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					City of Shawnee, Kansas Mission Statement

Adopted by City Council June 14, 1993

Who Are We?

As elected representatives of the citizens of Shawnee, Kansas, we are responsible for both
providing general direction and setting policy to help guide the city into the future. We are
responsible to our constituents for the decisions we make today and how those decisions will
impact us tomorrow. We genuinely want to contribute to improving our community. Therefore, we
will strive to learn all we can about this city - its history, its operations, and its financing - to allow
us to do our jobs the best we can. We want to be known as a governing body which is proactive,
focusing on ways to prevent problems, rather than being reactive, trying to solve problems as
they occur.

We believe it is important for citizens to "buy in" to city government, therefore, we want to involve
both long time residents and those who have just recently moved to our community in the process
of governing and improving the city's quality of life.

Although we may not always agree on every issue, we will work towards finding a solution which
will benefit the majority of those we are elected to represent. Recognizing that consideration of
different points of view is not only healthy, but vital to our decision making, we will strive to not let
honest differences of opinion degenerate into personality conflicts.

We are enthusiastic about the opportunity and the privilege of serving the citizens of Shawnee.
Individually, each of us are leaders, but we are also members of a team which must work
together if we wish to accomplish good things for this community.

What Basic Social Needs must we meet or what Basic Social Problems must we Address?

Our constituents expect the City to fulfill certain basic social needs, including:
       Health, welfare and quality of life for all citizens
       Police and Fire protection
       Park and Recreational opportunities
       Protection of our community's historic assets
       Assisting the business community

How will We Recognize, Anticipate, and Respond to these Needs or Problems?
We will solicit input from citizens, business owners, and community leaders whenever possible
and weigh all concerns and information carefully before choosing a course of action.

We will strive to govern proactively by attempting to develop our city's financial base so that
needed resources will be available in the future. We must weigh the needs and desires of the
public against state and federal mandates which drain available resources. We must balance the
ever increasing costs of financing existing services and growing capital improvements needs with
the desire to make the city more livable. We will continue to search for revenue sources which will
allow us to meet these needs while keeping local taxes and other charges reasonable.

We will therefore seek to:

        Provide safe and decent housing in pleasant neighborhoods in all areas of the city.
        Encourage a variety of high quality housing located throughout the community.
        Provide efficient and effective delivery of public services including public safety and storm
        drainage.
        Maintain city infrastructure at the highest level possible given limited resources.
        Encourage a transportation network promoting efficient, rapid and safe movement though
        the community.




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        Provide an attractive environment for all residents, enhancing the physical appearance of
        the community.
        Provide abundant open space, parks and recreational facilities in pleasant, safe, and
        healthy surroundings accessible to all residents, while preserving our natural landscape.
        Identify and preserve appropriate areas for future parks and open space.
        Provide diversity in recreational programs to meet the needs and desires of persons of all
        ages, income levels, and physical abilities.
        Work with the school districts to develop long-range plans for school locations.
        Increase the proportion of local income spent locally.
        Provide for a vital and stable downtown Shawnee, developing a downtown which is a
        center of commerce and activity as well as a source of pride for all citizens.
        Encourage good quality development and ensure timely and orderly growth in the city.
        Support efforts to attract clean industries into appropriately designated areas to broaden
        the economic base of the city.

        Encourage adequate sewer and water for commercial and industrial development.
        Promote the city as having a high quality of life.

How should we respond to our key Constituents?

City government is strengthened when citizens feel they have a strong voice in our decisions. We
need to work together with our constituents whenever possible to find answers we can all live with
since ultimately our decisions will affect everyone. We shall seek their suggestions on how to
improve services and work together to solve problems and improve the community. We will try to
be open-minded and listen carefully in order to more closely align city services with the needs
and desires of our citizens. We recognize that our decisions will not always please everyone but
we will strive to treat similar situations similarly, and avoid favoritism. We will strive to keep our
constituents informed and encourage citizen participation on citizen advisory boards or
appointments to boards and commissions. We will both expect and respect citizen complaints,
and consider this a healthy means for the city to gauge the job we are doing.

What is our Philosophy and What are our Core Values?

We are residents of Shawnee by choice. We are proud of our city and those who work to make it
better. We believe that positive growth for the city is good. We will work towards building
enthusiasm and excitement for the future. We want to make decisions which will endure the test
of time. Therefore, we will try not to rush our decisions, avoiding crisis management whenever
possible. We will strive for excellence, professionalism and pride in everything we do.

We support the principle of voluntary cooperation among all levels of government on a county
and regional basis as well as in conjunction with other local governmental units to best serve the
interests of the public and make the best use of our resources.

We believe the governing of public affairs should be as close to the people as possible and that
home rule is essential to vigorous, effective, and responsible local government. We will attempt to
find appropriate solutions to problems based upon the greatest need of the community and not
our own personal interests or gain. We believe our actions should be reliable and consistent.
Fairness, fiscal responsibility and accountability will always be important while good basic
services will always be a necessity. We will strive for a record of honesty and approachability. We
will try not to be swayed by the strong demands of special interest groups but instead will
consider the long-range public interest of the community as a whole.

We are not afraid of challenges. We have been asked to serve and we are ready to make those
tough decisions which won't always be understood by the public. We will not always be content
just to follow the routine of our predecessors. We will review new ideas, seek better ways of doing




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things, and encourage imaginative and innovative solutions or alternative courses of action, so
that we may leave the city a better place than it was when we took office.

We strongly believe our community is a good place to live, raise children and to retire. We are
committed to the idea of telling others about the high quality of life residents enjoy in our
community.

What makes us distinctive or unique?

As one of the earliest towns in Kansas, this community has a history which is very important to
us. We were the site of the first territorial legislature and home to the first territorial governor.
Located at the intersection of early roads leading to the Santa Fe Trail, Shawnee also became
the first county seat of Johnson County. Old Shawnee Town, a recreated mid-western prairie
town of the 1840's to early 1900's, symbolizes this history and allows both residents and non-
residents a chance to step back in time and imagine how things used to be. Shawnee is home to
the Johnson County Museum, the Wonderscope Children's Museum and the Shawnee branch of
the Johnson County Library. Two major softball complexes are located here - the Johnson
County Girls Athletic Association Complex and Mid-America Sports Complex. Each hosts
numerous local, regional and national games and tournaments, resulting in Shawnee's
designation as "Softball Capital of the World."

Shawnee is also a rapidly growing and changing residential community with a population in
excess of 40,000 and a diversity of lifestyles: older established neighborhoods, newer
subdivisions, lakeside homes, condominiums, townhomes, and senior citizen developments.
People come to Shawnee because of the character of the residential areas and our school
systems. We are part of the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area, offering all the benefits of
suburban life. We have an excellent parks system. In addition to the numerous neighborhood
parks throughout our community, Shawnee is home to Shawnee Mission Park and is part of the
Millcreek Streamway Parks system, operated by the Johnson County Parks and Recreation
Department.

Most of all, Shawnee is its people. We are both the families who have been here for several
generations as well as those who have moved here from other parts of this area or from other
states because they are attracted by those very virtues which we proudly claim. People move to
and live in Shawnee because of the high quality of life we have here.

Shawnee is many things, but above all, it is our home.




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                                       CITY OF SHAWNEE
                                             2011
                                        ANNUAL BUDGET
                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

MISSION STATEMENT                                           i

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                           iv
 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Budget Message                                               1
Governing Body                                               13
Governing Body and Department Heads                          14
GFOA Distinguished Budget Award Presentation                 15
Organizational Chart                                         16
Community Profile                                           .17
Land Use Guide                                               18
Budget at a Glance                                           19
Budget Process and Calendar                                  20
About Shawnee                                                22
History of the Community                                     25
Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines              26
Budgeted Personnel Position Summary                          29

BUDGET SUMMARY
Budget Summary                                              30
Major Revenue Sources and Forecasting Methodology           31
All Funds: Combined Budgets                                 34
Combined Fund Expenditures and Fund Balance                 35
All Funds: Revenue Detail                                   38
Combined Fund Expenditures by Character and Object          41
All Funds: Schedule of Transfers                            44
Revenue and Expenditures by Classification and Fund         45
Expenditures by Fund and Functional Unit                    47
Performance Measures                                        49
Programs                                                    51

GENERAL FUND
General Fund Summary                                        53
General Fund: Revenue Detail                                54
General Fund Expenditures by Character and Object           56
General Fund Expenditures by Department                     58
DEPARTMENTS
City Council                                                59
City Manager’s Office                                       62
Information Technology                                      78
Finance                                                     82
Planning                                                    89
Development Services                                        91
Public Works                                                97
Police Department                                           114
Fire Department                                             127
Culture and Recreation                                      137




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                                       CITY OF SHAWNEE
                                             2011
                                        ANNUAL BUDGET
                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Special Revenue Operating Budgets                         152
Public Safety Equipment Fund                              153
Special Narcotics Fund                                    154
Special Highway Fund                                      155
Special Park and Recreation Fund                          156
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund                                157
Park and Recreation Land Use Fund                         158
Convention and Tourism Fund                               159
Parks and Pipes Fund                                      160
Cemetery Fund                                             161
Stormwater Utility Fund                                   162
Public Safety Fund                                        165
Neighborhood Revitalization Fund                          166
Equipment Reserve Fund                                    167

DEBT
Debt Service Fund                                         168
Outstanding General Obligation Bonds                      171
Schedule of Requirements: General Obligation Bonds        173

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Capital Improvement Program                               187
CIP: Six Year Summary                                     188
2011 CIP Project Descriptions                             189

GLOSSARY
Glossary                                                  206

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Assessed Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxes                   212
Property Tax Mill Levy Calculations                       213
History of Tax Levies and Valuation Growth                214
Capital Outlay Detail                                     215
Notice of Budget Hearing                                  216
County Clerk’s Budget Information for 2011 Budget         217
Budget Certificate                                        218
2010 Tax Levy Rate                                        219




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                 C I T Y              O F           S H A W N E E
   CITY HALL           CIVIC CENTRE               FIRE               POLICE           MUNICIPAL COURT
11110 JOHNSON DRIVE   13817 JOHNSON DRIVE   6501 QUIVIRA ROAD    5850 RENNER ROAD      5860 RENNER ROAD
 SHAWNEE, KS 66203     SHAWNEE, KS 66216    SHAWNEE, KS 66216    SHAWNEE, KS 66217     SHAWNEE, KS 66217
   (913) 631-2500        (913) 631-5200       (913) 631-1080       (913) 631-2155        (913) 742-6003
 FAX (913) 631-7351    FAX (913) 631-4651   FAX (913) 631-1628   FAX (913) 631-6389    FAX (913) 962-0983

       The Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Shawnee, Kansas:

       The City of Shawnee Management Team is pleased to present the 2011 Budget
       as approved by the Governing Body on July 26, 2010. This document represents
       the culmination of many months of staff and Council discussion. The amounts
       and allocation of financial resources as shown in this document are based on
       carefully formulated assumptions, and the goals and priorities of the elected
       officials.

       This document is our operating budget. It establishes our plan for expenditures
       for each Division, Department and Fund. It also provides historical performance
       measurements, department highlights, and additional information. More
       importantly, this budget is a plan for the community and is a living document that
       will change to be responsive to community needs.

       We have also prepared and submitted the legally required balanced budget
       forms and certificate to Johnson County and the State of Kansas. These
       documents were prepared using the totals from the approved operating budget.
       The certificate legally establishes the City’s spending limits at the fund level and
       is the mechanism by which the City levies taxes. The certificate can be found in
       the Supplemental Information tab.

       Factors Influencing 2011 Budget Development

       Priorities and Values
       The 2011 budget process again emphasized the importance of taking a long term
       view of the economic downturn, and establishing a conservative budget that
       balances revenues and expenditures. The 2011 budget reaches the goal that we
       have been striving for to where our budgeted revenues exceed our budgeted
       operating expenditures. This budget not only reaches this goal but also brings
       back a street maintenance program and establishes a vehicle and equipment
       fund for non-public safety departments.


       Budget Challenges
       The 2011 budget process was again a challenge as revenues continued to be a
       concern. The City’s assessed value for 2009 to 2010 decreased by 2.96% and
       continued to drop with a 4.25% decrease in assessed value for 2011.

       Sales taxes are over 30% of the City’s revenue. An additional 4.2% decrease
       was budgeted for 2010R and growth is flat for 2011. Overall revenue projections




                         w w w . G o o d S t a r t s H e r e . o r g
for 2010, excluding any fee enhancements, were projected at 3% less than 2010
original budgeted revenues. It was clear that without additional revenue sources,
further long term reductions were necessary to reduce General Fund
expenditures by approximately $2,000,000 over the next three years.


Highlights of the 2011 Budget

   •   Retains the same mill levy based on valuation information provided by the
       Johnson County Appraiser’s Office on June 30.

   •   Directs all franchise revenue to the General Fund.

   •   Continues with the plan of moving $700,000 of expenses for stormwater
       system maintenance to the Stormwater Fund from General Fund but only
       transferring $450,000 of revenue to cover those expenditures.

   •   Transfers $1,660,000 of Special Highway Gas Tax from Special Highway
       Fund to Debt Service Fund.

   •   Allocates $40,000 for special economic development projects with
       additional funding needs to be addressed during the 2011 Revised and
       2012 Budget discussions.

   •   Includes $1,417,100 for Street Maintenance.

   •   Establishes an Equipment Reserve Fund based on a comprehensive
       equipment inventory and replacement schedule, and includes a $200,000
       transfer from the General Fund to the new fund.




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$686,647,521 for the 2011 Budget a reduction of 4.25%. This represents an
estimated decrease in property taxes in the amount of $1,047,301 from 2010R.

The Johnson County Clerk sends out valuations to the City to use to compute our
budget estimate by July 1. We receive an updated valuation as of October 1.
This computation sets the mill levy to compute tax bills. The difference between
the two values are corrections to errors and adjustments to protested property
valuations. During our budget the City used the County estimated rate of 24.699,
which did not change from the previous year’s rate. As of October 2010 the new
rate is 24.717.

The estimated City property tax bill for a residential property, expressed as a
percentage of fair market value is 11.5 percent or $24.717 in property tax for
every $1,000 in fair market value. Johnson County appraises each property to
set the fair market value each year. The average appraised value of a home in
Shawnee went from $218,148 in 2009 to $214,676 in 2010. The annual City
property tax bill for a home with a market value of $214,676 is $610.21.

Sales Tax

The City has a sales tax rate of 1.25 percent. One percent of the sales taxes is
for general purposes and is deposited into the General Fund. The remaining
quarter percent is split into two special funds. The State of Kansas increased
their sales tax by 1% effective July 1, 2010. The make-up of the overall sales tax
is shown below:

            Tax                                       Percent 
            State of Kansas                           6.3% 
            Johnson County                            0.5% 
            County Law Enforcement                    0.25% 
            County Stormwater                         0.1% 
            Public Safety (formerly School District   0.25% 
            tax)
            Research Triangle (county-wide tax)       0.125% 
            City of Shawnee                           1% 
            Shawnee Parks and Pipes                   0.125% 
            Shawnee Public Safety                     0.125% 
            TOTAL                                     8.775% 

In addition to the City sales tax, the City also receives a share of the County-wide
sales tax. The City’s share of the County sales tax revenue is deposited into the
General Fund and is used for general operations.

In 2009, total sales tax was down 7.2% or $1.3 million from 2008 Actual. The
2010R sales tax revenue is estimated to decline an additional 4.2% ($755,118)
to $17,063,808 and then stabilize for the 2011 Budget. Sales tax revenues are
projected to remain flat in 2011.

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   nchise Fees
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Expenditures
Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

The City’s Capital Improvement Plan is a six year plan and includes projects or
equipment with a life of over one year and a value of over $150,000. The details
on the 2011 capital purchases are included in the CIP section of the Budget
Document. Highlights of the 2011 CIP include:

      The 2011-2016 CIP total is $28,658,000, which is a $59,371,000 reduction
      in project value from the 2010-2015 CIP.
      During this six year period, the City anticipates issuing $6,726,000 in
      future debt and $13,325,000 in cash to fund projects.
      The 2011 CIP leverages $3,064,000 of federal, state and county grants.
      The value of the new CIP projects that begin in 2011 is $5,884,000. These
      projects include:
          Shawnee Town 1929 -Phase II
          SMAC Drainage Project - Seven Hills - Bradshaw/Richards (Design
          Only)
          SMAC Drainage Project - 55th and Earnshaw
          Edgewood and Larsen Storm Drainage Phase I – Community
          Development Block Grant, Storm Water Utility
          Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program
          Street Maintenance Program/Johnson Drive Rehabilitation - Roberts to
          Woodland
          Street Maintenance Program

Budget Totals

The City’s total proposed budget for 2011 including the Reserved Fund Balance
is $76,959,382. This represents a decrease of $956,631 from the 2010 Revised
Budget. The fund balances meet the minimum reserve policies that can be found
in the Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines in the Executive
Summary section of the budget document. The operating budget, not including
Reserved Fund Balance for 2011, is $57,785,343, which reflects an increase of
$964,890 from the 2010 Revised Budget.




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FUND                               EXPENDITURE        FUND BALANCE      TOTAL
EXPENDITURES
General Fund                             36,666,800       15,044,939 $ 51,711,739
Public Safety Equipment Fund                646,742          399,970    1,046,712
Special Narcotics Fund                       19,560          126,689      146,249
Special Highway Fund                      2,647,600              -      2,647,600
Special Park & Recreation Fund              258,100          344,387      602,487
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund                  182,000          433,714      615,714
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund                 -             79,865       79,865
Convention & Tourism Fund                   293,500           61,055      354,555
Parks & Pipes                               963,509          197,586    1,161,095
Cemetery                                     30,000           44,848       74,848
Stormwater Utility Fund                   2,891,375          481,996    3,373,371
Public Safety Fund                        1,456,300        1,086,753    2,543,053
Neighborhood Revitalization                  65,000           35,382      100,382
Equipment Reserve Fund                      200,000              -        200,000
Debt Service Fund                        11,464,856          836,854   12,301,710
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                       57,785,343       19,174,039 $ 76,959,382

General Fund                             36,666,800       15,044,939 $ 51,711,739
Special Revenue Funds                     9,653,686        3,292,246   12,945,933
Debt Service Funds                       11,464,856          836,854   12,301,710
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                       57,785,343       19,174,039 $ 76,959,382

Personnel Services

Personnel services account for 46% percent of the 2011 Budget with a total of
$ 26,501,775 for salaries and employee benefits. This represents an increase of
2.7% over the Revised 2010 Budget. The adopted 2011 Budget does not include
any employee merit or market increases.

Major Capital Purchases

In addition to the CIP items discussed earlier, the City records any expenditure
for equipment of over $10,000 as a capital expenditure. The 2011 Budget
includes a few large capital purchases meeting this definition. A complete listing
is included in the Supplemental Information section of this document.

All Governmental Funds are budgeted.

Governmental Funds include the General, Debt Service and Special Revenue
Funds. The General Fund accounts for the majority of the general operations of
the City. The debt service fund accounts for the debt payments for prior and
future general obligation bonds issued by the City.

The 2011 Budget includes specific community enhancements that are paid for
from special revenue funds. These items are outlined in the following table.




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Special Revenue
                                        2011 Budget
     Fund
                      $160,000      Fire Apparatus Lease Payments
  Public Safety         35,000      Fire Equipment
   Equipment           244,142      Police Vehicle Replacement
  Replacement            7,600      Speed Enforcement Radar
                       200,000      Countywide Radio Lease
Special Narcotics        $19,560 Patrol Canine
                     $ 217,100 Curb, gutter and inlet repairs
 Special Highway       715,000 Pavement Repairs
                     1,660,000 Transfer to Debt Service Fund

                         $ 94,000   Shawnee Town Strategic Plan
 Special Park and          15,000   Shawnee Town Repairs
   Recreation              99,100   Debt Payment for Pioneer Crossing
                           50,000   Debt Payment for Stump Park

                                 City Portion of School Resource
                     $ 105,000
                                 Officer
                          25,000 Legal Assistant
 Special Alcohol
                           2,000 After Prom Allocations
                                 Allocation to Drug and Alcohol
                          50,000
                                 Prevention Agencies
   Parks and
 Recreation Land          No expenditures planned this year.
      Use
                                 Contract with Convention and
                     $ 143,900
                                 Visitors’ Bureau
                          20,000 Old Shawnee Days
 Convention and           10,000 Wonderscope
    Tourism
                                 Transfer to General Fund to
                         119,600
                                 support Shawnee Town
 Parks and Pipes
    Sales Tax        $    93,009 Clear Creek (Phase 2) Trail
Park Improvements
                     $ 769,000 55th& Earnshaw Storm Drainage
 Parks and Pipes
                               Bradshaw 77th to Seven Hills Storm
    Sales Tax           56,000
                               Drainage Design
   Stormwater
     Projects                  Richards 77th to Seven Hills Storm
                        45,500
                               Drainage Design
                    $   10,000 Service Charges
    Cemetery
                        20,000 Maintenance



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                            $ 956,275  Personal Services
                              631,000  Contractual Services
                              181,200  Commodities
 Stormwater Utility
                              903,800  Capital Outlay
                              217,100  Transfers
                                2,000  Refunds
   Public Safety                       Debt Service on Justice Center/Fire
                            $1,456,300
    Sales Tax                          Station 72
  Neighborhood                $ 40,000 Downtown Expenditures
  Revitalization              $ 25,000 Downtown Grants
Equipment Reserve                      Replacement of non-Public Safety
                             $ 200,000
      Fund                             Vehicles and Equipment
   Debt Service           $ 11,464,856 Payment on Debt
                          $ 25,385,300 Personal Services
                             7,275,300 Contractual Services
                             1,803,900 Commodities
     General
                               685,000 Capital Outlay
                             1,453,600 Transfers
                                33,500 Refunds



Health and Welfare

The 2011 Budget includes $65,000 for neighborhood programs that offer
services older neighborhoods in the eastern portion of the City and the
Downtown Area. CityRide, a transportation program targeting seniors, was
funded at $38,500. $50,000 is allocated for Drug and Alcohol treatment
programs.

The City has also allocated $92,200 to support local human service agencies
including $22,500 to Shawnee Community Services, $2,500 to Special Olympics
and $5,000 for Rebuilding Together Shawnee.

Funding is also provided for some County-wide services along with other
Johnson County cities including $18,860 to the Human Services Fund
administered by United Community Services. The City also provides funding for
programs operated by Johnson County, including $10,000 for the Utility
Assistance Program and $19,300 in matching funds for the HOME Program that
assists qualified residents in bringing their homes up to current local housing
code standards.

Reserves

The 2011 Budget includes a $750,000 transfer from the General Fund to Special
Highway for mill and overlay, of which $518,687 is from the Fund Balance. Even
with the transfer, the proposed budget shows a General Fund, Fund Balance at

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the end of 2011 of $15 million or 42% of revenue, which is well above the City’s
philosophy of retaining 30 to 35% reserves.

Healthy fund balances are needed to mitigate any unforeseen emergency. The
Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines followed to maintain the various
fund balances are found later in this Executive Summary portion of the budget
document. The following reserves are budgeted in the operating and reserve
funds:


                                                        FUND
                  FUND
                                                   BALANCE
                  General                         $15,044,939
                  Public Safety Equipment             399,970
                  Special Narcotics                   126,689
                  Special Highway                           -
                  Special Park & Recreation           344,388
                  Special Alcohol Abuse               433,714
                  Park & Recreation Land Use           79,865
                  Convention & Tourism                 61,055
                  Parks & Pipes                       197,586
                  Cemetery                             44,848
                  Stormwater Utility                  481,996
                  Public Safety Fund                1,086,753
                  Neighborhood Revitalization          35,382
                  Equipment Reserve Fund                    -
                  Debt Service                        836,854
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES               19,174,039



Programs
In the 2009 budget process, a City-wide effort was undertaken to identify and
define the programs the City provides. Programs include activities with a
common purpose that lead to a common outcome for customers. Inventorying
the City’s programs, along with further developing the City Work Plan and
performance measurement system, are part of a strategic, long-term effort to
allocate resources in the most effective manner. In the year 2010 the City also
developed individual department work plans and included department programs.

In the 2011 budget process the program inventories were updated. These
inventories are summarized in the Budget Summary section of this budget
document. These program inventories and lists were important in the 2011
budget process in an effort to prioritize reductions necessary in this difficult
economic time.




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                             MAYOR
                            Jeff Meyers
                           913/268-5133
                     jmeyers@cityofshawnee.org




Dan Pflumm                                 Jim Neighbor
913/631-6203                              913/268-9061
dpflumm@cityofshawnee.org                  jneighbor@cityofshawnee.org




Neal Sawyer                               David Morris
913/631-8853                              913/268-6792
nsawyer@cityofshawnee.org                 dmorris@cityofshawnee.org




Dawn Kuhn                                 Jeff Vaught
913/422-9428                              913/825-0840
dkuhn@cityofshawnee.org                   jvaught@cityofshawnee.org




Mickey Sandifer                           Michelle Distler
913/268-5348                              913/634-5883
msandifer@cityofshawnee.org   Page 13     mdistler@cityofshawnee.org
                    Governing Body
                      Jeff Meyers, Mayor

                         City Council

                     Dan Pflumm, Ward I
                    Jim Neighbor, Ward I

                     Neal Sawyer, Ward II
                     David Morris, Ward II

                     Dawn Kuhn, Ward III
                     Jeff Vaught, Ward III

              Michael (Mickey) Sandifer, Ward IV
                  Michelle Distler, Ward IV

                Carol Gonzales, City Manager

                   Department Heads
          Vicki Charlesworth, Assistant City Manager
            Ron Freyermuth, Public Works Director
Doug Wesselschmidt, Development Services Director/City Engineer
                Paul Chaffee, Planning Director
                Bryan Kidney, Finance Director
                   Jim Morgan, Police Chief
                    Jeff Hudson, Fire Chief
           Neil Holman, Parks & Recreation Director
        Jerry Doherty, Information Technology Director

                  Appointed Officials
                  Marvin Rainey, City Attorney
                  Tim Turner, Municipal Judge
                   Karen Torline, Prosecutor




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                                                                                       Citizens



                                                                                  Governing Body



                                                                                    City Manager


                                                                                                       City Attorney

                                                                Administrative Assistant


                                                                                                     Judge/Prosecutor


Assistant City Manager



                                                           Development            Public Works                                                  Parks & Rec.
  Human Resources        Finance Director   IT Director                                                       Fire Chief      Police Chief                       Planning Director
                                                          Services Director         Director                                                      Director



                                            Information                                                                                                           Neighborhood
  Licensing/Records      Municipal Court                   Development               Codes                 Fire Prevention   Administration   Park Maintenance
                                              Systems                                                                                                               Planning



                                            Geographic                                                                                                            Development
   Communications                           Information     Engineering        Street Maintenance            Operations          Patrol            Pools
                                                                                                                                                                    Review
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                                                            Stormwater          Stormwater Utility          Administration   Investigations     Civic Centre     Sign Regulations




                                                                                     Traffic                                 Staff Services      Recreation




                                                                                                                                               Shawnee Town




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The LAND USE GUIDE is not a ZONING MAP;                                                                                                              Commercial                                                Mixed Use/Destination                                 Rural Residential
rather it is the graphic representation of the
land use goals and policies of the City as                                                                                                           High Density Residential                                  Office/Commercial                                     Warehouse/Industrial
identified in the text of the Comprehensive Plan
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2011 Budget at a Glance
 

General Facts
    Final Mill Levy                                                           24.717
    Final Valuation                                                     $686,647,521
    Property Tax Levy (less 3.1% estimated delinquency)                  $16,971,722
    Total All Fund Revenues                                              $55,863,821
    General Fund Reserve as a Percent of Revenue                                42%
    General Fund Reserve                                                 $15,044,939
    Total All Fund Expenditures                                          $57,785,343
    Projected Ending Fund Balance                                        $19,174,040
    Total Published Budget (Including Fund Balance)                      $76,959,382
    Maximum Full-Time Appointed Employees in 2011 Budget                       272.5
    Maximum Part-Time Appointed Employees in 2011 Budget                          40

                                  2011 Budgeted Expenditures

            General Fund                                       $36,666,800
            Public Safety Equipment Fund                           646,742
            Special Narcotics Fund                                  19,560
            Special Highway Fund                                 6,647,600
            Special Park & Rec. Fund                               258,100
            Special Alcohol Abuse Fund                             182,000
            Park & Rec. Land Use Fund                                    -
            Convention & Tourism Fund                              293,500
            Parks & Pipes                                          963,509
            Cemetery                                                30,000
            Stormwater Utility Fund                              2,891,375
            Public Safety Fund                                   1,456,300
            Neighborhood Revitalization                             65,000
            Equipment Reserve Fund                                 200,000
            Debt Service Fund                                   11,464,856
            Total Expenditures                                 $57,785,343


                                    2011 Budgeted Revenues
            Taxes                                              $45,339,641
            Intergovernmental                                    1,661,200
            Licenses and Permits                                   776,200
            Service Charges                                      2,052,080
            Fines                                                1,592,200
            Use of Money and Property                                5,000
            Miscellaneous                                        4,065,400
            Total Revenue                                      $55,563,821
 



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2011 Budget Process and Calendar
The City budget is one of the most important policy documents adopted by the
City Council each year. As a result, planning for the annual budget begins nearly
a year before the budget’s fiscal year begins. The Finance Department
coordinates the annual budget process in close consultation with the City
Manager.

A budget kick-off meeting is held in March with department directors to initiate
the annual budget process. The kick-off is an opportunity to review the upcoming
budget process, financial outlook, and share information. In the following month,
departments develop base budgets and decision packages.

Once submitted, the requests are evaluated by the Finance Director, City
Manager, and Assistant City Manager. The impact of the requests on the
financial forecast is analyzed. Meetings are held with each department director
and staff members to discuss alternatives and potential budget
recommendations.

The proposed budget is presented to the City Council over a series of meetings
in May and June. Council provides direction and input to finalize the budget. A
formal public hearing is conducted, in compliance with Kansas state statutes,
prior to adopting the budget to allow citizens to express any comments or
concerns. Adoption of the budget is required on or before August 25 of each
year. The budget the City Council adopts goes into effect on January 1 of the
next fiscal year.




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2011 Budget Process and Calendar
   March 2011    • Budget Kick Off

    April 2011   • Departments Develop Budgets
                      o Base budget requests
                      o Review salary projections
                      o Equipment and program decision packages
    May 2011     • Council Finance and Administration Committee Meeting
                      o Present overview of current financial position
                      o Review financial forecast assumptions

                 • Staff Budget Review
                       o City Manager, Assistant City Manager, and Finance
                          Director evaluate requests and impact on financial
                          forecast
                       o Meetings with Department Directors to refine budget
                          recommendations

                 • Council Public Works and Safety Committee Meeting
                      o Department Presentations
                                   Information Technology
                                   Finance
                                   City Manager’s Office
                                   City Council
                                   Parks and Recreation
                                   Planning
                                   Development Services


    June 2011    • Council Finance and Administration Committee Meeting
                      o Department Presentations:
                                  Fire
                                  Police
                                  Public Works
                                  Convention and Visitor’s Bureau
                                  Economic Development

                 • Council Public Works and Safety Committee Meeting
                       o Long Term Plan Presentations:
                                    Special Funds
                                    Debt Service Funds
                                    Long Term Plans
    July 2011    • Council Establishes Budget Limit
                 • Notice of Public Hearing Published
                 • Public Hearing Held
                 • Council Adopts Budget
   August 2011   • Budget Submitted to County




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About Shawnee
Profile of the Government
One of the State’s earliest towns, Shawnee was also the site of the first territorial legislature, and
home to the first territorial governor. Located at the intersection of early military and territorial
roads leading to the Santa Fe Trail, Shawnee also became the first county seat of Johnson
County. In 1856, when Kansas City was barely seven years old, Gum Spring became
Shawneetown and was incorporated in 1922. The City became a City of the First Class in 1971.

Shawnee is a river city located in northwestern Johnson County adjacent to I-35 and I-435. The
area of the City is 42.25 square miles. The City has a mayor-council-manager form of
government, with the Mayor being elected at large and Council members being elected by ward.
The Mayor and Council members serve four-year overlapping terms of office.

The city provides a full range of services, including police and fire protection, emergency
preparedness, emergency medical response, street and storm drainage maintenance,
comprehensive recreation and cultural events, planning and zoning management, codes
administration and general administrative services.

Economic Condition and Outlook
Shawnee is a suburban community located in Johnson County, Kansas, approximately 9 miles
southwest of downtown Kansas City. Shawnee contains 42 square miles in a strategic location
within the metropolitan area. Its location along several major transportation routes, and ease in
access to the entire metro area has been a major factor in the City’s growth and development.
The City is a desirable residential community with a rapidly expanding commercial and office
sector.

Shawnee experienced rapid growth and development during the latter half of the 1990’s and early
2000’s, particularly in terms of commercial space. Since 1995, the number of new businesses
that have located in Shawnee increased 78% from 1,376 to 2,497. Significant projects include
Bayer Animal Health Care Manufacturing Facility, Westar Energy’s Johnson County Service
Center, Ford Parts Distribution Center, Perceptive Software Worldwide Headquarters and Kraft
Tool expansion.

Shawnee has seen a slowdown in development due to economic conditions. However, smaller
projects continue to be constructed and development interest began to increase in the summer of
2009. Projects in 2009 and 2010 include Widmer Shops Retail Center, Woodosnia West
Shopping Center, First Financial Bank, York Office Condo's, and SKC Communications
expansion.

The total labor force and number of persons employed in the City of Shawnee has seen a
proportionate increase as the number of businesses expanded and the population continued to
grow. There is now an estimated 32,266 people working in the City. Shawnee’s rate of growth in
both the total labor force and total employment has increased at a much faster rate during the last
decade. This trend has established Shawnee as a leader in residential and commercial
development in the western portion of the Kansas City Metropolitan area.

Today, with a population of over 60,000, Shawnee is one of the fastest growing cities in the State
of Kansas. Shawnee has population of 61,110 in 2010, and is projected to be 70,400 in 2020.
The City’s total assessed valuation for the 2011 budget dropped to $687,647,521 from
$717,093,636 the prior year. This is the third year of decreasing valuation and we anticipate that
this drop will stabilize over the next several years.




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About Shawnee


Educational Facilities
Three public school districts provide educational services to City residents. Unified School
District 232 (De Soto) has six grade schools, one middle school, and one high school located in
the City. Unified School District 232 had a total 2009/10 enrollment of 6,407 students in grades
preK-12. Unified School District 512 (Shawnee Mission), with six grade schools, one middle
school, and one high school located in the City, has a total K-12 enrollment of 27,342 students for
the 2010/11 school year. A small portion of Unified School District 233 (Olathe) is also located in
the City. In addition, there are five private schools in the City.

Post-secondary education is available through a variety of sources. These range from the
undergraduate and vocational occupational training at Johnson County Community College, rated
as one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation, the post-graduate degrees available at the
Kansas Regents Center in Johnson County, and undergraduate and graduate programs available
at the University of Kansas. In total, there are six community colleges, nine liberal arts colleges,
six technical and medical schools and two universities in the Kansas City region.

Health Care Facilities
There are three hospitals located just outside the City’s limits: Shawnee Mission Medical Center,
Overland Park Regional Medical Center, and Providence Medical Center.

Utilities
The City’s utilities are supplied by independent entities that are not municipally controlled. Water
District #1 of Johnson County serves the City’s water needs. The Johnson County Unified
Wastewater District provides sanitary sewer service for City residents. Electricity is provided by
Kansas City Power and Light Company and the Kansas Power and Light Company, while KPL
Gas Service and Atmos Gas Company both supply natural gas services to the City.


Transportation
The City is accessible by four Interstate highways. I-435 runs north-south through the center of
the City and connects directly to I-35, which runs along the City’s eastern border and I-70, directly
north of the City. I-435 provides City residents with direct access to I-29 and the Kansas City
International Airport. Shawnee Mission Parkway runs east and west through the center of the
City and Highway K-7 runs north and south two miles east of the City’s western border.

Rail service is provided by the Santa Fe Railway and the Burlington Northern. The Kansas City
International Airport is approximately 30 minutes from the City. Also the Kansas City Downtown,
Johnson County New Century and Johnson County Executive Airports are all within 15 miles of
the City.


Tax Base
Taxpayer                          Business/Product                           2009 Assessed Value
Deffenbaugh Industries            Waste management services                        $9,050,394
The Shawnee Station, L.L.C.       Shopping center                                  $6,375,254
HSM/WDC Westbrooke, LLC           Westbrook/Shawnee Village                        $5,338,253
Kansas City Power & Light Co.     Utility                                          $4,912,622
Westar Energy                     Utility                                          $4,665,440



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About Shawnee
Fed Ex                           Ground Package system                           $3,923,772
Southwestern Bell Telephone      Utility                                         $3,463,298
Bayer Corporation                Manufacturing of animal health                  $3,361,298
                                 products
Wal-Mart                         Retail                                          $3,269,203
Kansas Gas Services              Utility                                         $3,254,731

Total                                                                        $47,614,265*
* Represents 5.9% of the City's 2009 equalized assessed tangible valuation. 



Employment
The City is primarily residential in character with many of its residents commuting to jobs within
other areas of the Kansas City metropolitan area. Larger employers in the City are listed below.

Employer                                 Product/Service                # of Employees
USD No. 512 (Shawnee-Mission)            Public education                       4,080 *
Deffenbaugh Industries                   Waste management services              1,040
USD No. 232 (DeSoto)                     Public education                       950
FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.        Parcel distribution center             950
Bayer Corporation                        Animal health products Mfg             583
Perceptive Software, Inc.                Manufacturing, software development 551
Wal-Mart Supercenter Retail,             Department store                       450
City of Shawnee                          Government                             289
Hy-Vee Food & Drug Store                 Supermarket                            230
McLane Food Service Distribution,        Food Products                          200
Target Super Store Retail,               Department Store                       196
Harte-Hanks                              Direct marketing services              187
SKC Communications Products, Inc.        Distribution, Telephone and Conf Units 183
NazDar Industries Manufacturing,         Ink Products                           150
Lowe’s Home Center                       Home improvement store                 140
Shawnee Mission Ford Retail,             Car dealership                         125
Kohl's Retail,                           Department store                       120
Simmons Company Manufacturing,           Bed mattresses                         110
Home Depot Retail,                       Home improvement store                 107

* Represents district-wide employment.




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History of the Community
Shawnee is named for the Shawnee Indians that were relocated here in the late 1820s. The
westward push of white settlement had weakened and geographically divided the Shawnees by
1825 when the first of three treaties forced them to relocate to Kansas. Here they found an
abundance of timber and free-flowing springs. Because the Shawnee wisely lined the springs with
gum tree logs to keep them free of contaminating silt, the settlement was called Gum Springs.

In an 1825 treaty with the Indians, the U.S. government gave the Shawnee Indians 1,600,000
acres of land in eastern Kansas, including all of Johnson County, in exchange for their lands in
Missouri. By 1854, a new treaty was negotiated, with the Indians selling back to the United States
all of the land with the exception of 200,000 acres reserved for their homes, amounting to 200
acres for each member of the tribe. In 1854 the Kansas Territory was opened for settlement. The
newly repossessed territory was sold by the government to the incoming home-seekers.
Shawneetown (later shortened to Shawnee) was platted soon after in 1856.

One of the State's earliest towns, Shawnee was also the site of the first territorial legislature, and
home to the first territorial governor. Located at the intersection of early military and territorial
roads leading to the Santa Fe Trail, Shawnee also became the first county seat of Johnson
County. In 1862, Shawnee found itself in the middle of Civil War border struggles. The town was
virtually destroyed, when it was burned and looted by southern guerillas led by William Quantrill
just months before his infamous raid on Lawrence. After the County offices moved to Olathe in
1866, Shawnee became a small farm market center. During the 1950's, the population began to
grow as people began moving away from congested urban areas to the smaller outlying towns.
People quickly discovered the merits of the City and the population has continued to grow ever
since, more than tripling in the last three decades.




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Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines
Sound financial, budgetary and economic principles are part of creating a solid financial plan.

Shawnee’s budget incorporates the following long-term and short term-financial policies and
guidelines.

Revenues
       New ongoing operating costs will be funded with permanent, ongoing revenue sources;
        one-time operating costs are tied to one-time revenue sources to ensure fund balance
        integrity.
       Evaluation of rates, fees and charges for appropriate recovery rates based on the
        purpose of the fee or charge will occur annually.
       National and local economic indicators, such as population growth, personal income
        growth, inflation, business growth and unemployment will be evaluated regularly.

Reserve Policies
        The General Fund balance reserves shall be maintained at a level of at least 30 percent
         of the estimated revenues for the budget year.
        The Debt Service Fund balance reserves shall be maintained at a level of at least 50
         percent of the non-tax estimated revenues for the budget year.
        The Special Revenue Fund balance reserves will be maintained at a positive balance
         over the City’s ten-year financial forecast.
        Appropriation of a minimum contingency/reserve will be included in the budget to provide
         for emergencies and potential economic downturns.

Financial Forecast
       The City will create and maintain a ten year financial forecast for all City budgeted funds.
       Council will approve the revenue and expenditure forecasts at the beginning of each
        annual budget process.
       The annual budget and Capital Improvement Program must be in balance with the long-
        term financial forecast.

Capital Planning
       A Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), shall be developed for a six-year period to allow for
        appropriate planning.
       The CIP shall be reviewed each year by the City Council and City Planning Commission.
       Capital projects should support City Council goals and objectives and be consistent with
        the City of Shawnee’s Financial Forecast.
       Encourage and sustain economic development.
       Responds to and anticipate future growth in the City.
       Increase the efficiency and productivity of city operations.
       When possible, capital projects constructed in response to residential or commercial
        development should be financed through growth in the tax base or development fees.
       The impact of capital projects on the operating budget should always be an important
        Consideration when evaluating projects for inclusion in the CIP.
       The Capital Improvement Plan must satisfactorily address all legal and financial
        limitations and maintain the city’s favorable investment ratings.
       Major changes to the CIP should be reviewed and approved by the City Council.

Debt Management
       Long term debt shall not be issued to finance ongoing operations.


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Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines
     Short term borrowing or lease purchase contacts should be considered for financing
      major operating capital equipment when it is determined to be in the city’s best financial
      interest.
     The City shall comply with the legal debt margin established by statutes.
     The City shall hire competent bond counsel and financial advisors on a competitive
      method whenever feasible and cost beneficial. The financial advisor shall maintain
      complete independence for the underwriting process. The City prefers to acquire services
      from a certified public financial advisor.
     For all tax supported debt, "pay-as-you-go" funding should be considered before issuing
      debt.
     The City should market its debt issues on a competitive basis, unless specific
      predetermined criteria are met, specifically, test relating to unusual credit quality or
      security structure, issue size, or market access.
     If a negotiated sale is advised, the City will competitively select the underwriter(s) needed
      to accomplish the structuring, marketing, pricing, and sale of the bonds.
     The City will use "true interest costs" as the means to determine the best bid on its notes
      and bonds.
     The scheduled maturities of long-term obligations should not exceed the expected useful
      life of the capital project or asset(s) financed.
     The City will incur debt or enter into capital lease obligations only as proposed in the
      Capital Improvement Program or in the operating budget, except in the case of extreme
      financial emergency beyond the City's control or reasonable ability to forecast. The City
      will not incur debt to fund current operations.

Budget Control
     The City Council is responsible for adopting an annual budget for all funds for which the
      City is responsible.
     The City Manager is responsible for recommending a balanced budget to the Council for
      adoption.
     The City Manager is responsible for establishing the budget schedule; evaluation
      department requests; estimating revenues, expenses, and financial impacts for budget
      proposals; ensuring compliance with applicable state budget laws; providing the Council
      with the information necessary for it to make responsible decisions; and administering the
      policy and procedures.
     Estimated budgets for all departments, including contribution driven programs will be
      submitted by each department to ensure adequate appropriation each year.
     All departments are responsible for ensuring that expenditures do not exceed their
      approved budget.
     Transfer of budget amounts between departments requires City Manager approval.
     By state law, the budget must be balanced. This means that total resources equal
      expenditures with no carry forward balance into the next fiscal year. The exception is for
      the debt service fund which allows for a five percent cash fund carry forward. For state
      budgeting purposes, therefore, fund balances are shown as expended all within the
      budget year. This can be seen on the state budget certification shown in the
      supplemental section of the budget.
     The budget numbers shown within this budget document are the City’s operational
      budgets. The difference between the State legal budget expenditures and the operating
      expenditures shown within this document are the fund balances for each fund.




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Financial and Budgetary Policies and Guidelines
The City’s Budget is organized on the basis of funds, each of which is considered a separate
accounting and reporting entity. The operations of each fund are accounted for with a separate
set of self-balancing accounts that comprise its revenues and expenditures, or expenses where
appropriate. The types of funds include the Governmental Funds (General Fund, Special
Revenue Fund, Debt Service Fund, and Capital Project Funds).

The Capital Project Funds are not required to be budgeted because they are authorized on an
individual separate action by the Council.

The City budget is prepared on a modified accrual basis of accounting. The modified accrual
basis is a mixture of cash and accrual basis accounting. Under modified accrual accounting,
revenue is considered available when it is collectible during the current period, or if the actual
collection occurs after the end of the period but in time to pay current year-end liabilities.
Revenues must be both measurable and reasonably expected to be collected.

Expenditures are recorded on an accrual basis of accounting because they are measurable when
they are incurred and are generally recognized at that time. Exceptions to this rule include: (1)
accumulated unpaid vacation leave, sick leave, and other employee amounts which are
recognized when paid, and (2) principal and interest payments on general long-term debt which
are recognized when paid.

Only revenues and expenditures anticipated during the fiscal year are included in the budget.
Unexpended operating budget funds revert to fund balance at the close of a fiscal year unless the
City has entered into a contractual obligation and then the funds are considered encumbered and
a reserve for that encumbrance is then recorded. Unexpended capital reserve funds are carried
forward from year to year until projects are officially closed.




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City of Shawnee
Budgeted Personnel Position Summary
                                             Actual 2009                    BUDGET 2010                   BUDGET 2011            2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                 Position
                              Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal Full-Time Part-Time Seasonal             Change*
ELECTED:
City Council                        -                    9   -         -               9   -         -              9    -             -

APPOINTED:
City Manager's Office
   City Manager                          3          -        -              2     -            1          2     -                    (0.25)
   Legal                            -                    4   -         -               4   -              1          3   -            0.25
   City Clerk                            5               1   -              5          1   -              5          1   -             -
   Human Resources                       1               2   -              1          2   -              1          2   -             -
Total Administration                     9               7   -              8          7       1          9          6   -             -

Information Technology                  10          -        -             10     -        -             10     -        -             -

Finance
   Finance                            5             -        -           5        -        -              4     -        -           (1.00)
   Municipal Court                    6                  2   -           6             2   -              5         2    -           (1.00)
Total Finance                        11                  2   -          11             2   -              9         2    -           (2.00)

Planning                                 6          -            1          6     -        -              6     -        -             -

Development Services                 13             -            1         11          1                 11         2                  -

Public Works
   Administration                        2          -        -              3     -        -           3        -        -             -
   Street Maintenance                   20          -        -             14     -        -         16         -            2        4.00
   Traffic Services                      8          -        -              7     -        -           7        -        -             -
   Codes Administration                 10          -        -             10     -        -         9.5        -        -           (0.50)
   Stormwater                           14          -        -             14     -        -         13         -            1           0
Total Public Works                      54          -        -             48     -        -        48.5        -            3        3.75

Police
   Administration                     7             -        -           7        -        -           5        -        -           (2.00)
   Patrol                            69             -        -          66        -        -         65         -        -           (1.00)
   Support Services*                 14             -        -          13        -        -          37        -        -           24.00
   Staff Services                    21             -        -          21        -        -        -           -        -          (21.00)
Total Police                        111             -        -         107        -        -        107         -        -             -

Fire
   Administration                        2          -        -              2     -        -              2     -        -             -
   Operations                           54          -        -             51     -        -             52     -        -            1.00
   Prevention & Invest                   2          -        -              2     -        -              1     -        -           (1.00)
Total Fire                              58          -        -             55     -        -             55     -        -             -

Culture & Recreation
   Administration                        2          -        -              2     -        -              2     -        -             -
   Parks Maintenance                    11          -          3            8     -          3            8     -          4          0.25
   Aquatics*                             2          -        204            2     -        175            1          1   175         (0.50)
   Civic Centre                          2               9   -              2          8   -              2         11   -            1.50
   Recreation Programs                   1          -        -              1     -        -              1     -        -             -
   Shawnee Town                          4               7   -              4          8   -              3          9   -           (0.25)
Total Culture & Recreation              22              16   207           19         16   178           17         21   179          1.00

TOTAL APPOINTED                     294                 25   209       275            26   179     272.5         31      182               3

TOTAL EMPLOYEES                     294                 34   209       275            35   179     272.5         40      182               3

   * Reductions and additions are based on best estimates of 2080 FTE hours




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Budget Summ
B    t    mary
The                        a                           s            d
T accounts of the City are organized on the basis of funds and account gro                   f           nsidered a
                                                                                oups, each of which is con
separate acco
s                          y.
              ounting entity The operations of each fund are acc                with         te
                                                                    counted for w a separat set of self- -balancing
accounts that comprise its assets, liabilities, fund equ
a                                                                   s
                                                       uity, revenues and expend             rnmental reso
                                                                                ditures. Gover           ources are
allocated to and accounted for in individ
a                          d             dual funds ba              e                        are         nt
                                                       ased upon the purpose for which they a to be spen and the
means by whi spending activities are controlled.
m             ich

T following is the fund st
The                                   ained in the 20 budget fo the City of Shawnee:
                         tructure conta             011       or

General Fund - The Gene Fund is the principal fund of the C
G            d           eral        t          f                        ccounts for al financial tra
                                                            City, which ac            ll            ansactions
not          d                                  t           operating exp
n accounted for in other funds. The majority of the current o                                       e
                                                                         penditures of the City are financed
            nues received by the Gene Fund.
through reven           d           eral

Special Reve
S          enue Funds – These funds are us
                        s                     sed to accou for reven
                                                         unt                        d
                                                                      nues derived from speci    ific taxes,
governmental grants or oth revenue sources whic are design
g                        her       s          ch                      e             unctions or ac
                                                         ned to finance particular fu            ctivities of
the City.

Debt Service Fund – The Bond and Int
D           e                                      s           count for the p
                                      terest Fund is used to acc                                       nterest on
                                                                             payment of principal and in
            eneral obligat
the City’s ge                        w
                         tion bonds, which are re              he
                                                  ecorded in th general lo               bt
                                                                             ong-term deb group of accounts.
Revenues for this purpose include ad valorem prope taxes, sp
R                       e            v             erty        pecial assess            and            nt
                                                                            sment taxes a investmen interest
 ncome.
in

                                2011 Expendittures By Fund Type
                                                     ,343
                                      Total = $57,785,

                                       ice 
                              Debt Servi
                                 Fund
                                      856 
                              $11,464,8
                                 20%



                          Special 
                         venue Fund
                       Rev
                        $9,653,687 
                           17%
                                                                            Geeneral Fund
                                                                              36,666,800 
                                                                             $3
                                                                                63%




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Major Revenue Sources and Forecasting Methodology
Property Tax
The City’s number one single revenue source is property tax. Property tax revenue for all funds is projected to be
$16,477,400 in 2011. This is 29% of the total revenue. The basis of this tax is the assessed valuation of taxable
real and tangible personal property in the City. All property within the City is assessed at fair market value.
Property is classified into various classes and assessed at different percentages based on classification. The City
sets a tax levy based on the amount needed to fund the Ad Valorem Property tax required for the year.

The total 2010 City assessed value as certified by the County Clerk is $686,647,521. After adjusting for an
estimated three percent delinquency, the resulting mill levy rate is 24.717 mills. This means that the tax for every
$1,000 in assessed valuation is $24.72. A property with an assessed value of $23,000 would therefore pay
$568.49 in property tax.

The City's large tax base had grown over the last decade due to its favorable location and availability of land for
new development. The City is located within Johnson County and is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area,
which provides substantial employment opportunities for city residents. From 2001 to 2005, the city's tax base
averaged a robust 10.5% annual growth, driven primarily by residential development. However, the City has seen
three years of decreased valuation due to the overall downturn in the economy.

                                  Budget       Total Assessed
                                   Year             Value             % Change

                                    2011     686,647,521                   -4.25%

                                    2010     717,093,636                   -2.96%

                                    2009     738,942,161                   -0.10%

                                    2008     739,676,456                   4.93%

                                    2007     704,893,615                   6.86%

                                    2006     659,053,180                   8.56%

                                    2005     607,071,750                   9.34%

                                    2004     555,212,926                   8.84%

                                    2003     510,134,179                   7.94%

                                    2002     472,593,401                  10.42%

                                    2001     428,014,140                  15.94%

                                    2000     369,176,878                  15.96%

City Sales and Use Tax
The City’s second largest revenue source is local sales tax. Currently, the City levies 1.25% on all retail sales
within the City. This City projects the levy will produce $9,727,657. This is 17.4% of all revenue. The General
Fund is allocated one cent sales tax for general operations of the City for an estimated $7,782,100. The City
allocates 1/8 sales tax for Park and Storm water projects and is allocated to the Parks and Pipes Special
Revenue Fund. The remaining 1/8 cent sales tax is deposited into the Public Safety Special Revenue Fund. This
sales tax can only be used for Public Safety purposes. The special sales taxes are estimated to bring in $972,757
each.



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Major Revenue Sources and Forecasting Methodology
In addition to tax on retail sales, the City also receives a use tax based on the same sales tax rate for out of state
and certain other sales that do not occur within the City. The City anticipates receiving an additional $1,124,551
for all three funds.

In the past several years, the City has seen a remarkable growth in retail sales. However, 2008 through the
middle of 2010 the City has had a decrease in the rate of growth of sales tax. The City has projected 0% growth in
sales and use taxes for 2011.




County Sales and Use Tax
The City’s also receives a large share of the county-wide sales tax. The proceeds of the county-wide sales tax are
distributed by the State Department of Revenue based on formulas based on the proportions of the City’s
property tax rate and population.

This City has estimated receiving $6,211,600 for its share of County-wide sales and use tax. This represents 11%
of all revenue.



Motor Vehicle Tax

The City receives a tax on motor vehicles registered within the City. The basis of the tax is the levy of a county
average mill rate applied against the assessed valuation of the registered motor vehicles within the County. The
tax is payable in full annually at the time of vehicle registration. The City has historically received an increase of
approximate 2% in motor vehicle tax. In 2009, however, the City has projected a 0% increase and has budgeted
$1,976,500. This represents 4% of the total revenue.




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Major Revenue Sources and Forecasting Methodology
Franchise Fees
Currently the City levies a franchise tax of 5% of gross receipts for commercial accounts operating within the City
limits for electric, gas, phone and cable. During the 2010 budget process the City voted to institute a 2%
franchise tax on residential utilities. The 5% tax was phased in with 2% starting April of 2010 and the remaining
3% to begin January of 2011. The total estimate for franchise fees is $4,696,133 or 8% of total revenue.

Court
The City’s municipal Court charges fines and fees based on a combination of State law, municipal code, and
judge’s actions. The total collected from fines and fees in 2011 is estimated to be $1,592,200 or 3% of total
revenue.

State Gasoline Tax
The City receives a fuel tax that is derived from a state tax on motor vehicle fuel and special fuel sales. The tax is
apportioned to the County and cities based on statutory formulas. The City’s portion is determined on per capita
bases. The City estimates a small decrease in the tax. The City estimates receiving $1,660,000 which is 3% of
the total revenue of the City. The City is restricted to using this tax only for street improvements within the City.
The City deposits this money into a Special Highway fund.




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ALL FUNDS
COMBINED BUDGETS
                                    ACTUAL         BUDGET          BUDGET          BUDGET
CLASSIFICATION                       2009           2010            2010R           2011

FUND BALANCE BEGINNING            $ 22,245,779    $ 20,211,499    $ 24,074,711    $ 21,095,560

REVENUE
Taxes                              44,584,097       45,238,170      44,084,152      45,339,641
Intergovernmental                   1,649,430        1,738,420       1,646,110       1,661,200
Licenses & Permits                    756,044          826,800         882,200         776,200
Service Charges                     1,880,762        2,250,900       1,829,730       2,052,080
Fines                               1,659,116        1,669,000       1,592,200       1,592,200
Interest Income                       286,779          419,800         368,800         372,100
Sale of Property                        2,762           50,000           5,000           5,000
Miscellaneous                       3,058,139        3,389,520       3,433,110       4,065,400
TOTAL REVENUE                      53,877,128       55,582,610      53,841,302      55,863,821

EXPENDITURES
General Fund                       33,443,766       36,532,246      35,441,175      36,666,800
Public Safety Equipment Fund          505,169          705,210         672,987         646,742
Special Narcotics Fund                    -             25,000           7,500          19,560
Special Highway Fund                2,215,867        1,983,872       2,103,848       2,647,600
Special Park & Recreation Fund        274,760          600,300       1,108,377         258,100
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund            125,451          152,000         173,750         182,000
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund       308,332              -               -               -
Convention & Tourism Fund             291,056          331,200         283,200         293,500
Parks & Pipes                       1,025,511        1,287,000       1,925,773         963,509
Cemetery                               73,423           30,000          30,000          30,000
Stormwater Utility Fund             1,606,868        2,192,900       2,934,721       2,891,375
Public Safety Fund                  1,337,263        1,439,000       1,439,000       1,456,300
Neighborhood Revitalization            29,056           70,000          60,000          65,000
Equipment Reserve Fund                    -                -               -           200,000
Debt Service Fund                  10,811,674       10,925,765      10,640,122      11,464,856
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                 52,048,196       56,274,492      56,820,453      57,785,343

REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES            1,828,932        (691,882)     (2,979,151)     (1,921,521)

FUND BALANCE ENDING               $ 24,074,711    $ 19,519,616    $ 21,095,560    $ 19,174,039

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND FUND BALANCE                                               $ 76,959,382




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ALL FUNDS
COMBINED BUDGETS

                                  ACTUAL          BUDGET         BUDGET             BUDGET
                                    2009            2010          2010R               2011

FUND BALANCE BEGINNING
General Fund                      $ 14,420,021    $ 14,393,368   $ 16,115,823       15,593,926
Public Safety Equipment Fund           778,847         840,647        837,498          620,712
Special Narcotics Fund                 110,716         110,716        128,749          133,449
Special Highway Fund                   439,763          29,352        143,238           20,300
Special Park & Recreation Fund         676,212         277,100        774,664          257,487
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund             159,945         275,245        295,564          366,014
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund        296,175          49,675         17,465           48,265
Convention & Tourism Fund               76,006          60,505         71,055           71,055
Parks & Pipes                          816,374         872,117        911,452           75,487
Cemetery                                39,125           1,896         24,448           34,548
Stormwater Utility Fund              1,918,068         738,167      2,008,292        1,219,571
Public Safety Fund                   1,983,372       1,424,672      1,780,853        1,443,253
Neighborhood Revitalization             47,097          16,517         58,982           42,182
Equipment Reserve Fund                     -               -              -                -
Debt Service Fund                      484,059       1,121,521        906,628        1,169,310
TOTAL FUND BALANCE BEGINNING      $ 22,245,780    $ 20,211,498   $ 24,074,712   $   21,095,561

REVENUE
General Fund                       35,139,567       36,423,047     34,919,279       36,117,813
Public Safety Equipment Fund          563,820          444,500        456,201          426,000
Special Narcotics Fund                 18,033           20,500         12,200           12,800
Special Highway Fund                1,919,342        1,954,520      1,980,910        2,627,300
Special Park & Recreation Fund        373,212          344,000        591,200          345,000
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund            261,070          246,700        244,200          249,700
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund        29,622           41,400         30,800           31,600
Convention & Tourism Fund             286,106          332,300        283,200          283,500
Parks & Pipes                       1,120,589        1,173,500      1,089,808        1,085,608
Cemetery                               58,746           30,000         40,100           40,300
Stormwater Utility Fund             1,697,093        2,347,600      2,146,000        2,153,800
Public Safety Fund                  1,134,744        1,179,100      1,101,400        1,099,800
Neighborhood Revitalization            40,941           73,200         43,200           58,200
Equipment Reserve Fund                    -                -              -            200,000
Debt Service Fund                  11,234,243       10,972,243     10,902,804       11,132,400
TOTAL REVENUE                      53,877,128       55,582,610     53,841,302       55,863,821




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ALL FUNDS
COMBINED BUDGETS

                                  ACTUAL          BUDGET          BUDGET              BUDGET
                                    2009            2010           2010R                2011
EXPENDITURES
General Fund                      $ 33,443,766    $ 36,532,246    $ 35,441,175        36,666,800
Public Safety Equipment Fund           505,169         705,210         672,987           646,742
Special Narcotics Fund                     -            25,000           7,500            19,560
Special Highway Fund                 2,215,867       1,983,872       2,103,848         2,647,600
Special Park & Recreation Fund         274,760         600,300       1,108,377           258,100
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund             125,451         152,000         173,750           182,000
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund        308,332             -               -                 -
Convention & Tourism Fund              291,056         331,200         283,200           293,500
Parks & Pipes                        1,025,511       1,287,000       1,925,773           963,509
Cemetery                                73,423          30,000          30,000            30,000
Stormwater Utility Fund              1,606,868       2,192,900       2,934,721         2,891,375
Public Safety Fund                   1,337,263       1,439,000       1,439,000         1,456,300
Neighborhood Revitalization             29,056          70,000          60,000            65,000
Equipment Reserve Fund                     -               -               -             200,000
Debt Service Fund                   10,811,674      10,925,765      10,640,122        11,464,856
   TOTAL EXPENDITURES               52,048,196      56,274,492      56,820,453        57,785,343

REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES            1,828,932        (691,882)     (2,979,151)        (1,921,521)

FUND BALANCE ENDING
General Fund                        16,115,823      14,284,169      15,593,926        15,044,939
Public Safety Equipment Fund           837,498         579,937         620,712           399,970
Special Narcotics Fund                 128,749         106,216         133,449           126,689
Special Highway Fund                   143,238             -            20,300               -
Special Park & Recreation Fund         774,664          20,800         257,487           344,387
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund             295,564         369,945         366,014           433,714
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund         17,465          91,075          48,265            79,865
Convention & Tourism Fund               71,055          61,605          71,055            61,055
Parks & Pipes                          911,452         758,617          75,487           197,586
Cemetery                                24,448           1,896          34,548            44,848
Stormwater Utility Fund              2,008,292         892,867       1,219,571           481,996
Public Safety Fund                   1,780,853       1,164,772       1,443,253         1,086,753
Neighborhood Revitalization             58,982          19,717          42,182            35,382
Equipment Reserve Fund                     -               -               -                 -
Debt Service Fund                      906,628       1,168,000       1,169,310           836,854
TOTAL FUND BALANCE ENDING         $ 24,074,712    $ 19,519,616    $ 21,095,561    $   19,174,039




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ALL FUNDS
COMBINED BUDGETS

                                  ACTUAL          BUDGET         BUDGET             BUDGET
                                    2009            2010          2010R               2011

EXPENDITURES AND FUND
BALANCE
General Fund                      $ 49,559,588    $ 50,816,415   $ 51,035,102       51,711,739
Public Safety Equipment Fund         1,342,667       1,285,147      1,293,699        1,046,712
Special Narcotics Fund                 128,749         131,216        140,949          146,249
Special Highway Fund                 2,359,105       1,983,872      2,124,148        2,647,600
Special Park & Recreation Fund       1,049,424         621,100      1,365,864          602,487
Special Alcohol Abuse Fund             421,015         521,945        539,764          615,714
Park & Recreation Land Use Fund        325,797          91,075         48,265           79,865
Convention & Tourism Fund              362,112         392,805        354,255          354,555
Parks & Pipes                        1,936,963       2,045,617      2,001,260        1,161,095
Cemetery                                97,871          31,896         64,548           74,848
Stormwater Utility Fund              3,615,161       3,085,767      4,154,292        3,373,371
Public Safety Fund                   3,118,116       2,603,772      2,882,253        2,543,053
Neighborhood Revitalization             88,038          89,717        102,182          100,382
Equipment Reserve Fund                     -               -              -            200,000
Debt Service Fund                   11,718,302      12,093,764     11,809,432       12,301,710
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND FUND
BALANCE                           $ 76,122,908    $ 75,794,108   $ 77,916,014   $   76,959,382




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All Funds
Revenue Detail

 Acct.                                     ACTUAL        BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
  No.              Classification           2009          2010           2010R          2011
         TAXES
 43011   Property                        $ 18,267,748   $ 17,191,623   $ 17,524,701   $ 16,477,400
 43012   Motor Vehicle                      1,974,951      1,906,300      1,976,500      1,976,500
 43016   M&E Slider                            33,360         35,800          5,802          5,300
 43031   Back Taxes                           218,628        162,000        272,000        261,000
 43041   Sales - County                     4,949,390      5,175,000      4,701,900      4,701,900
 43042   Sales - City Option                7,940,923      8,182,400      7,782,100      7,782,100
 43043   Sales/Use Tax - County               607,919        699,300        455,900        455,900
 43044   Sales/Use Tax - City                 977,830      1,135,000        899,600        899,600
 43047   Sales - Parks & Pipes                992,609      1,022,800        972,757        972,757
 43048   Sales/Use Tax - Parks & Pipes        122,229        142,000        112,451        112,451
 43050   Sales/Use Tax - School               123,309        140,000        113,400        113,400
 43051   Sales - County Public Safety         989,880      1,035,000        940,400        940,400
 43052   Hotel Occupancy Tax                  279,966        331,100        282,800        282,800
 43053   Sales Tax - Public Safety            992,609      1,022,800        972,800        972,800
 43054   Sales/Use Tax - Public Safety        122,229        142,000        112,500        112,500
 43055   Stormwater Utility Tax             1,671,137      1,632,800      1,671,000      1,679,400
 43061   Special Assessments                1,445,821      1,651,400      1,642,693      2,158,600
 43081   Liquor Control                       773,662        723,600        723,600        727,200
 43082   Drug Tax                              16,722         19,400         11,400         11,500
 43091   Franchise KCP&L                      529,983        845,257        845,257      1,472,082
 43092   Franchise Westar Energy              393,229        462,593        462,593        735,110
 43093   F     hi K
         Franchise Kansas G Gas                96 462
                                               96,462        516,828
                                                             516 828        516,828
                                                                            516 828      1,362,259
                                                                                         1 362 259
 43094   Franchise Telephone                  186,234        206,000        188,100        206,000
 43095   Franchise AOL/Time Warner            439,893        432,700        444,300        444,300
 43096   Franchise Atmos Energy                 1,321         12,369         12,370         35,982
 43098   Franchise Everest                    436,053        412,100        440,400        440,400
         Total Taxes                       44,584,097     45,238,170     44,084,152     45,339,641

         INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 43150   Grants                               123,635            -           36,000          1,200
 43161   State Gasoline Tax                 1,525,795      1,738,420      1,610,110      1,660,000
         Total Intergovernmental            1,649,430      1,738,420      1,646,110      1,661,200

         LICENSES AND PERMITS
 43211   Occupation Licenses                 363,433        407,400        407,400        407,400
 43221   Building Permits                    300,233        303,000        275,000        275,000
 43231   Burning Permits                       3,951          5,400          5,400          5,400
 43241   Dog Licenses                         15,306         15,700         15,700         15,700
 43242   Cat Licenses                          1,828          1,800          1,800          1,800
 43244   Pet Permits                           1,805          1,900          1,900          1,900
 43250   Land Development Fees                 9,906            -          115,000          9,000
 43261   Other Permits                        59,582         91,600         60,000         60,000
         Total Licenses and Permits          756,044        826,800        882,200        776,200



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Acct.                                          ACTUAL       BUDGET      BUDGET      BUDGET
 No.              Classification                2009         2010        2010R       2011

        SERVICE CHARGES
43310   Pool Daily Admissions              $     214,568      266,600     220,000     222,200
43311   Pool Season Memberships                  277,457      300,000     275,000     277,750
43312   Pool Concessions                          79,084      103,000      80,000      80,800
43313   Pool Merchandise                               66         -           500         -
43322   Excise Tax                                42,144      200,000      25,000      70,000
43323   Storm Water Detention                     15,017       15,500      15,500      15,500
43324   CP Administration Fee                     32,918      142,500         -       142,500
43325   Street Light Dev. Fees                       -            600         600         600
43326   Economic Dev. Fees                        65,229       82,400      65,000      65,000
43331   Inspection Fees                           30,124       35,200      15,000      15,000
43341   Maps, Copying & Misc.                     23,701       20,200      17,000      17,000
43351   Miscellaneous Fees                       410,299      386,300     414,400     443,400
43352   NRA Downtown Rebate (net)                 14,171       20,000      17,000      17,000
43361   Park Impact Fees                          27,763       40,400      30,000      30,600
43362   Donations                                  4,803       13,200      11,400      11,400
43371   Shawnee Town Rental                       71,088       77,300      71,800      71,800
43372   Civic Centre Rental                      102,006      123,600     103,000     103,000
43373   Sports Field Rental                       73,468       72,100      74,200      74,200
43381   Aquatics Programs                        111,469       80,400     100,000     100,000
43382   Sports Programs                           69,843       80,400      71,200      71,200
43383   Fitness Programs                          66,014       70,100      67,300      67,300
43384   Dance Programs                            10,596       10,800      10,800      10,800
43385   Arts & Crafts Programs                    11,947       10,800      12,200      12,200
43386   Personal Enrichment Programs              32,037       22,600      32,600      32,600
43389   Special Events Programs                   76,092       67,000      77,600      77,600
43395   Shawnee Town Historical Programs           8,754        2,300      10,000      10,000
43396   Shawnee Town Tours                         6,321        3,100       6,500       6,500
43397   Farmer's Market                            2,315        1,400       4,630       4,630
43398   Shawnee Town Mdse. Sales                   1,468        3,100       1,500       1,500
        Total Service Charges                  1,880,762    2,250,900   1,829,730   2,052,080

        FINES
43411   Court                                  1,379,702    1,370,200   1,310,000   1,310,000
43413   Court Costs                              279,414      298,800     282,200     282,200
        Total Fines                            1,659,116    1,669,000   1,592,200   1,592,200

        USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
43511   Interest                                 286,779      419,800     368,800     372,100
43521   Sale of Property                           2,762       50,000       5,000       5,000
43525   Grave Lots                                33,995       20,000      20,000      20,000
43527   Grave Interment Fee                       24,560       10,000      20,000      20,000
        Total Use of Money and Property          348,096      499,800     413,800     417,100

        MISCELLANEOUS
43614   Reimbursed Expenses                       56,029       31,500      60,000      60,000
43615   Reimbursed Exp. - Mowing                  21,877        9,300      25,000      25,000
43621   Transfer from Other Funds              2,416,156    2,964,120   2,708,510   3,585,800
43630   Cancel PY Encumbrance                      9,763          -           -           -
43631   Miscellaneous                            495,758      354,600     599,600     354,600
        Total Miscellaneous                    2,999,584    3,359,520   3,393,110   4,025,400
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Acct.                                ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
 No.              Classification       2009           2010          2010R           2011
        Total Revenue              $ 53,877,128   $ 55,582,610   $ 53,841,302   $ 55,863,821

        Revenue by Category
        Taxes                      $ 44,584,097   $ 45,238,170   $ 44,084,152   $ 45,339,641
        Intergovernmental             1,649,430      1,738,420      1,646,110      1,661,200
        Licenses & Permits              756,044        826,800        882,200        776,200
        Service Charges               1,880,762      2,250,900      1,829,730      2,052,080
        Fines                         1,659,116      1,669,000      1,592,200      1,592,200
        Interest Income                 286,779        419,800        368,800        372,100
        Sale of Property                  2,762         50,000          5,000          5,000
        Miscellaneous                 3,058,139      3,389,520      3,433,110      4,065,400
        Total Revenue                53,877,128     55,582,610     53,841,302     55,863,821


        Revenue by Fund Type
        General Fund                 35,139,567     36,423,047     34,919,279     36,117,813
        Special Revenue Funds         7,503,318      8,187,320      8,019,219      8,613,608
        Debt Service Fund            11,234,243     10,972,243     10,902,804     11,132,400
        Total Revenue                53,877,128     55,582,610     53,841,302     55,863,821




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City of Shawnee
Combined Fund Expenditures by Character and Object
                                            ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                       2009           2010           2010R          2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                          $ 17,704,550   $ 17,480,792   $ 17,359,836   $ 17,577,517
 51120   FICA                                 1,394,753      1,451,105      1,429,759      1,446,348
 51130   KPERS                                  550,989        630,135        646,092        700,926
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                779,981        658,042        754,517        756,690
 51135   KP&F                                 1,361,716      1,418,833      1,365,973      1,554,280
 51140   Overtime                             1,123,170      1,469,100      1,329,400      1,325,300
 51150   Volunteer Pay                           15 841
                                                 15,841            -              -              -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                 25,003         27,885         31,568         30,124
 51162   Workman's Compensation Ins.            402,731        405,275        362,035        375,852
 51163   Health Insurance                     2,082,137      2,512,220      2,406,893      2,600,718
 51164   Dental Insurance                        89,595        104,790         98,786        104,335
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                  22,452         20,815         29,087         29,685

          ota e so a Se ces
         Total Personal Services              5,55 ,9 8
                                             25,552,918      6, 8,99
                                                            26,178,992      5,8 3,9 6
                                                                           25,813,946      6,50 , 5
                                                                                          26,501,775

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                55,483          59,900        56,700         57,500
 52120   Telecommunications                    350,245         419,864       377,000        380,700
 52130   Transportation/Reception               99,678         196,250       148,000        149,400
 52140   Education                             159,498         221,600       210,700        216,200
 52142   Educational Programming                43,045          15,000        18,000         18,000
 52143   G t
         Grants                                  1 200
                                                 1,200             -           1,200
                                                                               1 200          1 200
                                                                                              1,200
 52160   Car Allowance                          68,122          60,400        60,600         60,600
 52230   Prisoner Care                          88,109         122,000        90,000         90,000
 52310   Printing                               62,153          83,800        62,100         59,900
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising         29,398          52,800        46,100         46,000
 52340   Photography                             5,342           8,700         6,100          6,100
 52410   Building & Content Insurance           50,852          54,200        42,100         44,100
 52411   General Liability Insurance            41,324          41,100        29,200         30,600
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                44,638          47,000        33,200         34,900
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                49,795          70,900        54,700         56,600
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                12,577          13,300        11,100         11,500
 52475   Public Official Liability              28,692          53,500        34,300         32,200
 52510   Utilities                             564,029         731,000       712,700        717,200
 52512   Traffic Signals & Streetlights        975,151       1,085,900       969,200        955,200
 52516   Park Lights                             3,885           5,400         4,700          4,700
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.       581,197         676,800       675,600        645,900
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.            476,133         503,500       463,100        469,200
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment           180,715         258,100       256,600        258,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.           28,239          36,300        27,900         27,400
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.           61,142          99,500        80,100         83,000
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.               558,172         796,700       776,700        810,300
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment             40,780          49,100        51,300         49,000
 52631   Rent Identi Kit Equipment                 136             500           500            500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                   91,063         114,440       106,200        106,700
 52780   Clothing Allowance                     30,990          23,800        31,800         33,100

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City of Shawnee
Combined Fund Expenditures by Character and Object
                                              ACTUAL        BUDGET        BUDGET        BUDGET
ACCT. #   CLASSIFICATION                        2009          2010         2010R          2011
 52790    Other Contractual Service                 ,
                                                 309,134       363,800
                                                                  ,             ,
                                                                             364,700          ,
                                                                                           369,700
 52810    Sales Tax                                5,797         8,400         8,400         8,400
 52820    Elections                                   -         52,000        65,500            -
 52851    Professional Services                1,935,516     2,315,100     2,180,000     2,136,200
 52852    Professional Services-Human Svc         88,892        92,500        94,300        92,200
 52853    Information Purchases                      826         2,000         2,000         2,000
 52854    Professional Services Technology            -             -        128,000       143,000
          Total Contractual Services         $ 7,121,948   $ 8,735,154   $ 8,280,400   $ 8,207,200

          COMMODITIES
 53110    Office Supplies                        138,206       176,200       141,300       141,900
 53410    Expendable Tools                        15,347        35,500        31,200        31,200
 53530    Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                 326,751       650,200       525,100       483,200
 53590    Books & Films                           10,146        20,000        15,300        14,300
 53600    Police Operating Supplies               20,465        29,300        23,600        24,100
 53610    Uniforms & Wear Appl.                  166,264       221,500       197,500       196,400
 53620    Paint Supplies                             -             500           500           500
 53630    Concession Supplies/Sales Merch         40,759        71,000        66,500        67,000
 53660    Sports & Playground Equip.              28,996        31,900        31,400        31,900
 53760    Guns & Ammunition                       51,916        60,000        55,000        55,000
 53780    Asphalt & Road Oil                      17,233       100,000        75,000        84,500
 53810    Ice Control Materials                  201,205       326,300       343,300       343,000
 53830    Signs & Pavement Material               28,750        77,000        66,000        71,000
 53840    Si    l Li ht M t i l
          Signal & Light Material                 58 506
                                                  58,506        97 000
                                                                97,000        88,000
                                                                              88 000        88,000
                                                                                            88 000
 53860    Sand Gravel Rock                         5,783        23,500        15,500        31,500
 53870    Other Operating Supplies                58,721        74,700        73,700        73,500
 53871    Crime Prevention                           170         5,000           -             -
 53872    Engineering Supplies                       388         2,000         1,900         4,200
 53875    Technology                             131,676       346,600       171,800       170,900
 53990    Lease Purchase Payments                166,949       418,500       403,500       453,500
          Total Commodities                    1,468,231
                                               1 468 231     2,766,700
                                                             2 766 700     2,326,100
                                                                           2 326 100     2,365,600
                                                                                         2 365 600

          CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300    Land Improvements                    2,511,030     2,597,152     4,908,088     3,309,609
 54410    Motor Vehicles Lic.                    311,157       349,500       313,777       245,142
 54420    Operations Equipment                   348,381       138,310        68,510       263,960
 54430    Communications Equipment                23,071        25,000        25,000        25,000
 54440    Office Furniture & Equip               111,687       124,000       135,500       110,000
 54445    Office Furn. & Eq. (1,000-5,000)           -             -             -           1,000
          Total Capital Outlay                 3,305,326     3,233,962     5,450,875     3,954,711

          DEBT SERVICE
 56501    Debt Service                        12,148,937    12,364,765    12,079,122    12,921,156
          Total Debt Service                  12,148,937    12,364,765    12,079,122    12,921,156




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City of Shawnee
Combined Fund Expenditures by Character and Object
                                     ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                2009           2010           2010R          2011
        TRANSFERS
 58000 Transfers to Other Funds        2,430,574      2,969,420      2,838,010      3,799,400
        Total Transfers                2,430,574      2,969,420      2,838,010      3,799,400

         REFUNDS
 59000   Refunds                         20,263         25,500         32,000         35,500
         Total Refunds                   20,263         25,500         32,000         35,500

         TOTAL                        52,048,196
                                    $ 52 048 196   $ 56 274 492
                                                     56,274,492     56,820,453
                                                                  $ 56 820 453     57,785,343
                                                                                 $ 57 785 343

         Expenditure by Category
         Personal Services          $ 25,552,918   $ 26,178,992   $ 25,813,946   $ 26,501,775
         Contractual Services          7,121,948      8,735,154      8,280,400      8,207,200
         Commodities                   1,468,231      2,766,700      2,326,100      2,365,600
         Capital Outlay                3,305,326      3,233,962      5,450,875      3,954,711
         Debt Service                 12,148,937     12,364,765     12,079,122     12,921,156
         Transfers                     2,430,574      2,969,420      2,838,010      3,799,400
         Refunds                          20,263         25,500         32,000         35,500
         Total Expenditures           52,048,196     56,274,492     56,820,453     57,785,343

         Expenditure by Fund Type
         General                      33,443,766     36,532,246     35,441,175     36,666,800
         Special Revenue               7,792,756      8,816,482     10,739,156      9,653,686
         D bt Service
         Debt S i                     10 811 674
                                      10,811,674     10,925,765
                                                     10 925 765     10 640 122
                                                                    10,640,122     11 464 856
                                                                                   11,464,856
         Total Expenditures         $ 52,048,196   $ 56,274,492   $ 56,820,453   $ 57,785,343




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      ALL FUNDS
      SCHEDULE OF TRANSFERS

                                        ACTUAL                         BUDGET                          REVISED                         BUDGET
                                         2009                           2010                             2010                           2011
                Fund                In             Out              In             Out              In             Out              In             Out
101   General                 $     107,156   $     114,417   $     145,300   $     750,000   $     109,300   $     754,800   $     119,600   $   1,653,600
215   Neighborhood                   25,000             -            50,000             -            25,000             -            40,000             -
401   Debt                        1,895,000             -         1,853,020             -         1,758,410             -         1,809,100             -
206   Special Highway               389,000       1,748,500         215,800       1,754,720         365,800       1,610,110         967,100       1,660,000
207   Special Parks                     -           146,500             -            98,300             -           148,300             -           149,100
210   Convention                        -           107,156             -           150,600             -           109,300             -           119,600
213   Stormwater                        -           314,000         700,000         215,800         450,000         215,500         450,000         217,100
216   Equip Reserve                     -               -               -               -               -               -           200,000             -
      Total Budgeted Funds        2,416,156       2,430,573       2,964,120       2,969,420       2,708,510       2,838,010       3,585,800       3,799,400

      Capital Project Funds         14,417                           5,300                         129,500                         213,600

                              $   2,430,573   $   2,430,573   $   2,969,420   $   2,969,420   $   2,838,010   $   2,838,010   $   3,799,400   $   3,799,400




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City of Shawnee
Revenues and Expenditures by Classification and Fund Budget 2011

                                                                                                                                   Park &
                                               Public Safety        Special           Special       Special Parks   Special
                                General                                                                                          Recreation
                                                Equipment          Narcotics          Highway       & Recreation Alcohol Abuse
                                                                                                                                 Land Use
                                 101               201               205                206             207            208          209

   FUND BALANCE BEGINNING   $    15,593,926    $    620,712    $      133,449     $      20,300     $    257,488   $   366,014   $    48,265

REVENUE
Taxes                            31,100,733         419,800             11,500                 -         242,400       242,400             -
Intergovernmental                     1,200               -                  -         1,660,000               -             -             -
Licenses & Permits                  776,200               -                  -                 -               -             -             -
Service Charges                   1,933,280               -                  -                 -               -             -        30,600
Fines                             1,592,200               -                  -                 -               -             -             -
Interest Income                     250,000           6,200              1,300               200           2,600         7,300         1,000
Sale of Property                      5,000               -                  -                 -               -             -             -
Miscellaneous                       459,200               -                  -           967,100         100,000             -             -
TOTAL REVENUE                    36,117,813         426,000             12,800         2,627,300         345,000       249,700        31,600

EXPENDITURES
Personal Services                25,415,500               -                  -                 -               -       130,000                -
Contractual Services              7,275,300               -                  -                 -               -        50,000                -
Commodities                       1,803,900               -                  -            20,500               -         2,000                -
Capital Outlay                      485,000         646,742             19,560           967,100         109,000             -                -
Debt Service                              -               -                  -                 -               -             -                -
Transfers                         1,653,600               -                  -         1,660,000         149,100             -                -
Refunds                              33,500               -                  -                 -               -             -                -
TOTAL EXPENDITURES               36,666,800         646,742             19,560         2,647,600         258,100       182,000                -

REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES          (548,987)       (220,742)            (6,760)          (20,300)         86,900        67,700        31,600

FUND BALANCE ENDING         $    15,044,939    $    399,970    $      126,689     $             -   $    344,388   $   433,714   $    79,865




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City of Shawnee
Revenues and Expenditures by Classification and Fund Budget 2011


Convention                                          Stormwater                       Neighborhood          Equipment
               Parks & Pipes       Cemetery                         Public Safety                                          Debt Service           TOTAL
& Tourism                                              Utility                       Revitalization         Reserve
    210            211               212               213              214               215                 216               401              All Funds

$    71,055    $      75,487   $       34,548   $      1,219,571    $   1,443,253    $      42,182     $               -   $    1,169,310    $     21,095,560


    282,800        1,085,208                -          1,679,400        1,085,300                -                   -          9,190,100          45,339,641
          -                -                -                  -                -                -                   -                  -           1,661,200
          -                                 -                  -                -                -                   -                  -             776,200
          -                -                -                  -                -           17,000                   -             70,000           2,050,880
          -                -                -                  -                -                -                   -                  -           1,592,200
        700              400              300             24,400           14,500            1,200                   -             63,200             373,300
          -                -           40,000                  -                -                -                   -                  -              45,000
          -                -                -            450,000                -           40,000             200,000          1,809,100           4,025,400
    283,500        1,085,608           40,300          2,153,800        1,099,800           58,200             200,000         11,132,400          55,863,821


          -                -                -            956,275                -                -                   -                  -          26,501,775
    173,900                -           10,000            631,000                -           65,000                   -                  -           8,205,200
          -                -                -            181,200                -                -                   -                  -           2,007,600
          -          963,509           20,000            903,800                -                -             200,000                  -           4,314,711
          -                -                -                  -        1,456,300                -                   -         11,464,856          12,921,156
    119,600                -                -            217,100                -                -                   -                  -           3,799,400
          -                -                -              2,000                -                -                   -                  -              35,500
    293,500          963,509           30,000          2,891,375        1,456,300           65,000             200,000         11,464,856          57,785,341

    (10,000)         122,099           10,300           (737,575)        (356,500)           (6,800)                   -         (332,455)         (1,921,520)

$    61,055    $     197,586   $       44,848   $       481,996     $   1,086,753    $      35,382     $               -   $     836,855     $     19,174,040




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City of Shawnee
Expenditures by Fund and Functional Unit Budget 2011

                                                                                                                            Park &
                                       Public Safety        Special         Special      Special Parks   Special
                            General                                                                                       Recreation
                                        Equipment          Narcotics        Highway      & Recreation Alcohol Abuse
                                                                                                                          Land Use
                              101          201               205              206            207            208              209

EXPENDITURES
General Government      $  5,700,100   $        -      $          -     $          -     $        -     $       -     $           -
Community Development        696,700            -                 -                -              -             -                 -
Public Works               8,241,000            -                 -          2,647,600            -             -                 -
Public Safety             18,190,300        646,742            19,560              -              -         182,000               -
Parks and Recreation       3,838,700            -                 -                -          258,100           -                 -
Debt                             -              -                 -                -              -             -                 -
TOTAL EXPENDITURES      $ 36,666,800   $    646,742    $       19,560   $    2,647,600   $    258,100   $   182,000   $           -




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City of Shawnee
Expenditures by Fund and Functional Unit Budget 2011


Convention &                                    Stormwater                      Neighborhood         Equipment
               Parks & Pipes       Cemetery                     Public Safety                                     Debt Service        TOTAL
  Tourism                                          Utility                      Revitalization        Reserve
    210            211               212            213              214             215                216           401            All Funds


$    293,500   $        -      $          -     $         -     $         -     $         -      $      200,000   $        -     $  6,193,600
         -              -                 -               -               -            65,000               -              -          761,700
         -          870,500               -         2,891,375             -               -                 -              -       14,650,475
         -              -                 -               -               -               -                 -              -       19,038,602
         -           93,009               -               -               -               -                 -              -        4,189,809
         -              -              30,000             -         1,456,300             -                 -       11,464,856     12,951,156
$    293,500   $    963,509    $       30,000   $   2,891,375   $   1,456,300   $      65,000    $      200,000   $ 11,464,856   $ 57,785,342




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Performance Measures
The environment in which local governments operate is changing to being accountability-driven with
empirical data driving many decisions. Performance Measurement (PM) is a systematic approach to
assessing service delivery quality and effectiveness, and it is also a management tool for improving
service delivery quality and effectiveness.

In 2007, the International Association of City/County Management (ICMA) Center for Performance
Measurement formed a regional consortium in the Kansas City metropolitan area to facilitate comparisons
among jurisdictions with common geographic, political, fiscal, demographic or other characteristics.

The City of Shawnee along with the Kansas cities of Gardner, Mission, Olathe, and Overland Park, and
the Missouri cities of Gladstone, Grain Valley, Grandview, Harrisonville, Peculiar, Pleasant Hill, Raymore,
Raytown, and Riverside committed to participate.

Recognizing that there is a great deal of time and staff resources required to collect performance data,
the City elected to phase the performance measurement in over several years. As a result of this phased
approach, this budget document reflects data collected utilizing methods prescribed by the consortium
and also in the manner previously used by the City.

Key Objectives for Performance Measurement

    Provide accurate and easy to understand data to share with the City Council and the
    community about the quality and efficiency of services provided.
    Help department managers track data in an organized and useful way.
    Learn from other communities and examine best practices.
    Identify areas for improvement and added efficiencies.
    Bring strategies and operations together.

Additionally, data tracking done out a county level between the City of Shawnee and the cities with
populations of 30,000 or more are utilized as comparisons.

Performance measurements presented, tie into the strategic goals from the City’s 2009/2010 Work Plan
that included the four following goals:

    •   Economic Development
        Support and promote quality development to create a sustainable community providing a
        high quality of life.

    •   Environmental Sensitivity
        Support and promote opportunities to experience and foster a more sustainable and
        environmentally-sensitive community.

    •   Enhancing the Sense of Community
        Work together as a community to build upon what has been established over the past 150 years.
        We will continue to provide the highest quality of life for all citizens including public safety for all
        businesses and citizens, keeping our community a beautiful place to live and providing
        opportunities for our youth population.

    •   Living Within our Means
        With revenues decreasing and expenses increasing, choices must be made with regard to what
        levels of service the community supports and are willing to fund. Efficiencies in operations and
        revenues must be maximized prior to proposing cuts in services. Opportunities for enhanced
        revenue must be explored. Continuing to build the skills and talents of our organization for the
        future cannot be compromised.
 


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Programs

Programs include activities with a common purpose that lead to a common outcome for
customers. During the 2009 budget process, a City-wide effort was undertaken to identify and
define the programs the City provides. Each program inventory includes the program owner,
goals, activities, customers, operational mandate, and funding source. The program
inventories provide a foundation, along with performance measurement, for making informed
resource allocation decisions. In 2009, a process of prioritizing programs was initiated and
aided in the 2010 budget process. This list was reviewed and updated for the 2011 budget
process

This list below represents the programs and services maintained in the 2010R and 2011
budget. The inventories shown in italics indicate that other departments, agencies or entities
that have a role in the program’s delivery.

City Manager’s Office
Animal Licensing                                       Performance Measurement
Benefits Administration                                Prosecution
Budget, Forecast and Monitoring                        Public Information
Citizen Service Request System (CSR)                   Records Management
City Administration                                    Recruiting/Employment
CityRide                                               Safety/Workers Compensation
Economic Development                                   Stormwater/Telephone/Utility Franchise Rebates
HR Administration                                      Support of Non City Special Events
Legal Administration                                   Support Services
Minutes                                                Sustainability
Licensing                                              Wellness

Information Technology
Application and GIS Support                            Network Support
Desktop Support                                        Telephone System & Communication Support
IT Administration

Finance

Accounts and Reports                                   *Employee Retirement Plans
Court Administration/Clerks                            Risk Management
Debt Management
                               *Program reduced beginning January 1, 2010
Planning

Downtown Special Events                                Planning Administration
Neighborhood Planning                                  Shawnee Downtown Partnership
Neighborhood Revitalization (KNRA)                     Special Funds and Grants




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Programs
Development Services
Department Administration                                   Private Development Plan Review
CIP Management                                              Public Project Inspection
Private Project Inspection                                  Right of Way Acquisition


Public Works

Building Codes Administration                        Stormwater Management Program – Flood Mitigation
*Curb and Sidewalk Maintenance and Management        Stormwater Management Program – Floodplain Reg
Facility Maintenance and Management                  Stormwater Management Quality and Pollution Control
Fleet Maintenance and Management                     Street Light Maintenance and Management
Municipal Codes Enforcement                          *Street Maintenance and Management
Pavement Marking Maintenance and Management          *Street Sweeping
Public Works Administration                          Traffic Data Management
Right-of-Way Maintenance and Management              Traffic Signal Maintenance and Management
Sign Maintenance and Management
Snow Removal
Stormwater Management – Drainage and System Maintenance

                                *Programs reduced beginning in 2010 budget
Police

Administration Division Management                          Police Canine Operations
Animal Control                                              Police Communications Unit
Building/Property Maintenance                               Police Department Administration
Citizen Complaint Investigations and Major AARs             Police Records and Fiscal Management
Codes Enforcement                                           Police Technical Services
Crime Analysis                                              Road Patrol
Crime Resistant Community Policing                          School Crossing Guards
Crisis Intervention Team                                    School Police Resource
Employee Training                                           Special Police Investigations
Evidence and Property Control                               Staff Services Administration
General Assignment Criminal Investigations                  Support Services Administration
Investigations Administration                               Tactical Law Enforcement (STAR Team)
Patrol Division Administration                              Traffic Safety
Physical Fitness Program

Fire
Emergency Response                                          Hazardous Materials
Fire Administration                                         Public Education
Fire Training and EMS Continuing Education                  Technical Rescue
Fire Inspections                                            Water and Ice Rescue
Fire Investigation                                          Wellness/Physical Fitness
Firefighter Respiratory Protection
Fleet Maintenance and Management




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Parks and Recreation
Administration                             Farmers’ Market
Aquatic Facility Operations                Parks and Recreation Facility Maintenance
Aquatics Programs                          Parks Maintenance
Athletic Facility Maintenance              Recreation Programming
Ball Field and Shelter Rental              Shawnee Town Management
Cemetery Management                        Shawnee Town Programming
City Wide Seasonal Decorations             Special Events
Civic Centre Management




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GENERAL FUND
FUND NUMBER 101

                              ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
                               2009            2010             2010           2011

FUND BALANCE BEGINNING      $ 14,420,021     $ 14,393,368    $ 16,115,823    $ 15,593,926

REVENUE
Taxes                         30,279,060       31,199,047      29,954,449      31,100,733
Intergovernmental                 26,041                -          30,000           1,200
Licenses & Permits               756,044          826,800         882,200         776,200
Service Charges                1,794,914        1,987,500       1,756,530       1,933,280
Fines                          1,659,116        1,669,000       1,592,200       1,592,200
Interest Income                  158,377          250,000         250,000         250,000
Sale of Property                   2,762           50,000           5,000           5,000
Miscellaneous                    463,252          440,700         448,900         459,200

TOTAL REVENUE                 35,139,567       36,423,047      34,919,279      36,117,813

EXPENDITURES
City Council                     193,043          243,300         219,400         213,100
City Manager's Office          2,166,635        2,555,192       2,472,400       2,435,900
Information Technology         1,775,363        1,802,500       1,774,900       1,751,400
Finance                        1,149,440        1,178,800       1,100,100       1,099,700
Planning                         655,953          709,154         679,900         696,700
Development Services           1,194,336        1,346,800       1,262,900       1,199,400
Public Works                   5,538,231        6,758,000       6,442,300       7,041,600
Police                        11,119,137       11,807,100      11,505,800      11,800,100
Fire                           5,877,646        6,171,300       6,138,700       6,390,200
Culture and Recreation         3,773,982        3,960,100       3,844,775       3,838,700
Capital Equip Replacement            -                -               -           200,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES            33,443,766       36,532,246      35,441,175      36,666,800

REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES      1,695,802         (109,199)       (521,896)       (548,987)


FUND BALANCE ENDING         $ 16,115,823     $ 14,284,169    $ 15,593,926    $ 15,044,939

Fund Balance % of Revenue           46%              39%             45%             42%




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General Fund
Revenue Detail

Acct.                                        ACTUAL         BUDGET       REVISED      BUDGET
 No.              Classification               2009          2010         2010         2011
         TAXES
 43011   Property                           $ 11,107,401 $ 10,454,000 $ 10,654,001 $ 10,019,600
 43012   Motor Vehicle                          1,089,525    1,161,300    1,089,500    1,089,500
 43016   M&E Slider                               27,612       30,000             -            -
 43031   Back Taxes                              124,209       58,000      166,600      159,800
 43041   Sales - County                         4,949,390    5,175,000    4,701,900    4,701,900
 43042   Sales - City Option                    7,940,923    8,182,400    7,782,100    7,782,100
 43043   Sales/Use Tax - County                   607,919      699,300      455,900      455,900
 43044   Sales/Use Tax - City                     977,830    1,135,000      899,600      899,600
 43051   Sales - County Public Safety             989,880    1,035,000      940,400      940,400
 43050   Sales/Use - County Public Safety         123,309      140,000      113,400      113,400
 43081   Liquor Control                           257,887      241,200      241,200      242,400
 43091   Franchise KCP&L                          529,983      845,257      845,257    1,472,082
 43092   Franchise Westar Energy                  393,229      462,593      462,593      735,110
 43093   Franchise Kansas Gas                      96,462      516,828      516,828    1,362,259
 43094   Franchise Telephone                      186,234      206,000      188,100      206,000
 43095   Franchise AOL/Time Warner                439,893      432,700      444,300      444,300
 43096   Franchise Atmos Energy                     1,321       12,369       12,370       35,982
 43098   Franchise Everest                        436,053      412,100      440,400      440,400
         Total Taxes                           30,279,060   31,199,047   29,954,449   31,100,733

         INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 43150   Grants                                   26,041            -       30,000        1,200
         Total Intergovernmental                  26,041            -       30,000        1,200

         LICENSES AND PERMITS
 43211   Occupation Licenses                     363,433      407,400      407,400       407,400
 43221   Building Permits                        300,233      303,000      275,000       275,000
 43231   Burning Permits                           3,951        5,400        5,400         5,400
 43241   Dog Licenses                             15,306       15,700       15,700        15,700
 43242   Cat Licenses                              1,828        1,800        1,800         1,800
 43244   Pet Permits                               1,805        1,900        1,900         1,900
 43250   Land Development Fees                     9,906          -        115,000         9,000
 43261   Other Permits                            59,582       91,600       60,000        60,000
         Total Licenses and Permits              756,044      826,800      882,200       776,200

         SERVICE CHARGES
 43310   Pool Daily Admissions                   214,568       266,600      220,000      222,200
 43311   Pool Season Memberships                277,457       300,000      275,000       277,750
 43312   Pool Concessions                        79,084       103,000       80,000        80,800
 43313   Pool Merchandise                              66                      500
 43323   Storm Water Detention                   15,017        15,500       15,500       15,500
 43324   CP Administration Fee                   32,918       142,500           -       142,500
 43325   Street Light Dev. Fees                      -            600          600          600
 43326   Economic Dev. Fees                      65,229        82,400       65,000       65,000
 43331   Inspection Fees                         30,124        35,200       15,000       15,000
 43341   Maps, Copying & Misc.                   23,701        20,200       17,000       17,000
 43351   Miscellaneous Fees                     410,299       386,300      414,400      443,400

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General Fund
Revenue Detail

Acct.                                        ACTUAL         BUDGET         REVISED        BUDGET
 No.              Classification               2009           2010           2010           2011
 43362   Donations                                3,033         10,200         10,200         10,200
 43371   Shawnee Town Rental                     71,088         77,300         71,800         71,800
 43372   Civic Centre Rental                    102,006        123,600        103,000        103,000
 43373   Sports Field Rental                     73,468         72,100         74,200         74,200
 43381   Aquatics Programs                      111,469         80,400        100,000        100,000
 43382   Sports Programs                         69,843         80,400         71,200         71,200
 43383   Fitness Programs                        66,014         70,100         67,300         67,300
 43384   Dance Programs                          10,596         10,800         10,800         10,800
 43385   Arts & Crafts Programs                  11,947         10,800         12,200         12,200
 43386   Personal Enrichment Programs            32,037         22,600         32,600         32,600
 43389   Special Events Programs                 76,092         67,000         77,600         77,600
 43395   Shawnee Town Historical Programs         8,754          2,300         10,000         10,000
 43396   Shawnee Town Tours                       6,321          3,100          6,500          6,500
 43397   Farmer's Market                          2,315          1,400          4,630          4,630
 43398   Shawnee Town Mdse. Sales                 1,468          3,100          1,500          1,500
         Total Service Charges                 1,794,914      1,987,500      1,756,530      1,933,280

         FINES
 43411   Court                                1,379,702      1,370,200      1,310,000      1,310,000
 43413   Court Costs                            279,414        298,800        282,200        282,200
         Total Fines                           1,659,116      1,669,000      1,592,200      1,592,200

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                158,377        250,000        250,000        250,000
 43521   Sale of Property                          2,762         50,000          5,000          5,000
         Total Use of Money and Property         161,139        300,000        255,000        255,000

         MISCELLANEOUS
 43614   Reimbursed Expenses                     56,029         31,500         60,000         60,000
 43615   Reimbursed Exp. - Mowing                21,877          9,300         25,000         25,000
 43621   Transfer from Other Funds              107,156        145,300        109,300        119,600
 43630   Cancel PY Encumbrance                    9,763            -              -              -
 43631   Miscellaneous                          268,426        254,600        254,600        254,600
         Total Miscellaneous                    463,252        440,700        448,900        459,200

         Total Revenue                      $ 35,139,567   $ 36,423,047   $ 34,919,279   $ 36,117,813




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City of Shawnee
General Fund Expenditures by Character and Object
                                             ACTUAL         BUDGET         REVISED        BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009           2010           2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                           $ 17,287,606   $ 16,746,692   $ 16,717,000   $ 16,847,200
 51120   FICA                                  1,362,375      1,390,850      1,378,000      1,387,800
 51130   KPERS                                   527,616        592,535        598,800        642,900
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                 764,576        634,115        727,000        728,900
 51135   KP&F                                  1,352,916      1,409,460      1,356,600      1,544,500
 51140   Overtime                              1,107,712      1,435,100      1,295,400      1,291,300
 51150   Volunteer Pay                            15,841              -              -              -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                  24,173         26,085         29,900         28,400
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance        388,159        380,975        337,600        350,500
 51163   Employee Health Insurance             2,020,610      2,354,000      2,286,400      2,467,900
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                86,906         98,340         93,400         98,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                   21,887         20,540         27,575         28,000
         Total Personal Services              24,960,377     25,088,692     24,847,675     25,415,500
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                  55,483         59,900         56,700         57,500
 52120   Telecommunications                      347,000        407,664        369,600        373,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                 99,283        191,850        143,600        143,400
 52140   Education                               155,118        213,200        202,600        207,700
 52142   Educational Programming                  43,045         15,000         18,000         18,000
 52143   Grants                                    1,200              -          1,200          1,200
 52160   Car Allowance                            68,122         60,400         60,600         60,600
 52230   Prisoner Care                            88,109        122,000         90,000         90,000
 52310   Printing                                 62,153         83,800         62,100         59,900
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising           29,398         52,800         46,100         46,000
 52340   Photography                               5,342          8,700          6,100          6,100
 52410   Building & Content Insurance             50,852         54,200         42,100         44,100
 52411   General Liability Insurance              41,324         41,100         29,200         30,600
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                  44,638         47,000         33,200         34,900
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                  49,045         62,700         52,100         53,900
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                  12,577         12,400         10,100         10,500
 52475   Public Official Bonds                    28,692         53,500         34,300         32,200
 52510   Utilities                               562,121        703,200        684,900        680,600
 52512   Traffic Signals & Streetlights          975,151      1,085,900        969,200        955,200
 52516   Park Lights                               3,885          5,400          4,700          4,700
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.         574,966        657,900        636,400        601,700
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.              451,423        483,100        442,700        433,700
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment             172,011        244,500        223,000        206,200
 52533   Repair Communications Equipment          27,895         34,800         26,700         26,200
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.             61,142         99,300         79,900         82,800
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                 462,115        626,300        621,300        635,300
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment               40,780         46,800         45,800         43,500
 52631   Rent Identi Kit Equipment                   136            500            500            500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                     90,598        112,740        104,700        105,400
 52780   Clothing Allowance                       29,940         23,800         31,800         33,100
 52790   Other Contractual Service               280,078        293,800        302,700        302,700
 52810   Sales Tax                                 5,797          8,400          8,400          8,400
 52820   Elections                                     -         52,000         65,500              -
 52851   Professional Services                 1,645,234      1,834,700      1,712,800      1,648,200
 52852   Professional Services-Human Svc          88,892         92,500         94,300         92,200
 52853   Information Purchases                       826          2,000          2,000          2,000
 52854   Professional Services Technology              -              -        128,000        143,000
         Total Contractual Services            6,654,372      7,893,854      7,442,900      7,275,300
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City of Shawnee
General Fund Expenditures by Character and Object
                                            ACTUAL         BUDGET         REVISED        BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                       2009           2010           2010           2011

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                        135,810        170,700        135,800        134,600
 53410   Expendable Tools                        14,975         34,500         27,700         25,700
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                 312,576        579,600        456,500        424,400
 53590   Books & Films                           10,146         20,000         15,300         14,300
 53600   Police Operating Supplies               20,465         29,300         23,600         24,100
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Appl.                  164,339        211,100        187,400        188,800
 53620   Paint Supplies                               -            500            500            500
 53630   Concession Supplies/Sales Merch         40,759         71,000         66,500         67,000
 53660   Parks & Recreation Equipment            28,996         31,900         31,400         31,900
 53760   Guns & Ammunition                       51,916         60,000         55,000         55,000
 53780   Asphalt & Road Oil                      17,233        100,000         75,000         84,500
 53810   Ice Control Materials                  201,205        326,300        343,300        343,000
 53830   Signs & Pavement Material               28,750         77,000         66,000         71,000
 53840   Signal & Light Material                 58,506         97,000         88,000         88,000
 53860   Sand Gravel Rock                         5,783         16,000          8,000          3,500
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                58,665         73,700         72,700         72,500
 53871   Crime Prevention                           170          5,000              -              -
 53872   Engineering Supplies                       388          2,000          1,900          4,200
 53875   Technology                             131,676        342,600        165,300        170,900
         Total Commodities                    1,282,359      2,248,200      1,819,900      1,803,900

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300   Land Improvements                     261,478        350,000        380,000        350,000
 54410   Motor Vehicles Lic.                         -         27,000              -              -
 54420   Operations Equipment                   16,908          2,000          5,400              -
 54430   Communications Equipment               23,071         25,000         25,000         25,000
 54440   Office Furniture & Equip              111,687        124,000        135,500        110,000
         Total Capital Outlay                  413,143        528,000        545,900        485,000

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfers to Other Funds              114,417        750,000        754,800       1,653,600
         Total Transfers                       114,417        750,000        754,800       1,653,600

         REFUNDS
 59000   Refunds                                 19,098        23,500         30,000         33,500
         Total Refunds                           19,098        23,500         30,000         33,500

         TOTAL                             $ 33,443,766   $ 36,532,246   $ 35,441,175   $ 36,666,800

         Expenditure by Category
         PERSONAL SERVICES                 $ 24,960,377   $ 25,088,692   $ 24,847,675   $ 25,415,500
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 6,654,372      7,893,854      7,442,900      7,275,300
         COMMODITIES                          1,282,359      2,248,200      1,819,900      1,803,900
         CAPITAL OUTLAY                         413,143        528,000        545,900        485,000
         TRANSFERS                              114,417        750,000        754,800      1,653,600
         REFUNDS                                 19,098         23,500         30,000         33,500
         Total Expenditures                $ 33,443,766   $ 36,532,246   $ 35,441,175   $ 36,666,800




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City of Shawnee
General Fund Expenditures by Department
                                   ACTUAL       BUDGET       REVISED      BUDGET
                                    2009         2010         2010         2011
City Council                        $193,043     $243,300     $219,400     $213,100
City Manager's Office
   City Manager                       298,585      316,092      287,600      266,500
   Legal                              439,851      514,100      488,700      523,600
   City Clerk                         510,411      640,700      615,200      554,600
   Human Resources                    336,643      397,500      378,600      391,000
   General Overhead                   286,581      360,000      367,500      373,400
   Economic Development               294,565      326,800      326,800      326,800
Total Administration                2,166,635    2,555,192    2,464,400    2,435,900
Information Technology              1,775,363    1,802,500    1,774,900    1,751,400
Finance
   Finance                            604,185      652,300      592,800      575,100
   Municipal Court                    545,255      526,500      515,300      524,600
Total Finance                       1,149,440    1,178,800    1,108,100    1,099,700
Planning                             655,953      709,154      679,900      696,700
Development Services
   Administration                     284,509      342,100      306,600    1,199,400
   Capital Improvements               500,282      544,200      503,600          -
   Private Services                   409,545      460,500      452,700          -
Total Development Services          1,194,336    1,346,800    1,262,900    1,199,400
Public Works
   Administration                     340,477      354,400      347,100      346,000
   Street Maintenance               2,169,307    2,731,700    2,795,400    3,406,700
   Traffic                          1,805,278    2,065,100    1,996,200    2,048,500
   Codes Administration               793,615      906,800      853,600      790,400
   Stormwater                         429,555      700,000      450,000      450,000
Total Public Works                  5,538,231    6,758,000    6,442,300    7,041,600
Police
   Administration                     925,520      986,500      856,300      716,200
   Patrol                           6,639,040    6,706,200    6,609,300    6,737,900
   Investigations                   1,286,078    1,408,200    2,344,200    4,346,000
   Staff Services                   2,268,499    2,706,200    1,696,000          -
Total Police                       11,119,137   11,807,100   11,505,800   11,800,100
Fire
   Administration                     407,420      431,600      468,700      478,400
   Operations                       5,225,955    5,474,900    5,506,300    5,745,300
   Prevention & Investigation         244,271      264,800      163,700      166,500
Total Fire                          5,877,646    6,171,300    6,138,700    6,390,200
Culture & Recreation
   Administration                     324,426      350,300      318,400      320,000
   Parks Maintenance                1,378,129    1,334,300    1,350,500    1,358,600
   Aquatics                           928,833    1,039,700      983,900      981,500
   Civic Centre                       419,218      468,300      481,300      463,000
   Recreation Programs                226,322      246,600      246,300      247,000
   Shawnee Town                       497,054      520,900      464,375      468,600
Total Culture & Recreation          3,773,982    3,960,100    3,844,775    3,838,700
   Capital Equipment Replacement          -            -            -       200,000
Total Expenditures                 33,443,766   36,532,246   35,441,175   36,666,800

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Departm
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Positions
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                             Actual 2009
                             A                                       Budget 20
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Bicycle Advi
B            isory Comm mittee: This committee meets four tim
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                                                                                       mittee consis of five
members, all of whom ar active bicy
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City Council Committees: Standing committees consist of four Council Members. The Finance and
Administration Committee and the Public Works and Safety Committee meet once a month. Each committee has
one councilmember from each of the four wards. The Mayor annually appoints the chairperson and deputy
chairperson of the standing committees. Two committee members constitute a quorum to conduct business.
Committees meet to discuss certain issues prior to Council consideration. Committee meetings are less formal
than City Council meetings to allow for more discussion. Standing committees do not take final action on topics,
but rather forward their recommendations to the City Council as a whole for formal action.

Civil Service Commission: Meetings are held when needed. This body consists of five members who serve
three-year staggered terms. The commission's charge is to hear disciplinary appeals from police officers and to
advise and assist in policy development, education and community outreach and communications related to racial
profiling as required by the Kansas Statutes.

Code Board of Appeals: Meetings are held when needed. The board consists of five members who hear
appeals concerning the City's building codes. This board also serves as the Fair Housing Committee and hears
complaints related to discriminating housing practices.

Downtown Partnership: Meetings are held when needed. The Partnership consists of 17 regular voting
members who act in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council in promoting, aiding, and encouraging the
enhancement of Shawnee's Downtown.

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board: Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month. This board consists
of nine members who serve three year staggered terms recommended for appointment by the ward
Councilmember. Members advise the Mayor and City Council in planning, maintenance, and operation of all
recreation areas and facilities.

Planning Commission: Meetings are held the first and third Mondays of the month. This commission consists of
11 members who hear requests for zoning changes and approve development plans for new business sites and
subdivisions, making sure that plans comply with City ordinances and the Comprehensive Plan. Members serve
three-year staggered terms.




                                                    Page 60
Department: City Council
Division: City Council                                                                             101.110

                                                 ACTUAL            BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT #   CLASSIFICATION                           2009              2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         94,628     $      93,200   $      88,400   $      83,700
 51120   FICA                                        7,177             7,150           6,800           6,400
 51130   KPERS                                       7,331             5,000           6,900           7,000
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              247               250             200             200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     829                 -               -               -
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      81                 -               -               -
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                        120                 -             100             100
         Total Personal Services                   110,413           105,600         102,400          97,400

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                            454               600             500             500
 52130   Transportation/Reception                   15,115            39,100          35,200          33,700
 52140   Education                                   2,285            12,000          11,000          12,000
 52160   Car Allowance                               5,608             5,400           5,400           5,400
 52310   Printing                                   12,033            20,500          12,300          10,300
 52533   Repair Communications Equipment                30               100             100             100
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                       39,296            48,000          41,500          42,700
 52851   Professional Services                         150             2,000           2,000           2,000
         Total Contractual Services                 74,970           127,700         108,000         106,700

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                             7,660            10,000           9,000           9,000
         Total Commodities                           7,660            10,000           9,000           9,000


         TOTAL                               $     193,043     $     243,300   $     219,400   $     213,100




         The City Council budget for 2011 includes $13,327 in funding for the CityLine newsletter which is
         distributed to residents three times a year. Dues for the League of Kansas Municipalities are
         budgeted at $25,729 as well as dues for memberships in the Mid America Regional Council (MARC)
         $9,867 and the National League of Cities $4,635.




                                                     Page 61
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: All Divisions 101.120
D

The City Man
T                       e
           nager’s Office includes the following divisions: Cit Manager, L
                                     e                        ty                   an        s
                                                                         Legal, Huma Resources, General
Overhead and Economic Development.
O          d            D

                                                   ures by Div
                                           Expenditu         vision


                                     sion
                                 Divis                                    Budge
                                                                              et
                                      M
                                 City Manager                          $266,5000
                                 Legal                                 $523,6000
                                      C
                                 City Clerk                            $554,6000
                                      an
                                 Huma Resources                        $391,0000
                                       ral
                                 Gener Overhead                        $373,4000
                                 Econo           pment
                                      omic Develop                     $326,8000
                                 Total                                        00
                                                                      $2,435,90
                                                                       

                                                 ditures by T
                                            Expend          Type

                                               Transf
                                                    fers   Refund s
                                                  2%         2%
                         C
                         Commodities
                            2%


                                                                               rsonal 
                                                                             Per
                                                                               rvices
                                                                             Ser
                                                                               43%
                                                                               4


                            Contractual 
                             Services
                               51%




Departme Highlights
D      ent
             tated Citizen Solid Waste Committee
       Facilit                          C
             ted
       Assist IT with im               n
                         mplementation of City webssite
       Launc               ok
            ched Faceboo and Twitte   er
       Launc              ee           ter
            ched Shawne E-Newslett in October       r
       Issued 19 Press Releases
            shed 75 E-Su
       Publis                          ces
                          ubscribe Notic (ListServ))
           gned 7 CityLin
       Desig              nes/Park Brocchures and 4 Downtown N ewsletters fo r distribution
       Coord                           s           D
            dinated Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund Drive
            ed            S
       Drafte Graphics Standard Man    nual for Good Starts Here
           c              V
       485 cases set for Video Arraignnment
           2
       3,082 cases set for plea
                                                      Page 62
            m
        401 motion hearinggs
        700 cases set for trial
            c
        14,63 total cases filed
            33
              ted
        Assist 24,500 cu                            t
                          ustomers at counter or on the phone
              ned          ed           l
        Scann and poste 85 council documents on web o
             ed
        Logge more than 46 contracts
        Proceessed 485 Senior Citizen Telephone Re
                                       T           ebates
                          2             ss
        Issued more than 2,800 busines and regula                             d
                                                   atory licenses and collected more than $             evenue
                                                                                           $363,000 in re
                         an            s            d
        Licensed more tha 2,700 dogs and cats and collected m ore than $17,134 in revenue
        Launc             ee           The
             ched Employe Intranet “T Insider”
        Coorddinated 20 We             ses
                           ellness Class
        Coorddinated 41 Tra            es
                           aining Classe
        Conducted 25 Emp  ployee Benefit Meetings
        Proce             e            a
             essed 1,050 employment applications
              tated 11 IMPA
        Facilit           ACT meetings  s
        Manaaged 32 Work kers Compens  sation Claims
        Coord             gram to provid education, policy guida
             dinated a prog             de                      ance and direc             oyees related to the
                                                                              ction to emplo           d
        H1N1
        Comp pleted a Comp prehensive Benefits Study
                                                   y


Performa
P              sures
       ance Meas
Strategic Goa Living wit
S              al:                      ns
                            thin our mean
Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be maximized. T
E             n                                      m                         ves to provide a positive s
                                                                  The City striv             e            safe work
environment for employees believing th the qualit of a workpllace impacts productivity a efficienci in City
e              f             s,          hat         ty                                      and         ies
operations. Some indicato of these that have be
o             S             ors                                    ed
                                                      een measure and comp                                le
                                                                               parisons that are availabl include
turnover, perc             e
               centage of employee rev  views comple eted on time, and dollars spent on w
                                                                   ,           s            workers comp pensation.
Although turn
A                           rs
              nover number are below the ICMA median, there has been s
                                        w            m            e                                      number to
                                                                                some fluctuation in this n
warrant additional monitoring and attent
w                                                    e             e           nts
                                         tion. On-time performance assessmen were well below compa       arables for
other cities. The City Mana
o             T              ager has aga placed add
                                        ain          ditional emph asis on comp              mance review on time
                                                                               pleting perform           ws
 o
to promote em mployee satissfaction. Workkers compens                          han           an
                                                      sation claims were less th the media of all jurisd dictions, a
reflection of our strong safe program.
r                           ety




                                                      Page 63
                                      Workers Compen               per 100 FTEs
                                                   nsation Claimes p

                              12.0

                              10.0

                                8.0

                                6.0

                                4.0

                                2.0

                                0.0
                                            2008              2009              2010E

                                     wnee
                                  Shaw                er for Performance  Management Medi an
                                             ICMA Cente




Programs
P      s

 Animal Licennsing                                                                    e
                                                                         Performance Measureme  ent
            ministration
 Benefits Adm                                                            Prosecutionn
 Budget, Fore            nitoring
             ecast and Mon                                               Public Inform
                                                                                     mation
             ice
 Citizen Servi Request System (CSR)
                         S        )                                      Records Ma  anagement
 City Administration                                                                Employment
                                                                         Recruiting/E
 CityRide                                                                Safety/Work            sation
                                                                                     kers Compens
 Economic De evelopment                                                               en        e
                                                                         Senior Citize Telephone Rebates
 Employee Re  elations                                                               Non        cial
                                                                         Support of N City Spec Events
 HR Administ tration                                                     Support Ser rvices
 Legal Administration                                                    Sustainabilitty
 Minutes                                                                 Wellness
 Licensing


Note: Program shown in it
N           ms                       ne
                        talics are don in partnership with other departments or outside a
                                                               r           s            agencies.




                                                        Page 64
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: All Divisions                                                                              101.120
                                                   ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009             2010             2010            2011
         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                              $     812,472    $     871,592   $      811,300   $     797,500
 51120   FICA                                         58,448           67,075           61,500          61,100
 51130   KPERS                                        51,762           68,075           62,400          66,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                      36,432           31,675           35,100          35,100
 51140   Overtime                                      3,987            5,000              500             -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                         923            1,025            1,100           1,100
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              1,791            1,850            1,800           1,800
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                    70,970           88,500           81,600          86,500
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                     3,325            5,150            4,400           4,500
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                          985            1,050            1,300           1,300
         Total Personal Services                   1,041,095        1,140,992        1,061,000       1,055,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                      39,044           44,000           41,000          41,800
 52120   Telecommunications                            2,348            3,500            2,600           2,600
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      9,040           23,300           17,400          17,200
 52140   Education                                    12,714           18,800           13,500          15,000
 52160   Car Allowance                                12,254           11,800           11,800          11,800
 52310   Printing                                      7,108            8,300            8,100           8,300
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising               21,843           40,000           35,000          35,000
 52410   Building & Content Insurance                  2,967            3,100            2,400           2,500
 52411   General Liability Insurance                  13,081           13,700            9,700          10,200
 52475   Public Official Bonds                        27,912           53,000           33,800          31,800
 52510   Utilities                                    38,818           64,100           41,000          43,100
 52520   Buildings - Operation & Maintenance          90,688           95,100           95,100          95,100
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                    -                200              200             200
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                 14,592           28,100           20,000          20,000
 52630   Rent Equipment                                  860            1,400              900             900
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                         21,370           27,100           26,000          26,300
 52790   Other Contractual Service                   278,750          286,800          286,800         286,800
 52810   Sales Tax                                         8              200              200             200
 52820   Elections                                       -             52,000           65,500             -
 52851   Professional Services                       462,848          518,600          541,700         570,300
 52854   Professional Services Technology                -                -             31,800          31,800
         Total Contractual Services                1,056,244        1,293,100        1,284,500       1,250,900

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                               17,286         31,500           20,500          20,500
 53590   Books & Film                                   1,557          4,200            2,900           2,900
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                          362          8,100            1,500             500
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                      14,710         21,500           21,500          21,500
 53875   Technology                                     1,867         32,300              500             500
         Total Commodities                             35,782         97,600           46,900          45,900




                                                   Page 65
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: All Divisions                                                              101.120
                                         ACTUAL         BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                    2009           2010           2010         2011


         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfer to Capital Projects         14,417           -          50,000        50,000
         Total Transfers                      14,417           -          50,000        50,000

         REFUNDS
 59000   Refunds                              19,098        23,500        30,000        33,500
         Total Refunds                        19,098        23,500        30,000        33,500

         TOTAL                          $ 2,166,635    $ 2,555,192   $ 2,472,400   $ 2,435,900




                                          Page 66
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: City Man
D                        1.120.010
                 nager 101

The
T City Manager is the chief administr                               nd         he                        delivery of
                                        rative officer of the City an ensures th efficient and effective d
all          es                         ablished by th City Counc
a City service to citizens at levels esta             he            cil.

                                                          ditures by T
                                                     Expend          Type

                                             Contractual 
                                                          Com
                                                            mmodities
                                               ervices
                                              Se
                                                              1%
                                                 8%




                                                                                             sonal 
                                                                                          Pers
                                                                                             vices
                                                                                          Serv
                                                                                             1%
                                                                                            91


Staffing
S
                               A
                               Actual 2009                                   010
                                                                     Budget 20                             udget 2011
                                                                                                          Bu                             +
                                                                                                                                   2011 +/-
                                                                                                 Full-                                   on
                                                                                                                                   Positio
                   Full-Time    Part-Time      easonal
                                              Se              Time
                                                         Full-T       Part-Tim
                                                                             me    Seasonal                art-Time
                                                                                                          Pa            Seasonal   Chang ge
                                                                                                 Time
City
C Manager              1            -            -          1              -          -            1          -             -
Executive
E
Assistant
A                      1            -            -          1              -          -               -       -             -         -
Assistant to the
A
City
C Manager              1            -            -           -             -          -           -           -             -          -
 ntern
In                     -            -            -           -             -          1           1           -             -        -.25
      Total            3            -            -          2              -          1           2           -             -        -.25




                                                                 Page 67
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: City Manager                                                                      101.120.010
                                                 ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                            2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $        223,578    $     223,692   $     206,700   $     187,800
 51120   FICA                                       14,195           17,275          15,900          14,400
 51130   KPERS                                      14,599           17,500          16,100          15,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                    10,049            8,150           9,700           9,700
 51140   Overtime                                    2,093            2,000             500             -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                       180              200             200             200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              524              525             500             500
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                  13,380           17,100          11,800          12,500
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                     278            1,675             700             700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                        278              275             300             300
         Total Personal Services                   279,154          288,392         262,400         241,800

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                             454             900             500             500
 52130   Transportation/Reception                     4,876           9,200           8,300           7,800
 52140   Education                                    2,269           3,200           3,200           3,200
 52160   Car Allowance                                8,515           8,200           8,200           8,200
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                   -               100             100             100
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                         1,643           3,200           3,000           3,000
         Total Contractual Services                  17,758          24,800          23,300          22,800

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                              1,673           2,800           1,800           1,800
 53590   Books & Films                                  -               100             100             100
         Total Commodities                            1,673           2,900           1,900           1,900


         TOTAL                               $     298,585    $     316,092   $     287,600   $     266,500




   The City Manager and staff will continue in 2011 to be involved in the National League of Cities
   (NLC); League of Kansas Municipalities, International City Management Association (ICMA); Kansas
   Association of City Managers and the Kansas City Area Development Council (KCADC) annual
   conferences. Training for NLC is budgeted at $3,795 and membership in KACM.




                                                 Page 68
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: Legal 10
D                         0
                 01.120.020

The
T Legal Div                es
            vision include the City At
                                     ttorney and th City Prose
                                                  he         ecutor. The City Attorney provides leg advice
                                                                                     y             gal
and         y              C
a advocacy to the City Council, City Manager, and department and the Cit Prosecutor upholds the laws and
                                                  d          ts          ty          r            e
ordinances of the City throu prosecution in Municip Court.
o           f              ugh                    pal

                                                          ditures by T
                                                     Expend          Type

                                                             mmodities
                                                           Com
                                                               1%


                                                                                              Personal 
                                                                                               ervices
                                                                                              Se
                                                                                                37%
                                                                                                3




                                  Contractual 
                                   Services
                                     62%




Staffing
S
                                Actual 2009                                   10
                                                                     Budget 201                                get
                                                                                                            Budg 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                   Position
                    Full-Time    P
                                 Part-Time      asonal
                                              Sea        Full-Time    Part-Time
                                                                              e    Seasonal     Full-Time   Part-Time       onal
                                                                                                                        Seaso      Change
City
C Attorney              -            1           -           -             1          -             -          1           -          -
S
Senior Prosecutor       -            1           -           -             1          -             -          1           -          -
P
Prosecutor              -            1           -           -             1          -             -          1           -          -
Legal Assistant
L                       -            1           -           -             1          -             1          -           -          -
      Total             -            4           -           -             4          -             1          3           -         .25




                                                                 Page 69
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: Legal                                                                               101.120.020

                                                   ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $          119,834    $     145,100   $     116,200   $     144,600
 51120   FICA                                          8,723           11,100           8,900          11,100
 51130   KPERS                                         6,130           11,300           9,000          12,100
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       5,171            5,250           5,000           5,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          61               50             100             100
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                245              250             300             300
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                    10,544           12,000          19,800          21,000
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                       646              775           1,000           1,000
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                          142              175             200             200
         Total Personal Services                     151,496          186,000         160,500         195,400

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                              904            1,200           1,000           1,000
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      1,385            3,300           3,000           3,000
 52140   Education                                       368            3,800           3,400           3,400
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                         11,436           12,300          13,500          13,500
 52851   Professional Services                       271,137          305,000         305,000         305,000
         Total Contractual Services                  285,230          325,600         325,900         325,900

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                1,442           2,000           1,800             1,800
 53590   Books & Films                                    352             500             500               500
 53875   Technology                                     1,331             -               -                 -
         Total Commodities                              3,124           2,500           2,300             2,300



         TOTAL                                 $     439,851    $     514,100   $     488,700   $     523,600




    The City Attorney and other legal fees are budgeted in the Legal Division at $305,000 in 2011.
    Access to on-legal research allows the Prosecutors help in handling court cases and is budgeted at
    $10,000. Memberships and dues for the Kansas Bar Association, Johnson County Bar, the Kansas
    Supreme Court, International Association of Chief of Police, the Law Library, the Kansas Continuing
    Legal Education Commission, the Kansas Attorney’s Association and the International Municipal
    Lawyer’s Association are budgeted at $3,520.




                                                   Page 70
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: City Cler 101.120.030
D                 rk

The City Cle
T           erk’s Office maintains of                 ecords, issue animal, b
                                        fficial City re             es                        d
                                                                                  business and regulatory licenses,
coordinates with County election offic on all ele
c            w                          ce            ections, and provides su               ces activities including
                                                                                 upport servic
switchboard, mailing servic
s            m            ces, central ca concentra
                                        ash                         egistration and general cus
                                                      ation, voter re                                     ce.
                                                                                              stomer servic

                                                        ditures by T
                                                   Expend          Type


                                                          mmodities
                                                        Com
                                                            1%
                                   Contractuaal 
                                    Services
                                      26%




                                                                                        Personnal 
                                                                                             ces
                                                                                        Servic
                                                                                            %
                                                                                          73%


Staffing
S
                              ctual 2009
                             Ac                                   Budget 201 0                               get
                                                                                                          Budg 2011              2011+/-
                                                                                                                                  Position
                 Full-Time    P
                              Part-Time      asonal
                                           Sea               me
                                                      Full-Tim     Part-Time     Seasonal     Full-Time     rt-Time
                                                                                                          Par             onal
                                                                                                                      Seaso       Change
Assistant City
A
Manager
M                   1             -           -          1              -           -                1        -          -           -
C Clerk
City                1             -           -          1              -           -                1        -          -           -
Assistant City
A
Clerk
C                   2             -           -          2              -           -                2        -          -           -
Citizen
C
 nformation
In
S
Specialist          1             -           -          1              -           -                1        -          -           -
Project
P
S
Specialist           -            1           -           -             1           -                -       1           -           -
     Total          5             1           -          5              1           -                5       1           -           -




                                                              Page 71
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: City Clerk                                                                            101.120.030

                                                    ACTUAL            BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009              2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           317,359     $     337,500   $     328,300   $     301,000
 51120   FICA                                          24,268            26,000          24,500          23,000
 51130   KPERS                                         21,296            26,400          24,900          25,200
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       14,406            12,275          13,900          13,900
 51140   Overtime                                       1,894             2,500             -               -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          527               600             600             600
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                 707               725             700             700
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     35,295            45,900          36,500          38,700
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      1,432             1,700           1,600           1,700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           386               400             500             500
         Total Personal Services                      417,570           454,000         431,500         405,300

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                                989            1,400           1,100           1,100
 52130   Transportation/Reception                        1,914            6,300           5,200           4,600
 52140   Education                                       4,803            5,500           5,500           5,500
 52160   Car Allowance                                   3,738            3,600           3,600           3,600
 52310   Printing                                        2,461            2,500           2,600           2,800
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                 21,195           30,000          30,000          30,000
 52475   Public Official Bonds                               50             400             400             400
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                      -                100             100             100
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                      610              900             800             800
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                            1,411            2,800           1,700           1,800
 52820   Elections                                                       52,000          65,500             -
 52851   Professional Services                          49,861           44,900          40,500          63,900
 52854   Professional Services Technology                  -                -            28,500          28,500
         Total Contractual Services                     87,033          150,400         185,500         143,100

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 5,517            7,000           5,400           5,400
 53590   Books & Films                                     207              300             300             300
 53875   Technology                                         85           29,000             500             500
         Total Commodities                               5,809           36,300           6,200           6,200

         TOTAL                                  $     510,411     $     640,700   $     623,200   $     554,600


     The City Clerk Division is responsible for maintaining official records for the City. $30,000 is
     allocated for legal publications, notice of abatements, public hearings and promoting City activities
     such as Tidy Town. Recording and transcribing the minutes of City Council meetings is estimated
     at $20,000. Membership dues and training for the City Clerk for the International Institute of
     Municipal Clerks and the City Clerk and Municipal Finance Officers Association are budgeted at
     $5,600. In addition, $38,500 is budgeted in 2011 for the City Ride program that is funded by a
     partnership between the City, Johnson County Transit, and local businesses. The program
     enables all residents to ride the bus for one dollar, but specifically targets senior citizens.




                                                    Page 72
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: Human Resource 101.120.040
D               R      es

The         R
T Human Resource func                                 r             nctions of hu
                           ction has responsibility for city-wide fun           uman resources including recruiting,
policies, empl
p                          es,
             loyee activitie employee relations, maintaining all personnel re              pensation, benefits and
                                                                                ecords, comp
worker’s comp
w            pensation.



                                                       ditures by T
                                                  Expend          Type

                                                         ties
                                                  Commodit
                                                     6%




                            C
                            Contractual 
                              Services                                                     Personal 
                                                                                           P
                                39%                                                        Services
                                                                                           S
                                                                                             55%




Staffing
S
                            A
                            Actual 2009                                    10
                                                                  Budget 201                              dget 2011
                                                                                                        Bud                      2011 +/--
                                                                                                                                 Position
                Full-Time    Part-Time     Seasonal         ime
                                                      Full-Ti              e
                                                                   Part-Time    Seasonal    Full-Time     art-Time
                                                                                                         Pa              sonal
                                                                                                                      Seas       Change
Human
H
Resources
R
M
Manager            1             -            -          1              -          -            1            -           -           -
Human
H
Resources
R
C
Coordinator         -            1            -           -             1          -            -           1            -           -
Human
H
Resources
R
A
Assistant           -            1            -           -             1          -            -           1            -           -
     Total         1             2            -          1              2          -            1           2            -           -




                                                              Page 73
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: Human Resources                                                                      101.120.040

                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT .# CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           151,702    $     165,300   $     160,100   $      164,100
 51120   FICA                                          11,261           12,700          12,200           12,600
 51130   KPERS                                          9,737           12,875          12,400           13,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                        6,806            6,000           6,500            6,500
 51140   Overtime                                         -                500             -                -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          156              175             200              200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                 314              350             300              300
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     11,750           13,500          13,500           14,300
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                        969            1,000           1,100            1,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           178              200             300              300
         Total Personal Services                      192,875          212,600         206,600          213,100

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52130   Transportation/Reception                         561            2,000             900            1,800
 52140   Education                                      5,274            6,300           1,400            2,900
 52310   Printing                                         -                500             200              200
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                   649           10,000           5,000            5,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           6,880            8,800           7,800            8,000
 52851   Professional Services                        112,222          116,100         126,000          130,300
 52854   Professional Services Technology                 -                -             3,300            3,300
         Total Contractual Services                   125,585          143,700         144,600          151,500

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 1,662           5,000           2,400            2,400
 53590   Books & Films                                     998           3,300           2,000            2,000
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                           362           8,100           1,500              500
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                       14,710          21,500          21,500           21,500
 53875   Technology                                        451           3,300             -                -
         Total Commodities                              18,183          41,200          27,400           26,400


         TOTAL                                  $     336,643    $     397,500   $     378,600   $      391,000




    The Human Resources Division budget includes funds for administration of the City’s employee
    benefit program. Professional services include $6,000 for administration of the City’s flexible
    spending account benefit, $8,000 for Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services, $61,471 for
    actuarial, legal and investment services for the City’s Retirement Program, and $26,250 for a
    benefit consultant to help insure the most cost effective and beneficial health and dental
    insurance plans for City employees. In addition, costs for the City’s annual benefit fair, Safety
    Program and wellness program area allocated in the Human Resource Division budget.




                                                    Page 74
Departm
D           C            s      e
      ment: City Manager’s Office
Division: General Overhead 101.120
D                                0.050

This budget re
T                          ead                                                    h                          entified for
              eflects overhe costs for city hall and related facilitiies along with other costs not easily ide
proportion to other departm
p             o            ments.



                                                  ditures by T
                                             Expend          Type




                                                                    ommodities
                                                                   Co
                                                                      3%
                                                                                  ransfers
                                                                                 Tr
                                                                                    13%



                                                                                       Refunds
                                                                                         9%



                          Contractual 
                           Services
                             75%




                                                        Page 75
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: General Overhead                                                                       101.120.050

                                                     ACTUAL           BUDGET           REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                2009             2010              2010           2011
        CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110 Postage                                   $      39,044    $      44,000    $      41,000   $      41,800
 52130 Transportation/Reception                            304            2,500              -               -
 52310 Printing                                          4,647            5,300            5,300           5,300
 52410 Building & Content Insurance                      2,967            3,100            2,400           2,500
 52411 General Liability Insurance                      13,081           13,700            9,700          10,200
 52475 Public Official Bonds                            27,862           52,600           33,400          31,400
 52510 Utilities                                        38,818           64,100           41,000          43,100
 52520 Buildings -Operations/Maint                      90,688           95,100           95,100          95,100
 52534 Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                     13,982           27,200           19,200          19,200
 52630 Rent-Machinery & Equipment                          860            1,400              900             900
 52810 Sales Tax                                             8              200              200             200
 52851 Professional Services                            13,813           12,600           30,200          31,100
        Total Contractual Services                     246,073          321,800          278,400         280,800

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                  6,993          14,700            9,100           9,100
         Total Commodities                                6,993          14,700            9,100           9,100

          TRANSFERS
 58000    Transfers to Other Funds                       14,417                -          50,000          50,000
          Total Transfers                                14,417                -          50,000          50,000

         REFUNDS
 59000   Refunds                                         19,098          23,500           30,000          33,500
         Total Refunds                                   19,098          23,500           30,000          33,500

         TOTAL                                   $     286,581    $     360,000    $     367,500   $     373,400


     This budget allocates $41,800 for postage, which includes $4,500 for postage used to mail the
     CityLine publication three times a year. City Hall utilities are budgeted at $43,050; janitorial
     services at $38,147; and general building maintenance at $38,150. Insurance for City Hall and
     insurance fees for all City departments are included at $31,200. In addition, $8,800 in expenses
     for copy paper and supplies for City Hall copiers are included in this budget.




                                                     Page 76
Department: City Manager's Office
Division: Economic Development                                                       101.120.060
 The Shawnee Economic Development Council (SEDC) was established to promote the general
 welfare of Shawnee, including but not limited to fostering and encouraging all facets of quality
 economic development-industrial, commercial and residential-which will have a significant impact on
 the economic growth of the community. The City has a contract with the Shawnee Economic
 Development Council to provide services related to economic development. The City of Shawnee,
 the Shawnee Area Chamber of Commerce and members of the business community are partners
 and contribute financially to the SEDC effort.




                                                  ACTUAL         BUDGET       REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                             2009           2010          2010         2011

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52790   Other Contractual Services                278,750         286,800      286,800       286,800
 52851   Professional Services                      15,815          40,000       40,000        40,000
         Total Contractual Services                294,565         326,800      326,800       326,800


         TOTAL                                $    294,565   $     326,800   $ 326,800     $ 326,800




    The 2011 Shawnee Economic Development Council contract is budgeted at $286,800 and
    $20,000 of this is earmarked for special projects. This budget also provides for $40,000 for
    City related economic development projects.




                                                      Page 77
Departm
D            nforma
      ment: In           echnolo
                  ation Te     ogy
Division: Informat
D                        hnology 101.140
                 tion Tech

The Information Technolo
T                                                    s                        d
                         ogy Department provides technology service and support to all City dep         partments,
assisting users in the eff
a                                      e
                          fective and efficient utilization of the system; ensu                         nd
                                                                               uring that information an system
resources are accessible and usable by maintaining system uptim and availability; and e
r            e            a            y             g             me                                    ntegrity of
                                                                                           ensuring the in
applications and data by maintaining str
a            a           m             rong security and system r             cedures.
                                                                  recovery proc

                                                       ditures by T
                                                  Expend          Type


                                                           Outlay
                                                   Capital O
                                         odities
                                     Commo
                                                        8%%
                                         %
                                        3%




                            C
                            Contractual 
                              Services
                                31%                                                      ersonal 
                                                                                        Pe
                                                                                        S ervices
                                                                                           58%




                                                            S
                                                            Staffing
                                                                                                                          2011
                              ual
                           Actu 2009                         Budget 2010                                11
                                                                                               Budget 201
                                                                                                                        Positions
                                                                                                                        P
                   Full-     Part-
                             P                      Full-       Part-                 Ful l-      Part-                    +/-
                                       Seasonal                             easonal
                                                                           Se                                Seasonal
                   Time      T
                             Time                   Time        Time                  Tim
                                                                                        me        Time
 nformation
In
Technology
T
D
Director            1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
Manager Network
M
& Systems           1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
Network Admin
N                   1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
Senior Info Tech
S
A
Administrator       1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
 nfo
In Tech
Specialist
S                   3          -           -         3            -           -         3           -           -           -
GIS
G Manager           1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
GIS
G Specialist        1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
Web
W Specialist/
A
Admin Asst          1          -           -         1            -           -         1           -           -           -
      Total         10         -           -         10           -           -         0
                                                                                       10           -           -           -




                                                             Page 78
Departme Highlights
D      ent
            tained 276 PC 115 laptops, 40 server 13 LAN’s, 11 network p
        Maint            C’s,                         rs,                                     90            n
                                                                                printers, and 9 workstation printers
        Respo            06
             onded to 4,30 problem/re  equest tickets with an aver                            hours
                                                                   rage resolution time of 24 h
        Suppo            00
             orted over 60 Lotus Notes mail & application db’s
        Suppo                                          00         ws
             orted City websites receiving over 60,00 page view per month
            tained 283 lay
        Maint                          ata            ort          for
                         yers of GIS da that suppo activities f all other ciity departmen     nts
        Comppleted implem               ew           one
                         mentation of ne VOIP pho system.
                          r                            all          tic
        Implemented Fiber Optic network to Town Ha and Aquat Center poo          ol
                                                     nd
        Implemented new branded City web sites an employee i ntranet webs       site
        Devel            ation Technology Strategic Plan
             loped Informa                           c
        Implemented elect              eets for all Cit staff except Police and F
                          tronic timeshe              ty             t           Fire
        Suppo                          ew            car            eo          nd
             orted implementation of ne Police in-c digital vide system an software
                                       g              rk
        Implemented document imaging for City Cler application - contracts, f                 nd
                                                                                 franchises, an City prope erties
                          al           c             he
        Implemented virtua servers to consolidate th number of physical serv                  D
                                                                                 vers (Net YTD reduction -110)
        Launc            ee            ent
             ched Shawne Developme Center ap         pplication suppporting commmercial and pr             pment
                                                                                              rivate develop
        Moved the City weebsite(s) hosting from exter                to
                                                      rnal provider t internal servers


Information Techn       erforman Measu
                nology Pe      nce   ures
Strategic Goa Living wit
S              al:         thin our meanns
Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be ma
E             n             a            s             aximized. Th City has b
                                                                  he                         e
                                                                               become more and more te    echnology
driven in orde to more efficiently serve the public. Residents can enroll for a Parks and Re
d            er                                       R           n                                       ss
                                                                                             ecreation clas on-line,
pay           ay                        nter           on
p tickets, pa business licenses or en informatio about a br                     ght,                      er
                                                                  roken streetlig a pot hole or any othe concern
                          y,            s                         e                           s
they have 24 hours a day seven days a week. The greater the percentage of computers and server that are   rs
operational, th more oppo
o             he                                                  ters to do their day-to-day work. The In
                          ortunity City staff has to use the comput                                       nformation
Technology Department wi continue to work to keep this number as high as p
T            D              ill                       p           r            possible.

                                                                           2008                  20099         2010
                                                                          Actual                Actuall       ected
                                                                                                          Proje
    Number of LANS
            o                                                                 13                     3
                                                                                                    13           13
            o
    Number of Users                                                          325                     0
                                                                                                   300          300
            S           e
    Network Server Uptime (Percent)                                         99.8                     8
                                                                                                  99.8          99.8
            o
    Number of Servers                                                         32                     0
                                                                                                    50           36
    Number of Problem Tic
            o           ckets Closed                                       4,560                 4,738
                                                                                                     8        5,149


                                                     ervices ‐ Perce
                                        Application Se             ent of Repair 
                                           Calls Resoolved Within 2 4 Hours


                                      %
                                   100%
                                      %
                                    80%
                                      %
                                    60%
                                      %
                                    40%
                                      %
                                    20%
                                      %
                                     0%
                                                      8
                                                   2008                     2009
                                        nee
                                    Shawn              er for Performance  Management Mediian
                                              ICMA Cente




                                                          Page 79
Programs
Application and GIS Support   Network Support
Desktop Support               Telephone System & Communication Support
I T Administration




                                     Page 80
Department: Information Technology
Division: Information Technology                                                                   101.140
                                                 ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                            2009             2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         776,174   $     748,800   $      762,200   $     762,100
 51120   FICA                                        56,971          57,400           58,300          58,300
 51130   KPERS                                       48,283          58,250           59,100          63,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                     33,080          27,100           31,800          31,800
 51140   Overtime                                       201           1,600              -               -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                        900             950            1,100           1,200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance             1,620           1,650            1,600           1,700
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                   79,640          86,800           95,100         100,800
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                    3,232           3,350            3,500           3,600
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                         931             900            1,200           1,200
         Total Personal Services                  1,001,031         986,800        1,013,900       1,024,400

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                         210,797         211,500         211,500          211,500
 52130   Transportation/Reception                     2,030           2,800           2,500            2,500
 52140   Education                                    7,952          12,000          12,000           12,000
 52160   Car Allowance                                5,608           5,400           5,400            5,400
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                        250             300             400              400
 52520   Buildings - Operations/Maint.               10,885          15,000          15,000           15,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                   471             800             800              800
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                34,821          45,400          45,400           45,400
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           121             400             300              300
 52851   Professional Services                      303,991         317,300         264,000          244,000
         Total Contractual Services                 576,926         610,900         557,300          537,300

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                             11,007          10,000           9,000            9,000
 53530   Gasoline/Diesel                              1,421             700             600              600
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                    40,587          45,100          45,100           45,100
 53875   Technology                                   9,633             -               -                -
         Total Commodities                           62,648          55,800          54,700           54,700

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54430   Communicatons Equipment                     23,071          25,000          25,000           25,000
 54440   Office Furn. & Eq. (>5,000)                111,687         124,000         124,000          110,000
         Total Capital Outlay                       134,758         149,000         149,000          135,000


         TOTAL                                $ 1,775,363     $ 1,802,500     $ 1,774,900      $ 1,751,400



   This Division is esponsible for paying software license fees for the entire city, $188,000. San
   Storage System takes up $49,000 of this budget and $27,500 is allowed for equipment to support
   system performance and data iintegrity. Development support from outside consultants is
   needed from time to time to assist staff with GIS, Lotus Notes, M-Track and other general
   applications, $56,000.


                                                 Page 81
Departm
D           F     e
      ment: Finance
Division: All Divisions 101.150
D

The       D           ncludes Finan and Municipal Court.
T Finance Department in           nce

                                                ures by Div
                                        Expenditu         vision

                                      vision
                                    Div                            Budget
                                      nance
                                    Fin                             $575,100
                                    Muunicipal Court                $524,600
                                    Total                         $1,099,700


                                               ditures by T
                                          Expend          Type


                                             Commodities
                                     tual 
                              Contract
                                                 %
                                                4%
                                     es
                               Service
                                 16%




                                                                     Personal 
                                                                     Services
                                                                       80%


Departme Highlights
D      ent
       Proceessed 6,737 Accounts Pa               s
                                      ayable checks
                         oll
       Issued 9,907 payro checks
       Recei            B
             ived GFOA Budget award
       Recei            C
             ived GFOA CAFR award
            med
       Assum managem     ment of new Inventory Dat tabase
            med
       Assum managem                   C           ct
                         ment of new Capital Projec Application n
            med
       Assum managem     ment of new IRB Applicatioon
       Proceessed more th 11,030 co payments for over $1. 9 million in re
                         han          ourt         s                         evenue
                                       ude                      odes violations
       Filed 16,105 court cases to inclu criminal, traffic and co
       Recov             han           i          nue
             vered more th $16,000 in court reven in 2009 u sing two colle    ection firms
                         ne                       kets
       Implemented on-lin payments for traffic tick




                                                       Page 82
Performa
P              sures
       ance Meas
Strategic Goa Living wit
S              al:                     ns
                           thin our mean
Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be max
E             n            a                      ximized. A co                           milar populatio within
                                                               omparison of cities with sim             ons
the County sh              ee           t         y            apita rate.
              hows Shawne operates at substantially lower per ca


                                                     ditures Per Cap
                                                Expend             pita

                                 $2,500

                                 $2,000

                                 $1,500

                                 $1,000

                                   $500

                                     $0
                                                        8
                                                     2008                          2009
                                     Shawnee             unty Cities w/ popullation > 30,000 Med
                                               Johnson Cou                                     dian



Strategic Goa Economic Developmen
S           al:         c           nt
Support and promote quality developme to create a sustainable community p
S           p                       ent                                               gh           life.
                                                                        providing a hig quality of l

The City’s overall financial health is a result of the policies and managemen of the City’s resources, including
T                                                                                 nt
both financial and human capital. The community’s well being is the result of years of effo to diversify revenue
b                            c                                       s            f              ort           y
sources; to provide a sta
s              p                                         d                        d
                            able tax environment; and to attract a strong and diversified economic ba          ase while
providing a sa and attrac
p              afe                                       y’s         maintain challlenges and su
                            ctive place to live. The City ability to m                                        mmunity’s
                                                                                                 ustain the com
quality of life is best quantified by an ex
q               i                                        r           y            nsistently, rate the City’s uninsured
                                          xternal credit rating agency that has con              ed
general obliga
g                                         de
                ation bonds as high-grad investment quality bon      nds. In 2010, the City’s r rating was af ffirmed by
Moody’s (Aa2) reflecting a confidence th the City ca continue to meet its fina
M                                          hat           an           o            ancial obligattions.

                                                                                  2009            2010       2011
                                                                                 Actual         Estimate   Projected
             N           P
             Number of AP Checks Proc   cessed                                    6,737            6,807       6,877
             N
             Number of Payroll Checks/V Vouchers Issued                           9,907            9,907       9,907
             G
             GFOA Certific              ence in Financial Reporting
                          cate of Excelle                         g                   1                1           1
             G                          et
             GFOA Distinguished Budge Award                                           1                1           1
             C            n
             Cases Filed in Court                                                16,105          14,732      17,678
             Appeals
             A                                                                        6                3           5
             Diversion Cases
             D                                                                      605              566         623
             P
             Probation Casses                                                       564              442         486


Programs
P      s
           unts and Repo
       Accou             orts                                         ee         t
                                                               *Employe Retirement Plans
                         on/Clerks
       Court Administratio                                     Risk Man agement
       Debt Management
            M

Note: Program shown in it
N           ms          talics are don in partnership with other departments or outside a
                                     ne                        r           s            agencies.
            duced beginni January 1, 2010
* Program red           ing          1

                                                            Page 83
Department: Finance
Division: All Divisions                                                                          101.150
                                                ACTUAL           BUDGET          BUDGET          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                           2009             2010            2010E           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                           $     684,972    $     687,700   $     657,300   $     646,800
 51120   FICA                                      50,698           53,000          51,000          49,600
 51130   KPERS                                     44,482           53,725          51,800          54,200
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                   29,846           25,050          28,700          28,700
 51140   Overtime                                   4,051            5,000           2,500           2,500
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                    1,119            1,900           1,400           1,400
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance           1,795            1,825           1,400           1,400
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                 78,117           91,800          84,800          89,900
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                  3,822            4,000           3,900           3,900
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                       825              800           1,000           1,000
         Total Personal Services                  899,727          924,800         883,800         879,400

 52120   Telecommunications                         2,420            3,400           2,900           2,900
 52130   Transportation/Reception                   9,241           15,000           6,200           5,900
 52140   Education                                  9,367           12,600           7,900           9,900
 52160   Car Allowance                              5,608            5,400           5,400           5,400
 52310   Printing                                   1,372            1,300           1,300           1,200
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising             3,360            4,000           3,800           3,800
 52475   Public Official Bonds                        780              300             300             300
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                 236              300             300             300
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                  39              500             100             500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                       3,401            2,900           3,500           3,500
 52780   Clothing Allowance                            70              200             200             200
 52851   Professional Services                    166,309          142,100         126,500         138,500
         Total Contractual Services               202,202          188,000         158,400         172,400

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                            12,628          17,500          10,800          10,800
 53590   Books & Films                                 420           2,000             600             600
 53610   Uniforms                                      601             500             500             500
 53875   Technology                                 33,862          46,000          46,000          36,000
         Total Commodities                          47,510          66,000          57,900          47,900


         TOTAL                              $ 1,149,440      $ 1,178,800     $ 1,100,100     $ 1,099,700




                                                Page 84
Departm
D           F     e
      ment: Finance
Division: Finance 101.150.2
D                         200

The Finance Division is re
T                                     or           al                        nsuring that statutory requirements
                          esponsible fo all financia operations of the City in
consistent with established and generally accepted accounting an auditing pro
c                         d                        a           nd                        e
                                                                             ocedures are met.

                                                         ditures by T
                                                    Expend          Type

                                                        Commod
                                                             dities
                                                           5%
                                    Contractuaal 
                                     Services
                                       20%




                                                                                       Personaal 
                                                                                             es
                                                                                       Service
                                                                                         75%




Staffing
S

                                ctual 2009
                               Ac                                              10
                                                                      Budget 201                             dget 2011
                                                                                                           Bud                      2011+/-
                                                                                                                                    Position
                   Full-Time    P
                                Part-Time      asonal
                                             Sea          Full-Time    Part-Time
                                                                               e    Seasonal   Full-Time     art-Time
                                                                                                            Pa           Seasonal   Change
F
Finance Director      1             -           -            1             -           -            1           -           -          -
A
Accounting Mgr        1             -           -            1             -           -            1           -           -          -
A
Accountant II         1             -           -            1             -           -            1           -           -          -
Sr
S Accountant          1             -           -            1             -           -            1           -           -          -
Accounts
A
Payable/Payroll
P
C
Clerk                 1             -           -            1             -           -            -           -           -         -1
     Total            5             -           -            5             -           -            4           -           -         -1




                                                                 Page 85
Department: Finance
Division: Finance                                                                              101.150.200
                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED            BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010              2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           349,971    $     358,000   $     327,000      $     308,500
 51120   FICA                                          25,723           27,450          25,000             23,600
 51130   KPERS                                         23,321           27,800          25,400             25,800
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       15,531           12,950          14,900             14,900
 51140   Overtime                                         -                500             500                500
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          456              950             600                600
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                 812              825             700                700
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     47,204           56,700          52,000             55,100
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      1,293            1,325           1,400              1,400
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           423              400             500                500
         Total Personal Services                      464,731          486,900         448,000            431,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                             1,362            1,800           1,600              1,600
 52130   Transportation/Reception                       2,267           10,600           3,900              3,600
 52140   Education                                      4,560            7,200           5,200              2,200
 52160   Car Allowance                                  5,608            5,400           5,400              5,400
 52310   Printing                                       3,360            4,000           3,800              3,800
 52475   Public Official Bonds                            300              300             300                300
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                     236              300             300                300
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           2,816            2,100           2,900              2,900
 52851   Professional Services                         93,464           93,200          83,900             95,900
         Total Contractual Services                   113,972          124,900         107,300            116,000

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 2,124           4,500           2,200              2,200
 53590   Books & Films                                     175           1,000             300                300
 53875   Technology                                     23,182          35,000          35,000             25,000
         Total Commodities                              25,482          40,500          37,500             27,500


         TOTAL                                  $     604,185    $     652,300   $     592,800      $     575,100




     $25,000 is budgeted annually for the maintenance contract on the City’s financial software.
     Payroll services with ADP which includes tracking seasonal pool time and attendance and
     quarterly tax filing is budgeted in this division at $44,000. The annual audit which will be
     performed in early 2011 for the 2010 calendar year costs the city $26,677.




                                                    Page 86
Departm
D           F     e
      ment: Finance
Division: Municipa Court 101.150.2
D                al      1       210

Municipal Cou processes ordinance vi
M             urt         s                        pares for trialls, sends notiices, collects fines, and co
                                     iolations, prep                                                       oordinates
activities betw
a                          ce        nt
              ween the Polic Departmen and the juddicial system.

                                                           ditures by T
                                                      Expend          Type

                                                        Commo
                                                            odities
                                             Contractual    %
                                                           4%
                                                rvices
                                              Ser
                                                1
                                                11%




                                                                                   Personal 
                                                                                   Services
                                                                                     85%
Staffing
S

                                 A
                                 Actual 2009                          Budget 20 10                            dget 2011
                                                                                                            Bud                      2011 +//-
                                                                                                                                            n
                                                                                                                                     Position
                     Full-Time   Part-Time      easonal
                                               Se               ime
                                                          Full-Ti              e
                                                                       Part-Time     Seasonal   Full-Time     art-Time
                                                                                                             Pa              sonal
                                                                                                                          Seas       Change e
Judge                    -           1            -           -             1            -          -           1            -           -
Municipal Court
M
M
Manager                 1            -            -          1              -            -         1            -            -           -
S Court Clerk
Sr.                     1            -            -          1              -            -         1            -            -           -
B
Bailiff                 -            1            -          -              -            -         -            -            -           -
C
Court Security Off      -            -            -          -              1            -         -            1            -           -
C
Court Clerk             4            -            -          4              -            -         3            -            -          -1
       Total            6            2            -          6              2            -         5            2            -          -1




                                                                  Page 87
Department: Finance
Division: Municipal Court                                                                       101.150.210
                                                     ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                2009             2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $            335,002    $     329,700   $     330,300    $       338,300
 51120   FICA                                           24,975           25,550          26,000             26,000
 51130   KPERS                                          21,161           25,925          26,400             28,400
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                        14,315           12,100          13,800             13,800
 51140   Overtime                                        4,051            4,500           2,000              2,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                           663              950             800                800
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                  984            1,000             700                700
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                      30,914           35,100          32,800             34,800
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                       2,530            2,675           2,500              2,500
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                            402              400             500                500
         Total Personal Services                       434,996          437,900         435,800            447,800

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                               1,058           1,600           1,300              1,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                         6,973           4,400           2,300              2,300
 52140   Education                                        4,807           5,400           2,700              7,700
 52310   Printing                                         1,372           1,300           1,300              1,200
 52475   Public Official Bonds                              480             -               -                  -
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                        39             500             100                500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                               585             800             600                600
 52780   Clothing Allowance                                  70             200             200                200
 52851   Professional Services                           72,845          48,900          42,600             42,600
         Total Contractual Services                      88,230          63,100          51,100             56,400

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 10,503          13,000           8,600              8,600
 53590   Books & Films                                      245           1,000             300                300
 53610   Uniforms                                           601             500             500                500
 53875   Technology                                      10,680          11,000          11,000             11,000
         Total Commodities                               22,029          25,500          20,400             20,400


         TOTAL                                   $     545,255    $     526,500   $     507,300    $       524,600




     A part-time public defender is budgeted at $30,000 to assist Municipal Court employees with
     trials. Interpreting services are allocated at $4,700 to assist with non-English speaking citizens.
     $11,000 is paid for the annual maintenance contract on the court management software.




                                                     Page 88
Departm
D           P
      ment: Planning
Division: Planning 101.200
D                g       0

The Planning Department is responsible for providin profession planning s
T                                                 ng         nal                    maintain, enha
                                                                        services to m              ance, and
develop the city’s growth in a manner to provide adequate de
d            c                                                          opportunities for all land uses and
                                                             evelopment o
maintain a hig quality of life.
m            gh

                                               ditures by T
                                          Expend          Type


                                                 nsfers
                                    mmodities Tran
                                  Com
                                      1%         6%
                                                 6
                           Contractual 
                            Services
                              18%




                                                                   Personaal 
                                                                         es
                                                                   Service
                                                                     75%

Departme Highlights
D      ent
           essed 16 plats
       Proce             s
       Issued 283 sign pe             moved 1,005 illegal signs
                         ermits and rem
       Issued/reviewed 84 special use or special ev
                          4                        vent permits
           essed 10 rezo
       Proce             oning and variance applicaations
            ted          rs
       Updat 3 chapter of the Comprehensive Plan   P
           essed 30 site plans
       Proce
       Conducted 154 me               d            nd
                         eetings with developers an 146 site ins spections
       Comppleted compre               rite                       or
                         ehensive rewr of zoning regulations fo legal staff review
       Mana             C
           aged Safety Committee, res                            Workman’s Compensation premium
                                       sulted in 5% reduction in W
            ted         ent
       Updat departme fee schedu       ule
       Comp              ng           nt
           pleted Plannin Departmen paths in Sh    hawnee Deve  elopment Center
       Comp             C             y             d
           pleted I-435 Corridor Study and updated Comprehen     nsive Plan
           blished fourth neighborhood group in Ne
       Estab                           d           eighborhood I Improvement Program
            ted          on           gy           ce            nts
       Assist Informatio Technolog and Financ Departmen with creatiion of IRB dat      tabase
            n            m
       Began downtown marketing cam                S
                                      mpaign with SEDC




                                                   Page 89
Department: Planning
Division: Planning                                                                                   101.200

                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           399,769    $     395,800   $     388,900   $     389,500
 51120   FICA                                          29,373           30,500          30,000          30,000
 51130   KPERS                                         25,674           30,950          30,400          32,800
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       17,663           14,350          17,000          17,000
 51140   Overtime                                       2,965            2,700           2,700           2,700
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          540              950             700             700
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                 892              925             800             900
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     39,753           44,600          45,600          48,300
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      1,939            2,050           2,100           2,200
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           483              475             600             600
         Total Personal Services                      519,052          523,300         518,800         524,700

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                               454              564             600             600
 52130   Transportation/Reception                       2,042            4,250           3,700           3,800
 52140   Education                                      2,627            6,000           6,000           5,000
 52160   Car Allowance                                  5,608            5,400           5,400           5,400
 52310   Printing                                         -                300             300             300
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                   -                300             300             200
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                          250              300             200             200
 52475   Public Official Bonds                            -                100             100             -
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                     -                100             100             100
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                   1,334            1,600           1,600           1,600
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           3,373            3,540           3,500           3,200
 52790   Other Contractural Services                      250            1,200           1,200           1,200
 52851   Professional Services                             16           10,000          10,000          10,000
 52852   Professional Services Human Services          88,892           92,500          94,300          92,200
         Total Contractual Services                   104,845          126,154         127,300         123,800
         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 6,057           8,000           7,200           6,800
 53530   Gasoline                                          822             700             600             600
 53590   Books & Films                                     176             400             400             400
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                          -               600             600             400
         Total Commodities                               7,056           9,700           8,800           8,200

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfer to Other Funds                        25,000          50,000          25,000          40,000
         Total Transfer to Other Funds                  25,000          50,000          25,000          40,000

         TOTAL                                  $     655,953    $     709,154   $     679,900   $     696,700

    The Planning Division administers $10,000 in funds for the Utility Assistance Program and $14,000 for
    the Minor Home Repair Program to citizens who meet income requirements. $18,860 is allocated to
    United Community Services which then distributes to agencies that further the goals of building
    economic reliance for families and individuals to meet basic needs or protecting personal or
    community safety. The County HOME Match program is also administered from the Planning Division
    budget with an allocation of $19,300 to this program.

                                                    Page 90
Departm
D           D     pment Service
      ment: Develop     S     es
Division: All Divisions 101.210
D

The Develop
T             pment Servic ces Departm ment is respo                           esigning, cre
                                                        onsible for planning, de                      inspecting
                                                                                           eating and i
 nfrastructure that supports a high qualit of life in the community.
in                         s             ty             e

In the 2011 Budget year Development Services com
                        D              S          mbined all divi sions (Admin             pital Improvem
                                                                             nistration, Cap            ment, and
Private Develo
P                                                  out
             opment) into a unified department witho divisions.



                                               ditures by T
                                          Expend          Type

                                   Contractual  Commodities
                                     ervices
                                    Se             2%
                                      12%




                                                                 Personal 
                                                                 Services
                                                                   86%



Departme Highlights
D      ent
            ared Capital Im
        Prepa             mprovement Plan (CIP)
        Admin             apital projects
             nistered 17 ca             s
                          mprovement Permits
        Issued 17 Public Im             P
        Issued 250 Right-oof-Way Permits
                         C
        Issued 38 Street Cut Permits
        Accep             eet
             pted 11,027 fe of new su                eets and 11,7 feet of sto sewers
                                       ubdivision stre           792           orm
            ewed, process and resolved 130 Cust
        Revie             sed                                     e
                                                      tomer Service Requests
            ewed 2 Prelim
        Revie            minary Plats, 13 Final Plats, and 14 Site Plans that we submitted to the Plann
                                        1                                       ere      d            ning
        Commmission




                                                     Page 91
Staffing
                                                                                                                                                 2011 +/-
                                                     Actual 2009                       Budget 2010                      Budget 2011              Position
                                                                                                                                                 Change
                       Full-                           Part-                  Full-       Part-                 Full-     Part-
                                                                   Seasonal                          Seasonal                         Seasonal
                       Time                            Time                   Time        Time                  Time      Time
Development
Services
Director/City
Engineer                      1                          -            -        1            -                    1          -            -          -
Admin Assistant               1                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Development
Engineer                      1                          -            -         -          1            -         -         1            -          -
Development Review
Mgr                           1                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Senior Engineering
Inspector                     1                          1            -        2            -           -        2          -            -          -
Engineering
Inspector                     2                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Right-of-Way Tech             1                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Sr Project Engineer           2                          -            -        2            -           -        2          -            -          -
*Project Engineer             1                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Engineering
Technician                    2                          -            -        1            -           -        1          -            -          -
Engineering Aide              -                          -            1        -            -           -        -          -            -          -
Inspector                     -                          -            -        -            -           -        -          1            -         +.5

               Total     13                              1            1        11          1                     11         2            -         +.5


Please note Development Services combined divisions

*(1) Project Engineer funded with a transfer from Stormwater Fund



Performance Measures
Strategic Goal: Living within our means/Enhancing the Sense of Community

Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be maximized while also maintaining the quality of life for our
residents. Prior to 2008, the City has expended a constant amount for street resurfacing in order to maintain
infrastructure. Due to budget constraints in 2008 and 2009, 2010 the amount spent to resurface lane miles
dropped significantly in 2008 and had been zeroed out in the 2009 Budget. ARAA stimulus funds provided funding
for resurfacing in 2010. City funds attached with CARS (County Assistance Road System) funds will provide
limited amounts of resurfacing in 2011.



                                                60

                                                50
                        Lane Miles Resurfaced




                                                40

                                                30

                                                20

                                                10

                                                0
                                                         2005        2006      2007        2008        2009      2010      2011E


                                                                                      Page 92
Department: Development Services
Division: Development Services                                                                  101.210
                                               ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                          2009            2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $ 801,804        $     773,500   $      734,900   $     721,900
 51120   FICA                                 59,178              60,750           57,800          56,800
 51130   KPERS                                53,153              61,600           60,300          62,000
 51132   Supplemental Retirement              35,421              28,675           34,100          34,100
 51140   Overtime                              7,151              20,600           20,600          20,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance               1,119               1,210            1,400           1,400
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance     28,041              28,325           23,800          24,800
 51163   Employee Health Insurance            96,029             118,600          106,200         110,400
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance             3,986               5,475            4,100           4,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                  972                 965            1,200           1,200
         Total Personal Services           1,086,854           1,099,700        1,044,400       1,036,700

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                        6,222           6,400           6,400            5,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                  5,812          12,200          11,700            9,400
 52140   Education                                 5,451           7,300           7,300            8,700
 52160   Car Allowance                             5,607           5,400           5,400            5,400
 52310   Printing                                    265             500             300              300
 52340   Photography                                 132             300             200              200
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                   2,248           2,400           1,800            1,800
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                        618           7,300           4,000            4,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                190           1,000             900              400
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                631           2,200           2,000            2,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                      2,109           3,100           3,100            2,900
 52780   Clothing Allowance                        1,050             -             1,000            1,000
 52851   Professional Services                    60,117         119,000          99,000           57,000
 52854   Professional Services Technology            -               -            40,000           40,000
         Total Contractual Services               90,450         167,100         183,100          138,400

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                           4,778           8,000           5,400            5,400
 53530   Gasoline                                 10,221          12,000          10,800            4,100
 53590   Books & Films                               547             600             600              600
 53610   Uniforms                                    772           2,000           1,200            1,200
 53872   Engineering Supplies                        320           1,700           1,700            4,000
 53875   Technology                                  393          55,700          15,700            9,000
         Total Commodities                        17,031          80,000          35,400           24,300


         TOTAL                               $ 1,194,336   $ 1,346,800     $ 1,262,900      $ 1,199,400


    The maintenance contract for the engineering applications software is budgeted at $40,000
    which also includes ESRI Licenses. Outside engineering consulting is budgeted in 2011 at
    $50,000 and $5,000 for the KCMMB annual membership fee. Outside engineering consulting
    is budgeted in 2011 at $50,000 and $5,000 for the KCMMB annual membership fee.


                                               Page 93
Department: Development Services
Division: Administration                                                                     101.210.010
                                                  ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                             2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $        162,370     $     161,500   $     154,200   $     721,900
 51120   FICA                                       11,307            12,400          11,800          56,800
 51130   KPERS                                      11,027            12,550          12,000          62,000
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                     7,232             5,850           7,000          34,100
 51140   Overtime                                      -                 600             600          20,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                       180               200             200           1,400
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance            4,733             4,775           4,100          24,800
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                  13,141            15,100          15,200         110,400
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                     591               725             700           4,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                        200               200             200           1,200
         Total Personal Services                   210,781           213,900         206,000       1,036,700

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                           1,361            1,200           1,200           5,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                     3,098            3,600           3,100           9,400
 52140   Education                                    1,922            1,500           1,500           8,700
 52160   Car Allowance                                5,607            5,400           5,400           5,400
 52310   Printing                                       265              500             300             300
 52340   Photography                                    132              300             200             200
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                      2,248            2,400           1,800           1,800
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                             46           7,300           4,000           4,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                     10             200             100             400
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                   631            2,200           2,000           2,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           567              500             500           2,900
 52780   Clothing Allowance                             -                -               -             1,000
 52851   Professional Services                       52,697           39,000          19,000          57,000
 52854   Professional Services Technology               -                -            40,000          40,000
         Total Contractual Services                  68,583           64,100          79,100         138,400

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                              4,778            8,000           5,400           5,400
 53530   Gasoline                                       -                -               -             4,100
 53590   Books & Films                                    26             200             200             600
 53610   Uniforms                                       -                100             100           1,200
 53872   Engineering Supplies                           320            1,700           1,700           4,000
 53875   Technology                                       21          54,100          14,100           9,000
         Total Commodities                            5,145           64,100          21,500          24,300


         TOTAL                                $    284,509     $     342,100   $     306,600   $   1,199,400


     The maintenance contract for the engineering applications software is budgeted at $40,000
     which also includes ESRI Licenses. Outside engineering consulting is budgeted in 2011 at
     $50,000 and $5,000 for the KCMMB annual membership fee.



                                                  Page 94
Department: Development Services
Division: Capital Improvements                                                                 101.210.300
                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           361,151    $     338,700   $     304,900   $        -
 51120   FICA                                          27,396           26,675          24,100            -
 51130   KPERS                                         23,709           27,050          24,400            -
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       16,135           12,600          15,500            -
 51140   Overtime                                       2,972           10,000          10,000            -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          488              550             600            -
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              13,327           13,450          11,200            -
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     37,077           40,300          38,900            -
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      1,724            2,050           1,600            -
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           436              425             500            -
         Total Personal Services                      484,413          471,800         431,700            -

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                              2,592           2,600           2,600            -
 52130   Transportation/Reception                        1,617           5,100           5,100            -
 52140   Education                                       2,930           4,100           4,100            -
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                              433             -               -              -
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                       61             400             400            -
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                            1,090           1,600           1,600            -
 52780   Clothing Allowance                                525             -               400            -
 52851   Professional Services                             728          50,000          50,000            -
         Total Contractual Services                      9,975          63,800          64,200            -

         COMMODITIES
 53530   Gasoline                                        4,502           6,000           5,400            -
 53590   Books & Films                                     520             200             200            -
 53610   Uniforms                                          500             800             500            -
 53875   Technology                                        372           1,600           1,600            -
         Total Commodities                               5,894           8,600           7,700            -


         TOTAL                                  $     500,282    $     544,200   $     503,600   $        -




    In 2010E summer maintenance contract inspections are budgeted at $5,000 and other year
    round construction testing at $15,000. Outside engineering consultation is allocated in this
    division at $10,000 and $15,000 for bridge inspections. In 2011 this division is budgeted under
    Development Services Administration.




                                                    Page 95
Department: Development Services
Division: Private Development                                                                101.210.310
                                                  ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                             2009             2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         278,284    $     273,300   $     275,800    $        -
 51120   FICA                                        20,474           21,675          21,900             -
 51130   KPERS                                       18,417           22,000          23,900             -
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                     12,054           10,225          11,600             -
 51140   Overtime                                     4,179           10,000          10,000             -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                        452              460             600             -
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance             9,981           10,100           8,500             -
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                   45,811           63,200          52,100             -
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                    1,671            2,700           1,800             -
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                         337              340             500             -
         Total Personal Services                    391,660          414,000         406,700             -

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                            2,270           2,600           2,600             -
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      1,096           3,500           3,500             -
 52140   Education                                       599           1,700           1,700             -
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                            140             -               -               -
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                    119             400             400             -
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                            452           1,000           1,000             -
 52780   Clothing Allowance                              525             -               600
 52851   Professional Services                         6,692          30,000          30,000             -
         Total Contractual Services                   11,893          39,200          39,800             -

         COMMODITIES
 53530   Gasoline                                      5,720           6,000           5,400             -
 53590   Books & Films                                   -               200             200             -
 53610   Uniforms                                        272           1,100             600             -
         Total Commodities                             5,992           7,300           6,200             -


         TOTAL                                $     409,545    $     460,500   $     452,700    $        -




   In 2010E $25,000 is included for testing and general engineering consulting. Also in 2010E
   professional services are budgeted at $5,000. In 2011 this division is budgeted under
   Development Services Administration.




                                                  Page 96
Departm
D           P      W
      ment: Public Works
Division: All Divisions 101.220
D

The Public Works Depar
T           W         rtment includdes the follow
                                                wing division Administr
                                                            ns:                     t          ce,
                                                                       ration, Street Maintenanc Traffic
Services, Cod Administration and Sto
S           des                    ormwater Systtem Maintena           nagement.
                                                            ance and Man

                                                   ures by Div
                                           Expenditu         vision

                                         vision
                                       Div                          Budget
                                       Administration               $346,000
                                         reet Maintena
                                       Str            ance        $3,406,700
                                         affic
                                       Tra                        $2,048,500
                                        odes Administ
                                       Co             tration      $790,400
                                         ormwater
                                       Sto                         $450,000
                                       Total                      $7,041,600




                                                  ditures by T
                                             Expend          Type

                                      nsfers
                                   Tran
                                     1
                                     19%

                                                                             ersonal 
                                                                            Pe
                                                                             ervices
                                                                            Se
                        pital Outlay
                      Cap                                                     39%
                           5%


                         ommodities
                        Co
                           11%




                                         ontractual 
                                        Co
                                         Services
                                           26%


Departme Highlights
D      ent
       Resur              oncrete inlays
             rfaced four co            s
           pt
       Swep over 3,500 lane miles
                          t             00
       Inspected 10% of the City’s 7,30 publically maintained st  tormwater strructures and c            0%
                                                                                             completed 50 of the
            p
       255 privately maint             tion basins
                           tained detent
       Comp               f
            pleted 99% of building insp              n
                                       pections within 24 hours
       Performed snow re  emoval opera ations 10 times and comple eted 90% of s              n           f
                                                                               services within 24 hours of the end
            ch
       of eac storm
                          o             s
       Performed 100% of scheduled signal maintenance inspec                   y
                                                                  ctions on City owned signaals
       Comp piled data for 112 core mea              o            for
                                        asures for two categories f the ICMA performance measures pr     roject.



                                                        Page 97
Performa
P              sures
       ance Meas
Strategic Goa Living wit
S           al:                    ns
                       thin our mean

Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be maximized. Me
E             n                       s                                  ted to lane m
                                                             easures relat                        ned reflect
                                                                                     miles maintain
              e
that Shawnee operates with fewer emp               ane      d                        o
                                      ployees per la mile and less budget compared to other area c cities with
similar popula
s             ations.
                                                   mployees Per La
                                        Full Time Em             ane Mile
                               0.12

                                0.1

                               0.08

                               0.06

                               0.04

                               0.02

                                  0
                                        2006           7
                                                    2007       2008        2009          0E
                                                                                      2010
                                       ee
                                  Shawne                ounty Cities w/popu
                                               Johnson Co                 ulation > 30,000 Median




                                                                                   2009                  0
                                                                                                      2010         20111
                                                                                  Actual                  ted
                                                                                                    Estimat           cted
                                                                                                                 Projec

     Total lan miles of str
             ne                       g
                          reet sweeping for the year                                      00
                                                                                       3,50              3,100
                                                                                                         3           2,800

                          r
     Building Inspections requested performed within 24 hours                           99%
                                                                                          %               99%         99%
                                                                                                                      9

     Emergen Snow Removal Opera
             ncy                               ted
                                  ations complet within 24                              90%
                                                                                          %               88%         90%
                                                                                                                      9
            f             ach
     hours of the end of ea storm

                          m          nspection on each City
     Perform one signal maintenance in                                                   %
                                                                                      100%                50%       100%
            raffic signal
     owned tr

Programs
P      s
Building Code Administration
B            es                                      Stormwa Managem
                                                              ater                    m
                                                                          ment Program – Flood Mitig
                                                                                                   gation
*Curb and Sid
*            dewalk Mainteenance and Management
                                     M                        ater
                                                     Stormwa Managem                  m
                                                                          ment Program – Floodplain Reg
Facility Mainte
F                        M
              enance and Management                           ater
                                                     Stormwa Managem                   and
                                                                          ment Quality a Pollution Control
Fleet Maintenance and Ma
F                        anagement                                        ance and Man
                                                     Street Liight Maintena           nagement
Municipal Cod Enforcem
M             des        ment                                Maintenance a Managem
                                                     *Street M             and         ment
Pavement Ma
P                         nance and Ma
             arking Mainten           anagement              Sweeping
                                                     *Street S
Public Works Administratio
P                        on                                  Data Managem
                                                     Traffic D            ment
Right-of-Way Maintenance and Manage
R                        e           ement                   Signal Mainten
                                                     Traffic S            nance and Ma anagement
Sign Maintena
S             ance and Mannagement
Snow Remova
S             al
*Stormwater Management – Drainage an System Main
*             M                      nd         ntenance

                                     grams reduced beginning in 2010 budge
                                 *Prog                                   et


Note: Program shown in it
N           ms                       ne                        r           s            agencies.
                        talics are don in partnership with other departments or outside a
                                                                    2009            2010           2011
                                                                   Actual       Estimate      Projected
        Resurface lane miles (All Treatments; ie. Overlay, Chip       0.6            10.2             5
        Seal, Etc.)
        Average Pavement Condition Index (PCI) per Mile of           60.9              60             59
        Streets as of October




Programs
       Department Administration                       Private Development Plan Review
       CIP Management                                  Public Project Management
       Private Project Inspection                      Right of Way Acquisition

Note: Programs shown in italics are done in partnership with other departments or outside agencies.




                                                     Page 99
Department: Public Works
Division: All Divisions                                                                  101.220
                                              ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. #   CLASSIFICATION                       2009          2010           2010         2011

          PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110    Salaries                           $ 2,273,569   $ 1,818,600   $ 1,777,500   $ 1,802,900
 51120    FICA                                   175,939       150,000       146,800       148,700
 51130    KPERS                                  150,259       152,125       149,000       162,500
 51132    Supplemental Retirement                 99,587        70,225        83,600        83,600
 51140    Overtime                                85,816       141,000       141,000       141,000
 51161    Employee Life Insurance                  3,593         3,325         3,200         3,300
 51162    Workman's Compensation Insurance        90,410        75,950        70,500        73,300
 51163    Employee Health Insurance              286,606       300,875       296,600       312,200
 51164    Employee Dental Insurance               12,601        12,350        12,100        12,300
 51165    Unemployment Insurance                   2,815         2,350         3,000         3,200
 51111    Benefits                               821,810       767,200       764,800       799,100
          Total Personal Services              3,181,195     2,726,800     2,683,300     2,743,000

          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120    Telecommunications                      23,286        32,500        29,100        27,500
 52130    Transportation/Reception                 6,719         9,700         8,500        12,200
 52140    Education                               13,037        22,900        23,100        21,500
 52160    Car Allowance                            5,400         5,400         5,400         5,400
 52340    Photography                                  -           800           800           800
 52410    Building & Content Insurance               899         1,000           900           900
 52411    General Liability Insurance             11,515         9,900         7,000         7,400
 52450    Motor Vehicle Insurance                 14,882        16,000        16,000        16,000
 52451    Inland Marine Insurance                  8,489         8,100         6,600         6,900
 52475    Public Official Bonds                        -           100           100           100
 52510    Utilities                               68,800        89,700        92,800        84,500
 52512    Traffic Signals & Streetlights         975,151     1,085,900       969,200       955,200
 52516    Park Lights                                177           900           900           900
 52520    Buildings - Operations & Maint.         77,662       123,700       128,700       102,100
 52531    Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.             108,671        92,000        95,300        81,500
 52532    Repair Operations Equipment             82,930       136,500       120,000       103,200
 52533    Repair Communications Equipment          2,004         2,100         2,100         2,100
 52534    Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                 -           700         1,200         1,200
 52540    Land Improvement Maint.                 49,307       190,000       182,000       183,500
 52630    Rent-Machinery & Equipment               6,317         8,300         9,800         7,500
 52631    Rent Identi Kit Equipment                    -             -             -             -
 52720    Dues & Subscriptions                     2,989         4,200         4,000         3,600
 52780    Clothing Allowance                       5,600             -         5,400         5,400
 52851    Professional Services                  161,392       217,600       169,300       165,100
 52854    Professional Services Technology             -             -        18,000        18,000
          Total Contractual Services           1,625,528     2,059,600     1,897,100     1,814,000




                                              Page 100
Department: Public Works
Division: All Divisions                                                                    101.220
                                              ACTUAL          BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. #   CLASSIFICATION                       2009            2010           2010         2011

          COMMODITIES
 53110    Office Supplies                         21,376          17,100        15,400        15,800
 53410    Expendable Tools                         5,678          12,300        12,100        10,100
 53530    Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                  92,518         203,700       157,400       134,700
 53590    Books & Films                            1,528           3,200         2,000         2,000
 53610    Uniforms & Wear Appl.                   17,693          20,700        16,800        17,200
 53620    Paint Supplies                               -             500           500           500
 53780    Asphalt & Road Oil                      17,233         100,000        75,000        84,500
 53810    Ice Control Materials                  201,205         326,300       343,300       343,000
 53830    Signs & Pavement Material               28,750          77,000        66,000        71,000
 53840    Signal & Light Material                 58,506          97,000        88,000        88,000
 53860    Sand Gravel Rock                         5,783          16,000         8,000         3,500
 53870    Other Operating Supplies                   417             500           500           500
 53872    Engineering Supplies                        68             300           200           200
 53875    Technology                               2,368          18,000             -             -
          Total Commodities                      453,123         892,600       785,200       771,000

          CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300    Land Improvements                      261,478         350,000       380,000       350,000
 54410    Motor Vehicles Lic.                          -          27,000             -             -
 54420    Operations Equipment                    16,908           2,000         5,400             -
 54445    Office Furn. & Eq. (1,000-5,000)             -               -        11,500             -
          Total Capital Outlay                   278,386         379,000       396,900       350,000

          TRANSFERS
 58000    Transfers to Other Funds                       -       700,000       679,800     1,363,600
          Total Transfers                                -       700,000       679,800     1,363,600


          TOTAL                              $ 5,538,231     $ 6,758,000   $ 6,442,300   $ 7,041,600




                                              Page 101
Departm
D           P      W
      ment: Public Works
Division: Administration 10
D                                 10
                          01.220.01

The Administ
T                           on                         M
              tration Divisio oversees the Street Maintenance, Traffic, Cod        des Administr             tormwater
                                                                                                 ration and St
divisions in th Public Works departme
d             he                          ent. Their ressponsibilities include prep                          he
                                                                                   paring and implementing th annual
budget, provid
b             ding public in              n
                            nformation on department activities, se                              ng
                                                                     etting policies, administerin contracts and inter-
 ocal agreeme
lo                          hing priorities and providing regional co
              ents, establish                                                      n             s
                                                                     oordination on public works activities.

                                                       ditures by T
                                                  Expend          Type

                                            ontractual 
                                           Co
                                            Services Com
                                            S           mmodities
                                               6%        1%




                                                                                            ersonal 
                                                                                           Pe
                                                                                            ervices
                                                                                           Se
                                                                                             93%




Staffing
S
                              ctual 2009
                             Ac                                            10
                                                                  Budget 201                               get
                                                                                                        Budg 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                               Position
                 Full-Time    P
                              Part-Time      asonal
                                           Sea               me
                                                      Full-Tim     Part-Time
                                                                           e    Seasonal    Full-Time     rt-Time
                                                                                                        Par             onal
                                                                                                                    Seaso      Change
Public Works
P
D
Director            1             -           -          1              -          -            1           -          -          -
Engineering
E
T
Tech                 -            -           -          1              -          -            1           -          -          -
Administrative
A
A
Assistant           1             -           -          1              -          -            1           -          -          -
     Total          2             -           -          3              -          -            3           -          -          -




                                                             Page 102
Department: Public Works
Division: Administration                                                                      101.220.010

                                                 ACTUAL             BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                            2009               2010            2010            2011


         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         237,040     $     236,500   $     226,200   $     226,200
 51120   FICA                                        16,524            18,475          17,700          17,700
 51130   KPERS                                       16,165            18,750          17,900          19,300
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                     10,726             8,725          10,300          10,300
 51140   Overtime                                     2,541             4,800           4,800           4,800
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                        270               275             300             300
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance             6,747             6,800           6,000           6,200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                   28,123            31,850          32,300          34,300
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      969             1,025           1,100           1,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                         290               300             400             400
         Total Personal Services                    319,393           327,500         317,000         320,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                           1,362             1,700           1,700           1,700
 52130   Transportation/Reception                     1,539             2,800           2,500           2,600
 52140   Education                                    2,778             5,200           5,200           5,200
 52160   Car Allowance                                5,400             5,400           5,400           5,400
 52340   Photography                                    -                 100             100             100
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                        250               300             300             300
 52475   Public Offical Bonds                           -                 100             100             100
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                             55            1,000           1,300           1,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                   278               200             200             200
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                   -                 300             300             300
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           503             1,100           1,100             800
 52780   Clothing Allowance                             175               -               200             200
 52851   Professional Services                        6,184             5,000           5,000           5,000
         Total Contractual Services                  18,524            23,200          23,400          22,900

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                              2,106             2,600           2,300           1,400
 53530   Gasoline                                       453               700             600             500
 53610   Uniforms                                       -                 400             300             600
         Total Commodities                            2,560             3,700           3,200           2,500

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54445   Office Furn. & Eq. (1,000-5,000)                   -               -           3,500               -
         Total Capital Outlay                               -               -           3,500               -

         TOTAL                               $      340,477     $     354,400   $     347,100   $     346,000


    Tuition reimbursement for employee professional development is budgeted at $3,500 in
    2011. Professional organization dues for many of the Public Works Department employees are
    budgeted at $800 in 2011 and Management analysis services are budgeted at $5,000.

                                                 Page 103
Departm
D           P      W
      ment: Public Works
Division: Street Maintenance 101.22
D                                 20.410

The Street Maintenance Division is re
T          M                         esponsible fo maintaining and repair
                                                 or             g                       c            astructure,
                                                                          ring all public street infra
performing emergency snow remova street sw
p          e                        al,          weeping, righ            owing, Police and Public Works
                                                               ht-of-way mo
Departments fleet maintenance and responding to cit
D           f                                     tizen service requests.

                                                               ditures by T
                                                          Expend          Type

                                                    sfers
                                                Trans
                                                  22%
                                                                                                 rsonal 
                                                                                               Per
                                                                                               Services
                                                                                                 36%
                                                                                                 3



                                  pital Outlay
                                Cap
                                     10%




                                           Commodities                              Contractual 
                                                                                    C
                                                %
                                              16%                                     Services
                                                                                        16%



Staffing
S
                                  A
                                  Actual 2009                                     10
                                                                         Budget 201                              dget 2011
                                                                                                               Bud                      2011 +/--
                                                                                                                                               n
                                                                                                                                        Position
                    Full-Time      P
                                   Part-Time      Seasonal   Full-Time            e
                                                                          Part-Time    Seasonal    Full-Time     art-Time
                                                                                                                Pa              sonal
                                                                                                                             Seas       Change e
P Field Op Mgr
PW                     1               -              -         1               -          -          1             -           -           -
Fuel & Facilities
F
M
Mgr.                   -               -              -          -              -          -          1             -           -          +1
PW
P Tech II              1               -              -          -              -          -          -             -           -           -
P Coordinator
PW                     -               -              -          -              -          -          1             -           -          +1
Engineering Tech
E
II
 II                    1               -              -         -               -          -          -             -           -           -
Foreman
F                      3               -              -         2               -          -          3             -           -          +1
Maintenance
M
W
Worker                 10              -              -         8               -          -          7             -           2          +1
 nventory Control
In
S
Spec                   1               -              -         1               -          -          1             -           -           -
Mechanic
M                      2               -              -         1               -          -          1             -           -           -
Mechanic/Shop
M
F
Foreman                1               -              -         1               -          -          1             -           -           -
      Total            20              -              -         14              -          -          16            -           2          4




                                                                     Page 104
Department: Public Works
Division: Street Maintenance                                                             101.220.410
                                              ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                         2009             2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $      842,337   $     665,800   $      687,400   $     767,100
 51120   FICA                                     66,413          57,500           59,100          65,200
 51130   KPERS                                    52,773          58,275           60,000          71,300
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                  35,975          27,125           34,600          34,600
 51140   Overtime                                 46,226          85,200           85,200          85,200
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                   1,313           1,475            1,400           1,500
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance         36,026          36,400           33,100          34,500
 51163   Employee Health Insurance               113,789         137,475          133,600         141,600
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                 4,953           5,350            5,100           5,300
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                    1,052             900            1,200           1,400
         Total Personal Services               1,200,857       1,075,500        1,100,700       1,207,700

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                       11,151          16,900          16,900           15,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                  3,180           1,900           1,700            5,300
 52140   Education                                 4,785          10,000           7,600            6,200
 52310   Printing                                    244             100             100              500
 52410   Building & Content Insurance                649             700             600              600
 52411   General Liability Insurance              11,515           9,900           7,000            7,400
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                   9,388          12,300          12,300           12,300
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                   6,603           6,900           5,600            5,900
 52510   Utilities                                46,268          69,300          69,300           61,000
 52520   Buildings -Operations/Maint              59,242         103,600         108,600           73,600
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                     63,835          66,200          69,200           57,500
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                  51,909         119,200         103,200           86,400
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.              1,152             600             600              600
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                  -               -             500              500
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                  35,081         182,000         162,000          163,500
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                4,175           7,300           8,800            6,500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                        854           1,200           1,200            1,000
 52780   Clothing Allowance                        2,625               -           3,200            3,200
 52851   Professional Services                    70,865          77,200          50,900           43,800
         Total Contractual Services              383,521         685,300         629,300          551,100
         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                          10,556           8,500           7,700            7,200
 53410   Expendable Tools                          4,218          10,000          10,000            8,000
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                   58,658         145,700         106,400           89,600
 53590   Books & Films                                46             500             500              500
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                  11,060          13,400          11,000           11,100
 53620   Paint Supplies                                -             500             500              500
 53780   Asphalt & Road Oil                       17,233         100,000          75,000           84,500
 53810   Ice Control Materials                   201,205         326,300         343,300          343,000
 53860   Sand Gravel & Rock                        1,199          16,000           8,000            3,500
 53875   Technology                                2,368               -             -                -
         Total Commodities                       306,543         620,900         562,400          547,900
                                              Page 105
Department: Public Works
Division: Street Maintenance                                                                101.220.410
                                                    ACTUAL          BUDGET        REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009            2010           2010           2011

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300   Land Improvements                             261,478         350,000       350,000         350,000
 54420   Operations Equipment >5k                       16,908               -           -                 -
 54445   Office Furniture & Equip (under                     -               -         3,000               -
         Total Capital Outlay                          278,386         350,000       353,000         350,000

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfer to Special Highway                           -             -       150,000         750,000
         Total Transfers                                       -             -       150,000         750,000


         TOTAL                                  $    2,169,307     $ 2,731,700   $ 2,795,400    $ 3,406,700


   Ice control salt used to treat the streets during the winter months is estimated at $312,000 and
   $29,000 for magnesium chloride. Other land improvement maintenance materials are budgeted
   at $123,950. Street repair items such as hot mix asphalt ($65,000) and road oil
   ($15,000). Diesel fuel to run the Street Division’s equipment is estimated at $82,250. Also in this
   budget are funds for bridge repairs ($150,000) and crack seal repair of streets ($200,000).




                                                    Page 106
Departm
D           P      W
      ment: Public Works
Division: Traffic Services 101.220.4
D                 S        1       420

The Traffic Services Divis
T           S                                        e
                           sion is responsible for the inspection and mainten             y             s,
                                                                              nance of City street lights warning
beacons, traf
b                          p
             ffic signals, pavement ma  arkings and all traffic sig maintenan
                                                                  gn          nce and insta             e
                                                                                           allation. The Division
responds to citizen service requests and provides some capital pr
r                                       d                                     ement.
                                                                  roject manage

                                                           ditures by T
                                                      Expend          Type

                                                        Transfers
                                                           8%                            Personnal 
                                            ies
                                    Commoditi                                                 ces
                                                                                         Servic
                                       10%                                                   %
                                                                                           27%




                                               ctual 
                                         Contrac
                                               ces
                                          Servic
                                            55%%


Staffing
S
                                Actual 2009                                     010
                                                                        Budget 20                             udget 2011
                                                                                                             Bu                             +
                                                                                                                                      2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                            on
                                                                                                                                      Positio
                    Full-Time    Part-Time     easonal
                                              Se                 Time
                                                            Full-T              me
                                                                         Part-Tim     Seasonal   Full-Time    Part-Time
                                                                                                              P              asonal
                                                                                                                           Sea        Chang ge
T
Traffic Engineer       1             -            -             1              -         -            1           -           -          -
Traffic Signal
T
S
Supervisor             1             -            -             1              -         -            1           -           -          -
Traffic Sign
T
S
Supervisor             1             -            -             1              -         -            -           -           -         -1
T
Traffic Sign Tech      2             -            -             1              -         -            2           -           -         +1
Traffic Signal
T
T
Tech                   1             -            -             1              -         -            1           -           -          -
E
Engineering Tech       1             -            -             1              -         -            1           -           -          -
A
Admin Specialist       1             -            -             1              -         -            1           -           -          -
      Total            8             -            -             7              -         -            7           -           -          -




                                                                    Page 107
Department: Public Works
Division: Traffic                                                                        101.220.420
                                              ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          REQUEST
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                         2009             2010             2010             2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $      453,659   $     394,400   $     347,700    $     353,800
 51120   FICA                                     35,575          32,975          29,400           29,800
 51130   KPERS                                    31,179          33,450          29,900           32,600
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                  21,171          15,550          20,400           20,400
 51140   Overtime                                 17,833          36,400          36,400           36,400
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                     660             650             600              600
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance         16,322          16,475          16,600           17,200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                51,938          55,300          59,500           63,100
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                 2,154           2,675           2,500            2,500
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                      561             525             600              600
         Total Personal Services                 631,054         588,400         543,600          557,000

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                        3,285           7,900            4,500            4,500
 52130   Transportation/Reception                  1,119           1,700            1,400            1,400
 52140   Education                                   590           4,000            4,000            4,000
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                   1,998           2,100            2,100            2,100
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                   1,048           1,200            1,000            1,000
 52510   Utilities                                16,453          13,900           17,000           17,000
 52512   Traffic Signals & Street Lights         975,151       1,085,900          969,200          955,200
 52520   Buildings -Operations/Maint              10,489          20,100           20,100           28,500
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                     17,493          24,800           24,800           23,000
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                   6,410          13,600           13,600           13,600
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                429           1,300            1,300            1,300
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                -               400              400              400
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                     510           8,000           20,000           20,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                  860           1,000            1,000            1,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                        628           1,000            1,000            1,000
 52780   Clothing Allowance                          875             -                900              900
 52851   Professional Services                    27,653          58,100           45,900           47,800
         Total Contractual Services            1,064,990       1,245,000        1,128,200        1,122,700

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                           2,386           2,000           1,800            3,600
 53410   Expendable Tools                          1,441           2,200           2,000            2,000
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                   14,716          46,500          41,800           36,000
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                   3,195           4,200           3,900            3,900
 53830   Signs & Pavement Material                28,750          77,000          66,000           71,000
 53840   Signal & Light Material                  58,506          97,000          88,000           88,000
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                    172             500             500              500
 53872   Engineering Supplies                         68             300             200              200
         Total Commodities                       109,235         229,700         204,200          205,200




                                              Page 108
Department: Public Works
Division: Traffic                                                                                 101.220.420
                                                       ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED         REQUEST
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                  2009            2010             2010            2011

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300   Land Improvements                                        -           -             30,000               -
 54420   Operations Equipment                                     -         2,000            5,400               -
 54445   Office Furn. & Eq. (<5,000)                              -           -              5,000               -
         Total Capital Outlay                                     -         2,000           40,400               -

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfers to Other Funds                                 -            -            79,800         163,600
         Total Transfers                                          -            -            79,800         163,600


         TOTAL                                     $    1,805,278     $ 2,065,100    $ 1,996,200     $ 2,048,500

   Traffic Signals and Street Lights line item includes all energy costs, maintenance, and agreements
   associated with the 62 traffic signals and 6,000 street lights within the City. Despite rising costs in all
   areas, a decrease is shown in conjunction with the benefits associated with the KCP&L traffic signal




                                                       Page 109
Departm
D           P      W
      ment: Public Works
Division: Codes Administr
D               A                1.220.430
                        ration 101       0

The Codes Administration Division enfo
T           A                                       g           perty mainten
                                       orces building codes, prop           nance codes, and land disturbance
regulations. Responsibilities include pe
r            R                                      e,                      ment of all pe
                                       ermit issuance inspection and enforcem                         vity
                                                                                         ermitted activ of new
and          d
a existing development, and responding to citizen service reque ests.

                                                           ditures by T
                                                      Expend          Type

                                          Contractual     Commodities
                                           Serv
                                              vices          2%
                                              5%
                                             15




                                                                                        Personnal 
                                                                                              es
                                                                                        Service
                                                                                          83%



Staffing
S
                                 A
                                 Actual 2009                          Budget 20 10                          Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                           on
                                                                                                                                     Positio
                     Full-Time    Part-Time     easonal
                                               Se         Full-Time            e
                                                                       Part-Time     Seasonal   Full-Time    Part-Time
                                                                                                             P              asonal
                                                                                                                          Sea        Change
Chief Codes
C
A
Administrator           1             -           -          1               -          -            1           -           -          -
P
Permit Specialist       2             -           -          2               -          -            2           -           -          -
B
Building Inspector      4             -           -          3               -          -            3           -           -          -
Codes
C
E
Enforcement Off         3             -           -          3               -          -            3           -           -          -
P
Plans Examiner          1             -           -          1               -          -            .5          -           -         -.5
      Total             11            -           -          10              -          -            9.5         -           -         -.5




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Department: Public Works
Division: Codes Administration                                                                   101.220.430
                                                    ACTUAL             BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009               2010             2010           2011
          PERSONAL SERVICES
  51110   Salaries                         $           523,734     $     521,900   $     516,200   $     455,800
  51120   FICA                                          39,633            41,050          40,600          36,000
  51130   KPERS                                         34,808            41,650          41,200          39,300
  51132   Supplemental Retirement                       18,303            18,825          18,300          18,300
  51140   Overtime                                       4,351            14,600          14,600          14,600
  51161   Employee Life Insurance                          900               925             900             900
  51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              16,018            16,275          14,800          15,400
  51163   Employee Health Insurance                     67,876            76,250          71,200          73,200
  51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      3,232             3,300           3,400           3,400
  51165   Unemployment Insurance                           630               625             800             800
          Total Personal Services                      709,483           735,400         722,000         657,700
          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
  52110   Postage
  52120   Telecommunications                             4,584             6,000           6,000           6,000
  52130   Transportation/Reception                         655             3,300           2,900           2,900
  52140   Education                                      3,301             3,700           6,300           6,100
  52310   Printing                                           57            1,500             800           1,000
  52340   Photography                                      -                 700             700             700
  52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                        1,498             1,600           1,600           1,600
  52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                           4,171             6,500           6,500           6,500
  52533   Repair Communications Equip.                     177               900             900             900
  52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                     4,103             3,700           3,200           3,200
  52720   Dues & Subscriptions                             867               900             700             800
  52780   Clothing Allowance                             1,050               -             1,100           1,100
  52851   Professional Services                         52,436            77,300          67,500          68,500
  52854   Professional Services Technology                 -                 -            18,000          18,000
          Total Contractual Services                    72,901           106,100         116,200         117,300
          COMMODITIES
  53110   Office Supplies                                4,222             4,000           3,600           3,600
  53410   Expendable Tools                                  19               100             100             100
  53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                         4,684            10,800           8,600           8,600
  53590   Books & Films                                  1,482             2,700           1,500           1,500
  53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                          724             2,700           1,600           1,600
  53870   Other Operating Supplies                           99              -               -               -
  53875   Technology                                       -              18,000             -               -
          Total Commodities                             11,231            38,300          15,400          15,400
        CAPITAL OUTLAY
  54410 Motor Vehicle                                          -          27,000             -               -
        Total Capital Outlay                                   -          27,000             -               -

          TOTAL                                 $      793,615     $     906,800   $     853,600   $     790,400

     $60,000 is allocated in this division for mowing properties that are not abiding by Shawnee code
     and demolition of dangerous buildings.


                                                    Page 111
Department: Public Works
Division: Stormwater                                                                          101.220.440
                                                   ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009             2010             2010           2011


         TOTAL                                 $      429,555   $     700,000   $     450,000   $     450,000


  The 2011 budget shows the transfer from the Public Works Stormwater budget to the Stormwater 
  Utility Fund. The general fund transfer combined with the Stormwater Utility Fund is used to fund most 
  of the stormwater program activities in the City.  The 2011 Stormwater Management Program 
  highlights include $217,100 curb inlet and curb and gutter repairs, $900,000 small drainage 
  improvement projects, $58,800 fuel costs, $254,100 for system inspection and engineering, and 
  $175,000 for stormwater maintenance repair materials and contracting.




                                                   Page 113
Department: Public Works
Division: Stormwater                                                                   101.220.440
                                               ACTUAL           BUDGET       REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                          2009             2010          2010           2011

          PERSONAL SERVICES
  51110   Salaries                         $      216,799   $        -   $        -      $        -
  51120   FICA                                     17,795            -            -               -
  51130   KPERS                                    15,335            -            -               -
  51132   Supplemental Retirement                  13,412            -            -               -
  51140   Overtime                                 14,865            -            -               -
  51161   Employee Life Insurance                     450            -            -               -
  51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance         15,297            -            -               -
  51163   Employee Health Insurance                24,880            -            -               -
  51164   Employee Dental Insurance                 1,293            -            -               -
  51165   Unemployment Insurance                      283            -            -               -
  51111   Benefits                                 88,745            -            -               -
          Total Personal Services                 320,408            -            -               -

          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110    Postage
 52120    Telecommunications                        2,904            -            -               -
 52130    Transportation/Reception                    226            -            -               -
 52140    Education                                 1,583            -            -               -
 52450    Motor Vehicle Insurance                   1,998            -            -               -
 52451    Inland Marine Insurance                     838            -            -               -
 52510    Utilities                                 1,908            -            -               -
 52520    Buildings -Operations/Maint               7,931            -            -               -
 52531    Repair Motor Vehicle                     27,288            -            -               -
 52532    Repair Operations Equip                  20,507            -            -               -
 52533    Repair Communications Equip.                145            -            -               -
 52540    Land Improvement Maint.                  13,716            -            -               -
 52630    Rent-Machinery & Equipment                1,282            -            -               -
 52720    Dues & Subscriptions                        137            -            -               -
 52780    Clothing Allowance                          875
 52851    Professional Services                     4,255            -            -               -
          Total Contractual Services               85,593            -            -               -

          COMMODITIES
 53110    Office Supplies                           2,106            -            -               -
 53530    Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                   14,006            -            -               -
 53610    Uniforms & Wear Apparel                   2,714            -            -               -
 53860    Sand Gravel Rock                          4,584
 53870    Other Operating Supplies                    146            -            -               -
          Total Commodities                        23,554            -            -               -




                                               Page 112
Departm
D           P
      ment: Police
Division: All Divisions 101.240
D

The
T Police De                        a
           epartment enforces laws and ordinance protecting persons and property, an preserving peace in
                                               es,           g            d            nd     g
            y.                                 ministration, P
the community The Police Department includes Adm                          upport Service
                                                             Patrol, and Su            es.

                                                 ures by Div
                                         Expenditu         vision

                                     vision
                                   Div                            Budget
                                                                  B
                                     ministration
                                   Adm                             $716,200
                                   Patrol                        $6,737,900
                                                                 $
                                     pport Services
                                   Sup            s              $4,346,000
                                                                 $
                                     tal
                                   Tot                          $1 1,800,100

                                                  ditures by T
                                             Expend          Type


                             Contractuaal          dities
                                              Commod
                              Services           5%
                                10%




                                                                  Personal 
                                                                  Services
                                                                    85%


Departme Highlights
D      ent
       Mana             d             alls          s
           aged 24,134 dispatched ca for police services
           acted 1,317 suspicious veh
       Conta                                        ons
                                      hicles or perso
            tigated 2,502 crimes with a 53% clearance rate
       Invest
           e
       Made 167 drug arr rests and 331 impaired drivving arrests
                         fic           nd           ed           fic
       Issued 13,475 traff citations an investigate 1,017 traff accidents
           ed                         ee
       Serve or recalled 796 Shawne arrest warra    ants
       Conducted 11,200 residential and business security chec ks
                                                    s
            tigated 1,457 Quality of Lif City Ordina
       Invest                          fe                        ns                       r
                                                   ance violation (junk vehiclles, improper parking, etc.)
       Recei            E
            ived 21,963 Emergency 9-   -1-1 Calls




                                                     Page 114
Performa
P              sures
       ance Meas
Strategic Goa Living wit
S              al:                     ns
                           thin our mean
Efficiencies in operations and revenues must be max
E             n            a                      ximized.

Strategic Goa Enhancin the sense of community
S           al:          ng           o            y
The         c            rovide the hig
T City will continue to pr            ghest quality of life for all c
                                                    o                              ding public sa
                                                                    citizens, includ                           usinesses
                                                                                                afety for all bu
and
a citizens.

T ratio of commissioned Police Office per 1,000 population a per squa mile is low than the m
The                          d              ers          0            and          are          wer             median of
other Johnson County citie with compa
o            n               es            arable popula ations. Accide            e            wer
                                                                       ents per lane mile are low than the m   median for
other Johnson County cities with com
o                                         mparable populations. Me    easures relat                            rty
                                                                                    ted to violent and proper crimes
reported per 1,000 populat
r            1                             ow
                             tions are belo the ICMA medians. The utilization of officers for t
                                                          m           e             f                          ement and
                                                                                                 traffic enforce
policing have a positive im
p                                           e
                            mpact on crime and acciden rates. The City will con
                                                         nt           e            ntinue to monnitor these me easures to
ensure that qu
e                            or                          blic
             uality of life fo all citizens, including pub safety is b             h
                                                                      balanced with efficiency.


                          ers Per 1,000 P
        Commissioned Office             Population                                          ed Officers Per
                                                                                  Commissione             r Square Mile
   2                                                                     4
 1.8
 1.6
                                                                         3
 1.4
 1.2
   1                                                                     2
 0.8
 0.6
                                                                         1
 0.4
 0.2
   0                                                                     0
             6
          2006      2007        2008          009
                                             20           2010E                 2
                                                                                2006        2007
                                                                                               7          2008       2009          010E
                                                                                                                                  20
       Shawnee                                   ion > 30,000 Median
                  Johnson County Cities w/populati
                                                                                 awnee
                                                                               Sha               County Cities w/pop
                                                                                         Johnson C                                   Median
                                                                                                                   pulation > 30,000 M


             art I Violent Cri
        UCR Pa                           d Per 1,000 
                             imes Reported                                       U            operty Crimes R
                                                                                 UCR Part I Pro             Reported Per 
                         Poppulation                                                           000 Population
                                                                                             1,0
 3.5                                                                    40.0
 3.0                                                                    35.0

 2.5                                                                    30.0
                                                                        25.0
 2.0
                                                                        20.0
 1.5
                                                                        15.0
 1.0                                                                    10.0
 0.5                                                                     5.0
 0.0                                                                     0.0
             07
           200             8
                        2008             2009           2010E                       2007           2008          2009
                                                                                                                 2              2010E
       Shawnee                for Performance Ma
                  ICMA Center f                anagement Median                Sh
                                                                                hawnee                              nce Management M
                                                                                           ICMA C enter for Performan              Median




                                                                   Page 115
                                                   idents Per Lan e Mile
                                         Injury Acci
                                0.4


                                0.3


                                0.2


                                0.1


                                 0
                                      2006          7
                                                 2007        2008       2009
                                                                        2              E
                                                                                   2010E
                                      Shawnee

                                                       ties w/population >
                                      Johnson County Cit                 > 30,000 Median




Programs
P      s
       Admin               ision Manage
             nistration Divi            ement                           Police Canine Operations
                                                                        P             e
             al
       Anima Control                                                    Police Comm
                                                                        P           munications Un nit
       Buildi              M
             ing/Property Maintenance                                   Police Depart
                                                                        P             tment Administration
            en                           s
       Citize Complaint Investigations and Major AARsA                  Police Record and Fiscal Managemen
                                                                        P             ds                   nt
       Codes Enforcemen    nt                                           Police Technical Services
                                                                        P
            e
       Crime Analysis                                                   Road Patrol
                                                                        R
            e
       Crime Resistant Co  ommunity Po  olicing                         School Cross
                                                                        S            sing Guards
            s
       Crisis Intervention Team                                         School Police Resource
                                                                        S            e
       Emplo oyee Trainingg                                             Special Police Investigatio
                                                                        S             e           ons
       Evideence and Prop  perty Control                                Staff Services Administration
                                                                        S             s
                          ent
       General Assignme Criminal In     nvestigations                   Support Serv
                                                                        S            vices Administtration
       Invest             ministration
              tigations Adm                                             Tactical Law Enforcement (STAR Team
                                                                        T                         t        m)
       Patrol Division Adm ministration                                 T            y
                                                                        Traffic Safety
       Physical Fitness Program

Note: Program shown in it
N           ms          talics are don in partnership with other departments or outside a
                                     ne                        r           s            agencies.




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Department: Police
Division: All Divisions                                                               101.240
                                             ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009          2010           2010         2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                           $ 6,351,851   $ 6,239,200   $ 6,384,600   $ 6,428,800
 51120   FICA                                   513,636       533,675       536,500       539,700
 51130   KPERS                                   75,444        63,700        90,800       100,500
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                288,930       251,825       281,200       283,100
 51135   KP&F                                   820,277       869,960       817,200       919,800
 51140   Overtime                               561,488       736,900       628,000       625,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                  9,364         9,875        12,200        10,300
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance       105,439       110,025        93,100        96,400
 51163   Employee Health Insurance              807,689       966,615       903,800     1,006,700
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance               34,251        40,125        37,300        40,700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                   8,180         8,000        11,200        11,300
         Total Personal Services              9,576,549     9,829,900     9,795,900    10,062,300

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                  5,674         6,200         5,700         5,700
 52120   Telecommunications                      51,962        74,300        64,300        74,200
 52130   Transportation/Reception                23,760        34,900        29,500        30,400
 52140   Education                               73,224        73,000        77,000        78,000
 52160   Car Allowance                            5,608         5,400         5,600         5,600
 52230   Prisoner Care                           88,109       122,000        90,000        90,000
 52310   Printing                                 9,859         8,000         9,600         9,600
 52340   Photography                              4,299         4,500         3,500         3,500
 52410   Building & Content Insurance            20,839        21,900        16,900        17,700
 52411   General Liability Insurance              7,752         8,100         5,800         6,000
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                 43,414        45,700        32,200        33,800
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                 18,231        28,000        21,500        22,700
 52510   Utilities                              108,151       159,700       148,200       148,200
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.         98,237       118,600        98,700        98,700
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.             219,028       213,800       213,400       213,200
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment             23,376        20,000        21,000        21,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equipment         10,615        11,700         5,500         5,500
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.             8,186        10,200         4,100         6,600
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                 195         1,000           800           800
 52631   Rent Identi Kit Equipment                  136           500           500           500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                     7,261         7,600         7,800         7,900
 52780   Clothing Allowance                      20,848        22,500        22,900        24,200
 52851   Professional Services                  256,746       273,400       256,500       216,000
 52853   Information Purchases                      826         2,000         2,000         2,000
 52854   Professional Services Technology             -             -        30,700        45,700
         Total Contractual Services           1,106,334     1,273,000     1,173,700     1,167,500




                                             Page 117
Department: Police
Division: All Divisions                                                         101.240
                                     ACTUAL        BUDGET         REVISED        BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                2009          2010            2010          2011
        COMMODITIES
 53110 Office Supplies                  27,989         34,000         28,600         27,400
 53410 Expendable Tools                      -              -              -              -
 53530 Gasoline, Diesel & Oil          157,115        302,500        235,800        235,800
 53590 Books & Films                     1,928          4,000          3,000          2,000
 53600 Police Operating Supplies        20,465         29,300         23,600         24,100
 53610 Uniforms & Wear Appl.            98,609         98,300         99,100        100,600
 53760 Guns & Ammunition                51,916         60,000         55,000         55,000
 53871 Crime Prevention                    170          5,000              -              -
 53875 Technology                       78,063        171,100         91,100        125,400
        Total Commodities              436,254        704,200        536,200        570,300


         TOTAL                     $ 11,119,137   $ 11,807,100   $ 11,505,800   $ 11,800,100




                                    Page 118
Departm
D           P
      ment: Police
Division: Administration 10
D                                 10
                          01.240.01

The Administration Divisio manages three division including P
T                        on           t             ns                        tigations and Staff Servic and is
                                                                 Patrol, Invest                        ces
responsible fo employee training; crime analysis; citizen complain investigatio and planning and resea
r            or                       e                          nt           on;                       arch.

                                                       ditures by T
                                                  Expend          Type

                                                           al 
                                                  Contractua
                                                   Services Commoditi es
                                                      5%       1%




                                                                                          rsonal 
                                                                                        Per
                                                                                          rvices
                                                                                        Ser
                                                                                          94%
                                                                                          9
Staffing
S

                             Actual 2009                          Budget 201 0                             get
                                                                                                        Budg 2011               2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                Position
                 Full-Time    P
                              Part-Time      asonal
                                           Sea              ime
                                                      Full-Ti     Part-Time      Seasonal   Full-Time     art-Time
                                                                                                         Pa              onal
                                                                                                                     Seaso      Change
P
Police Chief        1              -          -          1              -           -          1             -          -          -
Deputy Police
D
C
Chief               1              -          -          1              -           -          1             -          -           -
L
Lieutenant          1              -          -          1              -           -          -             -          -          -1
S
Sergeant            1              -          -          1              -           -          -             -          -          -1
Planning and
P
R
Research Mgr        1              -          -          1              -           -          1             -          -          -
C
Crime Analyst       1              -          -          1              -           -          1             -          -          -
Administrative
A
A
Asst                1              -          -          1              -           -          1             -          -          -
    Total           7              -          -          7              -           -          5             -          -          -2




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Department: Police
Division: Administration                                                                     101.240.010
                                                  ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                             2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $          632,311 $       620,400   $     540,900   $     487,300
 51120   FICA                                         46,128          47,850          41,700          37,400
 51130   KPERS                                        13,824           4,500          15,600          17,200
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                      27,769          22,575          26,700          26,700
 51135   KP&F                                         61,734          79,735          48,000          44,300
 51140   Overtime                                      4,095           5,000           4,000           1,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                         630             650             800             800
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              9,748           9,850           7,700           8,000
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     1,108          48,015          48,000          50,900
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                    (1,020)          3,050           1,900           2,000
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                          769             375             900             800
         Total Personal Services                     797,096         842,000         736,200         676,400

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                            3,277           4,500           3,200           2,100
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      5,763           6,900           5,400           4,500
 52140   Education                                    18,111          13,000          18,000          10,000
 52160   Car Allowance                                 5,608           5,400           5,600           5,600
 52310   Printing                                        473           1,000             800             -
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                      43,414          45,700          32,200             -
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                      18,231          28,000          21,500             -
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles                           -             2,500             600             500
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment                     104           1,000             500             200
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                    335             500             400             100
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                  5,077           1,000             600             600
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                          4,628           3,500           4,700           4,600
 52780   Clothing Allowance                            3,439           3,400           3,500           2,300
 52851   Professional Services                         9,611          11,500          11,500           4,000
         Total Contractual Services                  118,071         127,900         108,500          34,500

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                               4,369           5,100           4,000           1,800
 53590   Books & Films                                 1,928           4,000           3,000           1,000
 53600   Police Operating Supplies                     2,180           3,000           2,600           1,000
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                       1,878           4,500           2,000           1,500
         Total Commodities                            10,354          16,600          11,600           5,300


         TOTAL                                $      925,520   $     986,500   $     856,300   $     716,200

     The Police Department's Administrative Division oversees all police services while directly 
     administering the crime analysis and research and planning programs. Highlights of the 
     Administration Division's 2011 budget include $10,000 for training of division employees and 
     $2,500 for Kansas City Crime Stoppers services.



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Departm
D           P
      ment: Police
Division: Patrol 10
D                         00
                  01.240.50

The Patrol Division respo
T                         onds to emer               n
                                        rgency and non-emergen cy calls for service, perfoforms routine patrol of
assigned geo
a            ographical are
                          eas, enforces state and fe
                                       s                          he                      City        nd
                                                     ederal law, th Municipal Code, and C traffic an parking
regulations, conducts traffic accident in
r            c                                       ,
                                        nvestigations, performs co            ations and bu
                                                                  ommunity rela            usiness and residence
checks.
c

                                                      ditures by T
                                                 Expend          Type

                                            ractual 
                                        Contr
                                                        Commodities
                                         Servvices
                                                           2%
                                            7
                                            7%




                                                                                           sonal 
                                                                                        Pers
                                                                                           vices
                                                                                        Serv
                                                                                          91
                                                                                           1%

Staffing
S

                             al
                         Actua 2009                                          0
                                                                   Budget 2010                          Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                 Position
             F
             Full-Time      P
                            Part-Time       asonal
                                          Sea                 me
                                                       Full-Tim     Part-Time    Seasonal   Full-Time
                                                                                            F               t-Time
                                                                                                         Part              nal
                                                                                                                      Season     Change
C
Captain         1               -            -            1             -           -          1             -           -          -
L
Lieutenant      2               -            -            2             -           -          2             -           -          -
S
Sergeant        8               -            -            8             -           -          8             -           -          -
Police
P
O
Officer         55              -            -            55            -           -          54            -           -          -1
Community
C
Service
S
O
Officer         3               -            -             -            -           -           -            -           -          -
  Total         69              -            -            66            -           -          65            -           -          -1




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Department: Police
Division: Patrol                                                                           101.240.500
                                                   ACTUAL        BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009          2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         3,799,190   $ 3,708,900    $ 3,755,700     $ 3,790,900
 51120   FICA                                         315,414       321,650        322,500         325,200
 51130   KPERS                                          6,167         3,100          9,400          12,300
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                      177,550       151,775        174,000         174,000
 51135   KP&F                                         587,966       588,225        572,900         645,100
 51140   Overtime                                     424,179       495,700        460,000         460,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                        5,944         6,325          7,600           7,900
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              68,945        72,975         63,700          66,200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                    575,663       660,475        569,900         604,100
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                     23,534        25,025         22,100          22,800
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                         4,955         5,050          6,700           6,800
         Total Personal Services                    5,989,507     6,039,200      5,964,500       6,115,300

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                            30,845        39,200          34,400          42,400
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      10,541        18,600           9,900           9,900
 52140   Education                                     41,816        40,000          40,000          40,000
 52310   Printing                                       8,959         6,000           8,000           8,000
 52340   Photography                                    3,146         4,000           3,000           3,000
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles                        207,856       202,800         202,800         200,600
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                       16,391        16,000          16,000          16,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                   5,107         7,000           3,500           3,500
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                   1,386         2,500           1,000           1,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equip                           195           500             300             300
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           1,539         1,900           1,700           1,700
 52780   Clothing Allowance                             3,439         3,500           3,400           3,400
 52851   Professional Services                        210,278       210,200         206,500         163,500
 52854   Professional Services Technology                 -             -               -            15,000
         Total Contractual Services                   541,497       552,200         530,500         508,300

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                6,547         8,500           5,900           5,900
 53600   Police Operating Supplies                     15,767        20,000          18,000          18,000
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                       85,463        81,300          85,400          85,400
 53875   Technology                                       259         5,000           5,000           5,000
         Total Commodities                            108,036       114,800         114,300         114,300


         TOTAL                                 $    6,639,040   $ 6,706,200    $ 6,609,300     $ 6,737,900


    The Police Department's Patrol Division oversees the road patrol, traffic safety, police canine, 
    animal control, codes enforcement, and tactical operations programs. Highlights of the Patrol 
    Division's 2011 budget include $40,000 for training of division employees $200,600 for division 
    fleet maintenance and repairs, and $90,000 for the contracted school crossing guard program. 

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Departm
D           P
      ment: Police
Division: Support Services 101.240.510
D                        s

The Support Services Div
T                                      onsible for de
                         vision is respo             epartment co               ns,
                                                                   ommunication department records, d    distributing
police reports conducting records chec
p            s,                        cks, and prop                            n
                                                    perty control. The division also manages and inves   stigates all
crimes report
c            ted to the Poolice Departmment except those immed                  ed
                                                                   diately cleare by the Pa atrol Division including
person crimes property cri
p            s,                                                    frauds and co
                          imes, special investigations, forgeries, f                        es.
                                                                                omputer crime

                                                           ditures by T
                                                      Expend          Type

                                              Commodities
                                                 11%

                                  Contractual 
                                   Services
                                     14%




                                                                                           Personaal 
                                                                                                 es
                                                                                           Service
                                                                                             75%

Staffing
S
                                ual
                             Actu 2009                               Budget 2010                            Budget 2011                2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                       Position
                 Full-Time      art-Time
                               Pa              sonal
                                            Seas                 e
                                                         Full-Time    Part-Time    Seasonal    Fulll-Time         Time
                                                                                                             Part-T              l
                                                                                                                          Seasonal
                                                                                                                                       change
C
Captain               2             -            -           2            -            -            1            -            -           -1
L
Lieutenant            1             -            -           1            -            -            2            -            -          +1
S
Sergeant              4             -            -           4            -            -            5            -            -          +1
P
Police Officer       12             -            -           8            -            -           10            -            -          +2
Administrative
A
S
Specialist            1             -            -           1            -            -            1            -            -           -
Lead
L
D
Dispatcher            3             -            -           3            -            -            3            -            -           -
D
Dispatcher            8             -            -           8            -            -            8            -            -           -
Records
R
S
Supervisor            1             -            -           1            -            -            1            -            -           -
R
Records Tech          2             -            -           2            -            -            2            -            -           -
Property
P
Control
C
S
Specialist            1             -            -           1            -            -            1            -            -           -
Community
C
Service
S
O
Officers              -             -            -           3            -            -            3            -            -           -
         Total       35                                      34                                    37                                     +3


                                 o              estigations and staff services divi sion positions. In July 2010 the P
*These positions are comprised of the former inve                                                    n               Police Department
 eorganized into 3 divisions and th Support Services division thro
re                                he                             ough reorganizat tion took the sha pe of the 2011 b                ns
                                                                                                                    budgeted position form.




                                                                  Page 123
Department: Police
Division: Investigations/Support Services                                               101.240.510
                                              ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                         2009            2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $     840,905   $     874,400   $    1,534,300   $   2,150,600
 51120   FICA                                    63,811          73,000          126,500         177,100
 51130   KPERS                                    3,174           1,600           34,000          71,000
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                 31,597          34,450           30,400          82,400
 51135   KP&F                                   120,595         133,550          169,900         230,400
 51140   Overtime                                44,305          80,000          119,000         164,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                  1,088           1,125            1,600           1,600
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance        16,994          17,200           14,500          22,200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance              107,714         120,150          227,600         351,700
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                4,282           4,375           10,300          15,900
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                   1,070           1,150            2,600           3,700
         Total Personal Services              1,235,534       1,341,000        2,270,700       3,270,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                    -                -                -            5,700
 52120   Telecommunications                       5,479          7,500            8,900           29,700
 52130   Transportation/Reception                 2,399          4,800            9,700           16,000
 52140   Education                                4,465         11,000           10,000           28,000
 52230   Prisoner Care                              -                -                -           90,000
 52310   Printing                                   292            500              500            1,600
 52340   Photography                              1,153            500              500              500
 52410   Building & Content Insurance               -                -                -           17,700
 52411   General Liability Insurance                -                -                -            6,000
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                    -                -                -           33,800
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                    -                -                -           22,700
 52510   Utilities                                  -                -                -          148,200
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.            -                -                -           98,700
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles                    9,395          5,500            8,000           12,100
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                  2,562          1,000            2,500            4,800
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.               173            600              600            1,900
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.               240          2,700              500            5,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equip                                      -                -              500
 52631   Rent Identi Kit Equip                      136            500              500              500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                       457            600              600            1,600
 52780   Clothing Allowance                      12,823         14,500           15,400           18,500
 52851   Professional Services                    4,398          5,000            6,000           48,500
 52853   Information Purchases                      826          2,000            2,000            2,000
 52854   Professional Services Technology           -              -                -             30,700
         Total Contractual Services              44,797         56,700           65,700          624,700




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Department: Police
Division: Investigations/Support Services                                                   101.240.510
                                                    ACTUAL        BUDGET         REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009          2010            2010           2011
        COMMODITIES
 53110 Office Supplies                                  2,233          3,400           2,700             19,700
 53530 Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                               -              -               -            235,800
 53590 Books & Films                                        -              -               -              1,000
 53600 Police Operating Supplies                          771          1,000           1,000              5,100
 53610 Uniforms & Wear Apparel                          2,310          4,500           2,500             13,700
 53760 Guns & Ammunition                                    -              -               -             55,000
 53875 Technology                                         434          1,600           1,600            120,400
        Total Commodities                               5,746         10,500           7,800            450,700


         TOTAL                                  $   1,286,078   $ 1,408,200     $ 2,344,200    $ 4,346,000




     In 2010, the Police Department's Investigations and Staff Services Divisions were combined to 
     form the new Support Services Division.  Support Services will oversee general criminal and 
     special assignment investigative program, as well as police communications, records, evidence 
     and property control, professional standards and employee training. Highlights of the Support 
     Services Division's 2011 budget include $28,000 for training of division employees, $90,000 for 
     prisoner care, $246,900 for building utilities and maintenance, $235,800 for department‐wide 
     gasoline and oil purchases, and $55,000 for training ammunition and special munitions.




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Department: Police
Division: Staff Services                                                                    101.240.520
                                                   ACTUAL        BUDGET           REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009          2010              2010           2011
         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $         1,079,445   $ 1,035,500   $     553,700   $        -
 51120   FICA                                          88,283        91,175          45,800            -
 51130   KPERS                                         52,280        54,500          31,800            -
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       52,015        43,025          50,100            -
 51135   KP&F                                          49,982        68,450          26,400            -
 51140   Overtime                                      88,908       156,200          45,000            -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                        1,703         1,775           2,200            -
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance               9,752        10,000           7,200            -
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                    123,205       137,975          58,300            -
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      7,454         7,675           3,000            -
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                         1,385         1,425           1,000            -
         Total Personal Services                    1,554,412     1,607,700         824,500            -
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                        5,674         6,200           5,700            -
 52120   Telecommunications                            12,361        23,100          17,800            -
 52130   Transportation/Reception                       5,057         4,600           4,500            -
 52140   Education                                      8,832         9,000           9,000            -
 52230   Prisoner Care                                 88,109       122,000          90,000            -
 52310   Printing                                         135           500             300            -
 52410   Building & Content Ins.                       20,839        21,900          16,900            -
 52411   General Liability                              7,752         8,100           5,800            -
 52510   Utilities                                    108,151       159,700         148,200            -
 52520   Buildings Operations                          98,237       118,600          98,700            -
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles                          1,777         3,000           2,000            -
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                        4,319         2,000           2,000            -
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                   5,000         3,600           1,000            -
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                   1,483         4,000           2,000            -
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equip                           -             500             500            -
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                             638         1,600             800            -
 52780   Clothing Allowance                             1,146         1,100             600            -
 52851   Professional Services                         32,459        46,700          32,500            -
 52854   Professional Services Technology                 -             -            30,700            -
         Total Contractual Services                   401,969       536,200         469,000            -
         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                               14,840        17,000          16,000            -
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                       157,115       302,500         235,800            -
 53600   Police Operating Supplies                      1,747         5,300           2,000            -
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                        8,958         8,000           9,200            -
 53760   Guns/Ammunition Supplies                      51,916        60,000          55,000            -
 53871   Crime Prevention                                 170         5,000             -              -
 53875   Technology                                    77,371       164,500          84,500            -
         Total Commodities                            312,118       562,300         402,500            -
         TOTAL                                 $    2,268,499   $ 2,706,200   $ 1,696,000     $        -

 The Police Department's Staff Services Division was combined with Investigations to form the new 
 Support Services Division. All projected line item expenditures are now in Support Services.

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Departm
D           F      partment
      ment: Fire Dep
Division: All Divisions 101.260
D

The
T Fire Depa                  c          ent            al          nt’s
               artment is a central eleme in our loca governmen efforts to promote life safety by coordinating
                             ams dealing with fire supp
the efforts of its special tea           w                        mergency med
                                                      pressions, em                         s,
                                                                               dical services hazardous materials,
public education and the development and enforcem
p                            d                                    nance and fire codes. The Fire Depart
                                                      ment of ordin            e            e           tment has
               s            A                                      on,
three divisions including: Administration, Operations and Preventio and Inves  stigation.

                                                  ures by Div
                                          Expenditu         vision


                                        vision
                                      Div                              Budget
                                        ministration
                                      Adm                             $478,400
                                      Operations                     $5,745,300
                                      Pre            vestigation
                                        evention & Inv                $166,500
                                        tal
                                      Tot                           $6,390,200


                                                 ditures by T
                                            Expend          Type
                                       Contractual 
                                        Services                  s
                                                        Commodities
                                           7%              2%




                                                                                 Personal 
                                                                                 P
                                                                                 Services
                                                                                 S
                                                                                   91%




Departme Highlights
D      ent
        Respo                  56
              onded to 4,25 calls for se    ervice with an average resp               f
                                                                        ponse time of 4:56
                              e                          c
        Performed 854 fire code inspections with a compliance ra of 98%ate
             ded               y            d            o
        Provid fire safety training and education to over 2,500 e                     nd
                                                                        elementary an pre-school age children   n
             ded                            rs            p            r
        Provid an average of 13 hour of training per firefighter per month
        Maint                               s                          ea            ety             d
             tained three fire stations as well as the increased are at the Safe Center and old Fire Sta        ation 2
             ded
        Provid snow rem                     t
                              moval support to Public Wo  orks with 12 fiirefighters
             cipated in the KCPL Mpowe program which netted o
        Partic                               er          w             over $700 in u               gs          ety
                                                                                     utilities saving at the Safe Center
        Issued 1,894 burn permits
                                            s            e
        Reduced overtime by allowing shift coverage only, no trai nings or mee                      s
                                                                                     etings on days off
             ded
        Provid event sup                   Waste Event, Old Shawnee Days and Fla for Freed
                               pport for E-W             O                            ags           dom
             ed               000           r            w
        Applie for a $65,0 firefighter gear grant which was gra        anted in early 2010
            ed
        Place in service a Med-Act transporting ambulance at St         tation 73
        Recer rtified all firefighters to EMT level in-houuse
        Devel                  c
              loped a new career develo     opment progra for acting Captains
                                                          am
             d                 $                         k
        Saved more than $8,000 by doing prep work on new fire t                      72)
                                                                        truck (Quint 7 in-house
                                                       Page 127
Department: Fire
Division: All Divisions                                                               101.260

                                             ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009          2010           2010         2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                           $ 3,459,915   $ 3,477,900   $ 3,483,800   $ 3,601,700
 51120   FICA                                   283,898       298,600       299,100       308,200
 51130   KPERS                                    3,333         3,850         4,200         4,500
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                169,717       140,900       163,300       163,300
 51135   KP&F                                   532,639       539,500       539,400       624,700
 51140   Overtime                               379,974       428,200       426,000       426,000
 51150   Volunteer Pay                           15,841             -             -             -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                  4,883         5,025         6,700         6,900
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance       125,269       126,575       115,500       120,100
 51163   Employee Health Insurance              426,128       499,685       521,400       552,800
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance               17,502        19,400        19,500        20,100
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                   4,573         4,565         6,100         6,200
         Total Personal Services              5,423,672     5,544,200     5,585,000     5,834,500

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                  1,750         1,700         2,000         2,000
 52120   Telecommunications                      23,865        39,500        30,300        26,800
 52130   Transportation/Reception                10,992        20,100        15,600        15,600
 52140   Education                               18,715        34,000        31,000        31,000
 52160   Car Allowance                           11,215         5,400         5,400         5,400
 52310   Printing                                   452         2,000         1,600         1,600
 52340   Photography                                 10         1,000           500           500
 52410   Building & Content Insurance               649         1,500         1,200         1,300
 52411   General Liability Insurance                855           900           700           700
 52420   Public Safety Insurance                  1,224         1,300         1,000         1,100
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                  6,442         7,600         6,000         6,300
 52510   Utilities                               81,534        73,400       100,000       100,000
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.         92,827        97,800        97,800        97,800
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.              76,001       120,000        80,000        85,000
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment              8,967        22,000        16,000        16,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equipment         13,895        16,500        15,100        15,100
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.               416         3,300         2,500         2,500
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment               4,597         4,500         5,200         5,200
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                     2,803         2,800         2,900         2,900
 52780   Clothing Allowance                       1,147         1,100         1,100         1,100
 52851   Professional Services                   31,096        41,500        41,500        41,500
 52854   Professional Services Technology             -             -         7,500         7,500
         Total Contractual Services             389,450       497,900       464,900       466,900




                                             Page 128
Department: Fire
Division: All Divisions                                                       101.260

                                     ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                2009          2010           2010         2011

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                  7,925        11,100         9,600         9,600
 53410   Expendable Tools                 4,971        16,600        10,000        10,000
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil          23,697        35,000        24,300        24,300
 53590   Books & Films                      421         2,500         1,900         1,900
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Appl.           19,635        50,500        38,000        38,000
 53870   Other Operating Supplies         2,952         6,000         5,000         5,000
 53875   Technology                       4,922         7,500             -             -
         Total Commodities               64,524       129,200        88,800        88,800


         TOTAL                      $ 5,877,646   $ 6,171,300   $ 6,138,700   $ 6,390,200




                                     Page 129
Departm
D           F      partment
      ment: Fire Dep
Division: Administration 10
D                                 10
                          01.260.01

The
T Administr                n           he
             ration Division oversees th Operations and Prevent
                                                  s                        stigation Divis
                                                              tion and Inves                         administer
                                                                                         sions. They a
             rams to ensu that state and federal safety stand
training progr             ure                                             et            ncy
                                                              dards are me in emergen prepared      dness and
hazardous ma
h            aterials response.

                                                         ditures by T
                                                    Expend          Type

                                                         Commodities
                                                            2%




                              C
                              Contractual 
                                Services
                                  40%

                                                                                              ersonal 
                                                                                             Pe
                                                                                              ervices
                                                                                             Se
                                                                                               58%




Staffing
S
                             Ac
                              ctual 2009                            Budget 201
                                                                             10                            Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                    Position
                 Full-Time     P
                               Part-Time       asonal
                                             Sea               me
                                                        Full-Tim     Part-Time
                                                                             e    Seasonal     Full-Time     rt-Time
                                                                                                           Par               onal
                                                                                                                         Seaso      Change
F Chief
Fire                1              -            -          1              -          -             1            -            -         -
Administrative
A
A
Asst                1              -            -          1              -          -             1            -            -         -
     Total          2              -            -          2              -          -             2            -            -         -




                                                               Page 130
Department: Fire
Division: Administration                                                                      101.260.010
                                                  ACTUAL           BUDGET           REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                             2009             2010              2010           2011
         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $          186,149   $     166,500    $     204,500   $     208,900
 51120   FICA                                         12,300          12,750           15,700          16,100
 51130   KPERS                                         3,333           3,850            4,200           4,500
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       6,431           6,000            6,200           6,200
 51135   KP&F                                         20,284          16,325           21,200          24,500
 51140   Overtime                                        629             -              1,000           1,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                         180             100              200             200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance              4,845           4,900            4,900           5,100
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     9,483          22,125            9,900          10,500
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                       588           1,675              700             700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                          229               75             100             100
         Total Personal Services                     244,450         234,300          268,600         277,800
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                         827             900              900             900
 52120   Telecommunications                           11,130          22,000            5,000           5,000
 52130   Transportation/Reception                      1,783           6,600            6,000           6,000
 52140   Education                                       574           3,000            3,000           3,000
 52160   Car Allowance                                 5,608           5,400            5,400           5,400
 52310   Printing                                        156             900              900             900
 52410   Building & Content Ins.                         649           1,500            1,200           1,300
 52411   General Liability                               855             900              700             700
 52420   Professional Liability Ins                    1,224           1,300            1,000           1,100
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                       6,442           7,600            6,000           6,300
 52510   Utilities                                    81,534          73,400          100,000         100,000
 52520   Buildings Operations                          4,659           3,000            3,000           3,000
 52532   Repair Operations/Maintenance                   -               500              500             500
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                    150           2,000              600             600
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                    372           1,800            1,000           1,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equip                        4,595           4,000            5,000           5,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                          1,322           1,300            1,400           1,400
 52780   Clothing Allowance                            1,147           1,100            1,100           1,100
 52851   Professional Services                        31,096          41,500           41,500          41,500
 52854   Professional Services Technology                -                 -            7,500           7,500
         Total Contractual Services                  154,121         178,700          191,700         192,200
         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                               5,334           7,500            6,800           6,800
 53590   Books & Films                                     -             100              100             100
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                         255           3,000            1,000           1,000
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                          -             500              500             500
 53875   Technology                                    3,260           7,500              -               -
         Total Commodities                             8,849          18,600            8,400           8,400
         TOTAL                                $      407,420   $     431,600    $     468,700   $     478,400

    The Fire Administration Division budgets for Human Resources consulting and physicals as part of the
    hiring process. These activities are budgeted at $41,500 in the 2011 budget.



                                                  Page 131
Departm
D           F      partment
      ment: Fire Dep
Division: Operatio 101.2
D                ons   260.600

The Operations Division re
T                                      m
                         esponds to medical emer                                        nd         s
                                                  rgencies and fire, rescue, explosion an hazardous material
 ncidents. Ot
in                                     de
            ther responsibilities includ planning, company ins             nd
                                                              spections an vehicle, eq             d
                                                                                        quipment and building
maintenance.
m

                                                        ditures by T
                                                   Expend          Type

                                            ontractual 
                                           Co
                                                               C
                                                               Commodities
                                            Services
                                                                  1%
                                               5%




                                                                                            ersonal 
                                                                                           Pe
                                                                                           Services
                                                                                             94%




Staffing
S
                          Actual 2009                           Budget 2010                          Budget 2
                                                                                                            2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                              Position
              Full-Time     rt-Time
                          Par               onal
                                        Seaso      Full-Time     Part-Time    Seasonal       -Time
                                                                                         Full-         Part-Time   Seasonal   Change
Battalion
B
                 3             -           -           3             -           -           3             -          -          -
Chief
C
Captain
C                12            -           -          12             -           -           12            -          -          -
Firefighter
F                39            -           -          36             -           -           37            -          -         +1
    Total        54            -           -          51             -           -           52            -          -         +1




                                                                Page 132
Department: Fire
Division: Operations                                                                          101.260.600
                                                    ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009            2010             2010           2011

           PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110     Salaries                         $        3,115,089    $ 3,153,100     $ 3,179,000     $ 3,292,500
 51120     FICA                                        258,935        273,725         275,700         284,400
 51132     Supplemental Retirement                     157,801        129,175         151,800         151,800
 51135     KP&F                                        488,232        500,575         504,200         584,400
 51140     Overtime                                    368,823        425,000         425,000         425,000
 51150     Volunteer Pay                                15,841            -               -               -
 51161     Employee Life Insurance                       4,523          4,725           6,300           6,500
 51162     Workman's Compensation Insurance            115,105        116,300         105,100         109,300
 51163     Employee Health Insurance                   397,896        456,500         500,700         530,700
 51164     Employee Dental Insurance                    16,268         17,000          18,400          19,000
 51165     Unemployment Insurance                        4,142          4,300           5,800           5,900
           Total Personal Services                   4,942,654      5,080,400       5,172,000       5,409,500

           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110     Postage                                         892             700           1,000           1,000
 52120     Telecommunications                           11,828          16,000          24,000          20,500
 52130     Transportation/Reception                      8,821           8,500           7,700           7,700
 52140     Education                                    17,116          25,000          25,000          25,000
 52160     Car Allowance                                 5,608             -               -               -
 52310     Printing                                        -               700             300             300
 52520     Buildings Operations                         88,168          94,800          94,800          94,800
 52531     Repair Motor Vehicles                        75,477         110,000          75,000          80,000
 52532     Repair Operations/Maintenance                 8,967          21,000          15,000          15,000
 52533     Repair Communications Equip.                 13,745          14,000          14,000          14,000
 52534     Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                      43          1,500           1,500           1,500
 52630     Rent-Machinery & Equip                             2            500             200             200
 52720     Dues & Subscriptions                            484             500             500             500
           Total Contractual Services                  231,150         293,200         259,000         260,500

           COMMODITIES
 53110     Office Supplies                                1,958          2,300           2,000              2,000
 53410     Expendable Tools                               4,971         16,600          10,000             10,000
 53530     Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                        21,771         30,000          22,500             22,500
 53590     Books & Films                                    208          1,400             800                800
 53610     Uniforms & Wear Apparel                       18,798         46,000          36,000             36,000
 53870     Other Operating Supplies                       2,783          5,000           4,000              4,000
 53875     Technology                                     1,663            -               -                  -
           Total Commodities                             52,151        101,300          75,300             75,300


           TOTAL                                  $ 5,225,955     $ 5,474,900     $ 5,506,300     $ 5,745,300

         Repairs to Fire Operations vehicles are estimated at $80,000 in the 2011 budget. Diesel fuel is
         anticipated to cost $25,000 and replacement uniforms and personal protective gear for
         firefighters $36,000.


                                                     Page 133
Departm
D           F      partment
      ment: Fire Dep
Division: Prevention and In
D                                 tion 101.2
                          nvestigat        260.610

The Prevention and Inve
T                         estigation Div            ces fire prev
                                        vision enforc           vention and f            standards coordinating
                                                                             fire safety s
 nspections, reviewing con
in                                                   ocation and a
                          nstruction plans, hydrant lo                      ccess, conduc
                                                                 apparatus ac                         and arson
                                                                                          cting cause a
 nvestigations and providing public safet education.
in                                      ty

                                                           ditures by T
                                                      Expend          Type


                                                             modities
                                             Contractual  Comm
                                              Servvices      3
                                                             3%
                                                 9%




                                                                                               onal 
                                                                                           Perso
                                                                                           Serviices
                                                                                             88%%


Staffing
S
                                 Ac
                                  ctual 2009                          Budget 2010
                                                                                0                          Budge 2011
                                                                                                               et                  2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                   Position
                     Full-Time   P
                                 Part-Time       asonal
                                               Sea               me
                                                          Full-Tim     Part-Time    Seasonal    ull-Time
                                                                                               Fu               -Time
                                                                                                            Part-            nal
                                                                                                                        Season     Change
Deputy Fire
D
C
Chief/Fire Marshal
                        1             -           -           1            -           -           1            -          -          -
Fire
F Prevention
O
Officer
                        1             -           -           1            -           -           -            -          -          -1
      Total             2             -           -           2            -           -           1            -          -          -1




                                                                  Page 134
Department: Fire
Division: Prevention & Investigation                                                    101.260.610
                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009             2010             2010            2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                       $ 158,677         $     158,300   $     100,300   $      100,300
 51120   FICA                              12,663                12,125           7,700            7,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement            5,486                 5,725           5,300            5,300
 51135   KP&F                              24,123                22,600          14,000           15,800
 51140   Overtime                          10,523                 3,200             -                -
 51161   Employee Life Insurance              180                   200             200              200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insuran     5,318                 5,375           5,500            5,700
 51163   Employee Health Insurance         18,749                21,060          10,800           11,600
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance            646                   725             400              400
 51165   Unemployment Insurance               202                   190             200              200
         Total Personal Services          236,567               229,500         144,400          147,200

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                     31             100             100              100
 52120   Telecommunications                        908            1,500           1,300            1,300
 52130   Transportation/Reception                  388            5,000           1,900            1,900
 52140   Education                               1,025            6,000           3,000            3,000
 52310   Printing                                  296              400             400              400
 52340   Photography                                 10           1,000             500              500
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles                     524           10,000           5,000            5,000
 52532   Repair Operations/Maintenance             -                500             500              500
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.              -                500             500              500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                      998            1,000           1,000            1,000
         Total Contractual Services              4,179           26,000          14,200           14,200

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                           633            1,300             800              800
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                  1,926            5,000           1,800            1,800
 53590   Books & Films                             213            1,000           1,000            1,000
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                   583            1,500           1,000            1,000
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                  169              500             500              500
         Total Commodities                       3,524            9,300           5,100            5,100


         TOTAL                              $ 244,271     $     264,800   $     163,700   $      166,500




    $5,000 is allocated in the 2011 budget for repairs to Fire Investigation vehicles and an
    additional $1,800 for fuel.




                                               Page 135
Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: All Divisions 101.290
D

The Parks an Recreation Departmen provides citizens with quality parks and recrea
T            nd                       nt          c                  s                         s,
                                                                                ation facilities cultural,
educational, and health and recreationa programs.
e            a                        al

                                                  ures by Div
                                          Expenditu         vision

                                       vision
                                     Div                              Budget
                                     Admministration             $320,000
                                         k
                                     Park Maintenanc ce        $1,385,600
                                                               $
                                     Aquatics                    $981,500
                                         c
                                     Civic Centre                $463,000
                                     Reccreational Programming   $247,000
                                     Shaawnee Town               $468,600
                                     Totaal                    $3,838,700
                                                               $

                                                 ditures by T
                                            Expend          Type
                                                   dities
                                              Commod
                                                 5%




                          C
                          Contractual 
                            Services
                              39%                                                 Personal 
                                                                                  P
                                                                                  Services
                                                                                  S
                                                                                    56%




Departme Highlights
D      ent
            a
       672 acres of parklaand, 407 deve                 r
                                          eloped and/or maintained
       Maint                                           es,
            tained 40 sports fields, 16 play structure 21 park sh     helters, two in             ourts and a sk
                                                                                     nline skate co             kate park
       Offere more than 650 recreatio programs
            ed                            on
       Opera              al              a
            ated municipa pools with an annual atte     endance of 12   20,977 in 20009
                         787
       Instructed over 1,7 swim less     sons
                           45              s
       Generated $682,64 in Aquatics revenue and maintained a general fun cost recov nd                         4%
                                                                                                  very rate of 74
       Performed snow re  emoval opera   ations 10 times
                           28
       Generated $266,52 in Recreat                    m              nd
                                          tional Program revenue an obtained a 100% direct cost recovery rate,   y
            ning $40,206 to the Genera Fund
       return              t              al
       Desiggnated Tree City USA for th 13th year
                         C                he
       Recei                             80            ant             g                          se
             ived an additional $426,78 CMAQ Gra for funding the Clear Creek Multi-Us Trail-Phase II             e
       Recei             olunteer hours at Shawnee Town valued at $93,960.
             ived 4,772 vo                s            e               d
       Installed energy ef                a            sors in all Par facilities red
                          fficient lights and light sens               rk             ducing expennses $9,800
                         s                              ms
       Installed waterless urinals in all Park restroom and pool b     bathhouses to reduce water usage
                                                                                      o
       Recei             00                                            r
             ived a $10,00 National Recreational Trails grant for an environm                     dly
                                                                                    mentally friend electric utility
       vehiclle
       Obtained 97% utiliz                f
                           zation rate of baseball/soft                              me.
                                                        tball fields du ring prime tim
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: All Divisions                                                                 101.290
                                             ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009          2010           2010         2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                           $ 1,632,451   $ 1,640,400   $ 1,628,100   $ 1,612,300
 51120   FICA                                   127,058       132,700       130,200       129,000
 51130   KPERS                                   67,895        95,260        83,900        89,000
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                 53,899        44,315        52,200        52,200
 51140   Overtime                                62,078        94,100        74,100        74,100
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                  1,733         1,825         2,100         2,100
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance        32,655        33,600        28,900        29,900
 51163   Employee Health Insurance              134,849       156,525       151,300       160,300
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                6,167         6,440         6,500         6,700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                   2,003         1,435         1,875         1,900
         Total Personal Services              2,120,789     2,206,600     2,159,175     2,157,500

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                  9,015         8,000         8,000         8,000
 52120   Telecommunications                      25,193        35,400        21,400        21,400
 52130   Transportation/Reception                14,532        30,500        13,300        12,700
 52140   Education                                9,747        14,600        13,800        14,600
 52142   Educational Programming                 43,045        15,000        18,000        18,000
 52143   Grants                                   1,200             -         1,200         1,200
 52160   Car Allowance                            5,608         5,400         5,400         5,400
 52310   Printing                                30,762        41,300        27,700        26,800
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising           4,195         8,500         7,000         7,000
 52340   Photography                                901         2,100         1,100         1,100
 52410   Building & Content Insurance            25,498        26,700        20,700        21,700
 52411   General Liability Insurance              8,122         8,500         6,000         6,300
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                  6,743         8,100         6,200         6,500
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                  4,088         4,300         3,500         3,600
 52510   Utilities                              264,818       316,300       302,900       304,800
 52516   Park Lights                              3,708         4,500         3,800         3,800
 52520   Buildings - Operations & Maint.        204,668       207,700       201,100       193,000
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic.              47,106        50,000        50,000        50,000
 52532   Repair Operations Equipment             56,739        66,000        66,000        66,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equipment            454         2,000         1,600         1,600
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.             1,123         7,300         3,000         3,000
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                412,809       436,300       439,300       451,800
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment              28,811        31,600        29,100        29,100
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                     7,875        13,100        12,100        12,100
 52780   Clothing Allowance                       1,225             -         1,200         1,200
 52790   Other Contractual Service                1,078         5,800        14,700        14,700
 52810   Sales Tax                                5,790         8,200         8,200         8,200
 52851   Professional Services                  202,570       193,200       202,300       203,800
         Total Contractual Services           1,427,422     1,550,400     1,488,600     1,497,400




                                             Page 137
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: All Divisions                                                                 101.290
                                            ACTUAL        BUDGET        REVISED        BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                       2009          2010           2010          2011

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                        19,106        23,500        20,300         20,300
 53410   Expendable Tools                        4,326         5,600         5,600          5,600
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                 26,781        25,000        27,000         24,300
 53590   Books & Films                           3,569         3,100         3,900          3,900
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Appl.                  26,666        31,000        30,300         30,800
 53630   Concession Supplies/Sales Merch        40,759        71,000        66,500         67,000
 53660   Parks & Recreation Equipment           28,996        31,900        31,400         31,900
 53875   Technology                                568        12,000        12,000              -
         Total Commodities                     150,771       203,100       197,000        183,800

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfers to Other Funds               75,000             -              -             -
         Total Transfers                        75,000             -              -             -


         TOTAL                             $ 3,773,982   $ 3,960,100   $ 3,844,775    $ 3,838,700




                                            Page 138
Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: Administration 10
D                                 10
                          01.290.01

The
T Administr                n            rection in the overall opera
             ration Division provides dir                                       pital improvem
                                                                   ations and cap            ments for the Parks
and          on           nt,
a Recreatio departmen implementing the maste park plan, w
                                                      er                        njunction with and providin staff
                                                                   working in con            h            ng
support to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Bicycle Adviisory Board, t Old Shaw
s            e            R                            ,                        the         wnee Days So  ociety and
Friends of Sha
F             awnee Town.  .

                                                        ditures by T
                                                   Expend          Type


                                           Contractual      mmodities
                                                          Com
                                              rvices
                                            Ser               1%
                                              16%




                                                                                           Personal 
                                                                                           P
                                                                                           Services
                                                                                           S
                                                                                             83%




Staffing
S
                             Actual 2009                          Budget 2010                          Budget 2011
                                                                                                            t                   2011+/-
                                                                                                                                Position
                 Full-Time     art-Time
                              Pa              sonal
                                           Seas       Full-Time    Part-Time    Seasonal    ull-Time
                                                                                           Fu               Time
                                                                                                       Part-T              al
                                                                                                                     Seasona    Change
Parks and
P
R
Recreation Dir      1             -            -          1            -           -          1            -            -          -
Deputy Parks
D
and
a Recreation
D
Dir                 1             -            -          1            -           -          1            -            -          -
     Total          2             -            -          2            -           -          2            -            -          -




                                                              Page 139
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Administration                                                                       101.290.010
                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $            201,962   $     212,700   $     195,900   $     195,900
 51120   FICA                                           14,334          16,275          15,000          15,000
 51130   KPERS                                          13,651          16,500          15,200          16,400
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                         9,274           7,675           9,000           9,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                           180             200             200             200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                4,136           4,225           3,700           3,800
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                      18,749          22,225          21,600          22,800
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                         646             675             700             700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                            247             225             300             300
         Total Personal Services                       263,180         280,700         261,600         264,100

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                         9,000           8,000           8,000              8,000
 52120   Telecommunications                                908           1,400           1,100              1,100
 52130   Transportation/Reception                        2,273           9,600           3,600              3,600
 52140   Education                                       1,829           5,400           4,600              4,600
 52160   Car Allowance                                   5,608           5,400           5,400              5,400
 52310   Printing                                       20,134          25,500          12,400             11,500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                            1,674           1,300           1,600              1,600
 52851   Professional Services                          15,720           8,000          15,500             15,500
         Total Contractual Services                     57,146          64,600          52,200             51,300

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                 4,100           5,000           4,500              4,500
 53590   Books & Films                                                     -               100                100
         Total Commodities                               4,100           5,000           4,600              4,600


         TOTAL                                  $      324,426   $     350,300   $     318,400   $     320,000




    The Parks and Recreation Administrative Division indirectly oversees all parks and recreation
    operations while directly administering the two cemeteries and special events. Highlights of the
    2011 budget include the modifications to the Cityline/Recreation brochure, distributed three times
    a year to the public, reduced the budgeted amount to $11,900. 50% of the postage for those
    distributions is $8,000, the remained expense is covered by the City Clerk budget. Credit card
    fees and external redirect fees are estimated at approx. $13,200 due to the high demand for
    credit card services. Professional services fees are assessed by the credit card companies for
    credit card transactions that occur with on-line enrollment in recreation programs, payments
    received at the Civic Centre for class registrations, facility rental or pool passes and payment for
    admission or concessions at the Splash Cove Aquatic Center and the Thomas A. Soetaert
    Aquatic Center.




                                                    Page 140
Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division Park Maintena
D      n:     M            01.290.7
                     ance 10      700
The Park Ma
T                          D
              aintenance Division is res  sponsible for maintaining all City par
                                                      r                        rks and prop          Parks and
                                                                                          perty. The P
Recreation De
R              epartment pro                          P
                            ovides assistance to the Public Works Department for ice and ssnow removal from city
streets, City parking lots an facilities.
s             p             nd

                                                      ditures by T
                                                 Expend          Type

                                                        modities
                                                     Comm
                                                        3
                                                        3%




                                                                                         Personal 
                                                                                         P
                                                                                         Services
                                                                                         S
                             Contractual 
                             C                                                             47%
                               Services
                                 50%




Staffing
S
                             ctual 2009
                            Ac                                            0
                                                                Budget 2010                          Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                      Full-                                Full-                              Position
                Full-Time    P
                             Part-Time      asonal
                                          Sea                    Part-Time    Seasonal                   t-Time
                                                                                                      Part              nal
                                                                                                                   Season     Change
                                                      Timee                                Time
Manager Parks
M
and
a Facilities       1             -           -          -            -           -          1             -           -         +1
Park
P
Supervisor
S                  3             -           -         3             -           -          2             -           -          -1
Mechanic
M                  1             -           -         1             -           -          1             -           -           -
Park
P
Technician
T                  6             -           -         4             -           -          4             -           -          -
Laborers
L                  -             -           3         -             -           3          -             -           4        +.25
    Total          11            -           3         8             -           3          8             -           4        +.25




                                                              Page 141
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Parks Maintenance                                                              101.290.700
                                              ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                         2009             2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $      420,124   $     361,900   $     385,200   $     387,100
 51120   FICA                                     35,753          32,575          34,400          34,500
 51130   KPERS                                    23,147          33,050          34,900          37,700
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                  19,385          15,375          18,700          18,700
 51140   Overtime                                 57,832          64,000          64,000          64,000
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                     743             725             900             900
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance          8,618           8,750           7,700           8,000
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                70,216          82,650          79,900          84,700
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                 2,612           2,675           2,800           2,900
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                      559             500             700             700
         Total Personal Services                 638,989         602,200         629,200         639,200

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                        6,266           7,800           7,800           7,800
 52130   Transportation/Reception                  1,022           1,500           1,400           1,400
 52140   Education                                 3,528           3,000           3,000           3,000
 52310   Printing                                    -               500             500             500
 52340   Photography                                 -               200             200             200
 52410   Building & Content Insurance              6,676           7,000           5,400           5,700
 52411   General Liability Insurance               3,163           3,300           2,300           2,400
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                   6,743           8,100           6,200           6,500
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                   4,088           4,300           3,500           3,600
 52510   Utilities                                97,773         119,000         112,600         112,600
 52516   Park Lights                               3,708           4,500           3,800           3,800
 52520   Buildings -Operations/Maint              20,526          20,300          20,300          20,300
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicle                     47,106          50,000          50,000          50,000
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                  56,465          65,000          65,000          65,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                454             500             500             500
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                451             500             500             500
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                 320,807         345,300         345,300         345,300
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment               14,632          13,000          13,000          13,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                        375           1,000           1,000           1,000
 52780   Clothing Allowance                        1,225             -             1,200           1,200
 52790   Other Contractual Services                  -               200             200             200
 52851   Professional Services                    29,105          37,000          37,000          37,000
         Total Contractual Services              624,113         692,000         680,700         681,500




                                              Page 142
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Parks Maintenance                                                                    101.290.700
                                                     ACTUAL        BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                2009          2010             2010           2011

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                  2,641          3,000           2,700             2,700
 53410   Expendable Tools                                 4,176          5,000           5,000             5,000
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel & Oil                          26,781         25,000          27,000            24,300
 53590   Books & Films                                      333            500             500               500
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                          6,096          6,600           5,400             5,400
         Total Commodities                               40,027         40,100          40,600            37,900

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfer to Other Funds                         75,000            -               -                 -
         Total Tranfers                                  75,000            -               -                 -


         TOTAL                                   $    1,378,129   $ 1,334,300    $ 1,350,500     $ 1,358,600




    Maintenance and repairs to the 562 acres of parkland in the City are estimated to cost $235,000
    in 2011. Repairs to Park Maintenance equipment such as mowers, tractors, weed eaters and
    Bobcats is estimated at $65,000. Holiday decorating in the form of putting up and taking down of
    Christmas decorations and snowflakes costs approximately $25,000. Fuel for Park
    Maintenance vehicles is estimated at $27,000 and electricity for park trail lights and parking lots
    is estimated at $3,800.




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Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: Aquatics 101.290
D                s       0.710

The         D
T Aquatic Division opera            atic          S                                    Center and the Thomas
                        ates two aqua facilities; Splash Cove at the Jim Allen Aquatic C            e
A.          quatic Center The objecti is to maintain safe, fun and healthy facilities.
A Soetaert Aq           r.          ive

                                                       ditures by T
                                                  Expend          Type

                                           ommodities
                                          Co
                                             10%




                           C
                           Contractual 
                             Services
                               27%

                                                                                       Personal 
                                                                                        ervices
                                                                                       Se
                                                                                         63%
                                                                                         6




Staffing
S
                           A
                           Actual 2009                                    10
                                                                 Budget 201                           Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                Position
               Full-Time    Part-Time      easonal
                                          Se                me
                                                     Full-Tim     Part-Time
                                                                          e    Seasonal   Full-Time    Part-Time        onal
                                                                                                                    Seaso      Changes s
Recreation
R
Specialist
S                 1             -            -           1              -         -           1                        -           -
Recreation
R
Aquatics
A
Coordinator
C                 1             -            -           1              -         -           -           -            -          -1
 ntern
In                -             -            -           -              -         -           -           1            -         +0.5
Pool Staff
P                  -            -           204          -              -        175          -            -            5
                                                                                                                      175          -
      Total       2             -           204          2              -        175          2            -            5
                                                                                                                      175        -0.5




                                                             Page 144
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Aquatics                                                                              101.290.710
                                                     ACTUAL           BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                2009             2010             2010           2011
          PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110    Salaries                         $            557,329   $     579,000   $     562,500   $     548,200
 51120    FICA                                           42,686          45,825          43,000          41,900
 51130    KPERS                                           6,010           7,125           5,900           5,100
 51132    Supplemental Retirement                         3,921           3,325           3,800           3,800
 51140    Overtime                                          -            20,000             -               -
 51161    Employee Life Insurance                           180             215             200             200
 51162    Workman's Compensation Insurance               15,632          15,975          13,800          14,400
 51163    Employee Health Insurance                       7,753           8,750           6,100           6,500
 51164    Employee Dental Insurance                         646             675             500             500
 51165    Unemployment Insurance                            655             110             100             100
          Total Personal Services                       634,812         681,000         635,900         620,700
          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120    Telecommunications                              8,422          10,900           8,600           8,600
 52130    Transportation/Reception                          937           4,700           3,100           2,900
 52140    Education                                       1,125           1,900           1,900           1,700
 52310    Printing                                        5,403           7,000           7,000           7,000
 52330    Legal & Classified Advertising                    -               500             500             500
 52410    Building & Content Insurance                    2,967           3,100           2,400           2,500
 52411    General Liability Insurance                     2,821           3,000           2,100           2,200
 52510    Utilities                                      99,998         123,600         118,000         118,000
 52520    Buildings Operations                           11,185          10,100          11,100          11,100
 52534    Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                      -               500             500             500
 52540    Land Improvement Maint.                        77,154          71,000          74,000          86,500
 52630    Rent-Machinery & Equipment                      2,236           1,800           1,800           1,800
 52720    Dues & Subscriptions                            1,925           4,000           3,300           3,300
 52790    Other Contractual Services                        600           3,100           3,500           3,500
 52810    Sales Tax                                       5,693           7,700           7,700           7,700
 52851    Professional Services                           9,945          10,200          11,000          11,000
          Total Contractual Services                    230,411         263,100         256,500         268,800
          COMMODITIES
 53110    Office Supplies                                 2,723           4,000           3,600           3,600
 53410    Expendable Tools                                  150             500             500             500
 53590    Books & Films                                   2,971           1,000           2,800           2,800
 53610    Uniforms & Wear Apparel                        10,904          12,700          12,700          12,700
 53630    Concession Supplies                            39,158          70,000          65,000          65,000
 53660    Parks & Recreation Equipment                    7,172           7,400           6,900           7,400
 53875    Technology                                        532             -               -               -
          Total Commodities                              63,610          95,600          91,500          92,000

          TOTAL                                  $      928,833   $   1,039,700   $     983,900   $     981,500

  The Parks and Recreation Department's Aquatic Division oversees the management of both municipal
  aquatic facilities. Highlights of the 2011 budget includes the utilities for both aquatic centers are
  budgeted at $59,236 for electricity, 423,000 for water, and $27,000 for natural gas. Pool chemicals run
  around $40,000 and maintenance for pumps at the aquatic centers is estimated at $17,000. Lifeguard
  and concession workers are furnished uniforms which are budgeted at $10,000. Concession supplies
  for both facilities are estimated to cost $40,000.

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Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: Civic Ce
D                         .290.720
                 entre 101.

The Civic Ce
T                                       f          ation of the C
            entre staff is responsible for the opera                                     eation classes offered.
                                                                Civic Centre and all recre
Recreational opportunities are progra
R                          s            ammed for persons ran                e                        or
                                                                nging in age from infants to senio adults.
Responsibilitie include maintenance, adequate sup
R             es                        a          pervision dur             nal
                                                                ring operation hours, sccheduling of tthe facility
and
a providing space for rec              ogramming an rentals with the facility
                          creational pro           nd            hin         y.

                                                            ditures by T
                                                       Expend          Type

                                                             Commodities
                                                                2%




                                   C
                                   Contractual 
                                     Services
                                       42%
                                                                                                 Personal 
                                                                                                 P
                                                                                                 Services
                                                                                                 S
                                                                                                   56%




Staffing
S
                                  Ac
                                   ctual 2009                         Budget 2010                           Budget 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                     Position
                      Full-Time   Part-Time        sonal Full-Time
                                                Seas             e     Part-Time    Seasonal   Ful l-Time         Time
                                                                                                             Part-T              l
                                                                                                                          Seasonal   Change
Civic Centre
C
C
Coordinator               1           -            -          1            -           -            1            -           -          -
Facility Supervisor
F
                          1           9            -          1            8           -            1           11           -        +1.5
      Total               2           9            -          2            8           -            2           11           -        +1.5




                                                                     Page 146
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Civic Centre                                                                            101.290.720
                                                      ACTUAL            BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                 2009              2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $              164,911    $     176,800   $     198,800   $       198,800
 51120   FICA                                             12,649           14,125          15,800            15,800
 51130   KPERS                                             7,863           14,325           9,300            10,000
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                           7,926            6,665           7,700             7,700
 51140   Overtime                                          2,748            7,800           7,800             7,800
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                             180              210             200               200
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance                  1,701            1,750           1,200             1,200
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                        13,251           14,925          15,200            16,100
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                           646              675             700               700
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                              200              225             300               300
         Total Personal Services                         212,074          237,500         257,000           258,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage                                               15             -               -                 -
 52120   Telecommunications                                6,757            9,100           2,100             2,100
 52130   Transportation/Reception                              59             200             200               200
 52140   Education                                             25             300             300               300
 52310   Printing                                            758              500           1,000             1,000
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                      -              1,000             500               500
 52340   Photography                                         -                100             100               100
 52410   Building & Content Insurance                      5,656            5,900           4,600             4,800
 52411   General Liability Insurance                         684              700             500               500
 52510   Utilities                                        41,175           44,300          45,800            47,700
 52520   Buildings -Operations/Maint                     134,304          137,500         137,800           127,800
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                             274            1,000           1,000             1,000
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                        -                600             600               600
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                        -              1,000           1,000             1,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                        3,427            4,600           4,600             4,600
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                              1,324            2,400           1,800             1,800
 52851   Professional Services                             1,608              500           1,300             1,300
         Total Contractual Services                      196,064          209,700         203,200           195,300

         COMMODITIES
 53410   Expendable Tools                                    -                100             100               100
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                           1,006            1,000           1,000             1,000
 53660   Parks & Recreation Equipment                     10,038            8,000           8,000             8,000
 53875   Technology                                            36          12,000          12,000               -
         Total Commodities                                11,079           21,100          21,100             9,100


         TOTAL                                    $      419,218    $     468,300   $     481,300   $       463,000

    The Parks and Recreation Department's Civic Centre Division oversees all maintenance and
    rentals within the facility. Highlights of the 2011 budget includes $47,700 for electricity, $127,800
    for general building maintenance, $8,000 for table and chair replacement.



                                                      Page 147
Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: Recreational Prog
D                               ng      0.730
                          grammin 101.290
This Division organizes sp
T                                                  e            s                        urnament, Bik Rodeo,
                         pecial events including the Cinderella’s Ball, Moonlight Golf Tou           ke
Shawnee Sha
S             arks Swim and Dive Tea am, Old Shaw  wnee Days S  Sponsorship, Summer Co   oncert Series, Tour de
Shawnee Bik Ride, Hers
S            ke          shey Track & Field Program, Great G    Grillers BBQ Contest, Ho oliday Treasuures Craft
Festival, Neig
F                        V            y
             ghborwood, Veteran’s Day Celebration Civic Band sponsorship and Shawn
                                                   n,           d            p                       as
                                                                                         nee Christma Around
Town.
T

                                                     ditures by T
                                                Expend          Type


                                       Commodities
                                          11%
                                                                                  onal 
                                                                              Perso
                                                                              Servic
                                                                                   ces
                                                                                  %
                                                                                29%




                                         ractual 
                                     Contr
                                         vices
                                      Serv
                                         0%
                                        60


Staffing
S
                            ual
                         Actu 2009                         Budget 2010                      Budget 2011            2011 +/-
                             Part-                            Part-                            Parrt-              Position
               Full-Time                 onal
                                     Seaso               e
                                                 Full-Time             Seasonal    ull-Time
                                                                                  Fu                    Seasona
                                                                                                              al   Change
                            Time                              Time                               me
                                                                                               Tim
Recreational
R
S
Specialist        1          -           -          1          -          -          1          -          -          -
     Total        1          -           -          1          -          -          1          -          -          -




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Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Recreational Programming                                                            101.290.730
                                                    ACTUAL          BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009            2010             2010           2011

         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $            54,032   $      53,200   $      53,400   $        53,400
 51120   FICA                                           4,159           4,075           4,100             4,100
 51130   KPERS                                          3,547           4,150           4,100             4,500
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                        2,322           1,925           2,300             2,300
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                           90             100             100               100
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance               1,014           1,250           1,000             1,000
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                      3,876           4,425           4,400             4,700
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                        323             400             400               400
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                            64              75             100               100
         Total Personal Services                       69,427          69,600          69,900            70,600

         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                               454             600             600             600
 52130   Transportation/Reception                       6,626          10,000             900             900
 52140   Education                                        558           1,000           1,000           1,000
 52310   Printing                                       1,421           2,300           2,300           2,300
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                 3,155           4,000           4,000           4,000
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                          551             300             300             300
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                     5,751           6,700           6,700           6,700
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           1,447           3,100           3,100           3,100
 52790   Other Contractual Services                       500             500           9,000           9,000
 52851   Professional Services                        117,128         121,800         121,800         121,800
         Total Contractual Services                   137,591         150,300         149,700         149,700

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                  330             500             500               500
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                        7,187           9,700           9,700             9,700
 53660   Parks & Recreation Equipment                  11,787          16,500          16,500            16,500
         Total Commodities                             19,303          26,700          26,700            26,700


         TOTAL                                  $     226,322   $     246,600   $     246,300   $     247,000




    This Recreation Programming budget includes entertainment for the Summer Concert Series and
    Shawnee BBQ. Entertainment for these special events is estimated at $6,000. T-shirts for Tour-
    de-Shawnee and Shawnee BBQ participants will cost approximately $9,700. This division
    budgets for all recreation program instructors ($107,000). Also included in this budget are awards
    and trophies for various events ($8,000).




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Departm
D           P           creation
      ment: Parks and Rec      n
Division: Shawnee Town 101.290.74
D               e               40

Shawnee Tow is also pa of the Pa
S              wn          art         arks and Reccreation Depa                        door museum site that
                                                                artment. Thiis is an outd         m
collects, preserves and in
c                                      awnee’s histo
                           nterprets Sha           ory. The mu                          sts        ty
                                                               useum organiizes and hos communit events,
delivers educational progra
d                                      ol           d
                            ams to schoo groups and general pub              s                     ges
                                                                blic, operates a museum store, manag rental
facilities and oversees the Farmer’s Mar
f              o                        rket.

                                                        ditures by T
                                                   Expend          Type

                                                          modities
                                                       Comm
                                                          3%



                               Contractual 
                                Services
                                  32%




                                                                                               sonal 
                                                                                            Pers
                                                                                            Serv
                                                                                               vices
                                                                                              65
                                                                                               5%



Staffing
S
                               ctual 2009
                              Ac                                             0
                                                                   Budget 2010                               et
                                                                                                         Budge 2011              2011 +/-
                                                                                                                                 Position
                  Full-Time   P
                              Part-Time       asonal
                                            Sea               me
                                                       Full-Tim    Part-Time     Seasonal     ull-Time
                                                                                             Fu              -Time
                                                                                                         Part-             nal
                                                                                                                      Season     Change
M
Museum Director      1            -            -          1            -            -             1          -           -          -
Curator of
C
C
Collections          1            -            -          1            -            -             1          -           -          -
Curator of
C
E
Education            1            -            -          1            -            -             1          -           -          -
Facilities
F
C
Coordinator          1            -            -          1            -            -             -          1           -         -.25
Volunteer
V
C
Coordinator           -           1            -          -            1            -             -          1           -          -
S
Supervisors           -           6            -          -            7            -             -          7           -
     Total           4            7            -          4            8            -             3          9           -         -.25




                                                              Page 150
Department: Parks & Recreation
Division: Shawnee Town                                                                         101.290.740
                                                   ACTUAL            BUDGET          REVISED         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                              2009              2010             2010           2011
         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                         $           234,094    $     256,800   $     232,300   $     228,900
 51120   FICA                                          17,477           19,825          17,900          17,700
 51130   KPERS                                         13,679           20,110          14,500          15,300
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                       11,070            9,350          10,700          10,700
 51140   Overtime                                       1,498            2,300           2,300           2,300
 51161   Employee Life Insurance                          360              375             500             500
 51162   Workman's Compensation Insurance               1,554            1,650           1,500           1,500
 51163   Employee Health Insurance                     21,004           23,550          24,100          25,500
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                      1,293            1,340           1,400           1,500
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                           278              300             375             400
         Total Personal Services                      302,306          335,600         305,575         304,300
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52110   Postage
 52120   Telecommunications                             2,387            5,600           1,200           1,200
 52130   Transportation/Reception                       3,615            4,500           4,100           3,700
 52140   Education                                      2,682            3,000           3,000           4,000
 52142   Educational Programming                       43,045           15,000          18,000          18,000
 52143   Grants                                         1,200              -             1,200           1,200
 52310   Printing                                       3,045            5,500           4,500           4,500
 52330   Legal & Classified Advertising                 1,041            3,000           2,000           2,000
 52340   Photography                                      350            1,500             500             500
 52410   Building & Content Insurance                  10,199           10,700           8,300           8,700
 52411   General Liability Insurance                    1,453            1,500           1,100           1,200
 52510   Utilities                                     25,873           29,400          26,500          26,500
 52520   Buildings -Operations/Maint                   38,653           39,800          31,900          33,800
 52533   Repair Communications Equip.                     -                900             500             500
 52534   Repair Office Furn. & Equip.                     672            5,300           1,000           1,000
 52540   Land Improvement Maint.                       14,847           20,000          20,000          20,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                     2,766            5,500           3,000           3,000
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                           1,130            1,300           1,300           1,300
 52790   Other Contractual Service                        (22)           2,000           2,000           2,000
 52810   Sales Tax                                          97             500             500             500
 52851   Professional Services                         29,064           15,700          15,700          17,200
         Total Contractual Services                   182,097          170,700         146,300         150,800
         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                                9,311           11,000           9,000           9,000
 53590   Books & Films                                    265            1,600             500             500
 53610   Uniforms & Wear Apparel                        1,473            1,000           1,500           2,000
 53630   Merchandise for Resale                         1,601            1,000           1,500           2,000
         Total Commodities                             12,651           14,600          12,500          13,500

         TOTAL                                 $      497,054    $     520,900   $     464,375   $     468,600
 The Parks and Recreation Department's Shawnee Town Division oversees an outdoor museum site,
 educational programming, manages a rental facility and the Farmers' Market. Highlights of the 2011 budget
 include $26,500 for utilities, $20,000 for building maintenance, and $18,000 for educational programming.


                                                   Page 151
Special Revenue Operating Budgets

Special Revenue Funds - These funds are used to account for revenues derived from specific taxes,
governmental grants or other revenue sources which are designed to finance particular functions or
activities of the City. Budgeted funds include:

201   Public Safety Equipment Fund - This fund is used to Account for the purchase of police, fire and
      rescue equipment.

205   Special Narcotics Fund - This fund accounts for police expenditures funded by drug confiscation
      proceeds.

206   Special Highway Aid Fund - This fund is used to account for costs relating to the repair and
      maintenance of City streets and highways. Financing is derived from the City’s share of the Kansas
      gasoline tax.

207   Special Parks and Recreation Fund - This funding is used to account for parks and recreation
      expenditures funded from the state liquor tax.

208   Special Alcohol Abuse Fund - This fund is used to account for expenditures for alcohol
      rehabilitation programs funded from resources received from the state liquor tax.

209   Park and Recreation Land Use Fund - This fund is used to account for fees received by local
      builders which are designated for the City’s neighborhood park program. This fund now receives
      the .25 school tax levy which began in January, 2003.

210   Convention & Tourism Fund - This fund is used to account for a transient guest tax of 6% received
      by any hotel, motel, or tourist court which is designated for convention and tourism promotion.

211   Parks & Pipes Fund – This fund is used to account for a 1/8¢ sales tax for storm drainage (50%)
      and park improvements (50%) to become effective 1/1/01. This revenue source was for 5 years. In
      November, 2004, voters chose to continue the tax from 2006-2015.

212   Cemetery Fund - In 2004, the City acquired the Prairie View Cemetery. State law K.S.A. 17-1367
      requires that abandoned cemeteries be transferred to the appropriate City.

213   Stormwater Utility Fund – The Main revenue source for this fund comes from fees charged to
      developed properties based on the amount of impervious surfaces on the property and is dedicated
      to the City’s Stormwater Management Program. The Stormwater Management Program is also
      funded with a transfer from the General Fund into the Stormwater Fund.

214   Public Safety Fund - In November 2004 voters approved a 1/8 cent sales tax effective April 1, 2005.
      This is to be used for the construction of a Justice Center and thereafter for public safety purposes.
      The 1/8 cent sales tax has no sunset date.

215   Neighborhood Revitalization Fund - Beginning in 2006 the City will be accounting for grant
      expenditures previously accounted for in the General Fund for the Downtown Enhancement
      Program. This fund will also account for the Neighborhood Revitalization Act which offers property
      owners a 90% tax rebate on improvements that increase the appraised value by at least $10,000
      on ad valorem taxes. The remaining 10% goes into this fund and will be used to make
      improvements to the downtown area.

216   Equipment Reserve Fund - Beginning in 2011 the City is implementing a long-term equipment
      reserve program. The fund will be funded through transfers from the General Fund as allowed by
      State Statutes. The use of the fund is to cash fund equipment.




                                                 Page 152
PUBLIC SAFETY EQUIPMENT FUND
FUND NUMBER 201

                                       ACTUAL          BUDGET            BUDGET            BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                  2009            2010              2010R             2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING$         778,847   $     840,647     $     837,498     $     620,712

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43011   Property                        409,097         384,700           390,700           368,900
 43012   Motor Vehicle                    43,431          45,000            45,000            45,000
 43016   M&E Slider                          439             500               501                 -
 43031   Back Taxes                        4,769           5,900             6,000             5,900
         Total Taxes                     457,736         436,100           442,201           419,800

         INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 43150   Grants                           97,594                -             6,000
         Total Intergovernmental          97,594                -             6,000                 -

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                          8,490            8,400             8,000             6,200
         Total Use of Money & Prope        8,490            8,400             8,000             6,200

         TOTAL REVENUE                   563,820         444,500           456,201           426,000

         EXPENDITURES
         FIRE EQUIPMENT
 53990   Lease Purchase Payments          73,456         175,000           160,000           160,000
 54420   Operations Equipment             34,338          35,000            35,000            35,000
         Total Fire Equipment            107,794         210,000           195,000           195,000

         POLICE EQUIPMENT
 54410   Motor Vehicles Lic.             100,240         322,500           312,777           244,142
 54420   Operations Equipment            297,135          22,710            15,210             7,600
 53390   Countywide Radio lease                -         150,000           150,000           200,000
         Total Police Equipment          397,375         495,210           477,987           451,742

         TOTAL EXPENDITURES              505,169         705,210           672,987           646,742

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDIT            58,651         (260,710)         (216,786)         (220,742)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING       $     837,498   $     579,937     $     620,712     $     399,970




                                           Page 153
SPECIAL NARCOTICS FUND
FUND NUMBER 205

                                             ACTUAL             BUDGET           BUDGET          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009               2010             2010R           2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $      110,716     $     110,716    $     128,749   $     133,449

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43082   Drug Tax                                16,722            19,400           11,400          11,500
         Total Taxes                             16,722            19,400           11,400          11,500

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                 1,311             1,100             800            1,300
         Total Use of Money & Property            1,311             1,100             800            1,300

         TOTAL REVENUE                           18,033            20,500           12,200          12,800

         EXPENDITURES
 54420   Operations Equipment                           -          25,000            7,500          19,560
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                             -          25,000            7,500          19,560

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES               18,033            (4,500)           4,700          (6,760)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $      128,749     $     106,216    $     133,449   $     126,689




                                             Page 154
SPECIAL HIGHWAY FUND
FUND NUMBER 206

                                                    ACTUAL            BUDGET            BUDGET           BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009              2010              2010R            2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING                $       439,763    $      29,352     $     143,238    $      20,300

         REVENUE
         INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 43161   State Gasoline Tax                          1,525,795        1,738,420         1,610,110        1,660,000
         Transfer from General Fund (Street)               -                -             150,000          750,000
 43621   Transfer from General Fund (Park)              75,000              -                 -                -
 43621   Transfer from Stormwater Utility              314,000          215,800           215,800          217,100
         Total Intergovernmental                     1,914,795        1,954,220         1,975,910        2,627,100

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                        4,547             300              5,000             200
         Total Use of Money & Property                   4,547             300              5,000             200

         TOTAL REVENUE                               1,919,342        1,954,520         1,980,910        2,627,300

         EXPENDITURES
         MISCELLANEOUS
 58000   Transfer to Debt Service Fund               1,748,500        1,754,720         1,610,110        1,660,000
         TOTAL TRANSFERS                             1,748,500        1,754,720         1,610,110        1,660,000

         COMMODITIES
 53860   Sand Gravel & Rock                                   -             -                 -             20,500
         Total Commodities                                    -             -                 -             20,500

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54301   Drainage & Curb Repair                            -            215,800           287,641          217,100
 54301   Land Improvements                             467,367           13,352           206,097          750,000
         Total Capital Outlay                          467,367          229,152           493,738          967,100

         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          2,215,867        1,983,872         2,103,848        2,647,600

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES                    (296,525)         (29,352)         (122,938)         (20,300)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING                   $       143,238    $             -   $      20,300    $            -




                                                   Page 155
SPECIAL PARK & RECREATION FUND
FUND NUMBER 207

                                                        ACTUAL          BUDGET           BUDGET           BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                                   2009            2010             2010R            2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING                     $     676,212   $    277,100     $    774,664     $    257,487

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43081   Liquor Taxes                                     257,887        241,200          241,200          242,400
         Total Taxes                                      257,887        241,200          241,200          242,400

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                           7,744           2,800            5,000           2,600
         Total Use of Money & Property                      7,744           2,800            5,000           2,600

         MISCELLANEOUS                                    107,581        100,000          345,000          100,000
         Total Miscellaneous                              107,581        100,000          345,000          100,000
         TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

         TOTAL REVENUE                                    373,212        344,000          591,200          345,000

         EXPENDITURES
 54300   TASAC Repairs                                        -              -             313,000             -
 54300   Compliance SBG Act (Splash Cove)                  33,000            -                 -               -
 54300   Compliance SBG Act (TASAC)                        12,026            -                 -               -
 54300   Improvements - Gum Springs                        18,435            -                 -               -
 54300   Improvements - Water Tower Park                   46,854            -              15,477             -
 54300   Equipment                                            -              -              24,600             -
 54300   Shawnee Town - Phase One                           8,084        487,000           592,000             -
 54300   Shawnee Town Plan - Phase Two                        -              -                 -            94,000
 58000   Debt Payment Pioneer Crossing                     96,500         98,300            98,300          99,100
 58000   Debt Payment Stump Park                           50,000                           50,000          50,000
 54300   Shawnee Town Building Repairs & Painting           9,861         15,000            15,000          15,000
 54300   Future Park Improvements                             -                -                 -               -
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               274,760        600,300         1,108,377         258,100

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES                         98,452        (256,300)        (517,177)         86,900

         FUND BALANCE ENDING                        $     774,664   $     20,800     $    257,487     $    344,387




                                               Page 156
SPECIAL ALCOHOL ABUSE FUND
FUND NUMBER 208
                                              ACTUAL     BUDGET      BUDGET      BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                         2009       2010        2010R       2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING           $    159,945   $ 275,245   $ 295,564   $ 366,014
         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43081   Liquor Tax                            257,887     241,200     241,200     242,400
         Total Taxes                           257,887     241,200     241,200     242,400

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                3,183       5,500       3,000       7,300
         Total Use of Money & Property           3,183       5,500       3,000       7,300


         TOTAL REVENUE                         261,070     246,700     244,200     249,700

         EXPENDITURES
 51110   Salaries & Benefits (SRO)              95,800     102,000     102,000     105,000
 51135   Salaries & Benefits (Pros.)                             -      17,250      25,000
 52790   Other Contractual Services                  -           -       2,000       2,000
 52851   Professional Services                  29,651      50,000      50,000      50,000
 53875   Technology                                  -           -       2,500           -
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                    125,451     152,000     173,750     182,000

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES             135,619      94,700      70,450      67,700

         FUND BALANCE ENDING              $    295,564   $ 369,945   $ 366,014   $ 433,714




                                         Page 157
PARK & RECREATION LAND USE FUND
FUND NUMBER 209

                                             ACTUAL            BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
ACCT.#           CLASSIFICATION               2009              2010           2010R          2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $      296,175    $     49,675   $     17,465   $     48,265

         REVENUE

         SERVICE CHARGES
43361    Park Fees                               27,763          40,400         30,000         30,600
         Total Service Charges                   27,763          40,400         30,000         30,600

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
43511    Interest                                 1,859           1,000           800           1,000
         Total Use of Money & Property            1,859           1,000           800           1,000

         TOTAL REVENUE                           29,622          41,400         30,800         31,600

         EXPENDITURES
54300    T.A. SAC Repairs                       308,332             -              -              -
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                     308,332             -              -                  -

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES             (278,710)         41,400         30,800         31,600

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $       17,465    $     91,075   $     48,265   $     79,865




                                             Page 158
CONVENTION AND TOURISM FUND
FUND NUMBER 210

                                             ACTUAL            BUDGET           BUDGET           BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009              2010             2010R            2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $       76,006    $      60,505    $      71,055    $      71,055

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43052   Hotel Occupancy Tax                   279,966           331,100          282,800          282,800
         Total Taxes                           279,966           331,100          282,800          282,800

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                   584            1,200             400              700
         Total Use of Money & Property              584            1,200             400              700

         MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
         Miscellaneous                            5,556
         Total Miscellaneous Revenue              5,556                 -                -                -

         TOTAL REVENUE                         286,106           332,300          283,200          283,500

         EXPENDITURES
 52851   Convention & Visitor's Bureau         143,900           150,600          143,900          143,900
 52851   Old Shawnee Days                       20,000            20,000           20,000           20,000
 52851   Wonderscope                            20,000            10,000           10,000           10,000
 58000   Transfer to General Fund              107,156           150,600          109,300          119,600
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                    291,056           331,200          283,200          293,500

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES               (4,951)           1,100                 -         (10,000)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $       71,055    $      61,605    $      71,055    $      61,055




                                             Page 159
PARKS & PIPES FUND
FUND NUMBER 211

                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET           BUDGET           BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                               2009             2010             2010R            2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING                 $      816,374   $     872,117    $     911,452    $      75,487
         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43047   Sales - Parks & Pipes                         992,609       1,022,800          972,757          972,757
 43048   Sales/Use Tax - Parks & Pipes                 122,229         142,000          112,451          112,451
         Total Taxes                                 1,114,838       1,164,800        1,085,208        1,085,208

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                        5,751           8,700            4,600             400
         Total Use of Money & Property                   5,751           8,700            4,600             400

         TOTAL REVENUE                               1,120,589       1,173,500        1,089,808        1,085,608

         EXPENDITURES
         PARKS
 54300   P.N. 3331 Quivira Glenn                       419,362             -                -                  -
 54300   P.N. 3329 Clear Creek Phase I                 156,440             -            354,560                -
 54300   P.N. 3344 West Flanders                        36,039             -                -                  -
 54300   P.N. 3355 Clear Creek Trail Phase II          146,991         350,000          360,000           93,009
         Total Parks                                   758,832         350,000          714,560           93,009

         STORM DRAINAGE
 54300   P.N. 3285 Jo Dr to 59th W of Flint             44,441             -             25,772              -
 54300   P.N. 3327 Brianwood North                       3,127             -              1,601              -
 54300   P.N. 3328 Monticello Meadows I                 58,506             -              3,840              -
 54300   P.N. 3283 70th Flint                           70,366         937,000          841,000              -
 54300   52nd Ter & Barton - Nieman                     90,239             -             15,000              -
 54300   55th & Earnshaw                                   -               -                -            769,000
 54300   Bradshaw - 77th to Seven Hills                    -               -                -             56,000
 54300   Richards - 77th to Seven Hills                    -               -                -             45,500
         Total Storm Drainage                          266,679         937,000        1,211,213          870,500

         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          1,025,511       1,287,000        1,925,773          963,509

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES                      95,078        (113,500)        (835,965)         122,099

         FUND BALANCE ENDING                    $      911,452   $     758,617    $      75,487    $     197,586




                                                    Page 160
CEMETERY FUND
FUND NUMBER 212

                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET           BUDGET         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009             2010             2010R          2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $     39,125     $      1,896     $     24,448   $     34,548

         REVENUE
         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                 191                  -           100            300
         Total Use of Money & Property            191                  -           100            300

         SERVICE CHARGES
 43525   Grave Lots                            33,995           20,000           20,000         20,000
 43527   Grave Interment Fee                   24,560           10,000           20,000         20,000
         Total Service Charges                 58,555           30,000           40,000         40,000

         TOTAL REVENUE                         58,746           30,000           40,100         40,300

         EXPENDITURES
         Printing
 52851   Professional Services                  5,400           10,000           10,000         10,000
 54300   Land Improvement Maintenance          15,165           20,000           20,000         20,000
 54300   Columbarium                           51,693                -                -              -
 59000   Refunds                                1,165                -                -              -
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                    73,423           30,000           30,000         30,000

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES             (14,677)                -         10,100         10,300

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $     24,448     $      1,896     $     34,548   $     44,848




                                               Page 161
STORMWATER UTILITY FUND
FUND NUMBER 213

The Stormwater Division in the General Fund budget is a transfer to the Stormwater Utility Fund. Public Works
Stormwater division staff is paid for out of the Stormwater Utility Fund:




                                                                                                                                     2011
                                 Actual 2009                          Budget 2010                          Budget 2011
                                                                                                                                    Positions
                     Full-Time    Part-Time    Seasonal   Full-Time    Part-Time    Seasonal   Full-Time    Part-Time    Seasonal
Stormwater
Manager                 1             -           -          1               -         -          1             -           -           -
Public Works
Coordinator             1             -           -          1               -         -          -             -           -           -
Engineering Tech        1             -           -          1               -         -          1             -           -           -
Foreman                 3             -           -          3               -         -          2             -           -          -1
Mechanic                1             -           -          1               -         -          1             -           -           -
Maintenance
Worker                  7             -           -          7               -         -          7             -           -           -
Stormwater
Program Specialist       -            -           -           -              -         -          1             -           -         +1
Engineering Aide         -            -           -           -              -         -          -             -           1         .25
      Total             14            -           -          14              -         -          13            -           1         .25




                                                                  Page 162
STORMWATER SUMMARY
                                             ACTUAL             BUDGET          BUDGET          BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009               2010            2010R           2011


         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $ 1,918,068        $     738,167   $ 2,008,292     $ 1,219,571

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43055   Stormwater Utility Tax               1,671,137         1,632,800       1,671,000       1,679,400
         Total Taxes                          1,671,137         1,632,800       1,671,000       1,679,400
         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                25,956            14,800          25,000          24,400
         Total Use of Money & Property           25,956            14,800          25,000          24,400
         MISCELLANEOUS
 43621   Transfer from Other Funds                      -         700,000         450,000         450,000
         Total Miscellaneous                            -         700,000         450,000         450,000
         TOTAL REVENUE                        1,697,093         2,347,600       2,146,000       2,153,800

         EXPENDITURES
         PERSONAL SERVICES
 51110   Salaries                        $      354,675     $     667,100   $     563,836   $     643,817
 51120   FICA                                    27,612            54,900          45,734          51,853
 51130   KPERS                                   23,373            37,600          46,392          56,666
 51132   Supplemental Retirement                 12,005            21,400          24,440          24,440
 51140   Overtime                                15,458            34,000          34,000          34,000
 51161   Employee Life Ins.                         630             1,600           1,368           1,409
 51162   Worker's Compensation                   11,322            20,800          20,435          21,252
 51163   Employee Health Insurance               49,312           145,300         105,573         116,818
 51164   Employee Dental Insurance                1,939             5,600           4,286           4,935
 51165   Unemployment Insurance                     415                 -             957           1,085
         Total Personal Services                496,741           988,300         847,021         956,275
         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
 52120   Telecommunications                       3,245            12,200           7,400           7,400
 52130   Transportation/Reception                   395             4,400           4,400           6,000
 52140   Education                                4,380             8,400           8,100           8,500
 52450   Motor Vehicle Insurance                    749             8,200           2,600           2,700
 52451   Inland Marine Insurance                      -               900           1,000           1,000
 52510   Utilities                                1,908            27,800          27,800          36,600
 52520   Repair Buildings & Struc                 6,230            18,900          39,200          44,200
 52531   Repair Motor Vehicles Lic               24,710            20,400          20,400          35,500
 52532   Repair Operations Equip                  8,705            13,600          33,600          51,800
 52533   Repair Comm Equip                          344             1,500           1,200           1,200
 52534   Repair Office Furniture                      -               200             200             200
 52540   Land Improvement Maint                  96,057           170,400         155,400         175,000
 52630   Rent-Machinery & Equipment                   -             2,300           5,500           5,500
 52720   Dues & Subscriptions                       465             1,700           1,500           1,300
 52780   Clothing Allowance                       1,050                 -               -               -
 52851   Professional Services                   71,331           239,800         233,300         254,100
         Total Contractual Services             219,569           530,700         541,600         631,000
                                             Page 163
STORMWATER SUMMARY
                                             ACTUAL         BUDGET      BUDGET       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009           2010        2010R        2011

         COMMODITIES
 53110   Office Supplies                          2,396         5,500       5,500        7,300
 53410   Expendable Tools                           372         1,000       3,500        5,500
 53530   Gasoline, Diesel                        14,175        70,600      68,600       58,800
 53610   Uniforms & Wearing Apparel               1,925        10,400      10,100        7,600
 53860   Sand Gravel & Rock                           -         7,500       7,500        7,500
 53870   Other Operating Supplies                    56         1,000       1,000        1,000
 53875   Technology                                   -         4,000       4,000            -
 53990   Lease Purchase                          93,493        93,500      93,500       93,500
         Total Commodities                      112,416       193,500     193,700      181,200

         CAPITAL OUTLAY
 54300   Land Improvements                      253,225       209,000   1,128,500      900,000
 54410   Motor Vehicles                         210,917             -       1,000        1,000
 54420   Operations Equipment                         -        53,600       5,400        1,800
 54445   Office Furn & Equip (1,000-5,000)            -             -           -        1,000
         Total Capital Outlay                   464,142       262,600   1,134,900      903,800

         TRANSFERS
 58000   Transfer to Other Funds                314,000       215,800     215,500      217,100
         Total Transfers                        314,000       215,800     215,500      217,100

         REFUNDS
 59000   Refunds                                        -       2,000       2,000        2,000
         Total Refunds                                  -       2,000       2,000        2,000

         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                   1,606,868     2,192,900   2,934,721    2,891,375

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES               90,224       154,700    (788,721)    (737,575)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING                  2,008,292       892,867   1,219,571      481,996




                                             Page 164
PUBLIC SAFETY FUND
FUND NUMBER 214

                                          ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                     2009           2010           2010R          2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $ 1,983,372    $ 1,424,672    $ 1,780,853    $ 1,443,253

         REVENUE
         TAXES
 43053   Sales Taxes                         992,609      1,022,800        972,800        972,800
 43054   Use Taxes                           122,229        142,000        112,500        112,500
         Total Taxes                       1,114,838      1,164,800      1,085,300      1,085,300

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                             19,906         14,300         16,100         14,500
         Total Use of Money & Property        19,906         14,300         16,100         14,500


         TOTAL REVENUE                     1,134,744      1,179,100      1,101,400      1,099,800

         EXPENDITURES
 56501   Debt Service                      1,337,263      1,439,000      1,439,000      1,456,300
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                1,337,263      1,439,000      1,439,000      1,456,300

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES          (202,519)      (259,900)      (337,600)      (356,500)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $ 1,780,853    $ 1,164,772    $ 1,443,253    $ 1,086,753




                                          Page 165
NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION FUND
FUND NUMBER 215

                                             ACTUAL             BUDGET         BUDGET           BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009               2010           2010R            2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $       47,097     $     16,517   $     58,982     $     42,182

         REVENUE
         SERVICE CHARGES
 43352   NRA Downtown Rebate (net)               14,171           20,000         17,000           17,000
         Total Service Charges                   14,171           20,000         17,000           17,000

         DONATIONS
 43362   Donations & Sponsorships                 1,770            3,000          1,200            1,200
         Total Donations                          1,770            3,000          1,200            1,200

         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                       -           200              -                -
         Total Use of Money & Property                  -           200              -                -

         TRANSFERS
 43621   Transfer from General Fund              25,000           50,000         25,000           40,000
         Total Transfers                         25,000           50,000         25,000           40,000

         TOTAL REVENUE                           40,941           73,200         43,200           58,200


         EXPENDITURES
 52790   Downtown Expenditures                   13,739           50,000         40,000           40,000
 52790   Grants                                  15,317           20,000         20,000           25,000
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                      29,056           70,000         60,000           65,000

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES               11,885            3,200         (16,800)          (6,800)

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $       58,982     $     19,717   $     42,182     $     35,382




                                             Page 166
EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND
FUND NUMBER 216

                                             ACTUAL             BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET
ACCT. # CLASSIFICATION                        2009               2010         2010R        2011

         FUND BALANCE BEGINNING          $              -   $        -   $        -   $         -

         REVENUE
         USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
 43511   Interest                                       -            -                          -
         Total Use of Money & Property                  -            -            -             -

         TRANSFERS
 43621   Transfer from General Fund                     -            -            -         200,000
         Total Transfers                                -            -            -         200,000

         TOTAL REVENUE                                  -            -            -         200,000

         EXPENDITURES
 54420   Operations Equipment                           -            -            -         200,000
         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                             -            -            -         200,000

         REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES                      -            -            -             -

         FUND BALANCE ENDING             $              -   $        -   $        -   $         -




                                             Page 167
Debt Service Fund
The Bond and Interest Fund is used to account for the payment of principal and interest on the City’s general
obligation bonds, which are recorded in the general long-term debt group of accounts. Revenues for this purpose
include ad valorem property taxes, special assessment taxes and investment interest income.




                          2010 Outstanding Debt By Project Type
                              Total Debt as of 12/31/2010 $86,165,000




                                                   Page 168
Debt Service Fund

At the end of 2010 the City will have $86,165,000 in outstanding General Obligation Bonds. The City is limited by
State law in the amount of general obligation debt it can incur. This limit is set at 30% of the total assessed
valuation, including motor vehicle assessments. The legal debt margin can be estimated as follows:

 Assessed valuation of taxable tangible property            $      686,647,521
 Equalized valuation of motor vehicles (est.)                       87,291,949
 Equalized assessed tangible valuation of
 computation of bonded debt limitations                        $   773,939,470


 Legal Debt Limit (30%)                                    $       232,181,841
 Less: General Obligation Bonds                                     86,165,000
 Plus: Debt Service Fund balance                                     1,169,310
 Legal debt Margin                                          $      147,186,151


 Percentage of debt capacity used                                         37%




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DEBT SERVICE FUND
FUND NUMBER 401

                                                ACTUAL             BUDGET            BUDGET            BUDGET
ACCT. #    CLASSIFICATION                        2009               2010              2010R             2011

           FUND BALANCE BEGINNING           $      484,059     $     1,121,521   $      906,628    $     1,169,310

           REVENUE
           TAXES
  43011    Property                               6,751,250          6,352,923         6,480,000         6,088,900
  43012    Motor Vehicle                            841,995            700,000           842,000           842,000
  43016    M&E Slider                                 5,309              5,300             5,301             5,300
  43031    Back Taxes                                89,650             98,100            99,400            95,300
  43061    Special Assessments                    1,445,821          1,506,900         1,642,693         1,458,000
           Special Assessments New                                     144,500               -             700,600
           Total Taxes                            9,134,025          8,807,723         9,069,394         9,190,100

           SERVICE CHARGES
  43322    Excise Tax                               42,144            200,000            25,000            70,000
           Total Service Charges                    42,144            200,000            25,000            70,000


           USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY
  43511    Interest                                 48,880            111,500            50,000            63,200
           Total Use of Money & Property            48,880            111,500            50,000            63,200

           MISCELLANEOUS
           Miscellaneous                            114,194                -                                   -
  43621    Transfer from Other Funds              1,895,000          1,853,020         1,758,410         1,809,100
           Total Miscellaneous                    2,009,194          1,853,020         1,758,410         1,809,100

           TOTAL REVENUE                         11,234,243         10,972,243        10,902,804        11,132,400

          EXPENDITURES
  56501   Debt Service - Prior G.O. Bonds        10,159,374          9,584,765         9,687,022         9,402,356
  56501   Debt Service - KDOT Loan                  652,300            652,300           652,300           652,300
          Debt Service - KDOT Loan - 2009               -              544,200           300,800           300,800
          Bond 2009 (special Assessment)                -              144,500               -                 -
          Bond 2010                                     -                  -                 -             408,800
          Bond 2010 (special Assessment)                -                  -                 -             700,600
 10811674 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                     10,811,674         10,925,765        10,640,122        11,464,856

           REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES               422,569             46,478           262,682           (332,456)

           FUND BALANCE ENDING              $      906,628     $     1,168,000   $     1,169,310   $      836,854




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Outstanding General Obligation Bonds by Series and Project
     Year       Project                     Project                        Original       12/31/2010  Project
    Issued      Number                       Name                        Bond Amount     Bond Balance Type

Series 2002      3242     4900 Block of Nieman Drainage                         78,247          25,639   Storm
                 3246     I-435 & Midland Drive Signalization                   49,326          16,162   Street
                 3248     Monticello Road - 79th to 83rd                       838,215         274,652   Street
                 3251     47th Street - Mund Road to K-7                     1,400,290         458,824   Street
                 3253     63rd Street - Lackman to Rene                        863,112         282,810   Street
                 3256     Johnson Drive and Monticello Signalization           287,051          94,056   Street
                 3257     Old K-7 Highway Reconstruction                       988,404         323,864   Street
                 3265     Cody Avenue (57th to Johnson Drive)                  497,795         163,109   Street
                 3268     Monticello - 75th to 79th                            582,560         190,884   Street
                                                                             5,585,000       1,830,000

Series 2003-A    3244     43rd St. & K-7 Hwy. Traffic Signal                    87,471          51,792   Street
                 3263     61st Street from Nieman to Flint                     169,207         100,188   Street
                 3252     Wilder Road Bridge over Hayes Creek                  471,076         278,927   Street
                 3254     Woodland Avenue - 47th to SMPky                    8,487,763       5,025,649   Street
                 3262     7000 block of Gladstone Storm Drain                  273,140         161,728   Storm
                 3273     Midland Dr. Silverheel Frontage Road               2,671,343       1,581,717   Street
                                                                            12,160,000       7,200,000


Series 2004-A    3185     Shawnee Mission Parkway Jaycee to Halsey           3,183,211       2,098,100   Street
                 3259     Shawnee Mission Parkway Street Lighting              315,213         207,762   Street
                 3272     67th & Lackman, S. SM Pkwy on-off ramps              339,450         223,737   Street
                 3276     West Pool Renovation & Park Develop                4,427,415       2,918,173   Park
                 3278     Pflumm and Blackfish Parkway Signalization           232,713         153,385   Street
                 3279     Widmer Street Improvements                           828,404         546,013   Street
                 3280     Maurer Rd Improve - Johnson Dr to Midland          2,777,146       1,830,457   Street
                 3286     55th Street, Rosehill to Quivira Road              2,000,472       1,318,540   Street
                 3294     Rosehill Road Reconstruction                       1,583,693       1,043,835   Street
                                                                            15,687,717      10,340,000

Series 2005-A    3237     Shawnee Mission Parkway Widening                   1,620,000       1,176,179   Street
                 3266     79th St. Bridge over Clear Creek                     580,000         421,101   Street
                 3270     51st to 55th Street, Quivira to Lucile Ln          1,320,000         958,368   Storm
                 3295     83rd Street Improvements K-7 to Cole Parkway       1,095,000         795,010   Street
                 3300     67th and Long Intersection Improvements              305,000         221,441   Street
                 3301     Shawnee Mission Parkway Corridor Improve           2,175,000       1,579,130   Street
                 3305     Johnson Drive Rehabilitation                         260,000         188,770   Street
                                                                             7,355,000       5,340,000

Series 2006-A    3281     Johnson & Woodsonia Signal                           300,000         236,276 Street
                 3299     67th Street Rehab.                                   230,000         181,145 Street
                 3303     Justice Center Land                                2,700,000       2,126,483 General
                 3304     Johnson Drive & Nieman                             2,115,000       1,665,745 Street
                 3310     61st & Monticello Traffic Signal                     640,000         504,055 Street
                 3311     Johnson Drive & Renner Signals                       150,000         118,138 Street
                 3312     Pioneer Crossing Park                              1,115,000         878,159 Park
                                                                             7,250,000       5,710,000




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     Year       Project                      Project                        Original          12/31/2010  Project
    Issued      Number                        Name                        Bond Amount        Bond Balance Type

Series 2007-A    3303     Justice Center & Fire Station No. 2                 18,615,000        17,090,205 General
                 3314     75th Street Rehab                                      525,000           481,996 Street
                 3320     47th & K-7 Signal                                      210,000           192,798 Street
                                                                              19,350,000        17,765,000

Series 2008A     3302     Holliday Drive I-435 to Widner                        6,080,000        5,122,044   Street
                 3237     Shawnee Mission PH III, Halsey to Pflumm                785,000          661,317   Street
                 3319     Renner Road Street Lighting Midland                     180,000          151,639   Street
                                                                                7,045,000        5,935,000

Series 2008B    1998A Refinancing of Street projects                            2,691,000        2,176,442   Street
                1998A Refinancing of Storm projects                               234,000          189,256   Storm
                2000A Refinancing of Street projects                            2,880,000        2,329,302   Street
                                                                                5,805,000        4,695,000

Series 2008C    2000A     Refinancing of Street projects                       2,870,000         1,996,215   Street
                2000B     Refinancing of Street projects                       4,491,000         3,123,694   Street
                2000B     Refinancing of Storm projects                          499,000           347,077   Storm
                2001A     Refinancing Stump Memorial Park                      1,342,950           934,083   Parks
                2001A     Refinancing of Street projects                       5,052,050         3,513,930   Street
                                                                              14,255,000         9,915,000

Series 2009A     3326     Silverheel South                                      1,410,000        1,290,000   Street
                                                                                1,410,000        1,290,000

Series 2010A     TR44     Refinancing of Street projects                       3,585,000         3,585,000   Street
                 TR45     Refinancing of Street projects                       2,360,000         2,360,000   Street
                 3362     Traffic Signals                                        700,000           700,000   Street
                 3322     Monticello South Phase I                             3,915,000         3,915,000   Street
                                                                              10,560,000        10,560,000

                                     Refinancing 2002 Debt
Series 2010B     3242     4900 Block of Nieman Drainage                            78,247           78,247   Storm
                 3246     I-435 & Midland Drive Signalization                      49,326           49,326   Street
                 3248     Monticello Road - 79th to 83rd                          838,215          838,215   Street
                 3251     47th Street - Mund Road to K-7                        1,400,290        1,400,290   Street
                 3253     63rd Street - Lackman to Rene                           863,112          863,112   Street
                 3256     Johnson Drive and Monticello Signalization              287,051          287,051   Street
                 3257     Old K-7 Highway Reconstruction                          988,404          988,404   Street
                 3265     Cody Avenue (57th to Johnson Drive)                     497,795          497,795   Street
                 3268     Monticello - 75th to 79th                               582,560          582,560   Street
                                                                                5,585,000        5,585,000

                Total Outstanding General Obligation Bonds 12/31                                86,165,000

                                                                                    Street      60,458,000   70%
                                                                              Stormwater         1,760,000    2%
                                                                                     Park        4,730,000    5%
                                                                          General Purpose       19,217,000   22%
                                                                                                86,165,000

                                                                  Temporary Notes at 12/31       2,645,000

                Total Outstanding General Obligation Bonds and Temporary Notes                  88,810,000

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                                  All Outstanding Issues



       Year
     (Jan. 1)       Outstanding      Principal        Interest 1      Interest 2      Total




           2011      88,810,000     8,685,000      1,653,710.60    1,640,779.39    11,979,489.99
           2012      80,125,000    11,680,000      1,500,808.14    1,500,808.14    14,681,616.28
           2013      68,445,000     9,410,000      1,220,539.39    1,220,539.39    11,851,078.78
           2014      59,035,000     9,180,000      1,080,439.39    1,080,439.39    11,340,878.78
           2015      49,855,000     8,410,000        939,904.39      939,904.39    10,289,808.78
           2016      41,445,000     7,875,000        805,112.51      805,112.51     9,485,225.02
           2017      33,570,000     7,230,000        675,758.75      675,758.75     8,581,517.50
           2018      26,340,000     6,280,000        551,222.50      551,222.50     7,382,445.00
           2019      20,060,000     4,680,000        430,190.00      430,190.00     5,540,380.00
           2020      15,380,000     3,310,000        340,532.50      340,532.50     3,991,065.00
           2021      12,070,000     2,795,000        276,065.00      276,065.00     3,347,130.00
           2022       9,275,000     1,620,000        220,583.75      220,583.75     2,061,167.50
           2023       7,655,000     1,625,000        183,931.25      183,931.25     1,992,862.50
           2024       6,030,000     1,595,000        147,125.00      147,125.00     1,889,250.00
           2025       4,435,000     1,665,000        109,025.00      109,025.00     1,883,050.00
           2026       2,770,000     1,355,000         69,250.00       69,250.00     1,493,500.00
           2027       1,415,000     1,415,000         35,375.00       35,375.00     1,485,750.00

  TOTAL 2011-2027                 $88,810,000      $10,239,573     $10,226,642     $109,276,215




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                                         Series 2002-A
                Project Number 3242, 3246, 3248, 3251, 3253, 3256, 3257, 3265, 3268

                                                                                       TIC
                                                                                     4.3341
                                                                                     NET INT
                                                                                    4,992,583

   YEAR        BALANCE        PRINCIPAL          RATE        INTEREST 1     INTEREST 2      TOTAL


        2011   $7,225,000          895,000      4.200%            162,661       162,661      1,220,323
        2012   $6,330,000          935,000      4.300%            143,866       143,866      1,222,733
                                 1,830,000                       306,528       306,528      2,443,055

ISSUE DATE:       6/1/2002
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:           $13,205,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                     $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:         $13,205,000

                                Project #       Principal
                                       3242        185,068
                                       3246        116,664
                                       3248      1,982,530
                                       3251      3,311,938
                                       3253      2,041,414
                                       3256        678,928
                                       3257      2,337,752
                                       3265      1,177,374
                                       3268      1,377,858
                                                13,209,526
                             Total Issue roun   13,205,000 Partial Refunded 2010B




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                                       Series 2003-A
                       Project Number 3244, 3263, 3252, 3254, 3262, 3273

                                                                              TIC
                                                                            3.9666
                                                                            NET INT
                                                                           4,277,012

   YEAR       BALANCE       PRINCIPAL       RATE        INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2      TOTAL
       2011   $7,200,000        790,000    3.625%            144,892    144,892     1,079,784
       2012   $6,410,000        820,000    3.800%            130,573    130,573     1,081,146
       2013   $5,590,000        845,000    3.900%            114,993    114,993     1,074,986
       2014   $4,745,000        880,000    4.000%             98,516     98,516     1,077,031
       2015   $3,865,000        910,000    4.000%             80,916     80,916     1,071,831
       2016   $2,955,000        945,000    4.125%             62,716     62,716     1,070,431
       2017   $2,010,000        985,000    4.250%             43,225     43,225     1,071,450
       2018   $1,025,000      1,025,000    4.350%             22,294     22,294     1,069,588
                              7,200,000                     698,124    698,124     8,596,248

ISSUE DATE:     8/25/2003
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:         $12,160,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                   $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:       $12,160,000

                             Project #     Principal
                                    3244       87,471
                                    3263      169,207
                                    3252      471,076
                                    3254    8,487,763
                                    3262      273,140
                                    3273    2,671,343
                                           12,160,000




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                                          Series 2004-A
                            Project Number 3185, 3259, 3272, 3276, 3278

                                                                                 TIC
                                                                               3.7631
                                                                               NET INT
                                                                            5,109,862.35

   YEAR       BALANCE        PRINCIPAL        RATE        INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2       TOTAL
       2011   $10,340,000        995,000     3.200%             192,573    192,573     1,380,146
       2012    $9,345,000      1,030,000     3.375%             176,653    176,653     1,383,306
       2013    $8,315,000      1,065,000     3.500%             159,272    159,272     1,383,544
       2014    $7,250,000      1,100,000     3.600%             140,634    140,634     1,381,269
       2015    $6,150,000      1,140,000     3.750%             120,834    120,834     1,381,669
       2016    $5,010,000      1,185,000     3.875%              99,459     99,459     1,383,919
       2017    $3,825,000      1,225,000     4.000%              76,500     76,500     1,378,000
       2018    $2,600,000      1,275,000     4.000%              52,000     52,000     1,379,000
       2019    $1,325,000      1,325,000     4.000%              26,500     26,500     1,378,000
                              10,340,000                     1,044,426  1,044,426    12,428,853

ISSUE DATE:     12/7/2004
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:          $15,825,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                    $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:        $15,825,000

                              Project #     Principal
                                     3185    3,183,211
                                     3259      315,213
                                     3272      339,450
                                     3276    4,427,415
                                     3278      232,713
                                     3279      828,404
                                     3280    2,777,146
                                     3286    2,000,472
                                     3294    1,583,693
                                            15,687,718




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                                         Series 2005-A
                     Project Numbers 3237, 3266, 3270, 3295, 3300, 3301, 3305

                                                                                     TIC
                                                                                   3.7178
                                                                                   NET INT
                                                                                2,417,959.00

   YEAR        BALANCE       PRINCIPAL       RATE        INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2            TOTAL
       2011    $5,340,000        450,000    3.700%            100,299    100,299             650,598
       2012    $4,890,000        470,000    3.700%             91,974     91,974             653,948
       2013    $4,420,000        485,000    3.700%             83,279     83,279             651,558
       2014    $3,935,000        505,000    3.700%             74,306     74,306             653,613
       2015    $3,430,000        520,000    3.700%             64,964     64,964             649,928
       2016    $2,910,000        540,000    3.700%             55,344     55,344             650,688
       2017    $2,370,000        560,000    3.750%             45,354     45,354             650,708
       2018    $1,810,000        580,000    3.800%             34,854     34,854             649,708
       2019    $1,230,000        605,000    3.850%             23,834     23,834             652,668
       2020      $625,000        625,000    3.900%             12,188     12,188             649,375
                               5,340,000                     586,394    586,394           6,512,788

ISSUE DATE:     11/17/2005
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:           $7,355,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                    $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:         $7,355,000

                              Project #     Principal
                                     3237    1,620,000
                                     3266      580,000
                                     3270    1,320,000
                                     3295    1,095,000
                                     3300      305,000
                                     3301    2,175,000
                                     3305      260,000
                                             7,355,000




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                                             Series 2006-A
                         Project Numbers 3281, 3299, 3303, 3304, 3310, 3311, 3312

                                                                                         TIC
                                                                                       3.7765
                                                                                       NET INT
                                                                                    2,330,256.25

   YEAR           BALANCE        PRINCIPAL          RATE        INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2         TOTAL
       2011       $5,710,000         435,000       3.500%            104,673    104,673          644,346
       2012       $5,275,000         450,000       3.500%             97,061     97,061          644,121
       2013       $4,825,000         460,000       3.500%             89,186     89,186          638,371
       2014       $4,365,000         475,000       3.550%             81,136     81,136          637,271
       2015       $3,890,000         495,000       3.625%             72,704     72,704          640,409
       2016       $3,395,000         510,000       3.650%             63,733     63,733          637,465
       2017       $2,885,000         525,000       3.700%             54,425     54,425          633,850
       2018       $2,360,000         555,000       3.750%             44,713     44,713          644,425
       2019       $1,805,000         580,000       3.750%             34,306     34,306          648,613
       2020       $1,225,000         600,000       3.800%             23,431     23,431          646,863
       2021         $625,000         625,000       3.850%             12,031     12,031          649,063
                                   5,710,000                        677,398    677,398        7,064,796

ISSUE DATE:     12/4/2006
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:                $7,250,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                         $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:              $7,250,000

  Project #      Project Name                      Principal
         3281   Johnson & Woodsonia Signal            300,000
         3299   67th Street Rehab.                    230,000
         3303   Justice Center Land                 2,700,000
         3304   Johnson Drive & Nieman              2,115,000
         3310   61st & Monticello Traffic Signal      640,000
         3311   Johnson Drive & Renner Signal         150,000
         3312   Pioneer Crossing Park               1,115,000
                                                    7,250,000




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                                             Series 2007-A
                                    Project Number 3303, 3314, 3320

                                                                                    TIC
                                                                                  4.5677
                                                                                 NET INT
                                                                                12,132,250

    YEAR         BALANCE        PRINCIPAL        RATE        INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2       TOTAL
        2011     $17,765,000        635,000     5.000%             444,125    444,125     1,523,250
        2012     $17,130,000        690,000     5.000%             428,250    428,250     1,546,500
        2013     $16,440,000        745,000     5.000%             411,000    411,000     1,567,000
        2014     $15,695,000        810,000     5.000%             392,375    392,375     1,594,750
        2015     $14,885,000        865,000     5.000%             372,125    372,125     1,609,250
        2016     $14,020,000        925,000     5.000%             350,500    350,500     1,626,000
        2017     $13,095,000      1,010,000     5.000%             327,375    327,375     1,664,750
        2018     $12,085,000      1,045,000     5.000%             302,125    302,125     1,649,250
        2019     $11,040,000      1,060,000     5.000%             276,000    276,000     1,612,000
        2020      $9,980,000      1,115,000     5.000%             249,500    249,500     1,614,000
        2021      $8,865,000      1,160,000     5.000%             221,625    221,625     1,603,250
        2022      $7,705,000      1,210,000     5.000%             192,625    192,625     1,595,250
        2023      $6,495,000      1,190,000     5.000%             162,375    162,375     1,514,750
        2024      $5,305,000      1,240,000     5.000%             132,625    132,625     1,505,250
        2025      $4,065,000      1,295,000     5.000%             101,625    101,625     1,498,250
        2026      $2,770,000      1,355,000     5.000%              69,250     69,250     1,493,500
        2027      $1,415,000      1,415,000     5.000%              35,375     35,375     1,485,750
                                 17,765,000                     4,468,875  4,468,875    26,702,750

ISSUE DATE:     6/25/2007
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:             $19,350,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                       $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:           $19,350,000

  Project #      Project Name                  Principal
         3303   Justice Center                 18,615,000
         3314   75th Street Rehab                 525,000
         3320   47th & K-7 Signal                 210,000
                                               19,350,000



Note: PN 3303 is 20 year, PN 3314 and 3320 are ten year




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                                              Series 2008A
                                    Project Number 3302, 3237, 3319

                                                                                    TIC
                                                                                  3.3650
                                                                                  NET INT
                                                                                 1,574,101
   YEAR          BALANCE       PRINCIPAL         RATE        INTEREST 1    INTEREST 2    TOTAL

        2011     $5,935,000         615,000     3.000%            99,850        99,850      814,700
        2012     $5,320,000         630,000     3.000%            90,625        90,625      811,250
        2013     $4,690,000         650,000     3.000%            81,175        81,175      812,350
        2014     $4,040,000         680,000     3.250%            71,425        71,425      822,850
        2015     $3,360,000         700,000     3.250%            60,375        60,375      820,750
        2016     $2,660,000         725,000     3.500%            49,000        49,000      823,000
        2017     $1,935,000         755,000     3.500%            36,313        36,313      827,625
        2018     $1,180,000         790,000     3.750%            23,100        23,100      836,200
        2019      $390,000           75,000     4.250%             8,288         8,288       91,575
        2020      $315,000           75,000     4.250%             6,694         6,694       88,388
        2021      $240,000           75,000     4.250%             5,100         5,100       85,200
        2022      $165,000           80,000     4.250%             3,506         3,506       87,013
        2023        $85,000          85,000     4.250%             1,806         1,806       88,613
                                  5,935,000                     537,256       537,256    7,009,513

ISSUE DATE:     9/18/2008
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:              $965,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:              $6,080,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:           $7,045,000

  Project #     Project Name                    Principal
    3302       Holliday Drive I-435 to Widner    6,080,000
    3237       Shawnee Mission Pkwy PH III,        785,000
    3319       Renner Road Street Lighting Mi      180,000
                                                 7,045,000




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                                            Series 2008B
                                 Refunding Series 1998, 2000A Partial

                                                                                   TIC
                                                                                 2.8480
                                                                                 NET INT
                                                                                 764,157
   YEAR          BALANCE       PRINCIPAL       RATE        INTEREST 1     INTEREST 2    TOTAL

        2011     $4,695,000        600,000     3.000%            71,769        71,769         743,538
        2012     $4,095,000      1,350,000     3.000%            62,769        62,769       1,475,538
        2013     $2,745,000      1,670,000     3.000%            42,519        42,519       1,755,038
        2014     $1,075,000      1,075,000     3.250%            17,469        17,469       1,109,938
                                 4,695,000                     194,525       194,525       5,084,050

ISSUE DATE:     9/18/2008
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:             $5,805,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                      $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:           $5,805,000

  Project #     Project Name                  Principal
               1998A Refunding                 2,925,000
               2000A Partial Refunding         2,880,000
                                               5,805,000




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                                             Series 2008C
                              Refunding Series 2000A Partial, 2000B, 2001A

                                                                                       TIC
                                                                                     2.9200
                                                                                     NET INT
                                                                                    1,945,467
   YEAR          BALANCE           PRINCIPAL      RATE        INTEREST 1     INTEREST 2      TOTAL

        2011     $9,915,000          2,390,000   3.000%           158,088         158,088     2,706,175
        2012     $7,525,000          1,735,000   3.000%           122,238         122,238     1,979,475
        2013     $5,790,000          1,570,000   3.250%            96,213          96,213     1,762,425
        2014     $4,220,000          1,600,000   3.250%            70,700          70,700     1,741,400
        2015     $2,620,000          1,700,000   3.500%            44,700          44,700     1,789,400
        2016      $920,000             920,000   3.250%            14,950          14,950       949,900
                                     9,915,000                   506,888         506,888    10,928,775

ISSUE DATE:     9/18/2008
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:                $14,255,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                          $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:              $14,255,000

  Project #     Project Name                     Principal
   2000A       Partial Refunding                  2,870,000
   2000B       Refunding                          4,990,000
   2001A       Refunding                          6,395,000
                                                 14,255,000




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                                          Series 2009A
                                Refunding Series 2007 Temp Notes

                                                                                  TIC
                                                                                2.5638
                                                                               NET INT
                                                                                2.5991
    YEAR        BALANCE      PRINCIPAL        RATE        INTEREST 1    INTEREST 2     TOTAL

         2011   $1,290,000       130,000     2.000%            16,374        16,374      162,748
         2012   $1,160,000       135,000     2.000%            15,074        15,074      165,148
         2013   $1,025,000       135,000     2.000%            13,724        13,724      162,448
         2014    $890,000        140,000     2.250%            12,374        12,374      164,748
         2015    $750,000        140,000     2.500%            10,799        10,799      161,598
         2016    $610,000        145,000     2.750%             9,049         9,049      163,098
         2017    $465,000        150,000     3.000%             7,055         7,055      164,110
         2018    $315,000        155,000     3.000%             4,805         4,805      164,610
         2019    $160,000        160,000     3.100%             2,480         2,480      164,960
                               1,290,000                      91,733        91,733    1,473,465

ISSUE DATE:     9/24/2009
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:           $1,410,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                    $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:         $1,410,000

   Project #  Project Name                   Principal
2007 Temp NoteRefunding    PN 3326 Silverh    1,410,000
                                              1,410,000




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                                           Series 2010A
                                          Project Number
                              Refund KDOT Loans TR-0044 and TR-0045, PN 3362, PN 3322
                                                                                  TIC
                                                                                2.3692
                                                                               NET INT
                                                                                2.4042
    YEAR        BALANCE        PRINCIPAL      RATE       INTEREST 1 INTEREST 2         TOTAL

         2011   $10,560,000        750,000     1.000%         110,764      101,723       962,487
         2012     9,810,000        790,000     1.000%          97,973       97,973       985,945
         2013     9,020,000        785,000     1.000%          94,023       94,023       973,045
         2014     8,235,000        800,000     1.000%          90,098       90,098       980,195
         2015     7,435,000        810,000     1.250%          86,098       86,098       982,195
         2016     6,625,000        825,000     1.500%          81,035       81,035       987,070
         2017     5,800,000        835,000     1.800%          74,848       74,848       984,695
         2018     4,965,000        855,000     2.000%          67,333       67,333       989,665
         2019     4,110,000        875,000     2.300%          58,783       58,783       992,565
         2020     3,235,000        895,000     2.550%          48,720       48,720       992,440
         2021     2,340,000        935,000     2.750%          37,309       37,309     1,009,618
         2022     1,405,000        330,000     2.850%          24,453       24,453       378,905
         2023     1,075,000        350,000     3.000%          19,750       19,750       389,500
         2024       725,000        355,000     4.000%          14,500       14,500       384,000
         2025       370,000        370,000     4.000%           7,400        7,400       384,800
                                10,560,000                   913,083      904,041    12,377,124




ISSUE DATE:     10/25/2010
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:            $10,560,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                      $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:          $10,560,000

  Project #   Project Name                     Principal
Refund KDOT Loan TR-0045                        2,360,000
Refund KDOT Loan TR-0044                        3,585,000
    3362     Traffic Signals                      700,000
    3322     Monticello Road - Midland to 75    3,915,000
                                               10,560,000




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                                          Series 2010B
                                         Project Number
                               Crossover Refunding of Series 2002A
                                                                                    TIC
                                                                                  1.4514
                                                                                 NET INT
                                                                                  1.4535
    YEAR        BALANCE       PRINCIPAL         RATE        INTEREST 1    INTEREST 2     TOTAL

         2011    $5,585,000              -                       38,283        35,158       73,440
         2012     5,585,000              -                       35,158        35,158       70,315
         2013     5,585,000        1,000,000   0.750%            35,158        35,158    1,070,315
         2014     4,585,000        1,115,000   0.900%            31,408        31,408    1,177,815
         2015     3,470,000        1,130,000   1.250%            26,390        26,390    1,182,780
         2016     2,340,000        1,155,000   1.500%            19,328        19,328    1,193,655
         2017     1,185,000        1,185,000   1.800%            10,665        10,665    1,206,330
                                   5,585,000                   196,388       193,263    5,974,650

ISSUE DATE:     10/25/2010
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:            $5,585,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                     $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:          $5,585,000

   Project #   Project Name                    Principal
Crossover Refunding Series 2002A                5,585,000
                                                5,585,000




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                                             Series 2010C
                                            Project Number
                                          Temp Note PN 3325
                                                                                     TIC
                                                                                   0.7908
                                                                                  NET INT
                                                                                   0.7926
   YEAR          BALANCE       PRINCIPAL         RATE        INTEREST 1    INTEREST 2     TOTAL

        2011     $2,645,000             -                          9,360         8,596       17,957
        2012      2,645,000       2,645,000                        8,596         8,596    2,662,193
                                  2,645,000                      17,957        17,193    2,680,149

ISSUE DATE:     10/25/2010
ORIGINAL ISSUE GOB:              $2,645,000
ORIGINAL ISSUE SA:                       $0
ORIGINAL ISSUE TOTAL:            $2,645,000

  Project #     Project Name                    Principal
    3325       Silverheel - Cleark Creek Pkwy    2,645,000
                                                 2,645,000




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Capital Improvement Program
The City of Shawnee has developed a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to plan for infrastructure
improvements for the next six years. The document is a planning tool to ensure that the City’s infrastructure
needs are addressed in an organized fashion, and so that the City can plan for major expenditures. Annually, the
Capital Improvement Program is updated to make any other changes that came about during the current year.
The CIP is a fully funded program based on future revenue projections.

This year, the City is going from a five year CIP to a six year CIP. The reason for this is that some of the funding
sources program a year beyond the timeframe of our five year period. In formulating a six year CIP, it is
necessary to forecast the funds available each year in the plan. The forecast is formulated based upon certain
facts and educated assumptions based on prior year trends and data. In most instances, funds are not available
to finance all desired projects. With suggestions and input from City staff and the citizens of the community, the
Council must undertake the task of prioritizing the numerous projects and allocating them to the future years as
funds are available.

The CIP is not a capital improvement budget separate from the City’s annual operating budget. Rather, the CIP
serves as a guide in assisting the City in developing the annual budget each year. The plan is a result of the City
Council’s analysis and allocation of funds during the budget process based on the community’s needs.

Definition of a Capital Improvement
An investment of public and/or private funds totaling at least $150,000 which includes equipment, new technology
or an improvement project that is an asset that adds value to the City. Projects and equipment that are
appropriate for the CIP are placed in seven categories or types including:

        Streets
        Drainage
        Traffic (including street lighting)
        Parks
        Buildings
        Equipment
        Information Technology




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Capital Improvement Program

Impact on Operating Budget
Operating impacts are on-going costs associated with the approval of a capital project. Examples of operating
impacts are personnel costs, maintenance contracts associated with a new system or piece of equipment, utility
costs or operating supplies.

The total new operating impact for the FY2011 Budget will be a reduction in maintenance for stormwater and
street projects and a slight increase in the Parks & Recreation Department.


Projects Approved For Funding in the 2011 Budget
                                                                 Cost            Annual Operating Impact
                Project                  Funding Source                            (Increase/Decrease)
                                                                 2011
                                                                            The Parks &Recreation Department
                                         General and                          is currently maintaining these
 Shawnee Town 1929 -Phase II                                   $300,000
                                         Special Funds                       grounds and estimate increased
                                                                                   cost will be minimal.
 SMAC Drainage Project - Seven Hills -   SMAC & Parks                           Reduced maintenance and
                                                               $213,000
 Bradshaw/Richards (Design Only)         and Pipes                                   emergency repair
 SMAC Drainage Project - 55th and        SMAC & Parks                           Reduced maintenance and
                                                              $2,441,000
 Earnshaw                                and Pipes                                   emergency repair
 Edgewood and Larsen Storm Drainage      General and                            Reduced maintenance and
                                                               $283,000
 Phase I - CDBG, SW Utility              Special Funds                               emergency repair
 Stormwater Utility Maintenance          General and                            Reduced maintenance and
                                                               $900,000
 Program                                 Special Funds                               emergency repair
 Street Maintenance Program/Johnson      General and
                                                               $807,000            Reduced maintenance
 Drive Rehab - Roberts to Woodland       Special Funds
                                         General and
 Street Maintenance Program                                    $940,000            Reduced maintenance
                                         Special Funds
 Total                                                        $5,884,000




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Capital Improvement Plan by Year

PROJECT NAME                  2011         2012        2013      2014   2015      2016     TOTAL

Shawnee Town 1929 -                      $200,000            -     -      -         -       $500,000
Phase II                    $300,000
SMAC Drainage Project -
Seven Hills -                                     -          -     -      -         -        213,000
Bradshaw/Richards (Design
Only)                       $213,000
SMAC Drainage Project -                           -          -     -      -         -      2,441,000
55th and Earnshaw           $2,441,000

Edgewood and Larsen
Storm Drainage Phase I -                          -          -     -      -         -        283,000
CDBG, SW Utility            $283,000

Stormwater Utility                                -          -     -      -         -        900,000
Maintenance Program         $900,000
Street Maintenance
Program/Johnson Drive
                                                  -          -     -      -         -        807,000
Rehab - Roberts to
Woodland                    $807,000
Street Maintenance
                                                  -          -     -      -         -        940,000
Program                     $940,000
Total                       $5,884,000            -          -     -          -     -    $6,084,000




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                                                                                                                                                        YEAR 2010
                                                                                                                                                       FUNDED CIP




                                                                                                                                                                                                                COUNTY COST                                             CITY COST
                                                                                                                                                                                            STATE,           CARS         SMAC                PARKS &          GENERAL &                  DEBT
                 PROJECT                           YEAR       YEAR
                                FROM PREVIOUS                                                                                                                                              FEDERAL,                                            PIPES            SPECIAL
                 NUMBER                            TO BE       TO                                      PROJECT DESCRIPTION                                PROJECT TYPE     TOTAL COST                                                                                           CITY WIDE            BENEFIT
                                   CIP PLAN                                                                                                                                                 CDBG,                                                                FUNDS
                   (P.N.)                       CONSTRUCTED   BOND                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   DISTRICT
                                                                                                                                                                                            OTHER


                                                                                              Construction Completed, But Not Bonded



                                                                                                                                                                 TOTAL               $0               $0             $0                $0               $0                 $0                 $0                $0

                                                                                                         Under Construction
                3283                   2009        2009            70th & Flint to S. of Yager Lane Drainage (SMAC TC-021-052),CDBG                          Drainage          2,190,000        271,000               0         1,279,000          640,000                  0                  0                0
                3345                   2008        2009       KDOT Johnson Drive and Roberts Street Roundabout (2009 CARS)                         {6}        Traffic          1,200,000              0         455,000                 0                0                  0            745,000                0
                3356                   2009        2009            Justice Center BMP R&D Project (ARRA) SMAC                                                Drainage            575,000        349,000               0           130,000                0             96,000                  0                0
                                       2010        2010       2010 Purchase KCPL Traffic Signals                                                              Traffic            800,000              0               0                 0                0                  0            800,000                0
                3357-9                 2009        2009            ARRA Resurfacing                                                                           Streets          1,200,000      1,200,000               0                 0                0                  0                  0                0
                3355                   2010        2010            Clear Creek Pedestrian/Bicycle Trail Phase II, Monticello to Woodland                      Parks            1,727,000      1,127,000               0                 0          600,000                  0                  0                0
                3347                   2011        2011       2011 K-7 Highway and Johnson Drive / 55th Street Interchange                         {5}        Streets            500,000              0               0                 0                0                  0            500,000                0
                                       2011        2010            Replace Radio System and Equipment for Police, Fire and Public Works                     Equipment          1,240,000        360,000               0                 0                0                  0            880,000                0
                3325                   2008        2010       2010 Silverheel Street - Clear Creek Parkway to 66th Street                                     Streets          4,500,000              0               0                 0                0                  0            650,000        3,850,000
                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL     $13,932,000     $3,307,000        $455,000        $1,409,000       $1,240,000            $96,000         $3,575,000       $3,850,000

                                                                                                             2010 (Current)
                3360                   2009        2010              Shawnee Town 1929 - Phase I                                                    {6}       Parks              592,000             0                0                 0                0            592,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2011              EECBG Retrofits                                                                        Equipment            485,000       485,000                0                 0                0                  0                  0                 0
                3282                   2009        2010              57th & Quivira (SMAC TC-21-026)                                                         Drainage          1,176,000             0                0           852,000          324,000                  0                  0                 0
                3348                   2009        2010              50th Street and Nieman Drainage (Utility), Construction Only                            Drainage            880,000             0                0           635,000                0            245,000                  0                 0
                                       2010        2010              Street Maintenance Program (includes misc bridge repairs)                                Streets            903,000             0                0                 0                0            903,000                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL      $4,036,000      $485,000               $0        $1,487,000         $324,000         $1,740,000                 $0                $0

                                                                                             SIX-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                                                                                                          2011 - 2016




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                                                                                                                2011
                                       2009        2011              Shawnee Town 1929 -Phase II                                                              Parks              300,000             0                0                 0                0            300,000                  0                 0
                                       2010        2012              SMAC Drainage Project - Seven Hills - Bradshaw/Richards (Design Only)         {4}      Drainage             213,000             0                0           112,000          101,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       2010        2011              SMAC Drainage Project - 55th and Earnshaw                                     {4}      Drainage           2,441,000             0                0         1,671,000          770,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2011              Edgewood and Larsen Storm Drainage Phase I - CDBG, SW Utility                         Stormwater            283,000       189,000                0                 0                0             94,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2011              Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program                                                Stormwater            900,000             0                0                 0                0            900,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2011       2012   Street Maintenance Program/Johnson Drive Rehab - Roberts to Woodland           {1}      Streets             807,000             0          345,000                 0                0            462,000                  0                 0
                                       2011        2011              Street Maintenance Program                                                              Streets             940,000             0                0                                               940,000                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL       $5,884,000      $189,000         $345,000        $1,783,000         $871,000         $2,696,000                 $0                $0

                                                                                                                  2012
                                       2010        2012              SMAC Drainage Project - Seven Hills/Bradshaw St- Construction Only            {4}      Drainage             422,000             0                0           284,000          138,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       2010        2012              SMAC Drainage Project - Seven Hills/Richards St - Construction Only           {4}      Drainage             451,000             0                0           306,000          145,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       2012        2012              SMAC Drainage Project (2012) - Design Only                                    {4}      Drainage             500,000             0                0           300,000          200,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       2009        2012              Shawnee Town 1929 - Phase II (continued)                                                 Parks              200,000             0                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                3321                   2010        2013       2014   Street Maintenance Program/Monticello Road - Johnson to 66th Street      {1}{2}{3}      Street            1,850,000             0          775,000                 0                0                  0          1,075,000                 0
                                       2012        2012              Street Maintenance Program                                                              Streets             653,000             0                0                 0                0            653,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2012              Edgewood and Larsen Storm Drainage Phase II - CDBG, SW Utility                        Stormwater            155,000       128,000                0                 0                0             27,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW         2012              Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program                                                Stormwater            250,000             0                0                 0                0            250,000                  0                 0
                                       2011        2012              Clear Creek Recreational Trail Phase III, (Woodland to Streamway)              {5}       Parks            1,465,000       715,000                0                 0          750,000                  0                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL       $5,946,000      $843,000         $775,000          $890,000       $1,233,000         $1,130,000         $1,075,000                $0




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                                                                                                                                                                           FUNDED CIP




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     COUNTY COST                                             CITY COST
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 STATE,           CARS         SMAC                PARKS &          GENERAL &                  DEBT
                 PROJECT                                 YEAR               YEAR
                                FROM PREVIOUS                                                                                                                                                                   FEDERAL,                                            PIPES            SPECIAL
                 NUMBER                                  TO BE               TO                                      PROJECT DESCRIPTION                                       PROJECT TYPE     TOTAL COST                                                                                           CITY WIDE            BENEFIT
                                   CIP PLAN                                                                                                                                                                      CDBG,                                                                FUNDS
                   (P.N.)                             CONSTRUCTED           BOND                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DISTRICT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 OTHER


                                                                                                                            2013
                                       2013                 2013                   CDBG Project 2013 Streeet and Stormwater Improvements                                {5}       CDBG                370,000       170,000                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                                       2009                 2010                   Fire Engine (Replace 1989 E-One E-723)                                                       Equipment             625,000             0                0                 0                0                  0            625,000                 0
                                       2013                 2013                   SMAC Drainage Project (2013)                                                          {4}     Drainage           2,160,000             0                0         1,600,000          560,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       NEW                  2013            2014   Street Maintenance Program/Johnson Drive and Woodland Intersection              {1}{2}{3}      Traffic             320,000             0          125,000                 0                0            195,000                   0                0
                                       2013                 2013            2014   Street Maintenance Program                                                                     Streets           3,584,000             0                0                 0                0            654,000          2,930,000                 0
                                       NEW                  2013                   Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program                                                       Stormwater            200,000             0                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL       $7,259,000      $170,000         $125,000        $1,600,000         $560,000         $1,249,000         $3,555,000                $0

                                                                                                                               2014
                                       2012                 2014                   Erfurt Park                                                                                     Parks            1,465,000             0                0                 0        1,465,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       NEW                  2014                   Sand Plant East (formerly known as Holliday Sand & Gravel Park)                                 Parks              300,000             0                0                 0                0            300,000                  0                 0
                                       2014                 2014                   CDBG Project 2014 Street and Stormwater Improvements                                 {5}       CDBG                370,000       170,000                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                                       2014                 2014            2015   SMAC Drainage Project (2014)                                                         {4}      Drainage           1,710,000             0                0         1,110,000          600,000                  0                  0                 0
                                       NEW                  2014                   Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program                                                       Stormwater            175,000             0                0                 0                0            175,000                  0                 0
                                       2010                 2011                   Fire Engine (Replace 1987 E-One E-721)                                                       Equipment             625,000             0                0                 0                0                  0            625,000                 0
                                       2014                 2014            2014   Street Maintenance Program                                                                     Streets             656,000             0                0                 0                0            656,000                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL       $5,301,000      $170,000               $0        $1,110,000       $2,065,000         $1,331,000           $625,000                $0

                                                                                                                            2015
                                       2015                 2015                   CDBG Project 2015 Street and Stormwater Improvements                                 {5}        CDBG               370,000       170,000                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                                       2015                 2015                   Street Maintenance Program                                                                      Streets            657,000             0                0                 0                0            657,000                  0                 0
                                       2015                 2015                   SMAC Drainage Project (2015)                                                         {4}       Drainage            285,000             0                0                 0          185,000            100,000                  0                 0
                                       2011                 2012                   Fire Engine (Replace 1989 E-One E-72)                                                         Equipment            625,000             0                0                 0                0                  0            625,000                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL      $1,937,000      $170,000               $0                $0         $185,000           $957,000           $625,000                $0

                                                                                                                                 2016




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                3277                   2014                 2016            2017   71st Street and Pflumm Road Signalization                                            {1}        Traffic            303,000             0          107,000                 0                0                  0            196,000                 0
                                       NEW                  2016                   CDBG Project 2016 Street and Stormwater Improvements                                 {5}        CDBG               370,000       170,000                0                 0                0            200,000                  0                 0
                                       NEW                  2016                   Street Maintenance Program                                                                      Streets            658,000             0                0                 0                0            658,000                  0                 0
                                       2012                 2013                   Fire Engine (Replace 1998 E-One E-73)                                                         Equipment            650,000             0                0                 0                0                  0            650,000                 0
                                       NEW                  2016                   SMAC Drainage Project (2016)                                                         {4}       Drainage            350,000             0                0           250,000                0            100,000                  0                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL      $2,331,000      $170,000         $107,000          $250,000               $0           $958,000           $846,000                $0



                                                                                                                                Summary
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL COMPLETED AND COMMITTED PROJECTS              $17,968,000     $3,792,000        $455,000        $2,896,000       $1,564,000         $1,836,000         $3,575,000       $3,850,000
                                                                                                                                        TOTAL 6-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (2011-2016)         $28,658,000     $1,712,000       $1,352,000       $5,633,000       $4,914,000         $8,321,000         $6,726,000                $0
                                                                                                                                                              GRAND TOTAL ALL PROJECTS            $46,626,000     $5,504,000       $1,807,000       $8,529,000       $6,478,000        $10,157,000        $10,301,000       $3,850,000
                                                                                                                                                                 CITY COST ALL PROJECTS           $26,936,000

               {1} CARS Eligible Route/County CARS funds are not secured.          {4} County SMAC funds are not secured.
               {2} CARS funding anticipated as a first priority project.           {5} Federal / State funds are not secured.
               {3} Would proceed with the project only if funded by CARS.          {6} KDOT Revolving Fund




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Project Title (80 spaces):
 Shawnee Town 1929 - Phase II

Project Description:
 Final design and construction of the Garage, Tool Shed, Chicken Coop, Outhouse, Root Cellar, site work and electrical for the Town site, Jail, Ice
 House, and Dr. Sullivans House (excluding interior finishes for Dr. Sullivan's House).




Project History:
 February, 2004: Shawnee Town 1929 strategic plan adopted by City Council.
 September 14, 2009: City Council approved design-build delivery method for Shawnee Town 1929.
 April 12, 2010: City Council awarded a design-build contract for Shawnee Town 1929 to The Konrath Group, and entered into an agreement with The
 Konrath Group for preliminary design and preparation of guaranteed maximum price (Phase 1 Services).
 August 9, 2010: City Council approved guaranteed maximum price of $469,417 with The Konrath Group for final design and construction of Phase I.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                         Parks                            Original Request Year:                2009
 Department:                                       Parks and Recreation                     Proposed CIP Year:                    2011
 Project Number:                                       Not Assigned                         Previous CIP Year:                    2009
 Companion Project Name:                                   None                             Companion Project No.:                None
 Relation to Companion Project:                         None

                                                               Project Financing
                                                        Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010          2011           2012           2013           2014           2015           2016            Total
 Right-of-Way
 Construction                               $    295,000                                                                              $     295,000
 Legal
 Engineering                                $      5,000                                                                              $       5,000
 Miscellaneous / Utility
 Equipment
 Contingencies
 Administration
 Financing
               Total Cost                   $    300,000                                                                              $     300,000


                                                               Funding Sources
Description                       2010          2011           2012           2013           2014           2015           2016            Total
 General Fund
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC
 Special Revenues                           $    300,000                                                                              $     300,000
 State / Federal / CDBG
 Other
                     Total                  $    300,000                                                                              $     300,000
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                                                          Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                                 Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                                  Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                      Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 The City of Shawnee recognized the need to develop a plan to build on the assets established by the Shawnee Historical Society, to provide a vision
 for the future, and to establish a clear plan of action to guide the Museum into a new phase of development, growth, and programming. The City of
 Shawnee and the Shawnee Historical Society committed time and resources to develop a strategic plan. Representatives of the City Council, the
 Shawnee Historical Society, the civic and business community, City staff, and volunteers worked for over 18 month with area historians, a museum
 program specialist, and a landscape architect to complete the planning process. The planning process resulted in the preparation of “Shawnee
 Town, 1929; Strategic Plan; 2004-2014” which was adopted by the Shawnee City Council in February 2004.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 The City of Shawnee Parks and Recreation Department will assume full responsibility for the maintenance and upkeep of the facilities.




Location Map:




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                                           BNH / BGS                                                             September 13, 2010



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Project Title (80 spaces):
 Seven Hills - Bradshaw St./Richards Dr.Drainage Improvement Projects (SMAC MC-21-071 &072)

Project Description:
 These projects are in the Seven Hills neighborhood. The contributing drainage to the Seven Hills system includes a small portion of Lenexa along 77th
 Street. The existing system, has two conveyance lines, and they are located west of Bradshaw St. and west of Richard's Drive. The existing system is
 inadequate to collect and convey water in this area past adjacent homes. The inadequate collection system is causing flooding of 2 homes on
 Richards Drive and 2 homes on Bradshaw Street, wide-spread and long term ponding of 76th Terrace and failure of a stormwater structure. The
 proposed projects will start at a cul-de-sac on 77th Street in Lenexa and install or replace 1 inlet in Lenexa, 18 inlets in Shawnee, piping, and install
 two water quality units prior to discharging to Seven Hills Lake.




Project History:
 The storm drainage system at this location has been found inadequate on several occasions. Incidents include water covering 76th Terrace and
 multiple floodings of 4 homes documented back to 1997.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                       Storm Drainage                         Original Request Year:                  2006
 Department:                                         Development Services                       Proposed CIP Year:                      2011
 Project Number:                                                                                Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                            Two Seven Hills projects                    Companion Project No.:                   N/A
 Relation to Companion Project:      These projects parallel each other and both are needed to stop flooding of 76th Terrace.

                                                                   Project Financing
                                                           Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010            2011             2012           2013            2014           2015            2016            Total
 Right-of-Way                                 $     64,000                                                                                   $     64,000
 Construction                                 $          -    $     575,000                                                                  $    575,000
 Legal                                        $     33,600    $       2,400                                                                  $     36,000
 Engineering                                  $     98,600    $      80,900                                                                  $    179,500
 Miscellaneous / Utility                      $     16,800    $      19,200                                                                  $     36,000
 Equipment                                    $          -                                                                                   $          -
 Contingencies                                $          -    $     143,500                                                                  $    143,500
 Administration                                               $      52,000                                                                  $     52,000
 Financing
               Total Cost                     $    213,000    $     873,000                                                                  $   1,086,000


                                                                   Funding Sources
Description                       2010            2011             2012           2013            2014           2015            2016            Total
 General Fund
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC                                  $    111,500    $     589,750                                                                  $     701,250
 Special Revenues                             $    101,500    $     283,250                                                                  $     384,750
 State / Federal / CDBG
 Other
                     Total                    $    213,000    $     873,000                                                                  $   1,086,000
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                                                          Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                                Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                                 Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                     Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 Project funded through SMAC and Parks & Pipes Sales Tax Fund.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 None




Location Map:




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Project Title (80 spaces):
 55th Terrace and Earnshaw St. Drainage Improvement Project (SMAC TC-21-062)

Project Description:
 The drainage system west of Quivira Road between 57th Street and 55th Street between Earnshaw and Monrovia is inadequate and is causing
 flooding of 6-7 homes, periodic short term flooding of both 55th Terrace and Earnshaw Street, and extensive erosion in unmaintained areas west of
 Quivira Road and Earnshaw Street. This location needs to have open channels adjacent to homes enclosed, and the collection system enlarged and
 improved upstream of 55th Terrace & Earnshaw. This project will include installation of new pipe and inlets.




Project History:
 The storm drainage system at this location has been found inadequate on several occasions. Incidents include water covering Earnshaw Street and
 reported flooding of 7 homes documented back to October 1998.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                      Storm Drainage                          Original Request Year:                   2002
 Department:                                        Development Services                        Proposed CIP Year:                       2011
 Project Number:                                                                                Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                         57th & Quivira (57th & Cody)                   Companion Project No.:           3282 - 57th & Quivira
 Relation to Companion Project:     This project is the upstream half of the original 57th & Cody project and drains to the 57th & Quivira project.

                                                                 Project Financing
                                                          Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010          2011             2012            2013             2014            2015            2016            Total
 Right-of-Way                                $    70,000                                                                                      $      70,000
 Construction                                $ 1,450,000                                                                                      $   1,450,000
 Legal                                       $    26,000                                                                                      $      26,000
 Engineering                                 $   439,000                                                                                      $     439,000
 Miscellaneous / Utility                     $    35,000                                                                                      $      35,000
 Equipment                                   $         -                                                                                      $           -
 Contingencies                               $   421,000                                                                                      $     421,000
 Administration
 Financing
               Total Cost                    $ 2,441,000                                                                                      $   2,441,000


                                                                 Funding Sources
Description                       2010           2011            2012            2013             2014            2015            2016            Total
 General Fund
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC                                 $ 1,671,000                                                                                      $   1,671,000
 Special Revenues                            $   770,000                                                                                      $     770,000
 State / Federal / CDBG
 Other
                     Total                   $ 2,441,000              Page 196                                                                $   2,441,000
                                                          Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                                Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                                 Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                     Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 Project funded through SMAc and Parks & Pipes Sales Tax Fund.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 None




Location Map:




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Project Title (80 spaces):
 Edgewood & Larsen Storm Drainage Impr Ph-I (CDBG)

Project Description:
 The proposed project site is located along Edgewood Boulevard and West 73rd Street generally between Switzer Road and Larsen Street in the
 Tomahawk Hills subdivision. The proposed improvements have been divided into two phases. Phase 1 includes the replacement of 170 feet of
 existing 30 inch RCP which has collapsed and extending the existing system by installing 700 feet of new 24 inch RCP and 8 curb inlets to adequatly
 handle a standard 10-year storm runoff. Construction cost, including contingency, is estimated at $233,070. All of the work will be able to be done in
 existing easements and right-of-way. Depending on the construction bids for this project the scope may be reduced and added to Phase-II to
 mazimize the available CDBG funding. Engineering cost will also be reduced depending on if the design and inspection is done by City staff.




Project History:
 A sinkhole has formed in the roadway near the curb inlet at the north corner of the intersection of Larsen Street and westbound Edgewood
 Boulevard. Pipe inspections also showed that 170 feet of the existing 24 inch RCP system is badly cracked and collapsing. A preliminary design has
 increased the existing system to handle a standard 10-year storm runoff event by extending the system by 700 feet and adding 8 curb inlets. CDBG
 Funding application includes this project for $188,800 with a total project construction cost of $233,070 and was approved by the City Council on 8-23
 10. Phase II will further extend the system by installing 565 feet of new RCP and 4 inlets and is scheduled for proposed CDBG funding in 2012..



Project Details:
 Project Category:                                      Storm Drainage                        Original Request Year:                  2011
 Department:                                Development Services & Public Works               Proposed CIP Year:                      2011
 Project Number:                                         Not Assigned                         Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                 Edgewood & Larsen Storm Drainage Impr Ph-II          Companion Project No.:             Not Assigned
 Relation to Companion Project:     Edgewood & Larsen Storm Drainage Impr Ph-II is part of this small watershed

                                                                  Project Financing
                                                          Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2009           2010             2011          2012            2013           2014           2015            Total
 Right-of-Way                                                $           -                                                                $           -
 Construction                                                $     194,000                                                                $     194,000
 Legal                                                       $           -                                                                $           -
 Engineering                                                 $      50,000                                                                $      50,000
 Miscellaneous / Utility                                     $           -                                                                $           -
 Equipment                                                   $           -                                                                $           -
 Contingencies                                               $      39,000                                                                $      39,000
 Administration
 Financing
               Total Cost                                    $     283,000                                                                $     283,000


                                                                  Funding Sources
Description                       2009           2010             2011          2012            2013           2014           2015            Total
 General Fund
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC
 Special Revenues
 State / Federal / CDBG                                      $     188,800                                                                $     188,800
 Stormwater Utility Fund                                     $      94,200                                                                $      94,200
                     Total                                   $     283,000                                                                $     283,000




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                                                        Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                         Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                          Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                              Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 This location has significant pipe failure causing sinkholes in the street and yards. The storm drainage
 system capacity is inadequate to carry the 10-year storm runoff and to prevent street flooding. Project
 funding available through CBDG and Stormwater Utility Fund




Impact on Operating Budget:
 Reconstruction of this portion of the drainage system will reduce the maintenance needed to keep it
 operational and will avoid future emergency repairs.




Location Map:




Prepared By:                                                                   Date:
                                    Michael Gregory                                                September 10, 2010


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Project Title (80 spaces):
 Stormwater Utility Maintenance Program 2011

Project Description:
 Stormwater maintenance program funding has been budgeted from the Stormwater Utility fund in 2011. Engineering design and inspection will done
 by City staff in the Development Services Department which will reduce the amount estimated for Engineering below. Locations of the maintenance
 repairs have not been set.




Project History:
 Stormwater maintenance inspections are being accomplished from several different sources throughout the City. These inspections will yield much
 more work than can be accomplished with the available funding. The identified maintenance problem locations is increasing and will be addressed in
 order of severity addressing safety issues and other asset management factors.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                     Storm Drainage                       Original Request Year:                2011
 Department:                             Public Works and Development Services              Proposed CIP Year:                    2011
 Project Number:                                                                            Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                                                                    Companion Project No.:
 Relation to Companion Project:

                                                              Project Financing
                                                         Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010          2011           2012           2013           2014           2015           2016           Total
 Right-of-Way
 Construction                               $    621,000                                                                              $     621,000
 Legal                                      $          -                                                                              $           -
 Engineering                                $    155,000                                                                              $     155,000
 Miscellaneous / Utility                    $          -                                                                              $           -
 Equipment                                  $          -                                                                              $           -
 Contingencies                              $    124,000                                                                              $     124,000
 Administration
 Financing
               Total Cost                   $    900,000                                                                              $     900,000


                                                              Funding Sources
Description                       2010          2011           2012           2013           2014           2015           2016           Total
 General Fund
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC
 Special Revenues
 State / Federal / CDBG
 Stormwater Utility Fund                    $    900,000                                                                              $     900,000
                     Total                  $    900,000                                                                              $     900,000




                                                                          Page 200
                                                        Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                            Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                             Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                 Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 Many locations in the city have significant drainage system failures causing sinkholes in the street and
 yards; localized flooding and unsafe conditions. The storm drainage system is being systematically
 inspected which will identify these locations to be identified and repaired. Funding for this proactive asset
 management is from the Stormwater Utility.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 Reconstruction of the deteriorated and disfunctional drainage system will reduce the maintenance needed
 to keep it operational and will avoid future emergency repairs.




Location Map:
 This expenditure will occur at various locations throughout the City on our public street system.




Prepared By:                                                                     Date:
                                    Michael Gregory                                                   September 13, 2010


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Project Title (80 spaces):
 Street Maintenance Program/Johnson Drive Rehab - Roberts to Woodland

Project Description:
 This project will include removal and replacement of damaged curb and sidewalk, upgrading/repair of storm drainage facilities, ADA sidewalk ramps,
 mill and overlay of asphalt surface, and new pavement markings. There will be no alignment or intersection modificatons with this project.




Project History:
 This is a new project that was submitted for CARS funding. In order to complete this project, the City share will be funded through the Street
 Maintenance Program. As a result the total funds available for 2011 Street Maintenance was reduced to $940,000.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                         Streets                          Original Request Year:                2011
 Department:                                           Public Works                         Proposed CIP Year:                    2011
 Project Number:                                                                            Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                                                                    Companion Project No.:
 Relation to Companion Project:

                                                               Project Financing
                                                        Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010          2011            2012          2013           2014           2015           2016            Total
 Right-of-Way
 Construction                               $    600,000                                                                              $     600,000
 Legal                                      $      2,000                                                                              $       2,000
 Engineering                                $     90,000                                                                              $      90,000
 Miscellaneous / Utility                    $      5,000                                                                              $       5,000
 Equipment                                  $          -                                                                              $           -
 Contingencies                              $     60,000                                                                              $      60,000
 Administration                             $          -                                                                              $           -
 Financing                                  $     50,000                                                                              $      50,000
               Total Cost                   $    807,000                                                                              $     807,000


                                                               Funding Sources
Description                       2010          2011            2012          2013           2014           2015           2016            Total
 General Fund                               $    362,000                                                                              $     362,000
 Debt                                       $          -                                                                              $           -
 Benefit District                           $          -                                                                              $           -
 County CARS                                $    345,000                                                                              $     345,000
 County SMAC                                $          -                                                                              $           -
 Special Revenues                           $    100,000                                                                              $     100,000
 State / Federal / CDBG                     $          -                                                                              $           -
 Other                                      $          -                                                                              $           -
                     Total                  $    807,000                                                                              $     807,000
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                                                           Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                                   Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                                    Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                        Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 This street is on the list to be milled and overlaid and needs to be rehabilitated before severe damage or failed sections of pavement occurs. The
 City has requested CARS funds for a 50% reimbursement of construction and construction inspection.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 This project is partilally funded through Street Maintenance Funds. There will be the initial costs to complete the project but the improvements to the
 pavement, curbs and sidewalk will reduce the need for City crews to provide maintenance.




Location Map:




Prepared By:                                                                            Date:
                                            Mark Sherfy                                                              April 25, 2008



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Project Title (80 spaces):
 2011 Street Maintenance Program

Project Description:
 Annual expenditures for street maintenance activities including: pavement patching, surface repairs, crack sealing work, chip/seal treatments, mill and
 overlay improvements (as budget allows), bridge repairs and other preventive maintenance for pavement surfaces. This program also provides some
 sidewalk and curb and gutter repair work.




Project History:
 This is an annual maintenance program that has included a more significant amount of mill and overlay work on the public street system in years past.
 The Council authorized a one time lump sum of $750,000 from the General Fund balance for 2011 in an effort to slow the rapid degredation of the
 City's street system as a result of no mill and overlay work in 2009 or 2010. The original budget for this work was $1,402,000. In order to complete a
 CARS eligible project, Johnson Drive (from Roberts to Woodland), the City share will be funded through the $1,402,000. As a result the total funds
 available for 2011 Street Maintenance is $940,000.




Project Details:
 Project Category:                                           Streets                           Original Request Year:                  2011
 Department:                                             Public Works                          Proposed CIP Year:                      2011
 Project Number:                                                                               Previous CIP Year:
 Companion Project Name:                                                                       Companion Project No.:
 Relation to Companion Project:

                                                                 Project Financing
                                                          Estimated Expenditure Schedule
Description                       2010            2011            2012           2013           2014            2015           2016            Total
 Right-of-Way
 Construction                                $    940,000                                                                                  $     940,000
 Legal
 Engineering
 Miscellaneous / Utility
 Equipment
 Contingencies
 Administration
 Financing
               Total Cost                    $    940,000                                                                                  $     940,000


                                                                 Funding Sources
Description                       2010            2011            2012           2013           2014            2015           2016            Total
 General Fund                                $     823,000                                                                                 $    823,000
 Debt
 Benefit District
 County CARS
 County SMAC
 Special Revenues                            $    117,000                                                                                  $     117,000
 State / Federal / CDBG
 Other
                     Total                   $    940,000                                                                                  $     940,000
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                                                          Other Project Information

Justification for Inclusion on 5-Year CIP: (Check all that apply)
      Outside Funding Committed                                                  Safety Factors

      Outside Funding Eligible                                                   Capacity Factors

      Economic Development                                                       Reconstruction / Rehabiliation

Reasons:
 Preventative maintenance and repair of damaged or failed sections of pavement is necessary to get the best service life out of our street
 infrastructure and to ensure a safe and reliable street system for the traveling public.




Impact on Operating Budget:
 This expenditure is an operating fund expenditure. The funding for this program will help to reduce the need to increase the operating budget to meet
 our maintenance obligations to keep our streets in an acceptable condition.




Location Map:
 This expenditure will occur at various locations throughout the City on our public street system.




Prepared By:                                                                           Date:
                                           Mark Sherfy                                                             April 25, 2008



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Glossary of Terms
Accounting System - The total set of records and procedures used to record, classify, and report information on
the financial status and operations of an entity.

Activity - A unit of budgetary accountability and control that encompasses specific and distinguishable lines of
work performance for the purpose of accomplishing a function for which the City is responsible.

Ad Valorem – see property tax.

Adopted Budget - The budget document formally approved by the City Council.

Allocated Costs – A method for allocating overhead time and other expenses to activities that provide direct
services.

Allotments - Management allocation of appropriated funds subject to legal constraints.

Appropriation - An authorization granted by the City Council to make expenditures and to incur obligations for
purposes specified in the Appropriation Ordinance. An appropriation is usually for a fixed amount and time limited,
and must be expended before the deadline.

ARRA – American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Assessed Valuation - A valuation set upon real estate or other property by the County Assessor and the State
as a basis for levying taxes.

Authorized Positions - Positions approved by the City Council which may or may not have funding (see
Budgeted Positions).

Base Budget – Those resources necessary to meet an established and existing service level.

Basis of Budgeting - Basis of budgeting refers to the method used for recognizing revenues and expenditures in
budget. The City uses the modified accrual basis of accounting for budgetary purposes, which is in compliance
with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

Beginning Fund Balance - Fund balance available in a fund from the end of the prior year for use in the
following year.

Bond - A City may raise capital funds by issuing a written promise to pay a specified sum of money, called the
face value or principal amount; at a specified date or dates in the future, together with the periodic interest at a
specified rate.

Bond Interest and Redemption - Payment of interest and principal on an obligation resulting from the issuance
of bonds.

Budget - A planning and controlling document for financial operation with estimates of proposed expenditures
and revenues for a given period of time, usually one year. A plan or action expressed in figures.

Budget Calendar - The schedule of key dates or milestones that a government follows in the preparation and
adoption of the budget.

Budget Document - The official written statement prepared by the budget office and supporting staff.

Budget Message - A general written description summarizing the proposed budget. The budget message
explains principal budget issues against the background of financial experience in recent years and presents
recommendations made by the City Manager.
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Glossary of Terms
Budget Modification – A change of expenditure levels and corresponding resources needed to accomplish an
existing service level or unanticipated service. All budget modifications are reflected in the current year budget
and are approved by the City Council through the Annual Appropriations Ordinance.

Budgeted Positions - The number of full-time equivalent positions to be funded in the budget. Example:
Funding of two half-time positions would equal one full-time equivalent position.

Budget Supplement – A request for an increase or decrease in an existing service level (over and above the
base budget).

Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) - A plan for capital expenditures and the means of financing them, to be
incurred each year over a fixed period of years, to meet capital needs arising from long-term work program.
Included are expenditures made for land, building, permanent public works projects, major reconstruction or
renovation of structures, and major landscaping or park improvements.

CAFR – Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

Capital Expenditures – An expense for equipment of over $10,000.

Capital Outlays - Expenditures for the acquisition of capital assets.

Carry-over Balance - Balance of funds brought forward from prior years.

CDBG – Community Development Block Grant.

CIP – Capital Improvements Plan.

City Charter - Legal authority approved by the voters of the City of Shawnee under the State of Kansas
Constitution establishing the government organization.

Commodities - Expenditures for items that are consumable or have a short life span.

Community Development Block Grant - CDBG is administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development and provides funds for local community development activities such as affordable
housing, anti-poverty programs, and infrastructure development.

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) - A CAFR expands upon the basic financial statements that
are required by General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) by including additional financial information
broken down in three sections: Introductory, Financial, and Statistical.

Contractual Services - Services rendered by private firms, individuals, or other governmental agencies.

Contingency - Funds appropriated by the City Council for unforeseen needs.

Consultants - Fees paid to outside individuals who provide advice or services.

Debt Service - Actual cost of interest and principal on bond maturities as well as revenue anticipation notes.

Description - Contains a list of the typical activities of programs.

Department - An organizational unit comprised of divisions or programs. It is possible for a department to be
comprised of only one division.

Discretionary Revenue - Money that the City Council has the authority to allocate for any purpose. Often refers
to the General Fund, as opposed to Special Funds. Page 207
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Dual Appropriation - Revenue that is initially budgeted for receipt in one fund and subsequently transferred for
expenditure in another fund.

EECBG – Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant

Employee (Fringe) Benefits - The cost to the City for contribution to employee retirement, social security, health
and workers' compensation programs.

Encumbrance - Funds not yet expended and are delegated or set aside in anticipation of an expenditure in the
form of a purchase order, contract, or other commitment, chargeable to an appropriation. These funds cease to
be an encumbrance when paid.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant – EECBG is administered by the U.S. Department of
Energy and provides funds for local government energy programs.

Enterprise Fund - Established to finance and account for the operation and maintenance of facilities and
services which are predominately self-supporting by user charges.

Expenditure - Designates the cost of goods delivered or services rendered, whether paid or unpaid. Where
accounts are kept on the accrual or modified accrual basis of accounting, costs are recorded when goods are
received or services rendered. Where accounts are kept on a cash basis, expenditures are recognized when the
cash payments are made.

Fair Market Value - The value of a piece of real estate in the open market. Used to determine the assessed value
of property for taxing purposes.

Fees - A charge to cover the cost of services (e.g., building inspection fee, zoning fee, etc.).

Fiscal Year - A twelve-month period of time to which the budget applies. For the City of Shawnee, this period is
a calendar year from January 1 through December 31.

Fixed Asset – A tangible item of a long-term character such as land, buildings, furniture, and other equipment
with a unit cost in excess of $10,000.

Franchise Fee – payments received from electric, gas, telephone and cable providers within the city limits. The
payments are made in exchange for each company's use of public right-of-way.

Fund - A independent fiscal and accounting entity with a self-balancing set of accounts recording cash and/or
other resources, together with all related liabilities, obligations, reserves and equities which are segregated for the
purpose of carrying on specific activities or attaining certain objectives in accordance with special regulations.

Fund Balance – Within a specific operating fund, the net of expenditures and revenues.

General Fund - The primary fund of the City used to account for all revenues and expenditures of the City not
legally restricted as to use.

General Obligation Bond - A bond whose repayment is guaranteed by pledging all the assets and revenues of a
government agency.

General Plan – The General Plan is a long-range planning document that provides the City a framework for
action and the direction in which to focus that action. General Plan Elements are areas in which the City has
elected to administer and manage the delivery of services to its community.



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Glossary of Terms
General Revenue - General sources of income the City collects and receives into the Treasury for public use
(e.g., property tax). There are no restrictions as to the use of these monies - often referred to as Discretionary
Revenue.

GIS – Graphical Interface System.

Grant - A contribution from one government unit to another usually made for a specific purpose and time period.

Graphical Interface System (GIS) – GIS is an information system for capturing, storing, analyzing, managing
and presenting data which is linked to a location.

Interfund Transfers - Monies appropriated from one fund to another fund. This is done to reimburse the fund for
expenses or to finance the operation of the other fund.

KP&F – Kansas Police and Firemen’s Retirement System.

Kansas Police and Firemen’s Retirement System (KP&F) – KP&F is a defined benefit program under the
statewide defined benefit plan (KPERS) for police and fire personnel.

KPERS – Kansas Public Employee Retirement System.

Kansas Public Employee Retirement System (KPERS) – KPERS is a state established retirement system for
those who spend their careers in Kansas public service. KPERS is an umbrella organization that provides three
statewide defined benefit plans for state and local employees: Kansas Public Employees Retirement System,
Kansas Police and Firemen’s Retirement System (KP&F), and Kansas Retirement System for Judges.

Mandate (Mandated Services) – A legal requirement, usually imposed by State or Federal law. This term is
used to refer to City services, which are provided to comply with State or Federal laws.

Materials, Supplies and Services - Expenditures for materials, supplies and related services which are ordinarily
consumed within a fiscal year and which are not included in department inventories.

Municipal Code - A book that contains City Council approved ordinances presently in effect. The Code defines
City policies in various categories.

Mill Levy Tax Rate - The amount of tax levied for each $1000 of assessed valuation.

Objectives - Identifies the desired results of the activities of a program.

Operating Budget – A programmatic, financial, and organizational plan for furthering the goals of the City
Council through departments of the City, which does not include capital improvement projects that have bond
financing.

Operating Expenses –Expenses incurred as a result of day-to-day operations.

Ordinance - A formal legislative enactment by the City Council. It has the full force and effect of law within the
City boundaries unless it is in conflict with any higher form of law, such as a State statute or constitutional
provision. An ordinance has higher legal standing than a resolution. A law set forth by a government authority,
specifically, a municipal regulation.

Performance Measurement – A performance indicator that is a measurement designed by a reasoning process
to determine whether or not a service objective has been met. It measures the effectiveness of achieving the
objective or how well the objective has been accomplished.

Personal Services – Expenditures related to employee compensation.
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Glossary of Terms
Program – Programs have activities with a common purpose and lead to a common outcome for the customers
of the program.

Program Revenues – Revenues received by a department as a result of the services or operations of that
department (such as user fees), which are used to finance the related services or programs. Program Revenue is
not discretionary (general-purpose) revenue.

Property Tax – The County assesses properties, bills and collects property taxes. The County remits the City’s
share, including all penalties and interest.

Proposed Budget - The working document for the fiscal year under discussion.

Purchase Order - Authorizes the delivery of specific goods or services, and incurrence of debt for them.

Purpose/Goal - This element explains the need for the activity and the reason for its existence.

Repairs and Maintenance - Expenditures for repairs and maintenance of all equipment and supplies, buildings,
structures and grounds.

Reserve - An account used to earmark a portion of the fund balance as legally segregated for a specific use.

Resolution - A special order of the City Council that requires less legal formality than an ordinance in terms of
public notice and the number of public readings prior to approval.

Restricted Use Funds – Funds designated for use for a specific purpose.

Revenues - Amounts estimated to be available for appropriation during the fiscal year. Included are carry-over
balances and new revenues.

Salary Savings - That percentage or dollar amount of salaries which can be expected to be unspent during the
fiscal year due to vacancies and employees receiving less than the top-step pay of the classification.

Sales Tax - The City receives one percent of the amount of taxes assessed on retail sales or leases of tangible
personal property in the City.

Secured Taxes - Taxes levied on real properties in the City which are "secured" by liens on the properties.

SEDC – Shawnee Economic Development Corporation

Service Level – Indicates a project’s effect on existing levels of service provision or identifies a new service to be
provided to the public.

Shawnee Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) – The SEDC was established to promote the general
welfare of Shawnee, including but not limited to fostering and encouraging all facets of quality economic
development.

Specialized Services - Services that are not otherwise categorized, such as title searches, police work for private
parties, consultant fees, library materials, fringe benefits and loans.

Stimulus – a fiscal policy that is meant to spur the economy.

Tax Increment Financing (TIF) – Pursuant to state law, Kansas municipalities are authorized to establish
Redevelopment Districts and prepare Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Plans. TIF allows
municipalities to pay for public improvements related to redevelopment districts whereby the property taxes in a
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Glossary of Terms
district are frozen, and the incremental increase in property taxes due to a new development, as well as the City’s
unrestricted 1% sales tax generated as a result of the development, can pay for eligible project costs.

Tax Levy - Amount of tax dollars raised by the imposition of the tax rate on the assessed valuation of property.

Tax Rate - The amount of tax levied for each $1,000 of assessed valuation.

TIF – Tax Increment Financing.

Transportation - Transportation and travel-related expenses incurred in the performance of official City business.

Year-End – This terms means as of December 31st (end of the fiscal year).




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ASSESSED VALUATION FOR AD VALOREM TAXES

    Tax Year               2006                2007                   2008               2009                2010
   Budget Year             2007                2008                   2009               2010                2011


Real Estate         $    640,488,961      $   677,140,494     $      684,656,946     $   667,582,353     $   646,265,783
Personal Prop.            43,964,451           40,825,753             33,526,583          29,463,234             20,145,064
Utilities                 20,440,203           21,710,209             20,758,632          20,048,049             20,236,674
        Total            704,893,615          739,676,456            738,942,161         717,093,636         686,647,521
Percent Increase                  6.96%               4.93%                 -0.10%              -2.96%               -4.25%

Motor Vehicle             85,300,419           87,371,184             88,473,285          87,291,949            *
Total Equalized     $    790,194,034      $   827,047,640     $      827,415,446     $   804,385,585     $   686,647,521
                                                                                                               **


* Motor Vehicle figure not available until January of the following year.
** Assessed Valuation from County dated 10/22/10



Real Estate, Pers Prop & Utilities for prior years reflect the Assessed Value sent by County in January of the
Budget Year.




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PROPERTY TAX MILL LEVY CALCULATIONS
The Johnson County Clerk sends out valuations to the City to use to compute our budget Estimate by July 1.
We receive an updated valuation as of October 1. This computation sets the mill levy to compute tax bills.
The difference between the two are corrections to errors and adjustments to protested property valuations.


            July Estimated Valuation was $687,125,342, October Final Valuation was $686,647,521

                                                  2011 BUDGET YEAR
                                                                               July Estimated October Final
                                                3.1% For           Total            2010          2010
                           2011 Budget          Delinquent      Ad Valorem           Mill          Mill
          Fund            Ad Valorem Tax          Taxes         Tax Levied          Levy          Levy

General                    $ 10,019,600     $       300,588      $10,320,188          15.019          15.030
Public Safety Equipment         368,900              11,067         379,967            0.553           9.134
Bond & Interest               6,088,900             182,667       6,271,567            9.127           0.553
TOTAL                      $ 16,477,400     $       494,322    $ 16,971,722           24.699          24.717




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HISTORY OF TAX LEVIES AND VALUATION GROWTH

                               Property Tax Mill Rates
Tax Budget       Public Safety    Special    Employee Bond &               Assessed       Increase/      % Of
Year Year General Equipment Improvement Benefit Interest           Total   Valuation      Decrease      Change

1972   1973    7.592     0.242       0.000     0.000      4.918   12.752    42,374,933    5,003,666     13.40%
1973   1974   12.530     0.236       0.000     0.000      4.936   17.702    45,475,218    3,100,285      7.32%
1974   1975   12.002     0.243       0.000     0.000      5.650   17.895    49,121,735    3,646,517      8.02%
1975   1976    9.728     0.027       0.000     0.000      5.472   15.227    54,289,240    5,167,505     10.52%
1976   1977    6.159     0.180       0.101     0.000      6.984   13.424    58,664,691    4,375,451      8.06%
1977   1978    5.059     0.192       0.117     0.000      7.982   13.350    64,414,550    5,749,859      9.80%
1978   1979    5.817     0.165       0.023     0.000      7.337   13.342    68,554,487    4,139,937      6.43%
1979   1980   10.206     0.186       0.099     0.000      5.231   15.722    75,567,455    7,012,968     10.23%
1980   1981    7.010     0.190       0.100     0.000      8.210   15.510    64,846,764   (10,720,691) -14.19%
1981   1982    7.000     0.190       0.100     0.000      7.940   15.230    67,310,093    2,463,329      3.80%
1982   1983    8.040     0.190       0.100     0.000      7.260   15.590    69,211,994    1,901,901      2.83%
1983   1984    6.150     0.190       0.100     0.000   11.210     17.650    70,887,478    1,675,484      2.42%
1984   1985    7.270     0.188       0.099     0.000      9.877   17.434    75,108,320    4,220,842      5.95%
1985   1986    5.017     0.185       0.097     0.000   11.847     17.146    81,399,086    6,290,766      8.38%
1986   1987    7.196     0.190       0.100     0.000   15.392     22.878    84,425,623    3,026,537      3.72%
1987   1988   12.029     0.190       0.100     0.000   15.018     27.337    90,980,252    6,554,629      7.76%
1988   1989   13.758     1.993       0.100     2.247   14.965     33.063    95,502,817    4,522,565      4.97%
1989   1990    7.748     1.122       0.056     1.716      8.428   19.070   173,824,901   78,322,084     82.01%
1990   1991    7.611     1.120       0.056     3.652      8.416   20.855   179,439,210    5,614,309      3.23%
1991   1992    7.591     0.618       0.056     6.780      9.392   24.437   190,898,368   11,459,158      6.39%
1992   1993    7.613     0.620       0.056     6.800      9.420   24.509   192,576,763    1,678,395      0.88%
1993   1994    7.620     0.621       0.056     5.806   10.430     24.533   197,399,599    4,822,836      2.50%
1994   1995    7.612     0.620       0.056     5.800   10.419     24.507   205,322,988    7,923,389      4.01%
1995   1996    6.278     0.581       0.053     6.519      9.771   23.202   224,469,017   19,146,029      9.32%
1996   1997    6.298     0.583       0.053     6.540      9.802   23.276   242,805,708   18,336,691      8.17%
1997   1998    5.417     0.584       0.053     6.942      9.819   22.815   274,332,473   31,526,765     12.98%
1998   1999    5.824     0.584       0.053     6.430      9.815   22.706   318,369,692   44,037,219     16.05%
1999   2000    6.342     0.548       0.050     5.946      9.206   22.092   369,176,878   50,807,186     15.96%
2000   2001    6.368     0.525       0.048     5.400      8.816   21.157   428,014,140   58,837,262     15.94%
2001   2002    6.791     0.505       0.046     5.204      8.496   21.042   472,593,401   44,579,261     10.42%
2002   2003    4.590     0.501       0.046     7.280      8.418   20.835   510,134,179   37,540,778      7.94%
2003   2004    4.592     0.501       0.046     8.284      7.422   20.845   555,212,926   45,078,747      8.84%
2004   2005    4.002     0.501       0.046     8.881      7.426   20.856   607,071,750   51,858,824      9.34%
2005   2006    4.000     0.501       0.046     8.877      7.423   20.847   659,053,180   51,981,430      8.56%
2006   2007    4.633     0.505       0.046     8.940   10.497     24.621   704,893,615   45,840,435      6.96%
2007   2008    5.390     0.552       0.000     8.200   10.510     24.652   739,676,456   34,782,841      4.93%
2008   2009   15.015     0.553       0.000     0.000      9.125   24.693   738,942,161     (734,295)    -0.10%
2009   2010   15.019     0.553       0.000     0.000      9.127   24.699   717,093,636   (21,848,525)   -2.96%
2010   2011   15.030     0.553       0.000     0.000      9.134   24.717   686,647,521   (30,446,115)   -4.25%

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2011 BUDGET
CAPITAL OUTLAY DETAIL

                                              LAND             MOTOR         OPER.       COMMUN.        OFFICE
                                             IMPROV           VEHICLES       EQUIP        EQUIP       FURN & EQUIP
          ITEM DESCRIPTION                    54300            54410         54420        54430          54440

            GENERAL FUND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
San Storage                              $            -      $       -   $           -   $      -     $     49,000
Replacement high speed printers                       -              -               -          -            5,000
Upgrades/Performance/Data Integrity IT                -              -               -          -           27,500
Misc. Other Replacement Equipment                     -              -               -          -           28,500
Communications Equipment                              -              -               -       25,000            -
Total                                                 -              -               -       25,000        110,000

STREETS
2011 Bridge Repair Contract                    150,000               -               -          -              -
2011 Crack Sealing Contract                    200,000               -               -          -              -
Streets Total                                  350,000               -               -          -              -



GENERAL FUND TOTAL                       $      350,000      $       -   $           -   $   25,000   $    110,000




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2011 BUDGET
CAPITAL OUTLAY DETAIL

                                               LAND             MOTOR               OPER.       COMMUN.     OFFICE
                                              IMPROV           VEHICLES             EQUIP        EQUIP    FURN & EQUIP
          ITEM DESCRIPTION                     54300            54410               54420        54430       54440
       SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
PUBLIC SAFETY EQUIPMENT FUND
Fire Ladder Truck Lease                   $            -      $       160,000   $        -      $    -    $        -
Fire Operations Equipment                              -                  -           35,000         -             -
Replace 2001 CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                       -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 1999 CVPI (Admin. - Training)                  -               18,411            -           -             -
Replace 2008 Ford CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2008 Ford CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2002 Ford Taurus (Invest. - Detec              -               18,411            -           -             -
Replace 2008 Ford CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2003 Ford CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2003 Ford CVPI (Invest - SIU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2007 Ford CVPI (Patrol - K-9)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Replace 2008 Ford CVPI (Patrol - RPU)                  -               25,915            -           -             -
Countywide Radio Project (lease)                       -                  -          200,000         -             -
Speed Enforcement Radar                                -                  -            7,600         -             -
Total                                                  -              404,142        242,600         -             -

SPECIAL NARCOTICS FUND
Patrol Canine                                          -                  -           14,560         -             -
Tasers                                                 -                  -            5,000         -             -
Total                                                  -                  -           19,560         -             -

SPECIAL HIGHWAY AID FUND
Land Improvements                               967,100                   -                 -        -             -
Total                                           967,100                   -                 -        -             -

SPECIAL PARK AND RECREATION FUND
Overall Main Improvements                        109,000                  -                 -        -             -
Total                                            109,000                  -                 -        -             -

PARKS AND PIPES FUND
Land Improvements Parks                          93,009                   -                 -        -             -
Land Improvements Storm Drainage                870,500                   -                 -        -             -
Total                                           963,509                   -                 -        -             -




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2011 BUDGET
CAPITAL OUTLAY DETAIL

                                 LAND             MOTOR               OPER.       COMMUN.        OFFICE
                                IMPROV           VEHICLES             EQUIP        EQUIP       FURN & EQUIP
         ITEM DESCRIPTION        54300            54410               54420        54430          54440
CEMETERY FUND
Land Improvement                   20,000                   -                 -          -              -
Total                              20,000                   -                 -          -              -

STORMWATER UTILITY FUND
Land Improvements                 900,000                   -              -             -              -
Vehicle Repairs                       -                   1,000            -             -              -
Stormwater Equipment                  -                     -            1,800           -              -
Total                             900,000                 1,000          1,800           -              -

EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND
Operations Equipment                     -                  -          200,000           -              -
Total                                    -                  -          200,000           -              -



SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS            2,959,609              405,142        463,960           -              -

ALL FUNDS TOTAL             $    3,309,609      $       405,142   $    463,960    $   25,000   $    110,000




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                                                                                                                                                           State of Kansas
                                                                                                                                                                      City


                                                                    NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
                                                                                                                                                                  2011
                                                                          The governing body of
                                                                              City of Shawnee
                         will meet on July 26, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall, 11110 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS for the purpose of hearing and
                               answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax.
                      Detailed budget information is available at City Hall, 11110 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS and will be available at this hearing.
                                                                         BUDGET SUMMARY
                      Proposed Budget 2011 Expenditures and Amount of 2010 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2011 budget.
                                           Estimated Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation.

                                       Prior Year Actual for 2009          Current Year Estimate for 2010                       Proposed Budget for 2011
                                                            Actual                                 Actual                              Amount of 2010       Estimate
  FUND                                 Expenditures       Tax Rate *        Expenditures         Tax Rate *         Expenditures       Ad Valorem Tax      Tax Rate *
General                                    33,443,766         15.015            35,441,175           15.019             51,711,739         10,320,188          15.019
Debt Service                               10,811,674          9.125            10,640,122            9.127             12,301,710          6,271,567           9.127
Public Safety Equipment                       505,169          0.553               672,987            0.553              1,046,712            379,967           0.553




Special Highway                              2,215,867                             2,103,848                              2,647,600
Special Narcotics                                                                      7,500                                146,249
Special Parks & Recreation                     274,760                             1,108,377                                602,487
Special Alcohol Abuse                          125,451                               173,750                                615,714
Parks & Recreation Land Use                    308,332                                                                       79,865
Convention & Tourism                           291,057                               283,200                                354,555
Parks & Pipes                                1,025,511                             1,925,773                              1,161,095
Cemetery                                        73,423                                30,000                                 74,848
Stormwater Utility                           1,606,869                             2,934,721                              3,373,371
Public Safety Sales Tax                      1,337,263                             1,439,000                              2,543,053
Neighborhood Revitalization                     29,056                                60,000                                100,382
Equipment Reserve Fund                                                                                                      200,000




Totals                                      52,048,198         24.693            56,820,453           24.699            76,959,380          16,971,722         24.699
Less: Transfers                              2,430,574                            2,838,010                              3,799,400
Net Expenditure                             49,617,624                           53,982,443                             73,159,980
Total Tax Levied                            18,245,796                           17,524,701                    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Assessed
Valuation                                 738,942,161                           717,093,636                             687,125,342

Outstanding Indebtedness,
 January 1,                               2008                                  2009                                    2010
G.O. Bonds                             89,225,000                            89,395,000                              83,345,000
Revenue Bonds                               0                                     0                                       0
Other                                  15,132,658                            9,121,762                               8,235,213
Lease Purchase Principal                 429,941                              352,013                                 728,997
  Total                               104,787,599                            98,868,775                              92,309,210
 *Tax rates are expressed in mills

                                  /s/ Stephen Powell
           City Official Title:

                                                             Page No.
        revised 12/08/09                                                               Page 218
                  County Clerk's Budget Information for the 2011 Budget
                   Amended

     SHAWNEE CITY

1.   Valuation Information as of July 1, 2010:

                                                      Estimated
                                                      Assessed          Territory   Property with
                                                      Valuation          Added      changed use
     Real Estate                                      646,752,244                       1,264,158
     Personal Property excludes penalties              20,136,424
     State Assessed                                    20,236,674
     Total                                            687,125,342
     New Improvements                                   8,634,460

2.   Personal Property excluding oil, gas, mobile homes & penalties                    20,136,424
     (use this amount on Computation to Determine Limit for 2011 Budget, Line 5a)

3.   Actual Tax Rates Levied for the 2010 Budget:

                     Fund                                Rate
     General                                               15.019
     Law Enforcement                                        0.553
     Special Improvements                                   0.000
     Employee Benefits                                      0.000
     Bond & Interest                                        9.127

     Total                                                  24.699

4.   Final Assessed Valuation from the November 1, 2009 Abstract                      717,093,636

5.   Personal Property excluding oil, gas, mobile homes & penalties for 2009           29,051,547
     (use this amount on Computation to Determine Limit for 2011 Budget, Line 5b)

6.   Gross Earning (Intangible) Tax Estimate

7.   Neighborhood Revitalization District:
     Valuation Subject to Rebates                                                       2,009,289


     June 28, 2010                                  Provided by:
     Date
                                                    Name of County:    Johnson




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                                                                                         October 14, 2010 

 

TO:               City Clerk of Shawnee 

FROM:         John A. Bartolac, County Clerk 

SUBJ:           2010 Tax Levy Rates 

 

Budgets for 2011 on file in this office have been audited per K.S.A. 79‐1965.  Listed below is the final 
2010 tax levy rate expressed in mills per $1,000 assessed valuation for your city.  Levies for each fund 
are computed on the applicable valuation as shown on the enclosed document. 

Please forward a copy of this information to your city administrator and anyone involved with the 
budget preparation. 

 

                   FUND                                                                 TAX RATE LEVY 

                   General                                                                    15.030 
                    Bond & Interest                                                       9.134 
                    Public Safety Equipment                                          .553 

                   TOTAL                                                                       24.717 

 

                    

 

 

 

 

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