City of Brookings 2010 2011 Budget by KathleenKress

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									 City of Brookings
2010 / 2011 Budget

           Mayor
          Tim Reed

         City Council
 Michael Bartley, Deputy Mayor
      Thomas Bezdichek
          John Kubal
     Michael McClemans
           Jael Trieb
          Julie Whaley



                                 7/31/2009
                                                                     Jeffrey W. Weldon
                                                                     City Manager


July 30, 2009



Honorable Mayor and City Council Members
City of Brookings
311 Third Avenue
Brookings, SD 57006

RE:    2010 Budget Message

Dear Mayor Reed, City Council Members, and Citizens of Brookings:

Pursuant to state law, local ordinance, and our Governance and Ends Policy, it is my pleasure to
present to you the proposed budgets for operations and capital investment for the City of
Brookings for fiscal year 2010. This is my second budget that I have prepared for the City and
represents all fiscal budgets for City operations exclusive of Brookings Municipal Utilities and
Brookings Health System.

The purpose of this document is to augment the numbers and statistical analysis of the proposed
budget with a narrative that describes my budgetary recommendations and public policy
considerations that comprise the budget. I believe this is a responsible budget that fairly and
accurately provides for the required basic services as well as the desired services by the citizens
of Brookings. The proposed budgetary expenditures accomplishes this within the context of my
recommendations in a prioritized order to the extent there is revenue available to finance them.

The approach used by staff was to re-evaluate departmental services and programs, prioritize
them, and assign conservative but realistic estimates of expenditures to each item. As part of that
process, staff developed their respective departmental budgets within our goals of performance
measurements and in accordance with the Council’s duly-adopted Governance and Ends Policy.
Given the uncertainty of the economy this year, this process was extremely challenging when
speculating about the next 18 months.



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The General Fund is the primary fund which runs the day-to-day operations of the City and is
balanced with $13,642,392 in revenues and $13,642,392 in expenditures. This represents a
decrease over 2009 of three percent, or $448,720, in revenues and expenditures respectively.




We are transferring $2 million out of the General Fund reserves, which was set aside in a reserve
for the purchase of the DOT property. This money will be used to provide interim financing for
the infrastructure of the SDSU Innovation Campus. The balance of the DOT property reserve is
still preserved for property acquisition. The total expenditures for all funds of the City are
$30,538,636, a decrease of two percent from 2009 primarily due to less capital projects. I
reduced total department head requests for all funds by approximately $2 million.

Above all, this budget, with very few exceptions, represents a continuation of the same level of
services as the past year. The only increases in resources are due to meeting the needs of a
growing community with the same services. Over the past two fiscal years, we have been
attempting to recover ground lost during the economic downturn of 2000 when Brookings laid
off staff and went into a substantial but necessary mode of deferred maintenance on much-
needed capital items. We are emerging from that now with resources incrementally and
strategically increasing for a variety of departments where they are needed.

Now, we are faced with more economic uncertainty. While Brookings is much better positioned
that much of the nation or even the State of South Dakota, we are feeling the effect of the
nationwide recession. For this reason, we have essentially “flat lined” many of our anticipated
revenues and expenditures for the coming year. What’s more, we have again deferred the
replacement of some much-needed capital items simply because we do not believe the revenue
will be available to pay for them. We have not dipped into our reserves because now more than
ever, we need adequate reserve fund balances to brace against a significant unexpected drop in
sales tax that could materialize from a calamitous event of one of our major employers. For
these deferred capital items, we will hold them in a “reserve” list and consider purchasing them
if revenue rebounds during the year. Until then, they will be deferred for re-consideration to the
2011 budget.

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Let’s take a closer examination of the budget.


Revenues
Various sources of revenue finance different budgetary funds. The City property tax levy
accounts for approximately 12 percent of a property owners’ total levy with the Brookings
School District receiving the majority of this revenue source followed by Brookings County.
The property tax constitutes approximately seven percent (7%) of the total city revenue base.
The property tax revenue is expected to be $2,352,000 according to the County Finance Officer
who makes this calculation. This is an eight percent (8%) change from 2009 and is primarily
based on assessed valuation of
property as well as new growth
with an expanding tax base. Cities
are under a property tax freeze
imposed by state law for levies.
The only growth seen is for
inflation and an expansion of the
property tax base.

The sales and use tax is the
primary source of revenue for
cities in South Dakota and accounts for approximately 31 percent of our revenue base. The two
percent sales and use tax revenue is expected to be $9,641,108, the same as what is anticipated to
be received by year-end for 2009. By ordinance, the first penny tax is dedicated to general
operational expenditures primarily in the General Fund. The second penny is divided into 25
percent of that total dedicated for streets, vehicles and equipment; and 75 percent of that total
dedicated for public improvements. Most of the second penny sales and use tax is for capital
projects and capital debt service. A third penny is also levied on a narrower sales tax base of
lodging, prepared food, on-sale alcohol sales, and admissions (BBB). Use of the third penny is
reserved for promotional expenditures pursuant to state law.

Transfers in to the General Fund are intergovernmental transfers from public enterprise funds
that help finance the General Fund. They are as follows: Brookings Municipal Utilities
$1,892,000; Solid Waste Fund $440,000; Brookings Municipal Liquor Store $500,000 Research
& Technology Center $75,000. Part of the purpose of such transfers is to have the enterprise
fund compensate the General Fund for administrative services and support. This is the case for
Liquor and Solid Waste but not Utilities. Transfers constitute approximately nine percent (9%) of
our revenue base.

Licenses, permits, service charges & fees for services are special benefit costs paid by users
requesting specific services from the City for which there is a fee associated with providing the
service. Examples include building permit fees, dog licenses, recreation program registrations,


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and requests for re-zoning. The total amount of service charges and fees for services is budgeted
at $6,580,886 and accounts for approximately 20 percent of our revenue base. For the 2009
budget, we undertook a comprehensive analysis of the rates and types of services we charge. We
made several adjustments to the rate schedule to reflect the true cost of providing these special
benefit services. There are a few such services where rates will be adjusted for 2010 as well.

Other minor sources of revenue include: other financing revenue 11 percent; miscellaneous
including interest income and fines at ten percent (10%); goods & services at five percent (5%);
and intergovernmental revenue such as grants and pass-through taxes and surcharges at four
percent (4%).


Personnel
Providing city services is a very labor-intensive business so it should be no surprise that
personnel and related costs constitute a substantial part of the budget. You will note the line-
item budgets do not include a specific base adjustment increase for 2010. The reason is both
contracts for the collective bargaining units expires the end of 2009 and it would not be
appropriate to budget a line-item amount prior to the conclusion of replacement contracts with
the unions. However, we have set an aggregate amount of funds aside in one lump-sum fund so
we can properly budget for salaries that will be determined by the final contract without
compromising the negotiation process.
                                                                                  FY 2009   FY 2010
                                                         Mayor & Council                7         7
Beyond the union contracts, we are anticipating the      City Clerk                     3         3
usual range advancements for applicable employees        City Manager                   1         1
moving through the progression of steps in their         Human Resources                2         2
respective salary range. Even in difficult economic      Finance                        4         4
                                                         Information Technology         1         1
times, we need to maintain a progressive pay plan that   Community Development          4         4
effectively allows us to compete in the market place     Airport                        2         2
so we can attract and retain a qualified workforce. In   Engineer                       6         6
addition, we are anticipating a ten percent (10%)        Police                        30        32
increase in the health insurance with the City and       Fire                           3         3
                                                         Enhanced 911                   7         7
employees splitting the cost of the increase pursuant    Street                        15        15
to past practice.                                        Animal Control                 1         1
                                                         Recreation                     4         4
With regard to staffing levels, I am proposing an        Park                          12        12
                                                         Forestry                       3         4
increase of 2.5 full-time employees affecting two
                                                         Library                       11        11
departments. This includes one full-time employee        Storm Drainage                 0         0
increase in the Forestry Division of the Department of   Liquor                         6         6
Parks, Recreation and Forestry. This increases the       Solid Waste Collection         6         6
Division staffing from three to four. As part of this    Solid Waste Disposal           7         7
                                                         Total                       135       138
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reduced. Brookings can be rightfully proud of the beautification we have become known for
primarily due to our forestry operation. Few communities have such a substantial investment in
boulevard tree management and re-forestation promotion as Brookings. I believe this is a
standard our residents expect us to maintain and expand. Our Forestry Division plays a much
more critical role than planting trees and overall beautification. Disease infestation threatens to
ravage the trees of our community. Diseases such as Dutch Elm, Oak Wilt, Ash Bore and many
others have, and will continue to lay claim to trees and we must be prepared to eradicate these
diseased trees quickly and efficiently to control their spread. The growth of the community with
several new neighborhood subdivisions exponentially added to the Forestry workload to the
point we cannot keep up with the growth at current levels. We simply need to add resources and
we believe one additional staff person will accomplish that for the next few years.

Second, I am proposing adding one patrol officer at the beginning of the year and a second patrol
officer mid-year. That will take our staffing level of full-time sworn officers to 30. Like
Forestry, the growth of the community has required the addition of police officers to help insure
safety and security of our community. As we constantly seek to promote this growth, we must
realize this comes with a requirement to provide for the maintenance this growth causes. As
communities grow, so must the on-going resources to service and maintain that growth.
Currently, we are below the average staffing ratio of officer-to-population for other first class
cities in the state.

During the last ten years, there has been only one patrol officer added to the staffing level.
During that same time, our population, the calls-for-service load, crime levels, and miles of
streets to be patrolled have all increased. The increase in petty crimes has resulted in the need
for more investigative services to resolve cases. This has led to extensive overtime costs and
shortages of patrol officers for a service that must be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. We are short on patrol staffing and investigations so this increase will allow us to put
more officers on the streets during the shifts we need them the most. All-too-frequently, we are
operating with minimum staffing of only three officers on the streets at critical times. The
growth of the community and increase in call load requires additional staffing for public safety.
With the hiring of a new Chief, we are undertaking a comprehensive overhaul of the Department
and its various operations in an effort to improve efficiencies and be more effective. In addition
to patrol and investigative services, community-oriented-policing practices, Safety Town,
DARE, Neighborhood Watch, SWAT, and numerous other crime prevention initiatives are front-
end strategies designed to proactively prevent crimes instead of reacting to them. There will also
be a corresponding decrease in overtime as a result of higher permanent staffing levels.

Both Forestry and Police made these staffing requests last year for the 2009 budget and I rejected
them due to budget constraints. Their need is now more critical than ever and these positions
need to be added.




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All other staffing levels are unchanged for 2010. However, I need to inform you staff has
assembled a long-range staffing plan that attempts to project the need for increased staffing
levels in the future. This is a direct reflection of the expected growth of the community and the
need to increase the level of those services to respond to growth. Sometime during 2011-2016, I
anticipate the need to add:

                      Police officers (4)
                      Code enforcement officer (1)
                      Building inspector (1)
                      Engineering tech (1) (new federal storm water requirements)
                      Street Maintenance workers (2)
                      Park Maintenance & Forestry workers (2)
                      Solid Waste Maintenance workers (2)

Finally, I would like to expand our current employee Wellness Program. In an effort to be
proactive in controlling health care costs, I believe we need to undertake some initiatives that
promote a healthier workforce for less utilization of health insurance resulting in premium cost
control. In this day of managed care, insurance premiums are directly related to the extent health
insurance is used. Healthier employees mean more productive employees, less absenteeism, and
less costs for the employees and employer. As I previously indicated, the Employee Safety and
Wellness Committee has developed a program which I am currently reviewing and would like to
put into effect with this budget in the amount of $10,000. Admittedly, there is some risk as to
whether or not it will be successful and I am prepared to modify provisions of the program based
on performance but I believe we must be bold and try something. Many similar programs have
proven to be successful; many have likewise failed while others have yielded mixed results.


Dispatch/911 Communications budget
The budget provides for an integrated dispatch/911 communications budget which is a
significant change from past years. For 2010, we are consolidating the communication, dispatch,
and E-911 budgets of the City and County since this is a shared service. Since the City staffs the
operations but the County receives the telephone tax revenue that pays much of its expenditures,
this new budget is incorporated into the City budget. Revenues will be the state telephone tax
and general funds from the City and County divided proportionately based on call load. This
will provide for much more efficiency and accountability in this emergency service operation.


Capital improvements
Once again we have an aggressive list of capital improvements that are incorporated into this
budget. The total list of 2010 capital items for my recommendation is $10,493,081; down from




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$11,060,048 in 2009. The cumulative list submitted by department heads for 2010 was
$12,154,157. These are all essential items. Unfortunately, we do not expect revenue from our
three primary sources; the general fund, 25 percent second penny, and 75 percent second penny;
to finance such an ambitious list. Please refer to the CAPITAL OUTLAY section of the budget
to see an itemized list of requested
and recommended capital items.
Primarily, much of the
capital items for 2010 are small
equipment and upgrades to keep
our technology current. Some of
the larger items of note include our
annual rotation of two police cars,
replacement of one fire pumper,
completion of the bike trail project,
three projects associated with
implementing our storm water
master plan, automated irrigation
of the front nine at Edgebrook Golf
Course, the Nature Park, concrete
flooring at Larson Holding Barn, and an increase in the book purchase for the library. We will
continue our aggressive plan for street maintenance totaling $516,000 for street, sidewalk repair
and our seven-year plan for chip-sealing/sealcoating. This year’s capital plan includes $500,000
for the sanitary sewer trunk line extension south of Main Avenue to facilitate growth in this area.
Pending your adoption of a proposed assessment plan for this project, it will be repaid when
development occurs through a connection charge. In addition, we will continue our annual fund
set-aside program for fire truck replacement and railroad safety crossings. Finally, 2010
represents the last year of our capital commitment of $100,000 to the Boys and Girls Club.

The airport will again dominate our capital projects list. Having made a final decision on
location, the 2010 budget year will involve extensive engineering and design on the selected
alternative. This involves an update or development of the Airport Layout Plan (ALP), a
supplemental wildlife study assessment, and acquiring the necessary property.

The five-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) has also been updated as part of the budget
development process with the incorporation of 2010 items into this proposed budget, modifying
capital projects within the succeeding three years, and the addition of 2014. The CIP is not a
budget. It is a financial planning tool designed to identify expensive items over the span of a
multi-year period for which their financing can be properly anticipated and planned. Please refer
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Street development fund
As part of the capital improvement planning process, we currently have no means of financing
major upcoming arterial street systems. If we are to continue to properly plan and accommodate
growth in Brookings, we need to provide for extensions, upgrades, right-of-way acquisition, and
infrastructure improvements to arterial streets that service adjacent residential and commercial
development. Typically, such street systems are major streets that cannot be assessed to
developers. In the past, we have used our annual state funding allocation through the Statewide
Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) to fund these streets. However, with the financial
problems the State of South Dakota is experiencing, our municipal allocation will be woefully
inadequate to keep up with the demand for the needed street development in the coming years.
The criteria for such streets is that they be major or minor arterial streets in our master street
plan, and that they NOT be eligible for funding through developer costs or assessments. Future
STIP funding could be used to augment set-aside funds to pay for street development at the time
we need it. I am predicting we will need in excess of $7 million over the next ten years for such
projects.

I am proposing we annually deposit $750,000 to $1 million into a capital set-aside account from
the 75 percent second penny (public improvement) revenue stream specifically to pay for major
street development. This would be similar to our current practice of setting aside funds for fire
truck replacement and railroad safety crossings. The 2010 allocation to this fund is budgeted at
$1.3 million dollars. Examples of future street developments anticipated are:

West 20th Street South from Western Avenue to Main Avenue
This is currently County Road 16, built to rural standards, has no storm drainage and is only two
lanes. In the past several years, this has become a major arterial with the adjacent subdivisions
of Indian Hills, Esther Heights, Valley View, and a new subdivision expected to be added at the
corner of 20th and Main. This street will need to be upgraded to match 20th Street east of Main
Avenue with adequate lanes, curb and gutter, and a storm drainage system.

South Main Avenue from 20th Street South to 32nd Street
This is currently County Road 77, which is expected to see a significant increase in traffic due to
adjacent development. The Prairie Hills subdivision on the east as well as a new elementary
school, a pending development project on the west and future projects will greatly add to the
traffic on C.R. 77. It likewise needs to be upgraded to five lanes with storm drainage and curb
and gutter to match the Main Avenue configuration north of 20th Street.

The combined effect of the above two projects will likewise require the intersection of 20th Street
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East 20th Street South from 22nd Avenue to the Interstate
This will be a new street with an extension of 20th Street south of the golf course to join a new
overpass at I-29 and eventually meet with an upgrade of 34th Avenue. This section will likely be
required to be our local match as part of any federal funding for the 34th/20th improvement
project which is part of your strategic plan.

There are likely other street connections serving large areas and industrial parks in the future that
are not assessable but will need to be constructed to meet the needs of a growing community.

Outstanding indebtedness
The budget provides for annual debt service payments of previously-approved obligations. They
are as follows:

Project                Total O/S Debt obligation      Last year       Fund to finance
Aquatic Park           $ 308,000                      2011            75% 2nd penny
Swiftel/Library        $2,610,000                     2013            75% 2nd penny
Larson Ice Arena       $ 135,000                      2013            75% 2nd penny
Retail Incentive       $1,700,000                     2015            75% 2nd penny
Fire trucks            $ 790,725                      2015            25% 2nd penny
Ice Arena/PAC          $7,720,000                     2021            75% 2nd penny
Innovation Campus*     $1,190,000                     2025            TID #1
Sieler Add’n           $ 475,000                      2028            TID#4
Valley View Add’n      $ 535,000                      2028            TID#3
Storm drainage*        $3,720,738                     2031            Storm drainage fund

*These two projects are through the State DENR for infrastructure. Additional debt is
anticipated for the storm drainage master plan based on implementation of projects. TID #1 is
the first revenue stream to repay this loan. In the event available increment falls short of project
needs, 75% second penny will need to supplement as revenue. TIDs 3 and 4 are pass-through
debt ultimately owed by the developers.

Many projects on our Capital Improvement Plan anticipate the issuance of debt as a means of
financing them. They include the airport, additional storm drainage projects, resolving our space
needs especially for the police department, the pending Swiftel Center expansion, possibly a
south fire station, industrial land purchase and development, major street improvements, and
others. A major uncertainty is the financing plan for the Brookings Health System project.
While the project was initially intended to be phased over several years and financed chiefly with
reserves and revenue from operations, the question of issuing debt has not been totally dismissed.
Any hospital debt affects the City’s overall debt capacity.




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All of these items affect our bond credit rating which currently is A2. This is a very good credit
rating for a community of our size and we should make no financial or indebtedness decisions
that would jeopardize that rating. The result will be a tightening of credit for projects and an
increase in the interest rate cost of borrowing. Ideally, we could add new debt service as the old
debt is retired for better cash flow management. Pursuant to our ordinance, most debt will likely
be financed by the 75 percent second penny revenue stream.


Future Capital Projects
The coming year will see somewhat of a reduction in public construction projects over the past
few years. This is a welcome reprieve from the activity of this year highlighted by the
completion of the Main Avenue Downtown Streetscape Project. We have completed several
park improvement projects and the development of a new Park System Master Plan will
delineate the next generation of park improvement activities. The only park item expected to be
a carry-over into 2010 is the completion of the bike trail extension. This has been an extensive
project complicated by federal changes and delays by the state regarding the grants. We expect
the project to be bid and a significant amount of work done this year with completion next year.

The Nature Park comprises the conversion of the old landfill and will be another major project
for the coming year. While we are budgeting for some construction over the next two years, we
have significant planning and design work which will consume most of the year. In close
proximity to the Nature Park, the dog park is also being planned and we expect that to be a park
project next year as well. The development of the Nature Park will supplant the current firearms
training gun range which will need to be replaced.

The airport will also see significant work this coming year as we begin a $12-14 million
investment in one of the locations which will be determined by current years-end. Federal
funding will be the mainstay financing mechanism but it will be complicated due to pass-through
allocations and draw-down amounts associated with property acquisition, engineering and design
of the project.

The infrastructure installation and construction for the SDSU Innovation Campus Research Park
is expected to be 70 percent completed this year and finished in 2010. This provides for the
complete build-out of the research park.

Having completed the storm water master plan, we will continue with storm drainage
improvements pursuant to the priority determined by the City Council. Project #1 is the most
expensive and extensive and will take most of the year. Project #2 is quite small and will
overlap into next year while Project #3 is more significant and will require more resources.
Pursuant to your previous action, the budget does anticipate a rate increase for debt service for
these projects.



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In anticipation of a final decision on whether or not to undertake the Swiftel Center expansion,
the budget anticipates $300,000 in second penny funds to begin architectural work. I suggest
keeping this expenditure and any building associated with this project as a separate project fund
from the operations of the existing facility.

Finally, we have several, smaller capital street improvement projects slated for 2010. They are
as follows:
               LeFevre Drive          cul-de-sac
               3rd Street             mill and overlay 3rd Ave. to 5th Ave. (ex. Main Ave.)
               Railroad St.           replace concrete 1st Ave. to Western Ave.
               3rd Avenue             mill and overlay 2nd St. to 5th St
                  th
               34 Avenue              dig-outs/repair 6th St. to Bypass
               34th Avenue            dig-outs/repair 34th to landfill
                  th
               34 Avenue              re-construction, 6th St. to Price Dr. (STIP)
                th
               6 St./Hwy 14           Signalize intersections at ramp and 32nd
                                      (done by SDDOT)

A significant capital project requested by the Engineering Department that I deferred to future
years is $870,000 for the installation/connections of 7th Avenue South and 15th Street South.
These street connections are in our master street plan and should be done at some point to make
more private, adjacent property available for development. Of this total project cost, it would
require $240,000 from the General Fund because city-owned open space near Pheasant Run Park
would be assessable for a significant share of this project. In addition, one adjacent property
owner is not willing to dedicate the necessary right-of-way for this project at this time. What’s
more, the ability to service these with utilities is problematic and cannot be easily serviced with
the necessary utilities by BMU until the right-of-way is dedicated. Finally, this project has never
been on the five-year CIP. For these reasons, I deferred consideration of the project but it does
appear in the 5-year CIP.

Finally, a significant capital improvement is our need to identify and secure ownership of
suitable land for re-sale or as a means of incentivizing commercial and industrial development.
The City currently owns commercial/industrial acreage in the Svennes Industrial Park, Weise
Business Park, and two small lots in the Tellkamp Industrial Park. In addition, we have
identified the former DOT maintenance facility as one such site and have set aside approximately
$2 million for its purchase if and when the seller is ready. The coming year could see another
opportunity to purchase property. Most business expansion and re-location efforts require
“shovel-ready” lots for their businesses to grow. To position ourselves to take advantage of job
creation opportunities, we must have a strong inventory of lots ready to accommodate the
demand for buildable lots. We need to remain vigilant to ideal parcels that become available and
be ready to purchase them to meet this important economic development goal.



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Enterprise Fund Operations
Enterprise fund activity is expected to see little change for the coming budget year. The Solid
Waste divisions of collection and disposal will operate as they have with a general fund transfer
from the disposal division of $440,000, the same as the current year. The Municipal Liquor
Store has experienced increased sales although sales in wine have been affected by the retail
wine license awarded to Hy-Vee. The override from such wine sales has not been sufficient to
make up for the retail loss in wines. We are implementing marketing measures to compensate
for this loss. The transfer from the combined operation at the liquor store of retail sales and
override is slated for $500,000, up from $420,000 this year.

The Research and Technology Center had been performing well until we received notice of a
loss of one business, TJ Technologies, which has moved to Watertown for their expansion. In
addition, another tenant was slated to move at the end of the lease but will stay for a few extra
months until their new facility is ready. This gives us some time to find a replacement tenant.
For both the current and one pending vacancy, we are advertising for new tenants for the space.
The 2009 budget contained capital improvements of $34,000 for modifications to the HVAC
external systems. I have delayed this expenditure due to the reduced revenue stream resulting
from the vacancies. The R & T Center has been providing a transfer of $145,000 to the general
fund to help subsidize other City operations but the transfer is now slated for $75,000 in 2010.

Edgebrook Golf Course was established as an enterprise fund last year primarily for purposes of
having a stand-alone budget that was not comingled with the parks budget. This was an
important first-step to monitoring the finances of this entity and achieving our long-term goal of
self-sufficiency. Despite the poor weather at the start of the 2009 golf season, rounds and
memberships have increased; a reflection of our strategic improvements to the course and its
operations. Obviously, weather has a significant impact on the financial performance of this
operation. In 2008, the general fund subsidy net of capital improvements for Edgebrook was
$180,000; in 2009 it is expected to finish at $147,000; and in 2010, it is budgeted at $120,400.
As you can see, we are definitely headed in the right direction. We did miss our goal of having
some play available for the new executive course; our resources were consumed by other
projects. The only significant capital improvement to the golf course envisioned in 2010 is the
automation of the irrigation system on the front nine at $170,000. Future improvements include
additional concrete cart paths and re-building several of the sand bunkers.


Subsidy Requests
We received the usual number of requests for subsidies for the coming year. Because of the
extreme challenges in matching revenues with expenditures, and the continued deferment of
many necessary capital improvements, I am recommending we hold existing subsidies to the



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current 2009 level and reject any increases and new requests. I found no case to be made for
new or expanded subsidy requests that carried a higher priority than the expenditures we have
deferred as a result of the economic recession, with the exception of the Visitor Promotion Board
(VPB).

The VPB receives a BBB allocation of $225,000 pursuant to a three-year agreement which
expires June, 2010. The VPB requested an increase of $25,000. The sole role of the VPB is to
provide funding as leverage to events, promoters, and organizations that increase visitor
spending, thus growing the BBB revenue stream. In making their request, the VPB
quantitatively demonstrated they can have even more impact and further increase visitor
spending with an additional annual allocation of $25,000. They also hypothesized that additional
funding beyond an additional $25,000 would be counter-productive because the community does
not have enough hotel rooms to service the additional events, so any amount beyond an
additional $25,000 would amount to “negative leverage.” Because of the expiration date being
mid-year, and in light of the quantitative analysis they conducted, I am recommending an
increase in the VPB of $12,500 for the second half of the year which provides for their requested
increase while still adhering to the existing agreement.

Most notably, we received two significant requests from SDSU. They are $1 million dollars for
a McCrory Gardens Visitor Center and $11.8 million for an addition to the Performing Arts
Center. While these are truly wonderful projects for the community and the university, I cannot
recommend they be funded by the City for a wide variety of reasons. Most importantly, we
simply cannot afford them without canceling several other vital projects from our capital
improvement program. The City has clearly demonstrated a willing partnership with $6 million
for the initial PAC (debt service continues until 2021), $500,000 for the Wellness Center, and
$3.8 million for the SDSU Innovation Campus infrastructure. I believe we have much higher
priority capital projects in the years ahead that will yield a much higher investment return for us.


Performance Measurement and Management
An inherent part of the budget development process is the imposition of performance
measurement standards. Each department head undertook this exercise as a means of developing
and justifying budgetary requests. With the current recession, it is more important than ever that
we invoke the practice of performance measurement. As I said in last year’s Budget Message,
“What gets measured, gets done!” That mantra is truer now than a year ago. Performance
measurement is a difficult and complex process, and I am not yet satisfied that we have fully
mastered it’s principles in our budgetary or service-delivery programs. It remains a work in
progress.

Still, performance measurement is an incremental process; an attitude as much a practice. It is
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the two requiring a long-term commitment of resources and perseverance to be successful. We
will continue to work on this issue with the goal of achieving as much efficiency and
effectiveness as possible.

Conclusion
The proposed budget for 2010 reflects the realities of the economic recession facing all of us.
Fortunately, the strength and diversity of our community helps buffer us from the calamitous
situations facing states and cities across the country. While none of us can speculate how long
the recession will continue, or how the impacts of a recovery will affect us, we must continue to
be conservative in our projections for both revenues and expenditures while still being
committed to our basic core services, remain optimistic, and continue planning for a prosperous
future.

In an economic recession, discretionary spending is among the first cut-back measures by
consumers. This affects sales tax revenue which is our most significant revenue stream. For past
years, we have budgeted conservative revenue while experiencing actual revenue substantially
surpassing our budgeted estimates. During 2009, we are experiencing a change from previous
years. While actual sales tax revenue has met or slightly exceeded our budget, we expect that
trend to continue through 2010 and this budget reflects that new economic reality. We do not
expect to see actual revenues significantly surpassing our revenue estimates.

For the most part, this budget provides for a “maintenance mode” in light of “flat lined” revenues
and we are responding with primarily “flat lined” expenditures. We are not providing for any
new “stretch” initiatives with the exception of a modest appropriation for an employee health and
wellness provision, only because the resources will not be available to finance them. The only
staffing increases are for Forestry and Police; a direct response to further protecting a growing
community.

Still, I believe this is a responsible budget and provides for the basic core services our
constituents expect. At the same time, I believe it furthers our goal of continually striving for
excellence in public service while fashioning ourselves as a progressive and entrepreneurial
community. We should be satisfied with nothing less in our public stewardship.

I would like to thank you, the Mayor and Council Members, for your leadership on all issues
policy and fiscal for the City of Brookings. Clearly, tough decisions about priorities have been
the dominant theme of this budget and will continue into the future. I would also like to thank
the Department Heads and all city staff for their service to the City. The budget development
process was particularly challenging this year and the dedication, expertise, and pragmatic
approach by the Department Heads toward their respective budgets is a hallmark of community
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                                                              FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                               City Clerk & City Manager
403
Project Description                                    2010             2011                2012           2013               2014            Funding Source
 Office Equipment & Software
City Clerk-Website                                 $      5,000    $            5,000   $     5,000    $          5,000   $      5,000 General Fund
City Clerk-Computer/Equipment                      $          -    $            6,000   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000 General Fund
City Clerk-Records Storage & Software Upgrades     $          -    $           15,000                                                  General Fund
Council/Clerk-Equipment/Granicus                   $     11,000                                                                        Third B/Promotional
Council/Clerk-Televised eqpt replacement/repairs   $      5,000    $            5,000   $     5,000    $       9,000      $     38,000 Third B/Promotional
Total Clerk/Council Equipment & Software           $     21,000    $           31,000   $    13,000    $      17,000      $      8,000
City Manager
City Manager-Computer                                              $            2,000                  $          2,000                  General Fund
Total City Manager Equipment & Software            $           -   $            2,000   $          -   $          2,000   $          -

Budgeted as Operating Expense
Council/Clerk-Video Project                        $     30,000    $           10,000   $    20,000    $      10,000                     Third B/Promotional




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                   Human Resources
414
Project Description                     2010           2011                2012          2013               2014          Funding Source
 Office Equipment & Software
HR-Software Lease                   $      5,000   $           5,000   $     5,000   $          5,000   $      5,000 General Fund
HR-Computer                         $          -   $           5,050   $     2,525   $          2,525   $      2,525 General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software   $      5,000   $          10,050   $     7,525   $          7,525   $      7,525




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                                                     FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                  Finance/Information Technologies
415
Project Description                             2010           2011                2012           2013           2014            Funding Source
 Office Equipment & Software
Finance-Software Lease                      $     25,000   $           3,900                                                General Fund
Finance-Computer                                                               $     2,000                                  General Fund
Total Finance Equipment & Software          $     25,000   $           3,900   $     2,000    $          -   $          -
Laserfiche Upgrade Software                 $      5,000                                                                    General Fund
Finance/Version 7 upgrade/Financial Suite   $     25,000                                                                    General Fund
Capital less than $5,000 DH                 $      1,000                                                                    General Fund
Capital less than $5,000 GM                 $      1,000                                                                    General Fund
Capital less than $5,000 3 computers        $      3,000                                                                    General Fund
Pictometry $52,000                          $      8,667                                                                    General Fund
Server-City Hall                                                                     $6,000                                 General Fund
Server-Finance                                                                       $6,000                                 General Fund
Sonic Wall E-mail Security City Hall & PD                             $2,000                                                General Fund
Sonic Wall for City Hall & remote offices                             $8,000                                                General Fund
Information Technologies-Computer                                                                                           General Fund
Information Technologies-Computer           $      5,500                                                                    General Fund
Total Information Technologies              $     49,167   $          10,000   $    12,000    $          -   $          -
Total Office Equipment & Software           $     74,167   $          13,900   $    14,000    $          -   $          -




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                                                                   FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                  General Government Buildings
417
Project Description                                        2010              2011                2012           2013               2014          Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
ADA Access to PD/City Hall in front of building        $     75,000                                                                         General Fund
Miscellaneous Repairs                                  $     10,000      $          10,000   $    10,000    $      10,000      $     10,000 General Fund
Restroom Remodel                                                                                            $      30,000                   General Fund
Fire Dept: East Station Concrete & Front Door                            $           4,500                                                  General Fund
Fire Dept: 22nd Ave S station lighting                                   $           6,500                                                  General Fund
Fire Dept: Modify South station to training facility                     $          30,000                                                  General Fund
Total Facilities and Parks                             $     85,000      $          51,000   $    10,000    $      40,000      $     10,000
 Office Equipment & Software
Copier Lease/City Hall                                 $      3,000      $           3,000   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000 General Fund

Total Office Equipment & Software                      $      3,000      $           3,000   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000
Other


Total Other                                                          0                   0 $            -   $              -   $           -

Total Capital                                                 88,000                54,000         13,000          43,000             13,000




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                                                        FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                   Community Development/Industrial Parks
418
Project Description                                 2010           2011               2012           2013               2014             Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Community Development-Replace Crown Victoria   $      15,000                                                        $     15,000 General Fund
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment               $      15,000   $              -   $          -   $              -   $     15,000
 Streets/Sidewalks

Total Streets/Sidewalks                        $           -   $              -   $          -   $              -   $          -
Office Equipment & Software
ArcView (GIS software)                         $       1,500                                                                     General Fund
Computer Upgrades                                              $          6,400   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000 General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software              $       1,500   $          6,400   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000
Total Office Equipment & Software              $       1,500   $          6,400   $     3,000    $          3,000   $      3,000
 Other Capital
Rental House - shingles                        $       6,000                                                                       General Fund
Total Other Capital                            $       6,000   $              -   $          -   $              -   $          -

 Industrial Parks
Industrial Park-Land
25th Avenue/10th Street TIF project                            $       700,000                                                     TIF
Total Industrial Park                          $           -   $       700,000 $             -   $              -   $          -
Total Industrial Park                          $           -   $       700,000 $             -   $              -   $          -




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                       Engineer
419
Project Description                     2010               2011                 2012               2013                 2014           Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks

Total Facilities and Parks          $              -   $                -   $              -   $                -   $              -
 Office Equipment & Software
Replace Expedition with used car                       $          8,000                                                          General Fund
Computer Upgrades                                      $          4,000     $     2,000        $          2,000     $      2,000 General Fund

Total Office Equipment & Software   $              -   $          4,000     $     2,000        $          2,000     $      2,000
Other


Total Other                         $          -       $            -       $          -       $            -       $          -

Total Capital                       $          -       $          4,000     $     2,000        $          2,000     $      2,000




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                                                                           FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                                    Police
421
Project Description                                                 2010               2011                2012           2013              2014             Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Police Department Vehicles                                      $     53,000   $           80,000      $    75,000    $      55,000 $         55,000 25% Sales & Use Tax
Police Vehicle Equipment (Radio, Cages, Lights, Installation)   $      8,000   $           12,000      $    12,500    $       9,000 $          9,000 25% Sales & Use Tax
PD-In-car Video Systems (purchase and installation)             $      4,000   $            8,000      $     8,000    $       8,000 $          8,000 25% Sales & Use Tax
Three quarter cages w/ weapon mounts                            $      2,700   $            2,700                                                    25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Motor Vehicles & Vehicle Equip                            $     67,700   $          102,700      $    95,500    $      72,000 $         72,000
 Furniture & Equipment
Equipment                                                                     $                6,000                                                   General Fund
Total Furniture & Equipment                                     $           - $                6,000 $            -   $             -   $          -
 Other Capital
PD-Gas Mask                                                     $      2,800                                                           $           -   25% Sales & Use Tax
PD-Flashlights                                                  $      1,704 $                 6,000   $     6,000    $          6,000 $      20,000   25% Sales & Use Tax
PD-Portable Radios                                              $      1,400                                                           $           -   25% Sales & Use Tax
PD-Firearms-Tazors                                              $      5,540                                                           $           -   25% Sales & Use Tax
PD-Vest                                                         $      5,966 $                 6,000   $     6,000    $          6,000 $      20,000   25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Other Capital                                             $     17,410 $                 6,000   $     6,000    $          6,000 $      20,000
 Facilities and Parks
Police Depart- Moving Firearms Range from old Landfill                        $               20,000   $    20,000                                     25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Police Department Facilities                              $           - $               20,000   $    20,000    $             -   $          -
 Office Equipment & Software
PD-Computer                                                     $           - $                5,400 $       2,700    $          2,700 $       2,700 General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software                               $           - $                5,400 $       2,700    $          2,700 $       2,700

                                                                                   Animal Control
 Facilities
Joint Animal Control & Humane Society Bldg                                    $           100,000 $        100,000                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Total Animal Control Facilities                                 $           - $           100,000 $        100,000    $             -   $          -
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Animal Control Vehicles                                                       $               26,500                                                   General Fund
Total Motor Vehicles & Vehicle Equip                            $           - $               26,500 $            -   $             -   $          -

                                                                                       E-911
 Office Equipment & Software
Server for Dispatch                                             $     17,100                                                                         E-911
Software-Bullberry                                              $      9,300                                                                         E-911
Software-Justice Lite                                           $     26,250                                                                         E-911
Software-Pictometry                                             $      8,667                                                                         E-911
Zetron Computers                                                                                                                      $       50,000 E-911
Narrow Band                                                                                                                       ???                E-911
Total Office Equipment & Software                               $     61,317 $                     - $            -   $             - $       50,000




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                                                             FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                  Fire Department
422
Project Description                                   2010            2011                2012           2013               2014            Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Fire Dept-4 Fire Trucks-Lease Payment-2015        $    158,145    $      158,145      $   158,145    $     158,145      $    158,145 25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Truck Replacement - Engine 4 & 5        $    400,000                                                                       25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Truck Replacement - Truck 2                                                                $     625,000                   25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Truck Replacement - Engine 1                                                                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept- 6F1 Command Vehicle Replacement                                                           $      60,000                   25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-6F2 Command Vehicle Replacement                         $          55,000                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Safety House Truck                                      $          30,000                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Safety House                                            $          75,000                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-USAR Rescue Gear                        $     25,000                                                                       25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-SCBA Upgrade                                                                $   110,000                                    25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment                  $    583,145    $      318,145      $   268,145    $     843,145      $    158,145
 Facilities and Parks
Fire Dept-East Station Roof & Soffit                                                                                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-East Station Overhead Doors & Openers                                                                                      25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-East Station Concrete & Front Door      $           -   $           4,500                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-22nd & South Station Lighting           $           -   $           6,500                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire-Modify South Station to Training Facility                    $          30,000                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Fire-New South Station-2017 $550,000                                                                                    $    550,000 75% Sales & Use Tax
Fire Dept-Overhead Doors                                                                                                             General Fund
GGB-City Hall Roof over Fire Dept                                                                                                    General Fund
Total Facilities and Parks                        $           -   $          41,000   $          -   $              -   $    550,000
 Office Equipment & Software
Fire Dept-Computer                                $           -   $           8,000   $     8,000    $          8,000                  General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software                 $           -   $           8,000   $     8,000    $          8,000   $          -




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                                                                             FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                                 Street Department
431
Project Description                                                   2010            2011                2012           2013            2014          Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Street-Motor Grader Leases                                        $     37,419    $       37,419      $    37,419    $      53,086                25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Motor Grader - New (94)                                                    $      210,000                                                  25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Truck-Tandem-Chassis & Box (85, 92)                                        $      124,000                     $     125,000                General Fund
Street-Sweeper (99, 04)                                                                               $   150,000                    $    150,000 25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Pickup Replacements (87, 89, 90)                                                               $    25,000    $      15,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Roller-Rubber Tire (87)                                                    $          58,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Roller-Steel Face (94)                                                     $          45,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Sander (87, 97)                                                            $          19,000                  $      20,000                General Fund
Street-Skid Steer (90, 94)                                                                                           $      24,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Snow Blower (90)                                                           $          90,000                                  $    100,000 General Fund
Street-Snow Plow & Plow Hitch (92)                                                $          10,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Air Compressor (94)                                                        $          14,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Paint Striper-Drive (87)                                                                       $    40,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Street-Paint Striper-Push (90)                                                                        $     6,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment                                  $     37,419    $      607,419      $   258,419    $     237,086   $    250,000
 Facilities and Parks
Replace Office Heating/Cooling System                             $           -   $               -   $     4,500    $           -   $          - 25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Facilities and Parks                                        $           -   $               -   $     4,500    $           -   $          -
 Streets & Railroad Traffic Signals
Street & Sidewalk Improvement- Digouts/Overlays                   $    516,000    $      420,000      $   400,000    $     300,000   $    150,000 75% Sales & Use Tax
ADA Ramps for transition plan for entire City                     $     20,000    $       40,000      $    40,000    $      40,000   $     40,000 General Fund
Sidewalk & Curb ramp along City Pop on 12th st S/Pheasant Ru $          10,000                                                                    General Fund
Sidewalk & railing along City Property on 15th St S East of Willow$     16,500                                                                    General Fund
Railroad Traffic Signal                                                                                              $   1,350,000                75% Sales & Use Tax

Total Street and Railroad Improvements                           $     562,500    $      460,000      $   440,000    $   1,690,000   $    190,000
Total Street & Railroad Improvements                             $     562,500    $      460,000      $   440,000    $   1,690,000   $    190,000
 Office Equipment & Software
Street-Computer                                                                   $           3,000                                  $      3,000 General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software                                $            -   $           3,000   $          -   $           -   $      3,000

Budgeted as Operating Expense
Chip Sealing/7yr Rotation                                        $     205,000    $      220,000      $   235,500    $     250,000   $    250,000 25% Sales & Use Tax




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                                                             FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                 Parks Department
452
Project Description                                   2010            2011                2012           2013            2014            Funding Source
  Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Playground equipment replacement                  $     15,000    $          15,000   $    15,000    $      15,000   $          - General fund
Picnic Table replacement(15 tables)               $     10,000                                                                    General fund
Playground equipment Middle School                                $          25,000                                               General fund
Mower Replacement                                                 $          28,000   $    31,000    $      31,500   $     32,000 General fund
Replace 1992 Turf Sweeper w/used                                  $          10,000                                               General fund
Skid steer loader                                                 $          30,000                                               General fund
Light duty utility vehicle for streetscape                        $           7,000                                               General fund
1/2 ton pickup replacement of 1982 GM 1/2 ton                     $          10,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1986 Chevy 2 ton bump truck with used                     $          20,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
New 1/2 ton pickup 4WD replace 98 Dodge                           $          25,000                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
New 45HP tractor, replace 1970 Ford 4000                                              $    30,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
New compact tractor/replace 1995 JD                                                   $    20,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Reel mower replacement 2001 National                                                                 $      15,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1970's Zamboni                                                                                               $     65,000 Possible BISA loan
Replace 1970's Ford 4000 45HP tractor                                                                $      30,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment                  $     25,000    $      170,000      $    96,000    $      91,500   $     97,000
  Facilities and Parks
Bob Shelden Field upgrades                                        $      200,000                                                    25% Sales & Use Tax
Mickelson Middle School baseball field lighting                                       $   190,000                                   25% Sales & Use Tax
Southbrook nature Park                            $     50,000    $          50,000   $    50,000    $      50,000                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Street & Sidewalk Improvements                    $     15,000    $          15,000   $    15,000    $      15,000                  General Fund
Irrigate West Medary multi-purpose fields                         $          55,000                                                 General Fund
2 additional adult lighted fields at Southbrook                                       $   175,000                                   75% Sales & Use Tax
Concrete floor & turf mat in Larsons (indoor      $    125,000                                                                      75% Sales & Use Tax
 soccer, baseball)
Total Facilities and Parks                        $    190,000    $      320,000      $   430,000    $      65,000   $          -
  Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software                 $           -   $               -   $          -   $           -   $          -




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                                                            FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                               Forestry Department
454
Project Description                                  2010            2011                2012           2013            2014            Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Replace 1991 Ford 2T w/chipper box insert                        $          22,000   $         -    $           -   $          - 25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1984 Dodge 1/2 ton pickup with used                                          $    11,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1992 stump cutter with trade in                                                             $      32,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1997 aerial bucket truck with trade in                                                                                   25% Sales & Use Tax

Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment                 $           -   $          22,000   $    11,000    $      32,000   $          -
 Facilities and Parks
Forestry Shop Addition 36X64                                     $          50,000                                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Facilities and Parks                       $           -   $          50,000   $          -   $           -   $          -
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software                $           -   $               -   $          -   $           -   $          -




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                                                       Library
455
Project Description                     2010            2011                 2012           2013               2014             Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks


Total Library Facilities            $           -   $            -       $          -   $              -   $           -
Total Facilities and Parks          $           -   $                -   $          -   $              -   $           -
 Office Equipment & Software
Library-Computer                    $      5,500    $          7,000     $     7,000    $          7,000   $      7,000 General Fund
Library-Printer                     $      1,500                                                                        General Fund
Library-Microfilm Reader/Printer                                         $     9,000                                    General Fund
Library-Outside Book Drop                                                                                  $      4,000 General Fund
Total Office Equipment & Software   $      7,000    $          7,000     $    16,000    $          7,000   $     11,000
Other
Adult Reading Level Books                  54,000           61,200       $    64,300    $      67,500      $     70,900    General Fund
Children Reading Level Books               16,450           19,000       $    20,000    $      21,000      $     22,100    General Fund
Audio/Visual Material                      20,000           23,000       $    25,000    $      26,500      $     28,000    General Fund
Periodicals/Subscriptions                   8,300            8,400       $     8,500    $       8,600      $      8,600    General Fund
Large Print Books                           6,400            8,000       $     8,500    $       9,000      $      9,500    General Fund
Young Adult Reading Level Book              8,000            9,600       $    10,100    $      10,600      $     11,200    General Fund
Total Other                               113,150          129,200       $   136,400    $     143,200      $    150,300

Total Capital                             120,150          136,200            152,400         150,200            161,300




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                                          FIVE YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                                                    SWIFTEL CENTER
F 224
Project Description                        2010            2011             2012              2013             2014           Funding Source
Building and Structures
ADA Accessible Seating**                                                                                                 75% Sales & Use Tax
Arena Lighting Upgrade-Phase II       $   220,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Arena Return Air Duct                 $    15,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Banquet Room Lighting System                                            $   10,000.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Carpeting                                              $    35,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Catwalk to OH Door**                                                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Concrete Loading Area                                                   $   25,000.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Entrance Sidewalk                                                       $   15,000.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Holding Barn Block Overhead Doors**                                                                                      75% Sales & Use Tax
Holding Barn Concrete**                                                                                                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Holding Barn Restrooms**                                                                                                 75% Sales & Use Tax
Hoop Buildings                                         $    50,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Lawn Irrigation-Phase II                                                                                   $   20,000.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Lobby Vestibule**                                                                                                        75% Sales & Use Tax
Northeast Driveway                                     $    30,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Parking Lot Lights**                                                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Swiftel Center Expansion*                                                               $   7,000,000.00                 75% Sales & Use Tax
Tile Lobby/Concourse                                                    $   73,500.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Architectural Design Fees             $   300,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Total Buildings & Structures          $   535,000.00   $   115,000.00   $ 123,500.00    $   7,000,000.00   $   20,000.00
Equipment
A/V Equipment                         $    10,000.00                    $    5,000.00   $      5,000.00                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Automated Listening Device                                              $    7,500.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Banquet Chairs                                                                          $     30,000.00                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Computer Upgrades                     $     5,000.00   $     5,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Crowd Control Equipment                                $     5,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Dance Floor                                            $     7,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Emergency Generator**                                                                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Food and Beverage Equipment           $    10,000.00                                    $     20,000.00                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Horse Stalls                          $     6,000.00   $     6,000.00   $    6,000.00                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Lull                                                                                                       $   25,000.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Pick Up                                                                                                    $   15,000.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Planters-Bollards                     $     5,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Equipment Continued
Portable Radios                                        $     5,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Recycling Receptacles                 $    10,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Scissor Lift                                                                                               $   30,000.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Scrubber-Rider                                         $    20,000.00                                                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Skid steer Sweeper                                                                                         $    7,500.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Spotlights                            $    40,000.00                                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Stage Barricade                                                                         $     20,000.00                  75% Sales & Use Tax



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Stage Railings                                                 $    15,000.00                                                                          75% Sales & Use Tax
Tractor                                                                          $         10,000.00                                                   75% Sales & Use Tax
Trade Show Equipment                                                                                   $ 10,000.00                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Utility Kart - Cushman                                                                                                                  $     6,000.00 75% Sales & Use Tax
Web Site - Computer Upgrade                                                                                                                            75% Sales & Use Tax
Total Equipment                                                $   101,000.00 $            58,000.00 $ 28,500.00     $     75,000.00    $    83,500.00
Maintenance
Back-Up Batteries Replacement                                                    $         15,000.00                                                     75% Sales & Use Tax
Concrete Sealing                                                                                                                                         75% Sales & Use Tax
HVAC Automation-Barn**                                                                                                                                   75% Sales & Use Tax
HVAC Automation-SC                                             $    14,000.00                                                                            75% Sales & Use Tax
Roof Repairs                                                                                                         $      20,000.00                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Water Heaters                                                                                                        $      10,000.00                    75% Sales & Use Tax
Total Maintenance                                              $    14,000.00 $            15,000.00 $         -     $      30,000.00   $          -     75% Sales & Use Tax
Total Capital Outlay                                           $   650,000.00 $           188,000.00 $ 152,000.00    $   7,105,000.00   $   103,500.00
*NOTE: Storage addition and parking lots were taken out of CIP and would be included in the expansion project.
**NOTE: We are getting estimates for these items.




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                                                                 FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                                    Special Assessment
F 280
Project Description                                       2010            2011              2012           2013            2014          Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
Sidewalks                                             $     10,000    $       10,000    $    10,000    $      10,000   $     10,000 Special Assessments
Alleys (unknown until requested)                      $    100,000    $      100,000    $   100,000    $     100,000   $    100,000 Special Assessments
S Main Ave Sewer Line Extension                       $    500,000                                                                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Streets (15th St S/7th Ave S )                                        $      870,000                                                75% Sales & Use Tax
Special Assessment projects (unknown until request)                   $      120,000    $   120,000    $     120,000   $    120,000 Special Assessments
Total Facilities and Parks                            $    610,000    $    1,100,000    $   230,000    $     230,000   $    230,000
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software                     $           -   $            -    $          -   $           -   $           -
Other

Total Other                                                       0                0 $             -   $           -   $           -

Total Capital                                               610,000         1,100,000        230,000         230,000         230,000




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                    Storm Drainage
F 282
Project Description                     2010               2011               2012               2013               2014           Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
Begin Projects I & II               $   1,000,000      $    2,745,738                                                        Storm Drainage & SRF
Storm Drainage Maintenance                             $       60,000     $      65,000      $      65,000      $     65,000 Storm Drainage Funds
Project 4                                                                 $   1,000,000                                      Storm Drainage & SRF
Project 5                                                                                    $   1,129,641                   Storm Drainage & SRF
Project 6/7                                                                                                     $    117,819 Storm Drainage & SRF
Total Facilities and Parks          $   1,000,000      $    2,805,738     $   1,065,000      $   1,194,641      $    182,819
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software   $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -
Other

Total Other                         $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -

Total Capital                           1,000,000            2,805,738        1,065,000           1,194,641           182,819




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                               TIF 1 Innovation Campus
F 514
Project Description                     2010               2011               2012               2013               2014                Funding Source
  Facilities and Parks
Innovative Campus                   $     694,000                                                                                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Innovative Campus                   $   2,000,000                                                                                  General Fund Reserves
Total Facilities and Parks          $   2,694,000      $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -
  Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software   $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -
Other

Total Other                         $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -

Total Capital                       $   2,694,000      $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                      Bike Trail
F 550
Project Description                     2010            2011            2012           2013           2014            Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
Bike Trail Improvements             $    101,000                                                                 75% Sales & Use Tax
Bike Trail Improvements             $    424,000                                                                 Grant Funds
Total Facilities and Parks          $    525,000    $          -   $           -   $          -   $          -
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software   $           -   $          -   $           -   $          -   $          -
Other

Total Other                                     0              0 $             -   $          -   $          -

Total Capital                             525,000              0               0              0              0




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                                               FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                   Liquor Department
F 601
Project Description                     2010            2011               2012           2013           2014            Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Security System                     $     10,000                                                                    Liquor
AED                                 $      1,000                                                                    Liquor
Drinking Fountain                   $      1,000                                                                    Liquor
Fire Enunciator                     $        500                                                                    Liquor
Shelving                                            $          5,000                                                Liquor
Shopping Carts                                                         $     1,000                                  Liquor

Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment    $     12,500    $          5,000   $     1,000    $          -   $          -
 Facilities and Parks

Total Facilities and Parks          $           -   $              -   $          -   $          -   $          -
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software   $           -   $              -   $          -   $          -   $          -




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                                                  FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                          Airport
F 606
Project Description                        2010           2011             2012           2013               2014                Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
New 30'X30' shed for SRE               $     80,000                                                                    Airport Funds
Wildlife Assessment                    $     44,880                                                                    Airport Funds
Airport Runway Improvements            $     40,000   $       41,200   $    42,436    $      43,709      $      45,020 Airport Funds
Airport Replacement & Engineering      $    250,000   $      500,000   $   400,000                       $   2,000,000 Airport Funds/Fed Grant
Airport Improvement's Grant Match                                                     $   12,000,000                   Airport Funds/Fed Grant
Total Facilities and Parks             $    414,880   $      541,200   $   442,436    $   12,043,709     $   2,045,020
 Office Equipment & Software
Airport tractor lease                  $     36,931   $       36,931   $     3,077                                          Airport Funds
New payloader to replace 1998 loader                  $      130,000                                                        Airport Funds

Total Office Equipment & Software      $     36,931   $      166,931   $     3,077    $              -   $              -
Other


Total Other                            $          -   $          -     $          -   $          -       $          -

Total Capital                          $    451,811   $      708,131   $   445,513    $   12,043,709     $   2,045,020




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                                                            Golf Department
F 607
Project Description                             2010            2011                2012           2013            2014            Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Mower lease payment                         $     32,962    $          38,213   $    38,213    $      38,213                Edgebrook
Golf Cart lease                             $     24,500    $          24,500   $    24,500    $      24,500                Edgebrook
Rotary 60" turn mower replacement                           $           9,000                                               Edgebrook
Sand trap rake replacement                                                      $    10,000                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1989 Chevy S-10 compact pickup                      $           9,500                                               25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1996 Turf Truckster Heavy Duty UV                                                      $      17,000                25% Sales & Use Tax
Replace 1994 rough mower                                                                                       $     85,000 25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment            $     57,462    $          81,213   $    72,713    $      79,713   $     85,000
 Facilities and Parks
Automated irrigation front (old) nine       $    170,000                                                                      75% Sales & Use Tax
Additional 2,500 L.F. cart path                             $          45,000                                                 25% Sales & Use Tax
Rebuild #4 & #8 greens @$30,000 ?                                                                                             25% Sales & Use Tax
Total Facilities and Parks                  $    170,000    $          45,000   $          -   $           -   $          -
 Office Equipment & Software

Total Office Equipment & Software           $           -   $               -   $          -   $           -   $          -




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                                                                    FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                            Solid Waste Collection/Solid Waste Disposal
F 612
Project Description                                           2010             2011             2012           2013            2014         Funding Source
 Motor Vehicles and Equipment
Solid Waste Collection-Replace 96 Ford w rear load      $       240,000                                                                 SWC Funds
Solid Waste Collection-Replace 02 automated truck                         $       265,000                                               SWC Funds
Solid Waste Collection-Replace 99 GMC w/rear load                                           $   250,000                                 SWC Funds
Solid Waste Collection-Replace 2000 6 yd truck                                                             $     140,000                SWC Funds
Solid Waste Collection-Replace 06 automated truck                                                                          $    285,000 SWC Funds
Total SWC Motor Vehicles & Equipment                    $       240,000   $       265,000   $   250,000    $     140,000   $    285,000

Solid Waste Disposal-Replace Al-Jon Compactor           $       650,000                                                                 SWD Funds
SWD-Replace 98 Trommel Screen 20%                       $        50,000                                                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 06 Crawler/loader                            $       700,000                                               SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace JD 10 foot Mower                                               $    20,000                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace Water Truck                                                    $   100,000                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 644 Loader                                                     $   300,000                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Ingersoll Rand Compressor                                              $    30,000                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 57 Farmall 300             $        40,000                                                                 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace Case 1070 Tractor                                                             $      75,000                SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 2003 Gravel Truck                                                             $     200,000                SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 2009 Rubber Tired loader                                                                      $    300,000 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Replace 1996 140 Blade                                                                                $    350,000 SWD Funds
Solid Waste Disposal-Pumps, Misc less than$5,000                $10,000           $10,000       $10,000          $10,000        $10,000 SWD Funds
Total SWD Fund Motor Vehicles & Equipment               $       750,000   $       710,000   $   460,000    $     285,000   $    660,000
Total Motor Vehicles & Equipment                        $       990,000   $       975,000   $   710,000    $     425,000   $    945,000
 Facilities and Parks
Total Facilities
 Trenches
SWD-Trench 3 West                                                         $       200,000   $   200,000    $     200,000   $    250,000 SWD Funds
SWD-Trench 4 East                                       $       800,000                                                                 SWD Funds
Total Solid Waste Disposal Trenches/covers              $       800,000   $       200,000   $   200,000    $     200,000   $    250,000
Total Trenches                                          $       800,000   $       200,000   $   200,000    $     200,000   $    250,000
 Office Equipment & Software
SWD-Copier                                                                                                 $      10,000               SWD Funds
Total Office Equipment & Software                       $             -   $             -   $          -   $      10,000
Total Office Equipment & Software                       $             -   $             -   $          -   $      10,000




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                                                     FIVE YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                   Research & Technology Center
F 630
Project Description                         2010              2011                2012           2013               2014          Funding Source
 Facilities and Parks
Misc. Building Repairs & new canopies   $     34,000                                                                         R&T Center
Chip Seal Parking lot and paint                           $           7,000                                                  75% Sales & Use Tax
Misc. Building Repairs                                    $           5,000   $     5,000    $          5,000   $      5,000 R&T Center

Total Facilities and Parks              $     34,000      $          12,000   $     5,000    $          5,000   $      5,000
 Office Equipment & Software


Total Office Equipment & Software       $             -   $               -   $          -   $              -   $          -
Other


Total Other                                           0                   0 $            -   $              -   $          -

Total Capital                           $     34,000      $          12,000   $     5,000    $          5,000   $      5,000




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                                   2010 Budget
                                   5 year Capital Improvement Plan
                                   Street Improvements                         STREET
                                                                     LENGTH    WIDTH                             WORK
STREET                             FROM ..... TO .....                (FEET)   (FEET)                          REQUIRED                                   COST
           2009
MARTIN BOULEVARD                   WESTERN AVE TO WEST END            1000      26      Remove pavement, repair subgrade, new 3" pavement           $       80,000.00
5TH STREET                         3RD AVE TO MAIN                     800      55      Mill entire street width, 2" asphalt overlay                $       75,000.00
4TH STREET                         3RD AVE TO 5TH AVE, SKIP MAIN       800      52      Mill entire street width, 2" asphalt overlay                $       75,000.00

                                                                                                                                                    $     230,000.00

              2010
LeFevre Drive                        Culdesac                         633       30      remove asphalt, repair gravel, pave with concrete           $     160,000.00
3RD STREET                           3RD AVE TO 5TH AVE, SKIP MAIN    800       60      Mill entire street width, 2" asphalt overlay                $      96,000.00
Large digouts (34th Ave to landfill) Miscellaneous locations                            Repair digouts with new gravel and repair with asphalt      $      80,000.00
Railroad Street                      1st Ave S to Western Avenue                        5 year plan - replace concrete slabs                        $      50,000.00
3RD AVE SO                           2ND ST SO TO 5TH ST SO           1200      27      Repair digouts, Mill, 2" asphalt overlay                    $      80,000.00
34TH AVENUE DIGOUTS                  6TH STREET TO BYPASS             500       12      Repair digouts, and repair with 6" depth of asphalt         $      50,000.00

                                                                                                                                                    $     516,000.00

            2011
Brooklawn                          Medary to 8th Street So            800       26      Mill and 2" asphalt overlay                                 $      50,000.00
**Medary Avenue                    ORCHARD TO 8TH ST SO               2600      35      Mill entire street width, 2" asphalt overlay, striping      $     190,000.00
Large digouts (32nd Ave by Dak.)   Miscellaneous locations                              Repair digouts with new gravel and repair with asphalt      $      80,000.00
Railroad Street                    1st Ave S to Western Avenue                          5 year plan - replace concrete slabs                        $      50,000.00
Medary Ave S                       South of 20th St S                                   Repair digouts and replace with asphalt                     $      50,000.00

**We may be able to add to DOT STP Project                                                                                                          $     420,000.00

              2012
Large digouts                      Miscellaneous locations                              Repair digouts with new gravel and repair with asphalt      $     100,000.00
Railroad Street                    1st Ave S to Western Avenue                          5 year plan - replace concrete slabs                        $      50,000.00
**Medary Avenue                    NORTH CAMPUS DR TO NCL             4200      36      Mill and 2" asphalt overlay with striping                   $     250,000.00

**We may be able to add as a DOT STP Project                                                                                                        $     400,000.00

              2013
Main Avenue                        4TH ST S TO TRACKS                 1600      50      Mill, 2" aphalt overlay, striping                           $     150,000.00
Large digouts                      Miscellaneous locations                              Repair digouts with new gravel and repair with asphalt      $     100,000.00
Railroad Street                    1st Ave S to Western Avenue                          5 year plan - replace concrete slabs                        $      50,000.00

                                                                                                                                                    $     300,000.00

              2014
Large digouts                      Miscellaneous locations                              Repair digouts with new gravel and repair with asphalt      $     100,000.00
Railroad Street                    1st Ave S to Western Avenue                          5 year plan - replace concrete slabs                        $      50,000.00

                                                                                                                                                    $     150,000.00
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                                                                   For All Funds
                                                                                           Requested                City Manager Proposed
Mayor & Council                                                                               $        16,000                $          16,000
   3rd B                 Granicus Equipment                                       $    11,000                   $    11,000
   3rd B                 Televised Equipment Replacement                          $     5,000                   $      5,000

City Clerk                                                                                      $      15,000                  $         5,000
    GF                   Website                                                  $     7,000                   $     5,000
    GF                   Computers                                                $     3,000
    GF                   Storage & Software Upgrades                              $     5,000

Human Resources                                                                                 $       7,525                  $         5,000
  GF                     HR software leases/support                               $     5,000                   $     5,000
  GF                     Computer                                                 $     2,525

Finance                                                                                         $      25,000                  $        25,000
   GF                    Software lease/support                                   $    25,000                   $    25,000

Information Technology                                                                          $      50,567                  $        49,167
    GF                   IT-Computer                                              $     3,500                   $     5,500
    GF                   Pictometry                                               $     8,667                   $     8,667
    GF                   CC-Laserfiche Software Upgrade                           $     5,000                   $     5,000
    GF                   CD-Computer                                              $     3,400                   $     1,000
    GF                   Eng-Computer                                             $     2,000                   $     1,000
    GF                   Police Department                                        $     3,000                   $     3,000
    GF                   Finance Department-Software Upgrade                      $    25,000                   $    25,000

Government Buildings                                                                            $      99,000                  $        88,000
   GF                    ADA entrance                                                  75,000                         75,000
   GF                    Misc repairs                                                  10,000                         10,000
   GF                    FD East station concrete/door, S. Station lighting            11,000
   GF                    copier                                                         3,000                          3,000

Community Development                                                                           $      25,900                  $        22,500
  GF                     Replace Crown Vic from PD                                $    15,000                   $    15,000
  GF                     Arc View                                                 $     1,500                   $     1,500
  GF                     Computer Upgrades                                        $     3,400
  GF                     Rental-replace shingles                                  $     6,000                   $     6,000

Engineering                                                                                     $       2,000                  $           -
   GF                    computer upgrades                                        $     2,000




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                                                                 For All Funds
                                                                                                Requested                    City Manager Proposed
Police                                                                                             $           91,110                 $          85,110
   GF                  Equipment/Chairs & copier                                       $     6,000
   25% Second Penny    8 Tazors                                                        $     5,540 (2 yr program)        $     5,540   (2 yr program)
   25% Second Penny    24 Vests                                                        $     5,966 (2 yr program)        $     5,966   (2 yr program)
   25% Second Penny    30 Flashlights                                                  $     1,704 (2 yr program)        $     1,704   (2 yr program)
   25% Second Penny    PD-Gas Mask                                                     $     2,800                       $     2,800
   25% Second Penny    PD-Portable Radios                                              $     1,400                       $     1,400
   25% Second Penny    Police Department Vehicles                                      $    67,700                       $    67,700
   25% Second Penny    Police Vehicle Equipment (Radio, Cages, Lights, Installation)
   25% Second Penny    PD-In-car Video Systems (purchase and installation)
                       Three quarter cages w/ weapon mounts

Fire                                                                                                 $         891,145                 $         583,145
    GF                 Fire Dept-Computers/Tough Books                                 $     8,000
    25% Second Penny   Lease payments-Trucks                                           $   158,145                       $   158,145
    25% Second Penny   replace Eng 4 & 5                                               $   700,000
    25% Second Penny   replace Eng 4                                                                                     $   400,000
    25% Second Penny   USAR Rescue Gear                                                $    25,000   (2 yr program)      $    25,000   (2 yr program)

Street                                                                                               $       1,038,919                 $         804,919
    GF                 Street-Truck-Tandem-Chassis & Box (85, 92)                      $   124,000
    GF                 Street sander                                                   $    19,000
    GF                 Snow blower                                                     $    90,000
    GF                 ADA Ramps, Cityhall, 15th St S, 12th St S                       $    46,500                       $    46,500
    GF                 Computer                                                        $     1,000
  25% Second Penny     Motor grader - lease payments                                   $    37,419                       $    37,419
  75% Public Improve   Street & Sidewalk Improvement-Digouts & repair                  $   516,000                       $   516,000
  25% Second Penny     Chip Sealing/7yr Rotation/Operating                             $   205,000                       $   205,000

Recreation                                                                                           $         318,000                 $         318,000
  75% Public Improve   Swimming Pool Loan Payment                                      $   318,000                       $   318,000

Parks                                                                                                $         370,000                 $         215,000
   GF                  ADA playground equipment                                        $    15,000                       $    15,000
   GF                  Picnic Tables                                                   $    10,000                       $    10,000
   GF                  Playground Eqp Mickelson Middle School                          $    25,000
   GF                  Replace 12 foot mower                                           $    28,000
   GF                  Replace 92 Turf Sweeper with used                               $    10,000
   GF                  Skid Steer Loader                                               $    30,000
   GF                  Light Duty Vehicle for downtown                                 $     7,000
   GF                  Street & Sidewalk Improvements                                  $    15,000                       $    15,000
   GF                  Irrigate West Medary football/baseball fields                   $    55,000
  75% Public Improve   Nature Park                                                     $    50,000                       $    50,000
  75% Public Improve   Concrete Floor & turf mat Larson Ice Arena                      $   125,000                       $   125,000

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                                                                  For All Funds
                                                                                          Requested                  City Manager Proposed
Forestry                                                                                     $         52,500                 $                -
   GF                     Shop Addn                                              $    50,000
   GF                     Other Capital                                          $     2,500

Library                                                                                               $110,150                         $120,150
   GF                     Computers and printers                                       7,000                           7,000
   GF                     Adult Reading Level Books                                   54,000                          54,000
   GF                     Children Reading Level Books                                13,700                          16,450
   GF                     Audio/Visual Material                                       16,500                          20,000
   GF                     Periodicals/Subscriptions                                    8,300                           8,300
   GF                     Large Print Books                                            4,650                           6,400
   GF                     Young Adult Reading Level Book                               6,000                           8,000

E911                                                                                           $       61,317                  $        61,317
  E-911                   Server for Dispatch                                    $    17,100                     $    17,100
  E-911                   Software-Justice Lite                                  $    26,250                     $    26,250
  E-911                   Software-Bullberry                                     $     9,300                     $     9,300
  E-911                   Software-Pictometry                                    $     8,667                     $     8,667

75% Public Improvements                                                                        $      100,000                  $       100,000
  75% Public Improve    Boys & Girls Club capital                                $   100,000                     $   100,000

Swiftel                                                                                        $      650,000                  $       650,000
  75% Public Improve      Arena Lighting/ $220,000                               $   220,000                     $   220,000
  75% Public Improve      Arena Air Duct                                         $    15,000                     $    15,000
  75% Public Improve      A/V Equipment                                          $    10,000                     $    10,000
  75% Public Improve      Computer Upgrades                                      $     5,000                     $     5,000
  75% Public Improve      Food & Beverage Equipment                              $    10,000                     $    10,000
  75% Public Improve      Horse Stalls                                           $     6,000                     $     6,000
  75% Public Improve      Planters-Bollards                                      $     5,000                     $     5,000
  75% Public Improve      Recycling Receptacles                                  $    10,000                     $    10,000
  75% Public Improve      Spotlights                                             $    40,000                     $    40,000
  75% Public Improve      Stage Railings                                         $    15,000                     $    15,000
  75% Public Improve      HVAC Automation                                        $    14,000                     $    14,000
  75% Public Improve      Architectural Design Fees                              $   300,000                     $   300,000




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                                                                                                                                          City of Brookings
                                                                   For All Funds
                                                                                             Requested                  City Manager Proposed
Special Assessments                                                                             $      1,480,000                 $         610,000
   Special Assessment    Sidewalks                                                 $     10,000                    $     10,000
   Special Assessment    Alleys                                                    $    100,000                    $    100,000
   75% Public Improve    S Main Sewer Line Extension                               $    500,000                    $    500,000
   75% Public Improve    15th Street South                                         $    870,000                    $           -

Storm Drainage                                                                                     $   1,000,000                   $     1,000,000
   SD Funds              Begin Projects I & II                                         1,000,000                       1,000,000

TIF 1                                                                                              $   2,694,000                   $     2,694,000
   75% Public Improve    Innovation Campus                                         $     694,000                   $     694,000
   GF Reserves                                                                     $   2,000,000                   $   2,000,000

Bike Trail                                                                                         $     525,000                   $       525,000
   75% Public Improve    Bike Trail Improvement                                    $    525,000                    $    525,000

Liquor                                                                                             $      12,500                   $        12,500
   Liquor Funds          Security System                                           $     10,000                    $     10,000
   Liquor Funds          AED                                                       $      1,000                    $      1,000
   Liquor Funds          Drinking Fountain                                         $      1,000                    $      1,000
   Liquor Funds          Fire Enunciator                                           $        500                    $        500

Airport                                                                                            $     451,811                   $       451,811
   Airport Funds         new 33'x45' SRE Building attached to the ARFF building           80,000                          80,000
   Airport Funds         tractor payment to landfill                                      36,931                          36,931
   Airport Funds         pavement maintenance, crack repair and painting                  40,000                          40,000
   75% Public Improve    wildlife assessment - this will be funded by a grant             44,880                          44,880
   75% Public Improve    airport design & engineering (ALP, approach, appraisal)         250,000                         250,000

Edgebrook Golf Course                                                                              $     242,713                   $       227,462
  Edgebrook              Computer                                                  $      1,000
  Edgebrook              Loan Repayment for Mowers                                 $     38,213                    $     32,962
  Edgebrook              Golf Cart Lease                                           $     24,500                    $     24,500
  Edgebrook              Rotary 60" Mower                                          $      9,000
  75% Public Improve     Automate Irrigation front nine                            $    170,000                    $    170,000

Landfill                                                                                           $   1,790,000                   $     1,790,000
  SWC                    Garbage truck                                             $    240,000                    $    240,000
  SWD                    Trommel Screen                                            $     50,000                    $     50,000
  SWD                    Al Jon Compactor                                          $    650,000                    $    650,000
  SWD                    Farmall 300                                               $     40,000                    $     40,000
  SWD                    Pumps, etc                                                $     10,000                    $     10,000
  SWD                    Trench #4 East                                            $    800,000                    $    800,000

Research & Technology Center                                                                       $      34,000                   $        34,000
  R& T Center          repair canopies for a/c                                     $     34,000                    $     34,000           DRAFT 7/31/2009
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                                                                    For All Funds
                                                                                            Requested                City Manager Proposed
                                                                   SUMMARY BY FUND

                          2009 Total Capital and Infrastructure                                $        12,154,157            $      10,493,081

General Fund Total Capital & Infrastructure                                                    $         2,852,142            $       2,376,317
25% Sales & Use Tax Total Capital & Infrastrucuture                                            $         1,005,674            $         705,674
75% Sales & Use Tax Total Capital & Infrastrucuture                                            $         5,017,880            $       4,147,880
3rd B Sales Tax Total Capital                                                                  $            16,000            $          16,000
E-911 Total Capital                                                                            $            61,317            $          61,317
Special Assessment Total Capital & Infrastructure                                              $           110,000            $         110,000
Storm Drainiage Total Capital & Infrastrucuture                                                $         1,000,000            $       1,000,000
Liquor Total Capital                                                                           $            12,500            $          12,500
Airport Total Capital                                                                          $           156,931            $         156,931
Edgebrook Total Capital                                                                        $            72,713            $          57,462
SWC/SWD Total Capital                                                                          $         1,790,000            $       1,790,000
Research & Technology Total Capital                                                            $            34,000            $          34,000




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             City of Brookings Funding Requests
                      2010 Budget Process

Organization                       2009 Funding    2010 Request   City Manager’s
                                                                  Recommendation

United Retirement Center                               $122,376         -0-


SDSU – PAC                                         $11.8-$13.8M         -0-


SDSU – McCrory                                             $1M          -0-


CASA                                                     $5,000         -0-


First United Methodist Church                            $5,000         -0-
Harvest Table (Community Life
Center)


Boys & Girls Club Subsidy                $75,000       $125,000               $75,000


Brookings Area Transit Authority         $60,000        $70,000               $60,000


Brookings Arts Council                   $21,000        $21,000               $21,000


Brookings Economic Development          $142,000       $142,000           $142,000


Chamber of Commerce                      $25,000        $25,000               $25,000


Community Band                            $8,000         $8,000                $8,000


Convention Visitor’s Bureau             $150,000       $150,000           $150,000


Downtown Brookings Inc.                  $25,000        $25,000               $25,000


East Central Mental Health               $15,000        $15,000               $15,000



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Organization                   2009 Funding    2010 Request   City Manager’s
                                                              Recommendation

My Neighbor                                          $5,000         -0-


Safe Ride (SDSU)                      $5,000         $5,000               $5,000


SDSU Innovation Campus              $150,000       $150,000           $150,000


Visitor Promotions Committee        $225,000       $250,000           $237,500


Volunteer Service Bank                               $5,000         -0-


School District Subsidy             $207,200       $207,200           $207,200




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                         2010 BUDGET SUMMARY             FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010      %Change
    General Fund
Non‐Departmental         Revenue & Transfer from funds   10,749,277    12,562,023   12,553,466         0%
Mayor & Council          Personnel Services                  28,691        33,191       28,756       ‐13%
                         Operating                           22,324        23,665       27,764        17%
                         Capital                             25,000         4,200            0      ‐100%
Human Rights             Revenue                                500           500          500         0%
                         Operating                            4,200         4,200        4,200         0%
City Clerk               Revenue                              6,000         6,000        6,000         0%
                         Personnel Services                 167,883       185,098      194,313         5%
                         Operating                           52,404        51,685       45,224       ‐13%
                         Capital                              7,000         5,000        5,000         0%
Disability               Operating                            3,020         3,115        3,115         0%
Non‐Departmental         Expenses                           250,271       200,836      337,006        68%
City Manager             Personnel Services                 147,319       144,198      148,230         3%
                         Operating                           13,768        14,753       14,766         0%
                         Capital                                  0         1,000            0      ‐100%
City Attorney            Operating                           67,000        69,600       70,100         1%
Human Resources          Revenue                              2,000         2,000        2,000         0%
                         Personnel Services                 140,081       147,517      152,678         3%
                         Operating                           36,216        36,757       36,783         0%
                         Capital                              6,500         6,000        5,000       ‐17%
Finance                  Revenue                             30,150        30,150       32,150         7%
                         Personnel Services                 264,119       277,484      287,043         3%
                         Operating                           95,231        98,388      100,939         3%
                         Capital                             25,000        25,000       25,000         0%
Information Technologies Revenue                              1,000         1,000        1,000         0%
                         Personnel Services                  52,342        54,693       55,609         2%
                         Operating                           17,718        27,748       27,761         0%
                         Capital                             28,000        49,025       49,167         0%
Gen Gov Buildings        Operating                           82,325       101,854       96,414        ‐5%
                         Capital                             68,989       144,000       88,000       ‐39%
Community Development Revenue                                             137,517       49,945       ‐64%
                         Personnel Services                        0      321,290      327,698         2%
                         Operating                                 0       18,300       20,053        10%
                         Capital                                   0      105,000       22,500       ‐79%

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                    2010 BUDGET SUMMARY   FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010       %Change
Engineering         Revenue                 168,950     157,692     158,085           0%
                    Personnel Services      564,486     366,486     378,001           3%
                    Operating                39,754      45,579      36,323         ‐20%
                    Capital                   3,000           0           0           0%
Police Department   Revenue                 104,900      94,340     105,900          12%
                    Personnel Services    2,104,015   2,207,118   2,321,433           5%
                    Operating               171,058     198,892     195,822          ‐2%
                    Capital                  64,661     105,900      85,110         ‐20%
Fire Department     Revenue                       0      47,000      59,696          27%
                    Personnel Services      327,242     339,467     356,714           5%
                    Operating               231,295     251,169     261,264           4%
                    Capital                 200,030     251,993     583,145         131%
Street Department   Revenue                  26,000      76,000      56,000         ‐26%
                    Personnel Services      789,018     881,445     866,459          ‐2%
                    Operating               949,607   1,041,799   1,026,704          ‐1%
                    Capital                 293,198     482,419     599,919          24%
Animal Control      Revenue                  28,250      25,250      25,250           0%
                    Personnel Services       69,494      74,480      76,216           2%
                    Operating                14,456      17,155      15,801          ‐8%
                    Capital                       0           0           0           0%
Recreation          Revenue                 320,000     327,500    373,000           14%
                    Personnel Services      636,153     672,647    684,672            2%
                    Operating               116,170     120,015    120,150            0%
                    Capital                       0       9,000             0      ‐100%
Parks               Revenue                 426,500     540,500     142,500         ‐74%
                    Personnel Services      841,517     695,894    712,393            2%
                    Operating               568,029     514,988    506,000           ‐2%
                    Capital                 385,298   1,162,474    215,000          ‐82%
Forestry            Revenue                  20,000      30,640     20,000          ‐35%
                    Personnel Services      266,293     258,267    309,186           20%
                    Operating                62,075      78,624     69,940          ‐11%
                    Capital                  48,585     135,000           0        ‐100%




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                           2010 BUDGET SUMMARY                         FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010      %Change
Library                    Revenue                                         27,052        28,000        31,900        14%
                           Personnel Services                             619,095       639,312       653,448         2%
                           Operating                                      164,717       177,249       177,065         0%
                           Capital                                        102,652       190,150        120,150      ‐37%
Historic Preservation      Revenue                                         25,000        25,000        25,000         0%
                           Operating                                       28,600        28,600        28,600         0%
Appropriations/Subsidies Expenses                                         418,933       408,034        408,034        0%
Transfer Out to Other FundsTransfer out to Other Funds                  5,248,407       740,800      2,661,725      259%

                           General Fund
                           Total Revenue                                 11,935,579 14,091,112      13,642,392       -3%
                           Total Personnel Services                       7,017,748     7,298,587    7,552,849        3%
                           Total Operating                                3,409,171     3,526,005    3,629,828        3%
                           Total Capital                                  1,257,913     2,683,161    1,797,991      -33%
                           Total Transfer Out                             5,248,407       740,800    2,661,725      259%
                           The transfer out in 2009 reflects the $2M to TIF #1-Innovation Campus




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                        2010 BUDGET SUMMARY             FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010       %Change


 Retail Development     Revenue & Transfer from funds   4,000,000           0             0        0%
                        Operating                       4,009,200           0             0        0%
25% Sales & Use Tax     Revenue                         1,144,850   1,183,750   1,210,000          2%
                        Transfer out to Other Funds     1,893,934   1,648,174   1,103,374        ‐33%
75% Sales & Use Tax     Revenue                         3,146,600   3,594,450   3,672,800          2%
                        Expenses                        3,174,234   2,651,907   2,493,634         ‐6%
                        Capital                           100,000     140,000     100,000        ‐29%
                        Transfer out to Other Funds     1,414,215     379,970   3,100,880        716%
  Enhanced E-911        Revenue & Transfer from funds     392,720     396,843     660,500         66%
                        Personnel Services                394,205     398,505     466,700         17%
                        Operating                          10,975      11,375     132,483       1065%
                        Capital                                                    61,137        100%
   Swiftel Center       Revenue & Transfer from funds   1,682,434   1,641,585   2,291,334         40%
                        Personnel Services                562,798     694,790     791,766         14%
                        Operating                         894,636     842,825     849,568          1%
                        Capital                           225,000     103,790     650,000        526%
    Library Fines       Revenue                            29,500      30,500      30,500          0%
                        Expenses                           35,000      35,000      35,000          0%
  Library Donations     Revenue                            31,000      31,500      31,500          0%
                        Expenses                           30,000     115,000      35,000        ‐70%
   Industrial Park      Revenue & Transfer from funds   1,084,000      58,500       6,308        ‐89%
                        Capital and Other Expenses        975,561      15,000           0       ‐100%
Special Assessment      Revenue & Transfer from funds   1,001,200     750,494     590,000        ‐21%
                        Transfer in from General Fund           0     100,000      26,325        ‐74%
                        Capital                           950,000     935,000     610,000        ‐35%
   Storm Drainage       Revenue                           498,055     511,055   4,474,418        776%
                        Transfer in from General Fund           0      42,800           0       ‐100%
                        Personnel Services                 92,533      92,507      80,215        ‐13%
                        Operating                         104,500     106,500     113,000          6%
                        Capital                           300,000     326,000   1,000,000        207%
3rd B Sales & Use Tax   Revenue & Transfer from funds     575,000     680,000     680,000          0%
                        Expenses                          627,000     657,000     669,500          2%
                        Capital                                        36,689      34,378         ‐6%


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                           2010 BUDGET SUMMARY             FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010     %Change
       Streetscape        Revenue & Transfer from funds    3,991,777      50,000           0     ‐100%
                          Capital                          3,991,777   1,207,759           0     ‐100%
  TIF#1 Innovation Campus Revenue & Transfer from funds            0   1,368,360   2,694,000       97%
                          Capital Expenses                         0   1,368,360   2,694,000       97%
   Bike Trail Improvement Revenues & Transfer from funds           0     160,000     525,000      228%
                          Capital Expenses                         0      40,000     525,000     1213%
         Liquor Fund      Revenue                          1,121,960   1,289,200   1,359,600        5%
                          Personnel Services                 375,277     385,902     404,539        5%
                          Operating                          213,578     255,488     252,800       ‐1%
                          Capital                             10,000       7,000      12,500       79%
                          Transfer out to Other Funds        507,722     420,000     500,000       19%
        Airport Fund      Revenue & Transfer from funds      692,542   3,443,045     768,970      ‐78%
                          Personnel Services                 165,731     157,589     160,703        2%
                          Operating                          258,761     105,775     107,994        2%
                          Capital                            268,039   3,355,039     451,811      ‐87%
  Edgebrook Golf Course   Revenue & Transfer from funds            0     463,050     633,300       37%
                          Personnel Services                       0     213,011     224,868        6%
                          Operating                                0     169,738     179,970        6%
                          Capital                                  0     249,250     227,462       ‐9%
   Solid Waste Collection Revenue                            834,500     936,500     986,500        5%
                          Personnel Services                 362,434     399,054     403,842        1%
                          Operating                          406,881     541,466     555,552        3%
                          Capital                            225,000     190,000     240,000       26%
    Solid Waste Disposal  Revenue                          1,844,550   2,076,400   2,001,400       ‐4%
                          Personnel Services                 436,322     439,675     458,709        4%
                          Operating                          736,209     774,484     735,786       ‐5%
                          Capital                            190,000     410,000   1,550,000      278%
                          Transfer out to Other Funds        525,000     440,000     440,000        0%
Research & Technology Ctr Revenue                            193,525     200,600     200,600        0%
                          Operating                           34,851      53,009      48,951       ‐8%
                          Capital                              5,000           0      34,000      100%
                          Transfer out to Other Funds        145,000     145,000      75,000      ‐48%




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                2010 BUDGET SUMMARY        FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010      %Change
I-29 Corridor   Revenue                              0      250,000       83,750       ‐67%
                Operating                                   250,000      167,100       ‐33%

                All Funds
                Total Revenue              34,199,792    31,678,584   33,323,872        5%
                Total Personnel Services    9,407,048    10,079,620   10,544,191        5%
                Total Operating             9,935,796    10,095,572   10,006,166       -1%
                Total Capital               8,498,290    11,067,048    9,988,279      -10%
                Total Transfer Out          9,734,278     3,773,944    7,880,979      109%




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                                                City of Brookings, South Dakota
                                                                                                            VOTERS

         Event Center                           Hospital                                                    City Council                            City Clerk                                   Utilities Board
            Board                                Board                                                                                              •ADA Compliance
                                                                                                                                                    •Elections

         (Swiftel Center)                                                           City                                                            •Legal/Public Notices & Records
                                                                                                                                                    •Licenses & Permits

                                                                                  Attorney
                                                                                                                                                    •Mayor/City Council
                                                                                                                                                    •Electronic Media (website & tv)

                                                 Hospital                                                                                           •Volunteer Board Appointments
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Utilities
                                                                                                          City Manager
     * VenuWorks Facility Mgmt
                                                                                                                                                    •Committees
                                                    (179 FT)                                                                                                                                      Electric (35 FT)         Waste Water (10 FT)
                                                                                                                                                    •Historic Preservation
                                                                                                                                                    •Human Rights
                                                Brookview Manor                                                                                     •Disability Committee                        Teleph/PCS (109 FT)         Water (12 FT)
                                                    (46 FT)                                                                                         (3 FT)




  Comm                      Engr                   Finance                    Fire             Human Library                         Liquor                   Park                         Police                    Solid           Street
   Dev                                                                                        Resources                                                      Rec/For                                                 Waste
• Planning & Zoning     • Engineering               •   Budget          • Suppression         •   Risk Management   • Circulation   •Store Sales         • Park                        • Patrol                 • Collection        • Street
•Land Use               • Mapping                   •   Payroll         • Prevention          •   Personnel         • Collection    •Management            Development,                • Investigation          • Recycling           Maintenance
•Housing Inspection     • Building Inspection       •   Accounting      • Fire Inspection     •   Labor Relations     Development     of Override           Maintenance &              • Animal Control         • Disposal          • Street
•Code Enforcement       • Storm Drainage            •   Investments     • Fire Code           •   Safety            • Electronic      % Procedure           Inspection                 • Administration &       • Health Code         Drainage
•Community & Economic   • Airport                   •   Inform. Tech.      Compliance         •   Benefits Admin.     Information                        • Recreational                  Communication            Enforcement         Maintenance
  Development /         •Traffic                                        • Volunteer           •   Training                          (5 FT)                  Programming                • Police Reserves        • Landfill          • Snow
  Re-development        •Special Projects           (5 FT)                Firefighters (45)                                                              • Support                       (4)                                          Removal
•Special Projects                                                       • Education           Boards/Committees     Boards                                  Community                  • E911 Dispatch
                        Boards/Committees                                                     • Safety              • Library                               Recreation                   Center                 Boards              (14 FT)
Boards/Committees       •Board of Appeals                               Boards                • Insurance                                                   Agencies                                            •Board of Health
•Planning Commission    •Airport                                        • Brookings County                          (10.75 FT)                           • Tree Health                 Boards/Committees
•Board of Adjustment    •Transportation                                   Firefighter         (2 FT)                                                       Program                     • Traffic Safety         (13 FT)
                                                                          Association                                                                                                  • East Central
(4 FT)                  (9 FT)                                          • Township Fire                                                                  Boards                          Communication
                                                                          Protection Board                                                               • Park &                        Council
                                                                                                                                                           Recreation
                                                                        (3 FT)                                                                                                         (38 FT)
                                                                                                                                                         (19 FT)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     6/22/09
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                                                  City of Brookings                                                                City of Brookings
                                      Personnel Schedule by Department Allocation

                                       Year       2002        2003 2004            2005 2006     2007 2008                 2009 2010
                                                 Actual      Actual Actual        Actual Actual Actual Actual             Actual Budget
  401 Mayor & Council                                7           7      7             7      7      7      7                  7      7

  403    City Clerk                                  1.5        1.5        1.5          2         2          2       3        3       3
  406    City Manager                                1.5        1.5        1.5          1         1          1       1        1       1
  414    Human Resources                               2          2          2          2         2          2       2        2       2
  415    Finance                                       3          3          3          3         4          4       4        4       4
  416    Information Technology                                                                   1          1       1        1       1
  418    Community Development                                                                                                4       4
  419    Engineer                                   7.5        7.5        7.7        7.7       7.7       7.7        8.7     5.7     5.7
  421    Police                                      29         29         29         29        29        30         30      30      32    (1)
  422    Fire                                         3          3          3          3         3         3          3       3       3
  423    Enhanced 911                                 6          6          6          6         6         6          7       7       7
  431    Street                                      13         12         12         13        13        13         13      14      14
  442    Animal Control                               1          1          1          1         1         1          1       1       1
  451    Recreation                                2.75       2.75       2.75       3.25      3.25      4.25       4.25    4.25    4.25
  452    Park                                     11.25      11.25      11.25      10.75     10.75     10.75      10.75   10.75   10.75
  454    Forestry                                     4          4          4          4         4         4          4       4       5    (2)
  455    Library                                   9.75       9.75       9.75       9.75      9.75      9.75      10.75   10.75   10.75
  282    Storm Drainage                             1.5        1.5        1.3        1.3       1.3       1.3        1.3     1.3     1.3
  601    Liquor                                       5          5          5          6         6         6          6       6       6    (3)
  606    Airport                                                            1          1         2         2          2       2       2
  612    Solid Waste Collection                         6          6        6          6         6         6          6       6       6
  625    Solid Waste Disposal                           7          7        7          7         7         7          7       7       7

 Total                                           114.75 113.75 114.75 116.75 119.75 121.75 125.75 127.75 130.75                            (4)

(1) Two (2) Patrol Officers added to Police Dept. in 2010 Budget (one in January 2010 & one in July 2010)
(2) Forestry Technician added to 2010 budget
(3) Open FT Liquor Sales Associate position
(4) Excludes # for Mayor and City Council

                                              Brookings County Covered Workers
                                              Source: Brookings Economic Development Corporation
                                              Industry                              2006      2007      2008


                                              Natural Resources/ Mining               312       320       328
                                              Construction                            606       758       714
                                              Manufacturing                         5,159     5,269     5,192
                                              Wholesale Trade                         369       377       386
                                              Retail Trade                          1,628     1,744     1,739
                                              Trans/Warehousing/Utilities             246       226         242
                                              Information                             165       163         161
                                              Financial Activities                    607       635         671
                                              Prof Bus Services                       704       722       714
                                              Education/Health Svc                    962       992     1,034
                                              Leisure/Hospitality                   1,683     1,708     1,745
                                              Other Services                          364       367         380
                                              Total Government                     3,859 3,963  4,082
                                              TOTAL                              16,664 17,244 17,388




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                 2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                            2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account             Description                    Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                     NONDEPARTMENTAL REVENUE
1,828,095   1,990,386   2,175,000    2,175,000   101-000-4-111-01    Current Real Estate Taxes        2,352,000        8%      2,352,000    2,500,000
   20,089      17,390      15,000       15,000   101-000-4-111-02    Delinquent Real Estate Taxes        15,000        0%         17,500       18,000
    1,922       3,609       2,100        2,100   101-000-4-111-07    Mobile Home Taxes                    2,100        0%          2,100        2,100
   82,475      62,054      66,000       72,500   101-000-4-111-09    Bank Franchise Taxes                70,000        6%         73,000       73,000
    2,335       3,433       2,500        2,500   101-000-4-119-01    Taxes/Penalties                      2,500        0%          2,500        2,600
4,953,567   5,034,114   4,820,554    4,820,554   101-000-4-113-00    1st Penny Sales & Use Tax        4,820,554        0%      4,820,554    4,900,000
  105,180     112,600     105,000      105,000   101-000-4-335-03    State Liquor Tax                   105,000        0%        105,000      109,200
  199,391     208,217     200,000      200,000   101-000-4-335-04    State/Hwy & Bridge Tax             200,000        0%        210,000      210,000
    1,824       1,680       1,800        1,800   101-000-4-335-08    State/Amusement Tax                  1,800        0%          1,800        1,872
   63,434      57,687      65,000       65,000   101-000-4-338-01    County/Hwy & Bridge Tax             65,000        0%         65,000       67,600
   17,980      26,184      17,000       17,000   101-000-4-338-03    County/Wheel Tax                    17,000        0%         26,000       17,680
    3,979       3,979       3,980        3,980   101-000-4-338-04    County/Road Tax                      3,980        0%          3,980        4,139
   24,300      50,500      25,500       25,500   101-000-4-221-01    Licenses/Liquor                     25,750        1%         25,750       25,750
    4,000       4,050       3,600        3,600   101-000-4-221-02    Licenses/Malt                        5,150       43%          5,150        5,150
    3,500      10,110       3,500        3,500   101-000-4-221-05    Licenses/Wine                        5,500       57%          5,500        5,500
        0           -      18,500       18,500   101-000-4-221-07    Licenses/Restaurant Liquor          55,500      200%         18,500       55,500
    2,400       1,275       2,000        2,000   101-000-4-221-08    Licenses/Temporary Liquor            2,000        0%          2,000        2,000
      200           -         100          100   101-000-4-221-09    Licenses/Liquor Transfers                0     -100%            100            0
    7,900      11,300       7,900        7,900   101-000-4-221-10    Licenses/Video Lottery               8,200        4%          8,200        8,200
    4,610       4,740       4,500        4,500   101-000-4-221-11    Licenses/Temporary Merchants         5,000       11%          5,000        5,000
    1,250       1,025         900          900   101-000-4-221-12    Licenses/Plumbers                    1,200       33%          1,200        1,200
    1,490       3,795         500          500   101-000-4-221-13    Licenses/Miscellaneous                 500        0%            500          500
  100,206     105,744     200,000      100,000   101-000-4-669-00    Franchise Fees                     200,000        0%        125,000      200,000
  158,739     105,796     120,000      120,000   101-000-4-661-00    Interest Income                    120,000        0%         60,000      150,000
  107,797      56,443      50,000       50,000   101-000-4-661-01    Money Market Interest Income        50,000        0%         50,000       55,000
    3,065       6,278       6,000        6,000   101-000-4-662-01    Rental Income                        6,000        0%          6,200        6,000
   39,857      50,365      30,258       30,258   101-000-4-662-12    Cell Tower Rental                   30,258        0%         30,258       30,258
      283           -           -            -   101-000-4-441-08    Reimbursed Expense                       0        0%              -            0
   18,141       8,016       9,000        9,000   101-000-4-441-09    Miscellaneous                        9,000        0%          9,000        9,000
        0           -      60,000       60,000   101-000-4-664-00    Sale of Fixed Asset                      0     -100%              -            0
   31,487       1,460       5,000        5,000   101-000-4-669-08    Workers Compensation Refund          5,000        0%          5,000        5,000
      397           -       8,000        8,000   101-000-4-691-40    Insurance Refunds                    8,000        0%          8,000        8,000
        0           -      49,500       49,500   101-000-4-666-660   Other financing                          0     -100%              -            0




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                     2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                             2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated    Account          Description                        Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
   44,492       41,905        80,000       80,000 101-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from Other Funds                 0     -100%              -            0
  370,000      400,000       420,000      420,000 101-000-6-700-01   Transfer in from Liquor Fund           450,000        7%        500,000      500,000
  500,000      425,000       440,000      440,000 101-000-6-700-02   Transfer in from Landfill              400,000       -9%        440,000      440,000
  543,890      960,767     1,556,331    1,556,331 101-000-6-700-04   Transfer in from 25% Sales & Use       913,374      -41%        910,674      698,145
                                                  101-000-6-700-XX   Transfer in from 75% Sales & Use       691,000                  691,000
   145,000     145,000       145,000      145,000 101-000-6-700-05   Transfer in from Res & Tech             50,000      -66%         75,000      140,000
 1,741,000   1,763,000     1,842,000    1,842,000 101-000-6-700-08   Transfer in from BMU                 1,892,000        3%      1,892,000    1,921,000
   300,000            -            -            - 101-000-6-700-16   Transfer in from Liq Cap Sale                0        0%              -            0
11,434,273   11,677,902   12,562,023   12,468,523                    Revenue & Transfer from funds       12,588,366        0%     12,553,466   12,177,394




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                           2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                       2010                 City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                Requested    % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                    MAYOR AND COUNCIL
   26,214      26,433      30,600       26,400   101-401-5-101-00   Regular Pay                    30,600       0%           26,450       30,600
    2,005       2,022       2,341        2,040   101-401-5-120-00   FICA                            2,341       0%            2,022        2,341
      145         146         147          147   101-401-5-123-00   Group Insurance                   170      16%              170          147
       99          83         103          103   101-401-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation            114      11%              114          118
   28,464      28,684      33,191       28,690                      Personnel Services Total       33,225       0%          28,756        33,206
      749         763         992          992   101-401-5-421-00   Insurance                       1,091      10%           1,091         1,200
    1,724       3,092       3,673        3,673   101-401-5-426-01   Office Supplies                 3,784       3%           3,673         4,000
    2,326      10,708      12,500       12,500   101-401-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging               15,000      20%          15,000        15,000
    2,318       3,142       3,500        3,500   101-401-5-427-02   Registration & Training         5,000      43%           5,000         5,000
    2,706       3,761       3,000        3,000   101-401-5-429-00   Miscellaneous                   3,500      17%           3,000         4,000
      400           0           -            -   101-401-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                   0       0%                -            0
   10,224      21,466      23,665       23,665                      Operating Expense Total        28,375      20%          27,764        29,200
   70,000      25,000       3,000        3,000   101-401-5-940-00   Other Capital                  16,000     433%                         5,000
   70,000      25,000       3,000        3,000                      Capital Expense Total          16,000     433%               -         5,000
  108,688      75,150      59,856       55,355                      Expenditure Total              77,600      30%          56,520        67,406

                                                                    HUMAN RIGHTS
      300           0         500          500   101-402-4-446-10   Donations                         500        0%            500           500
      200           0           -            -   101-402-4-669-02   Miscellaneous Income                0        0%              -             0
      500           0         500          500                      Revenue Total                     500        0%            500           500
      582         923         600          600   101-402-5-426-01   Office Supplies                   600        0%            600           600
       85           0           -            -   101-402-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                    0        0%              -             0
    2,774       1,586       3,600        3,600   101-402-5-428-00   Public Education                3,726        4%          3,600         3,856
    3,441       2,509       4,200        4,200                      Expenditure Total               4,326        3%          4,200         4,456




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                   2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                                 2010                City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                          Requested    % Incr    Proposed      Requested
                                                                   CITY CLERK
   7,526      4,614        6,000        6,000   101-403-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                        6,000       0%         6,000         6,000
   7,526       4,614       6,000        6,000                      Revenue Total                             6,000       0%         6,000         6,000
  85,423     118,208     128,517      128,517   101-403-5-101-00   Regular Pay                             132,443       3%        132,443      140,390
     270         175           -            -   101-403-5-101-10   Wellness                                      0       0%              0            0
   5,536       7,842       9,843        9,843   101-403-5-120-00   FICA                                     10,656       8%         10,656       11,295
   5,129       7,187       7,720        7,720   101-403-5-121-09   Retirement                                8,358       8%          8,358        8,859
  22,247      33,565      37,931       37,931   101-403-5-123-00   Group Insurance                          41,732      10%         41,732       44,236
     245         339         367          367   101-403-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                      404      10%            404          428
       0           0         720          720   101-403-5-136-00   Wellness Reimbursement                      720       0%            720          720
 118,850     167,316     185,098      185,098                      Personnel Services Total                194,313       5%       194,313       205,929
     214         327         385          385   101-403-5-421-00   Insurance                                  424       10%           424           424
  16,351      20,959      18,000       18,000   101-403-5-423-01   Publication & Recording Fees            15,000      -17%        18,000        15,000
   3,372       3,686       4,100        4,100   101-403-5-423-03   Ordinance & Codification Fees            4,700       15%         4,100        30,000
   4,873       3,616       3,500        3,500   101-403-5-425-01   MaintOffice Equip/Software Support      14,150      304%         3,500        14,574
   3,075       3,181       4,050        4,050   101-403-5-426-01   Office Supplies                          4,050        0%         4,050         4,100
   6,416       7,860       8,700        8,700   101-403-5-426-02   Election Expense                         8,700        0%         8,700         8,700
      73          43         100          100   101-403-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                        100        0%           100           100
      30       1,523       3,200        3,200   101-403-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                         3,200        0%         3,200         3,200
       0         110       7,500        7,500   101-403-5-427-02   Registration & Training                  1,000      -87%         1,000         1,000
     948       1,426       2,000        2,000   101-403-5-428-01   Telephone                                2,000        0%         2,000         2,000
     115         115         150          150   101-403-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                          150        0%           150           150
  35,468      42,846      51,685       51,685                      Operating Expense Total                 53,474        3%        45,224        79,248
       0       2,388                        -   101-403-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                    5,000        0%                      10,000
   4,082       2,660       7,000        7,000   101-405-5-920-01   Website Maintenance                      7,000        0%         5,000        7,000
   2,330       1,426                        -   101-403-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                 3,000        0%             -         5,000
   6,412       6,474       5,000        7,000                      Capital Expense Total                   15,000        0%         5,000        22,000
   7,526       4,614       6,000        6,000                      Revenue Total                            6,000        0%         6,000         6,000
 160,730     216,636     241,783      243,783                      Expenditure Total                       262,787       9%       244,537       307,177




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                    2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                              2010                  City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                      Requested     % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                      DISABILITY COMMITTEE
      634         536         600           600    101-404-5-426-01   Office Supplies                         600         0%            600           600
        0           0           -             -    101-404-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                       -         0%              -             0
      491       1,301         650           650    101-404-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                        650         0%            650           650
    1,613       1,143       1,815         1,815    101-404-5-428-00   Public Education                      1,909         5%          1,815         2,005
        0          35          50            50    101-404-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                        50         0%             50            50
    2,738       3,015       3,115         3,115                       Operating Expense Total               3,209         3%          3,115         3,305
    2,738       3,015       3,115         3,115                       Expenditure Total                     3,209         3%          3,115         3,305

                                                                      NON DEPARTMENTAL
                                                   101-405-5-136-00   Wellness Benefit                      20,000     100%           10,000       20,000
        0      23,100      28,000        28,000    101-405-5-856-61   Performance Pay                      28,000        0%          20,000       28,000
   15,000      50,738      25,000        25,000    101-405-5-422-03   Consulting-Downtown Redevelop        25,000        0%                -            -
   13,223       7,728           -         7,232    101-405-5-429-01   Membership Dues                       7,729      100%           7,729        7,729
    5,616       5,896       6,192         6,192    101-405-5-429-20   1st District Dues                     6,800       10%           6,800        6,800
    3,748       3,414       3,500         3,500    101-405-5-856-45   Employee Recognition                  3,500        0%           3,500        3,500
    5,000       3,200       7,000         7,000    101-405-5-856-63   Volunteer Recognition/Open Gov        7,000        0%           7,000        7,000
                           20,000             -    101-405-5-856-65   Public Relations                     20,000        0%                -      20,000
    8,891       5,833      15,000        15,000    101-405-5-856-96   Matching Grant Expense               15,000        0%          15,000       15,000
   16,590           0      10,000        10,000    101-405-5-856-97   City Manager's Contingency Fnd       10,000        0%          10,000       10,000
        0           0      86,144        86,144    101-405-5-856-99   Contingency Fund                    305,000      254%         256,977       86,144
   68,067      99,909     200,836       188,068                       Operating Expense Total             448,029      123%         337,006      204,173
              515,467                              101-405-5-910-00   Land
        0     515,467            0             0                      Total Capital                             -                         0             -
   68,067     615,376     200,836       188,068                       Expenditure Total                   448,029      123%        337,006        204,173




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                            2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                        2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                 Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    CITY MANAGER
 103,533      107,248     113,200      113,200   101-406-5-101-00   Regular Pay                    116,480        3%       116,480       123,469
   3,750        3,600       3,600        4,800   101-406-5-101-06   Car Allowance                    4,800       33%         4,800         4,992
       0           80         240            -   101-406-5-101-10   Wellness                           240        0%           240           250
   7,256        8,106       8,884        8,884   101-406-5-120-00   FICA                             9,360        5%         9,360         9,922
   6,086        9,895      10,982       10,982   101-406-5-121-09   Retirement                      11,048        1%        11,048        11,711
   9,001        9,096       6,968        6,748   101-406-5-123-00   Group Insurance                  5,945      -15%         5,945         6,302
     289          267         324          324   101-406-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation             357       10%           357           378
 129,915      138,292     144,198      144,938                      Personnel Services Total       148,230        3%       148,230       157,023
     107          109         128          128   101-406-5-421-00   Insurance                          141       10%           141           155
   3,029        2,652       2,500        2,500   101-406-5-426-01   Office Supplies                  3,350       34%         2,500         3,500
       0           83         500          500   101-406-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                500        0%           500           500
     195        3,607       7,000        7,000   101-406-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                 6,000      -14%         7,000         6,200
      75        1,290       1,750        1,750   101-406-5-427-02   Registration & Training          2,000       14%         1,750         2,100
   1,102        1,560       1,200        1,200   101-406-5-428-01   Telephone                        1,500       25%         1,200         1,500
     150        1,551       1,675        1,675   101-406-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                1,700        1%         1,675         1,700
     952        6,887           -            -   101-406-5-429-09   Miscellaneous                        -        0%             -             0
   5,611       17,739      14,753       14,753                      Operating Expense Total         15,191        3%        14,766       15,655
       0            0       1,000            -   101-406-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                -     -100%             -             0
       0            0           -            -   101-406-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000             -        0%             -         2,500
       -            -       1,000            -                      Capital Expense Total                -     -100%             -        2,500
 135,526      156,031     159,951      159,691                      Expenditure Total              163,421        2%       162,996       175,178

                                                                    CITY ATTORNEY
   10,106           0           -            -   101-412-5-422-01   Contracted Legal Services            -       0%               -            0
   60,510      62,477      67,600       67,600   101-412-5-422-07   Contracted Services             67,600       0%          67,600       70,304
      715       1,375       1,000        1,000   101-412-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                 1,225      23%           1,225        1,225
      536         625         500          500   101-412-5-427-02   Registration & Training            650      30%             650          650
      600           0         500          500   101-412-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                  625      25%             625          625
   72,468      64,477      69,600       69,600                      Operating Expense Total         70,100       1%          70,100       72,804
   72,468      64,477      69,600       69,600                      Expenditure Total               70,100       1%          70,100       72,804




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                            2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                     Requested     % Incr    Proposed      Requested
                                                                    HUMAN RESOURCES
    3,483      1,841        2,000        2,000   101-414-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                    2,000       0%         2,000         2,000
      168           -           -            -   101-414-4-441-11   Unclaimed Insurance Reimburse             0       0%             -             0
    3,651       1,841       2,000        2,000                      Revenue Total                         2,000       0%         2,000         2,000
   99,132     102,517     108,938      108,938   101-414-5-101-00   Regular Pay                        111,032        2%       111,032      117,694
       88           0         480          480   101-414-5-101-10   Wellness                               480        0%           480          480
    6,899       7,049       8,338        8,338   101-414-5-120-00   FICA                                 8,933        7%         8,933        9,469
    5,950       6,237       6,540        6,540   101-414-5-121-09   Retirement                           7,007        7%         7,007        7,427
   15,619      17,717      18,811       18,811   101-414-5-123-00   Group Insurance                     20,785       10%        20,785       22,032
      300         280         310          310   101-414-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                 341       10%           341          361
    5,493       3,612       4,100        4,100   101-414-5-135-00   Employee Assistance Program          4,100        0%         4,100        4,100
  133,483     137,412     147,517      147,517                      Personnel Services Total           152,678        3%       152,678      161,564
      214         218         257          257   101-414-5-421-00   Insurance                              285       11%           283          302
      426       1,664       3,000        3,000   101-414-5-422-03   Consulting & Engineering             3,000        0%         3,000        3,180
    3,520       3,545       4,365        4,365   101-414-5-422-14   Cafeteria Plan Adm Fee               3,910      -10%         4,365        4,145
    8,380       5,919       6,900        6,900   101-414-5-423-01   Publication & Recording Fees         7,630       11%         6,900        8,088
        0           0         400          400   101-414-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment           400        0%           400          424
    3,392       2,973       2,800        2,800   101-414-5-426-01   Office Supplies                      2,975        6%         2,800        3,154
       97           0         450          450   101-414-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                    450        0%           450          477
    2,259       1,374       3,225        3,225   101-414-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                     3,225        0%         3,225        3,419
    1,653         584       2,275        2,275   101-414-5-427-02   Registration & Training              2,275        0%         2,275        2,412
    1,855       1,537       1,635        1,635   101-414-5-428-01   Telephone                            1,695        4%         1,635        1,797
      730         540         700          700   101-414-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                    1,050       50%           700        1,113
    1,082         962         750          750   101-414-5-429-08   Postage                                965       29%           750        1,023
    2,824       1,650       1,000        1,000   101-414-5-429-09   Miscellaneous                        1,000        0%         1,000        1,060
    4,557       3,038       5,000        5,000   101-414-5-429-10   Safety Program Training              5,000        0%         5,000        5,300
    1,123         702       4,000        4,000   101-414-5-429-15   In-House Training                    4,000        0%         4,000        4,240
   32,112      24,706      36,757       36,757                      Operating Expense Total             37,860        3%        36,783       40,132
        0       3,897       5,000        5,000   101-414-5-940-00   Other Capital                        5,000        0%         5,000          835
    2,237           0       1,000        1,000   101-414-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000             2,525      153%                      1,000
    2,237       3,897       6,000        6,000                      Capital Expense Total                7,525       25%          5,000       1,835
    3,651       1,841       2,000        2,000                      Revenue Total                        2,000        0%          2,000       2,000
  167,831     166,015     190,274      190,274                      Expenditure Total                  198,063        4%        194,461     203,530




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                              2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                           2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   FINANCE
      90         75            -           60   101-415-4-441-04   Professional Services                   -        0%             -            -
     514           -           -            -   101-415-4-441-05   Reclaimed Income                        -        0%             -            -
   2,493     11,242       30,000       30,000   101-415-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                 30,000        0%        32,000       30,000
     197         61          150          100   101-415-4-669-02   Miscellaneous Income                  150                     150          150
   3,293      11,378      30,150       30,160                      Revenue Total                      30,150        0%        32,150       30,150
 192,822     199,009     209,706      209,706   101-415-5-101-00   Regular Pay                       213,821        2%       213,821      229,650
   1,083         121       1,000        1,000   101-415-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                        1,000        0%         1,000        1,060
       0          19         720          720   101-415-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                      720                     720          763
  13,425      13,796      16,046       16,046   101-415-5-120-00   FICA                               17,262       8%         17,262       18,298
  11,634      12,114      12,585       12,585   101-415-5-121-09   Retirement                         13,539       8%         13,539       14,351
  32,763      37,217      36,833       36,833   101-415-5-123-00   Group Insurance                    40,047       9%         40,047       42,450
     513         475         594          594   101-415-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                654      10%            654          693
 252,240     262,751     277,484      277,484                      Personnel Services Total          287,043       3%        287,043      307,265
     428         436         513          513   101-415-5-421-00   Insurance                             530       3%            564          562
  26,679      18,649      37,500       37,500   101-415-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services       40,000       7%         40,000       40,000
       0           0           -            -   101-415-5-422-03   Consulting & Engineering           20,500                                    -
  22,925      25,454      24,800       24,800   101-415-5-422-07   Contracting Services               25,000        1%         24,800      25,000
   2,117       2,053       1,500        1,500   101-415-5-423-01   Publication/Recording Fees          1,500        0%          1,500       1,545
     500          92           -            -   101-415-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment            -                        -           -
     500      12,000      12,000       12,000   101-415-5-426-00   Advance for Postage                12,000       0%          12,000      12,000
   5,805       4,796       6,000        5,800   101-415-5-426-01   Office Supplies                     6,000       0%           6,000       6,180
     594         369         600          600   101-415-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                   650       8%             600         670
   8,461       8,055       7,400        7,400   101-415-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                    7,400       0%           7,400       8,125
   4,999       4,441       5,000        5,000   101-415-5-427-02   Registration & Training             5,000       0%           5,000       5,000
   2,001       2,184       2,000        2,200   101-415-5-428-01   Telephone                           2,400      20%           2,000       2,400
     830       1,105       1,075        1,075   101-415-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                   1,100       2%           1,075
  75,838      79,634      98,388       98,388                      Operating Expense Total           122,080      24%         100,939     101,482
  23,384      25,000      25,000       25,000   101-415-5-940-00   Other Capital                      25,000       0%          25,000       3,900
       0           0           -            -   101-415-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000              500                        -         500
  23,384      25,000      25,000       25,000                      Capital Expense Total              25,500        2%         25,000       4,400
   3,293      11,378      30,150       30,160                      Revenue Total                      30,150        0%         32,150      30,150
 351,463     367,385     406,022      406,032                      Expenditure Total                 439,273        8%        420,132     438,897




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                           2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                   2010                    City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                           Requested       % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                      INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
      230      1,290        1,000              -   101-416-4-441-08   Technical Services                                0     -100%          1,000            0
      230       1,290       1,000              -                      Revenue Total                                     0                    1,000            0
   35,296      35,204      41,629        41,629    101-416-5-101-00   Regular Pay                                 41,630         0%         41,630      44,128
      210           0       2,500         2,500    101-416-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                                 2,500         0%          2,500       2,650
       56           0         240           240    101-416-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                               240         0%            240         254
    2,594       2,562       3,364         3,364    101-416-5-120-00   FICA                                         3,469         3%          3,469       3,677
    2,134       2,134       2,639         2,639    101-416-5-121-09   Retirement                                   2,721         3%          2,721       2,884
    3,591       3,744       4,444         4,444    101-416-5-123-00   Group Insurance                              4,887        10%          4,887       5,034
      148         136         147           147    101-416-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                         162        10%            162         167
   44,029      43,780      54,963        54,963                       Personnel Services Total                    55,609         1%         55,609      58,794
      107         109         128           128    101-416-5-421-00   Insurance                                      128         0%            141         132
      505       2,201       5,000         3,000    101-416-5-422-07   Software Services                            5,000         0%          5,000       5,150
    5,722       1,835       3,000         4,000    101-416-5-426-01   Office Supplies                              4,000        33%          3,000       4,120
        0         136         500           500    101-416-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                            500         0%            500         515
      723         113       2,000           500    101-416-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                             1,000       -50%          2,000       1,030
        0         617         500              -   101-416-5-427-02   Registration & Training                        500         0%            500         515
    4,498       4,135      16,420         4,200    101-416-5-428-01   Telephone                                   15,000        -9%         16,420      15,450
        0           0            -             -   101-416-5-428-06   AS400 Service Line                               -                         -           -
        0           0         200           200    101-416-5-429-01   Memberships & Dues                             200         0%            200         206
   11,555       9,146      27,748        12,528                       Operating Expense Total                     26,328        -5%         27,761      27,118
    4,608           0            -             -   101-416-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                            -                         -           -
   26,719      18,842      12,000        19,500    101-416-5-940-00   Other Capital                                           -100%                     10,000
    1,575       1,089      16,000        16,000    101-416-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                     5,500       -66%          5,500
        0           0       3,000         3,000    101-403-5-920-00   Laserfiche Upgrade Software                             -100%          5,000
        0           0       1,525         1,525    101-414-5-940-00   Other Capital                                           -100%              -
        0           0       1,000         1,000    101-415-5-950-01   Finance/Version 7 upgrade/Financial Suite               -100%         25,000
                            3,000         3,000    101-418-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000 DH                             -100%          1,000
   3,351            0       5,000         5,000    101-419-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000 GM                             -100%          1,000
  23,045            0       3,000         3,000    101-421-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000 3 computers                    -100%          3,000
       0            0            -             -   101-422-5-940-00   Pictometry $52,000                                -                    8,667
       0            0       3,000         3,000    101-431-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                                   -100%
       0            0       1,500         1,500    101-452-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                                -100%
  59,298       19,931       49,025        56,525                      Capital Expense Total                        5,500       -89%         49,167       10,000
     230        1,290       1,000              -                      Revenue Total                                    0      -100%         1,000             0
 114,881       72,857     131,736       124,016                       Expenditure Total                           87,437       -34%       132,537        95,912




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                            2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                       2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
    9,141       7,620       6,969        6,969   101-417-5-421-00   Insurance                        7,665       10%          7,665       8,432
        0           0      15,536       15,536   101-417-5-422-03   Consulting/design ADA entry     10,000      -36%         10,000           -
                2,366       2,630        2,630   101-417-5-424-01   Equipment Rental                 2,700        3%          2,630       2,780
   2,775        3,621       2,578        2,578   101-417-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment     2,655        3%          2,578       2,730
   1,214        2,261       1,176        1,176   101-417-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment            1,210        3%          1,176       1,250
   8,439        8,154       9,694        9,694   101-417-5-425-05   Maintenance Building            11,200       16%          9,694       9,500
   2,949        3,724       5,363        5,363   101-417-5-426-03   General Supplies                 5,520        3%          5,363       5,685
   1,609        1,849       1,794        1,794   101-417-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                2,800       56%          1,794       2,900
   2,028        2,107       2,114        2,114   101-417-5-428-01   Telephone                        2,180        3%          2,114       2,245
  24,167       24,529      26,000       26,000   101-417-5-428-02   Electric & Water                26,700        3%         26,000      27,500
  10,491       12,243      13,000       13,000   101-417-5-428-03   Heat                            13,400        3%         13,000      13,800
  13,080       13,080      15,000       15,000   101-417-5-429-03   Cleaning Services               14,400       -4%         14,400      14,400
  75,893       81,554     101,854      101,854                      Operating Expense Total        100,430       -1%         96,414      91,222
  60,560       72,555     135,500      131,000   101-417-5-911-00   Buildings & Structures         121,000      -11%         85,000      40,000
  41,703        7,404       3,000        3,000   101-417-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment            3,000        0%          3,000       3,000
       0            0       5,500        5,500   101-417-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment                 -100%
       0        2,753           -            -   101-417-5-940-00   Other Capital                        -        0%             -            -
       0          219           -            -   101-417-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000             -        0%             -            -
 102,263       82,931     144,000      139,500                      Capital Expense Total          124,000      -14%        88,000       43,000
 178,156      164,485     245,854      241,354                      Expenditure Total              224,430       -9%       184,414      134,222




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                                                                       2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                      2010
 2007         2008          2009         2009                                                               2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual        Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                        Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                               8,500       20,900   101-418-4-221-06   Housing Licenses                       14,360       69%        20,000       15,000
                                            3,285   101-418-4-223-01   Sign Permits                            2,100      100%         3,200        2,000
                               8,250        6,276   101-418-4-441-01   Zoning & Subdivision Fees               6,500      -21%         6,500        6,500
                                  52           52   101-418-4-441-02   Publication Fees                           55        6%            55           55
                                 500           90   101-418-4-446-16   Code Enforcement Inspection Fees           90      -82%            90           90
                 6,278        20,000       19,182   101-418-4-662-01   Rental Income                          20,000        0%        20,000       20,000
                                   -            -   101-418-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                          -        0%             -            -
                                 215          160   101-418-4-441-08   Miscellaneous                             100      -53%           100          100
                             100,000      160,000   101-418-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Asset                         -     -100%             -            -
         0       6,278       137,517      209,945                      Revenue Total                          43,205      -69%        49,945       43,745
                             243,405      243,405   101-418-5-101-00   Regular Pay                           245,037        1%       245,037      259,739
                                                    101-418-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                                         0%
                                 500          500   101-418-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                          500        0%           500          500
                              18,619       18,619   101-418-5-120-00   FICA                                   19,287        4%        19,287       20,444
                              14,603       14,603   101-418-5-121-09   Retirement                             15,127        4%        15,127       16,035
                              42,379       42,379   101-418-5-123-00   Group Insurance                        45,784        8%        45,784       50,362
                               1,784        1,784   101-418-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                  1,963       10%         1,963        2,159
         0            0      321,290      321,290                      Personnel Services Total              327,698        2%       327,698      349,240
                                 730          730   101-418-5-421-00   Insurance                                 810       11%           803          891
                                              150   101-418-5-422-03   Consulting                             20,500      100%             -          500
                      14         500          500   101-418-5-423-01   Publication/Recording Fees                500        0%           500          550
                                   -            -   101-418-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment              100        0%             -          100
                                 500        1,000   101-418-5-425-02   Maintenance Motor Vehicles                750       50%           500          750
                 5,843         1,000          700   101-418-5-425-05   Maintenance of Rental Buildings         2,000      100%         1,000        2,000
                               4,000        3,000   101-418-5-426-01   Office Supplies                         4,000        0%         3,000        4,400
                               1,500        1,500   101-418-5-426-03   General Supplies                        1,545        3%         1,500        1,590
                                 100          100   101-418-5-426-05   Photographic Supplies                     100        0%           100          100
                               1,000          500   101-418-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                       700      -30%         1,000          700
                                 800          800   101-418-5-426-10   Gasoline                                1,600      100%         1,000        1,800
                                 550          650   101-418-5-426-12   Tires                                     300      -45%           550          300
                               2,500        2,500   101-418-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                        3,000       20%         2,500        3,000
                               1,500        1,500   101-418-5-427-02   Registration & Training                 2,000       33%         1,500        2,000
                               2,520        3,100   101-418-5-428-01   Telephone                               3,500       39%         3,100        3,500
                      88         200          900   101-418-5-428-02   Electric & Water                        1,300      550%         1,300        1,350
                                 400          650   101-418-5-428-03   Heat                                    1,200      200%         1,200        1,250
                                 500          500   101-418-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                         700       40%           500          700
         0       5,945        18,300       18,780                      Operating Expense Total                44,605      144%        20,053       25,481




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  2010
 2007         2008        2009          2009                                                            2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual      Adopted      Estimated   Account            Description                      Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                  101-418-5-911-00   Buildings/Singles on Rental           6,000        0%         6,000            0
                             5,000         4,000 101-418-5-920-00    Furniture & Equipment                     0     -100%              -           0
                                                  101-418-5-930-00   Code Enforcement Vehicle             15,000                  15,000
                                                  101-418-5-950-01   Arc View Software for planning        4,900        0%         1,500         3,000
                           100,000       100,000 101-418-5-960-00    Street & Sidewalk Improvements            0     -100%              -            0
         0           0      105,000       104,000                    Capital Expense Total                25,900      -75%         22,500        3,000
         0       6,278      137,517       209,945                    Revenue Total                        43,205      -69%         49,945       43,745
         0       5,945      444,590       444,070                    Expenditure Total                   398,203      -10%        370,251      377,721




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                     2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                               2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                       Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                      ENGINEERING
   9,656      19,371             -             -   101-419-4-221-06   Housing Licenses                            0        0%              0            0
 158,955     149,163      154,700       154,700    101-419-4-223-01   Building Permits/Engineer Fees        155,000        0%        155,000      155,000
  10,884       8,753             -             -   101-419-4-441-01   Zoning & Subdivision Fees                   0        0%              0            0
                  90             -             -   101-419-4-446-16   Code Enforcement Inspection Fee             0        0%              0            0
      75          15           52            52    101-419-4-441-02   Publication Fees                           55        6%             55           55
   1,054          25          105           105    101-419-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                        110        5%            110          110
   1,449         269          515           515    101-419-4-441-09   Miscellaneous                             520        1%            520          520
   1824         5085        2,320         2,320    101-419-4-662-09   Vehicle Rentals                        2,400         3%         2,400        2,500
 183,897      182,771      157,692       157,692                      Revenue Total                         158,085        0%        158,085      158,185
 352,925      411,981     282,207       282,207    101-419-5-101-00   Regular Pay                          287,104         2%       287,104      304,330
  14,819        8,093       9,700         9,700    101-419-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                         10,088         4%        10,088        9,700
     166          722         500           500    101-419-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                             520         4%           520          500
     854          422         500           500    101-419-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                         500         0%           500          500
  25,968       30,565      22,294        22,294    101-419-5-120-00   FICA                                  23,856         7%        23,856       25,287
  21,226       25,000      16,903        16,903    101-419-5-121-09   Retirement                            18,105         7%        18,105       19,191
  55,226       60,450      31,444        31,444    101-419-5-123-00   Group Insurance                       34,596        10%        34,596       36,672
   5,378        4,048       2,938         2,938    101-419-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                 3,232        10%         3,232        3,426
 476,561      541,281     366,486       366,486                       Personnel Services Total             378,001         3%       378,001      399,607
   5,569        6,852       6,968         6,968    101-419-5-421-00   Insurance                              7,645        10%         7,645        7,675
   1,500            0      10,696        10,696    101-419-5-422-03   Consulting/Engineering                   700       -93%           700          720
     300            0         320           320    101-419-5-422-09   Testing Services                         330         3%           320          340
   1,093          952         500           500    101-419-5-423-01   Publication/Recording Fees               400       -20%           500          400
     801        1,158       1,052         1,052    101-419-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment           1,080         3%         1,052        1,110
     386          680       1,274         1,274    101-419-5-425-02   Maintenance Motor Vehicles             1,310         3%         1,274        1,350
     134            0         237           237    101-419-5-425-04   Maintenance of Equipment                 245         3%           237          250
   6,830        9,779       7,000         7,000    101-419-5-426-01   Office Supplies                        7,200         3%         7,000        7,400
   3,247        2,354       2,603         2,603    101-419-5-426-03   General Supplies                       2,681         3%         2,603        2,760
       0            0         103           103    101-419-5-426-05   Photographic Supplies                    106         3%           103          110
   1,915        2,438       2,063         2,063    101-419-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                    2,125         3%         2,063        2,180
   2,456        3,870       2,247         2,247    101-419-5-426-10   Gasoline                               2,310         3%         2,310        2,430
                               52            52    101-419-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies                     54         4%            52           55
       74           0         361           361    101-419-5-426-12   Tires                                    372         3%           361          325
    3,487       4,375       3,000         3,000    101-419-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                       3,000         0%         3,000        3,054
      820       3,152       2,000         2,000    101-419-5-427-02   Registration & Training                2,000         0%         2,000        2,000
    5,493       5,798       3,700         3,700    101-419-5-428-01   Telephone                              4,500        22%         3,700        4,600
      930       1,423       1,403         1,403    101-419-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                      1,440         3%         1,403        1,440
   35,033      42,831      45,579        45,579                       Operating Expense Total               37,498       -18%        36,323       38,199




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                               2010
 2007       2008        2009           2009                                                       2010                    City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted       Estimated   Account           Description                  Requested       % Incr     Proposed      Requested
  16,781           0             -            - 101-419-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                    -        0%              -           -
       0           0                            101-419-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment                        0%                      8,000
   3,351       3,013           -              - 101-419-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000          2,000           0%                      2,000
  20,132       3,013           -              -                    Capital Expense Total             2,000           0%             -       10,000
 183,897     182,771     157,692        157,692                    Revenue Total                   158,085           0%       158,085      158,185
 531,726     587,125     412,065        412,065                    Expenditure Total               417,499           1%       414,324      447,806




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                           2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    POLICE DEPARTMENT
   19,827     15,552       20,000       15,000   101-421-4-334-09   Grants                              11,670      -42%         20,000        15,000
    1,719      1,872        1,800        1,800   101-421-4-442-08   Alarm Surcharges                     1,800        0%          1,800         1,800
    2,691      4,213        3,200            -   101-421-4-442-10   Safety Town Fees                     3,200        0%          3,200         3,200
   12,225      1,120        1,000        3,100   101-421-4-446-10   Donations                                0     -100%          1,000         1,000
        0      2,850        3,000        4,640   101-421-4-446-11   Dare Donations                       1,000      -67%          3,000         1,000
   23,347     26,199       26,000       20,000   101-421-4-551-00   Court Fines                         25,000       -4%         26,000        26,000
   34,890     40,518       35,000       35,000   101-421-4-555-00   Parking Fines                       35,000        0%         35,000        35,000
    4,795      7,542        6,000        5,000   101-421-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                   6,000        0%          6,000         6,000
    1,987     17,162        1,400        1,800   101-421-4-442-09   Miscellaneous                        1,400        0%          1,400         1,400
        0           -       8,500        8,000   101-421-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets                 6,000      -29%          8,500        13,500
  101,480     117,028     105,900       94,340                      Revenue Total                       91,070      -14%        105,900       103,900
1,343,777   1,443,236   1,488,818    1,488,818   101-421-5-101-00   Regular Pay                     1,568,389         5%      1,547,820    1,662,492
   31,107      11,002      20,600       20,600   101-421-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                      20,600         0%         20,600       20,600
   37,171      37,332      55,000       55,000   101-421-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                       55,000         0%         37,500       55,000
    1,400       1,050       1,750        1,750   101-421-5-101-07   Clothing Allowance                  2,000        14%          2,000        2,000
       80         258         500          500   101-421-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                      500         0%            500          500
  102,132     108,175     120,006      120,006   101-421-5-120-00   FICA                              131,996        10%        130,485      139,916
  108,716     117,498     122,537      122,537   101-421-5-121-09   Retirement                        133,354         9%        131,774      141,355
  303,449     339,517     358,833      358,833   101-421-5-123-00   Group Insurance                   415,398        16%        407,082      440,322
   39,713      35,564      39,074       39,074   101-421-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation             43,672        12%         43,672       46,292
1,967,546   2,093,632   2,207,118    2,207,118                      Personnel Services Total         2,370,909        7%      2,321,433     2,508,478
   20,373      19,544      19,297       19,297 101-421-5-421-00     Insurance                          21,227        10%         21,227       23,350
    5,045       6,290       6,395        5,000 101-421-5-422-03     Consulting/Engineering              4,975       -22%          6,395        4,975
    1,722         662       1,500        3,000 101-421-5-422-06     Medical Services                    3,000       100%          1,500        3,000
    2,102         615       1,500        3,225 101-421-5-422-09     Testing Services                    3,000       100%          1,500        3,000
      664         477       1,000        1,500 101-421-5-424-01     Equipment Rental                    4,500       350%          1,000        4,500
    1,783         644       2,000            - 101-421-5-425-01     Maintenance Office Equipment        2,000         0%          2,000        2,000
   19,480      17,539      20,000       20,000 101-421-5-425-02     Maintenance Motor Vehicle          20,000         0%         20,000       20,600
      942         217       1,000        1,000 101-421-5-425-06     Maintenance Radio                   1,500        50%          1,000        1,700
    5,285       9,593       8,000        8,000 101-421-5-426-01     Office Supplies                     8,500         6%          8,000        8,500
   14,912      15,392      18,000       18,000 101-421-5-426-03     General Supplies                   19,600         9%         15,000       18,000
      462         351       1,000            - 101-421-5-426-05     Photographic Supplies                    -     -100%          1,000             -
      388         615         500          500 101-421-5-426-09     Subscriptions/Books                   500         0%            500          500
   49,744      55,600      65,000       55,000 101-421-5-426-10     Gasoline                           60,000        -8%         60,000       65,000
    1,921       3,660       3,500        3,500 101-421-5-426-12     Tires                               3,500         0%          3,500        3,500
    9,875       8,196      11,000       11,000 101-421-5-426-17     Uniforms                           11,500         5%         11,000       12,500
                                               101-421-5-426-30     Swat Tactical Supplies              3,000       100%          3,000        3,000
    4,087       5,153       4,900        4,900 101-421-5-427-01     Travel & Lodging                    7,000        43%          4,900        7,000
    2,605       2,955       8,000        8,000 101-421-5-427-02     Registration & Training            15,000        88%          8,000       15,000
    7,317       5,112       5,000        5,000 101-421-5-427-03     Gun Range Training Expenses         6,700        34%          5,000        6,700



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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                              2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                         2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                  Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
   8,851        8,700      10,200        9,700   101-421-5-428-01   Telephone                        10,220        0%         10,200       10,240
   1,529        2,258       1,800        1,800   101-421-5-428-02   Electric & Water                  1,850        3%          1,800        1,900
     722        2,372       1,700        2,100   101-421-5-428-08   Sirens                            2,000       18%          1,700        2,000
     616          295         800          800   101-421-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                 1,800      125%            800        1,800
      45          195       1,000        1,000   101-421-5-429-09   Reserve Expenses                  1,000        0%          1,000        1,000
       0          868       1,000        3,000   101-421-5-429-10   Dare Expenditures                 3,000      200%          1,000        3,000
   3,945        4,452       4,800        4,400   101-421-5-856-21   Miscellaneous                     5,000        4%          4,800        5,000
 164,415      171,755     198,892      189,722                      Operating Expense Total          220,372      11%        195,822       227,765
                                                                    Buildings                              0                                20,000
        0       6,700       4,000        4,000 101-421-5-920-00     Furniture & Equipment             6,000        50%              -            -
   69,162      57,035      58,786       58,786 101-421-5-930-00     Machinery & Auto Equipment       67,700        15%         67,700     102,700
   23,045       3,059      10,210       11,349 101-421-5-950-01     Capital less than $5,000         20,110        97%         17,410       8,700
   92,207      66,794      72,996       74,135                      Capital Expense Total             93,810       29%         85,110      111,400
  101,480     117,028     105,900       94,340                      Revenue Total                     91,070      -14%        105,900      103,900
2,224,168   2,332,181   2,479,006    2,470,975                      Expenditure Total              2,685,091        8%      2,602,365    2,847,642




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                               2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                           2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested     % Incr    Proposed      Requested
                                                                    FIRE DEPARTMENT
   46,984     54,676       47,000       47,000   101-422-4-335-06   Fire Insurance Premium              54,696     100%         54,696       54,696
   25,885           -           -            -   101-422-4-334-09   Grants                                   0       0%              -            0
        7           -           -          500   101-422-4-342-03   Fines/Fees                               0       0%              -            0
   10,170           -           -            -   101-422-4-446-10   Donations                                0       0%              -            0
                    -           -        5,000   101-422-4-446-16   Inspection Fees                      5,000       0%          5,000        5,000
   1,748         473                    20,495   101-422-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                       0       0%                           0
       0       1,821            -        3,500   101-422-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets                     0       0%             -             0
  84,793       56,970      47,000       76,495                      Revenue Total                       59,696     100%        59,696        59,696
 143,817      152,971     161,043      161,043   101-422-5-101-00   Regular Pay                       164,073        2%       164,073      173,917
   1,560        1,649      10,000       10,000   101-422-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                      10,000        0%        10,000       10,000
     400          340       2,000        2,000   101-422-5-101-05   On Call Pay                         2,000        0%         2,000        2,000
     650          425         600          600   101-422-5-101-09   Stipend                             1,200      100%         1,200          600
  10,233       11,004      13,874       13,874   101-422-5-120-00   FICA                               14,396        4%        14,396       15,260
  10,812       11,731      12,405       12,405   101-422-5-121-09   Retirement                         13,306        7%        13,306       14,104
  91,984       99,676      92,000       99,676   101-422-5-121-10   Retirement/Volunteer Firemen       99,676        8%        99,676       99,676
  30,114       34,227      36,349       36,349   101-422-5-123-00   Group Insurance                    39,997       10%        39,997       42,397
   9,494        7,948       8,696        8,696   101-422-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation              9,566       10%         9,566       10,140
   1,727        1,516       2,500        2,500   101-422-5-136-00   Wellness Reimbursement              2,500        0%         2,500        2,500
 300,791      321,487     339,467      347,143                      Personnel Services Total          356,714        5%       356,714      370,594
  16,110       20,446      20,826       20,992   101-422-5-421-00   Insurance                          23,090       11%        22,909       25,400
     385          249       4,058        4,000   101-422-5-422-06   Medical Services                    6,000       48%         6,000        6,000
   1,912        3,585       4,000        4,000   101-422-5-422-07   Contracting Services                4,000        0%         4,000        4,000
       0            0           -        1,700   101-422-5-424-01   Equipment Rental                    2,500      100%         2,500        2,500
  81,305       82,110      83,835       86,250   101-422-5-424-04   Hydrant Rental                     88,205        5%        88,205       93,000
      69          132         600          500   101-422-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment          600        0%           600          600
   1,799          487       1,000        1,600   101-422-5-425-02   Maintenance Motor Vehicles          2,000      100%         1,000        2,000
   3,731        6,339       4,500        7,000   101-422-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks                  6,000       33%         4,500        6,000
   4,701        1,745       6,000        2,000   101-422-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment               4,500      -25%         6,000        4,500
   1,267        2,196       2,000        1,500   101-422-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings               2,500       25%         2,000        2,500
   3,352        1,961       4,000        6,000   101-422-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                   4,000        0%         4,000        5,000
   6,190        4,260       4,000        4,000   101-422-5-426-01   Office Supplies                     4,500       13%         4,000        4,500
  34,440       21,433      32,000       29,000   101-422-5-426-03   General Supplies                   32,000        0%        32,000       34,000
     326          497         300          200   101-422-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                     300        0%           300          300
     406            0         150           25   101-422-5-426-05   Photographic Supplies               2,500     1567%           150        1,000
   1,307        1,141       1,200        1,200   101-422-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                 1,200        0%         1,200        1,300
   9,917       11,488      12,000       11,000   101-422-5-426-10   Gasoline                           12,000        0%        12,000       14,000
      60            0         700          500   101-422-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies                 500      -29%           700          700
   1,200            0       1,000        1,200   101-422-5-426-12   Tires                               4,000      300%         1,000        1,500
   6,335       12,203      14,000       20,000   101-422-5-426-17   Uniforms & Clothing                14,000        0%        14,000       14,000
     129          344         500          100   101-422-5-426-28   Extinguishing Agents                  500        0%           500          500



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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                         2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                    2010                 City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                            Requested     % Incr    Proposed       Requested
    3,869       3,764       5,000         3,800    101-422-5-426-29   Propane                                     5,000        0%          5,000        5,500
   13,894      19,093      15,000        15,000    101-422-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                           15,000        0%         15,000       17,000
    6,470       7,650       8,500         6,000    101-422-5-427-02   Registration & Training                     8,500        0%          8,500        8,500
    4,446       4,155       5,000         4,100    101-422-5-428-01   Telephone                                   5,000        0%          4,200        6,000
    9,898      11,106      11,000        11,000    101-422-5-428-02   Electric & Water                           11,000        0%         11,000       12,000
      965       1,865       2,000         1,900    101-422-5-429-01   Memberships & Dues                          2,000        0%          2,000        2,200
      867       9,096       2,500         2,500    101-422-5-429-06   Fire Hose Replacement                       5,000      100%          2,500        5,000
      653         289         500           260    101-422-5-429-08   Postage                                       500        0%            500          600
       10           0            -             -   101-422-5-429-09   Miscellaneous                                    -       0%               -            -
    5,724       4,950       5,000         6,000    101-422-5-429-10   Fire Safety Promotion                       6,000       20%          5,000        6,000
  221,734     232,584     251,169       253,327                       Operating Expense Total                   272,895        9%        261,264      286,100
        0      25,885       8,865         8,865    101-422-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment/Tough Books           8,000      -10%               -            -
  168,315     476,280     208,145       208,145    101-422-5-930-00   Engine 4 replaced + prin & int payme      883,145      324%        558,145      318,145
        0       7,900      34,983        34,983    101-422-5-940-00   USAR Gear                                  25,000      -29%         25,000             -
  168,315     510,065      251,993       251,993                      Capital Expense Total                      916,145     264%         583,145      318,145
   84,793      56,970      47,000        76,495                       Revenue Total                              59,696       27%         59,696       59,696
  690,840   1,064,136     842,629       852,463                       Expenditure Total                       1,545,754       83%      1,201,123      974,839




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                               2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                           2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   STREET DEPARTMENT
   7,563       9,903           -            -   101-431-4-334-09   Grants                                            0%             -             -
   3,063           0      10,000       10,000   101-431-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                 10,000         0%        10,000       10,000
  18,221      20,778      16,000       16,000   101-431-4-443-09   Miscellaneous                      16,000         0%        16,000       16,000
     800      25,000      50,000       60,000   101-431-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets               30,000       -40%        30,000       50,000
  29,647      55,681      76,000       86,000                      Revenue Total                       56,000      -26%        56,000        76,000
 535,834     568,071     599,754      599,754   101-431-5-101-00   Regular Pay                       566,091        -6%       566,091      599,754
  18,452      14,816      20,000       20,000   101-431-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                      20,000         0%        20,000       20,000
  18,069      13,703      25,000       25,000   101-431-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                       25,000         0%        25,000       25,000
     120         115           -            -   101-431-5-101-05   On Call Pay                              -                       -             -
      96           0         250          250   101-431-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                      250        0%            250          250
  41,066      41,576      48,455       48,455   101-431-5-120-00   FICA                               48,588        0%         48,588       48,455
  33,232      34,281      36,503       36,503   101-431-5-121-09   Retirement                         36,908        1%         36,908       36,503
  83,228     105,513     124,091      124,091   101-431-5-123-00   Group Insurance                   139,490       12%        139,490      124,091
  26,723      22,313      27,392       27,392   101-431-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation             30,132       10%         30,132       27,392
 756,820     800,388     881,445      881,445                      Personnel Services Total          866,459       -2%        866,459      881,445
  32,562      31,233      32,595       32,595   101-431-5-421-00   Insurance                          35,855       10%         35,855       39,441
       0         226         500          500   101-431-5-422-06   Medical Services                      500        0%            500          500
  43,240      31,626      55,000       55,000   101-431-5-422-07   Contracting Services               55,000        0%         55,000       55,000
     446         135         600          600   101-431-5-422-15   Drug & Alcohol Testing                600        0%            600          600
   1,287       1,354       1,341        1,341   101-431-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees          1,400        4%          1,341        1,500
     450         450         650          650   101-431-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment          650        0%            650          650
   6,692       9,337       8,000        9,000   101-431-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks                  9,000       13%          8,000        9,500
  30,136      21,833      12,720       15,000   101-431-5-425-04   Maintenance of Equipment           18,000       42%         12,720       20,000
   3,257       2,836       1,500        2,000   101-431-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings               3,000      100%          1,500        2,000
     714           0       2,222        2,222   101-431-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                   2,850       28%          2,222        2,850
       0           0      18,000       18,000   101-431-5-425-11   Maintenance Sweeper                18,000        0%         18,000       18,000
   7,433      18,297      40,000       40,000   101-431-5-425-13   Maintenance Curb & Gutter          68,100       70%         40,000       40,000
 128,801     183,829     192,000      192,000   101-431-5-425-14   Maintenance Street Sealing        205,000        7%        205,000      220,000
   2,230       2,189       2,063        2,100   101-431-5-426-01   Office Supplies                     2,100        2%          2,063        2,200
  12,942      26,952      12,891       18,000   101-431-5-426-03   General Supplies                   20,000       55%         15,000       22,000
   1,233       1,348       1,134        1,300   101-431-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                   1,300       15%          1,134        1,400
  37,887      30,761      60,000       50,000   101-431-5-426-10   Gasoline                           50,000      -17%         40,000       50,000
   2,300       5,494       3,094        3,900   101-431-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies               4,000       29%          4,000        4,200
  13,541       1,481       9,500        9,500   101-431-5-426-12   Tires                               9,500        0%          9,500       10,000
  28,636      32,069      36,000       36,000   101-431-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                        36,000        0%         35,000       37,000
     270         303       1,031        1,000   101-431-5-426-15   Chemicals                           1,000       -3%          1,031        1,000
   1,910       1,559       2,500        2,500   101-431-5-426-17   Uniforms                            2,500        0%          2,500        2,500
   5,598       6,885       7,116        7,116   101-431-5-426-18   Gravel                              7,200        1%          7,116        7,500
  54,825      53,264      60,000       60,000   101-431-5-426-19   Bituminous Material                60,000        0%         60,000       62,000
   3,985       7,096       8,250        9,754   101-431-5-426-20   Dust Control                       10,000       21%          8,250       10,000



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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                       2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                                  2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                           Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
  27,863       34,743      28,000       34,800   101-431-5-426-22   Salt & Calcium Chloride                   34,800        24%         30,000      34,800
   9,206       10,499      10,313       10,313   101-431-5-426-23   Sand                                      10,500         2%         10,500      11,000
  13,444       22,941      41,657       42,921   101-431-5-426-24   Street Paint & Signs                      25,000       -40%         25,000      27,000
     101          111       1,000        1,000   101-431-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                           1,000         0%          1,000       1,000
     445            0       1,000        1,000   101-431-5-427-02   Registration & Training                    1,000         0%          1,000       1,000
   4,491        4,438       3,600        4,500   101-431-5-428-01   Telephone                                  4,500        25%          4,500       4,700
   5,174        5,654       5,500        5,700   101-431-5-428-02   Electric & Water                           6,000         9%          5,700       6,000
  17,192       16,579      19,800       19,800   101-431-5-428-03   Heat                                      19,800         0%         19,800      20,000
 325,493      333,432     345,000      345,000   101-431-5-428-04   Street Lights & Traffic Signals          345,000         0%        345,000     345,000
       0          282         516          500   101-431-5-428-05   Hauling Service                              500        -3%            516         500
      35           35         155          100   101-431-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                            100       -35%            155         100
       7           14          50           50   101-431-5-429-04   Licenses                                      50         0%             50          50
  15,691       12,949      16,501       16,501   101-431-5-441-03   West Nile Grant Expenses                  16,500         0%         16,501      17,000
 839,516      912,234   1,041,799    1,052,263                      Operating Expense Total                1,086,305         4%      1,026,704    1,087,991
       0        1,464           -            - 101-431-5-920-00     Furniture & Equipment                           -                        -            -
 189,778      188,845     249,419      249,419 101-431-5-930-00     Machinery & Auto Equipment               270,419         8%         37,419     374,419
   8,157        1,450           -        3,000 101-431-5-950-01     Capital less than $5,000                   1,000                                 3,000
                                               101-431-5-960-00     Street Improvements                       46,500                    46,500
   30,634      97,008     221,000      230,000 101-431-5-960-00     Street Improvement/Digouts & Repair      516,000      133%         516,000     420,000
  228,568     288,767     470,419      482,419                      Capital Expense Total                     833,919      77%         599,919      797,419
   29,647      55,681      76,000       86,000                      Revenue Total                              56,000     -26%          56,000       76,000
1,824,905   2,001,389   2,393,663    2,416,127                      Expenditure Total                       2,786,683      16%       2,493,082    2,766,855




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                            2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                       2010                  City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                Requested     % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                    ANIMAL CONTROL
    3,668       2,801       3,000        2,500   101-442-4-221-04   Animal Licenses                  2,800       -7%           2,800         500
    6,500       3,750       7,500          500   101-442-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense               1,500      -80%           1,500       7,500
   11,081      11,427      12,000       12,000   101-442-4-445-02   Housing, Feed & Care            12,000        0%          15,000       3,000
      950         650         750          750   101-442-4-445-09   Fees                               500      -33%             750       1,500
    9,640      11,210       5,000        7,500   101-442-4-556-00   Animal at Large Fines            7,500       50%           8,000      12,000
   28,171      27,037      25,250       20,750                      Revenue Total                   21,500      -15%         25,250        24,000
   36,201      37,217      38,126       38,126   101-442-5-101-00   Regular Pay                    38,202         0%         38,202       40,494
   10,838      11,739      13,000       13,000   101-442-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                  13,000         0%         13,000       13,000
       33         179         500          500   101-442-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                      500         0%            500          500
        0           0         300          300   101-442-5-101-07   Clothing Allowance                300         0%            300          300
    3,303       3,437       4,049        4,049   101-442-5-120-00   FICA                            4,077         1%          4,077        4,322
    2,145       2,238       2,396        2,396   101-442-5-121-09   Retirement                      2,417         1%          2,417        2,562
   12,529      14,258      15,212       15,212   101-442-5-123-00   Group Insurance                16,733        10%         16,733       17,737
      955         876         897          897   101-442-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation            987        10%            987        1,046
   66,003      69,944      74,480       74,480                      Personnel Services Total        76,216        2%         76,216        79,961
      505         456         455          455   101-442-5-421-00   Insurance                         501        10%            501          551
      132         210         300          250   101-442-5-422-09   Testing Services                  300         0%            300          300
    1,197         997       1,100        1,400   101-442-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks              1,200         9%          1,100        1,000
      228       1,314           -          200   101-442-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings             750         0%               -            -
        0          84         600          600   101-442-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                 200       -67%            600          200
      599         358         500          200   101-442-5-426-01   Office Supplies                   500         0%            500          500
      758         796         600          600   101-442-5-426-03   General Supplies                  800        33%            600          800
      365         326         400          300   101-442-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                 400         0%            400          400
    4,893       4,274       6,000        4,000   101-442-5-426-10   Gasoline                        4,600       -23%          4,600        4,800
      500           0         500          100   101-442-5-426-12   Tires                             600        20%            500          300
      421          32         600          200   101-442-5-426-15   Chemicals                         300       -50%            600          300
      153         280         400          200   101-442-5-426-17   Uniforms                          400         0%            400          400
      808          47         850          200   101-442-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                  850         0%            850          850
      100         140         150            -   101-442-5-427-02   Registration & Training           150         0%            150          150
    1,818       1,810       1,900        1,900   101-442-5-428-01   Telephone                       2,000         5%          1,900        2,050
    2,565       2,380       2,800        3,000   101-442-5-428-02   Electric & Water                3,000         7%          2,800        3,100
                                             -   101-442-5-428-05   Hauling Services                     -                                      -
                                                 101-442-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                  25                                       -
   15,043      13,504      17,155       13,605                      Operating Expense Total        16,576        -3%         15,801       15,701
        0           0           -            - 101-442-5-911-00     Building & Structures                0        0%               -      100,000
        0           0           -            -                      Capital Expense Total                0        0%               -      100,000
   28,171      27,037      25,250       20,750                      Revenue Total                   21,500      -15%         25,250        26,500
   81,045      83,448     183,270      176,170                      Expenditure Total               92,792      -49%          92,017       95,662




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                              2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                         2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                  Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    RECREATION
 139,295      154,173     150,000      125,000   101-451-4-446-02   Swimming Pool Fees              150,000        0%        150,000      150,000
  88,902       90,475      95,000       90,000   101-451-4-446-03   Recreation Program Fees          90,000       -5%         90,000       90,000
   2,160        3,555       2,500        1,600   101-451-4-446-04   Brookings Art Center              2,000      -20%          3,000        2,000
  27,615       28,057      30,000       20,000   101-451-4-346-04   Aquatic Center Concessions       27,000      -10%         30,000       27,000
  47,734       65,220      50,000       85,000   101-451-4-446-07   Reimbursements                  100,000      100%        100,000      100,000
       6        1,004           -            -   101-451-4-669-02   Miscellaneous                          -                       -             -
 305,712      342,484     327,500      321,600                      Revenue Total                    369,000       13%       373,000       369,000
 166,172      181,379     191,700      191,700   101-451-5-101-00   Regular Pay                     194,155         1%       194,155      205,804
 338,185      373,726     365,000      365,000   101-451-5-101-01   Temporary Pay Recreation        295,000       -19%       265,000      295,000
                                                 101-451-5-101-XX   Temporary Pay Affiliate         100,000                  100,000      100,000
      375         416       1,000        1,000   101-451-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                      1,000         0%         1,000        1,000
    2,700       2,475       6,600        6,600   101-451-5-101-06   Car Allowance                     6,900         5%         6,900        6,900
   37,704      43,365      43,084       43,084   101-451-5-120-00   FICA                             46,205         7%        46,205       48,977
   10,061      11,147      11,891       11,891   101-451-5-121-09   Retirement                       12,539         5%        12,539       13,291
   27,474      31,569      33,755       33,755   101-451-5-123-00   Group Insurance                  37,294        10%        37,294       39,532
   16,938      15,805      19,617       19,617   101-451-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation           21,579        10%        21,579       22,874
  599,609     659,882     672,647      672,647                      Personnel Services Total         714,672        6%       684,672       733,378
   11,354      10,395      11,215       11,215   101-451-5-421-00   Insurance                        12,350        10%        12,350       13,600
    6,493       6,594      10,000        8,500   101-451-5-422-07   Contracting Services              9,000       -10%        10,000        9,500
   10,813      11,087       9,500        9,500   101-451-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees       10,500        11%         9,500       11,000
       81         333       1,000        1,000   101-451-5-425-02   Maintenance Motor Vehicle         1,000         0%         1,000        1,000
    3,242       5,058       4,000        6,000   101-451-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings             5,000        25%         4,000        5,000
    2,525       3,069       3,500        3,500   101-451-5-426-01   Office Supplies                   3,750         7%         3,500        4,000
      579       1,343       1,800        1,800   101-451-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                 2,000        11%         1,800        2,200
   25,676      18,148      20,500       21,000   101-451-5-426-07   Recreation Supplies              22,000         7%        20,500       23,000
        0           0         100          100   101-451-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                 100         0%           100          100
    1,005       1,077       1,800        1,000   101-451-5-426-10   Gasoline                          1,200       -33%         1,800        1,400
    7,981      10,268      10,000       11,000   101-451-5-426-17   Uniforms                         10,000         0%        10,000       10,000
      296       1,012       1,500        1,500   101-451-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                  1,500         0%         1,500        1,500
      660         890         600          600   101-451-5-427-02   Registration & Training             600         0%           600          600
    4,300       3,693       5,000        4,500   101-451-5-428-01   Telephone                         5,000         0%         5,000        5,500
    8,896       7,225      10,000        9,500   101-451-5-428-02   Electric & Water                  9,000       -10%         9,500        9,500
    4,094       4,763       6,000        5,500   101-451-5-428-03   Heat                              6,500         8%         5,500        7,000
       25          65         100          100   101-451-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                   100         0%           100          100
      633       1,849       1,100        1,100   101-451-5-429-08   Postage                           1,300        18%         1,100        1,700




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                 2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                              2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                       Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
  16,677      15,966      17,000       15,000   101-451-5-447-10   Aquatic Ctr Concession Supplies      18,000         6%        17,000       18,000
     200          30           -            -   101-451-5-459-00   Loss or Damage                             -                       -             -
     270         398         300          500   101-451-5-469-00   Credit Card Fees/Banking Fees           500        67%           300          500
   6,781       3,973       5,000        5,000   101-451-5-854-00   Refunds                               5,000         0%         5,000        5,000
 112,581     107,236     120,015      117,915                      Operating Expense Total              124,400        4%       120,150       130,200
       0           0       9,000        9,000   101-451-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                      0     -100%              0            0
   2,841           0           -            -   101-451-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000               2,000                                 2,000
   2,841           0       9,000        9,000                      Capital Expense Total                  2,000      -78%             -         2,000
 305,712     342,484     327,500      321,600                      Revenue Total                        369,000       13%       373,000       369,000
 715,032     767,118     801,662      799,562                      Expenditure Total                    841,072        5%       804,822       865,578




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                               2010
 2007       2008        2009          2009                                                          2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted      Estimated    Account           Description                    Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   PARKS
       0         172           -             -  101-452-4-346-04   Tennis Concessions                      -                         -           -
 266,449     273,294           -             -  101-452-4-446-01   Golf Fees                               -                         -           -
   3,593       3,609       3,500         3,000  101-452-4-446-04   Tennis Court Fees                   3,000       -14%          3,500       3,000
  58,206      62,077      55,000        65,000  101-452-4-446-05   Ice Arena Fees                     70,000        27%         70,000      75,000
  13,418      11,825      17,000        13,000  101-452-4-446-06   Camping Fees                       13,000       -24%         13,000      13,000
       0          10           -             -  101-452-4-446-07   Reimbursements                          -                         -           -
   6,843      13,028       3,000         3,000  101-452-4-446-08   Reimbursed Expense                  3,000         0%          3,000       3,000
  39,269      28,579     410,000       490,000  101-452-4-446-10   Donations                               -      -100%              -           -
  20,000      27,500      45,000        45,000  101-452-4-446-18   Ice Arena Donations                45,000         0%         45,000      45,000
                 295                            101-452-4-446-19   Mowing Services & Materials
   6,995       7,738       7,000         8,000 101-452-4-662-11    Garden Plot Rentals                 8,000       14%          8,000        8,000
       4         100            -             - 101-452-4-669-02   Miscellaneous Revenue                    -                        -            -
 414,777     428,227      540,500       627,000                    Revenue Total                     142,000       -74%        142,500     147,000
 440,406     467,546     361,118       361,118 101-452-5-101-00    Regular Pay                       359,557         0%       359,557      381,130
 170,252     164,405     149,500       149,500 101-452-5-101-01    Temporary Pay                     155,000         4%       155,000      155,000
   2,851       2,542       4,500         4,500 101-452-5-101-04    Overtime Pay                        5,500        22%         5,500        5,500
   2,100       2,100       1,200         1,200 101-452-5-101-06    Car Allowance                       1,200         0%         1,200        1,200
     160         279         500           500 101-452-5-101-10    Wellness Benefit                      500         0%           500          500
  43,548      44,047      39,508        39,508 101-452-5-120-00    FICA                               40,863         3%        40,863       43,315
  26,433      27,758      22,017        22,017 101-452-5-121-09    Retirement                         22,749         3%        22,749       24,114
  96,174     123,728     100,949       100,949 101-452-5-123-00    Group Insurance                   108,761         8%       108,761      115,287
  18,131      19,060      16,602        16,602 101-452-5-130-00    Workman's Compensation             18,263        10%        18,263       19,359
 800,055     851,465     695,894       695,894                     Personnel Services Total           712,393        2%       712,393       745,405
  26,695      26,579      26,538        26,538 101-452-5-421-00    Insurance                          29,200        10%        29,200       32,000
   1,106       5,000       4,500         4,000 101-452-5-422-03    Consulting/Engineering              4,500         0%         4,000        4,500
  60,338      67,271            -             - 101-452-5-422-04   Contracting Services/Pro                 -                        -            -
   1,320       3,456       3,000         2,000 101-452-5-422-07    Contracting Services                2,000       -33%         2,000        2,000
     131         315         350           400 101-452-5-422-15    Drug & Alcohol Testing                450        29%           350          500
     444       1,128         500           750 101-452-5-423-01    Publication /Recording Fees           750        50%           500          750
       0         100         300           300 101-452-5-423-05    Advertising/Promotion Fees            400        33%           300          500
   4,849       5,123       2,500         4,000 101-452-5-424-01    Equipment Rental                    3,500        40%         3,500        3,500
      40           0         500           400 101-452-5-425-01    Maintenance Office Equipment          500         0%           500          500
   1,568       3,439       4,500         4,500 101-452-5-425-02    Maintenance Motor Vehicle           4,500         0%         4,500        4,500
   3,530       3,453       2,500         2,500 101-452-5-425-03    Maintenance Trucks                  2,500         0%         2,500        2,500
  58,600      49,935      30,000        30,000 101-452-5-425-04    Maintenance Equipment              30,000         0%        30,000       30,000
  12,345      16,914            -        7,500 101-452-5-425-05    Maintenance Buildings              25,000                         -      15,000
      97         507         200           200 101-452-5-425-06    Maintenance Radio                     200        0%            200          200
  11,443       8,131      12,000        12,000 101-452-5-425-11    Maintenance Swimming Pool          22,000       83%         22,000       12,000
   1,713       1,312       1,250         1,750 101-452-5-426-01    Office Supplies                     1,750       40%          1,250        1,750
  43,426      42,981      40,000        40,000 101-452-5-426-03    General Supplies                   40,000        0%         40,000       40,000



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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                    2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                               2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                        Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
    7,530       6,835       4,000        6,000   101-452-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                       7,000        75%         4,000        7,000
   19,557      28,583      15,000       20,000   101-452-5-426-06   Horticulture Supplies                  25,000        67%        15,000       25,000
      693         502         750          750   101-452-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books                       750         0%           750          750
   31,127      35,864      40,000       30,000   101-452-5-426-10   Gasoline                               33,000       -18%        33,000       33,000
    2,465       3,094       2,000        3,000   101-452-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies                   3,000        50%         3,000        3,000
    2,012       4,207       2,000        3,000   101-452-5-426-12   Tires                                   3,000        50%         3,000        3,000
   13,108      19,574      16,000       15,000   101-452-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                            16,000         0%        15,000       17,000
   35,310      36,868      40,000       40,000   101-452-5-426-15   Chemicals                              40,000         0%        40,000       40,000
      192       2,242       1,500        2,000   101-452-5-426-17   Uniforms                                1,500         0%         1,500        1,500
    2,155         946       2,500        2,500   101-452-5-426-18   Gravel                                  2,500         0%         2,500        2,500
        0       2,500       2,500        2,500   101-452-5-426-19   Bituminous Material                     2,500         0%         2,500        2,500
        0       2,111      30,000       15,000   101-452-5-426-21   Bike Trail & Parking Lot sealing       30,000         0%        15,000       15,000
    3,153       3,739       4,000        3,000   101-452-5-426-23   Sand                                    3,000       -25%         4,000        3,000
      132         782         700          700   101-452-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                          700         0%           700          700
      630         692         500          500   101-452-5-427-02   Registration & Training                   500         0%           500          500
   10,562       9,849      11,000       10,500   101-452-5-428-01   Telephone                              11,000         0%        11,000       11,500
  135,042     139,305     150,000      150,000   101-452-5-428-02   Electric & Water                      160,000         7%       145,000      165,000
   53,030      84,182      60,000       65,000   101-452-5-428-03   Heat                                   70,000        17%        65,000       70,000
    1,056         723       1,250        1,000   101-452-5-428-05   Hauling Services                        1,000       -20%         1,000        1,000
      524         869         750          850   101-452-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                         850        13%           850          750
    1,093         403       1,400        1,400   101-452-5-429-08   Postage                                 1,500         7%         1,400        1,500
    3,190       3,969         500          750   101-452-5-469-00   Banking Fees/Credit Card Fees             850        70%           500          950
      515       1,367           -        1,000   101-452-5-854-00   Remit Revenue Collected                      -                       -             -
  550,720     624,850     514,988      511,288                      Operating Expense Total                580,900       13%       506,000       555,350
    7,630           0     740,000      740,000   101-452-5-911-00   Building & Structures                 125,000       -83%       125,000      375,000
   14,886       6,515      60,000       60,000   101-452-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                  50,000       -17%        25,000       15,000
   63,298      44,319     142,500      142,000   101-452-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment             75,000       -47%                     76,000
  111,064     273,108      72,784       72,000   101-452-5-940-00   Other Capital                         105,000        44%         50,000      50,000
        0       3,442           -            -   101-452-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                     -                        -            -
   24,377           0     147,190      145,000   101-452-5-960-00   Street & Sidewalk Improvements        255,000        73%         15,000      15,000
  221,255     327,384   1,162,474    1,159,000                      Capital Expense Total                  610,000      -48%        215,000      531,000
  414,777     428,227     540,500      627,000                      Revenue Total                          142,000      -74%        142,500      147,000
1,572,030   1,803,699   2,373,356    2,366,182                      Expenditure Total                    1,903,293      -20%      1,433,393    1,831,755




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                                                                  2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                          2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                     2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated   Account           Description                Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                  FORESTRY
   20,877           0           -       15,000 101-454-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense             10,000       100%         10,000            0
      947      21,707      20,000        5,000 101-454-4-441-09   Miscellaneous                  20,000         0%         10,000       20,000
                           10,640       10,640 101-454-4-334-07   State Grant                                -100%
                                               101-454-4-446-10   Donation                             0        0%             -             0
  21,823       21,707      30,640       30,640                    Revenue Total                   30,000       -2%        20,000        20,000
 161,889      159,024     174,806      179,773 101-454-5-101-00   Regular Pay                   211,740        21%       211,740      224,444
  13,200       16,095      25,000       17,500 101-454-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                  17,500       -30%        15,000       17,500
     233          492         750          750 101-454-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                      750         0%           750          750
       0            0         600          600 101-454-5-101-06   Car Allowance                     600         0%           600          600
  12,452       12,742      14,843       14,843 101-454-5-120-00   FICA                           18,258        23%        18,258       19,353
   9,740        9,622      10,592       10,592 101-454-5-121-09   Retirement                     13,270        25%        13,270       14,066
  43,411       28,258      25,889       25,889 101-454-5-123-00   Group Insurance                43,202        67%        43,202       45,794
   6,784        6,330       5,787        5,787 101-454-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation          6,366        10%         6,366        6,748
 247,708      232,563     258,267      255,734                    Personnel Services Total       311,686       21%       309,186       329,256
   3,532        3,750       4,059        4,059 101-454-5-421-00   Insurance                       4,500        11%         4,465        5,000
     294           45         200          200 101-454-5-422-15   Drug & Alcohol Testing            200         0%           200          200
   2,666        4,995       6,200        7,000 101-454-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks              6,000        -3%         6,200        6,000
   7,172        4,969       4,500        3,500 101-454-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment           4,500         0%         4,500        4,500
     995            0       1,000        1,000 101-454-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings           1,000         0%         1,000        1,000
       0            0         100            - 101-454-5-425-06   Operating Expense                 100         0%           100             -
     959        1,209       1,000        1,000 101-454-5-425-17   Maintenance Sidewalks           1,000         0%         1,000        1,000
   8,554        6,253       5,000        7,000 101-454-5-426-03   General Supplies                8,000        60%         5,000        8,000
  16,626       12,324      23,640       24,000 101-454-5-426-06   Horticulture Supplies          18,000       -24%        15,000       19,000
       0          118         150          150 101-454-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books               150         0%           150          200
  11,619       10,201      17,000       12,000 101-454-5-426-10   Gasoline                       14,000       -18%        13,000       14,000
     134          157         300          300 101-454-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies             300         0%           300          300
   1,427          840       2,000        1,500 101-454-5-426-12   Tires                           2,000         0%         2,000        2,000
   2,572        6,394       4,000        5,500 101-454-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                     6,000        50%         5,000        6,000
       0            0         400          400 101-454-5-426-15   Supplies                          500        25%           400          500
     182        1,154         750          700 101-454-5-426-17   Uniforms                        1,750       133%         1,700          750
      40            0           -            - 101-454-5-426-18   Gravel                               -                       -             -
                                         1,500 101-454-5-426-23   Sand                            1,500        0%          1,500        1,500
     810         665          500          400 101-454-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                  500        0%            500          500
     235         395          500          635 101-454-5-427-02   Registration & Training           500        0%            500          500
     864         942        1,000        1,100 101-454-5-428-01   Telephone                       1,200       20%          1,000        1,300




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                             2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                         2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                  Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
    2,770       3,474       4,000        4,000   101-454-5-428-03   Heat                             4,000        0%           4,000       4,500
    1,083       1,736       2,000        2,000   101-454-5-428-05   Hauling Service                  2,100        5%           2,000       2,200
      105         105         125          125   101-454-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                  150       20%             125         200
      312           0         200          300   101-454-5-429-08   Postage                            300       50%             300         250
   62,950      59,726      78,624       78,369                      Operating Expense Total          78,250       0%          69,940       79,400
                                               101-454-5-911-00     Buildings & Structures                0                                50,000
  59,306       43,585     135,000      130,000 101-454-5-930-00     Machinery & Auto Equipment            0     -100%              -       22,000
       0            0           -            - 101-454-5-950-01     Capital less than $5,000          2,500                                 2,500
  59,306       43,585     135,000      130,000                      Capital Expense Total             2,500      -98%             -        74,500
  21,823       21,707      30,640       30,640                      Revenue Total                   30,000        -2%        20,000        20,000
 369,964      335,874     471,891      464,103                      Expenditure Total               392,436      -17%       379,126       483,156




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                   2010
 2007       2008        2009          2009                                                              2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                      Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                     LIBRARY
  25,000      25,000      25,000        25,000    101-455-4-339-00   In Lieu of Taxes                      25,000       0%         25,000        26,000
   2,575       2,052            -             -   101-455-4-334-09   Grants                                     0       0%               -            0
   3,590       4,234       3,000         5,100    101-455-4-669-01   Miscellaneous                          6,900     130%          6,900         7,176
  31,165      31,286      28,000        30,100                       Revenue Total                         31,900      14%         31,900        33,176
 379,947     429,747     451,603       451,603    101-455-5-101-00   Regular Pay                         455,254        1%        455,254      482,569
  37,768      42,950      50,450        48,000    101-455-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                        51,000        1%         51,000       53,000
     155         388         500           600    101-455-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                        500        0%            500          500
  29,866      33,960      38,421        37,500    101-455-5-120-00   FICA                                 39,993        4%         39,993       42,393
  22,811      25,807      27,107        27,107    101-455-5-121-09   Retirement                           28,307        4%         28,307       30,005
  55,728      65,577      69,929        69,929    101-455-5-123-00   Group Insurance                      76,961       10%         76,961       81,579
   1,211       1,124       1,302         1,302    101-455-5-130-00   Workman's Compensation                1,433       10%          1,433        1,519
 527,486     599,553     639,312       636,041                       Personnel Services Total            653,448        2%        653,448      691,565
   7,455       6,951       7,144         7,153    101-455-5-421-00   Insurance                             7,860       10%          7,860        8,250
  41,212      40,740      44,000        41,000    101-455-5-422-08   Computer Services                    44,000        0%         44,000       44,000
     379         150         500           500    101-455-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees              500        0%            500          500
   2,376       2,376       2,450         2,000    101-455-5-424-01   Equipment Rental                      1,600      -35%          2,450        1,600
     895         895       1,500         1,500    101-455-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment          1,500        0%          1,500        1,500
   8,389      10,965       8,850        11,000    101-455-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment                11,000       24%          8,850       11,000
   1,567       1,463       1,850         1,850    101-455-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                 1,850        0%          1,850        1,850
     708         548         800           800    101-455-5-426-01   Office Supplies                         800        0%            800          800
  11,595      14,561      14,000        14,300    101-455-5-426-03   General Supplies                     14,500        4%         14,000       14,500
   2,300       3,107       2,165         2,200    101-455-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                     2,500       15%          2,165        2,700
  10,265       5,085       5,600         5,200    101-455-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                      5,800        4%          5,600        6,000
   6,945       7,136       7,700         6,800    101-455-5-428-01   Telephone                             6,000      -22%          6,800        6,000
  51,381      55,841      56,000        56,000    101-455-5-428-02   Electric & Water                     58,000        4%         56,000       59,000
  17,940      17,940      20,190        20,190    101-455-5-429-03   Cleaning Supplies                    20,190        0%         20,190       20,190
   4,009       3,916       4,500         4,500    101-455-5-429-08   Postage                               5,000       11%          4,500        5,000
 167,416     171,674     177,249       174,993                       Operating Expense Total             181,100        2%        177,065      182,890
                          80,000       130,000    101-455-5-911-00   Building & Structures                                               -
   6,595       6,573       7,000         7,000    101-455-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000             7,000          0%         7,000        7,000
  44,790      52,182      54,000        54,000    101-455-5-950-02   Adult Reading Level Books           54,000          0%        54,000       61,200
  17,981      15,679      13,700        14,000    101-455-5-950-03   Children Reading Level Books        13,700          0%        16,450       19,000
  14,229      13,862      16,500        16,500    101-455-5-950-04   Audio/Visual Material               16,500          0%        20,000       23,000
   7,560       8,091       8,300         8,400    101-455-5-950-05   Periodicals/Subscriptions            8,300          0%         8,300        8,400
   4,010       4,282       4,650         4,650    101-455-5-950-06   Large Print Books                    4,650          0%         6,400        8,000
       0           0       6,000         6,000    101-455-5-950-07   Young Adult Reading Level Book       6,000          0%         8,000        9,600
  95,164     100,669      190,150       240,550                      Capital Expense Total               110,150       -42%        120,150      136,200
  31,165      31,286      28,000        30,100                       Revenue Total                        31,900        14%        31,900        33,176
 790,067     871,896   1,006,711     1,051,584                       Expenditure Total                   944,698        -6%       950,663     1,010,655




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  2010
 2007         2008        2009         2009                                                             2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                      Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                     HISTORIC PRESERVATION
   19,941       17,040      25,000       25,000   101-457-4-334-08   Historic Grants                      25,000       0%          25,000       25,000
        0            0           -            -   101-457-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                        -       0%               -            0
   19,941       17,040      25,000       25,000                      Revenue Total                        25,000       0%          25,000       25,000
    1,561          851       2,000        2,000   101-457-5-426-03   General Supplies                      2,000       0%           2,000        2,000
      354            0         500          500   101-457-5-426-05   Photographic Supplies                   500       0%             500          500
    2,912        6,042       2,500        2,500   101-457-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                      5,000     100%           2,500        5,000
   13,451       14,036      23,000       23,000   101-457-5-428-00   Public Education                     20,608     -10%          23,000       20,719
      600          425         600          600   101-457-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                       600       0%             600          600
   18,878       21,354      28,600       28,600                      Operating Expense Total              28,708       0%          28,600       28,819
   19,941       17,040      25,000       25,000                      Revenue Total                        25,000       0%          25,000       25,000
   18,878       21,354      28,600       28,600                      Expenditure Total                    28,708       0%          28,600       28,819

                                                                     APPROPRIATION/SUBSIDIES
  18,000        18,000      21,000       21,000 101-495-5-856-03     Brookings Arts Council               21,000        0%        21,000       21,000
   7,000         7,000       8,000        8,000 101-495-5-856-04     Community Band Subsidy                8,000        0%         8,000        8,000
       0         5,000       5,000        5,000 101-495-5-856-05     SDSU Safe Ride                        5,000        0%         5,000        5,000
  56,733             0           -            - 101-495-5-856-06     Taxi Subsidy                              -                       -            -
  25,000        56,250      60,000       60,000 101-495-5-856-07     Brookings Area Transit Authori       70,000      17%         60,000       60,000
  15,000        15,000      15,000       15,000 101-495-5-856-08     East Central Mental Health           15,000       0%         15,000       15,000
     690           526       1,000        1,000 101-495-5-856-11     Christmas Decorations Subsidy         1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
 223,200       207,200     207,200      207,200 101-495-5-856-37     School District Subsidy             207,200       0%        207,200      207,200
  10,000        10,000      10,000       10,000 101-495-5-856-49     4th of July Subsidy                  10,000       0%         10,000       10,000
                   500       5,834        5,834 101-495-5-856-68     Juvenile Justice Grant                5,834       0%          5,834        5,834
         0           0           -            - 101-495-5-856-68     My Neighbor                           5,000     100%              -        5,834
                                                101-495-5-856-68     Harvest Table                         5,000     100%                           -
                                                101-495-5-856-68     SDSU McCory Gardens               1,000,000     100%                           -
                                                101-495-5-856-68     United Retirement Center            122,376     100%                           -
                                                101-495-5-856-68     CASA                                  5,000     100%                           -
  40,000        75,000      75,000       75,000 101-495-5-856-69     Boys & Girls Club Subsidy           125,000      67%         75,000       75,000
 395,623       394,476     408,034      408,034                      Expenditure Total                 1,605,410     293%        408,034      413,868




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                                                                       2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                         2010
  2007         2008         2009           2009                                                               2010                  City Manager     2011
 Actual       Actual       Adopted       Estimated     Account         Description                          Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                       TRANSFER OUT TO OTHER FUNDS
   266,500      284,000      153,000        153,000 101-495-7-899-01   Transfer out to Airport                 215,000       41%         215,000     153,000
         0      355,000            -              - 101-495-7-899-02   Transfer out to Industrial Dev                -                         -           -
         0                         -              - 101-495-7-899-23   Transfer out to Streetscape                   -                         -           -
                                                    101-495-7-899-     Transfer out Innovation Campus Prj    2,000,000                 2,000,000
   330,000      348,192      300,000        300,000 101-495-7-899-03   Transfer out to Swiftel                 300,000         0%        300,000     300,000
                             100,000        100,000 101-495-7-899-08   Transfer out to Special Assessment       26,325       -74%         26,325           -
                              42,800         42,800 101-495-7-899-14   Transfer out to Storm Drainage                -      -100%              -           -
         0            0      145,000        145,000 101-495-7-899-04   Transfer out to Edgebrook Golf          145,000         0%        120,400     110,000
   596,500      987,192      740,800        740,800                    Funding Other Funds                   2,686,325       263%      2,661,725     563,000


                                                                       GENERAL FUND TOTALS
12,670,881   12,983,534    14,102,672    14,186,745                    Total Revenue                        13,654,472       -3%      13,642,392 13,278,246
 6,449,560    6,948,430     7,298,857     7,296,968                    Total Personal Services               7,639,294        5%       7,552,849  8,012,708
 2,581,702    2,810,694     3,124,971     3,089,054                    Total Operating Expenses              3,581,010       15%       3,221,793  3,326,690
   395,623      394,476       408,034       408,034                    Total Appropriation/Subsidies         1,605,410                   408,034    413,868
   596,500      987,192       740,800       740,800                    Total Transfer Out to other Funds     2,686,325                 2,661,725
 1,151,382    2,018,977     2,630,057     2,688,122                    Total Capital                         2,789,949        6%       1,797,991  2,172,399
11,174,767   13,159,769    14,202,719    14,222,978                    Total Expenses                       18,301,988       29%      15,642,392 13,925,666
 1,496,114     (176,235)     (100,047)      (36,233)                   Total Net Rev or (Net Costs)         (4,647,516)    4545%      (2,000,000)  (647,420)
 5,097,123    3,803,859     3,703,812     3,779,363                    General Fund Cash Balance             1,446,372                 1,779,363
 1,182,778    2,314,525     2,314,525     2,314,525                    Restricted Cash                               0                         0
 5,074,482    2,361,366     2,670,377     2,670,377                    Reserved Fund Balance                   355,852
 1,182,778    5,043,690     4,564,382     4,439,877                    Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                           2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                             2010
 2007         2008         2009           2009                                                                  2010                    City Manager      2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted       Estimated       Account            Description                        Requested       % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                           RETAIL DEVELOPMENT
         0           0              -               -   211-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from General Fund                                           -
         0           0              -               -                      Transfer from other funds                      0                        -             0
         0       3,244                              -   211-000-5-428-02   Electric and Water                             0                                      0
         0       6,496              -               -   211-000-5-428-03   Heat                                           0                        -             0
         0                          -               -   211-000-5-910-00   Land                                           0                        -             0
         0       9,740              -               -                      Expenditure Total                              0                        -             0
                -9,740                                                     Net Cost
   2,754        1,865         1,865          1,865                         Retail Development Cash Bal             1,865                      1,865             0
 314,500      314,500       314,500        314,500                         Restricted Cash                       314,500                    314,500
 316,365      316,365       316,365        316,365                         Fund Balance                          316,365

                                                                           25% SALES & USE TAX
1,082,564     1,250,898   1,168,750      1,193,750      212-000-4-113-02   Sales & Use Tax                     1,200,000           3%      1,200,000     1,285,603
        0        21,250           -              -      212-000-4-661-00   Interest Income                             -                            -            -
   35,821        16,042      15,000         10,000      212-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest                  10,000                      10,000        12,000
   72,400             0           -              -      212-000-4-342-99   Fire Truck Delivery Penalty                 -                            -            -
                      0           -              -      212-000-4-441-08   Wildfire Reimbursement                      -                            -            -
1,190,785     1,288,190   1,183,750      1,203,750                         Revenue Total                       1,210,000           2%      1,210,000     1,297,603
  543,890       960,767   1,421,331      1,421,331  212-000-7-899-00       Transfer out General Fund             698,145         -51%        910,374       500,000
                455,000                             212-000-7-899-02       Transfer out to Industrial Lands                                         -
   199,529      222,720     226,843        200,000 212-000-7-899-10        Transfer out E911                     190,000         -16%        190,000      210,000
   743,419    1,638,487   1,648,174      1,621,331                         Funding Other Funds                   888,145         -46%      1,100,374      710,000
   447,366     -350,297     -464,424       -417,581                        Net Revenue/Cost                       321,855       -169%         109,626      587,603
1,261,154      956,732      492,308        539,151                         25% Sales & Use Tax Cash Bal           861,006                    648,777
  151,916      151,916      151,916        151,916                         Restricted Cash                       151,916
1,075,500    1,212,412    1,212,412      1,212,412                         Reserved Fund Balance
   47,411            0            0              0                         Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                        2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                           2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                                 2010                    City Manager      2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                         Requested       % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                        75% PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT/SALES & USE TAX
3,712,740    3,773,029    3,506,250     3,581,250    213-000-4-113-02   Sales & Use Tax                        3,600,000         3%      3,600,000     3,708,000
  117,547       59,418            -             -    213-000-4-661-00   Interest Income                                 -                        -             -
  101,787       73,552       42,000        42,000    213-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest                     42,000         0%         42,000        50,000
   77,000       61,600       46,200        46,200    213-000-4-446-10   Donations                                 30,800       -33%         30,800        15,400
                                                                        Transfer in from Special Assessment                                              250,000
4,009,074    3,967,599    3,594,450     3,669,450                       Revenue Total                          3,672,800         2%      3,672,800     4,023,400
  100,000       100,000     100,000       100,000  213-000-5-856-72     Boys & Girls Club Cap Impv/2010          100,000         0%        100,000             -
        0             0      40,000        40,000  213-000-5-940-01     Other Capital - Swiftel Center                        -100%
   25,000             0           -       500,000  213-000-5-856-67     SDSU Wellness Center                            -        0%             -              -
  150,000       150,000     150,000       150,000  213-000-5-856-76     SDSU Research Park                       150,000         0%       150,000              -
   30,000                                          213-000-5-856-77     URC Child Care Center                           -        0%                            -
1,578,000    1,638,000    1,678,000     1,678,000 213-000-5-470-01      Bond Principal Payments                1,723,000         3%      1,723,000     1,773,000
  802,389      746,344      682,707       682,707 213-000-5-470-02      Bond Interest Payments                   619,434        -9%        619,434       671,916
    1,200        1,200        1,200         1,200 213-000-5-470-03      Debt Service Costs                         1,200         0%          1,200         1,200
2,686,589    2,635,544     2,651,907     3,151,907                      Expenditure Total                       2,593,634       -2%       2,593,634    2,446,116
        0            0      135,000       135,000 213-000-7-899-00      Transfer out General Fund                       -     -100%                      100,000
                                                                        Transf Spl Assmnt/S Main Swr Extension   500,000                  500,000
   70,000      191,030      103,970       103,970 213-000-7-899-03      Transfer out-Swiftel CIP                 350,000      237%        350,000        70,000
                                                                        Transfer out-Swiftel Design              300,000                  300,000
   81,783    1,489,560                             - 213-000-7-899-25   Transfer out-Streetscape Project
                                                                        Transfer out-General Fund                691,000                   691,000      820,000
                                                                        Transfer out-Edgebrook Golf Course       170,000                   170,000
                                                                        Transfer out-Airport                     294,880                   294,880       500,000
         0            0     141,000        40,000 213-000-7-899-26      Transfer out-Bike Trail Project          101,000      -28%         101,000              -
                                                   213-000-7-899-       Transfer out-Innovation Campus Proj      694,000      100%         694,000              -
   151,783   1,680,590      379,970       278,970                       Funding Other Funds                    3,100,880                 3,100,880     1,490,000
 1,170,702     -348,535      562,573       238,573                      Net Revenue/Cost                       -2,021,714                -2,021,714        87,284
1,579,047    3,329,768    3,892,341     2,630,837                       75% Sales & Use Tax Cash Bal              609,123                  609,123
4,174,923      399,923      399,923     1,900,000                       Restricted Cash                        1,900,000
             1,775,000    1,775,000     1,775,000                       Restricted Debt Reserve Cash           1,775,000
2,925,000    3,420,000    3,324,923     3,324,923                       Reserved Fund Balance                  1,775,000
2,073,471    2,400,639    2,400,639     2,697,962                       Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                    2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                              2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated    Account           Description                        Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    ENHANCED 911
 150,000      170,816     170,000       170,000 214-000-4-338-05    911 Telephone Surcharge                247,500      46%         247,500      250,000
                                                                    Transfer in Surcharge Balances         125,000                  125,000            0
                                                                    Brookings County 1/3 call demand        95,000                   95,000      110,739
 199,529      222,720     226,843       210,431 214-000-6-700-03    Brookings City 2/3 call demand         190,000      -16%        190,000      221,478
                                                 214-000-4-661-01   Interest Income                          3,000                    3,000        3,000
 349,529      393,536     396,843       380,431                     Revenue & Transfer from funds          660,500      66%         660,500      585,217
 238,684      273,150     282,798       282,798 214-000-5-101-00    Regular Pay                           326,324       15%        326,324      336,114
   5,969        5,991      10,000        10,000 214-000-5-101-04    Overtime Pay                           10,000        0%         10,000       10,000
       0            0            -             - 214-000-5-101-07   Clothing Allowance                           -       0%               -            -
       0           39         240           240 214-000-5-101-10    Wellness Benefit                          240        0%            240          240
  17,700       19,983      22,586        22,586 214-000-5-120-00    FICA                                   23,367        3%         23,367       24,068
  14,880       16,703      17,714        17,714 214-000-5-121-09    Retirement                             18,327        3%         18,327       18,877
  49,468       60,336      64,444        64,444 214-000-5-123-00    Group Insurance                        87,646       36%         87,646       87,647
     696          649         723           723 214-000-5-130-00    Workmans Compensation                     796       10%            796          796
 327,398      376,851      398,505       398,505                    Personnel Services Total               466,700      17%         466,700      477,742
                                                 214-000-5-422-06   Database Services                       55,000                   55,000       56,500
                                                 214-000-5-422-02   Professional Fees                        5,000                    5,000        5,000
                                                 214-000-5-422-16   Mapping & Signage                        5,000                    5,000        5,000
    3,850       3,850       3,850         3,850 214-000-5-424-01    Equipment Rental                         3,850        0%          3,850        3,850
                                                 214-000-5-425-04   Repair & Maintenance Eqp                 4,000                    4,000        4,000
      700         682           -              - 214-000-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                          500       0%             500          500
    1,197          71       1,250         1,250 214-000-5-426-01    Office Supplies                          1,250       0%           1,250        1,250
    1,138         745       1,300         1,300 214-000-5-426-03    General Supplies                         5,100     292%           5,100        5,100
      208           0         125           125 214-000-5-426-09    Subscriptions/Books                        125       0%             125          125
    1,011         948       1,200         1,200 214-000-5-426-17    Uniforms                                 1,500      25%           1,500        1,500
     -136         717           -              - 214-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                         3,000       0%           3,000        3,000
      218         218           -              - 214-000-5-427-02   Registration & Training                      0       0%               0            0
    2,840       2,459       3,000         3,000 214-000-5-428-01    Telephone                               11,000     267%          11,000       11,000
      528         552         650           650 214-000-5-429-01    Membership & Dues                          650       0%             650          650
      169           0           -              - 214-000-5-442-09   Miscellaneous                                0       0%               0            0
                                                                    Capital Reserve                         32,275                   36,508       10,000
   11,723      10,242      11,375        11,375                     Operating Expense Total               128,250     1027%        132,483      107,475




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                                                                         2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                        2010
 2007         2008         2009           2009                                                               2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted       Estimated     Account            Description                       Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
         0            0             0               0 214-000-5-920-00   Server for Dispatch & Software         10,000                   17,100            0
                                                      214-000-5-940-00   Software & Support-Bullberry            9,300                    9,300            0
                                                      214-000-5-940-00   Software & Support-Justice Lite        26,250                   26,250            0
                                                      214-000-5-940-00   Software & Support-Pictometry          20,000                    8,667            0
         0            0             0               0 214-000-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                    0                        0            0
         0            0             -               -                    Capital Expense Total                  65,550                   61,317            0
                                                                         Revenue & Cash Transfer Total         660,500                               585,217
 327,398      376,851       398,505        398,505                       Personnel Services Total             466,700       17%        466,700      477,742
   11,723       10,242       11,375         11,375                       Operating Expense Total              128,250     1027%        132,483      107,475
        0            0             -              -                      Capital Expense Total                  65,550                  61,317             0
  339,121      387,093       409,880        409,880                      Expenditure Total                     660,500       61%        660,500      585,217
   10,408        6,443       -13,037        -29,449                      Net Revenue/Cost                            0     -100%              0            0
  34,792       42,486        29,449              0                       Enhanced E911 Cash Balance             37,045                  36,508        46,508
  22,918       39,770        26,733         10,321                       Fund Balance                          10,321




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                             2010                 City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                     Requested     % Incr    Proposed       Requested
                                                                      SWIFTEL CENTER
        0           0            -             -   224-000-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets                      0       0%               -            0
1,354,373   1,017,187   1,220,926     1,220,926    224-000-4-669-02   Miscellaneous Revenues            1,326,956       9%       1,326,956    1,393,304
  330,000     348,192     300,000       300,000    224-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from General Fund       300,000       0%         300,000      300,000
        0           0      16,689        16,689    224-000-6-700-13   Transfer in from 3rd B Tax           14,378     -14%          14,378       13,684
   70,000     191,030     103,970       103,970    224-000-6-700-04   Transfer in Sales & Use Tax         350,000     237%         650,000      188,000
1,754,373   1,556,409   1,641,585     1,641,585                       Revenue & Transfer from funds     1,991,334      21%      2,291,334     1,894,988
  589,056     625,128     694,790       694,790    224-000-5-101-02   Personnel Services                  791,766      14%        791,766       823,437
  589,056     625,128      694,790       694,790                      Personnel Services Total            791,766      14%         791,766      823,437
  103,813      87,826      88,283        88,283    224-000-5-422-07   Contracted Services                  93,303       6%          93,303       97,035
  215,654     218,634     229,150       229,150    224-000-5-424-06   Occupancy                           278,595      22%         278,595      289,739
   14,399      10,425      16,615        16,615    224-000-5-427-01   Travel and Motor Vehicle             16,215      -2%          16,215       16,864
                    0            -             -   224-000-5-429-00   Miscellaneous Expense                     0                        0            0
  687,430     386,462     486,014       486,014    224-000-5-429-09   Services/Operations                 437,970     -10%         437,970      455,489
   18,479      21,228      22,763        22,763    224-000-5-669-02   General Administrative               23,485       3%          23,485       24,424
1,039,776     724,575     842,825       842,825                       Operating Expense Total             849,568       1%        849,568       883,551
   70,311     306,449     103,970       103,970    224-000-5-940-01   Capital                             350,000     237%        650,000       188,000
   70,311     306,449     103,970       103,970                       Capital Expense Total               350,000     237%        650,000       188,000
1,699,143   1,656,152    1,641,585     1,641,585                      Expenditure Total                 1,991,334      21%       2,291,334    1,894,988
1,754,373   1,556,409    1,641,585     1,641,585                      Revenue Total                     1,991,334      21%       2,291,334    1,894,988
   55,230     -99,743            0             0                      Net Revenue/Cost                          0                        0            0
  108,233       8,490        8,490         8,490                      Swiftel Center Cash Balance           8,490
   37,393      81,796       81,796        81,796                      Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                            2010                  City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated   Account            Description                      Requested     % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                    LIBRARY FINES
      569         297         500           500 226-000-4-661-00    Interest - Investments                  500         0%            500          500
   28,352      28,043      30,000        30,000 226-000-4-559-00    Fines - Library                      30,000         0%         30,000       30,000
                   53                            226-000-4-446-10   Miscellaneous                                       0%
   28,920      28,393      30,500        30,500                     Revenue Total                        30,500         0%         30,500       30,500
   26,239      33,197      35,000        35,000 226-000-5-899-99    Other Expenses                        35,000        0%         35,000        35,000
   26,239      33,197      35,000        35,000                     Other Expense Total                   35,000        0%         35,000        35,000
    2,681      -4,804       -4,500        -4,500                    Net Revenue/Cost                      -4,500        0%          -4,500       -4,500
   31,515      26,711       22,211        22,211                    Library Fines Cash Balance            17,711
               26,727       22,227        22,227                    Unreserved Fund Balance

                                                                    LIBRARY DONATIONS
    4,008       3,559       1,500         1,500 227-000-4-661-00    Interest - Investments                1,500         0%          1,500         1,500
   31,275      26,723      30,000        30,000 227-000-4-446-10    Donations                            30,000         0%         30,000        30,000
                   69                            227-000-4-446-10   Miscellaneous
   35,283      30,351       31,500        31,500                    Revenue Total                        31,500         0%          31,500       31,500
   32,412      37,590      35,000        35,000 227-000-5-899-99    Other Expenses                       35,000         0%         35,000        35,000
                           80,000        80,000 227-000-7-899-00    Transfer out General Fund                 0      -100%               -            0
  32,412       37,590     115,000       115,000                     Other Expense Total                  35,000       -70%         35,000        35,000
   2,871       -7,239      -83,500       -83,500                    Net Revenue/Cost                     -3,500       -96%          -3,500       -3,500
 111,260      104,021       20,521        20,521                    Library Donations Cash Balance       17,021
 112,494      105,255       21,755        21,755                    Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                        2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                    2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                              2010                City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                      Requested    % Incr    Proposed      Requested
                                                                        INDUSTRIAL PARK
     7,461          436            -             -   278-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income              -        0              -           -
     6,561        4,509       2,500         1,800    278-000-4-661-05   Loan Interest                           308 -0.8768             308           -
         0        5,390       6,000        10,000    278-000-4-848-12   Rentals                               6,000        0          6,000       6,000
    55,800      227,001      50,000              -   278-000-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets                      -       -1              -      50,000
   422,000            0            -             -   278-000-4-669-02   Miscellaneous                             -        0              -           -
         0      355,000            -             -   278-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from General Fund             -        0              -           -
   180,000      455,000            -             -   278-000-6-700-04   Transfer In from S&U Tax                           0
   671,822    1,047,336      58,500        11,800                       Revenue & Transfer from funds        6,308     -89%           6,308      56,000
    54,123       23,446      15,000        15,000    278-000-5-422-03   Consulting/Engineering                       -100%                            -
       368            0            -             -   278-000-5-701-00   Cost of Land Sold                         -        0              -           -
    54,491       23,446      15,000        15,000                       Other Expenses                            -  -100%                -           -
   405,561      405,561            -             -   278-000-5-910-00   Land                                      -        0              -           -
   900,502      388,470     111,530       111,530    278-000-5-960-00   Street & Sidewalk Improvements               -100%
 1,306,063      794,031     111,530       111,530                       Total Capital                             -  -100%                -            -
  -688,732      229,859      -68,030      -114,730                      Net Revenue/Cost                      6,308 -109%             6,308       56,000
   262,228      176,129       35,655       120,925                      Industrial Park Cash Balance        127,233                 127,233
   127,556      127,556      200,000             0                      Restricted Cash                           0                       0
1,362,378    2,312,776    2,312,776     2,112,776                       Reserved Fund Balance
   315,804      156,495       72,928        72,928                      Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                         2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                 2010                    City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                         Requested       % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                      SPECIAL ASSESSMENT
   26,301      15,716      41,000        28,500    280-000-4-663-43   Special Assessment Deferred               60,000        46%         60,000      40,000
   10,463       5,596       6,000         8,000    280-000-4-663-44   Special Assessment Interest                5,000       -17%          5,000       5,000
   23,605      13,897     700,000       713,500    280-000-4-663-45   Special Assessment Current                25,000       -96%         25,000
    2,029       1,697         400           400    280-000-4-663-46   Special Assessment Delinquent                   -     -100%              -         500
                                                                      Special Assessment Sewer Hook up                                               500,000
    9,603       4,544       3,094             - 280-000-4-661-01      Money Market Interest Income                    -     -100%             -
                          100,000       100,000 280-000-4-700-00      Transfer in-General Fund                 266,325       166%        26,325
                                                                      Transfer in 75% P & I Fund/S Main Sewer Extension                 500,000
   72,001      41,450     850,494       850,400                       Revenue & Transfer from funds            356,325       -58%       616,325      545,500
   23,828     403,753     935,000       470,000 280-000-5-960-00      Street & Sidewalk Improvements           980,000         5%       110,000      110,000
                                                                      S Main Ave Sewer Line Extension          500,000                  500,000
                                        380,000 280-000-7-899-23      Transfer Out-Streetscape
                                                                      Transfer Out-75% Public Improve                                                250,000
   23,828     403,753     935,000       850,000                       Capital Expense Total                  1,480,000       58%        610,000      360,000
   48,173    -362,303      -84,506           400                      Net Revenue/Cost                       -1,123,675    1230%           6,325      185,500
  352,207      50,537      -33,969        50,937                      Special Assessment Cash Bal            -1,072,738                   57,262
   45,000                        0             0                      Restricted Cash
 120,000           0            0             0                       Reserved Fund Balance
  228,724      30,051      -54,455        30,451                      Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                 2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                           2010                  City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested     % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                     STORM DRAINAGE
 410,771      446,089     430,000       430,000   282-000-4-112-01   Drainage Fees                     645,000        50%        645,000      645,000
   2,221        3,975       1,500         2,800   282-000-4-112-02   Delinquent Drainage Fees                -      -100%              -            -
  72,257       71,966      72,455        72,455   282-000-4-112-03   Drainage Fees/Direct Billing      108,680        50%        108,680      108,680
   1,288          736           -             -   282-000-4-669-02   Miscellaneous                           -         0%              -            -
       4          237           -             -   282-000-4-112-04   Drainage Fees Interest                  -         0%              -          200
       0        4,507       4,000         4,000   282-000-4-661-00   Interest Income                         -      -100%              -            -
  13,317                    3,100         3,100   282-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income            -                         -            -
                                                                     Proceeds from Debt SRF Loan     3,720,738                 3,720,738
                           42,800        42,800   282-000-4-700-00   Transfer in-General Fund                -      -100%              -              -
 499,858      527,510     553,855       555,155                      Revenue Total                   4,474,418       708%      4,474,418       753,880
  51,917       38,699      53,717        53,717   282-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                        48,777        -9%         48,777        51,704
       0        8,834      13,000        13,000   282-000-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                      13,000         0%         13,000        13,000
     466            4       1,000         1,000   282-000-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                        1,000         0%          1,000         1,000
   3,886        3,624       5,180         5,180   282-000-5-120-00   FICA                                4,901        -5%          4,901         5,195
   3,137        2,322       3,283         3,283   282-000-5-121-09   Retirement                          3,064        -7%          3,064         3,248
  13,336       11,673      14,701        14,701   282-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                     7,684       -48%          7,684         8,145
   2,850        1,752       1,626         1,626   282-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation               1,789        10%          1,789         1,896
  75,592       66,908      92,507        92,507                      Personnel Services Total           80,215       -13%         80,215        84,188
 141,078       88,567      50,000        50,000   282-000-5-422-03   Consulting/Engineering             50,000         0%         50,000        50,000
  56,665       66,013      55,000        55,000   282-000-5-425-10   Maintenance Storm Sewer            60,000         9%         60,000        60,000
   1,468          643         500           500   282-000-5-429-07   Miscellaneous                       1,000       100%          1,000         1,000
                                                                     Prin & Interest                                                           300,000
      576         574       1,000         1,000 282-000-5-429-09     Miscellaneous                       2,000      100%           2,000         2,000
  199,786     155,797     106,500       106,500                      Operating Expense Total           113,000        6%         113,000       413,000
  150,000           0     126,000       350,000 282-000-5-910-00     Land                                          -100%                -             -
  277,175     151,396     200,000       125,000 282-000-5-980-00     Storm Sewer Improvements        1,000,000      400%       1,000,000     2,745,738
  427,175     151,396     326,000       475,000                      Capital Expense Total           1,000,000      207%       1,000,000     2,745,738
  702,553     374,101      525,007       674,007                     Expenditure Total                1,193,215     127%        1,193,215     3,242,926
  499,858     527,510      553,855       555,155                     Revenue Total                    4,474,418     708%        4,474,418       753,880
 -202,696     153,409       28,848      -118,852                     Net Revenue/Cost                 3,281,203   11274%        3,281,203    -2,489,046
  433,717     415,696      444,544       296,844                     Storm Drainage Cash Balance      3,578,047                 3,578,047
   49,703      49,703       49,703        49,703                     Restricted Cash
 480,000     300,000      300,000       300,000                      Reserved Fund Balance
   11,004     164,413      193,261        45,561                     Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                        2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                  2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                          Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                      3rd B SALES TAX
 675,854      617,287     630,000       630,000    284-000-4-113-01   Sales & Use Tax                         630,000         0%       630,000      642,600
   2,528        3,293            -             -   284-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income                   -                        -            -
  25,000       25,000      25,000        25,000    284-000-6-700-17   Transfer in Electric                     25,000        0%         25,000       25,000
  25,000       25,000      25,000        25,000    284-000-6-700-18   Transfer in Telephone                    25,000        0%         25,000       25,000
 728,382      670,580     680,000       680,000                       Revenue & Transfer from funds           680,000        0%        680,000      692,600
       0            0      30,000        30,000    284-000-5-422-07   Contracting Video Production             10,000      -67%         30,000       10,000
   9,972        3,990      10,000        10,000    284-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                         10,000        0%         10,000       10,000
 150,000      150,000     150,000       150,000    284-000-5-429-21   Convention & Visitors Bureau            150,000        0%        150,000      150,000
  25,000       25,000      25,000        25,000    284-000-5-856-02   Brookings Chamber Commerce               25,000        0%         25,000       25,000
 225,000      225,000     225,000       225,000    284-000-5-856-70   Promotional Board                       250,000       11%        237,500      250,000
 150,000      192,000     192,000       192,000    284-000-5-856-73   Brookings Economic Dev Corp             192,000        0%        192,000      192,000
  25,000       25,000      25,000        25,000    284-000-5-856-74   Brookings Downtown Inc                   25,000        0%         25,000       25,000
 584,972      620,990      657,000       657,000                      Operating Expense Total                  662,000       1%         669,500      662,000
                                                284-000-5-940-00      Production Eqp/Software (Granicus)       16,000      100%         16,000        5,000
        0           0           0             0                       Capital Expense Total                     16,000     100%          16,000        5,000
        0           0     16,689        16,689 284-000-7-899-03       Transfer out to Swiftel                  14,378      -14%         14,378       16,689
        0           0     20,000        20,000 284-000-7-899-04       Transfer out to I-29 Corridor            20,000        0%         20,000        5,000
        -           -     36,689        36,689                        Total Transfer Out                       34,378       -6%         34,378       21,689
  143,410      49,590     -13,689       -13,689                       Net Revenue/Cost                         -32,378     137%         -39,878        3,911
  294,336     343,926     330,237       330,237                       3RD B Sales Tax Cash Bal                 297,859                  290,359
   62,700      62,700      62,700        62,700                       Restricted Cash                           62,700                   62,700
  417,793     467,383     453,694       453,694                       Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                           2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                                 2010                    City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated   Account            Description                           Requested       % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                      STREETSCAPE
                      0      50,000         50,000 513-000-4-446-08   Reimbursed Expense
                                                   513-000-4-446-10   Donations
               300,000                             513-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from General Fund
               107,722                             513-000-6-700-01   Transfer in from Liquor
               100,000                             513-000-6-700-02   Transfer In from Landfill
             1,489,560                     380,000                    Transfer in from Special Assessment
                                                   513-000-6-700-08   Transfer in Utilities
         0   1,997,282        50,000       430,000                    Revenue & Transfer from funds                     0     -100%              0           0
                     0             0             0 513-000-5-422-03   Consulting/Engineering                                                     0
                     0             0             0 513-000-5-422-11   Contractor Services                                                        0
                     0             0             0 513-000-5-450-08   Designing Fees                                                             0
                             339,560       339,560 513-000-5-856-99   Streetscape Contingency
             2,784,018       480,704       480,704 513-000-5-940-00   Streets and Sidewalks
                             387,495       387,495 513-000-5-940-02   Sewer and Water
         0   2,784,018     1,207,759     1,207,759                    Expenditure Total                                 0     -100%              0           0
         0           0                                                Streetscape Cash Bal
         0           0                                                Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                    2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                             2010                 City Manager      2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated   Account            Description                       Requested    % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                      TIF DIST #1 PROJECT/INNOVATION CAMPUS
                          1,368,360     1,368,360 514-0004-653-50     Procceds from Debt
                                                   514-000-6-700-00   Transfer in from General Fund    2,000,000       100%       2,000,000
                                                   514-000-6-700-04   Transfer in from Sales & Use Tax   694,000       100%         694,000
         0   2,784,018     2,963,614     1,368,360                    Revenue & Transfer from funds     2,694,000       -3%        2,694,000           0
                          1,368,360     1,118,360 514-000-5-429-06    Water & Sewer Innovation            250,000      100%         250,000
                          2,462,500              - 514-000-5-433-01   Street Construction Innovation    2,312,500                 2,312,500
                                   -      250,000 514-000-5-450-08    Designing Fees                     131,500                    131,500
         0            0    3,830,860     1,368,360                    Expenditure Total                 2,694,000       -30%       2,694,000           0
         0            0            0             0                    TIF Dist #1 Cash Bal                      0                          0
         0            0            0             0                    Unreserved Fund Balance                                              0

                                                                      BIKE TRAIL IMPROVEMENT
                      0     584,000       160,000 550-000-4-334-09    Grants                               424,000                  424,000
                            141,000        40,000 550-000-6-700-04    Transfer in- Sales & Use Tax         101,000                  101,000
         0            0     725,000       200,000                     Revenue & Transfer from funds        525,000                  525,000            0
                            725,000       200,000 550-000-5-940-00    Bike Trail Improvements              525,000                  525,000
         0            0     725,000       200,000                     Expenditure Total                    525,000                  525,000            0
                                                                      Bike Trail Improvement Cash Bal            0
                                                                      Unreserved Fund Balance                    0




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                                                                             2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                            2010
  2007           2008          2009           2009                                                              2010                   City Manager      2011
 Actual         Actual        Adopted       Estimated     Account            Description                      Requested      % Incr     Proposed       Requested
                                                                             LIQUOR FUND
          -         42,183       18,000         43,000    601-000-4-380-33   Sales/Off Sale Keg Deposits          43,000       139%          43,000        18,000
          -        (42,617)     (18,000)       (43,000)   601-000-4-380-34   Sales/Off Sale Keg Returns          (43,000)      139%         (43,000)      (18,000)
          -     1,116,764             -      1,120,000    601-000-4-381-32   Operating Agreemnt/Keg Deposit    1,120,000                  1,140,000     1,140,000
          -              -       20,000              -    601-000-4-381-33   Operating Agreemnt/Keg Deposit            -                          -     1,140,000
          -              -      (20,000)             -    601-000-4-381-34   Operating Agreement/Keg Return                                               (20,000)
          -       290,731       360,000        290,000    601-000-4-381-98   Operating Agreement Markup 10%       300,000       -17%        300,000       300,000
          -         76,303       80,000         76,000    601-000-4-381-99   Operating Agreement Markup 11%        80,000         0%         80,000        80,000
      8,854          7,032        5,000          2,500    601-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income           2,500       -50%          2,500         2,500
          -       154,061       140,000        155,000    601-000-4-380-04   Sales/Off Sale Miscellaneous         155,000        11%        160,000       160,000
          -         15,694       16,000         16,000    601-000-4-380-05   Sales/Off Sale Lottery Machine        16,000         0%         16,000        16,000
          -         11,562       14,000         12,000    601-000-4-380-06   Sales/Off Sale Lottery Tickets        12,000       -14%         12,000        12,000
          -         (5,461)      (7,000)        (5,500)   601-000-4-380-08   Sales/Off Sale Lottery Payout         (5,500)      -21%         (5,500)       (5,500)
          -     1,693,886     1,825,000      1,700,000    601-000-4-380-11   Sales/Off Sale Liquor              1,750,000        -4%      1,800,000     1,800,000
          -        (24,809)     (25,000)       (25,000)   601-000-4-380-12   Sales/Off Sale Liquor Discount       (25,000)        0%        (30,000)      (30,000)
          -       864,176       990,000        770,000    601-000-4-380-21   Sales/Off Sale Wine                  790,000       -20%        800,000       800,000
          -        (21,266)     (25,000)       (16,000)   601-000-4-380-22   Sales/Off Sale Wine Discount         (18,000)      -28%        (20,000)      (20,000)
          -       798,130       875,000        800,000    601-000-4-380-31   Sales/Off Sale Beer                  810,000        -7%        820,000       820,000
          -             (4)           -              -    601-000-4-380-32   Sales/Off Sale Beer Discount               -                         -             -
          -          1,799            -          1,800    601-000-4-380-99   Sales/Off Sale Deposit Adjust            600      100%             600           600
          -       694,063     1,845,000        694,000    601-000-4-381-11   Sales/Operating Agree Liq/Wine       710,000      -62%         720,000       720,000
          -     1,777,789                    1,800,000    601-000-4-381-31   Sales/Operating Agreement Beer     1,800,000                 1,850,000     1,850,000
 1,590,633               -     3,160,000             -    601-000-4-848-00   Sales/Off Sale Sales (P)                   -                         -             -
 4,766,455      1,070,057              -     1,070,000    601-000-4-848-06   Accounts Receivable Sales (P)      1,070,000      100%       1,070,000     1,070,000
 1,595,629               -             -             -    601-000-4-848-07   Credit Card Sales (P)                      -                         -             -
(1,211,895)    (1,280,655)    (1,440,000)   (1,270,000)   601-000-4-852-01   Purchases/Liquor                  (1,290,000)      -10%     (1,300,000)   (1,300,000)
  (620,083)      (661,720)      (700,000)     (635,000)   601-000-4-852-02   Purchases/Beer                      (640,000)                 (645,000)     (645,000)
  (108,697)      (127,975)      (112,000)     (128,000)   601-000-4-852-03   Purchases/Miscellaneous             (128,000)       14%       (130,000)     (130,000)
  (618,528)      (645,621)      (744,000)     (600,000)   601-000-4-852-04   Purchases/Wine                      (610,000)      -18%       (620,000)     (620,000)
    (22,618)       (20,772)      (23,000)      (21,000)   601-000-4-852-06   Purchases/Lottery                    (21,000)       -9%        (21,000)      (21,000)
  (705,848)      (867,398)    (1,750,000)     (865,000)   601-000-4-852-07   Purchases/Liquor-Bars               (870,000)      -50%       (890,000)     (890,000)
(3,582,809)    (3,660,439)    (3,200,000)   (3,665,000)   601-000-4-852-08   Purchases/Beer-Bars               (3,700,000)       16%     (3,750,000)   (3,750,000)
      5,200          4,920         5,200         4,920    601-000-4-662-12   Rent                                       -      -100%              -             -
        803            210                           -    601-000-4-861-09   Miscellaneous (P)                          -                         -             -
  1,097,096      1,260,623    1,289,200      1,281,720                       Revenue Total                      1,308,600         2%      1,359,600     2,479,600




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                             2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                           2010                City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                    Requested    % Incr    Proposed      Requested
 229,209     217,574     229,042      229,000   601-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                       230,030       0%       230,030      243,832
  61,705      58,994      70,000       70,000   601-000-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                      70,000       0%        70,000       70,000
   2,757       3,083       7,000        7,000   601-000-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                        7,000       0%         7,000        7,000
     155           0         300          100   601-000-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                      300       0%           300          300
  21,943      20,459      23,533       23,533   601-000-5-120-00   FICA                               24,212       3%        24,212       25,665
  14,187      13,199      14,258       14,258   601-000-5-121-09   Retirement                         14,790       4%        14,790       15,677
  20,865      21,823      38,895       38,895   601-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                    55,045      42%        55,045       58,348
   2,426       2,665       2,874        2,874   601-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation               3,162      10%         3,162        3,352
               3,834                            601-000-5-137-00   OPEB
 353,248     341,631     385,902      385,660                      Personnel Services Total          404,539       5%       404,539      424,173
   4,703       4,801       5,088        5,090   601-000-5-421-00   Insurance                           5,500       8%         5,500        5,700
   1,000       1,125       1,000        1,000   601-000-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services        1,000       0%         2,000        2,000
   2,916       2,255       6,300            -   601-000-5-422-07   Contracting Services                  800     -87%           800          800
  11,197      17,901      20,000       20,000   601-000-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees         25,000      25%        25,000       25,000
  74,467      64,349      81,700       67,000   601-000-5-424-06   Rent                               70,000     -14%        70,000       73,000
     369       2,182         400          400   601-000-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment          400       0%           400          400
     659         729         700          700   601-000-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment                 700       0%           700          700
   7,035       5,025       2,000        6,000   601-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings               5,000     150%         5,000        5,000
   1,219       1,812       1,700        1,700   601-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                     1,700       0%         1,700        1,700
  20,017      16,556      17,000       17,000   601-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                   17,000       0%        17,000       17,000
     564         338         600          600   601-000-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                     600       0%           600          600
   1,012         318       1,000        1,000   601-000-5-426-17   Uniforms                            1,000       0%         1,000        1,000
   1,464       1,040       2,000        2,000   601-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                    2,000       0%         2,000        2,000
   4,562       3,015       5,000        5,000   601-000-5-428-01   Telephone                           5,000       0%         5,000        5,000
  16,109      19,602      17,000       20,000   601-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                   20,000      18%        20,000       21,000
   2,623       3,082       3,000        3,000   601-000-5-428-03   Heat                                3,000       0%         3,000        3,100
   1,452       1,524       1,500        1,524   601-000-5-428-05   Hauling Service                     1,600       7%         1,600        1,650
     337           0         400          400   601-000-5-429-00   Miscellaneous                         400       0%           400          400
     225         653         450          450   601-000-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                     450       0%           450          450
     250         250         650          650   601-000-5-429-04   License Fees                          650       0%           650          650
  39,069      48,156      45,000       45,000   601-000-5-469-00   Bank/Credit Card Fees              47,000       4%        47,000       49,000
  43,036      39,673      43,000       43,000   601-000-5-890-00   Depreciation Expense               43,000       0%        43,000       43,000
 234,283     234,386     255,488      241,514                      Operating Expense Total           251,800      -1%       252,800      259,150




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                       2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                 2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                         Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
        0           0       2,500         2,500    601-000-5-920-00   Furniture & Equipment                   10,000      300%         10,000        5,000
        0           0            -             -   601-000-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment                    -                        -            -
    5,983       4,730       4,500         4,500    601-000-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                 2,500       -44%         2,500             -
    5,983       4,730       7,000         7,000                       Capital Expense Total                   12,500        79%        12,500        5,000
  593,514     580,747      648,390       634,174                      Total Liquor Store Cost                 668,839        3%        669,839      688,323
  503,582     679,876      640,810       647,546                      Net Income                              639,761        0%        689,761    1,791,277
  670,000     407,032     420,000       420,000    601-000-7-899-00   Transfer out General Fund              450,000         7%       500,000      450,000
        0     107,722            -             -   601-000-7-899-23   Transfer Out to Streetscape                   -                        -            -
  670,000     514,754     420,000       420,000                       Total Transfer out to Other Funds      450,000         7%       500,000      450,000
 -166,418     165,122      220,810       227,546                      Net income after Transfers              189,761      -14%        189,761    1,341,277
  161,113     326,235      547,045       553,781                      Liquor Fund Cash Balance                743,542                  743,542    1,341,277
1,032,325   1,197,447    1,418,257     1,424,993                      Retained Earnings




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                                                                   2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                               2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                            2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                     Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   AIRPORT FUND
  12,513     236,525     227,070      354,400   606-000-4-334-09   Grants                             196,690      -13%       196,690      153,157
 549,925      10,829           -            -   606-000-4-334-10   Federal Grant                            -                       -            -
     211           0      19,400            -   606-000-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                  19,400        0%        19,400       19,400
              40,000           -            -   606-000-4-447-00   Contributed Capital                      -                       -            -
       0           0   3,000,000            -   606-000-4-692-00   Other Financing Sources                  -     -100%             -            -
   4,290       5,304       4,500        4,500   606-000-4-812-00   Airflight Taxes                      4,500        0%         4,500        4,500
  10,008           0      10,000            -   606-000-4-848-10   Terminal Rent                       10,000        0%        10,000       10,000
   3,910           0       4,200            -   606-000-4-848-11   Landing Fees                         4,200        0%         4,200        4,200
  20,260      23,834      20,500       23,500   606-000-4-848-12   Rentals                             20,000       -2%        20,000       20,000
   6,237       4,840       4,300        4,300   606-000-4-848-15   Av/Jet Gas Sales                     4,300        0%         4,300        4,300
     520         100          75            -   606-000-4-861-09   Miscellaneous                                  -100%
 266,500     284,000     153,000      270,965   606-000-6-700-00   Transfer in General Fund           215,000       41%       215,000
       0           0           -            -   606-000-6-700-04   Transfer in Sales & Use Tax        250,000                 294,880            -
 874,374     605,432   3,443,045      657,665                      Revenue & Transfer from funds      724,090      -79%       768,970      215,557
  74,738      88,617      91,325       91,325   606-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                         92,992        2%        92,992       98,572
  26,347       1,722      38,500        1,500   606-000-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                       38,500        0%        38,500       38,500
   2,604         864       3,000        1,500   606-000-5-101-04   Overtime                             3,000        0%         3,000        3,000
       0           0         240          240   606-000-5-101-10   Wellness Benefit                       240        0%           240          240
   7,555       6,642      10,418       10,418   606-000-5-120-00   FICA                                10,762        3%        10,762       11,408
   4,520       5,237       5,861        5,861   606-000-5-121-09   Retirement                           6,130        5%         6,130        6,498
  13,612       5,428       5,495        5,495   606-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                      6,054       10%         6,054        6,417
   1,176       2,329       2,750        2,750   606-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation                3,025       10%         3,025        3,207
               1,917           -            -   606-000-5-137-00   OPEB Expense                             -                       -            -
 130,551     112,756     157,589      119,089                      Personnel Services Total           160,703       2%        160,703      167,841
   9,144      10,398       9,728        9,728   606-000-5-421-00   Insurance                           10,701      10%         10,701       11,771
     500       2,235         700          700   606-000-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services           700       0%          1,400        1,400
   6,972           0           -            -   606-000-5-422-03   Consulting/Expense                       -                       -            -
     715      12,827       9,000        9,000   606-000-5-422-07   Contracting Services                10,580       18%        10,000       10,580
   4,092           0         384          384   606-000-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees               -     -100%             -            -
     562          82         320          200   606-000-5-425-01   Maintenance Office Equipment           320        0%           320          320
   1,257         270       1,015        1,015   606-000-5-425-03   Maintenance of Trucks                1,045        3%         1,045        1,075
   6,724       7,484      10,313       13,000   606-000-5-425-04   Maintenance of Equipment            10,622        3%        10,622       10,940
   1,020       1,577       1,567        1,567   606-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                1,614        3%         1,614        1,662
     106         805       1,567        1,567   606-000-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                    1,614        3%         1,614        1,662
   3,718       7,326      11,345       11,345   606-000-5-425-09   Maintenance Grounds                 11,685        3%        11,685       12,035




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                                                                      2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                          2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                  Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
      360          22         500           500    606-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                     515         3%           515          530
    5,056       4,369       4,500         4,500    606-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                  4,635         3%         4,635        4,775
      398         107         309           200    606-000-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                   206       -33%           206          212
      378       2,786       2,400         2,400    606-000-5-426-10   Gas                               2,472         3%         2,472        2,546
      534          27         742           742    606-000-5-426-11   Oil & Grease                        742         0%           742          742
    8,495         440       1,057           500    606-000-5-426-12   Tires                             1,088         3%         1,088        1,120
    4,816       7,156       8,000         7,000    606-000-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                       8,000         0%         8,000        8,000
    3,052           0            -             -   606-000-5-426-14   Fuel - Equipment                       -                        -            -
        0         161         629           629    606-000-5-426-15   Chemicals                           629         0%           629          629
      388           0         200           200    606-000-5-426-23   Sand                                200         0%           200          200
    4,455         110       3,392         3,392    606-000-5-426-28   Extinguishing Agents              3,493         3%         3,493        3,597
    6,910       3,219       6,840         6,840    606-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                  6,840         0%         6,840        6,840
    3,987       4,230       5,000         5,000    606-000-5-427-02   Registration & Training           5,000         0%         5,000        5,000
    3,412       3,405       4,022         3,000    606-000-5-428-01   Telephone                         3,500       -13%         3,500        3,500
   11,155      10,656      11,500        11,500    606-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                 11,500         0%        11,500       11,500
    3,507       4,401       4,430         5,500    606-000-5-428-03   Heat                              5,500        24%         5,500        5,500
       16         120            -             -   606-000-5-429-00   Miscellaneous                          -                        -            -
       20         305         300           300    606-000-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                   315         5%           315          315
    1,320       1,200       1,485              -   606-000-5-429-03   Janitorial Services               1,485         0%         1,485        1,485
    7,321       6,016       4,530         4,530    606-000-5-470-09   Interest on Advance               2,873       -37%         2,873        1,130
  241,326     221,386            -             -   606-000-5-890-00   Depreciation Expense                   -                        -            -
  341,714     313,120      105,775       105,239                      Operating Expense Total          107,874        2%        107,994      109,066
        0               2,750,000              -   606-000-5-910-00   Land                                   -     -100%                           -
        0           0     183,000       150,000    606-000-5-911-00   Buildings & Structures           80,000       -56%        80,000             -
      373           0     209,839       209,839    606-000-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment       36,931       -82%        36,931       36,931
    4,000           0     190,700       174,750    606-000-5-940-00   Other Capital                   294,880        55%       294,880      630,000
    7,150       5,896       1,500         1,500    606-000-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000               -     -100%              -            -
        0           0      20,000        40,000    606-000-5-970-00   Runway Improvements              40,000       100%        40,000       41,200
   11,523       5,896    3,355,039       576,089                      Capital Expense Total            451,811      -87%        451,811      708,131
  483,788     431,772    3,618,403       800,417                      Total Airport Cost               720,388      -80%        720,508      985,038
  390,586     173,660     -175,358      -142,752                      Net Loss                           3,702     -102%         48,462     -769,481
   80,712     142,752      -32,606             0                      Airport Fund Cash Balance          3,702
3,094,794   3,659,039    3,659,039     3,659,039                      Retained Earnings




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                                                                       2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                          2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                                 2010                   City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated    Account            Description                          Requested      % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                       EDGEBROOK GOLF COURSE
 266,449       273,294       20,000             0   607-000-4-346-04   Green Fees-Executive Course                15,000     -25%          15,000       20,000
       0             0       62,000        64,000   607-000-4-346-05   Green Fees-9 hole round                    67,000       8%          67,000       68,000
       0             0       40,000        38,000   607-000-4-346-06   Green Fees-18 hole round                   40,000       0%          40,000       41,000
       0             0        5,000        12,000   607-000-4-346-07   Green Fees-9 holes 1/2 price               13,000     160%          13,000       14,000
       0             0        3,000         6,000   607-000-4-346-08   Green Fees-18 holes 1/2 price               7,000     133%           7,000        8,000
       0             0        3,000         2,100   607-000-4-346-09   Season Tickets-Youth                        2,000     -33%           2,000        2,000
       0             0       13,000        17,000   607-000-4-346-10   Season Tickets-Young Adult                 17,000      31%          17,000       18,000
       0             0       37,000        39,000   607-000-4-346-11   Season Tickets-Individual                  40,000       8%          40,000       42,000
       0             0       12,000        10,750   607-000-4-346-12   Season Tickets-Senior                      12,000       0%          12,000       12,500
       0             0       13,000        14,750   607-000-4-346-13   Season Tickets-Couple                      15,000      15%          15,000       16,000
       0             0        4,000         5,800   607-000-4-346-14   Season Tickets-Family                       6,000      50%           6,000        7,000
       0             0          300            75   607-000-4-346-15   Season Tickets-addn'l children                150     -50%             150          225
       0             0       15,000        16,000   607-000-4-346-26   Driving Range-Bucket                       16,000       7%          16,000       16,000
       0             0        2,700         2,000   607-000-4-346-27   Driving Range-Seasonal Individ              2,000     -26%           2,000        2,000
       0             0        1,250           600   607-000-4-346-28   Driving Range-Seasonal Family                 600     -52%             600          600
       0             0        3,500         4,000   607-000-4-346-29   Golf Lessons                                4,000      14%           4,000        4,000
       0             0            0             0   607-000-4-661-00   Interest Income                                 0                        0            0
       0             0            0             0   607-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income                    0                        0            0
       0             0            0             0   607-000-4-446-10   Donations                                       0                        0            0
       0             0       30,000        21,000   607-000-4-346-16   Golf Carts-9 holes                         22,000     -27%          22,000       23,000
       0             0       19,000        14,000   607-000-4-346-17   Golf Carts-18 holes                        15,000     -21%          15,000       16,000
       0             0        1,750         1,500   607-000-4-346-18   Golf Carts-Senior 9 holes                   1,500     -14%           1,500        1,500
       0             0        1,250         1,000   607-000-4-346-19   Golf Carts-Senior 18 holes                  1,000     -20%           1,000        1,000
       0             0        3,500        10,000   607-000-4-346-20   Golf Carts-9 holes 1/2 price               10,000     186%          10,000       11,000
       0             0        3,000         7,000   607-000-4-346-21   Golf Carts-18 holes 1/2 price               7,000     133%           7,000        8,000
       0             0          350           500   607-000-4-346-22   Golf Carts-SR 9 hole 1/2 price                500      43%             500          500
       0             0          450           400   607-000-4-346-23   Golf Cart-SR 18 hole 1/2 price                400     -11%             400          500
       0             0       14,000        17,700   607-000-4-346-24   Golf Carts-Season Tickets                  19,000      36%          19,000       20,000
       0             0          400            75   607-000-4-346-25   Golf Cart-Season addn'l family                150     -63%             150          225
       0             0            0             0   607-000-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                              0                        0            0
       0             0        9,600         9,600   607-000-4-861-09   Cell Tower Rental                           9,600        0%          9,600        9,600
                                          172,908                      Transfer in Liquor Fund/Inner Fund Loan
                                                                       Transfer in 75% Public Improve            170,000                  170,000
         0            0      145,000       145,000 607-000-6-700-00    Transfer in General Fund                  140,000      -3%         120,400            0
         0            0     463,050       632,758                      Revenue & Transfer from funds             652,900      41%        633,300       362,650




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                                                                        2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                     2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                              2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                      Requested     % Incr    Proposed      Requested
         0            0     110,231       110,231    607-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                         114,471        4%       114,471      121,339
         0            0      47,500        47,500    607-000-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                        50,000        5%        50,000       47,500
         0            0       1,000         1,000    607-000-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                          1,000        0%         1,000        1,000
         0            0      12,209        12,209    607-000-5-120-00   FICA                                 13,027        7%        13,027       13,809
         0            0       6,726         6,726    607-000-5-121-09   Retirement                            7,217        7%         7,217        7,650
         0            0      31,722        31,722    607-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                      35,167       11%        35,167       37,227
         0            0       3,623         3,623    607-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation                 3,986       10%         3,986        4,225
         0            0     213,011       213,011                       Personnel Services Total            224,868        6%       224,868      232,750
         0            0          638           700   607-000-5-421-00   Insurance                                770      21%            770          850
         0            0        1,000         1,000   607-000-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services           1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0       66,000        74,000   607-000-5-422-04   Contracting Services/Pro              76,000      15%         76,000       78,000
         0            0          100           100   607-000-5-422-15   Drug & Alcohol Testing                   100       0%            100          100
         0            0        1,000         2,750   607-000-5-423-05   Advertising & Promotional Fees         2,000     100%          2,000        2,000
         0            0        1,000         1,000   607-000-5-424-01   Equipment Rental                       1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0        1,000           750   607-000-5-425-02   Maintenance Vehicles                   1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0       14,000        10,000   607-000-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment                  7,500     -46%          7,500        7,500
         0            0        2,000         1,500   607-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                  2,000       0%          2,000        2,000
         0            0        1,000           750   607-000-5-425-08   Maintenance Turf                       1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0        2,500         2,000   607-000-5-425-09   Maintenance Irrigation System          2,500       0%          2,500        2,500
         0            0          500           500   607-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                          500       0%            500          500
         0            0        8,500         8,000   607-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                       8,500       0%          8,500        8,500
         0            0        1,000           800   607-000-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                      1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0        8,000         6,500   607-000-5-426-10   Gasoline                               6,500     -19%          6,500        6,500
         0            0          500           750   607-000-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies                    800      60%            800          900
         0            0          500           500   607-000-5-426-12   Tires                                    500       0%            500          500
         0            0        5,500         5,000   607-000-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                            5,000      -9%          5,000        5,000
         0            0       17,000        16,000   607-000-5-426-14   Fertilizer Supplies                   17,000       0%         17,000       17,000
         0            0        5,000         4,500   607-000-5-426-15   Chemicals                              5,000       0%          5,000        5,000
         0            0        1,000           960   607-000-5-426-17   Uniforms                               1,000       0%          1,000        1,000
         0            0        6,000         5,500   607-000-5-426-23   Sand                                   6,000       0%          6,000        6,000
         0            0          500             0   607-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                         500       0%            500          500
         0            0          500             0   607-000-5-427-02   Registration & Training                  500       0%            500          500
         0            0        2,000         1,750   607-000-5-428-01   Telephone                              2,000       0%          2,000        2,100
         0            0       14,000        14,000   607-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                      16,000      14%         16,000       17,000
         0            0        5,000         3,500   607-000-5-428-03   Heat                                   4,000     -20%          4,000        4,000
         0            0          150           150   607-000-5-428-05   Hauling Service                          150       0%            150          150




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                                                                       2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                 2010
 2007         2008         2009          2009                                                         2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual       Adopted      Estimated    Account            Description                  Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
         0            0         150           150   607-000-5-429-01   Membership & Dues                    150       0%             150          150
         0            0         500           400   607-000-5-429-07   Miscellaneous Services               500       0%             500          500
         0            0         200           200   607-000-5-429-08   Postage                              250      25%             250          275
         0            0       3,000         4,000   607-000-5-469-00   Banking & Credit Card Fees         4,000      33%           4,000        4,000
                                                    607-000-5-470-09   Interest on Advance                    0                    5,250        4,261
         0            0      169,738       167,710                     Operating Expense Total          174,720        3%        179,970      182,286
         0            0     248,000       248,000 607-000-5-930-00     Machinery & Auto Equipment       71,713       -71%        57,462       67,952
                                                                       Other Capital                   170,000                  170,000       15,000
         0            0       1,250         1,250 607-000-5-950-01     Capital less than $5,000          1,500        20%                      1,500
         0            0     249,250       249,250                      Capital Expense Total           243,213        -2%       227,462       84,452
         0            0     631,999       629,971                      Total Edgebrook Golf Cost       642,801         2%       632,300      499,488
         0            0     -168,949         2,787                     Net Income                        10,099     -106%          1,000     -136,838
                                            2,787                      Edgebrook Cash Bal               12,886
                                                                       Unreserved Fund Balance




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                             2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                      Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
 821,230      844,635     900,000      920,000   612-000-4-848-01   Utility Billing                     950,000         6%        950,000      950,000
   4,633        4,789       1,000        1,000   612-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income          1,000         0%          1,000        1,000
  33,620       35,449      35,000       35,000   612-000-4-848-04   Yard Waste Bags                      35,000         0%         35,000       35,000
       0            0         500          500   612-000-4-848-05   Cost of Goods/Yard Waste Bags           500         0%            500          500
                   58                            612-000-4-861-09   Miscellaneous
 859,483      884,931     936,500      956,500                      Revenue Total                        986,500       5%        986,500       986,500
 253,787      250,352     258,246      258,246   612-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                         261,340        1%        261,340      277,020
   1,726        5,890       9,000        9,000   612-000-5-101-01   Temporary Pay                         9,000        0%          9,000        9,000
   7,732        7,116      13,000       13,000   612-000-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                         13,000        0%         13,000       13,000
   3,000        3,000       3,000        3,000   612-000-5-101-07   Clothing Allowance                    3,000        0%          3,000        3,000
  18,757       19,036      19,526       19,526   612-000-5-120-00   FICA                                 20,290        4%         20,290       21,507
  15,775       15,817      14,775       14,775   612-000-5-121-09   Retirement                           15,374        4%         15,374       16,296
  32,307       47,125      67,415       67,415   612-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                      66,336       -2%         66,336       70,316
  13,784       14,134      14,092       14,092   612-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation                15,502       10%         15,502       16,432
                5,751           -            -                                                                 -                       -             -
  346,866     368,221     399,054      399,054                      Personnel Services Total             403,842       1%        403,842       426,573
   13,256      13,994      13,366       13,366   612-000-5-421-00   Insurance                            14,702       10%         14,702       16,172
    1,500       1,500       2,500        2,500   612-000-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services          2,500        0%          3,000        3,000
        0          77         300          300   612-000-5-422-06   Medical Services                        300        0%            300          300
   30,900      40,604      36,000       36,000   612-000-5-422-07   Contracting Services                 36,000        0%         36,000       36,000
    2,537       2,449       4,000        4,000   612-000-5-422-08   Computer Services                     4,000        0%          4,000        4,000
      184          90         250          250   612-000-5-422-15   Drug & Alcohol Testing                  250        0%            250          250
        0           0         500          500   612-000-5-423-01   Publication/Recording Fees              500        0%            500          500
   20,943      32,180      18,500       20,000   612-000-5-423-05   Advertising & Promotional Fees       22,000       19%         22,000       22,000
   12,980      15,848      15,000       15,000   612-000-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks                   15,000        0%         15,000       15,000
   24,986      10,967      17,500       17,500   612-000-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment                20,000       14%         20,000       20,000
    3,449       1,113       2,000        2,000   612-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                 2,000        0%          2,000        2,000
      751          20       1,000        1,000   612-000-5-425-06   Maintenance Radio                     1,000        0%          1,000        1,000
      323          42       1,000        1,000   612-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                       1,000        0%          1,000        1,000
    3,718       1,799       2,500        2,500   612-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                      2,750       10%          2,750        2,750
   17,062      14,639      15,000       15,000   612-000-5-426-08   Supplies/Dumpsters & Carts           15,000        0%         15,000       15,000
        0           0       2,000        1,000   612-000-5-426-10   Gasoline                              2,000        0%          2,000        2,000
    1,677       2,154       2,000        2,000   612-000-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies                 2,000        0%          2,000        2,000
    2,756       6,827       7,500        7,500   612-000-5-426-12   Tires                                 7,500        0%          7,500        7,500
   29,049      45,455      52,500       30,000   612-000-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                          52,500        0%         52,500       52,500
      356         958         500        1,000   612-000-5-426-17   Uniforms                              1,000      100%          1,000        1,000
        0           0         500          500   612-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                        500        0%            500          500
        0           0         500          500   612-000-5-427-02   Registration & Training                 500        0%            500          500
    1,464       2,135       2,000        2,500   612-000-5-428-01   Telephone                             2,500       25%          2,500        2,500
    2,276       2,772       2,500        2,800   612-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                      3,000       20%          3,000        3,000



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                                                                     2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                     2010
 2007       2008        2009          2009                                                                 2010                 City Manager      2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                         Requested     % Incr    Proposed       Requested
     245      12,356       9,000        12,000    612-000-5-428-03   Heat                                    13,000       44%         13,000       14,000
 190,043     186,414     210,000       210,000    612-000-5-428-05   Hauling Service                        210,000        0%        210,000      210,000
       0           0          50            50    612-000-5-429-04   License Fees                                50        0%             50           50
   3,482       2,876       3,000         3,000    612-000-5-429-31   Paint Exchange                           3,500       17%          3,500        3,500
  16,593      13,820      20,000        15,000    612-000-5-429-35   Yardwaste Program                       20,000        0%         20,000       20,000
  62,732      64,371     100,000       100,000    612-000-5-890-00   Depreciation Expense                   100,000        0%        100,000      100,000
 443,261     475,460     541,466       518,766                       Operating Expense Total                 555,052       3%        555,552       558,022
       0           0     190,000       190,000    612-000-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment              240,000      26%        240,000       265,000
       0           0     190,000       190,000                       Capital Expense Total                   240,000      26%        240,000       265,000
 790,127     843,681    1,130,520     1,107,820                      Total Solid Waste Collection Cost     1,198,894       6%       1,199,394    1,249,595
  69,356      41,250     -194,020      -151,320                      Net Income                             -212,394       9%        -212,894     -263,095
 334,747     375,997      181,977       224,677                      SW Collection Fund Cash Bal              12,283
 609,316     715,134      521,114       563,814                      Retained Earnings




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                                                                    2010 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                 2010
 2007        2008        2009         2009                                                            2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                     Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
1,902,852   1,836,448   1,985,000    1,850,000   625-000-4-848-03   Landfill Tickets                 1,930,000       -3%       1,930,000    1,930,000
   47,930      48,647      10,000       40,000   625-000-4-661-00   Interest Income                     40,000      300%          40,000       40,000
    5,767      19,594      10,000       10,000   625-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income        10,000        0%          10,000       10,000
   22,323      25,941      15,050       16,000   625-000-4-848-22   Recycled Waste Oil Sales            15,000        0%          15,000       15,000
    6,485       6,485       6,400        6,400   625-000-4-848-12   Rentals                              6,400        0%           6,400        6,400
      823           0           -            -   625-000-4-441-08   Reimbursed Expense                        -                        -             -
    2,825       8,000      50,000      135,000   625-000-4-664-00   Sale of Fixed Assets                      -     -100%              -             -
   11,200          74           -            -   625-000-4-861-09   Miscellaneous                             -                        -             -
2,000,204   1,945,189   2,076,450    2,057,400                      Revenue Total                     2,001,400      -4%       2,001,400     2,001,400
  277,774     304,163     302,492      302,492   625-000-5-101-00   Regular Pay                        310,968        3%         310,968      329,626
    8,707       7,635      10,000       10,000   625-000-5-101-04   Overtime Pay                        10,000        0%          10,000       10,000
    2,250       2,000       3,000        3,000   625-000-5-101-07   Clothing Allowance                   3,000        0%           3,000        3,000
   19,802      20,925      24,203       24,203   625-000-5-120-00   FICA                                25,421        5%          25,421       26,946
   17,288      18,352      18,983       18,983   625-000-5-121-09   Retirement                          19,938        5%          19,938       21,134
   56,075      66,058      70,290       70,290   625-000-5-123-00   Group Insurance                     77,604       10%          77,604       82,260
   10,290      11,020      10,707       10,707   625-000-5-130-00   Workmans Compensation               11,778       10%          11,778       12,485
                7,668                            625-000-5-137-00   OBEB
  392,185     437,821     439,675      439,675                      Personnel Services Total           458,709        4%        458,709       485,452
        0           0      16,145       16,145   625-000-5-220-01   Restricted Closure                  16,145        0%          16,145       16,145
        0           0      18,396       18,396   625-000-5-220-02   Restricted Post Closure             18,396        0%          18,396       18,396
        0           0      50,000       50,000   625-000-5-220-05   Restricted Future SW Facility       50,000        0%          50,000       50,000
    4,970       6,439       6,768        6,768   625-000-5-421-00   Insurance                            7,445       10%           7,445        7,445
       10           0         300          300   625-000-5-422-01   Legal Services                         300        0%             300          300
    1,500       2,235       2,500        2,235   625-000-5-422-02   Contracted Auditing Services         2,500        0%           3,000        3,000
        0           0      20,000       20,000   625-000-5-422-03   Consulting & Engineering            20,000        0%          20,000       20,000
      128         158         200          200   625-000-5-422-06   Medical Services                       200        0%             200          200
   12,209      10,814      25,000       25,000   625-000-5-422-07   Contracting Services                25,000        0%          25,000       25,000
    4,356         987       2,500        2,500   625-000-5-422-08   Computer Services                    2,500        0%           2,500        2,500
   17,516      22,103      20,000       20,000   625-000-5-422-09   Testing Services                    20,000        0%          20,000       20,000
      101           0         300          300   625-000-5-422-15   Drug & Alcohol Testing                 300        0%             300          300
        0           0         100          100   625-000-5-423-01   Publication/Recording Fees             100        0%             100          100
        0       3,581       3,000        7,500   625-000-5-423-05   Advertising/Promotion Fees           7,500      150%           7,500        7,500
        0           0       1,000        1,000   625-000-5-424-01   Equipment Rentals                    1,000        0%           1,000        1,000
      661       3,889       2,500        4,500   625-000-5-425-03   Maintenance Trucks                   3,500       40%           3,500        3,500
   48,456      25,134      90,000       50,000   625-000-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment               60,000      -33%          60,000       60,000
      709       1,702       3,500        3,500   625-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                3,500        0%           3,500        3,500
        0           0       1,000        1,000   625-000-5-425-09   Maintenance Grounds                  3,000      200%           3,000        2,000
        0           0       5,000        5,000   625-000-5-425-16   Maintenance Grounds/2                5,000        0%           5,000        5,000
    4,735       4,412       6,000        6,000   625-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                      6,000        0%           6,000        6,000
    7,560      12,613       8,000        8,000   625-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                     8,000        0%           8,000        8,000



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                                                                                                                          2010
 2007       2008        2009         2009                                                       2010                 City Manager     2011
Actual     Actual      Adopted     Estimated    Account            Description                Requested    % Incr     Proposed      Requested
   3,715       3,755       3,750        3,750   625-000-5-426-04   Janitorial Supplies             3,750       0%           3,750        3,750
       0           0         150          150   625-000-5-426-05   Photographic Supplies             150       0%             150          150
       0           0         250          250   625-000-5-426-09   Subscriptions/Books               250       0%             250          250
   6,769       7,132       7,875        5,000   625-000-5-426-10   Gasoline                        8,000       2%           8,000        8,000
   2,830       4,035       6,000        5,000   625-000-5-426-11   Oil & Grease Supplies           6,000       0%           6,000        6,000
   2,942       2,173      15,000        5,000   625-000-5-426-12   Tires                          15,000       0%          15,000       15,000
  67,844      83,713      95,000       60,000   625-000-5-426-13   Diesel Fuel                    95,000       0%          95,000       95,000
     414         389         500          500   625-000-5-426-17   Uniforms                          500       0%             500          500
   7,128       3,754       8,000        8,000   625-000-5-426-18   Gravel                         12,000      50%          12,000        8,000
   6,770           0      10,000       10,000   625-000-5-426-27   Alternate Cover                10,000       0%          10,000       10,000
   2,793       3,203       4,200        4,200   625-000-5-427-01   Travel & Lodging                4,200       0%           4,200        4,200
   2,045       2,685       2,600        2,600   625-000-5-427-02   Registration & Training         2,600       0%           2,600        2,600
   2,253       1,123       2,600        2,600   625-000-5-428-01   Telephone                       2,600       0%           2,600        2,600
   1,406       1,319       2,500        2,500   625-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                2,500       0%           2,500        2,500
   5,460       9,005       8,000        8,000   625-000-5-428-03   Heat                            8,000       0%           8,000        8,000
       0       4,050       5,000        5,000   625-000-5-428-05   Hauling Service                 5,000       0%           5,000        5,000
   2,318       1,728       2,000        2,000   625-000-5-429-01   Membership & Dues               2,000       0%           2,000        2,000
     121           0           -            -   625-000-5-429-02   Pest Control                        0                        0            0
     603         788         850          850   625-000-5-429-05   Rodent Control                    850        0%            850          850
       0       1,061       1,000        1,000   625-000-5-429-07   Miscellaneous Services          1,000        0%          1,000        1,000
  42,417      43,144      44,000       44,000   625-000-5-429-11   State Fees                     44,000        0%         44,000       44,000
     100         100         500          500   625-000-5-429-16   Solid Waste Committee             500        0%            500          500
       0           0         500          500   625-000-5-429-38   Compost Program Supplies          500        0%            500          500
  50,088      60,371           -            -   625-000-5-432-00   Post Closure                        0                        0            0
       0           0      70,500       70,500   625-000-5-601-00   Principal Payment                   0     -100%              0            0
   7,749       4,357       1,000        1,000   625-000-5-602-00   Interest Payment                    0     -100%              0            0
 235,713     269,323     200,000      200,000   625-000-5-890-00   Depreciation Expense          250,000       25%        250,000      200,000
   1,000         500         500          500   625-000-5-897-00   Interest Expense                  500        0%            500          500
     659           0           -       90,000   625-000-5-898-00   Asset Disposed Gain/Loss            0                        0            0
 556,047     601,775     774,484      781,844                      Operating Expense Total       735,286       -5%       735,786       680,786




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                                                                                                                                       2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                                 2010                  City Manager      2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated     Account            Description                         Requested     % Incr     Proposed       Requested
        0           0     150,000       130,000    625-000-5-911-00   Buildings & Structures                 800,000      433%         800,000      200,000
        0     180,000     250,000       225,000    625-000-5-930-00   Machinery & Auto Equipment             740,000      196%         740,000      700,000
    2,900      10,000      10,000        10,000    625-000-5-950-01   Capital less than $5,000                10,000        0%          10,000       10,000
    2,900     190,000     410,000       365,000                       Capital Expense Total                1,550,000      278%       1,550,000      910,000
  500,000     425,000     440,000       440,000    625-000-7-899-00   Transfer out General Fund              440,000        0%         440,000      440,000
        0     100,000            -             -   625-000-7-899-23   Transfer Out-Streetscape                      -                         -            -
  500,000     525,000     440,000       440,000                       Total Transfer out to Other Funds      440,000         0%        440,000      440,000
1,448,232   1,564,596    1,654,159     1,661,519                      Total Cost and Transfers              3,183,995       92%       1,634,495    2,516,238
  551,972     380,593      422,291       395,881                      Net Income after Transfers           -1,182,595     -380%         366,905     -514,838
  623,509     907,831    1,045,800     1,303,712                      SW Disposal Fund Cash Balance          -274,764                    92,141
1,489,592   1,752,063    1,815,118     1,815,118                      Restricted SW Disposal Cash           1,899,659                 1,815,118
  716,509     996,729      716,509       716,509                      Reserved Retained Earnings              716,509                   716,509
4,065,480   4,528,433    4,487,771     4,924,314                      Retained Earnings                                                 366,905




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                                                                                                                                2010
 2007        2008        2009          2009                                                         2010                   City Manager     2011
Actual      Actual      Adopted      Estimated   Account           Description                    Requested      % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY CENTER
   1,564        1,002         600               630-000-4-661-01   Money Market Interest Income                    -100%           600             -
 188,559      203,626     200,000       200,000 630-000-4-848-12   Rentals                             143,000      -29%       200,000      200,000
      37           73           -             - 630-000-4-861-09   Miscellaneous                             -        0%             -             -
 190,161      204,701     200,600       200,000                    Revenue Total                       143,000      -29%       200,600      200,000
   2,622        2,337       2,406         2,406 630-000-5-421-00   Insurance                             2,646       10%         2,646        2,406
   2,987        4,682       4,220         4,220 630-000-5-422-07   Contracting Services                  4,300        2%         4,300        4,220
   4,027        3,886       3,166         3,166 630-000-5-425-04   Maintenance Equipment                 3,260        3%         3,260        3,166
   4,076        4,065      10,000        10,000 630-000-5-425-05   Maintenance Buildings                 5,000      -50%         5,000       10,000
       0            0         105           105 630-000-5-426-01   Office Supplies                         105        0%           105          105
       0           59       1,052         1,052 630-000-5-426-03   General Supplies                      1,060        1%         1,060        1,052
     465        1,737         841           841 630-000-5-426-04   Cleaning Supplies                       870        3%           870          841
     226          185         250           250 630-000-5-428-01   Telephone                               260        4%           260          250
  11,959       11,979      13,000        13,000 630-000-5-428-02   Electric & Water                     13,400        3%        13,400       13,000
   2,932        2,480       5,000         5,000 630-000-5-428-03   Heat                                  5,000        0%         5,000        5,000
   1,348        1,415       1,500         1,500 630-000-5-428-05   Hauling Service                       1,550        3%         1,550        1,500
       0            0       7,200         7,200 630-000-5-429-03   Cleaning Service                      7,200        0%         7,200        7,200
   3,580        4,268       4,304         4,304 630-000-5-429-07   Miscellaneous Services                4,300        0%         4,300        4,304
  51,909       51,923           -             - 630-000-5-890-00   Depreciation Expense                      -        0%             -             -
  86,131       89,016      53,044        53,044                    Operating Expense Total              48,951       -8%        48,951       53,044
       0        1,697           -             - 630-000-5-911-00   Buildings & Structures               34,000                  34,000        5,000
                                                                   Other Capital                                                                   -
        0       1,697            -             -                   Capital Expense Total               34,000                   34,000        5,000
  145,000     146,002     145,000       145,000 630-000-7-899-00   Transfer out General Fund           50,000      -66%         75,000       50,000
  145,000     146,002     145,000       145,000                    Total Transfer out to Other Funds   50,000      -66%         75,000       50,000
  231,131     236,715      198,044       198,044                   Total R & T Center Cost             132,951     -33%         157,951      108,044
  -40,970     -32,014        2,556         1,956                   Net Income after Transfer            10,049     293%          42,649       91,956
   83,605      51,591       54,147        53,547                   R&T Center Cash Balance              63,596
1,913,463   1,840,481    1,843,037     1,842,437                   Retained Earnings




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                                                                                                                             2010
 2007         2008        2009         2009                                                       2010                  City Manager     2011
Actual       Actual      Adopted     Estimated   Account           Description                  Requested     % Incr     Proposed      Requested
                                                                   I-29 CORRIDOR
         0      18,600     230,000       44,750 802-000-4-446-10   Contributions                     63,750      -72%        63,750
                     0      20,000       20,000 802-000-6-770-03   Transfer in from 3rd B Tax        20,000        0%        20,000
         0      18,600     250,000       64,750                    Revenue Total                     83,750      -67%        83,750
         0           0     250,000            - 802-000-5-422-03   Consulting                      167,100       -33%       167,100
         0           0     250,000            -                    Operating Expense Total         167,100       -33%       167,100
               18,600            -       64,750                    Net Income                      (83,350)                 (83,350)
         0      18,600      18,600       83,350                    I 29 Corridor Cash Balance             0                        0




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                              BROOKINGS REGIONAL AIRPORT
                                       ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The Brookings Regional Airport strives to provide a safe, first class airport for
regional residents and the flying community.”

GOALS
1) To ensure the safety of residents, pilots and passengers by maintaining a hazard-free airport.
2) To provide a first-class aviation facility for economic development and the regional community.
3) To meet and exceed all State, FAA, and TSA requirements for the airport.
4) To increase revenues provided by landing fees, terminal rent, land leases, fuel sales, hangar leases,
   and other sources of revenue

PROGRAM & SERVICES
     SERVICE                                           2007          2008          2009            2010
                              OUTCOME
     MEASURE                                          ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ADOPTED         REQUESTED

Maintenance of         • Minimize airport closures    $66,407       $76,823       $78,467          $80,820
Grounds                  due to snow removal
                       • Ensure all lighting is
                         functioning properly
                       • Maintain grounds in a
                         presentable fashion


Management of          • Ensure FAA requirements      $52,371       $45,284       $49,228          $50,700
Regulations              are being met
                       • Ensure TSA requirements
                         are being met
                       • Compliance with fire
                         codes
                       • Compliance with Airport
                         Rules and Regulations


Provide for safety     • Provide Law Enforcement      $60,763       $28,283       $34,000          $76,280
and convenience of       Officers for outbound
commercial air           flights
service                • Provide ARFF coverage
                         for all flights
                       • Maintain the terminal
                         building and grounds


Plan for the future    • Helms and Associates         $125,243      $227,279      $174,750         $294,880
of the airport         • HNTB                        (reimbursed   (reimbursed    (partially
                       • Research                      at 97%)       at 97%)     reimbursed)




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF           SERVICE                  2007            2008              2009                 2010
MEASURE           MEASURE                 ACTUAL          ACTUAL           ESTIMATE            ESTIMATE
                                                                                                 1,400
          Number of commercial         1,487 enplaned    0 enplaned            0
Outcome                                                                                          1,600
          service passengers           1,497 deplaned    0 deplaned            0
                                                                                            (if EAS returns)
          Grounds and building
Outcome                                  $354/acre       $427/acre        $415/acre          $425/acre
          maintenance cost per acre
          Terminal Building cost per
Outcome                                    $1.05            $.083            $1.19              $1.21
          square foot
          Airport Improvement                              $174,067         $20,000           $40,000
Output    Project (AIP) Cost             $447,242       (reimbursed at         (no               (no
          (reimbursed at 97%)                                97%)        reimbursement)    reimbursement)
Output    Number of ARFF responses           1                  0               0                 0
                                                        No commercial    No commercial     No commercial
Outcome   ARFF cost per flight            $20.50
                                                             flights         flights           flights




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                                 BROOKINGS CITY ATTORNEY
PURPOSE
The Brookings City Attorney is to provide legal services for the City of Brookings as defined under the
terms of the Legal Services Agreement and Scope of Services effective January 1, 2009 through
December 31, 2010.

GOALS
1) Legal Advisor - The purpose of the Opinions and Advice program is to provide advice, documents, and
   other responses to the City of Brookings so that it can engage in the informed decision making
   required to govern lawfully.
2) Legal Representation Criminal Prosecution - The objective of the Criminal Prosecution Activity is to
   prosecute law enforcement cases for the City of Brookings.
3) Advocacy & Dispute Resolution - The purpose of the program is to represent the City of Brookings in
   lawsuits, claims, and cases.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                               2007         2008          2009           2010
                           OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                              ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ADOPTED        REQUESTED

Legal          • Advocacy & Dispute Resolution        $60,510      $62,477       $67,600        $67,600 **
Services       • Legal Representation                                                           (per approved
                                                                                                   contract)
               • Legal Advisor to Staff & Council


Support        • Membership                           $1,851       $2,000        $2,000         $2,500 **
Services       • Travel/Lodging                                                                 (per approved
                                                                                                   contract)



PERFORMANCE MEASURES
 TYPE OF                                                   2007          2008         2009          2010
                         SERVICE MEASURE
 MEASURE                                                  ACTUAL        ACTUAL      ESTIMATE      ESTIMATE
              Percentage of regular city council
Output                                                     100%          100%         100%          100%
              meetings attended.
Output        Submittal of monthly report.                 100%          100%         100%          100%




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                                      BROOKINGS CITY CLERK
PURPOSE
The City Clerk shall serve as official recorder of for the City Council, maintain public records and custodial
duties of the Corporate Seal, certify official documents, conduct elections, and exercise all other duties as
prescribed by the City of Brookings.

Mission Statement: “The mission of the Brookings City Clerk’s Office is to be the information resource
center for the City Manager, Mayor, Council Members, city staff and public for accurate and timely access
to all official activities and publications.”

GOALS
1) To provide support to the City Manager in the delivery of effective government services.
2) To provide support to the Mayor and City Council in their legislative role.
3) To accurately record and document all official actions of the City Council.
4) To administer the collection, maintenance, storage, and security of all city documents in accordance
   with statutory requirements and guidelines.
5) To conduct all municipal elections according to statutory requirements.
6) To serve as a link between citizens and municipal government by providing information as required.
7) To serve as the City’s ADA Compliance Officer to ensure City compliance with the requirements of the
   Americans with Disabilities Act.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
   SERVICE                                                         2007       2008        2009        2010
                                  OUTCOME
   MEASURE                                                        ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED     REQUESTED

Mayor/Council      Provide timely and accurate information        $156,648   $213,976   $236,783     $255,787
& City Manager     and support to the City Council and City
Support            Manager so they have the resources
                   needed to make decisions; provide
                   accurate, timely record of the meetings.
                   • Research & Support
                   • Agenda Preparation & Distribution
                   • Minutes Recordation


Information        Primary source for city-wide information        $8,600     $8,600     $8,600       $20,650
Source             and document resource:                                                          (new software
Internal /         • E-Government/Website            $7,000                                         licensing for
External             2010 will be a year of transition with                                           televised
                     in-house website creation and                                                 programming)
                     maintenance. City Clerk will maintain
                     existing site while creating “shadow”
                     new site which will debut in 2010. The
                     new city site will have up-to-date
                     programming language and ADA
                     compliant making it easier to update
                     and easier for public use. Some use of
                     outside consultants may be needed in
                     the transition. Costs also include web
                     hosting services.
                   • Televised Meetings            $11,000
                   • Addition of software for the public,
                     staff and council that will provide online
                     webcasts and documents that are linked
                     and keyword searchable.


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                 • Government Access Channel $1,600
                 • List-Serv services.
                 • All Board Agenda & Minutes Posting.


Code of          Codification of all City Ordinances.          $3,372      $3,686        $4,100         $4,700
Ordinances



Keeper of Seal   The City Clerk has direct signature              0            0            0              0
Documents        authority and his/her signature is
                 required on all Ordinances, Resolutions,
                 and other official documents of the city.


ADA              Ensure compliance with American’s with           0         $1,500       $1,492            0
Compliance       Disabilities Act for city departments,                    (training)   (training)
Officer          programs, and services.


Volunteer        Coordinate recruitment, appointments,            0            0            0              0
Boards           directory, training, recognition, and
                 reporting.


Records          Implement and maintain a Records               $1,200      $1,200        $7,520         $3,050
Management       Management Program that will integrate         (license    (license    (training &    (training &
                 procedures, retention schedules, and best     renewal)    renewal)        license        license
                 practices for the management of records                                 renewal)       renewal)
                 in accordance with the requirements of
                 state statute and City Charter.


Elections        Conduct efficient and accurate regular        $6,416      $7,860        $8,700         $8,700
                 and special elections, in compliance with
                 all applicable statutes, to facilitate
                 maximum local citizen participation in the
                 local legislative process.


Legal            Provide legal publication oversight for all   $16,350     $21,000      $18,000         $18,000
Publications     city departments and Council to comply
                 with all applicable statutes.


Licensing        Oversee the issuance, maintenance, and        $49,650     $86,795      $67,000         $51,995
(REVENUE)        administration of various licenses and
                 permits as required by City Ordinance
                 and State Statute.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
   TYPE OF                                          2007     2008      2009           2010
                      SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                         ACTUAL   ACTUAL   ESTIMATE       ESTIMATE
Output       Number of City Council Meetings.        25       26       24              26
             Paper and Paperless Agendas
             prepared and delivered to internal
Efficiency                                         100%     100%      100%            100%
             and external customers 4 days prior
             to each meeting.
Result       Total cost per municipal election.    $6,416   $7,860    $8,700         $8,700

Output       Number of ballots cast.               1,748    2,280     1,457           2,500

Efficiency   Cost per ballot cast.                 $3.67    $3.45     $5.98           $3.48
             Legal publications submitted within
Efficiency                                         100%     100%      100%            100%
             24 hours of receipt.




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                                   BROOKINGS CITY COUNCIL
PURPOSE
The City of Brookings operates under a Council-Manager form of government in accordance with the City
Charter adopted in 1999. This government combines the strong political leadership of elected officials, in
the form of the City Council, with the professional experience of an appointed City Manager. Under this
government, the Mayor and Council are responsible for making policy decisions for the community. The
elected City Council hires a City Manager to implement its policies. The City Manager serves at the
pleasure of the City Council and has responsibility for preparing the budget, directing day-to-day
operations and personnel, and serving as the City Council’s Chief Policy Advisor. While making policy, the
City Council provides vision and leadership to the organization and the City.

Mission Statement: “The City is committed to providing a high quality of life for its citizens and fostering a
diverse economic base, through innovative thinking, strategic planning, and proactive, fiscally responsive
municipal management.”

GOALS
1) To implement effective governance practices.
2) To provide fiscally responsible municipal management.
3) To improve quality of life through municipal services.
4) To use a business model format that emphasizes long-range planning, customer satisfaction,
   productivity, and process.
5) To foster economic development.
6) To promote intergovernmental cooperation and relations.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
   SERVICE
                                                           OUTCOME
   MEASURE

City Services      1. Airport site selection
                           Policy Statement: Complete the FAA mandated dual track analysis to resolve the
                           airport runway issue by year-end to decide: 1) re-align the main runway at the
                           current site; or 2) relocate the airport to a proposed site southeast of Brookings.
                           Action Steps:
                           o Complete the FAA-mandated environmental impact analysis.
                           o Hold necessary public hearings; provide public education on the issues.
                           o Select preferred site.
                           o Conduct financial analysis.
                           o Identify, begin property acquisition process for selected site.
                           o Begin development of Airport Layout Plan.

                   2. Storm drainage
                           Policy Statement: Complete the Storm Water Management Master Plan, and
                           identify and prioritize specific storm water management construction projects. Begin
                           construction of said projects.
                           Action Steps:
                           Prioritize 13 project areas pursuant to Master Plan (scheduled for March 24).
                           o Develop long-range financing plan for all projects.
                           o Select initial projects for storm drainage remediation/correction.
                           o Revise design standards for detention/retention ponds.
                           o Begin property acquisition process for initial project(s).

                   3. 34th Avenue/20th Street Improvement Project
                            Policy Statement: Complete the Engineering Feasibility Study, and begin planning
                            for the construction of an upgrade to 34th Avenue, construction of 20th Street
                            extension, and an I-29 overpass for 20th Street.
                            Action Steps:

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         o   Form an intergovernmental committee consisting of city, county, township, and
             business community representatives to provide oversight of the project.
         o   Brookings County needs to enter project area mileage into STIP needs
             designation.
         o   Identify parcels/property owners where right-of-way needs to be acquired.
         o   Lobby for state law changes to provide for transportation district.
         o   Prepare for 2010 construction of 34th Ave. (14-Prince and DOT signal changes).
         o   Develop district plan for the area (34th Ave., Swiftel/Larson Centers, DOT
             property, Wiese Business Park, Tellkamp Industrial Park, future industrial
             expansion area).
         o   Begin federal lobbying effort for Federal Highway Funding for project.

4. Railroad safety crossings
         Policy Statement: Improve the safety of all in-city railroad crossings with city
         streets through short-term strategies that install quad-gates and other
         appurtenances at crossings; medium-term strategies that accomplish grade
         separation at intersections where possible; and long-term strategies that accomplish
         a railroad by-pass around Brookings.
         Action Steps:
         o Continue long, intermediate, short-term plans adopted in 2008.
         o Apply to DOT for safety crossing for 22nd Avenue. (COMPLETED)
         o Secure federal appropriation of $750,000 for safety improvements.
              (AWAITING CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL FROM THIS SESSION)
         o Formalize schedule of subsequent crossing improvements.
         o Establish City-County Rail Authority.
         o Work with Canadian Pacific Railroad on Community Partnership Agreement.

5. Space needs analysis
        Policy Statement: Address the projected space and building facility shortage
        identified in the completed space needs study. This is to be accomplished by
        examining: 1) expanding current facilities, 2) replacing current facilities, or 3)
        combining a new facility with Brookings County.
        Action Steps:
        o Work with intergovernmental committee on comprehensive facility planning.
        o Explore acquiring/re-development Sawnee Hotel for City Hall expansion.

6. Swiftel Center expansion project
        Policy Statement: Continue to analyze the potential/feasibility of expanding the
        Swiftel Center for convention, storage, and office needs as well as the possibility of
        partnering with a private developer for an attached hotel.
        Action Steps:
        o Identify any additional information needed to consider the project.
        o Final decision to build or not to build.
        o If the decision is to build: Identify scope of proposed project.
                      - Contract with architect for design services.
                      - Begin recruitment efforts for hotelier.
                      - Secure County Resource Center space.
                      - Develop financing plan.
                      - Conduct public education efforts.
                      - Consider adjusting TIF district.
        o If the decision is not to build: NO FURTHER ACTION NEEDED
7. Supplemental issues
        o Acquire DOT property for future commercial/retail development.
        o South Fire Sub-station.
        o Develop five-year staffing project plan.
        o Develop alternative budget scenarios for modified service levels.
        o Program for downtown private revitalization.
        o Phase II bike lane designation on city street determination.

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                           o    Adaptive reuse/modify Research & Technology Center.
                           o    Create sustainability committee to analyze “green” and environmental issues.
                           o    Make technological and “interactive” advancements to the website.


Quality of Life   Strategy A (Bicycle-pedestrian friendly)
                  Make the community more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. Adopt plans to promote,
                  encourage and construct bicycle lanes on certain streets and continue the development of
                  comprehensive bicycle-pedestrian pathway system that connects neighborhoods, schools,
                  parks, SDSU and other civic and cultural amenities.
                  Strategy B (Park system planning and development)
                  Develop a Park System Master Plan which will guide the long-range development of the park
                  system. The plan should be consistent with the City’s overall comprehensive plan. The plan
                  should address means to increase play at Edgebrook Golf Course. Identify physical
                  improvements to existing city parks and trail systems and strategically identify locations for
                  future parkland.
                  Strategy C (Nature Park)
                  Complete an adoptive reuse plan to convert the old landfill into a Nature Park Preserve
                  Area.
                  Strategy D (Community wellness)
                  Develop a community wellness initiative which forges partnerships into a community grass-
                  roots coalition designed to promote health and wellness.
                  Strategy E (Education and literacy)
                  Develop a community-based partnership by facilitating a redesign of educational systems to
                  survive and thrive in a new economy to support the city’s investment in knowledge based
                  economy (i.e. research park).
                  Strategy F (Housing opportunities)
                  Implement the recommendations of the housing study to develop more diverse housing options
                  to meet the needs of current and future residents. Examine and address issues of
                  neighborhood density and character. Continue to assess TIF District housing policy.
                  Strategy G (Wi-Fi hotspots) Help facilitate the creation of wireless districts in public areas,
                  parks, and business areas.


Economic          Strategy A (marketing, workforce development)
Development       Continue to support the mission and goals of the BEDC and Vision Brookings.
                  Strategy B (Retail development)
                  BEDC and the City should partner on specific initiatives designed to attract and retain retail
                  businesses.
                  Strategy C (Purchase property for future development)
                  Seek means to purchase or otherwise acquire property that can be land banked for future
                  resale to encourage commercial and industrial development and investment.
                  Strategy D (Road system into developing areas)
                  The City should continue efforts to strategically identify and construct future street systems to
                  help develop industrial parks or other commercial corridors.
                  Strategy E (State property acquisition)
                  Continue to monitor opportunities for the acquisition of the state DOT parcel as a means of
                  land banking for future retail/commercial development (Specific strategy to Strategy C).
                  Strategy F (Rail Authority membership)
                  Obtain membership on the Brookings Rail Authority to use as a means of improving rail
                  service and safety.
                  Strategy G (Transportation funding legislative changes)
                  Lobby for legislative changes that provide local option funding mechanisms to meet local
                  transportation challenges.
                  Strategy H (Downtown)
                  Work with BEDC/DBI to develop a district plan for the Central Business District that private
                  development, rehabilitation, and reinvestment in commercial property; and expands
                  residential opportunities and historic preservation.


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Partnerships     Strategy A (I-29 business clusters)
                 Promote the development of industry clusters along I-29 among communities in proximity to
                 the interstate. Develop specific strategies for regional economic development.
                 Strategy B (SDSU)
                 Continue to collaborate with SDSU on mutually beneficial projects and programs that may
                 develop from time to time.
                 Strategy C (Intergovernmental relations)
                 Maintain ongoing intergovernmental relationships and develop partnerships with state and
                 federal legislations, SDSU officials, SDSU student association, school board, county board
                 and township board officials.


Fiscal           Strategy A (Reserves)
Responsibility   Continue the practice of officially dedicating undesignated reserves for specific projects.
                 Strategy B (Debt levels)
                 Strategically schedule issuances of debt so their placement accomplishes the highest level of
                 prudent capital investment while maintaining the highest level of financial stability.
                 Strategy C (Core Services Plan)
                 In light of current economic and fiscal constraints, staff shall develop optimal budget
                 scenarios describing basic or ‘core’ services in addition to the traditional budget proposal.
                 Such format shall follow outcome based performance budgeting parameters.
                 Strategy D (Subsidy Funding)
                 City shall notify subsidy recipients early in the budget process that a policy limiting subsidies
                 to current year’s levels will guide final budget decisions, past funding is not guaranteed, and
                 awarded amounts may be adjusted during the year.


Governance       Strategy A (Budget development)
                 Implement initiatives designed to solicit and secure public input through public forums on
                 performance based budgetary issues and spending priorities.
                 Strategy B (Public education, openness in government)
                 Implement initiatives to inform and educate the public about the workings of their city
                 government through various mediums such as website, cable TV, surveys and newsletters.
                 Strategy C (Council training and development)
                 Provide training opportunities such as the National League of Cities Conferences, South
                 Dakota Municipal League and others that invest in elected officials’ education and training.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
   SERVICE                                          2007            2008             2009             2010
                         OUTCOME
   MEASURE                                         ACTUAL          ACTUAL          ESTIMATE         ESTIMATE
Governance       Salaries, Operating               $38,688         $51,150          $56,856          $61,600

Capital          Open Government                   $70,000         $25,000           $3,000          $16,000




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                                               CITY MANAGER
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The City Manager's performance is considered to be synonymous with the
organizational performance as a whole. The City Manager establishes all policies, makes all decisions,
takes all actions, establishes all practices, and develops all activities as established by Council Ends and
Executive Limitations policies. The City Manager is responsible for the flow of information to the Council.”

GOALS
City Manager’s goals are set annually with City Council Members.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
                                                           2007        2008          2009         2010
                                                          ACTUAL      ACTUAL       ADOPTED      REQUESTED

To oversee the implementation of City Council policy      $135,526   $156,030      $159,951       $163,421
directives and on-going city operations with integrity.
The City Manager provides vision and leadership to
the organization.


To be accessible and responsive to the citizens of
Brookings, the Mayor and Council Members and City
staff.


Submit to Council the annual budget and capital
improvement plans.


Analyze financial information and present reports to
the Mayor and Council Members.


To be involved in the Brookings community.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
   TYPE OF
                                                          SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE
                    The City Manager’s performance measures are reflected on how well each department functions
Outcome
                    and the City’s financial condition.




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          BROOKINGS COMMITTEE FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE DISABILITIES
                                            CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The Committee advocates for the rights of people in our community who have
disabilities. Throughout the year, specific events are held to bring awareness and information to our
citizens. Technical assistance is provided to the business community, private individuals, governmental
entities, and non-profit organizations. This is a service not provided by any other entity in Brookings.”

GOALS
1) To promote employment of people with disabilities.
2) To promote improved facility and programming access to people with disabilities.
3) To improve the quality of life for people who have disabilities through enhancing the knowledge base
   of entities in the community.
4) To further serve as a community-based advocacy group enhancing the ability of local entities to
   comply with Federal Civil Rights legislation.
5) To continue to increase public awareness of the challenges and needs and abilities of individuals who
   have disabilities.
6) To influence a positive attitude within our community.
7) To maintain a high level of coordination with South Dakota State University.
8) To continue efforts to share with neighboring communities through the Mayoral Summit meetings and
   other opportunities.

PROGRAM AND SERVICES
   SERVICE                        OUTCOME                         2007       2008          2009          2010
   MEASURE                                                       ACTUAL     ACTUAL       ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Public            Public education is provided through events    $2,738      $3,015        $3,115           $3,209
Education,        and activities of the committee.
Awareness &        • ABLE Award (facility/program access)
Advocacy           • Durable Medical Equipment Drive
                   • ADA Anniversary Events
                   • Presentations to business/organizations
                   • “Local Employment Successes” Booklet
                   • Governor’s Awards (employment)
                   • Barrier Awareness Days (children)
                   • Website


Technical         The committee provides informal technical
Assistance        assistance to area organizations, private
                  businesses, other governmental entities
                  regarding implementation and compliance
                  with the ADA:
                   • ADA Access Team (on-call)
                   • Member of ADA Leadership Network


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    TYPE OF                                                      2007        2008         2009        2010
                              SERVICE MEASURE
    MEASURE                                                     ACTUAL      ACTUAL      ESTIMATE    ESTIMATE
Results             Number of interactions with the public.      700          750          800         800

Efficiency          Provide response to citizen requests.       100%         100%         100%        100%


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                         COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Community Development Department is to protect and preserve the
public health, safety and general welfare; and to improve upon the quality of life for all of Brookings
through professional planning, zoning, and code enforcement activities.”

GOALS
1) To provide administration of services for the public including planning, zoning, and code enforcement,
   including citizen assistance.
2) To enhance service delivery by continuing improvement through education and training.

CHANGES
The Community Development Department was created January 1, 2009. The Planning, Zoning, and
Housing Administrator, two Code Enforcement Officers, and 40% of two secretarial staff were moved to
Community Development from Engineering. In addition, a new code enforcement staff member was added
in May 2008 and the Community Development Director began the end of January 2009.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                        2007             2008          2009          2010
                                OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                       ACTUAL           ACTUAL       ADOPTED       REQUESTED
                 Administer planning, zoning, and
Planning /                                                      N/A            $130,193      $154,077       $161,746
                 housing services including rental
Zoning /
                 inspections and requests for Planning
Housing
                 Commission and Board of Adjustment.

Code             Perform code enforcement for building          N/A             $60,880      $71,849         $76,411
Enforcement      codes and city ordinances.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF                                                            2007              2008        2009           2010
                            SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                                           ACTUAL            ACTUAL     ESTIMATE       ESTIMATE
              FTE cost per number of Board of Adjustment
Output                                                              $370             $324        $320           $330
              variance requests

Output        FTE cost per number of platted lots processed           $90            $65         $112           $108

              FTE cost per number of preliminary subdivision
Output                                                            $1,103            $1,411      $2,758         $1,909
              plans reviewed

Output        FTE cost per number of annexations processed             0             $808       $2,713         $2,869
                                                                 (no annexations)



Output        FTE cost per number of rezoning processed               -----          $485        $520           $549

Output        Number of Code Enforcement Investigations               225            915         1,092          1,003

Output        Percent of rental units inspected & licensed          18%              36%         30%            13%




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                                   ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the City Engineering Department is to provide quality engineering,
planning, zoning, and building services to all citizens in a professional and efficient manner.”

GOALS
1) To plan, organize and administer construction and maintenance of public works projects with other city
   departments and local, state and federal agencies.
2) To provide administration of services for the public including planning, zoning, code enforcement,
   building services, and housing inspection, including citizen assistance.
3) To enhance service delivery by continuing improvement through education and training.

CHANGES
The new Community Development Department was established in January 2009. The creation of this
department moved the Planning, Zoning and Housing Administrator, two Code Enforcement Officers, and
40% of two secretarial staff to the new department. Thus, the programs and services and performance
measures have been modified to reflect this change.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                          2007       2008             2009           2010
                                   OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                                         ACTUAL     ACTUAL          ADOPTED        REQUESTED

Engineering      Design, administer and inspect city projects     $82,969    $98,529         $116,332        $119,821
                 including streets, parks, sidewalk, urban, and
                 drainage. Engineering services include the
                 administration of Phase II Storm Water
                 requirements and Drainage Plan review.


Planning /        Administer planning, zoning, and housing        $110,089   $130,193        Moved to        Moved to
Zoning /          services including rental inspections and                                   CDD             CDD
Housing           requests for Planning Commission and Board
                  of Adjustment.


Building         Administer building permits and perform          $119,421   $160,774        $99,781         $102,774
Services         code enforcement for building codes and city                (one new         (only for        (only for
& Code           ordinances.                                                 Code Enf.        building         Building
                                                                             Staff was        services)        Services)
Enforcement                                                                   added)


Motor Pool       Financially manage the self-sustaining motor      $1,994     $5,085          $2,300          $2,400
                 pool vehicle by billing users at the
                 appropriate mileage rate.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
 TYPE OF                                        2007                2008              2009                   2010
                 SERVICE MEASURE
 MEASURE                                       ACTUAL              ACTUAL           ESTIMATE               ESTIMATE
              FTE cost per number of
 Output       Board of Adjustment                $370               $324          Moved to CDD            Moved to CDD
              variance requests
              Cost per lane mile for chip
 Output                                         $5,762             $5,716                $5,626             $6,700
              seal
              Cost per lane mile for
 Output                                        $129,838           $109,068          $150,000               $180,000
              asphalt overlay

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         FTE cost per number of
                                          $90                 $65           Moved to CDD        Moved to CDD
Output   platted lots processed
         FTE cost per number of
         preliminary subdivision        $1,103               $1,411         Moved to CDD        Moved to CDD
Output
         plans reviewed
         FTE cost per number of            0
Output                                                        $808          Moved to CDD        Moved to CDD
         annexations processed      (no annexations)
         Miles of sidewalk
Output                                    25.9                25.9               29.4                 28
         inspected
         Number of drainage plans
Output                                     11                  11                 22                  26
         reviewed
         Number of Code
Output   Enforcement                      225                 915           Moved to CDD        Moved to CDD
         Investigations
         Percent of rental units
Output                                    18%                 36%           Moved to CDD        Moved to CDD
         inspected and licensed
                                    113 single family   89 single family   80 single family   85 single family
         Number of building         12 townhomes        9 townhomes        5 townhomes        8 townhomes
Output
         permits issued             9 duplexes          5 duplexes         3 duplexes         3 duplexes
                                    7 apartments        8 apartments       1 apartment        2 apartments




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                                       FINANCE DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the City Finance Department is to provide timely and accurate financial
information to city management and the public, and to administer the city’s assets, including cash and
investments, in a prudent and intelligent manner.”

GOALS
1) To provide timely and accurate information about the availabilities of funds and changes in the funds
   available for the activities of each city department and program.
2) To assist the City Manager to adopt an adequate budgetary control process, including incorporating
   the “Performance Budgeting Procedure” into the city’s financial budgeting process, thereby improving
   services and efficiencies of the organization.
3) To effectively administer the city’s assets; earn high interest revenues through investing the city’s idle
   cash after considering the priority of safety of principle and adequate liquidity needs.
4) To reduce waste, inefficiency, or misuse of the city’s funds by applying adequate internal control
   procedures.
5) To manage the department’s budget and personnel with a focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and fiscal
   responsibility.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                      2007       2008        2009          2010
                               OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                     ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Budgeting       Provide accurate information in the          $45,724    $47,760     $52,290        $52,290
                preparation and monitoring of the Annual
                Budget and Five-Year Capital
                Improvement Plan.


Financial       To maintain accurate financial records       $101,998   $106,542   $116,647       $116,647
Reporting       and provide timely financial information
                to the public, bondholders, grantors,
                auditors, City Council and City
                management, and to maintain adherence
                with financial accounting and reporting
                standards set by the South Dakota
                Codified Law and by the Government
                Accounting Standards Board.


Payroll         Process City payroll accurately and in a     $31,654    $33,065     $36,200        $36,200
                timely manner. Withhold, remit, and
                report employment taxes, court-ordered
                deductions, and other employee
                deductions.


Payroll        Process the electronic fund transfers for     $31,654    $33,065     $36,200        $36,200
Reporting      direct deposits; deposits to the pension
               funds, and remit electronically the payroll
               taxes. Prepare and file quarterly and
               annual tax information and returns
               including BMU Payroll and Hospital
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Accounts         Process accounts payable vendor               $66,826     $69,803     $76,424        $76,424
Payable and      payments on a timely basis. Monitor
Capital Asset    expenditures to identify potential
Management       problems or variations from the approved
                 budget. Maintain accurate capital asset
                 records and depreciate the assets
                 according to the Capital Asset Policy.
                 Provide reports to City departments.


Cash             Provide cash services to City Departments     $49,240     $51,434     $56,312        $56,312
Management       by receipting and depositing the cash.
and              Investing the cash to optimize interest
Investments      income according to SDCL and the City’s
                 Investment Policy.


Accounts         Process special assessment and accounts       $24,620     $25,716     $28,156        $28,156
Receivable       receivable billings and collections
and Special      accurately and in a timely manner.
Assessments


PERFORMANCE MEASURE
    TYPE OF                                                    2007         2008         2009           2010
                            SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                                    ACTUAL       ACTUAL      ESTIMATE       ESTIMATE
Budget
                   Percentage of budget deadlines met.         100%         100%         100%           100%
Deadlines
Financial
                   Financial Reports Completed on time.        25%*         75%          100%           100%
Reporting
Audit
                   Audit Completion dates.                   July 2008    July 2009    June 2010      June 2011
Completion
Payroll            Withhold, remit, and report
                                                               100%         100%         100%           100%
Effectiveness      employment taxes on time.
Payroll            Payroll processing cost per employee
                                                              $26.67       $23.42       $23.00          $23.00
Payments           per annum.
Accounts
                   Cost to process payments and
Payable and
                   maintain capital assets records per        $15.49       $16.82       $16.00          $16.00
Capital Assets
                   check per annum.
Management
Cash
                   Interest earned.                          $2,500,185   $1,965,051   $700,000       $700,000
Management
Account                                                                    No data
                   Percentage collected.                                                 100%           100%
Receivable                                                                available.
*The Finance Department did a financial and payroll software conversion in 2006. An additional staff person
was added in September of 2006.




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                                 BROOKINGS FIRE DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The Brookings Fire Department will continue to be a proactive, emergency response
organization providing safe and efficient service to the citizens and visitors of Brookings through
prevention, education, and cooperation.”

GOALS
1) To maintain adequate emergency preparedness to handle a variety of potential life or property
   threatening situations in order to provide adequate levels of safety for the community.
2) To engage in fire prevention and education efforts to ensure the most cost effective system of
   community fire protection, both now and in the future.
3) To establish and maintain a relationship with other departments and outside agencies, enabling us to
   provide and receive reciprocal support to accomplish an assigned mission.
4) To achieve an Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating of 4 or less by 2016.
5) To continue to test all fire pumps, engines, drive trains, fire hose, ladders, aerial devices, and self-
   contained breathing apparatus to national standards to aid in lowering the City’s ISO rating.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                           2007       2008        2009          2010
                                  OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                          ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Fire            Fire suppression services are provided to the     $185,000   $231,592   $270,279       $270,404
Suppression     citizens of Brookings, 162.5 square miles of
                Brookings County, and 27 square miles of
                Moody County.


Fire            The Fire Chief and Deputy Fire Chief              $25,500     $5,000     $5,000          $5,000
Investigation   provide fire investigation services on all fire
                scenes within our response area. A County-
                wide Arson Task Force has been formed.


Rescue &        Rescue and recovery services are provided         $66,728    $100,000   $110,000       $120,000
Recovery        to the citizens of Brookings, Brookings
Services        County, a portion of Moody County, and
                guests passing through. We provided
                vehicle extrication, confined space rescue,
                low- and high-angle rope rescue, water
                rescue, and dive rescue.


Fire            The department provides proactive                 $27,000    $15,000    $16,000         $17,000
Prevention &    prevention program opportunities to all
Education       citizens of Brookings, Brookings County, and
                several surrounding communities. Programs
                such as school visits, the Big Sioux Water
                Festival, 5th Grade Career Day, department
                tours, group lectures, and use of the safety
                house supported by printed media and
                handout items help to promote fire
                awareness and safety. We used the Fire
                Starters Program to help children whom
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Plan Review,   The department provides plan review and          $37,000      $17,500      $18,000      $19,000
Inspection,    inspection in coordination with the City
and Pre-       Engineer’s Dept. for all commercial,
Planning       industrial, and multi-family property within
               the city limits. From reviews and inspections,
               pre-plans are drawn that indicate the
               building floor plan with key information such
               as sprinkler hook-ups, hydrant locations, and
               utility locations. These plans aid in fire
               suppression or rescue efforts.


Fire Service   The Fire Chief, the Deputy Fire Chief, or the    $110,000     $24,000      $25,000      $28,000
Training       Fire Service Instructors on our department
               instruct or arrange instruction to advance
               their knowledge of fire suppression,
               investigation, pre-planning, and all areas of
               rescue services. Arrangements are made to
               advance the instructors level of training.


Firefighter    Deferred Compensation Program for                $45,000      $104,000     $115,000     $117,000
Retention      volunteer firefighters.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
  TYPE OF                                                           2007        2008          2009        2010
                              SERVICE MEASURE
  MEASURE                                                          ACTUAL      ACTUAL       ESTIMATE    ESTIMATE
Outcome        Cost per capita                                     $24.00       $26.81       $28.95      $31.09

Efficiency     Investigations Completed                             100%        100%         100%         100%

Efficiency     Number of calls (including County)                    150         145          180          200
                                                                    6:12         6:30         6:00        5:45
Efficiency     Average response time (including County)
                                                                   minutes      minutes      minutes     minutes




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                                           FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
                                PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the City Forestry Department is to provide and maintain an urban
forest of trees on public property, thereby enhancing the aesthetics of our community.”

GOALS
1) To sustain the health and longevity of public trees planted over the past 125 years.
2) To perpetuate and expand our urban forest through the continued planting of trees on boulevards,
   streets, and public property.
3) To ensure a safe environment through regular safety pruning, elevating of lower branches, and
   inspection/maintaining of all public trees.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                          SERVICE                      2007       2008        2009          2010
  MEASURE                                                      ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Tree Removal Primarily Dutch Elm Disease control;              $95,000    $90,000    $90,000        $90,000
             some removal for safety concerns.


Tree                Corrective pruning young trees,            $165,000   $110,000   $146,000       $165.000
Maintenance         elevating lower branches over
                    streets and sidewalks, removal of
                    dead or broken branches, storm
                    damaged trees, etc.


New trees           Boulevard tree planting where              $60,000    $50,000    $50,000        $70,000
                    appropriate in all new residential
                    subdivisions, replacements for DED
                    losses, and maintain the city nursery.


Related             Work for other city departments            $50,000    $40,000    $40,000        $30,000
services            (Parks, Utility line clearance, Street,
                    and Airport).


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    TYPE OF                                                     2007        2008       2009         2010
                                SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                                     ACTUAL      ACTUAL    ESTIMATE     ESTIMATE
Operating
Expenditure per          All services.                          $20.00     $15.68      $18.16       $19.19
Capita (Excluding
Capital Outlay)
Number of Dutch
                         Maintain losses at current level or
Elm Disease                                                      202        167         180          180
                         reduce losses.
infections
                         New trees within 1-year of home
Tree plantings           completion, or 1-year of                150        175         300          300
                         removal.
Annual rotational
                                                                50% of     50% of     60% of        70% of
schedule for             Maintain 7-year rotation cycle.
                                                                 Goal       Goal       Goal          Goal
pruning all trees


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                    Timely response to requests for               Backlog of     Continue
                                                      Completed
                    Utility line clearance, assist                 requests    High Priority
Related Service                                         Service
                    Street, Parks, and Airport                      will be    Responses to
                                                       Requests
                    Departments.                                  completed      requests

Revenue - outside   Reimbursement for services to
                                                      $21,707     $20,000       $10,000
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                             GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
                                         ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “To construct and maintain City facilities to provide safe and functional facilities for
City staff, City Council, and the general public.”

GOALS
1) To provide physical plant for the departments and programs assigned to City Hall/Fire and Police
   Building.
2) To make improvements to the City facilities and grounds to enhance safety, meet regulations, meet
   space needs, and provide functional facilities for the public.
3) To provide meeting rooms for City staff and governmental groups.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
     SERVICE                                                 2007               2008        2009          2010
                                 OUTCOME
     MEASURE                                                ACTUAL             ACTUAL     ADOPTED       REQUESTED

City Hall facility    Provide maintenance and               $79,702            $81,555    $101,854       $100,430
management            operation of City Hall/
                      Fire/Police building and
                      grounds.


City Hall facility     Provide improvements to              $100,787           $57,047    $75,900         $75,000
Improvements and       enhance operations and safety
remodeling             of City Hall/ Fire/Police
                       building and grounds, including
                       in- house design, coordinating
                       consultants for design as
                       necessary, bidding and
                       administering projects to meet
                       bidding requirements.


Improvement of        Provide improvements to                  -----           $18,261    $68,100         $10,000
City buildings and    enhance operations and safety
grounds               of other City-owned buildings
                      and grounds, including in- house
                      design, coordinating consultants
                      for design as necessary,
                      bidding and administering
                      projects to meet bidding
                      requirements.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    TYPE OF                                                        2007           2008       2009           2010
                               SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                                        ACTUAL         ACTUAL    ESTIMATE       ESTIMATE
Maintenance          City Hall maintenance operations per
                                                                       $3.89      $3.98      $4.96          $4.90
Costs                square foot.
Improvement
                     City Hall improvements per square foot.           $4.91      $2.78      $3.70          $4.87
Costs
Custodial Costs      Custodial services per square foot.               $0.63      $0.70      $0.70          $0.70




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                         HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
                                             CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The Brookings Historic Preservation Commission is committed to promoting the
inspiration, pleasure, and enrichment of the citizens of Brookings through the identification, documentation,
preservation, promotion, and development of the city’s historic resources.”

GOALS
(Source: Section 10-96 of City Code of Ordinances)
1) To preserve, promote, and develop the historical resources of the City.
2) To participate in the conduct of land use, urban renewal, and other planning processes undertaken by
    the city.
3) To promote and conduct an educational and interpretive program on historic properties within the city.
4) To recommend ordinances and otherwise provide information for the purpose of historic preservation
    to the City Council.
5) To negotiate with owners of historic properties and other interested persons when the designated
    property may be demolished, materially altered, remodeled, or relocated.
6) To contract with the state or the federal government, or any agency of either government, and to
    contract with other organizations and individuals.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                            2007      2008       2009          2010
                                 OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                           ACTUAL    ACTUAL    ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Revenue                                                            $25,000   $17,040    $25,000        $24,892


Expenditures                                                       $18,878   $21,353    $28,600        $28,600


Historic         •   Local, State & National Register of
Resources            Historic Places listings
Recordation      •   Computer Database
and              •   Case report documentation
Preservation
                 •   Photographic recordation


Historic         •   Educational materials (brochures,
Resources            website, signage, newsletter)
Promotion,       •   Educational events (workshops, award
Public               programs)
Education        •   Advocacy Efforts (Brookings
and                  Endangered Places List)
Advocacy
                 •   Preservation Planning (heritage
                     tourism, planning commission)


Technical and    •   Advise property owners within
Funding              Brookings city limits on local, state and
Resources            federal benefits.
                 •   Facilitate site visits with state personnel
                     and property owners to answer
                     technical assistance questions.
                 •   Facilitate securing preservation


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                    consultants for community projects.
                •   Respond to realtor inquiries regarding
                    tax benefits.
                •   Disseminate material and provide
                    ongoing updates to City Manager and
                    other city officials.


Commission      •   Attend mandatory annual state
Development         training sessions.
                •   Attend national conferences.
                •   Maintain local/state national
                    memberships.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
  TYPE OF                                                 2007       2008      2009       2010
                         SERVICE MEASURE
  MEASURE                                                ACTUAL     ACTUAL   ESTIMATE   ESTIMATE
                Compliance with National Park
Federal/State
                Service “Certified Local Government”         100%   100%      100%        100%
Compliance
                annual requirements.
                Annual review and implementation of
Planning                                                     100%   100%      100%        100%
                City’s Preservation Plan.




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                               HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “Attract, develop, motivate, and retain quality employees, to provide a competitive
compensation program and benefit package in a cost efficient manner, to assure compliance with
applicable employment laws, to promote safety awareness in the workplace, to assist in the resolution of
problems when conflicts arise, and to protect the City's monetary resources through effective risk
management techniques.”

GOALS
1) To operate in the most efficient and effective manner, with emphasis placed on customer service.
2) To work with job recruitment and other local entities on a plan to recruit and fill vacant City staff
   positions with quality employees on a timely basis, recognizing and encouraging the value of diversity
   and retention in the work place.
3) To provide a competitive salary and benefit package and develop the full potential of our work force
   by providing training and development for career enhancement.
4) To provide a work atmosphere that is safe, healthy, and secure, with emphasis on family and
   community goals.
5) To establish, administer, and effectively communicate sound policies, rules, and practices that treat
   employees with dignity and equality while maintaining City compliance with employment and labor
   laws, and City directives.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                              2007      2008       2009        2010
                                     OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                                             ACTUAL    ACTUAL    ADOPTED     REQUESTED

Employee         Develop, implement, communicate and maintain         $31,871   $31,871    $36,559      $37,704
Relations        HR policies, programs, and processes in
                 compliance with pertinent employment/labor
                 laws and City directives.


Recruitment      Recruit a diverse, high-performing workforce         $35,226   $35,226    $27,420      $28,278
Activities       exploring different avenues to advertise the
                 city’s jobs within the community and other cities,
                 states, etc.


Compensation     Implement and administer a market sensitive          $48,646   $48,646    $62,150      $64,095
and Benefits     pay and comprehensive, cost-effective benefits
Administration   program to attract, retain, and motivate human
                 resources.


Risk             Protect the monetary resources of the City           $26,839   $26,839    $29,248      $30,163
Management       through effective loss control and risk
                 management techniques.


Workplace        Promote safety awareness and to provide a            $16,774   $16,774    $18,280      $18,852
Safety and       coordinated effort to address and help resolve
Health           health and safety issues in the City of Brookings
                 in order to provide the safest possible working
                 conditions for our employees.


In-House         Provide HR related types of learning                 $8,387    $8,387     $9,140       $9,426

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Training        opportunities for all employees through
                seminars, workshops, videotapes, classes, and
                other learning alternatives.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF                                                         2007                  2008                  2009          2010
                       SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                                        ACTUAL                ACTUAL               ESTIMATE      ESTIMATE
            Provides the number of employees
Number of                                                                        28 total reported
            reporting workers comp claims who
employee                                                       29 total               (2 denied)           23 total      21 total
            sought medical treatment within the
injuries                                                                            (goal was 26)
            calendar year.
Number of   Counts the number of lost time injuries                                 3 lost time
                                                              7 lost time                                 5 lost time   4 lost time
lost time   for City of Brookings employees                                          Injuries
                                                               injuries                                    injuries      injuries
injuries    reported within the calendar year.                                       (goal was 6)
            Monitors percentage of voluntary
            turnover in regular FT positions based             5.78%                 *3.2%
Voluntary                                                  7 FT employees        4 FT employees
Turnover    on the number of FY budgeted                   (+4 FT retirees & 1    (+2 ft retirees not      5.22%         5.22%
Rates       personnel.                                      death not included      included in %)
            *This % does not include discharges, deaths,          in %)           (goal was 5.49%)
            retirements, or Reduction in Force (RIF).
            Monitors claim costs for medical
Work Comp
            services for employees and volunteers                                    $32,879
Claim                                                          $37,614                                    $35,392       $31,852
            who sustain injuries within the                                      (goal was $36,486)
Costs
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                                    HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE
                                               CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Brookings Human Rights Committee (BHRC) is to improve human
relations in the Brookings area by fighting discrimination through education and a complaint resolution
procedure. The committee has the power to investigate complaints alleging discrimination against
individuals or groups because of their racial or ethnic status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability,
and age.”

GOALS
1) To study the existence, character, causes, and extent of discrimination in employment, housing and
   public accommodations, property rights, education, and public services in the City of Brookings.
2) To advise and provide a forum for those subjected to unfair and discriminatory practices in the city
   and county of Brookings.
3) To hear and investigate complaints alleging discrimination and where probable cause for
   discrimination is found to exist by the committee, to refer the complaint to the appropriate
   governmental agency.
4) To provide advice to city officials concerning matters consistent with the purpose and powers of the
   committee.
5) To conduct educational programs and disseminate information to further the committee’s policy to
   eliminate discrimination in the City of Brookings.
6) To receive and investigate complaints regarding discrimination on the basis of disability, in compliance
   with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                    2007     2008           2009           2010
                            OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                   ACTUAL   ACTUAL        ADOPTED        REQUESTED

Public         Public education on local human             $3,356    $2,509        $4,200          $4,326
Education      rights issues are provided through
and            events and activities of the
Awareness      committee.
                 • Annual Human Rights Award
                       Program
                 • Diversity Potluck Events
                 • Human Rights Forums
                 • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
                       Award
                 • Website Page


Grievances/    The Committee is responsible to hear
Forum          ADA Title II complaints for the City
               and County and the power to
               investigate complaints alleging
               discrimination against individuals or
               groups because of their racial or
               ethnic status, religion, sex, disability,
               or age.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    TYPE OF                                        2007     2008      2009       2010
                       SERVICE MEASURE
    MEASURE                                       ACTUAL   ACTUAL   ESTIMATE   ESTIMATE
Result        Respond within defined parameters   100%     100%       100%        100%

Efficiency    Cost per capita                     $0.19    $0.14      $0.23       $.023




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                                   INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
                                             ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The purpose of the industrial development fund is to support development efforts with
special attention to the development of industrial property and support of the Brookings Economic
Development Corporation.”

GOALS
1) To purchase land that would be desirable for industrial development.
2) To provide infrastructure to service industries that develop in the industrial parks.
3) To provide a fund balance to purchase land and provide infrastructure.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                      OUTCOME                      2007            2008             2009              2010
  MEASURE                                                  ACTUAL          ACTUAL          ADOPTED           REQUESTED

Land              Purchase property for future sale to    $405,561        $405,561             $0               $0
purchase          the BEDC for industrial
                  development.



Infrastructure     Install infrastructure to service      $900,502        $388,470          $111,530         $700,000
                   industries in the industrial parks.                   (project not      (balance of
                                                                          completed          2008)
                                                                           in 2008)


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF                                                     2007              2008               2009             2010
                         SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                                    ACTUAL           ACTUAL            ESTIMATE          ESTIMATE
                 Average cost per linear foot of             $0                $0                 $0
  Output                                                                                                           $30
                 Water Main Construction.                (no project)      (no project)       (no project)
                 Average cost per linear foot of             $0                $0                 $0
  Output                                                                                                           $47
                 Sanitary Sewer construction.            (no project)     (no project)       (no project)
                 Average cost per linear foot of
                                                                              $279
                 street construction (grading/
  Output                                                    $260        (estimated since            $0            $483
                 curb/storm sewer/paving)
                                                                         not completed)
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                                   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                FINANCE OFFICE
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “To maintain a high standard of security, performance, and a strong working
environment between City of Brookings employees and the technology infrastructure.”
GOALS
1) To design, expand, and maintain the network services to the city departments and public.
2) To provide performance and speed for remote offices and local connections.
3) To provide support with Police, Dispatch, Animal Control, and Fire radio systems and surveillance
   video.
4) To provide fault tolerance and backup of all data in accordance with the State of South Dakota’s
   Records Retention and Destruction Schedule.
5) To maintain security and compliance with current technology standards.
6) To resolve service calls to maintain user performance.
7) To assist departments with new equipment purchases by advising and researching to ensure the city
   has current technology to meet their needs.
8) To provide technical knowledge and assistance to all City of Brookings departments and projects.
PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                     2007        2008       2009         2010
                                OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                                    ACTUAL      ACTUAL    ADOPTED      REQUESTED

Network         Administer the multiple Networks. Expand     $23,545     $17,486   $26,377        $21,329
Maintenance     on network infrastructure in City Hall and
                remote offices.


Repair          Workstation, printer, server and all         $30,823     $23,314   $35,170        $28,438
                networking equipment repair and
                maintenance.


Upgrades        Maintain software, hardware, server,         $25,893     $19,671   $29,674        $23,995
                licensing, virus and spam upgrades, and
                equipment.


Backups         Maintain redundancy and backups for city     $17,153     $12,386   $18,684        $15,108
                data and records.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
 TYPE OF                                                      2007        2008       2009          2010
                           SERVICE MEASURE
 MEASURE                                                     ACTUAL      ACTUAL    ESTIMATE      ESTIMATE
                Comply with established service level
Effectiveness                                                   96         97        97              97
                agreements for IT Department.
                Cost per workstations, servers, switches /   $236.87
Workload                                                      (partial   $285.97   $267.08        $270.00
                firewalls / spam filters per FTE               year)
                Total IT Operating and Maintenance
Efficiency      Expenditures as a percentage of total          .5%        .5%        .5%             .5%
                expenditures.
                Apply IT project methodology to projects
Efficiency                                                    100%        100%      100%            100%
                to meet milestones and completion dates.
                Complete all service requests within 90
Effectiveness                                                 95%         95%        95%            95%
                days starting work.

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                                    BROOKINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The Brookings Public Library will provide materials and information contributing to the
education, recreation and quality of life for the community.”

GOALS
1) Community members will have the resources and assistance required to meet information needs.
2) Community members will have access to a variety of materials and programs to develop their interests
   concerning contemporary cultural, social, and recreational trends.
3) Community members will have a place to conduct open public discourse to raise awareness in the
   community.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES
SERVICE                        OUTCOME                        2007            2008               2009             2010
MEASURE                                                      ACTUAL          ACTUAL            ADOPTED          REQUESTED

Children’s    Materials and Programs offered to all         $242,625         $302,113          $315,928         $322,350
Services      children in Brookings County ages 0-18.


Adult         Materials and Programs are offered to         $305,060         $326,920          $343,804         $352,500
Services      all adults in Brookings County.


Technology    Access to Internet, business software,        $242,625         $256,929          $269,467         $276,250
Services      children’s software, and the integrated
              library system is offered in-house and
              remotely.


PERFORMANCE MEASURE
TYPE OF                                                       2007                 2008            2009            2010
                       SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                                      ACTUAL               ACTUAL         ESTIMATE        ESTIMATE
                                                              14,861              19,965          20,165          20,366
             Number of attendees at children’s                                    (Increased
Outcome                                                 (Increased by 8% over                    (Increase by    (Increase by
             programs                                            2006)
                                                                                   by 7.5%
                                                                                                      1%)             1%)
                                                                                  over 2007)
                                                               1,007
             Number of attendees at adult                (Decreased by 28%)         675             682             700
Outcome                                                 (Traveling exhibit made   (Decreased     (Increase by    (Increase by
             programs                                     2006 numbers very        by 30%)            1%)             1%)
                                                                 high.)
                                                                                   2,865           2,922           2,980
Outcome      Use of electronic databases                       1,759              (Increased     (Increase by    (Increase by
                                                                                   by 38%)            2%)             2%)
Customer
             Meeting room user satisfaction                     95%                 95%             95%             95%
Service
Customer
             Citizen satisfaction rating                        95%                 95%            95%              95%
Service




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                           BROOKINGS MUNICIPAL LIQUOR STORE
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Brookings Municipal Liquor Store is to offer a wide variety of
products at competitive prices and to conduct the business of selling alcoholic beverages in a responsible
manner which will reflect favorably on the owners of the store, the citizens of Brookings.”

GOALS
1) To provide a full-service retail liquor store that offers a wide variety of products at competitive prices
   for its customers.
2) To administer the override portion of the Brookings Municipal Liquor Store in an efficient and cost
   effective manner.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
   SERVICE                                                 2007            2008            2009              2010
                               OUTCOME
   MEASURE                                                ACTUAL          ACTUAL         ADOPTED           REQUESTED

Provide a high       Satisfied customers               $105,252           $150,000        $200,000           $285,000
quality retail                                        retail profit      retail profit   retail profit      retail profit
liquor store.


Administer the       Collect all the money owed to        $398,486       $428,486        $455,000           $475,000
override portion     the city from alcoholic              net profit     net profit      net profit         net profit
of the business in   beverage license holders                from           from            from               from
an efficient         without incurring losses from         override       override        override           override
manner.              non-payment.                         operation      operation       operation          operation


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
     TYPE OF                                                     2007          2008          2009              2010
                                SERVICE MEASURE
     MEASURE                                                    ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ESTIMATE          ESTIMATE
                        Compare employee cost to retail
Retail Cost                                                      9.82%         9.96%         9.20%             9.0%
                        sales.

                        Compare employee cost to
Override Cost                                                    8.36%         8.53%         8.07%             9.10%
                        override gross margin.
Revenue generated
                        General Fund Transfer.                 $370,000      $370,000      $400,000          $450,000
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                                          PARK & RECREATION
 SPECIAL NOTE: Although Parks and Recreation have separate budgets, because of great overlap in expenditures, the
budget narrative will be combined. Although EdgeBrook Golf Course will operate in 2009 as a separate enterprise fund,
                     for purposes of this narrative, EdgeBrook Golf Course is included as in the past.

PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Brookings Parks and Recreation Department is to provide public
parks, open space, and recreational activities which are not normally or easily provided by the private
sector.”

GOALS
1) To enhance the quality of life for all citizens through wellness and leisure time activities.
2) To ensure adequate space designated for parks, playgrounds, and athletic facilities as residential
   neighborhoods develop and our community grows.
3) To provide enjoyable recreational opportunities, competitive and non-competitive, for persons of all
   ages, at a reasonable expense.
4) To cooperate and collaborate whenever possible with recreation related private, non-profit and
   volunteer agencies, in furthering and enabling their efforts in providing services in sports, the arts, or
   other leisure time activities.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
   SERVICE                                              2007            2008             2009              2010
                              SERVICE
   MEASURE                                             ACTUAL          ACTUAL          ADOPTED           REQUESTED

Aquatic           Provide a 90-day outdoor            $245,460        $281,448         $275,000           $270,000
Activities        swim season at Hillcrest Aquatic
                  Center. Program recreational
                  swimming at BHS Pool during
                  the winter months.


Ice Skating        Provide a five-month indoor        $207,760        $204,980         $210,000           $220,000
Activities         skating season plus 16-week
                   summer ice, beginning in 2008.
                   Minimal outdoor ice.


Golf Course       Offer a seven-month season at       $345,350        $373,113         $382,739           $398,700
                  EdgeBrook Golf Course.
                  Provide a well-maintained
                  course to meet golfer
                  expectations. Make updates
                  and improvements to attract
                  new golfers.


Team sports        Provide youth and adult team      Not tracked     Not tracked      Not tracked        Will begin
and athletics      sport activities, including       separately.     separately.      separately.     tracking in 2010.
                   baseball, softball, youth
                   football, and soccer.


Classes,           Provide instruction and           Not tracked     Not tracked      Not tracked        Will begin
instruction,       practice opportunities in         separately.     separately.      separately.     tracking in 2010.
special            individual lifetime sports,
activities,        recreational fitness, and


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sports camps,       wellness activities.
etc.


General park        All parks and recreation          $1,165,500    $1,383,842    $1,513,821           $1,65,000
and recreation      operations minus those tracked
facility            for aquatics, ice skating, and
maintenance         golf.
plus team
sports and
classes above.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    TYPE OF                                             2007          2008           2009                2010
                          SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                             ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ESTIMATE            ESTIMATE
Revenue
Generation           All Services and Sources other
                                                      $720,477      $770,712       $793,450            $853,900
Parks and            than General Fund
Recreation
General Fund
                     Balance of operating budget      $1,303,486    $1,472,670    $1,483,110          $1,649,800
Dollars
Total Operating      Parks and Recreation
                                                      $2,023,963    $2,243,382    $2,381,560          $2,503,700
Budget               Combined
                     Portion of operating budget
Revenue support      supported by fees and               36%           34%            33%                34%
                     charges
                     All funds cost per capita         $103.00       $121.26        $128.73            $135.34
Net Expenditure
per Capita
                     General fund cost per capita       $66.75        $79.60        $81.47              $89.18
                     Rounds played                      17,426        17,412        18,000              19,000

                     Income                           $287,660      $272,199       $314,000            $342,900
EdgeBrook Golf
                     Total Operating Budget           $345,350      $373,114       $382,000            $398,000
Course Statistics
                     Recreational Investment           $57,690      $100,915        $68,000            $55,100
                     (General Fund)
                     Attendance, including
                     participants                      125,000       130,000        130,000            132,000
Larson Ice
                     Income                           $100,506      $137,491       $145,000            $155,000
Center Statistics
                     Total Operating Budget           $207,760      $204,980       $210,000            $220,000

                     Recreational Investment          $107,254       $67,489        $65,000            $65,000
                     (General Fund)
                     Estimated Attendance               50,000        60,000        45,000              55,000
Hillcrest Aquatic
Center               Income                           $166,910      $181,770       $165,000            $175,000
Statistics           Total Operating Budget           $245,460      $281,448       $265,000            $275,000

                     Recreational Investment           $78,550       $99,678       $100,000            $100,000
Other activity       Softball, baseball, soccer,      Not tracked   Not tracked   Not tracked         Not tracked
statistics           tennis, camps, etc.              separately.   separately.   separately.         separately.
Affiliated &
                     Update Brookings Activity
recreation                                                                        Dakota Plains
                     Center, Dakota Plains
related agencies                                         -----         -----       Speedway         Activity Center
                     Speedway, and formalize
operating                                                                          completed
                     Swim Club.
agreements


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                   Initiate agreement with
                   Brookings Arts Council, and                       BISA                 SDSU
Affiliated &
                   SDSU Baseball. Review                          Agreement,            Baseball,
recreation
                   existing: Brookings Ice                       and Brookings          Friends of
related agencies                                 -----   -----
                   Skating Assn., Brookings                      School District        Baseball,
operating
                   Soccer Assn., Friends of                       Agreements            Brookings
agreements
                   Baseball, and Brookings                        completed.              Soccer
                   School District.
Satisfaction
                   Programs and activities       -----   -----     Ongoing              Ongoing
Surveys




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                                         POLICE DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Brookings Police Department is to provide professional law
enforcement and quality services to our community.”

GOALS
1) To create a climate of trust within the department and throughout our service community through open
   communication, education, and cooperation.
2) To enhance our partnerships within our community and facilitate crime prevention efforts through
   community involvement and an overall community-policing philosophy.
3) To enhance our service delivery utilizing continuous process improvement through acquisition of modern
   technology, continuing education and advanced training, and by remaining open to new ideas and
   concepts in law enforcement.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                     2007         2008         2009          2010
                              OUTCOME                        ACTUAL
  MEASURE                                                                 ACTUAL      ADOPTED       REQUESTED

Law             Provide effective and efficient             $2,205,389   $2,448,860   $2,554,353    $2,602,365
Enforcement     responses to, and investigative
& SWAT          measures of criminal activity, crime
Community       reduction and reactive response to high
Education and   risk incidences, and opportunities for
Safety          crime to occur within the City of
Programs        Brookings. Enhance community
                partnerships and continue to participate
                in community-wide life-safety and
                wellness programs to include DARE,
                Safety Town, Traffic Safety, Emergency
                Management, National Night Out, and
                other community-policing programs and
                events.


Emergency       Facilitate seamless, courteous, and         $339,121     $387,092     $409,880       $660,500
Services        professional administrative
Dispatching     communication and emergency services
                dispatching within the confidence bond
                throughout Brookings County.


Animal          Professionally and resourcefully             $81,046      $83,448      $91,635       $92,017
Control         investigate, manage, and abate animal
                nuisances and ordinance violations within
                the confidence bond throughout
                Brookings County.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
      TYPE OF                                                   2007        2008         2009         2010
                                SERVICE MEASURE
      MEASURE                                                  ACTUAL      ACTUAL     ESTIMATE     ESTIMATE
Expenditure Per Capita    Law Enforcement                      $119.21     $132.37     $155.63      $137.11
                          Dispatch (County-wide)               $11.60      $20.92       $22.15       $22.59
                          Animal Control (County-wide)          $2.77       $2.87       $3.85        $3.20


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                         Community Programs                $1.57      $1.36      $1.89          $1.95
Crime Rate per 1,000
                         Law Enforcement                    45.5       53         50              53
persons per annum
Answered/Dispatched
Emergency and
Administrative Calls     Emergency Services Dispatching    3,547      3280       3655            3764
per 1,000 persons per
annum

Animal Complaints
Received and
                         Animal Control                     470        497        481            495
Investigated per 1,000
persons per annum
Revenue Generation –
All Services and         All Services                     $283,319   $315,867   $326,373      $336,164
Sources

* Note Emergency Management and Traffic Safety for the Estimated 2010 Budget are within the Police
Department’s Budget.




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                          RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY BUILDING
                                       ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Research and Technology Fund is to professionally manage the
Research and Technology Building.”

GOALS
1) To provide financial collection services for rent for the research and technology facility.
2) To manage and provide a safe working environment for the research and technology businesses.
3) To monitor growth of the research and technology businesses to assess the potential for needed
   expansion of the building.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                2007       2008        2009         2010
                             OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                               ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED      REQUESTED

Facility         Provide maintenance services for       $34,221    $37,092    $53,044       $48,951
Management       the main structure and common
and Operations   areas of the building, and
                 administer requests by the tenants
                 (not including depreciation).


Financial        Collect rental fees from the tenants   $188,599   $203,626   $200,000     $143,000
Management       and assure that payments are
                 made correctly and on time.



PERFORMANCE MEASURES
   TYPE OF                                               2007       2008        2009         2010
                          SERVICE MEASURE
   MEASURE                                              ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ESTIMATE     ESTIMATE

Maintenance        Maintenance cost per square foot.     $1.47      $1.59      $2.27         $2.10

Revenue
Generated for      Transfer to the General Fund.        $125,000   $146,000   $145,000     $120,000
Transfer




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                                       SOLID WASTE / LANDFILL
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The City of Brookings Solid Waste Department is committed to the management of
Solid Waste employing source reduction, recycling, waste to energy, and landfilling using environmentally
safe methods, while maintaining competitive user fees.”

GOALS
1) To operate an environmentally safe Subtitle D landfill in a cost efficient manner, thereby increasing the
   general fund transfer.
2) To reduce waste that is landfilled by enhancing recycling opportunities for the public.
3) To collect solid waste from single family homes in Brookings in a cost efficient and customer friendly
   manner.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                2007               2008               2009               2010
                           OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                               ACTUAL             ACTUAL            ADOPTED            REQUESTED

Land filling   Landfill operations are provided       $1,451,132         $1,558,439         $1,661,519          $1,633,890
               for all or portions of six counties,      (Includes          (Includes          (Includes           (Includes
               serving about 45,000 people.           depreciation not   depreciation not   depreciation not    depreciation not
                                                         Capital.)          Capital.)          Capital.)           Capital.)



Recycling      Collect recycling items and yard        $395,063           $418,964           $458,910            $479,447
               waste from single family homes            (Includes          (Includes          (Includes           (Includes
               in Brookings.                          depreciation not   depreciation not   depreciation not    depreciation not
                                                         Capital.)          Capital.)          Capital.)           Capital.)



Garbage        Collect garbage and tree                $395,064           $418,964           $458,910            $479,447
Collection     branches from single family               (Includes          (Includes          (Includes           (Includes
               homes in Brookings.                    depreciation not   depreciation not   depreciation not    depreciation not
                                                         Capital.)          Capital.)          Capital.)           Capital.)



PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                         2007               2008                2009                 2010
TYPE OF MEASURE            SERVICE MEASURE
                                                        ACTUAL             ACTUAL             ESTIMATE             ESTIMATE
                      Total Tons received at the
Outcome                                               61,731 tons        59,748 tons         57,000 tons          58,000 tons
                      Landfill
Cost                  Total Cost for Landfill         $1,451,132         $1,558,439          $1,661,519           $1,633,890
Demographics          Service Area population           45,000             45,000              45,500               46,000
                      Landfill cost per service
Outcome                                                  $32.25             $34.63              $37.42               $35.52
                      area capita per year
Revenue Generated
                      General Fund Transfer             $500,000          $525,000            $440,000             $440,000
for the City
                      Total Cost of Solid Waste
Cost                                                    $790,127          $837,928            $917,820             $958,894
                      Collection
                      Number of Household
Demographics          Garbage Collection                  4,390             4,521                4,550                4,600
                      Accounts
Outcome               Tons of Garbage Collected        4,622 tons         4,549 tons          4,650 tons           4,700 tons
                      Tons of Yard Waste
Outcome                                                 410 tons           397 tons            420 tons             425 tons
                      Collected
Outcome               Tons of Trees Collected           69 tons             62 tons            70 tons              71 tons
Outcome               Tons of Recycling Collected       428 tons           452 tons            460 tons             470 tons


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          Average tons of solid
Outcome                           1.26 tons   1.21 tons   1.23 tons        1.23 tons
          waste per account




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                                       SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND
                                             ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Special Assessments Fund is to provide a vehicle to pay for
assessment projects and recover the assessment payments.”

GOALS
1) To provide a self-sustaining fund to finance street, alley, sidewalk and storm drainage assessment
   projects.
2) To eliminate bonding costs on assessment projects.
3) To collect all principal and interest owed on the assessment projects.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                       2007           2008                  2009               2010
                                 OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                                      ACTUAL         ACTUAL               ADOPTED            REQUESTED

Project              Construct assessment projects             $23,827       $404,142              $305,991            $610,000
Construction         including streets, alleys, sidewalks,                    (project not          (balance of
                     and storm drainage.                                     completed in          2008 project
                                                                                 2008)            and new 2009
                                                                                                      project)

Project              Design, bid, and administer               $11,909        $10,501               $14,708            $15,150
Administration       construction projects including
                     streets, alleys, sidewalks, and
                     storm drainage.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF                                               2007                2008                     2009                 2010
                    SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                              ACTUAL              ACTUAL                  ESTIMATE             ESTIMATE
               Average cost per square foot
Outcome                                                $3.15              $5.30                    $5.83                $6.00
               for sidewalk assessment.
               Average cost per front foot
Outcome                                                $27.29            $36.21                   $38.00                $40.00
               for alley assessment.
               Average cost per                                          $30 est.                   $30
Outcome        Front foot for water main                $0          (2008 project not        (from 2008 project)         $35
                                                    (No project.)
               assessment.                                             completed)             (No 2009 project.)

               Average cost per                                          $35 est.                   $35
Outcome        Front foot for Sewer main                $0          (2008 project not        (from 2008 project)         $40
                                                    (No project.)
               assessment.                                             completed)             (No 2009 project.)


                                                                         $76 est.
               Average cost per                                     (2008 project not
Outcome        Front foot for street                    $0          completed: street
                                                                                                    $40                  $140
                                                    (No project.)                            (asphalt paving only)
               assessment.                                            with curb, no
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                                          STORM DRAINAGE
                                       ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “The purpose of the Storm Drainage Fund is to design, maintain and construct storm
drainage facilities in the City of Brookings. These facilities can be as large as a major bridge or as small
as a storm sewer inlet.”

GOALS
1) To maintain existing storm drainage facilities including bridges, culverts, storm sewers, drop inlets, and
   drainage ditches.
2) To purchase land, design and construct new storm drainage facilities to solve or reduce drainage
   problems.
3) To coordinate and administer the Storm Water Management Program.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
 SERVICE                                                 2007         2008           2009           2010
                            OUTCOME
 MEASURE                                                ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ADOPTED        REQUESTED

Planning       Continue Drainage Master Plan with      $145,097      $88,566       $150,000        $50,000
               consulting assistance, identify
               drainage projects, present projects
               to Council to prioritize and fund,
               purchase land, construct projects


Maintenance     Maintain and repair the existing        $56,664      $66,013        $60,000        $60,000
                storm drainage system in the City of
                Brookings


Compliance     Coordinate and administer the             $972         $574          $1,000          $2,000
               Storm Water Management Program,
               which is an EPA Mandate and
               includes the following areas:
                 • Public Education and Outreach
                    on Storm Water Impacts
                 • Public Involvement/ Participation
                 • Illicit Discharge Detection and
                    Elimination
                 • Construction Site Storm Water
                    Runoff Control
                 • Post-construction Storm Water
                    Management in New
                    Development and
                    Redevelopment
                 • Pollution Prevention/ Good
                    Housekeeping for Municipal
                    Operations


Financial       Manage and adjust the storm            $501,800     $519,757       $548,000        $750,000
                drainage fee as directed or as
                necessary to achieve the goals of
                the drainage plan.



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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
TYPE OF                                                   2007     2008      2009          2010
                  SERVICE MEASURE
MEASURE                                                  ACTUAL   ACTUAL   ESTIMATE      ESTIMATE
                  Average cost per parcel for drainage
Output                                                   $86.51   $86.67    $91.21        $136.00
                  fee (regardless of size or use).
                  Complete and submit the Annual
Compliance with
                  Report for the Storm Water
DENR/EPA                                                 100%     100%      100%           100%
                  Management Plan by DENR’s yearly
regulations
                  deadline of March 10.
                  Cost per foot for jetting (cleaning)
Output                                                   $0.85    $0.80     $0.80           $0.90
                  storm sewer pipe.




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                                       STREET DEPARTMENT
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “It is the mission of the City of Brookings Street Department to fund equipment,
materials, and personnel in order to provide a safe network of streets, avenues, and alleys throughout the
City. We intend to do this by responding promptly and courteously to citizen’s requests and concerns.”

GOALS
1) To make optimal use of available resources and equipment.
2) To respond promptly to service requests, to provide quality services, and to ensure customer
   satisfaction.
3) To promote the use of existing applicable training and education opportunities for our employees.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
                                                           2007       208         2009        2010
SERVICE MEASURE                 OUTCOME
                                                          ACTUAL     ACTUAL     ADOPTED     REQUESTED

Pavement             The goal of pavement                 $390,117   $469,771   $530,231     $578,272
Management, Street   management is to identify a
Maintenance, and     proper road program funding
Rehabilitation       level, and then to provide the
                     highest quality network of
                     pavements possible for the
                     traveling public at the available
                     funding level.


Mosquito Control      • Average percent reduction in      $76,237    $76,980    $87,017      $89,131
                        numbers of mosquito larvae
                        based on pre and post-
                        treatment sampling.
                      • Reduction in numbers of
                        mosquito complaint calls.
                      • Changes in infection rates for
                        humans and livestock or pets.


Street Sweeping       • To prevent environmental          $60,546    $64,031    $88,516      $90,631
                        impairments by removing
                        pollutants and dust
                        particulates in order to
                        minimize air and water
                        pollution (clean water
                        laws/clean air act).
                      • To provide an aesthetically
                        pleasing community
                        appearance.


Traffic Control      The purpose of traffic control       $66,421    $78,968    $104,622     $88,552
                     devices, and warrants for their
                     use, is to help ensure road safety
                     by providing for the orderly and
                     predictable movement of all
                     traffic, motorized and non-
                     motorized.



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Snow Removal          Through a proper planning            $307,355     $316,984    $364,547       $372,667
                      process to achieve a higher and
                      more consistent level of service
                      that results in increased safety,
                      higher mobility (in general, and
                      for emergency services), and
                      fewer “lost” days for the
                      business, education,
                      transportation, and
                      manufacturing sectors.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
    SERVICE                                            2007            2008          2009             2010
                               OUTCOME
   MEASURE                                            ACTUAL          ACTUAL       ESTIMATE         ESTIMATE
Pavement          Bituminous Material (asphalt
Management        mix/CRS-2)
                  Rock-Street Sealing                $390,117       $469,771       $530,231         $578,272
and Street
Maintenance       Gravel
Mosquito
                  Total Acres Sprayed                12 sq. miles   12 sq. miles   12 sq. miles    12+ sq. miles
Control
Street Sweeping   Total Lane Mile Swept                197.7          197.7          197.7           197.7+
                  % Traffic Signs Replaced              10             10              10              10
Traffic Control   Gallons White Paint                   500            450            400             450
                  Gallons Yellow Paint                  450            450            400             450
                  Contractor Standby                  $11,200       $11,000         $8,400*         $55,000
Snow Removal      Contractor Worked                   $32,040       $32,240         $7,941*           -----
                  Overtime                            $18,069       $13,703        $25,000          $25,000
Street Lighting   Operation of Street Lights         $325,493       $333,432       $345,000         $345,000
Street and
                  Maintenance of Sidewalks,
Sidewalk                                              $30,634         $97,008      $230,000         $516,000
                  Curb, and Gutter
Improvements
Capital Outlay
                  New Equipment                      $197,935       $191,759       $252,419          $37,419
Equipment
General           Wages and Expenses in the
                                                     $370,168       $372,455       $413,776         $428,940
Operations        General Operations

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                                             SWIFTEL CENTER
PURPOSE
Mission Statement: “It is the mission of the Swiftel Center to enhance the quality of life for the citizens of
the region by providing a gathering place for cultural, recreational and educational events, thereby
positively impacting the economy of Brookings.”

“It is the mission of VenuWorks (formerly named Compass Facility Management, Inc.) and its subsidiaries to
maximize the presentation of successful events in client facilities for the cultural, recreational, educational,
and economic benefit of the communities we serve.”

GOALS
1) To improve the quality of life for the citizens of Brookings by providing a diversity of events at the
   Swiftel Center.
2) To create an economic impact for the City of Brookings by maintaining and increasing the gross
   revenues at the Swiftel Center and by attracting people from the surrounding area to events.
3) To maintain and promote attendance at events held at the Swiftel Center.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
  SERVICE                                                  2007           2008           2009           2010
                            OUTCOME
  MEASURE                                                 ACTUAL         ACTUAL        ADOPTED        REQUESTED

Gross          Revenues generated from events, rent,     $1,323,822    $1,015,403     $1,213,898      $1,326,956
Revenues       naming rights, pouring rights,
               concessions and catering, signage,
               equipment, and other revenue streams.


Attendance     Promote, co-promote or rent facility to    104,830        98,825         83,455          104,980
               attract patrons to spectator events for
               entertainment or meetings, banquets,
               conventions for educational
               experience.


Events        Number of events held at the Swiftel          395            209            129             159
              Center.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
  TYPE OF                                                  2007           2008           2009           2010
                         SERVICE MEASURE
  MEASURE                                                 ACTUAL         ACTUAL        ESTIMATE       ESTIMATE

Revenue         Percentage of Gross Revenues from
                                                            74%           70%             74%            76%
Generation      Operations

Expenditure
                City Subsidy per Capita                   $16.11         $15.90         $16.27          $16.15
per Capita
Expenditure
per Square      Capital Expenditures per square foot       $0.97          $2.63          $1.43          $0.97
Foot




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                VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION & OPEN GOVERNMENT
                                           CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
Volunteer Recruitment, Appointments, Directory, Training, Recognition and Reporting. The City Clerk’s
Office coordinates volunteer recruitment, the appointment process, maintenance of the City Directory,
volunteer orientation activities, and volunteer recognition events for the 136 volunteers that serve on 16
city boards, committees, and commissions. A goal of the City Clerk’s Office is to actively encourage,
stimulate and reward citizen participation in local government. The contributions of time and expertise
made by volunteers to develop, improve, and coordinate City programs is inherent in the democratic
process.

PROGRAM & SERVICES
• Recruitment: The City Council wants to give as many citizens as possible the opportunity to participate
   in local government and provide their viewpoint on topics of concern to the City Council. Volunteers
   are recruited for positions, in accordance with City Council policy, through the use of press releases to
   local media advertising all vacancies of a volunteer or compensated position on a board, commission
   or committee of the City. Notice is also given on the City website.
• Appointment: Applicants are provided with an Application for Appointment and packets of information
   specific to their board of choice. Applicants are required to review the orientation packet prior to
   submission of their application. All applications for appointment are provided to the Mayor for
   consideration. The City Clerk coordinates any personal interviews and/or board input. Formal City
   Council action is required to approve all appointments. Formal notification from the Mayor regarding
   the status of appointment is provided to applicants.
• City Volunteer Directory: The City Clerk’s Office maintains a comprehensive City Directory of all city
   committees, boards and commissions and their volunteers that is available to the general public, city
   staff and elected officials via email, on the city share drive, in book format upon request and on the
   city website.
• Training: Formal orientation and training sessions are provided for all volunteers annually. All board
   members, long-term and newly appointed, are strongly encouraged to attend this training session.
   Information is provided on the City Council/City Manager Form of Government, the City Council
   Governance Policies, the Role of Citizen Advisory Boards, Legal Issues Facing Boards and the Role of
   the Chairman.
• Recognition: The City hosts an appreciation event to publicly recognize and thank all the people who
   volunteer their time to serve on City boards, committees and commissions. In addition to the volunteers,
   their spouses, City staff that assist the boards, City management and the Mayor and City Council also
   attend the event.
• Annual Reporting: All City Boards, Committees, and Commissions are required to submit an annual
   report to the City Clerk on February 15th for review by the City Council.

EXPENDITURES
It is the Mayor and City Council’s desire to sponsor quarterly activities that provide stimulation, recognition
and information to the city’s volunteers. Those may include the following activities: luncheon with
motivational speaker, summer picnic after work with families invited, workshops on city ordinances and
other pertinent laws and policies provided by the City Attorney and other key staff, event reception event
during the holiday season to thank volunteers, and town hall meetings to solicit input on key city issues.




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