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					C I T Y O F K A N S A S C I T Y, M I S S O U R I


 SUBMITTED ACTIVITY BUDGET

      FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012




   Prepared by The Office of Management and Budget
  DEB HERMANN              BILL SKAGGS




FIRST DISTRICT AT LARGE    FIRST DISTRICT
                           MAYOR PRO TEM


      ED FORD              RUSS JOHNSON




                                                            2
        SECOND
   DISTRICT AT LARGE
                           SECOND DISTRICT
                                                                    1
                             SHARON
   MELBA CURLS            SANDERS BROOKS




THIRD DISTRICT AT LARGE     THIRD DISTRICT



 BETH GOTTSTEIN           JAN MARCASON




                                                                4   3

        FOURTH             FOURTH DISTRICT
   DISTRICT AT LARGE

                                             MAYOR MARK
   CINDY CIRCO             TERRY RILEY
                                             FUNKHOUSER             5
                                                                            5



FIFTH DISTRICT AT LARGE     FIFTH DISTRICT
                                                                        6

   CATHY JOLLY            JOHN A. SHARP
                                             TROY SCHULTE
                                                INTERIM
                                             CITY MANAGER




SIXTH DISTRICT AT LARGE     SIXTH DISTRICT
                                    Organization Chart
                               City of Kansas City, Missouri

                                                     Citizens of
                                                     Kansas City




 Municipal                                            Mayor &                                            Governor of
Court Judges                                         City Council                                         Missouri




                                                                     Board of Parks           Board of               Board of
  Boards &     City Auditor             City Clerk                    & Recreation            Election                Police
 Commissions
                                                                     Commissioners          Commissioners          Commissioners



                                                     City Manager
  Finance               Information                                                     Parks &
 Department                                                                                                              Police
                        Technology                                                     Recreation
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                        Department                                                     Department
                                                                 Water
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     Law                                                       Department
  Department             Aviation                                                     Capital Projects                    Fire
                        Department                                                     Department                      Department

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   Human              City Planning &                      Community Services
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                       Development                            Department               Department                  Department
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  Services               Housing                                                                                        Court
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      CITY OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI


             INTERIM CITY MANAGER
                           Troy Schulte



Aviation                                  Mark VanLoh
Capital Projects                          Pat Klein, acting
City Auditor                              Gary White
City Clerk                                Vickie Thompson-Carr
City Planning and Development             Tom Coyle
Convention and Entertainment Facilities   Oscar McGaskey
Finance                                   Randall Landes
Fire                                      Richard “Smokey” Dyer
General Services                          Gerald Smith
Health                                    Rex Archer
Housing                                   Shirley Winn
Human Relations                           Phillip Yelder, acting
Human Resources                           Gary O’Bannon
Information Technology                    Ivan Drinks Sr.
Law                                       Galen Beaufort
Municipal Court                           John Franklin, acting
Neighborhood and Community Services       David Park
Parks and Recreation                      Mark L. McHenry
Police                                    Jim Corwin
Public Works                              Stanley Harris
Water Services                            Terry Leeds, acting
                     Office of the City Manager




                     29th Floor, City Hall
                     414 East 12th Street                                          (816) 513-1408
                     Kansas City, Missouri 64106                              Fax: (816) 513-1363




DATE:          February 10, 2011

TO:            Honorable Mayor Mark Funkhouser

FROM:          Troy M. Schulte, Interim City Manager

SUBJECT:       City Manager’s Submitted Budget for Fiscal Year 2011-12

I am pleased to submit for your review and comment the budget for the City’s fiscal year
beginning May 1, 2011 and ending April 30, 2012. This budget reflects total planned
expenditures of $1,246,558,124 – an increase of $16,114,187 or 1.3% over the FY 2010-11
adopted budget for the City as a whole. This growth is primarily generated in the General Fund
Supported funds and is attributable to higher debt service costs throughout the operation.
Revenues in the General Fund supported funds remain flat with all of the growth in the General
Fund supported funds attributable to additional utility tax revenue generated from an expected
electricity rate increase and a reallocation of local use tax revenue to benefit the General Fund.

This Budget Reflects Great Uncertainty.

This budget reflects the ongoing difficulties in the local and national economy, which is impacting
the fourth municipal budget in a row making this downturn one of the most prolonged and
impactful in the City’s history. This budget also was prepared with the knowledge that nearly 45%
of the City’s general fund revenues will go before voters on April 5, 2011. This upcoming election
to retain the earnings tax is one of the most critical that the City will face, and will determine the
direction of the City for the foreseeable future. Recognizing the significance of this vote, this
budget foregoes any new programs or major initiatives and asks City employees for further
sacrifice. I have communicated with our union leaders on how this budget proposal impacts the
workforce.

 I will also be asking you and the City Council to take the unprecedented step of adopting a
budget with two different implementation scenarios on March 24, 2011. The first scenario will
assume that the earnings tax vote is successful and the budget that is presented in the following
pages can be adopted. The second scenario will ask you and the City Council to adopt a series
of property tax and fee increases necessary to offset the first two years of the planned phase out
of the earnings tax. The property tax increase will be to the limit allowed by law to support the
City’s general obligation debt that is currently supported by non-property tax resources. This
would increase the annual property tax burden paid by residents by $90 for each $100,000 of
home market value. The second scenario will also ask you to implement a fee for trash and
recycling collection beginning no later than January 1, 2012. It is estimated that this fee would be
up to $15 per month ($180 per year) per household to fully support all of the City’s solid waste,
recycling, and neighborhood clean-up efforts. This two year funding solution would allow the City
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 2 of 12

the necessary time to petition the State Legislature and hold the necessary elections to ask voters
to replace the earnings tax with a variety of property, sales, and utility taxes should the April vote
be unsuccessful.

If the earnings tax is not approved, and in the event that the Legislature is unwilling to provide the
additional tax authorization or Kansas City voters do not approve the required tax increases, the
City would also begin reducing expenditures in FY 2011-12 to meet this new reality. The largest
expense in the General Fund is public safety and as a result, the first impact would be seen in
public safety response. I have already directed the Fire Chief and the Police Chief to delay new
fire and police academy classes until after the April 2011 election. These trainee classes are the
means by which the City replaces police officers and firefighters lost to retirement, natural attrition
and unfortunately, even line of duty death. Should the earnings tax election not be successful,
the upcoming academy classes would then be cancelled. Cancellation of these classes would
result in fewer firefighters to operate fire companies, and fewer police officers available to answer
calls. Fire companies and stations in the northland, far south and midtown areas of the City could
see reduced fire and emergency medical response presence as early as the fall of 2011. Fewer
police officers will result in longer response times and would be in full evidence by the fall of 2011.

This two year funding support would also allow the City’s long-term partners the needed time to
identify non-City resources to sustain their operations. These partners include the Kansas City
Zoo, the stadiums at the Truman Sports Complex, the museums at 18th and Vine, and the Liberty
Memorial and other important civic and cultural institutions. Throughout this message, we will be
identifying other programs at risk should the earnings tax not be retained.

In summary, the loss of the earnings tax would result in a tax cut for non-residents of the City who
are the beneficiaries of City services while working in the City and a significant shifting of the tax
or fee increase to Kansas City residents. Failure to replace the earnings tax with alternative
revenue streams would be catastrophic to this City’s overall quality of life.

This Budget Asks for an Additional Year of Wage Freezes for All City Employees.

All City staff have seen their wages frozen for two years, benefits reduced, co-worker’s jobs
eliminated in reductions of force, and a sharp reduction in the resources and equipment available
to do their jobs. Despite this, staff have responded by improving customer service, reducing wait
times, and improving overall service delivery. For example, it used to take over a year to remove
a dead tree on the City right-of-way and it now takes an average of sixteen days to accomplish
the same task. While there is still much work to do, the ongoing collaboration between labor and
management in this City that is evidenced in three years of zero percent health insurance
increases is indicative of the positive way that this City has responded to adversity. This budget
asks all City employees to defer merit increases for one more year to help the City weather the
continued economic uncertainty and the uncertainty over the earnings tax. This action will require
the City to reopen all current labor agreements and that process has already started.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 3 of 12

This Budget Requires a Hiring Freeze in all Departments Supported by the General Fund.

In light of the sluggish economy, and the earnings tax uncertainty, this budget proposes a hiring
freeze in all non-public safety departments receiving General Fund support. This affects all
departments except the Fire, Police, Health, Housing, Aviation, and Water Services departments.
As previously mentioned, hiring has already stopped in the public safety departments until the
earnings tax vote is known, but the budget also requires the other departments to maintain
current staffing levels as well. As of the first of the year, there were approximately 100 vacant
positions in the General Fund supported funds. The FY 2011-12 budget will require that 75 of
these positions be held vacant for the full year beginning May 1, 2011. Should the earnings tax
be retained, every effort will be made to minimize the impact of this hiring freeze in priority areas
such as solid waste, streets and park maintenance, property code enforcement, and the 311
Action Center. Should the earnings tax not prevail, these service areas would have a stronger
freeze imposed upon them. This will result in slower response and poor service in these critical
areas.

This Budget Maintains the City’s Investment in Infrastructure.

The proposed FY 2011-12 budget increases the funds spent on capital maintenance by $2.5
million or 7.1% over the current year. Including the 15 percent allocation of the capital
improvements sales tax for maintenance, a total of nearly $37.5 million is provided for ongoing
capital maintenance in the upcoming budget. This budget does not recommend the full additional
$5 million from non-sales tax resources be provided to the capital maintenance needs of the City.
Ordinance No. 070848, adopted by the Mayor and City Council on August 16, 2007, directed the
City Manager to include this funding unless this increase was fiscally imprudent and justification
was provided in the budget transmittal letter. The sluggish growth of city revenues simply
prevents the City from adding as much infrastructure funding as is needed or desired. Addressing
the capital maintenance needs of the City’s infrastructure is essential to sustaining long-term
structural budgetary balance. While this budget recommends increased funding, it is still far short
of what is needed on an annual basis. Full details of the FY 2012 through FY 2016 Capital
Improvements Program can be found in the documents submitted for your consideration. The
Citywide non-maintenance Capital Improvements Program is recommended for approval without
any changes as recommended by the Public Improvements Advisory Committee (PIAC).

This Budget Protects the Most Basic Neighborhood Services.

The proposed budget protects to the fullest extent possible the most basic neighborhood services.
Reductions to core services such as residential trash collection, illegal dumping abatement,
animal control, building demolition, and neighborhood code enforcement have been minimized to
the fullest extent possible.

This budget also recommends $239,000 of additional funds for nuisance abatement and private
lot mowing, for a total of $1,000,000, in an attempt to address the pressures resulting from the
housing and foreclosure crises. Every effort will be made by staff to leverage the involvement of
neighborhood groups to lower the City’s per lot maintenance costs and to aggressively seek
reimbursement for those costs incurred.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 4 of 12

Recently the City petitioned the Federal Court for approval of the ending of the HEDFC
receivership. By court order, the final liquidation of HEDFC assets must begin no later than May
1, 2012. This budget provides $200,000 in new funding necessary to maintain property and cover
incidental expenses associated with the closing of the housing receivership. As these properties
are sold or redeveloped, and as the receivership is closed down, these carrying costs should be
reduced over the next few years.

This Budget Maintains the City’s Commitment to Public Safety.

This budget maintains funding of the Fire Department to support current operations. In addition,
the Health Levy subsidy of the KCFD emergency medical service remains unchanged for FY
2011-12 at $9.4 million. Recent efforts of the KCFD to improve ambulance response times are
working and performance statistics indicate that unedited response times are meeting and
exceeding response times under the former structure. In addition, overall system response has
improved so that over 90% of priority emergency medical responses are on-site in less than
seven minutes.

This budget also maintains funding for the Kansas City Police Department. Voter approval of the
Public Safety Sales Tax in November of 2010 allowed the City to make needed investments in
police equipment and technology and this budget reflects those anticipated investments.
Approval of the sales tax also allows the City to maximize its General Fund investment in the
Police Department by focusing its resources on the funding of police officers. While the total
uniformed police staffing authorization does not increase with this budget, the use of sales tax
dollars for equipment and technology purchases allows the KCPD to fill up to an additional 40
officer positions that have been left vacant to meet budgetary restrictions. It is also my
recommendation that the KCPD join the City’s Health Insurance Trust as a means to free up
additional resources within the KCPD budget to support uniformed personnel costs.

This Budget Fulfills the City’s Civic Obligations.

This budget provides $255,000 in additional resources for a total of $1 million to support an
expanded business retention program by the Economic Development Corporation. It is
anticipated that this additional public investment will be more than doubled by additional private
sector investment in this effort.

This budget fully supports the City’s $2 million commitment to maintenance at the Truman Sports
Complex. In FY 2011-12 the full $2 million for the sports complex will come from non-General
Fund resources of the City.

Funding for the Liberty Memorial and Museum is maintained at the contractually required amount
of $625,000 for the coming fiscal year, but with a different funding mix as the use of the Liberty
Memorial endowment interest earnings for maintenance of the facility is reduced to previously
approved levels.

An additional $140,000 in resources for a total of $215,000 is provided to honor the City’s
commitment for its share of maintenance for the Downtown and River Market Commercial
Improvement Districts. This payment is still $70,000 short of our annual assessment based on
our property ownership, but recognizes that the street maintenance and security needs provided
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Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 5 of 12

by these Community Improvement Districts are an extremely cost effective way to provide the
services that previously were the obligation of the City alone.

Annual operating support for the Kansas City Zoo is increased by $292,529 for a total of $3.4
million in FY 2011-12. The Kansas City Zoo is aggressively attracting additional visitors and
opening additional exhibits in an effort to make the Kansas City Zoo the premier zoological park in
the Midwest. Even with this additional allocation, City funding for operations at the Kansas City
Zoo remains $600,000 below the funding provided in the year 2000 and a full $2.2 million less
than the annual operating subsidy required when the Zoo was directly operated by the City.

As previously mentioned, the loss of the earnings tax with no alternative funding to replace it
would result in the City eliminating its commitments to these important civic partners as early as
May 1, 2013.

This Budget Improves Communication with City Residents.

An additional $250,000 is provided in this budget to produce and distribute four quarterly
newsletters that would be distributed to residents. In nearly all citizen satisfaction surveys, the
City’s communication with the public is cited as an area of needed emphasis. This budget also
reassembles a central city communications staff by reallocating positions from other departments
in the City. The responsibility of this office will be to handle production at Channel 2, development
of all media releases, oversight of the City website, and coordination of document production. As
part of the City’s efforts to improve compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), this
budget includes $33,000 to provide closed captioning services for all City committee and
legislative hearings broadcast on Channel 2.

This Budget Continues the Use of Technology to Streamline City Services.

Over the next fiscal year, the City will aggressively explore and implement new technology to
reduce long-term operating costs. The City’s recent successful use of GPS technology to
improve snow removal response is an example of applying technology to reduce administrative
costs while at the same time improving operational efficiency and citizen satisfaction. In the
current year, the City has fully implemented a new vehicle fuel management system that has
allowed the City to reduce the size of the City fleet by capturing information related to vehicle use
and vehicles needing repair. The implementation cost of just over $1 million is already generating
a positive return on the initial investment. In addition, the City will shortly convert to the Microsoft
Exchange e-mail system allowing the City to discontinue use of the Lotus Notes system for email
and utilizing the email capabilities embedded in the basic operating systems that are already
purchased in the City. Later this fiscal year, the City will implement a new interactive voice
response system at the City’s primary customer service centers, the 311 Action Center and the
Water Services Department call center. This automated system will allow the City to better
manage call volume by automating certain requests and service needs and avoiding the need to
hire additional staff to answer phones.

In the fiscal year that begins May 1, 2011, the City will fully implement a new Court Management
system. This $3.1 million system is financed entirely by a dedicated fee collected by the
Municipal Court. This new system will allow the Municipal Court to reduce up to 15 positions via
attrition or 15% of the total workforce of the Municipal Court through process redesign and the
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February 10, 2011
Page 6 of 12

elimination of procedures that can now be fully automated. That same $3.1 million investment
also allows the City’s property code enforcement officers to automate their reporting, thereby
saving time and improving efficiency. This same software will also allow the KCPD to automate
their ticket writing processes, thereby saving officer time and reducing administrative personnel
costs that can then be redirected toward hiring and equipping additional police officers.

This budget also adds $900,000 to outsource maintenance and upkeep of the City’s PeopleSoft
financial and human resources system in the City’s Information Technology Department. The
City’s nearly $30 million investment in an enterprise financial and human resource system is now
nearly six years old and the PeopleSoft system has been difficult to fully implement because of
the ongoing cost of software upgrades and the difficulty to attract and retain personnel skilled in
the technical operation of the software. Outsourcing of the system maintenance and support will
allow the City to reduce the required hardware and staff required to support the system and avoid
the costly software upgrades that are required to keep the system supported. The most recent
upgrade to a newer version of the system cost the City $3.1 million to complete and with many
modules still not fully implemented.

This Budget Requires Further Water and Sewer Rate Increases

The Water Services Department continues to deal with serious breakdowns in the City’s water
and sewer systems. This proposed budget recommends a 10% increase in water rates and a
15% increase in sewer rates for the upcoming fiscal year. This is the second year of those
proposed rate adjustments. These rate increases will generate approximately $12 million in new
revenues in the water funds and $14.5 million in additional sewer funds and will be used to
support routine operational costs, required debt service and a significant expansion of the capital
maintenance of the current system. The water system in particular continues to be plagued by
high water loss due to an ever increasing magnitude of water main breaks. In the current year,
resources were allocated to a new valve maintenance program to limit the number of service
outages that must occur when a water main breaks. In addition, the City expanded the use of
contractors to provide street restoration and grading and seeding services to eliminate the
backlog in those areas which were such a detriment to customer satisfaction. Resources in FY
2011-12 will be devoted to a new valve maintenance program and an expanded fire hydrant
maintenance program to aggressively manage the nearly 700 fire hydrants or 1.5% to 2% of the
system that become inoperable each year due to age and years of neglect. The balance of the
funds will be used to contract repair for minor water main leaks and to expand the systematic
water main replacement program.

The rate increases on the sewer system are the second year of a multiple year effort to fund the
implementation of the City’s overflow control program that was approved by the Federal Court in
September of 2010. I will also be asking the City Council to consider a sewer bond authorization
election in late 2011 (to be paid from sewer funds) to ask voters to authorize up to $500 million in
sanitary sewer bonds that will be needed to finance the construction of the first ten years of the
overflow control program and other sewer system improvement such as expansion of the system
into the First and Second Creek watershed to open this area of the northland for economic
development.

In addition to the massive infrastructure needs of the department, I have asked Water Services
staff to focus their energies on improving customer satisfaction. We cannot continue to ask our
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February 10, 2011
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customers for more money while at the same time failing to meet their expectations on an
ongoing basis. If noticeable improvement in customer satisfaction does not improve in FY 2011-
12, steps will be taken to transition customer service responsibilities from city staff and identify
contractors who can handle that responsibility going forward.

This Budget Requires Targeted Staffing Reductions.

Reflective of the continued sluggish economy, this budget recommends the elimination of an
additonal 13 positions in the building and construction permitting divisions of the City Planning
and Development Department. These reductions will impact up to eight filled positions as the
department right-sizes its permitting operations to reflect a lower base line of development activity
in the City. In the future, as the economy strengthens, staff will explore the use of part-time and
contract staff to meet service delivery needs that can be more easily adjusted as the economy as
a whole changes.

Previously mentioned in this message was the loss of up to 15 filled positions in the Municipal
Court that will be eliminated to automation improvements at the Court. In addition, three filled
positions will be lost as the City considers outsourcing operations of its Household Hazardous
Waste Facility. The City will also be considering changes in the way it provides security services,
risk management, parking control, components of the water and wastewater maintenance
programs in the Water Services Department and home weatherization services. As with all of
these initiatives, these program evaluations will be undertaken with the full knowledge and
participation of the City’s labor groups.

This Budget is Structurally Balanced.

The budget presented for your consideration is structurally balanced. General Fund reserves are
maintained at current levels above eight percent on a cash basis, the contingent appropriation is
funded at 1% of anticipated General Fund revenues, and ongoing revenues are matched to
ongoing expenditures. This budget also repays the Aviation Department $1.9 million from the
General Fund to begin the amortization of the City’s prior year TIF obligations that were fully
funded in FY 2010-11. All fixed costs of operations such as equipment maintenance, utility costs,
and workers compensation are fully included within this budget. Prior to fiscal year end, the City
will need to adopt a new fund balance policy in order to conform to Governmental Accounting
Standards Board policy statement number 54.

The hard work of the Mayor and the City Council and the creativity of the City staff over the past
few years has resulted in a budget that does not have the serious structural deficiencies that had
to be overcome in prior years. The City must continue its diligence as it moves forward to limit
new initiatives that are undertaken without new resources to support them and the City must now
focus its efforts to address long-term liabilities such as pensions and its employee benefit
obligations.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 8 of 12


The City Must Tackle Long-Term Financial Issues

This Budget Recommends that the City Start to Address Pension Reform.

While the City’s four defined benefit pension systems have recently been labeled “dinosauric,”
they are in fact relatively stable and reasonably well-funded compared to most public sector plans
in the country. Unlike some of our peer cities, we are not in a funding crisis, but like them we must
begin work on this issue to avoid a similar fate. It is worth noting that even if the City made its FY
2011-12 annually required contribution (an additional investment of over $32 million in current
resources) the overall funding ratios of the City’s four plans would decline, as the City continues
to absorb unprecedented losses resulting from the 2008 stock market collapse.

While all of the City’s pension systems are financially stable and fully able to meet their current
obligations, they are simply not sustainable in their current form. Pension reform is mandatory if
the City is to meet its obligations in the future. Those obligations include financial support for over
4,000 living retirees and surviving spouses of the City, as well as active employees who are
approaching retirement.

I believe pension reform can be accomplished in the same way that the City’s health insurance
programs were successfully restructured a few years ago: a collaborative effort among active and
retired employees and all labor and management groups sitting around a table working toward a
solution. The submitted budget includes $100,000 in technical support funding for a proposed
labor-management study group to review the collective status of the City’s current pension plans
and consider alternate plan options. Proposed uses for the budgeted funds include any required
actuarial studies and consultant assistance to support the review process.

Once formed, the study group may be tasked with modifying the current defined benefit pension
plans to protect current retirees and those employees nearing retirement eligibility while adjusting
benefits for all current employees who are not near retirement eligibility. In addition, the City
Council will shortly consider a new defined contribution pension (401A) program that was
developed as a part of the ambulance merger process. It would be my recommendation that this
structure be used as the retirement plan for all new management class employees hired after May
1, 2011.

This Budget Begins the Work of Funding the City’s Post Employment Benefits Liability.

As part of the labor negotiations with Local 42 that were completed in early 2009, this budget
funds nearly $1.1 million in the Fire Department for the full year costs of paying retiree health
insurance costs. If not addressed the liability increases and places the City’s credit position at
risk. While this expenditure reflects a positive step in managing the City’s long-term exposure,
more work must be done in the coming years to better manage the City’s long-term financial risk.
Given that pension reform and managing the City’s post-employment benefit obligations are
interrelated, I will ask the Director of Finance to develop a working group to focus on this
particular issue in detail as the City undertakes pension reform.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 9 of 12

The City Needs to Stabilize its Long-Term Revenue Structure.

Even with a successful outcome of the April election on the earnings tax, the statewide passage
of Proposition A in November will require reauthorization of the earnings tax every five years.
This short renewal horizon for this most critical element of our tax structure will create a lasting
pall on the City’s operations and credit position. Work must begin now on comprehensive
revenue reform to stabilize the City’s long-term financial position, protect the provision of the most
basic neighborhood and public safety services, and provide the necessary resources to reinvest
in the City’s infrastructure.

This FY 2011-12 budget is the last year of authorization of the current $12.50 per vehicle license
fee which generates $3.4 million per year and supports the operations and debt service on the
City’s eleven community centers and general park maintenance needs. Unless renewed by
voters by August 2012, this revenue stream will lapse and the operations of the Community
Centers jeopardized. It would be my recommendation that the Parks Department and Board of
Parks and Recreation Commissioners use the upcoming year to finalize and submit for City
Council consideration a renewal of this important tax. I will also ask the Parks Department to
consider alternative means of supporting the operations of the community centers. Historically,
the City has underfunded the community centers because the dedicated revenues were
insufficient to cover the full costs of operations. This has resulted in the Community Centers
limiting their hours of operations and limiting the programming options that could be made
available to residents. In addition, the five-year capital plan includes funding to construct a new
community center in the Northeast area of the City. Unfortunately there are no new funds
available to operate this new center once it is constructed. A proposal that could replace the
vehicle license fee with a property tax that provides the opportunity to adequately support the
operations and maintenance of these important neighborhood assets should be considered and
placed before voters in early 2012.

The City must also start work on determining the needs for the possible extension of the City’s
Health Levy that was approved by voters in 2005 for a period of ten years. This 22 cent levy
increase funds Truman Medical Centers, the ambulance operations of the KCFD, and the
neighborhood health centers.

This Budget Attempts to Meet Current Council Priorities.

At a retreat in September 2009, the Mayor and City Council agreed on their top three priorities for
the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2010. Those areas include an approach towards maximizing
current revenues available for the City to spend on services, economic development, and
neighborhood preservation. In these times of fiscal austerity, these priorities can only be
addressed by focusing existing staff capacity in the achievement of these objectives and within
the City’s already constrained resources. These priorities are consistent with the long-term
priorities developed as a part of the FOCUS Kansas City strategic planning process and approved
by the Council. This proposed budget attempts to meet annual and long-term priorities in the
following ways:
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 10, 2011
Page 10 of 12

Revenue Maximization

Collection and Enforcement strategies
    • Continued implementation of the earnings tax initiative, as developed by the Chamber of
        Commerce Business Leadership Council, that seeks to streamline the collection
        processes for the largest single revenue stream that the City collects;
    • Continued updating of the regulations governing the collection of taxes such as the
        business licenses changes that were approved by the City Council in December 2009, and
        upcoming reviews of restaurant tax collection procedures that will be brought before the
        Council in early 2011;
    • Funding is provided to continue implementation of an e-ticketing solution that will
        streamline the City's traffic and neighborhood code enforcement efforts;
    • Continued research into a replacement of a revenue system to better collect, monitor and
        enforce all of the taxes collected directly by the City of Kansas City;
    • Improvements in the speed of applying and collecting special assessments for mowing of
        vacant properties, dangerous buildings, and sidewalks have shown improved collection
        percentages on those efforts; and
    • Co-location of the City’s Business Licensing section with the City’s Small Business
        Assistance Center (BizCare) to make it easier to file business license returns.

Growth strategies
   • Implementation of the new Development Code began on January 1, 2011 as part of an
      effort to simplify and streamline the development review processes and to make City Hall
      more user friendly and more conducive to economic development.

Mechanisms and Tax Structure.
   • New revenue streams such as the waste tire disposal fees and property code reinspection
     fees were approved by voters in 2010 and are incorporated into this budget; and
   • Continual review of all current fees and charges to insure that costs of providing City
     services are recovered at an appropriate level.

Grants Management
   • Redeployment of existing staff to support grant compliance efforts to insure that all grants
       received by the City are fully expended in accordance with grantor requirements. The
       City’s relative success in achieving and more importantly, quickly spending funding
       provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) is indicative of
       the success of those efforts. Final spend out of those dollars will conclude in FY 2011-12;
       and
   • It is likely that the budgetary problems of the Federal government will demand that every
       effort be made to capture as many grants as possible through the competitive allocation
       process instead of relying on earmarks or stimulus type allocations going forward.

Economic Development

   •   In addition to our usual business attraction and retention efforts, the City is now in an
       elevated competition with the State of Kansas to retain quality jobs within Kansas City.
       While the City competes and continues to hold some advantages, at a pure financial
       incentive level a municipality cannot match a state government. The ultimate solution to
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February 10, 2011
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       this problem lies in Jefferson City where the State of Missouri can level the playing field at
       the State level, and City resources can be targeted at leveling the playing field for projects
       within the City;
   •   Previously mentioned in this message was the expansion of the City’s commitment to the
       Economic Development Corporation to focus resources on business retention and
       expansion; and
   •    The City will continue the effort to develop a comprehensive Economic Development
       Strategic Plan which would be used as a guide for long-term economic development
       investments and the targeted use of incentives.

Neighborhood Preservation

Infrastructure strategies
    • With limited funds, the proposed budget recommends a prioritization of available
        resources on basic neighborhood infrastructure. Funding for sidewalks, streetlights, catch
        basins, and even street signs and markings is given priority over other city needs.
        Investments in a sidewalk, quick repair of a streetlight, or even the painting of crosswalks
        in school zones can have a significant positive impact on the citizen perception of
        neighborhood vitality;
    • Focus will also be on allocating scarce resources to insure ongoing compliance with the
        Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) through continued investment in curb cuts and
        pedestrian signals that are fully compliant with ADA standards; and
    • This budget also continues the allocation of capital maintenance funds to street
        reconstruction. In the coming year, the projects identified in late 2010 from a general
        obligation bond sale will be in construction in neighborhoods throughout the City.

Maintaining Population Density and Property Maintenance programs
   • I am recommending that the City Council continue targeting or prioritizing of current
       resources such as weed abatement, illegal dumping clean-up and building demolition to
       maximize the return on those investments. The proposed budget will target resources for
       the scheduled sewer improvements in the Middle Blue River Demonstration Project within
       the Marlborough neighborhoods. Focused projects will also be completed in the Green
       Impact Zone and riverfront areas and areas of reinvestment from the use of federal
       neighborhood stabilization stimulus funds. While a triage approach requires that needs
       in certain areas be deferred, it also allows the City to focus and maximize the impact
       within a targeted area;
   • A sewer bond authorization in 2011 would also allow the City to begin construction of the
       large sewers necessary to open up the First and Second Creek watershed of the
       northland for development. This watershed encompasses a large area of the northland
       and would provide additional opportunities for growth and economic development within
       areas already annexed into the City; and
   • This budget strives to maintain current funding dedicated to neighborhood preservation by
       preserving the retaining most of the staffing associated with such basic amenities as
       property code enforcement and animal control. When the fiscal situation improves,
       additional resources can easily be directed without having to totally rebuild these important
       programs.
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February 10, 2011
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Housing strategies
   • The focus of Housing staff in FY 2011-12 under an Assistant City Manager for
      Neighborhoods will be to resolve all compliance issues with HUD and the receiver so that
      the HEDFC receivership can be closed and the housing assets are transferred back to city
      control no later than the May 1, 2012 as mandated by the Federal Court.

Maximizing Civic Engagement
   • Without the commitment of additional resources, this budget proposes to again allocate
      existing staff time to develop opportunities to expand civic engagement. Volunteer task
      forces, structured as citizen review committees, will be created to leverage the best ideas
      of the private sector and expand the understanding of City service delivery. Volunteer
      efforts will also focus on leveraging neighborhood and other civic groups for improved
      service delivery without the need to expend additional city resources.

Important Dates for the FY 2011-12 Budget Deliberations

For your review, the following dates are provided as key milestones in the process of deliberating
and adopting the annual budget of the City:

Presentation of the Submitted Budget to the City Council                  February 10, 2011
Departmental director hearings on the Submitted Budget                Month of February 2011
Public Hearings on the Submitted Budget                               Month of February 2011
Introduction of the Budget Ordinance                                           March 3, 2011
Finance Committee consideration of the Budget                          March 9, and 16, 2011
Business Session on the Budget                                               March 24, 2011
City Council adoption of the Budget Ordinance                                March 24, 2011

Conclusion

The budget presented for your consideration is reflective of the continued sluggishness in the
strength of the local economy and the great uncertainty because of the April 5th election to retain
the earnings tax. To that end, it asks for continued sacrifice by City employees as we face this
uncertainty together. It continues the effort to appropriately budget for all of the real expenses
that will be incurred by the City in the following year and to reinvest in the City’s aging
infrastructure. I want to thank you, the City Council, and the City departments for the assistance
provided in preparing this budget. My staff stands ready to address any questions you may have
regarding the information presented in this preliminary budget. I look forward to working with you
as you review it.


Respectfully submitted,


Troy M. Schulte
Interim City Manager
                                     Table of Contents
Budget by Department, Outcome, and Program               1
Aviation                                                 1
   Economic Growth                                       6
     Administration                                      6
     Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport                 7
     Information Services                                8
     KCI Airport Program                                 9
        KCI Airport Management                           10
        KCI Airport Building Maintenance                 11
        KCI Airport Field Maintenance                    12
        KCI Airport Parking and Bus Services             13
        KCI Police and Safety                            14
     Marketing Services                                  15
     Aviation Debt Service                               17
     Capital Improvements                                18
Boards of Election                                       19
  Governance                                             23
   Administration and Registration                       23
   Elections                                             24
Capital Projects                                         25
  Public Infrastructure                                  29
   Capital Projects Department                           29
City Auditor                                             31
  Governance                                             35
   City Auditor                                          35
City Clerk                                               37
  Governance                                             41
   City Clerk                                            41
City Planning and Development                            43
  Economic Growth                                        48
   Administration                                        48
   Community Improvement Districts                       49
   City-wide Planning and Research                       50
   Development Management                                51
   Development Services                                  52
   Urban Redevelopment                                   53
   Capital Improvements                                  54
Contingent Appropriation                                 57
  Governance                                             61
   Contingent Appropriation                              61
Convention and Entertainment Facilities                  63
  Economic Growth                                        67
   Administration                                        67
   American Royal Center                                 68
   Convention Center Event Services                      69
   Convention Center Facility Operations                 70
   Convention Center Marketing                           71
   Convention Center Debt Service                        72
Convention and Tourism                                   73
  Economic Growth                                        77
    Convention and Visitors Association                           77
    Jackson County Sports Authority                               78
    Neighborhood Tourist Development                              79
    Performing Arts Center Garage                                 80
    Sprint Center                                                 81
Debt Service                                                      83
  Public Infrastructure                                           87
    Debt Service                                                  87
Economic Development                                              89
  Economic Growth                                                 94
    Super Tax Increment Financing (STIF)                          94
    Tax Increment Financing (TIF)                                 95
Finance                                                           97
  Governance                                                      101
	 	 Director’s	Office	 	 	      	         	   	   	   	   	   	   	101
    Accounts                                                       102
    City Treasurer                                                 103
    Revenue                                                        104
Fire                                                              105
   Public Safety                                                  110
	 	 Office	of	the	Fire	Chief	 	           	   	   	   	   	   	   	110
    Administrative Services                                        111
    Community Services                                             112
    Emergency Medical Services                                     113
    Emergency Operations                                           114
    Fleet Operations                                               115
    Professional Development                                       116
    Special Operations                                             117
    Technical Services Bureau                                      118
    Capital Improvements                                           119
General Services                                                  121
  Public Infrastructure                                           126
    Administration                                                126
    18th & Vine Operations                                        127
    City Market Operations                                        128
    City Property Management                                      129
    Facilities Management                                         130
    Fleet Acquisition                                             131
    Capital Improvements                                          132
  Governance                                                      133
	 	 Office	Copier	and	Mail	Services	      	   	   	   	   	   	   	133
    Procurement                                                    134
    Records Management                                             135
    Workforce Safety                                               136
Health                                                            137
  Healthy Community                                               142
    Administration                                                142
    Aim4Peace                                                     143
    Air Quality                                                   144
    Communicable Diseases                                         145
    Family Health Services                                        146
    Food Protection Services                                      147
   Health and Medical Records                                 148
   Health Building Operations                                 149
   HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control                            150
   Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention                            151
   Public Health Information                                  152
   Public Health Inspections                                  153
   Rodent Control                                             154
   Sexually Transmitted Diseases                              155
Health and Medical Care                                       157
  Healthy Community                                           161
   Health Centers                                             161
   Hospital Services                                          162
Housing                                                       163
  Neighborhood Livability                                     167
   Housing Services Administration                            167
   Housing Development                                        168
   Housing Financial Assistance                               169
   Housing Rehabilitation                                     170
   Home Weatherization                                        171
   Public Facilities Support                                  172
   Section 108 Debt                                           173
   Capital Improvements                                       174
Human Relations                                               175
  Governance                                                  179
   MBE/WBE Program                                            179
   Civil Rights Enforcement                                   180
   Small Business Assistance                                  181
Human Resources                                               183
  Governance                                                  187
    Administration                                             187
	 	 Benefits	 	      	 	      	      	    	   	   	   	   	   	188
    Compensation                                               189
    Education and Training                                     190
    Labor and Employee Relations                               191
    Recruitment and Selection                                  192
    Retirement                                                 193
Information Technology                                        195
   Governance                                                 200
   Administration                                             200
   Court Management System                                    201
   Enterprise Infrastructure Management                       202
   Enterprise/Public Safety Support                           203
   Enterprise System Maintenance                              204
   Geographic Information Systems                             205
   Informational Technology Planning                          206
   Intra/Internet Services                                    207
   Municipal / KIVA Permitting System                         208
   Personal Computer Support                                  209
   Revenue Systems                                            210
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority                     211
  Economic Growth                                             215
   Area Transportation Authority                              215
    Special Transit Services                                    216
Kansas City Museum                                              217
  Economic Growth                                               221
    Kansas City Museum                                          221
Law                                                             223
  Governance                                                    227
    Legal Services                                              227
  Public Safety                                                 228
    Domestic Violence Court Program                             228
Municipal Court                                                 229
 Public Safety                                                  233
    Municipal Court                                             233
    Indigent Legal Defense                                      234
    Municipal Court Prosecution                                 235
Neighborhood and Community Services                             237
  Neighborhood Livability                                       242
    Administration                                              242
    Abandoned Vehicle Towing                                    243
    Neighborhood Services                                       244
    Nuisance Code Abatement                                     245
    Property Code Inspections                                   246
    Regulated Industries                                        247
  Healthy Community                                             248
    Animal Health and Public Safety                             248
    Family Support Services                                     249
    Homeless Initiatives                                        250
    Senior Adult Services                                       251
    Social Services Administration                              252
    Youth Services                                              253
  Public Safety                                                 254
    Correctional Services                                       254
Office of the City Manager                                      255
  Governance                                                    260
	 	 City	Manager’s	Office	    	      	      	   	   	   	   	   	260
    311 Call Center                                              261
    City Communications                                          262
    Environmental Compliance                                     263
    Internal Auditor                                             264
    Legislative Assistance                                       265
    Municipal Memberships                                        266
	 	 Office	of	Management	and	Budget	 	      	   	   	   	   	   	267
    Special Projects                                             268
  Economic Growth                                               269
    Business Attraction and Retention                           269
  Public Safety                                                 270
    Emergency Management                                        270
    Emergency Medical Services                                  271
Offices of the Mayor and City Council                           273
  Governance                                                    277
	 	 Office	of	the	Mayor	 	        	     	   	   	   	   	   	   	277
	 	 Office	of	the	City	Council	   	     	   	   	   	   	   	   	278
Parks and Recreation                                           279
  Neighborhood Livability                                      285
   Administration                                              285
   Park Maintenance Services                                   286
   Park Planning and Design Services                           287
   Park Property Maintenance                                   288
   Capital Improvements                                        289
  Healthy Community                                            290
   Aquatics                                                    290
   Athletics                                                   291
   Community Centers                                           292
   Cultural Facilities and Activities                          293
   Golf Course Operations                                      294
   Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park                           295
   Liberty Memorial                                            296
   Plaza Tennis Center Operations                              297
   Youth Services                                              298
   Zoo                                                         299
   Capital Improvements                                        300
  Public Infrastructure                                        301
   Boulevard and Parkways                                      301
   Right-of-Way Tree Trimming and Mowing                       302
   Capital Improvements                                        303
Police                                                         305
  Public Safety                                                311
    Administration                                              311
    Communications                                              312
    Crime Lab                                                   313
    Detention Services                                          314
    Facilities Maintenance                                      315
    Fiscal                                                      316
    Fleet Management                                            317
    Helicopter Unit                                             318
    Homeland Security                                           319
    Human Resources                                             320
    Information Technology                                      321
    Internal Affairs                                            322
    Investigations                                              323
    Mounted Patrol                                              324
    Narcotics and Vice                                          325
	 	 Office	of	Community	Complaints	    	   	   	   	   	   	   	326
    Patrol and Patrol Administration                            327
    Planning and Research                                       328
	 	 Police	Employee	Benefits	 	        	   	   	   	   	   	   	329
    Public Safety Sales Tax Program                             330
    Records Management                                          331
    Tactical Operations                                         332
	 	 Traffic		 	        	 	       	     	   	   	   	   	   	   	333
    Training                                                   334
    Violent Crimes Division                                    335
    Youth Outreach                                             336
Public Works                                                      337
  Public Infrastructure                                           343
    Administration                                                 343
    Bridge Maintenance                                             344
    Infrastructure Planning                                        345
    Sidewalks                                                      346
    Snow and Ice Removal                                           347
    Street Maintenance                                             348
    Street Markings                                                349
    Street Preservation                                            350
    Street Signs                                                   351
	 	 Traffic	Permits	 	 	        	      	      	   	   	   	   	   	352
	 	 Traffic	Signals	   	 	      	      	      	   	   	   	   	   	353
    Transportation Engineering and Planning                        354
    Capital Improvements                                           355
  Neighborhood Livability                                         356
   Clean Neighborhoods                                            356
   Illegal Dumping Abatement                                      357
   Leaf and Brush Disposal                                        358
   Street Lighting                                                359
   Capital Improvements                                           360
  Healthy Community                                               361
   Bulky Item Collection                                          361
   Recycling                                                      362
   Residential Trash Collection                                   363
  Economic Growth                                                 364
   Parking Control                                                364
   Parking Garages                                                365
Water Services                                                    367
 Public Infrastructure                                            372
	 	 Office	of	the	Director	   	       	       	   	   	   	   	   	372
    Administration                                                 373
    Business Operations                                            374
    Catch Basin Cleaning and Repair                                375
    Customer Services                                              376
    Engineering Services                                           377
    Fleet Maintenance                                              378
    Laboratory Services                                            379
    Reading and Service                                            380
    Stormwater Services                                            381
    Water Line Maintenance                                         382
    Water Treatment and Supply                                     383
    Debt Service                                                   384
    Capital Improvements                                           385
  Healthy Community                                               387
   Household Hazardous Waste                                      387
   Industrial Waste Control                                       388
   Sewer Line Maintenance                                         389
   Wastewater Treatment                                           390
   Capital Improvements                                           391
Interfund Services                                                           393
  Capital Projects                                                           393
  City Security Services                                                     394
  Data and Telecommunications Support                                        395
  Duplicating Services                                                       396
  Fleet Management                                                           397
  Mailroom Services                                                          398
  Parks and Recreation Reimbursable Services                                 399
  Public Works Reimbursable Services                                         400
  Risk Management - City Insurance                                           401
  Risk Management - Legal Claims                                             402
  Risk Management - Workers’ Compensation                                    403
  Workforce Safety                                                           404

Personnel Schedule                                                           405
  FY 2011-12 Submitted Budget Full-time Equivalent Positions by Dept.        405

Capital Improvements Program                                                 407

Budget Summaries – Schedules I – XV                                          411
  All Funds Summaries                                                         411
   Schedule I – Comparison of Expenditures by Purpose and Program             411
   Schedule II – Comparison of Expenditures by Appropriation Unit and Program 412
   Schedule III – Comparison of Expenditures by Fund                          414
   Schedule IV – Comparison of Expenditures by Department                     416
   Schedule V – Comparison of Expenditures by Program and Department          417
   Schedule VI – Comparison of Revenues by Major Sources and Program          419
   Schedule VII – Comparison of Revenues by Fund                              421
  General Fund Summaries                                                      423
   Schedule VIII – Comparison of Revenues by Source                           423
   Schedule IX – Comparison of Expenditures by Purpose and Department         425
   Schedule X – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Fund
         Balance                                                              426
  Special Revenue Fund Summaries                                              427
   Schedule XI – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures and Change in Fund
         Balance                                                              427
      Park Maintenance Fund                                                  427
      Boulevard Maintenance Fund                                             428
      Motor Fuel Tax Fund                                                    429
      Infrastructure and Maintenance Fund                                    430
      Local Use Tax Fund                                                     431
      Parking Garage Fund (11th and Oak Garage)                              432
      Community Centers Fund                                                 433
      General Debt and Interest Fund                                         434
      Street Light Debt Fund                                                 435
      Museum Fund                                                            436
      Golf Operations Fund                                                   437
	 	 	 Trafficway	Maintenance	Fund	       	       	      	   	   	       	   	438
      Public Mass Transportation Fund                                        439
      Development Services Fund                                              440
      Ambulance Services                                                     441
      Kansas City Transportation Authority Sales Tax Fund                    442
      Fire Sales Tax Fund                                                    443
      Public Safety Sales Tax Fund                                           444
      Health Levy Fund                                                       445
      Police Drug Enforcement Fund                                           446
      Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund                                  447
      Convention and Tourism Fund                                            448
      Police Grants Fund                                                     449
      Arterial Street Impact Fee Fund                                        450
      Youth Employment Fund                                                  451
      Domestic Violence Shelter Operations Fund                              452
      Governmental Grants Fund                                               453
      Neighborhood Stabilization Grants Fund                                 454
      ARRA Stimulus Grant Fund                                               455
	 	 	 Brownfield	Revolving	Loan	Fund	 	         	  	   	     	     	        	456
      Ryan White HIV/AIDS Grant Fund                                         457
      Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS                            458
      HUD Lead-Based Paint Grant                                             459
      Inmate Security Fund                                                   460
      Capital Improvements Fund                                              461
      Downtown Arena Project Fund                                            462
      Special Allocation Fund                                                463
      Super TIF Americana Hotel Fund                                         464
      Super TIF 12th and Wyandotte Fund                                      465
      Super TIF Midtown Fund                                                 466
      Super TIF Uptown Fund                                                  467
      Super TIF Valentine Fund                                               468
      Super TIF Hotel President Fund                                         469
      Super TIF Hotel Phillips Fund                                          470
      Super TIF Savoy Bar and Grill Fund                                     471
      Super TIF Union Hill Fund                                              472
      Super TIF Brush Creek Fund                                             473
      Super TIF East Village Fund                                            474
      Super TIF 909 Walnut Fund                                              475
      KC Downtown Redevelopment District Debt Fund                           476
      Super TIF HOK Sport Garage                                             477
      Super TIF Pershing Road IRS Fund                                       478
      Super TIF H&R Block Fund                                               479
      Convention and Sports Complex Fund                                     480
      Super TIF Aladdin Hotel Fund                                           481
      Super TIF Briarcliff West Fund                                         482
      Special Housing Rehabilitation Fund                                    483
      Liberty Memorial Endowment Trust Fund                                  484
Enterprise Funds Summaries                                                  485
  Schedule XII – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Cash
      Reserves                                                              485
   Water Fund                                                               485
   Sewer Fund                                                               486
   Stormwater Fund                                                          487
   Kansas City Airports Fund                                                488
   DEA Drug Forfeiture Fund                                                 489
   Richards-Gebaur KC Southern Railway Fund                                 490
   Passenger Facility Charge Operating Fund                               491
   Customer Facility Charge Operating Fund                                492
   Special Facilities Bond Fund                                           493
Special Assessment Funds Summaries                                         494
  Schedule XIII – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Cash
      Reserve                                                              494
   Revolving Public Improvements Fund                                     494
   Sewer Special Assessment Fund                                          495
   Neighborhood Improvement District General Obligation Bond Fund         496
Federal Funds Summaries                                                   497
  Schedule XIV – Comparison of Revenues and Expenditures and Change in
      Fund Balance                                                        497
   Community Development Funds                                            497
   Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds                                498
   Economic Development Initiative – HUD Fund                             499
   Home Investment Fund                                                   500
Budget Summaries                                                          501
  Schedule XV – General Budget Summaries                                  501
   General Funds Supported                                                501
   Special Revenue Funds                                                  502
   Public Enterprise Funds                                                506
   Special Assessment Funds                                               507
                                         Aviation




                                                                                                Aviation
Department Purpose Statement
The Aviation Department provides airport services in a safe and cost-effective manner for the
benefit of our citizens, visitors, tenants, and customers.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth- Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                                        Aviation
                                    Organization Chart
Aviation




                                               Citizens of
                                              Kansas City




                                               Mayor &
                                              City Council




                                           City Manager




                                                Aviation
                                              Mark VanLoh
                                              536.4 FTEs




           Charles B. Wheeler                 Kansas City                 Richards-Gebaur
                                              International               Memorial Airport
            Downtown Airport
                                                 Airport




                                Information                 KCI Airport    KCI Building
             Administration
                                  Services                 Management      Maintenance




              KCI Field         KCI Parking                KCI Police &      Marketing
             Maintenance          & Bus                      Safety          Services




                                Debt Service                  Capital
                                                           Improvements




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                                              Aviation
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                             Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                                                            2009-10         2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome




                                                                                                            Aviation
        Economic Growth                              $     194,102,025 $    172,146,775 $    146,888,499
                                               Total $     194,102,025 $    172,146,775 $    146,888,499

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $       28,428,875 $     29,952,233 $     31,334,800
        Contracts                                           44,071,161       50,636,340       49,877,859
        Supplies                                             3,723,156        4,710,671        5,100,740
        Equipment                                            2,414,158        2,632,000        3,030,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --               --               --
        Debt Service                                        45,589,137       36,839,775       34,758,700
        Capital Improvements                                69,875,538       47,375,756       22,786,400
                                              Total $      194,102,025 $    172,146,775 $    146,888,499

Allocation by Fund
        Capital Improvements                           $             -- $             -- $             --
        Kansas City Airports                               148,000,778      130,455,300      112,272,799
        Passenger Facility Charges                          15,299,395       27,696,300       22,168,500
        Customer Facility Charges                            9,995,738       11,329,800       10,740,800
        DEA Drug Forfeiture                                          --         100,000           50,000
        Richards-Gebaur KC Southern Railway                  4,015,775                --               --
        Special Facility Debt Fund                          16,790,339        2,565,375        1,656,400
                                               Total $     194,102,025 $    172,146,775 $    146,888,499

Revenue
      Grants                                           $    29,723,038 $     25,300,000 $     15,000,000
      Permits and Fees                                     164,378,987      146,846,775      131,888,499
                                               Total $     194,102,025 $    172,146,775 $    146,888,499

Personnel
      No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                      531.0            531.0            527.0
      Charges to/from Other Programs                               9.4              9.4              9.4
      Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --               --
                                               Total             540.4            540.4            536.4




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                                                        Aviation
                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                        Actual          Adopted          Submitted
           Outcome      Programs and Activities                        2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Aviation




           Economic Growth                                         $ 194,102,025 $ 172,146,775 $ 146,888,499

                     Administration
                       Administration                             $     1,690,975   $    7,250,350   $     4,010,554
                       Airport Planning and Development                 1,351,413        1,422,294         1,422,331
                       Finance and Accounting                           1,649,702        1,733,275         2,003,238
                       Human Resources                                    259,994          279,611           311,867
                       Special Projects                                   166,705          565,000           550,000
                       Richards-Gebaur Buildings & Utilities                2,323            1,000            13,000
                                                            Total $     5,121,112   $   11,251,530   $     8,310,990

                     Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport           $    2,374,994   $    2,280,818   $     2,858,195

                     Information Services
                        Information Services                       $    2,587,731   $    2,119,280   $     2,422,093
                        City-Wide IT Initiative                           187,253          187,500           187,500
                                                           Total $      2,774,984   $    2,306,780   $     2,609,593

                     KCI Airport Management
                       Airport Operations                          $    1,635,179   $    1,495,737   $     1,640,271
                       Environmental Management                           910,456          895,385           913,900
                                                           Total $      2,545,635   $    2,391,122   $     2,554,171

                     KCI Building Maintenance
                       Ambassador Building                         $    1,005,049   $      841,000   $    1,213,000
                       Central Utilities Plant                          5,844,842        6,200,000        6,127,000
                       Custodial Services                               5,156,732        5,531,476        5,548,320
                       Facilities Utilities                             5,841,533        5,699,000        5,699,000
                       Structural Services                              6,208,318        6,591,785        6,875,145
                                                           Total $     24,056,474   $   24,863,261   $   25,462,465

                     KCI Field Maintenance
                       Field Maintenance                           $    5,658,544   $    5,912,811   $     6,161,955
                       Fleet Maintenance                                2,824,353        3,255,845         2,800,368
                                                           Total $      8,482,897   $    9,168,656   $     8,962,323




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                                         Aviation
                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                     Actual          Adopted          Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                 2009-10          2010-11           2011-12




                                                                                                    Aviation
          KCI Parking and Bus Services
            Parking Operations                 $     6,860,805   $    7,383,028   $    8,675,640
            Bus Operations                           6,016,148        6,577,429        7,283,161
                                               $    12,876,953   $   13,960,457   $   15,958,801

          KCI Police and Safety
            Airport Police                     $     8,575,695   $    9,323,567   $    9,715,036
            Emergency Services                       3,487,996        2,879,507        2,985,000
            Safety Division                            277,235          281,690          308,159
                                          Total $   12,340,926   $   12,484,764   $   13,008,195

          Marketing Services
            Marketing                          $     1,675,835   $    1,698,818   $     1,771,121
            Commercial Development                   6,617,103        7,712,538         8,035,045
                                          Total $    8,292,938   $    9,411,356   $     9,806,166

          Debt Service                         $    45,401,884   $   36,652,275   $   34,571,200

          Capital Improvements                 $    69,833,228   $   47,375,756   $   22,786,400

          Department Total                     $ 194,102,025 $ 172,146,775 $ 146,888,499




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                                                      Administration
           Responsible Division: Administration
           Outcome: Economic Growth
           The Administration Program provides leadership and management oversight to the Aviation Department so
           that the delivery of safe, outstanding airport services to citizens, travelers, airlines, and all customers can be
           achieved through innovation, teamwork, and continuous improvement.
Aviation




               - Airport Planning and Development                            - Administration
               - Finance and Accounting                                      - Human Resources
               - Special Projects                                            - Richards-Gebaur


                                                                                   Actual            Adopted           Submitted
           Performance Indicators                                                 2009-10            2010-11            2011-12
             Daily Departures                                                       n/a                n/a                 200
             Passengers                                                             n/a                n/a             10,000,000
             Air Cargo (pounds in millions)                                         n/a                n/a                 174
             Cost per enplanement (calculated annually)                             n/a                n/a               $5.50


           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                          $    3,625,948     $    3,534,244     $    3,424,400
              Contracts                                                           1,353,181          7,173,589          4,327,640
              Supplies                                                              141,983            543,697            558,950
              Equipment                                                                   --                 --                 --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                 --
              Debt Service                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                                     Total $      5,121,112     $   11,251,530     $    8,310,990

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                           $    5,109,462     $   11,251,530     $    8,310,990
              Special Facility Debt                                                  11,650                  --                 --
                                                                     Total $      5,121,112     $   11,251,530     $    8,310,990

           Revenue
             Grants                                                          $            --    $            --    $            --
             Permits and Fees                                                     5,121,112         11,251,530          8,310,990
                                                                     Total $      5,121,112     $   11,251,530     $    8,310,990

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      46.0               46.0                 45.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                              2.4                2.4                  2.4
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                   --
                                                                     Total              48.4               48.4                 47.4

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects a reduction in the Aviation contingency account of $3,055,067, from $5,555,067
           to $2,500,000.




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               Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport
Responsible Division: Field Maintenance
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport provides maintenance and management to the facility in the safest
possible manner so that it will best serve the general aviation needs of the greater Kansas City area relating to




                                                                                                                       Aviation
charters, corporate, and small aircraft.

    - Field Maintenance


                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
Performance Indicators                                               2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
  Charles B Wheeler Airport aircraft operations                        n/a             82,000             82,000
  Aircraft based at Charles B Wheeler                                  n/a               150                150


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $      935,438     $     925,179     $    1,099,500
   Contracts                                                           906,276           845,325            870,005
   Supplies                                                            263,211           510,314            503,690
   Equipment                                                           270,069                 --           385,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                        Total $      2,374,994     $   2,280,818     $    2,858,195

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                         $    2,241,107     $   2,280,818     $    2,858,195
   Richards Gebaur KC Southern Railway                                 133,887                 --                 --
                                                        Total $      2,374,994     $   2,280,818     $    2,858,195

Revenue
  Grants                                                        $            --    $           --    $            --
  Permits and Fees                                                   2,374,994         2,280,818          2,858,195
                                                        Total $      2,374,994     $   2,280,818     $    2,858,195

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    18.0              18.0              18.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                --
                                                        Total              18.0              18.0              18.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                           7
                                           Information Services
           Responsible Division: Information Services
           Outcome: Economic Growth
           The Information Services Program supplies the Aviation Department, airlines and passengers with technology
           services that are available, reliable and appropriate for their intended business purpose.
Aviation




              - Information Services                                    - City-wide IT Initiative


                                                                              Actual            Adopted              Submitted
                                                                             2009-10            2010-11               2011-12
           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                     $      652,211      $         669,944    $      685,600
              Contracts                                                      1,766,679              1,287,443         1,558,243
              Supplies                                                          28,733                161,893           178,250
              Equipment                                                        140,108                      --                --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                     --                --
              Debt Service                                                     187,253                187,500           187,500
                                                                Total $      2,774,984      $       2,306,780    $    2,609,593

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                    $      2,774,984      $       2,306,780    $    2,609,593
                                                                Total $      2,774,984      $       2,306,780    $    2,609,593

           Revenue
             Grants                                                     $            --     $               --   $            --
             Permits and Fees                                                2,774,984              2,306,780         2,609,593
                                                                Total $      2,774,984      $       2,306,780    $    2,609,593

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                   --                --
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                          7.0                  7.0               7.0
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                   --                --
                                                                Total                7.0                  7.0               7.0

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $270,800 in the allocation of telephone and computer charges.




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                   Kansas City International Airport
                                          PROGRAM SUMMARY


                                                              Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                             2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Activity




                                                                                                              Aviation
   KCI Airport Management                               $    2,545,635    $    2,391,122    $    2,554,171
   KCI Building Maintenance                                 24,056,474        24,863,261        25,462,465
   KCI Field Maintenance                                     8,482,897         9,168,656         8,962,323
   KCI Parking and Bus Services                             12,876,953        13,960,457        15,958,801
   KCI Police and Safety                                    12,340,926        12,484,764        13,008,195
                                                Total $     60,302,885    $   62,868,260    $   65,945,955

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                $   21,896,823    $   23,569,394    $   24,855,100
   Contracts                                                33,173,878        33,349,967        34,764,405
   Supplies                                                  3,185,893         3,316,899         3,681,450
   Equipment                                                 1,883,915         2,632,000         2,645,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                           --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                      --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                        162,376                 --                --
                                                Total $     60,302,885    $   62,868,260    $   65,945,955

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                 $   60,302,885    $   62,768,260    $   65,895,955
   DEA Drug Forfeiture                                               --          100,000            50,000
                                                Total $     60,302,885    $   62,868,260    $   65,945,955

Revenue
  Grants                                                $            --   $            --   $            --
  Permits and Fees                                          60,302,885        62,868,260        65,945,955
                                                Total $     60,302,885    $   62,868,260    $   65,945,955

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          452.0             452.0             449.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                     --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                  --                --                --
                                                Total            452.0             452.0             449.0




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                                        KCI Airport Management
           Responsible Division: Environmental Management
           Outcome: Economic Growth
           The Airport Management Program provides the safe and efficient operation of the airfield in compliance with
           Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 139, and acts as a liaison to all KCI Airport tenants so that the overall
           operation of all airport functions is efficiently provided to airport users.
Aviation




               - Airport Operations                                       - Environmental Management


                                                                               Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                              2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,452,144     $   1,505,269     $    1,577,000
              Contracts                                                         901,436           854,915            926,021
              Supplies                                                           29,679            30,938             26,150
              Equipment                                                               --                --            25,000
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
              Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
              Capital Improvements                                              162,376                 --                 --
                                                                  Total $     2,545,635     $   2,391,122     $    2,554,171

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                      $     2,545,635     $   2,391,122     $    2,554,171
                                                                  Total $     2,545,635     $   2,391,122     $    2,554,171
           Revenue
             Grants                                                       $           --    $           --    $            --
             Permits and Fees                                                 2,545,635         2,391,122          2,554,171
                                                                  Total $     2,545,635     $   2,391,122     $    2,554,171

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  19.0              19.0                19.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                  --
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                                  Total             19.0              19.0                19.0

           Changes to the Budget
           There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                                 10
                    KCI Airport Building Maintenance
Responsible Division: KCI Facilities
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Building Maintenance program provides the day-to-day maintenance functions and structural repairs to all
City-owned buildings at the Kansas City International Airport and maintains the respective heating, air conditioning,
and utility systems so that facilities are operating efficiently.




                                                                                                                         Aviation
    - Custodial Services                                        - Structural Services
    - Ambassador Building                                       - Facilities Utilities
    - Central Utilities Plant

                                                                      Actual             Adopted           Submitted
                                                                     2009-10             2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $    5,659,992     $      6,044,150    $    6,157,700
   Contracts                                                        17,565,069           17,896,597        17,878,265
   Supplies                                                            814,198              922,514         1,126,500
   Equipment                                                            17,215                    --          300,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                   --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                   --                --
                                                        Total $     24,056,474     $     24,863,261    $   25,462,465

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                       $     24,056,474     $     24,863,261    $   25,462,465
                                                        Total $     24,056,474     $     24,863,261    $   25,462,465

Revenue
  Grants                                                        $            --    $              --   $            --
  Permits and Fees                                                  24,056,474           24,863,261        25,462,465
                                                        Total $     24,056,474     $     24,863,261    $   25,462,465

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   125.0               125.0             125.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                  --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                  --                --
                                                        Total             125.0               125.0             125.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $372,000 for maintenanc of the Ambassador Building and
$120,000 for asphalt repair materials.




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                                 KCI Airport Field Maintenance
           Responsible Division: KCI Field Maintenance
           Outcome: Economic Growth
           The Field Maintenance Program provides the day-to-day operation of the on-airport pavement and lighting
           systems and maintains the airport grounds, vehicular equipment, and machinery so that the safety of the
           traveling public is ensured.
Aviation




              - Field Maintenance                                       - Fleet Maintenance


                                                                             Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                            2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                     $   5,081,698     $   5,171,178    $    5,512,200
              Contracts                                                     1,258,246         1,401,164         1,290,723
              Supplies                                                      1,880,253         1,814,314         1,959,400
              Equipment                                                       262,700           782,000           200,000
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                --                --
              Debt Service                                                          --                --                --
                                                                Total $     8,482,897     $   9,168,656    $    8,962,323

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                    $     8,482,897     $   9,168,656    $    8,962,323
                                                                Total $     8,482,897     $   9,168,656    $    8,962,323

           Revenue
             Grants                                                     $           --    $           --   $            --
             Permits and Fees                                               8,482,897         9,168,656         8,962,323
                                                                Total $     8,482,897     $   9,168,656    $    8,962,323

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                87.0             87.0              87.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                --
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                                Total             87.0             87.0              87.0

           Changes to the Budget
           There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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              KCI Airport Parking and Bus Services
Responsible Division: KCI Parking and Bus Service
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Parking and Bus Services Program provides accurate and efficient collection of parking lot revenues through
the use of a contracted parking lot operation, and provides efficient and expeditious movement of customers
between terminals and remote parking areas.




                                                                                                                   Aviation
                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
  Parking Revenue                                              $ 36,400,000      $ 43,000,000      $ 43,000,000


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                   $      3,748,172 $       4,105,110 $       4,458,500
   Contracts                                                      7,282,766         7,807,838         9,156,701
   Supplies                                                         242,015           297,509           273,600
   Equipment                                                      1,604,000         1,750,000         2,070,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
                                                   Total $       12,876,953 $      13,960,457 $      15,958,801

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                  $       12,876,953 $      13,960,457 $      15,958,801
                                                   Total $       12,876,953 $      13,960,457 $      15,958,801

Revenue
  Grants                                                   $              -- $              -- $              --
  Permits and Fees                                               12,876,953        13,960,457        15,958,801
                                                   Total $       12,876,953 $      13,960,457 $      15,958,801

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                85.0              85.0              86.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                --
                                                   Total               85.0              85.0              86.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $1,139,000 for parking lot operations.




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                                             KCI Police and Safety
           Responsible Division: Airport Police
           Outcome: Economic Growth
           The Airport Police provide services to protect life and property, and respond to threats which affect public safety
           and/or carrier operations so that the safety and security of the traveling public is ensured.
Aviation




               - Airport Police                                             - Safety
               - Emergency Services

                                                                                  Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                 2009-10            2010-11            2011-12
           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                         $    5,954,817      $    6,743,687    $    7,149,700
              Contracts                                                          6,166,361           5,389,453         5,512,695
              Supplies                                                             219,748             251,624           295,800
              Equipment                                                                  --            100,000            50,000
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                  --                --
              Debt Service                                                               --                  --                --
                                                                    Total $     12,340,926      $   12,484,764    $   13,008,195

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                          $   12,340,926      $   12,384,764    $   12,958,195
              DEA Drug Forfeiture                                                        --            100,000            50,000
                                                                    Total $     12,340,926      $   12,484,764    $   13,008,195

           Revenue
             Grants                                                         $            --     $            --   $            --
             Permits and Fees                                                   12,340,926          12,484,764        13,008,195
                                                                    Total $     12,340,926      $   12,484,764    $   13,008,195

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     136.0             136.0             132.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                --                --
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                --
                                                                    Total              136.0             136.0             132.0

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the elimination of four vacant positions.




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                                     Marketing Services
Responsible Division: Marketing
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Marketing Services Program works to increase demand for commercial air service to and from the Kansas
City area by effectively marketing Kansas City International Airport and its reliever airports' services and facilities
to existing and potential tenants.




                                                                                                                           Aviation
    - Marketing                                                   - Commercial Development


                                                                        Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                       2009-10            2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    1,318,455     $    1,253,472     $    1,270,200
   Contracts                                                           6,871,147          7,980,016          8,357,566
   Supplies                                                              103,336            177,868            178,400
   Equipment                                                                   --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                          Total $      8,292,938     $    9,411,356     $    9,806,166

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                           $    4,837,469     $    4,411,356     $    4,806,166
   Customer Facility Charges                                           3,455,469          5,000,000          5,000,000
                                                          Total $      8,292,938     $    9,411,356     $    9,806,166

Revenue
  Grants                                                          $            --    $            --    $            --
  Permits and Fees                                                     8,292,938          9,411,356          9,806,166
                                                          Total $      8,292,938     $    9,411,356     $    9,806,166

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      15.0               15.0               15.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                 --
                                                          Total              15.0               15.0               15.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                           Aviation Debt Service
           Responsible Division: Administration
           Outcome: Economic Growth

           The Debt Service Program provides funds for payment of the Department's outstanding debt to its creditors
           so that the department remains in accordance with existing requirements and bond covenants.
Aviation




                                                                           Actual          Adopted            Submitted
           KC Airports                                                    2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
             Principal paid                                          $    11,200,000    $  10,580,000     $    11,130,000
             Interest paid                                                 8,770,901        8,204,400           7,656,855
             Outstanding Debt-April 30                                   176,300,000      165,720,000         154,590,000
                                                              Total $    196,270,901    $ 184,504,400     $   173,376,855
           Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Bonds
             Principal paid                                          $     4,480,000    $   4,670,000     $     4,875,000
             Interest paid                                                 5,648,250        5,424,250           5,190,750
             Outstanding Debt-April 30                                   108,485,000      103,815,000          98,940,000
                                                              Total $    118,613,250    $ 113,909,250     $   109,005,750
           Customer Facility Charge Revenue Bonds
             Principal paid                                          $     3,260,000    $    3,395,000    $     3,550,000
             Interest paid                                                 2,499,535         2,333,160          2,159,535
             Outstanding Debt-April 30                                    47,615,000        44,220,000         40,670,000
                                                              Total $     53,374,535    $   49,948,160    $    46,379,535
           Special Facilities Revenue Bonds
             Principal paid                                          $       605,000    $      675,000    $             --
             Interest paid                                                 1,384,975         1,359,375                  --
             Outstanding Debt-April 30                                    29,275,000        28,600,000                  --
                                                              Total $     31,264,975    $   30,634,375    $             --

           Revenue
             Grants                                                  $             --   $            --   $             --
             Permits and Fees                                             45,401,884        36,652,275         34,571,200
                                                              Total $     45,401,884    $   36,652,275    $    34,571,200
           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salary and Benefits                                    $             --   $            --   $             --
              Contracts                                                            --                --                 --
              Supplies                                                             --                --                 --
              Equipment                                                            --                --                 --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --                --                 --
              Debt Service                                                45,401,884        36,652,275         34,571,200
                                                              Total $     45,401,884    $   36,652,275    $    34,571,200
           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                   $    19,972,620    $   18,789,400    $    18,791,900
              Passenger Facility Charges                                  10,129,295        10,096,300         10,067,800
              Customer Facility Charges                                    5,760,235         5,730,200          5,711,500
              Special Facility Debt                                        9,539,734         2,036,375                  --
                                                              Total $     45,401,884    $   36,652,275    $    34,571,200




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                                 Capital Improvements
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

                                                          Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                         2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category




                                                                                                          Aviation
   Salary and Benefits                              $            --   $            --   $            --
   Contracts                                                     --                --                --
   Supplies                                                      --                --                --
   Equipment                                               120,066                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                  --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                 69,713,162        47,375,756        22,786,400
                                             Total $    69,833,228    $   47,375,756    $   22,786,400

Allocation by Project
   KCI - Apron Improvements                         $   69,833,228    $   47,375,756    $   22,786,400
   KCI - Building Improvements                                   --                --                --
                                             Total $    69,833,228    $   47,375,756    $   22,786,400

Allocation by Fund
   Capital Improvements                             $            -- $              -- $              --
   Kansas City Airports                                 52,762,251        28,647,156         9,000,000
   Richards Gebaur KC Southern Railway                   3,881,888                 --                --
   KCI Passenger Facility Charge                         5,170,100        17,600,000        12,100,700
   Customer Facility Charge                                780,034           599,600            29,300
   Special Facility Debt Fund                            7,238,955           529,000         1,656,400
                                             Total $    69,833,228 $      47,375,756 $      22,786,400

Revenue
  Grants                                            $   29,723,038    $   25,300,000    $   15,000,000
  Permits and Fees                                      40,110,190        22,075,756         7,786,400
                                             Total $    69,833,228    $   47,375,756    $   22,786,400




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Aviation
                           Boards of Election




                                                                                                  Boards of Election
                                                                                                   Boards of Election
Department Purpose Statement
The Boards of Election Commissioners provide fair and free elections for the public.

Desired Community Outcome

Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                                   Boards of Election
                                        Organization Chart
Boards of Election




                                                  Citizens of
                                                  Kansas City




                                                  Governor of
                                                   Missouri




                     Cass County    Clay County                 Kansas City   Platte County




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                                 Boards of Election
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                           Boards of Election
                                                         Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                        2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                 $      1,692,465 $       3,806,119 $       1,742,269
                                           Total $      1,692,465 $       3,806,119 $       1,742,269

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $             -- $              -- $              --
      Contracts                                         1,692,465         3,806,119         1,742,269
      Supplies                                                  --                --                --
      Equipment                                                 --                --                --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                   --                --                --
      Debt Service                                              --                --                --
                                            Total $     1,692,465 $       3,806,119 $       1,742,269

Allocation by Fund
      General                                    $      1,692,465 $       3,806,119 $       1,742,269
                                           Total $      1,692,465 $       3,806,119 $       1,742,269

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $              -- $             -- $               --
      Grants                                                      --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                            --               --                 --
      Other Revenue                                               --               --                 --
                                           Total $                -- $             -- $               --

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          --               --               --
   Less: Charges to Other Departments                             --               --               --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --               --
                                           Total                  --               --               --




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                                                       Boards of Election
                                                         SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Boards of Election



                                                                                 Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                     Outcome      Programs and Activities                       2009-10         2010-11           2011-12

                     Governance                                             $   1,692,465 $     3,806,119 $      1,742,269

                               Administration and Registration
                                 Cass County Board of Elections             $            -- $        1,000   $         1,000
                                 Clay County Board of Elections                    399,653         452,274           422,869
                                 Kansas City Board of Elections                  1,021,624       1,024,673         1,003,866
                                 Platte County Board of Elections                  268,848         314,172           314,534
                                                                    Total $      1,690,125 $     1,792,119   $     1,742,269

                               Elections
                                  Cass County                               $           -- $         4,000   $               --
                                  Clay County                                       2,340          160,000                   --
                                  Kansas City                                           --       1,750,000                   --
                                  Platte County                                         --         100,000                   --
                                                                    Total $         2,340 $      2,014,000   $               --


                               Department Total                             $   1,692,465 $     3,806,119 $      1,742,269




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                     Administration and Registration
Responsible Division: Administration and Registration




                                                                                                                        Boards of Election
Outcome: Governance
Administration and Registration ensures that elections are equitably administered and that all eligible citizens are
provided appropriate access to participate in elections.


    - Clay County Board of Elections                           - Kansas City Board of Elections
    - Platte County Board of Elections                         - Cass County Board of Elections


                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $            --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                        1,690,125          1,792,119           1,742,269
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                       Total $      1,690,125      $   1,792,119      $    1,742,269

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $      1,690,125      $   1,792,119      $    1,742,269
                                                       Total $      1,690,125      $   1,792,119      $    1,742,269

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                --
                                                       Total $                --   $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --                 --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                       Total                  --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects no budget changes in the Board of Elections administration.




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                                                                  Elections
                     Responsible Division: Elections
Boards of Election


                     Outcome: Governance
                     Elections programs are responsible for organizing and administering primary, general, and special elections
                     so that all eligible citizens are afforded the opportunity to participate in the democratic process.


                         - Cass County                                            - Clay County
                         - Kansas City                                            - Platte County


                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                     Allocation by Expense Category
                        Salaries and Benefits                                     $            --    $           --     $           --
                        Contracts                                                          2,340         2,014,000                  --
                        Supplies                                                               --                --                 --
                        Equipment                                                              --                --                 --
                        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                 --
                        Debt Service                                                           --                --                 --
                                                                          Total $          2,340     $   2,014,000      $           --

                     Allocation by Fund
                        General                                                 $          2,340     $   2,014,000      $           --
                                                                          Total $          2,340     $   2,014,000      $           --

                     Revenue
                       Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $           --
                       Grants                                                                   --                 --               --
                       Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --               --
                       Other Revenue                                                            --                 --               --
                                                                          Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                     Personnel
                       No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --               --
                       Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --               --
                       Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --               --
                                                                          Total                 --                 --               --

                     Changes to the Budget
                     No elections are budgeted in FY 2011-12.




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                                  Capital Projects




                                                                                                          Capital Projects
Department Purpose Statement
The Capital Projects Department seeks to deliver capital improvements, including roadways,
bridges and public buildings, to the citizens of Kansas City in an efficient and cost-effective manner.


Desired Community Outcomes
Public Infrastructure - Kansas City is adequately and efficiently served with well-planned,
coordinated, and maintained public buildings, water, wastewater, and stormwater systems, and
viable roads and bridges.




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                                          Capital Projects
                                               Organization Chart
Capital Projects




                                                    Citizens of
                                                   Kansas City




                                                    Mayor &
                                                   City Council




                                                   City Manager




                                                  Capital Projects
                                                     Pat Klein
                                                      Acting
                                                    42.0 FTEs




                   Budget &   Administrative                                                    Construction
                   Finance      Services          Public Buildings     Transportation
                                                                                                Management

                                                                     • Project Controls
                                                                     • Utilities Coordination
                                                                     • Right of Way &
                                                                       Relocation Services




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                                    Capital Projects
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                          Capital Projects
                                                          Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                         2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Infrastructure                     $                -- $             -- $     3,122,684
                                            Total $                -- $             -- $     3,122,684

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                      $               -- $             -- $       229,435
        Contracts                                                  --               --               --
        Supplies                                                   --               --               --
        Equipment                                                  --               --               --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --               --               --
        Capital Improvements and Maintenance                       --               --       2,893,249
        Debt Service                                               --               --               --
                                             Total $               -- $             -- $     3,122,684

Allocation by Fund
        Capital Improvements                                       --               --       3,122,684
                                            Total $                -- $             -- $     3,122,684

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                 $              -- $             -- $     3,122,684
      Grants                                                       --               --               --
      Permits and Fees                                             --               --               --
      Other Revenue                                                --               --               --
                                            Total $                -- $             -- $     3,122,684

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          --               --             3.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                 --               --               --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --               --
                                            Total                  --               --             3.0




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                                                       Capital Projects
                                                         SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Capital Projects


                                                                          Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                   Outcome     Programs and Activities                   2009-10          2010-11           2011-12

                   Public Infrastructure                             $             -- $             -- $   3,122,684

                             Capital Projects Management
                               Right-of-Way                          $             -- $             -- $       229,435
                               Chouteau Parkway                                    --               --       1,893,249
                               Troost Bridge at Brush Creek                        --               --       1,000,000

                             Department Total                        $             -- $             -- $   3,122,684




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                        Capital Projects Department
Responsible Division: Project Management
Outcome: Public Infrastructure




                                                                                                                      Capital Projects
CPO designs, reviews, inspects, and manages City-wide roadway, bridge, and building construction projects so
that projects are constructed in accordance with established standards, budgets, and timelines.


                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $             --   $             --   $      229,435
   Contracts                                                                --                 --                --
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                     --                 --        2,893,249
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                --
                                                     Total $                --   $             --   $    3,122,684

Allocation by Projects
   Chouteau Parkway                                           $             -- $               -- $      1,893,249
   Right-of-Way Acquisition                                                 --                 --          229,435
   Troost Bridge at Brush Creek                                             --                 --        1,000,000
                                                     Total $                -- $               -- $      3,122,684

Allocation by Fund
   Capital Improvements                                                     --                 --        3,122,684
                                                     Total $                --   $             --   $    3,122,684

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $    3,122,684
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                     Total $                --   $             --   $    3,122,684

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --              3.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                --
                                                     Total                  --                 --              3.0

Changes to the Budget
In the FY 2011-12 Budget, a total of three positions are allocated for right-of-way acquisition purposes.
Additionally, $1,893,249 is included for the Chouteau Parkway project and $1,000,000 is included for the
Troost Bridge at Brush Creek project. The Capital Projects Department also includes 30 positions that are
changed to capital projects and funded in the Engineering Services Fund that do not appear on this page.




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Capital Projects
                                     City Auditor




                                                                                                           City Auditor
                                                                                                            City Auditor
Department Purpose Statement

The City Auditor’s Office provides the City Council with independent, objective, and timely information,
analyses, conclusions, and recommendations regarding the work of City government.

Desired Community Outcome

Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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               City Auditor
               Organization Chart
City Auditor




                    Citizens of
                   Kansas City




                    Mayor &
                   City Council




                    City Auditor
                    Gary White
                    11.0 FTEs




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                                           City Auditor
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual          Adopted          Submitted




                                                                                                              City Auditor
                                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                    $      1,166,392 $       1,191,554 $       1,202,764
                                              Total $      1,166,392 $       1,191,554 $       1,202,764

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $        1,069,020 $       1,051,018 $       1,055,029
      Contracts                                               94,156           128,586           135,785
      Supplies                                                 3,216             9,950             9,950
      Equipment                                                    --            2,000             2,000
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                --
      Debt Service                                                 --                --                --
                                            Total $        1,166,392 $       1,191,554 $       1,202,764

Allocation by Fund
      General                                       $      1,166,392 $       1,191,554 $       1,202,764
                                              Total $      1,166,392 $       1,191,554 $       1,202,764

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $              -- $             -- $               --
      Grants                                                         --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                               --               --                 --
      Other Revenue                                                  --               --                 --
                                              Total $                -- $             -- $               --

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        15.0             11.0               11.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                  --               --                 --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                               --               --                 --
                                              Total             15.0             11.0               11.0




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                                                     City Auditor
                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                   Actual       Adopted         Submitted
City Auditor



               Outcome     Programs and Activities                2009-10       2010-11          2011-12

               Governance                                     $   1,166,392 $   1,191,554 $     1,202,764

                         City Auditor                         $   1,166,392 $   1,191,554   $   1,202,764




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                                           City Auditor
Responsible Department: City Auditor
Outcome: Governance

The City Auditor serves as a catalyst for improving government and increasing public accountability by assisting




                                                                                                                      City Auditor
elected officials and professional staff in reducing costs, increasing revenues, and improving the delivery of
City services.

                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $   1,069,020      $   1,051,018      $    1,055,029
   Contracts                                                         94,156            128,586             135,785
   Supplies                                                           3,216              9,950               9,950
   Equipment                                                              --             2,000               2,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                           --                 --                  --
                                                      Total $     1,166,392      $   1,191,554      $    1,202,764

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $     1,166,392      $   1,191,554      $    1,202,764
                                                      Total $     1,166,392      $   1,191,554      $    1,202,764

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                      Total $               --   $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 15.0              11.0                11.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                  --
                                                      Total             15.0              11.0                11.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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City Auditor
                                      City Clerk




                                                                                                       City Clerk
                                                                                                      City Clerk
Department Purpose Statement
The Office of the City Clerk provides accurate, accessible, and timely legislative information to
various constituencies including the Mayor, City Council, the public, and City staff. The primary
function of the office is to provide administrative, research, and legislative support to the Mayor
and City Council.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance- Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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              City Clerk
             Organization Chart
City Clerk




                  Citizens of
                 Kansas City




                  Mayor &
                 City Council




                  City Clerk
              Vickie Thompson-Carr
                     5.5 FTEs




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                                           City Clerk
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                           Actual          Adopted       Submitted
                                                          2009-10          2010-11        2011-12




                                                                                                       City Clerk
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                   $        418,204 $        469,072 $      471,488
                                             Total $        418,204 $        469,072 $      471,488

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $         328,035 $        361,826 $      364,422
      Contracts                                              85,707          101,946        101,766
      Supplies                                                4,462            5,300          5,300
      Equipment                                                   --               --             --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --               --             --
      Debt Service                                                --               --             --
                                            Total $         418,204 $        469,072 $      471,488

Allocation by Fund
      General                                      $        418,204 $        469,072 $      471,488
                                             Total $        418,204 $        469,072 $      471,488

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $              -- $          -- $            --
      Grants                                                        --            --              --
      Permits and Fees                                              --            --              --
      Other Revenue                                                 --          500             500
                                             Total $                -- $        500 $           500

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        5.5              5.5            5.5
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                 --               --             --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --             --
                                             Total              5.5              5.5            5.5




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                                                    City Clerk
                                                SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                 Actual       Adopted         Submitted
             Outcome      Programs and Activities               2009-10       2010-11          2011-12
City Clerk




             Governance                                     $    418,204 $     469,072 $        471,488

                       City Clerk's Office                  $     418,204 $     469,072   $      471,488

                       Department Total                     $    418,204 $     469,072 $        471,488




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                                               City Clerk
Responsible Division: City Clerk
Outcome: Governance
The City Clerk's Office provides quality customer service to the public, elected officials, and City staff through
the effective distribution, retention, and processing of official legislative records and other information.




                                                                                                                        City Clerk
                                                                       Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                      2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $      328,035      $    361,826     $     364,422
   Contracts                                                             85,707           101,946           101,766
   Supplies                                                               4,462             5,300             5,300
   Equipment                                                                  --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                               --                --                --
                                                         Total $        418,204      $    469,072     $     471,488

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $        418,204      $    469,072     $     471,488
                                                         Total $        418,204      $    469,072     $     471,488

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $              --   $          --    $            --
  Grants                                                                        --              --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --              --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --            500                500
                                                         Total $                --   $        500     $          500

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      5.5               5.5               5.5
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                --                --
                                                         Total               5.5               5.5               5.5




Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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City Clerk
             City Planning and Development




                                                                                               City Planning And Development
Department Purpose Statement
The City Planning and Development Department serves as Kansas City’s lead planning agency
by providing and coordinating economic development assistance and services.

Desired Community Outcomes
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                                              City Planning and Development
City Planning And Development

                                                                    Organization Chart




                                                                        Citizens of
                                                                       Kansas City




                                                                        Mayor &
                                                                       City Council




                                Board of Zoning     City Planning                      Landmarks
                                  Adjustment        Commission         City Manager    Commission




                                                                       City Planning
                                                                      & Development
                                                                        Tom Coyle
                                                                        139.3 FTEs




                                                                                             Economic
                                             Administration
                                                                                            Development

                                                                                         •	 Urban	Redevelopment




                                           City-wide Planning
                                                                                            Development
                                            and Research &
                                                                                              Services
                                              Urban Design




                                                                       Development
                                                                       Management




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                    City Planning and Development




                                                                                                     City Planning And Development
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                          Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                         2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                           $      18,676,803 $   13,240,570 $   14,089,013
                                            Total $      18,676,803 $   13,240,570 $   14,089,013

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $    11,988,558 $   10,676,704 $   10,224,716
        Contracts                                         1,625,773      1,361,447      1,911,828
        Supplies                                             77,097        240,950        241,350
        Equipment                                            41,632         37,500         37,500
        Debt Service                                        424,469        424,969        423,619
        Capital Improvements                              4,519,274        499,000      1,250,000
                                            Total $      18,676,803 $   13,240,570 $   14,089,013

Allocation by Fund
        General                                     $    14,041,313 $    2,168,668 $    4,132,009
        Development Services                                      --    10,509,902      8,369,004
        Arterial Street Impact Fees                          63,000         63,000         63,000
        Economic Development Initiative                     100,763              --             --
        ARRA Stimulus                                           794              --             --
        Brownfields Revolving Loan                              672              --             --
        Capital Improvements                              1,530,728        499,000              --
        Downtown Arena Project                            2,939,533              --             --
        East Village STIF                                         --             --        25,000
        Midtown STIF                                              --             --     1,500,000
                                            Total $      18,676,803 $   13,240,570 $   14,089,013

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                 $     1,530,728 $      499,000 $            --
      Grants                                                542,279        424,969        772,500
      Permits and Fees                                   14,537,816     10,610,250      8,832,761
      Other Revenue                                           6,726          4,500      1,254,500
                                            Total $      16,617,549 $   11,538,719 $   10,859,761

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                    188.0          154.0           140.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                            (1.0)          (1.7)           (0.7)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                            --             --              --
                                            Total            187.0          152.3           139.3




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                                                    City Planning and Development
City Planning And Development

                                                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                             Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                Outcome      Programs and Activities                        2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

                                Economic Growth                                        $   18,676,803 $      13,240,570 $      14,089,013

                                          Administration
                                            City Development - Administration          $       804,696   $       701,033   $       629,125
                                            Financial Services                                 959,719           966,834           827,717
                                                                                Total $      1,764,415   $     1,667,867   $     1,456,842

                                          City-wide Planning and Research
                                             Midtown/Plaza Area Plan                   $       93,928    $            -- $         250,000
                                             City-Wide Planning and Research                  882,735           828,176            885,372
                                                                                Total $       976,663    $      828,176 $        1,135,372


                                          Community Improvement Districts              $       56,250    $       75,000    $      215,000


                                          Development Management
                                            Board of Zoning Adjustment                 $         7,734   $         7,500   $         7,500
                                            City Planning Commission                             8,081             7,500             7,500
                                            Development Management                           1,010,111           786,043           912,884
                                            Historic Preservation                              194,753           196,793           191,272
                                            Landmarks Commission                                 3,477             3,500             3,500
                                                                                Total $      1,224,156   $     1,001,336   $     1,122,656

                                          Development Services
                                            Arterial Street Administration          $           63,000   $        63,000   $        63,000
                                            Development Services Administration                598,448           306,635           199,381
                                            Private Inspections                              2,281,479         2,031,364         1,755,081
                                            Investigations                                   1,397,634         1,505,901         1,376,698
                                            Land Development Inspections                     1,943,188         1,738,850         1,739,091
                                            Permits                                          1,350,362         1,270,731         1,193,966
                                            Plans Review                                     1,126,447         1,187,511         1,109,429
                                                                              Total $        8,760,558   $     8,103,992   $     7,436,646




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                    City Planning and Development




                                                                                                             City Planning And Development
                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                             Actual           Adopted         Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                         2009-10           2010-11          2011-12

          Urban Redevelopment
             Columbus Park Neighborhood Init - EDI    $         51,750 $               -- $             --
            Brownfields                                         68,797                 --               --
             Economic Development Projects                     778,836           585,019          438,040
             Beacon Hill Development                                 --                --         190,188
            East Village Property Maintenance                        --                --          25,000
            City Market Operations                                   --           13,363          348,881
            Columbus Park Debt                                 424,469           424,969          423,619
            Land Trust Administration                           51,635            41,848           46,769
                                                Total $      1,375,487 $       1,065,199 $      1,472,497

          Capital Improvements
            Development Studies                      $         439,999   $            -- $              --
            Redevelopment                                    3,404,040          499,000         1,250,000
            Streetscapes                                       675,235                --                --
                                               Total $       4,519,274   $      499,000 $       1,250,000

          Department Total                           $     18,676,803 $      13,240,570 $     14,089,013




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                                                                           Administration
City Planning And Development

                                Responsible Division: Administration
                                Outcome: Economic Growth
                                The Administration Division manages and supports the Department and coordinates with other City departments
                                and major development agencies so that the City Planning and Development Department can serve effectively
                                as Kansas City's lead planning agency.

                                      - City Development Administration                            - Financial Services


                                                                                                      Actual              Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                     2009-10              2010-11           2011-12
                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                       $      1,335,949    $      1,206,360    $    1,159,862
                                   Contracts                                                            426,671             450,687           286,160
                                   Supplies                                                               1,795              10,820            10,820
                                   Equipment                                                                  --                  --                --
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                  --                --
                                   Debt Service                                                               --                  --                --
                                                                                       Total $        1,764,415    $      1,667,867    $    1,456,842

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                     $      1,764,415    $              --   $      629,125
                                   Development Services                                                       --          1,667,867           827,717
                                   Community Development                                                      --                  --                --
                                                                                       Total $        1,764,415    $      1,667,867    $    1,456,842

                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $              --   $           --
                                  Grants                                                                      --                  --               --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                    1,757,689           1,663,367          823,217
                                  Other Revenue                                                           6,726               4,500            4,500
                                                                                       Total $        1,764,415    $      1,667,867    $     827,717

                                Personnel
                                   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   20.0                18.0              16.0
                                  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                  --                --
                                  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                  --                --
                                                                                       Total               20.0                18.0              16.0

                                Changes to the Budget
                                The FY 2011-12 Budget for the City Planning and Development Department reflects a decrease of $1.8 million in
                                permit and fee revenue as the local building and construction industry continues to suffer through the recession.
                                This budget eliminates 13 positions and shifts funding for 13 positions to the General Fund.




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                  Community Improvement Districts




                                                                                                                     City Planning And Development
Responsible Division: Economic Development
Outcome: Economic Growth
The City contributes its fair share to Community Improvement Districts that include City properities and provide
services that benefit those properties.


      - Downtown Community Improvement District                     - River Market Community Improvement District


                                                                       Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                      2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $             -- $             -- $             --
   Contracts                                                             56,250           75,000          215,000
   Supplies                                                                   --               --               --
   Equipment                                                                  --               --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --               --
   Debt Service                                                               --               --               --
                                                        Total $          56,250 $         75,000 $        215,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $          56,250 $         75,000 $        215,000
                                                        Total $          56,250 $         75,000 $        215,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $               -- $             -- $           --
  Grants                                                                        --               --             --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --               --             --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --               --             --
                                                        Total $                 -- $             -- $           --
Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        --               --             --
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --               --             --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --               --             --
                                                        Total                   --               --             --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $140,000 for CID support for a total of $215,000: $150,000 for
the Downtown CID and $65,000 for the River Market CID.




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                                                   City-wide Planning and Research
City Planning And Development

                                Responsible Division: City-wide Planning and Research
                                Outcome: Economic Growth
                                The City-wide Planning and Research Division provides data analyses, census research, and long-term planning
                                services so that development is carefully managed.

                                      - City-wide Planning                                          - Area Plans


                                                                                                       Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                      2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                        $       864,799 $       751,205 $          810,004
                                   Contracts                                                            110,214          67,171            315,568
                                   Supplies                                                               1,650           9,800              9,800
                                   Equipment                                                                                  --                 --
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --              --                 --
                                   Debt Service                                                               --              --                 --
                                                                                        Total $         976,663 $       828,176 $        1,135,372

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                      $       976,663 $       828,176 $          885,372
                                   Midtown STIF                                                               --              --           250,000
                                                                                        Total $         976,663 $       828,176 $        1,135,372

                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                 $               -- $             -- $            --
                                  Grants                                                                        --               --              --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                              --               --              --
                                  Other Revenue                                                                 --               --              --
                                                                                        Total $                 -- $             -- $            --

                                Personnel
                                   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    12.0           10.0               11.0
                                   Charges to/from Other Programs                                           (1.0)          (1.0)              (1.0)
                                   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --             --                 --
                                                                                        Total               11.0            9.0               10.0

                                Changes to the Budget
                                The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the addition of one position for the statistical analysis of new census data
                                and $250,000 for the Midtown/Plaza Area Plan.




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                          Development Management




                                                                                                                 City Planning And Development
Responsible Division: Development Management
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Development Management Division provides development review services to the City Planning Commission
(CPC) and the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) so that development proposals can be thoroughly evaluated.

      - Board of Zoning Adjustment                               - Historic Preservation
      - City Planning Commission                                 - Landmarks Commission
      - Development Management

                                                                    Actual        Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10        2010-11           2011-12
   Zoning adjustment applications reviewed                           183            160               160
   Planning applications reviewed                                    309            250               250


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $     1,125,058 $       863,637 $        984,118
   Contracts                                                          95,475         126,319          127,158
   Supplies                                                            3,623          11,380           11,380
   Equipment                                                               --              --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --              --               --
   Debt Service                                                            --              --               --
                                                     Total $       1,224,156 $     1,001,336 $      1,122,656

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $     1,224,156 $       200,293 $        596,527
   Development Services                                                    --        801,043          526,129
                                                     Total $       1,224,156 $     1,001,336 $      1,122,656

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $             -- $           -- $             --
  Grants                                                                   --             --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                 1,028,401        801,043          526,129
  Other Revenue                                                            --             --               --
                                                     Total $       1,028,401 $      801,043 $        526,129

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                17.0               13.0          14.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --                 --            --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                 --            --
                                                     Total              17.0               13.0          14.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an addition of one position for management of the development review process.




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                                                                 Development Services
City Planning And Development

                                Responsible Division: Development Services Administration
                                Outcome: Economic Growth
                                The Development Services Division provides complete, accurate, and timely services in the issuance of
                                construction-related permits, plans, zoning determinations and clearances, floodplain information, and
                                conformance verification letters.

                                      - Arterial Street Administration                               - Permits
                                      - Development Services Administration                          - Plans Review
                                      - Investigations                                               - Private Inspections
                                      - Land Development Inspections

                                                                                                        Actual           Adopted        Submitted
                                                                                                       2009-10           2010-11         2011-12
                                Performance Indicators
                                   Value of Construction - Land Development                      $ 30,025,135 $ 24,000,000 $ 24,000,000
                                   Value of Construction - Residential and Commercial            $ 600,886,714 $ 600,000,000 $ 600,000,000
                                   Total Value of Construction                                   $ 630,911,849 $ 624,000,000 $ 624,000,000


                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                         $      7,897,048 $      7,233,932 $     6,708,209
                                   Contracts                                                              752,273          627,610         485,987
                                   Supplies                                                                69,605          204,950         204,950
                                   Equipment                                                               41,632           37,500          37,500
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --              --
                                   Debt Service                                                                 --               --              --
                                                                                         Total $        8,760,558 $      8,103,992 $     7,436,646

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                       $      8,697,558 $              -- $      358,488
                                   Development Services                                                         --       8,040,992       7,015,158
                                   Arterial Street Impact Fees                                             63,000           63,000          63,000
                                                                                         Total $        8,760,558 $      8,103,992 $     7,436,646

                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                  $              -- $             -- $            --
                                  Grants                                                                        --               --              --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                      8,760,558        8,103,992       7,436,646
                                  Other Revenue                                                                 --               --              --
                                                                                         Total $        8,760,558 $      8,103,992 $     7,436,646

                                Personnel
                                   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    128.0            103.0            90.0
                                   Charges to/from Other Programs                                             1.0              1.0             1.0
                                   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --               --              --
                                                                                         Total              129.0            104.0            91.0

                                Changes to the Budget
                                The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the elimination of thirteen positions for the purpose of aligning staffing levels
                                with building and construction activity.




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                                 Urban Redevelopment




                                                                                                                          City Planning And Development
Responsible Division: Property and Economic Development
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Urban Redevelopment Division provides permit expediting, project management, environmental reviews,
brownfield facilitation, business assistance and special benefit district services directly to citizens. The division
also coordinates the City's Demolition Lien Waiver and the Jackson County Land Trust programs.

      - Brownfield Redevelopment                                       - Economic Development Projects
      - Port Authority Riverfront Grant                                - Land Trust Administration
      - Columbus Park Debt                                             - Beacon Hill Development


                                                                          Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                                                                         2009-10         2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $       765,704 $        621,570 $         562,523
   Contracts                                                               184,890           14,660           481,955
   Supplies                                                                    424            4,000             4,400
   Equipment                                                                     --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                            424,469          424,969           423,619
   Capital Improvements                                                          --               --                --
                                                           Total $       1,375,487 $      1,065,199 $       1,472,497

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                         $     1,322,271 $      1,065,199 $       1,447,497
   Economic Development Initiative- HUD                                     51,750                --                --
   ARRA Stimulus                                                               794                --                --
   Brownfields Revolving Loan                                                  672                --                --
   East Village STIF                                                             --               --           25,000
                                                           Total $       1,375,487 $      1,065,199 $       1,472,497

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $             -- $             -- $              --
  Grants                                                                   493,266          424,969           772,500
  Permits and Fees                                                          51,635           41,848            46,769
  Other Revenue                                                                  --               --                --
                                                           Total $         544,901 $        466,817 $         819,269

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      11.0              10.0               9.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                             (1.0)             (1.7)             (0.7)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                --
                                                           Total              10.0               8.3               8.3

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects a consolidation of funds for City Market Operations into the Urban
Redevelopment Division and an increase of $25,000 for East Village mowing.




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                                                             Capital Improvements
City Planning And Development

                                Responsible Division: Capital Improvements
                                Outcome: Economic Growth
                                The Capital Improvements Division manages development studies, prepares and reviews redevelopment plans,
                                and provides oversight of streetscape projects.


                                                                                               Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                              2009-10         2010-11           2011-12
                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                      Salaries and Benefits                              $            -- $            -- $              --
                                      Contracts                                                       --              --                --
                                      Supplies                                                        --              --                --
                                      Equipment                                                       --              --                --
                                      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         --              --                --
                                      Debt Service                                                    --              --                --
                                      Capital Improvements                                    4,519,274         499,000         1,250,000
                                                                                   Total $    4,519,274 $       499,000 $       1,250,000

                                Allocation by Project
                                   Development Studies
                                      Block 112 Demo and Abatement                      $       166,811 $             -- $              --
                                      City-wide Trails Plan                                       7,903               --                --
                                      Columbus Park Infrastructure                               59,950               --                --
                                      Crossroads Study                                                --         25,000                 --
                                      Downtown Community Improvement District                    54,550         175,000                 --
                                      Line Creek Valley                                               8               --                --
                                      Paseo West 18th and Vine Study                                  --         24,000                 --
                                      Rivermarket Community Improvement District                 21,760          75,000                 --
                                      St. John/Benton Blvd Entryway                             126,273               --                --
                                      Vivion Trail Phase 3                                        2,744               --                --
                                                                               Subtotal $       439,999 $       299,000 $               --


                                  Redevelopment
                                    12th and Grand Acquisition                           $    2,772,722 $               -- $            --
                                    Armour Road Improvements                                          --                --      1,250,000
                                    Beacon Hill Phase III                                       117,493                 --              --
                                    Beacon Hill Redevelopment                                    96,243                 --              --
                                    Beacon Hill Development                                         423                 --              --
                                    Brownfield Petro Assessment Citywide                          4,362                 --              --
                                    Shoppers Parkade                                             41,596                 --              --
                                    Town of Kansas                                              115,505                 --              --
                                    Troost Property Acquisition                                   2,648                 --              --
                                    Truman Deck Analysis                                        237,960                 --              --
                                    Westport Lighting                                            15,088                 --              --
                                                                                Subtotal $    3,404,040 $               -- $    1,250,000




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                                Capital Improvements




                                                                                                         City Planning And Development
Responsible Division: Capital Improvements
Outcome: Economic Growth


                                                                Actual       Adopted       Submitted
                                                               2009-10       2010-11        2011-12
   Streetscapes
      2nd Street Streetscape                               $     22,052 $           -- $            --
      12th Street Streetscape                                     3,115             --              --
      Broadway Streetscape                                      173,899             --              --
      Library District Streetscape                                1,974             --              --
      Mainstreet Streetscape                                          --      200,000               --
      Riverfront West Walkway                                    32,171             --              --
      Town Pavillion Streetscape                                326,093             --              --
      Union Hill District Streetscape                           115,931             --              --
                                                Subtotal $      675,235 $     200,000 $             --

                                                    Total $    4,519,274 $    499,000 $     1,250,000

Allocation by Fund
      Capital Improvements                                 $   1,530,728 $    499,000 $             --
      Economic Development Initiative - HUD Grant                 49,013            --              --
      Downtown Arena Project                                   2,939,533            --              --
      Midtown STIF                                                     --           --      1,250,000
                                                    Total $    4,519,274 $    499,000 $     1,250,000

Revenue
     Dedicated Tax                                         $   1,530,728 $    499,000 $             --
     Grants                                                       49,013            --              --
     Permits and Fees                                          2,939,533            --              --
     Other Revenue                                                     --           --      1,250,000
                                                    Total $    4,519,274 $    499,000 $     1,250,000




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City Planning And Development
                    Contingent Appropriation




                                                                                                  Contingent Appropriation
Department Purpose Statement
The Contingent Appropriation Program adheres to the City Ordinance requirement of reserving an
amount not less than one nor more than three percent of the estimated General Fund revenues
as a contingency.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                           Contingent Appropriation
Contingent Appropriation

                                 Organization Chart




                                      Citizens of
                                     Kansas City




                                      Mayor &
                                     City Council




                                     City Manager




                                      Contingent
                                     Appropriation




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                          Contingent Appropriation




                                                                                                           Contingent Appropriation
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                         Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                        2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                 $      2,302,144 $       5,900,000 $       4,700,000
                                           Total $      2,302,144 $       5,900,000 $       4,700,000

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $     1,847,630 $       1,000,000 $               --
      Contracts                                           454,514         4,900,000         4,700,000
      Supplies                                                  --                --                --
      Equipment                                                 --                --                --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                   --                --                --
      Debt Service                                              --                --                --
                                            Total $     2,302,144 $       5,900,000 $       4,700,000

Allocation by Fund
      General                                    $      2,302,144 $       5,900,000 $       4,700,000
                                           Total $      2,302,144 $       5,900,000 $       4,700,000

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $              -- $             -- $               --
      Grants                                                      --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                            --               --                 --
      Other Revenue                                               --               --                 --
                                           Total $                -- $             -- $               --

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          --          20.0                  --
   Charges to/from other Programs                                 --             --                 --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --             --                 --
                                           Total                  --          20.0                  --




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                                                     Contingent Appropriation
Contingent Appropriation

                                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                           Outcome     Programs and Activities                 2009-10         2010-11         2011-12

                           Governance                                      $   2,302,144 $     5,900,000 $    4,700,000

                                     Contingent Appropriation
                                       Strategic Position Reserve          $            -- $    1,000,000 $             --
                                       Reduction In Force                       2,302,144               --              --
                                       Contingent Appropriation                         --      4,900,000       4,700,000
                                                                    Total $     2,302,144 $     5,900,000 $     4,700,000

                                     Department Total                      $   2,302,144 $     5,900,000 $    4,700,000




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                           Contingent Appropriation




                                                                                                                    Contingent Appropriation
Responsible Department: City Manager - Office of Management and Budget
Outcome: Governance

Contingent Appropriation reserves an amount equivalent to one percent but not more than three percent of the
estimated General Fund revenues as a contingency to pay for unbudgeted or unexpected expenses.


                                                                  Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $   1,847,630      $   1,000,000    $            --
   Contracts                                                       454,514          4,900,000         4,700,000
   Supplies                                                              --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                             --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                          --                 --                --
                                                     Total $     2,302,144      $   5,900,000    $    4,700,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                 $     2,302,144      $   5,900,000    $    4,700,000
                                                     Total $     2,302,144      $   5,900,000    $    4,700,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $           --   $             --
  Grants                                                                   --               --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --               --                 --
                                                     Total $               --   $           --   $             --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --            20.0                  --
  Charges to/from other Programs                                           --               --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                 --
                                                     Total                 --            20.0                  --

Changes to the Budget
The Contingent Appropriation is the City's "rainy day" account and meets the requirement for an annual
emergency reserve. The strategic position reserve of 20 positions in the FY 2010-11 Budget were allocated for
solid waste and street maintenance purposes.




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Contingent Appropriation
     Convention and Entertainment Facilities




                                                                                                    Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Department Purpose Statement
The Convention and Entertainment Facilities Department provides entertainment opportunities
and an economic engine for the citizens of Kansas City so that the downtown is fully utilized and
tax revenue is generated through the hosting of various events including conventions, consumer
shows, sporting events, concerts, and other performing arts events.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities
for growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                                               Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Convention and Entertainment Facilities

                                                                              Organization Chart




                                                                                      Citizens of
                                                                                     Kansas City




                                                                                      Mayor &
                                                                                     City Council




                                                                                    City Manager




                                                                                    Convention &
                                                                                    Entertainment
                                                                                      Facilities
                                                                                   Oscar McGaskey
                                                                                      97.0 FTEs




                                                Convention &
                                                Entertainment                                                        Convention Center
                                                                       Sales & Marketing        Technical Services   Event Coordination
                                           Facilities Administration
                                          •	 American Royal
                                             Operations




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           Convention and Entertainment Facilities




                                                                                                      Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                           Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                          2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                            $      48,442,637 $   34,572,865 $   35,625,516
                                             Total $      48,442,637 $   34,572,865 $   35,625,516

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      5,347,120 $    5,420,499 $    4,983,057
        Contracts                                          9,331,489     10,125,514     10,872,487
        Supplies                                             264,815        530,320        530,320
        Equipment                                            178,075              --             --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --             --             --
        Debt Service                                      31,607,170     18,496,532     19,239,652
        Capital Maintenance                                1,713,968              --             --
                                              Total $     48,442,637 $   34,572,865 $   35,625,516

Allocation by Fund
        General                                      $     2,152,912 $    2,267,200 $    2,270,600
        Convention and Tourism                            16,372,724     15,411,198     15,689,432
        Convention and Sports Complex                     29,917,001     16,894,467     17,665,484
                                             Total $      48,442,637 $   34,572,865 $   35,625,516

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $    36,305,647 $   22,961,236 $   26,336,913
      Grants                                               2,000,000      1,817,695              --
      Permits and Fees                                     6,105,455      5,710,855      5,218,003
      Other Revenue                                        1,729,698      1,815,879      1,800,000
                                             Total $      46,140,800 $   32,305,665 $   33,354,916

Personnel by Department
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                     104.0          104.0            97.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                --             --              --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             --             --              --
                                             Total            104.0          104.0            97.0




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                                                     Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Convention and Entertainment Facilities

                                                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                                     Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                          Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

                                          Economic Growth                                      $   48,442,637 $      34,572,865 $      35,625,516

                                                    Administration                             $      897,646    $      878,097    $      804,387

                                                    American Royal Center
                                                      ARC Operations                           $       271,295   $       836,379 $         836,286
                                                      Debt Service - ARC Renovations                 2,266,912         2,267,200         2,270,600
                                                      ARC Event Support                                334,622                 --                --
                                                      Kemper Arena                                     903,706           979,500           963,714
                                                                                       Total $       3,776,535   $     4,083,079 $       4,070,600

                                                    Convention Center Event Services
                                                      Box Office                               $       243,001   $       236,354   $       229,986
                                                      Event Coordination                               559,710           554,577           515,499
                                                      Event Support                                  2,278,561         2,421,068         2,374,963
                                                      Technical Services                               949,988         1,043,079         1,076,573
                                                                                       Total $       4,031,260   $     4,255,078   $     4,197,021

                                                    Convention Center Facility Operations
                                                      Facilities Maintenance                  $      6,657,056   $     7,432,267 $       7,626,846
                                                      KC Explorers                                      98,916           125,000           225,000
                                                      Capital Maintenance                            1,713,968                 --          150,225
                                                                                        Total $      8,469,940   $     7,557,267 $       8,002,071

                                                    Convention Center Marketing
                                                      Convention Center Marketing              $       248,134   $      250,000    $      250,000
                                                      Sales and Marketing                              448,189          454,877           435,953
                                                      Marketing Agreements                             653,932          200,000           200,000
                                                                                       Total $       1,350,255   $      904,877    $      885,953

                                                    Convention Center Debt Service             $    29,917,001   $    16,894,467   $    17,665,484

                                                    Department Total                           $   48,442,637 $      34,572,865 $      35,625,516




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                                           Administration




                                                                                                                      Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention and Entertainment Facilities Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth
Administration provides effective and efficient staff support to the Convention and Entertainment Facilities
personnel and its clients so that repeat and referral business is generated and a positive economic impact to the
City is realized.


                                                                     Actual          Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                              2009-10          2010-11             2011-12
   Convention events held                                             27               28                  27
  Convention attendance                                               n/a            151,000             140,000
  Average client satisfaction rating (5 point scale)                  4.5              4.0                 4.5


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $      811,453    $      787,623     $     685,764
   Contracts                                                           82,109            86,249           114,398
   Supplies                                                             4,084             4,225             4,225
   Equipment                                                                --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                     --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                --
                                                       Total $        897,646    $      878,097     $     804,387

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                    $        897,646    $      878,097     $     804,387
                                                       Total $        897,646    $      878,097     $     804,387

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $      328,338    $      391,842     $     498,889
  Grants                                                              140,475           117,402                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                    428,833           368,853           305,498
  Other Revenue                                                             --                --                --
                                                       Total $        897,646    $      878,097     $     804,387

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 10.0               10.0               8.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                --
                                                       Total             10.0               10.0               8.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the elimination of funding equivalent to two vacant positions due to a loss of
revenues related to the weakened economy, which is evidenced by a decline in citywide conventions, Broadway
musicals and fewer public shows.




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                                                                        American Royal Center
Convention and Entertainment Facilities

                                          Responsible Division: Convention and Entertainment Facilities Administration
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth
                                          American Royal Center (ARC) provides support for promoters, exhibitors, and attendees so that the American
                                          Royal Center and Kemper Arena are considered desirable venues for sporting events, concerts, horse shows
                                          and other events.

                                             -   ARC Operations                                      -       Debt Service for ARC Renovations

                                                                                                                Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                          Performance Indicators                                               2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                                             Events held - Kemper Arena                                          41                  28                  23
                                            Event attendance - Kemper Arena                                      n/a              180,000             180,000
                                            Events held - American Royal Complex                                 21                  15                  14
                                            Event attendance - American Royal Complex                            n/a               18,500              18,500

                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                       $             --     $           --     $            --
                                             Contracts                                                         1,509,623          1,815,879           1,800,000
                                             Supplies                                                                  --                 --                  --
                                             Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
                                             Capital Improvements                                                      --                 --                  --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
                                             Debt Service                                                      2,266,912          2,267,200           2,270,600
                                                                                             Total $           3,776,535      $   4,083,079      $    4,070,600

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             General                                                     $     1,897,912      $   2,267,200      $    2,270,600
                                             Convention and Tourism                                            1,878,623          1,815,879           1,800,000
                                                                                             Total $           3,776,535      $   4,083,079      $    4,070,600

                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                                $             --     $           --     $            --
                                            Grants                                                                     --                 --                  --
                                            Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                  --
                                            Other Revenue                                                      1,729,698          1,815,879           1,800,000
                                                                                             Total $           1,729,698      $   1,815,879      $    1,800,000

                                          Personnel
                                             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --                 --                --
                                            Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --                --
                                            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --                --
                                                                                             Total                       --                 --                --

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                     Convention Center Event Services




                                                                                                                          Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention Center Event Coordination
Outcome: Economic Growth
Convention Center Event Coordination provides support for promoters, exhibitors, and attendees so that Bartle
Hall and Municipal Auditorium are considered desirable facilities for conventions, tradeshows, seminars, and
concerts, leading to further economic growth in Kansas City.

    -   Event Coordination                                    -       Box Office
    -   Event Support                                         -       Technical Services

                                                                         Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                        2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     2,583,470     $    2,753,180    $    2,526,362
   Contracts                                                            1,299,318          1,283,224         1,451,985
   Supplies                                                               135,007            218,674           218,674
   Equipment                                                               13,465                  --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                         --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                      Total $           4,031,260     $    4,255,078    $    4,197,021

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                   $           4,031,260     $    4,255,078    $    4,197,021
                                                      Total $           4,031,260     $    4,255,078    $    4,197,021

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $     1,474,542     $    1,898,784    $    2,603,038
  Grants                                                                  630,864            568,904                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                      1,925,854          1,787,390         1,593,983
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                      Total $           4,031,260     $    4,255,078    $    4,197,021

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      62.0              62.0              59.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --                --                --
                                                      Total                   62.0              62.0              59.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the elimination of funding equivalent to three vacant positions due a loss of
revenues related to the weakened economy, which is evidenced by a decline in citywide conventions, Broadway
musicals and fewer public shows. The budget also includes an additional $100,000 for repairs and maintenance
of the facilities.




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                                                        Convention Center Facility Operations
Convention and Entertainment Facilities

                                          Responsible Division: Technical Services
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth
                                          Convention Center Facility Maintenance enhances the technical and physical amenities of the Convention Center
                                          so that Bartle Hall and Municipal Auditorium are considered desirable facilities for conventions, trade shows, and
                                          seminars and concerts, leading to further economic growth in Kansas City.

                                              - Kansas City Explorers                                    - Facility Capital Improvements
                                              - Facilities Management

                                                                                                              Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                                             2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                       $    1,536,028    $    1,523,719    $    1,433,878
                                             Contracts                                                        4,965,978         5,730,527         6,265,172
                                             Supplies                                                           125,005           303,021           303,021
                                             Equipment                                                          128,961                 --                --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                --
                                             Debt Service                                                             --                --                --
                                             Capital Maintenance                                              1,713,968                 --                --
                                                                                                 Total $      8,469,940    $    7,557,267    $    8,002,071

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             Convention and Tourism                                    $      8,469,940    $    7,557,267    $    8,002,071
                                                                                                 Total $      8,469,940    $    7,557,267    $    8,002,071

                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                                $    4,185,147    $    3,372,351    $    5,020,024
                                            Grants                                                            1,057,261         1,010,407                 --
                                            Permits and Fees                                                  3,227,532         3,174,509         2,982,047
                                            Other Revenue                                                             --                --                --
                                                                                                 Total $      8,469,940    $    7,557,267    $    8,002,071

                                          Personnel by Department
                                             Convention and Entertainment
                                             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 26.0              26.0              24.0
                                             Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                --
                                            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                                                                 Total             26.0              26.0              24.0

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers one position to the General Services Department, eliminates one position and
                                          reflects an additional $150,000 for electrical expenses and $150,000 for facility improvements.




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                          Convention Center Marketing




                                                                                                                      Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention Center Sales
Outcome: Economic Growth
Convention Center Marketing promotes the Convention Center so that Bartle Hall and Municipal Auditorium are
used frequently and fully leading to further economic growth in Kansas City.

   -   Sales                                                 -       Convention Center Marketing
   -   Special Projects

                                                                        Actual           Adopted         Submitted
                                                                       2009-10           2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $       416,169     $    355,977    $     337,053
   Contracts                                                             897,718          544,500          544,500
   Supplies                                                                  719            4,400            4,400
   Equipment                                                              35,649                --               --
   Capital Improvements                                                        --               --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --               --               --
   Debt Service                                                                --               --               --
                                                     Total $           1,350,255     $    904,877    $     885,953

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $       255,000     $          --   $           --
   Convention and Tourism                                              1,095,255          904,877          885,953
                                                     Total $           1,350,255     $    904,877    $     885,953

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $       400,619     $    403,792    $     549,478
  Grants                                                                 171,400          120,982                --
  Permits and Fees                                                       523,236          380,103          336,475
  Other Revenue                                                                --               --               --
                                                     Total $           1,095,255     $    904,877    $     885,953
Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      6.0             6.0              6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --              --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --              --               --
                                                     Total                    6.0             6.0              6.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                                                              Convention Center Debt Service
Convention and Entertainment Facilities

                                          Responsible Division: Convention Center Technical Services
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth
                                          Convention Center Debt Service includes debt for the Bartle Hall Expansion.

                                              - Debt Service - Bartle Hall Expansion

                                                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                           2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                    $            --     $            --    $            --
                                             Contracts                                                       576,743             665,135            696,432
                                             Supplies                                                              --                  --                 --
                                             Equipment                                                             --                  --                 --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                  --                 --
                                             Debt Service                                                 29,340,258          16,229,332         16,969,052
                                                                                              Total $     29,917,001      $   16,894,467     $   17,665,484

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             Convention and Sports Complex                          $     29,917,001      $   16,894,467     $   17,665,484
                                                                                              Total $     29,917,001      $   16,894,467     $   17,665,484

                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                             $   29,917,001      $   16,894,467     $   17,665,484
                                            Grants                                                                 --                  --                 --
                                            Permits and Fees                                                       --                  --                 --
                                            Other Revenue                                                          --                  --                 --
                                                                                              Total $     29,917,001      $   16,894,467     $   17,665,484

                                          Personnel
                                             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --                 --                --
                                            Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
                                            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                                                              Total                  --                 --                --

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          During FY 2009-10, the Bartle Hall Expansion debt was refinanced, causing a temporary increase in expense and
                                          tax redirection.




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                     Convention and Tourism




                                                                                                        Convention and Tourism
                                                                                                      Convention andTourism
Department Purpose Statement
The Convention and Tourism Program promotes Kansas City as an attractive, superior destination
for conventions, visiting, and tourism, thereby allowing the City to grow as a vibrant economic and
entertainment center.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                                         Convention and Tourism
Convention and Tourism

                                                          Organization Chart




                                                               Citizens of
                                                              Kansas City




                                                               Mayor &
                                                              City Council




                                                              City Manager




                                 Convention &                                  Neighborhood
                                 Entertainment                    Law         and Community      Finance
                                   Facilities                                    Services



                         Convention &                        Jackson County    Neighborhood
                            Visitors      Sprint Center      Sports Complex                   Performing Arts
                                                                                  Tourist
                          Association                           Authority                         Center
                                                                               Development




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                           Convention and Tourism




                                                                                                       Convention and Tourism
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                          Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                         2009-10         20010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                           $      23,373,399 $    24,920,087 $    26,373,926
                                            Total $      23,373,399 $    24,920,087 $    26,373,926

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                      $              -- $            -- $            --
        Contracts                                         3,032,548       3,220,000       3,574,178
        Supplies                                                  --              --              --
        Equipment                                                 --              --              --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies           6,528,870       6,899,000       7,035,750
        Debt Service                                     13,811,981      14,801,087      15,763,998
        Capital Improvements                                      --              --              --
                                             Total $     23,373,399 $    24,920,087 $    26,373,926

Allocation by Fund
        General                                     $     1,700,000 $     2,514,000 $             --
        Parking Garage                                            --              --      1,944,000
        Neighborhood Tourist Development                  1,252,548       1,690,000       1,574,178
        Convention and Tourism                            5,500,045       5,899,000       5,985,750
        Downtown Arena Project                           14,920,806      14,817,087      14,869,998
        Convention and Sports Complex                             --              --      2,000,000
                                            Total $      23,373,399 $    24,920,087 $    26,373,926

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                 $     6,752,593 $     7,889,000 $     7,559,928
      Grants                                                      --              --      2,000,000
      Permits and Fees                                   12,772,455      13,505,200      14,005,200
      Other Revenue                                               --              --              --
                                            Total $      19,525,048 $    21,394,200 $    23,565,128

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          --               --            --
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                 --               --            --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --            --
                                            Total                  --               --            --




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                                                   Convention and Tourism
Convention and Tourism

                                                           SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                    Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                         Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2009-10          20010-11         2011-12

                         Economic Growth                                  $       23,373,399 $      24,920,087 $    26,373,926

                                   Convention and Visitors Association        $     6,528,870 $       6,899,000 $     7,035,750

                                   Jackson County Sports Complex
                                      Authority                               $     1,700,000 $       1,530,000 $     2,000,000

                                   Neighborhood Tourist Development           $     1,332,548 $       1,690,000 $     1,574,178

                                   Performing Arts Center Garage Debt         $              -- $      984,000 $      1,944,000

                                   Sprint Center Debt                         $    13,811,981 $      13,817,087 $    13,819,998

                                   Department Total                       $       23,373,399 $      24,920,087 $    26,373,926




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               Convention and Visitors Association




                                                                                                                  Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: Convention & Entertainment Facilities Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Convention and Visitors Association (CVA) promotes convention and tourism opportunities in Kansas City to
maximize the economic benefit from visitors to the City.


                                                                 Actual            Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                          2009-10            20010-11          2011-12
  Citywide conventions (1000 room peak) booked by CVA             20                  14               13

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                    $           --     $           --   $            --
   Contracts                                                            --                 --                --
   Supplies                                                             --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                            --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      6,528,870          6,899,000         7,035,750
   Debt Service                                                         --                 --                --
                                                    Total $     6,528,870      $   6,899,000    $    7,035,750

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                   $   5,420,045      $   5,899,000    $    5,985,750
   Downtown Arena Project                                       1,108,825          1,000,000         1,050,000
                                                    Total $     6,528,870      $   6,899,000    $    7,035,750

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                             $   5,420,045      $   5,899,000    $    5,985,750
  Grants                                                                --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                      --         1,000,000         1,050,000
  Other Revenue                                                         --                 --                --
                                                    Total $     5,420,045      $   6,899,000    $    7,035,750

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --               --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                    Total                 --               --                --

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                                 Jackson County Sports Complex Authority
Convention and Tourism

                         Responsible Division: Legal Services
                         Outcome: Economic Growth
                         The Jackson County Sports Complex Authority oversees the management of Arrowhead Stadium and Kauffman
                         Stadium to provide regional venues for athletic and other activities.


                                                                                        Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                       2009-10            20010-11          2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                  $           --     $           --   $            --
                            Contracts                                                  1,700,000          1,530,000         2,000,000
                            Supplies                                                           --                 --                --
                            Equipment                                                          --                 --                --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                            --                 --                --
                            Debt Service                                                       --                 --                --
                                                                           Total $     1,700,000      $   1,530,000    $    2,000,000

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                $   1,700,000      $   1,530,000    $            --
                            Convention and Sports Complex                                      --                 --        2,000,000
                                                                           Total $     1,700,000      $   1,530,000    $    2,000,000

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                           $             --   $           --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                --               --        2,000,000
                           Permits and Fees                                                      --               --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                         --               --                --
                                                                           Total $               --   $           --   $    2,000,000

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 --               --                --
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --               --                --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     --               --                --
                                                                           Total                 --               --                --

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $470,000 for the Jackson County Sports Complex. Funding
                         is shifted to non-General Fund resources.




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                Neighborhood Tourist Development




                                                                                                                         Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: Neighborhood and Community Services Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Neighborhood Tourist Development Program makes funds available to local not-for-profit neighborhood
organizations with whom the City has contracted to promote Kansas City as an international trade, convention,
visitor, and tourist center through cultural, social, ethnic, historic, educational, and recreational activities.


                                                                     Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2009-10            20010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $           --     $           --   $            --
   Contracts                                                        1,332,548          1,690,000         1,574,178
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                --
                                                       Total $      1,332,548      $   1,690,000    $    1,574,178

Allocation by Fund
   Neighborhood Tourist Development                          $      1,252,548      $   1,690,000    $    1,574,178
   Convention and Tourism                                    $         80,000      $           --   $            --
                                                       Total $      1,332,548      $   1,690,000    $    1,574,178

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $   1,332,548      $   1,690,000    $    1,574,178
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                       Total $      1,332,548      $   1,690,000    $    1,574,178

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --               --                   --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --               --                   --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --               --                   --
                                                       Total                  --               --                   --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects a recalculation of the available resources for the Neighborhood Tourist
Development program, changing from 10% of gross Hotel/Motel Tax Revenue to a calculation net of tax
increment financing payments.




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                                              Performing Arts Center Garage
Convention and Tourism

                         Responsible Division: City Treasurer
                         Outcome: Economic Growth
                         The Performing Arts Center garage will serve patrons to the Convention Center facilities and the new Kaufman
                         Center for the Performing Arts and will continue to facilitate the renaissance of downtown.


                                                                                          Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                         2009-10            20010-11          2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                    $             --   $           --   $            --
                            Contracts                                                              --               --                --
                            Supplies                                                               --               --                --
                            Equipment                                                              --               --                --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                --
                            Debt Service                                                           --         984,000         1,944,000
                                                                             Total $               --   $     984,000    $    1,944,000

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                  $             --   $     984,000    $            --
                            Parking Garage                                                         --               --        1,944,000
                                                                             Total $               --   $     984,000    $    1,944,000

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                             $             --   $     300,000    $              --
                           Grants                                                                  --               --                  --
                           Permits and Fees                                                        --               --                  --
                           Other Revenue                                                           --               --                  --
                                                                             Total $               --   $     300,000    $              --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --               --                  --
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                  --
                                                                             Total                 --               --                  --

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $960,000 in principal retirement and interest expenses for a
                         full year of debt payment. Revenue totaling $300,000 from the Performing Arts Community Improvement District
                         proceeds will not be replicated in FY 2011-12.




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                                          Sprint Center




                                                                                                                     Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: City Treasurer
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Sprint Center provides a world-class venue for sporting events, concerts and other attractions in the Kansas
City metro area.


                                                                   Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            20010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $            --     $            --   $            --
   Contracts                                                              --                  --                --
   Supplies                                                               --                  --                --
   Equipment                                                              --                  --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                  --                --
   Debt Service                                                  13,811,981          13,817,087        13,819,998
   Capital Improvements                                                                       --                --
                                                     Total $     13,811,981      $   13,817,087    $   13,819,998

Allocation by Fund
   Downtown Arena Project                                  $     13,811,981      $   13,817,087    $   13,819,998
                                                     Total $     13,811,981      $   13,817,087    $   13,819,998

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $            --     $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                                  --                  --                --
  Permits and Fees                                               12,772,455          12,505,200        12,955,200
  Other Revenue                                                           --                  --                --
                                                     Total $     12,772,455      $   12,505,200    $   12,955,200

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                     Total                  --                --                --

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the budget.




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Convention and Tourism
                                   Debt Service




                                                                                                       Debt Service
                                                                                                      Debt Service
Department Purpose Statement
The Debt Service Program maintains the City’s ability to incur debt and other long-term obligations
at favorable interest rates in amounts needed for capital improvements, economic development,
and facilities or equipment to provide essential City services.

Desired Community Outcome
Public Infrastructure - Kansas City is adequately and efficiently served with well-planned,
coordinated, and maintained public buildings, water, wastewater, and storm water systems, and
viable roads and bridges.




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               Debt Service
               Organization Chart
Debt Service




                     Citizens of
                    Kansas City




                      Mayor &
                     City Council




                    City Manager




                      Finance
                     Department




                      Treasury


                • Debt Service




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                                            Debt Service
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                             Actual         Adopted         Submitted




                                                                                                          Debt Service
                                                            2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Infrastructure                        $      21,902,656 $    19,557,827 $    25,626,333
                                               Total $      21,902,656 $    19,557,827 $    25,626,333

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $                -- $            -- $            --
        Contracts                                              385,831               --              --
        Supplies                                                     --              --              --
        Equipment                                                    --              --              --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --              --              --
        Debt Service                                        21,516,825      19,557,827      25,626,333
                                              Total $       21,902,656 $    19,557,827 $    25,626,333

Allocation by Fund
        General Debt and Interest                    $      21,120,956 $    18,725,162 $    24,823,993
        Sewer Special Assessment                               728,890         780,450         751,250
        Neighborhood Improvement District GO Bonds              52,810          52,215          51,090
                                               Total $      21,902,656 $    19,557,827 $    25,626,333

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                    $    18,335,875 $    10,680,097 $    18,627,198
      Grants                                                         --              --              --
      Permits and Fees                                               --              --              --
      Other Revenue                                          1,179,790         973,383       1,550,599
                                               Total $      19,515,665 $    11,653,480 $    20,177,797

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                             --              --             --
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                    --              --             --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                 --              --             --
                                               Total                  --              --             --




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                                                     Debt Service
                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Debt Service



                                                                    Actual        Adopted       Submitted
               Outcome     Programs and Activities                 2009-10        2010-11        2011-12

               Public Infrastructure                          $   21,902,656 $   19,557,827 $   25,626,333

                         Debt Service                         $   21,902,656 $   19,557,827 $   25,626,333




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                                             Debt Service
Responsible Division: Treasury
Outcome: Public Infrastructure

The Debt Service Program reflects the City's expenditures for general obligation debt. This debt is backed by




                                                                                                                          Debt Service
the full faith and credit of the City and is used to acquire or replace facilities or equipment to provide essential
City services.

                                                                        Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                       2009-10            2010-11            2011-12

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $             --   $            --    $            --
   Contracts                                                              385,831                 --                 --
   Supplies                                                                     --                --                 --
   Equipment                                                                    --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                        21,516,825        19,557,827         25,626,333
                                                          Total $      21,902,656    $   19,557,827     $   25,626,333

Allocation by Fund
   General Debt and Interest                                      $    21,120,956    $   18,725,162     $   24,823,993
   Sewer Special Assessment                                               728,890           780,450            751,250
   Neighborhood Improvement Dist. Gen. Obligation Bonds                    52,810            52,215             51,090
                                                   Total          $    21,902,656    $   19,557,827     $   25,626,333
Revenue
   Dedicated Tax                                                  $    18,335,875    $   10,680,097     $   18,627,198
   Grants                                                                       --                --                 --
   Permits and Fees                                                             --                --                 --
   Other Revenue                                                        1,179,790           973,383            424,488
                                                   Total          $    19,515,665    $   11,653,480     $   19,051,686




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                                                       Debt Service
               Responsible Division: Treasury
               Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                                                                         Actual          Adopted          Submitted
Debt Service



                                                                        2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
               Allocation by Debt Issuances
                  Property Tax-Supported Issuances
                     Chouteau Bridge (1996)                        $       928,873 $        912,227 $        924,223
                     Public Safety and Zoo Refunding (1998)              6,362,730        3,698,631        2,780,223
                     Neighborhood/Downtown (2003)                        1,328,498        1,376,032        1,438,298
                     Downtown (2004)                                       463,623          480,707          497,473
                     Neighborhood (2004)                                   567,073          587,357          609,073
                     Chouteau Bridge (2004)                                 48,573           49,807           51,873
                                                              Total $    9,699,371 $      7,104,759 $      6,301,165

                 General Fund-Supported Issuances
                   Liberty Memorial (2004)                         $       687,823 $        712,007 $        737,323
                   Zoo (2004)                                              687,823          712,007          737,323
                   Basic Infrastructure (2004)                           4,124,573        4,274,357        4,427,023
                   Liberty Memorial (2007)                                 500,123          500,207          500,223
                   Zoo (2007)                                              275,123          275,207          275,223
                   Basic Infrastructure (2007)                           2,979,373        2,979,457        2,979,473
                   Zoo (2008)                                              541,717          541,894          542,095
                   Basic Infrastructure (2008)                           1,625,028        1,625,269        1,625,839
                   Public Safety Radios (2010)                                   --               --       3,022,681
                   Basic Infrastructure (2011)                                   --               --       3,675,623
                                                              Total $   11,421,585 $     11,620,403 $     18,522,828

                 Special Assessment Issuances
                   SRF Sewer (1997)                                 $     728,890    $     780,450    $     751,250
                                                              Total $     728,890    $     780,450    $     751,250

                 Neighborhood Improvement District
                   Assessment Issuances                            $       52,810    $      52,215    $      51,090

                                                              Total $   21,902,656   $   19,557,827   $   25,626,333


               Changes to the Budget




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                                                                                                  Economic Development
                      Economic Development




                                                                                                   Economic Development
Department Purpose Statement
The Economic Incentives Program promotes the replacement of blight with structural improvements
by returning development tax revenues to developers.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                       Economic Development
Economic Development

                           Organization Chart




                                  Citizens of
                                 Kansas City




                                  Mayor &
                                 City Council




                                City Manager




                                  Finance
                                 Department




                                Development
                                  Finance

                            •	 Super	Tax	Increment	Financing
                            •	 Tax	Increment	Financing	(TIF)




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                                                                                                      Economic Development
                               SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                         Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                        2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                             $    102,283,144 $    29,947,243 $    30,126,572
                                            Total $    102,283,144 $    29,947,243 $    30,126,572

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $              -- $            -- $            --
      Contracts                                         76,831,667       3,800,031         404,774
      Supplies                                                   --              --              --
      Equipment                                                  --              --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --              --              --
      Debt Service                                      25,451,477      26,147,212      29,721,798
                                            Total $    102,283,144 $    29,947,243 $    30,126,572

Allocation by Fund
      General Fund                               $       1,717,200 $             -- $            --
      HOK Sports Garage                                    673,511         689,899         698,483
      Super TIF Americana Hotel                            795,880               --              --
      Super TIF 12th & Wyandotte                         3,334,650       3,330,650       3,583,492
      Super TIF Briarcliff West                          2,791,931               --              --
      Super TIF Brush Creek                                978,663         994,975       1,013,200
      Super TIF Hotel President                            886,086       1,295,938       1,310,528
      Super TIF Hotel Phillips                             713,127               --              --
      Super TIF KC Downtown Redevelopment               16,319,849      16,979,491      15,877,918
      Super TIF Midtown                                  2,958,649       3,837,694       3,880,294
      Super TIF Pershing Road IRS                        6,502,410               --              --
      Super TIF Savoy Bar and Grill                         65,511               --              --
      Super TIF Tower - 909 Walnut                         354,926         593,583         620,544
      Super TIF Union Hill                                  96,437               --              --
      Super TIF Uptown Theater                             286,255         406,492         388,157
      Super TIF Valentine                                   75,900         215,477         322,431
      Super TIF H& R Block                               3,059,519               --              --
      Super TIF Aladdin Hotel                              133,777               --              --
      Super TIF East Village                               693,922       1,603,044       2,431,525
      TIF Special Allocation                            59,844,941               --              --
                                            Total $    102,283,144 $    29,947,243 $    30,126,572

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                              $      88,353,791 $    12,638,867 $    11,723,108
      Grants                                                     --              --              --
      Other Revenue                                      1,332,448       2,094,883       2,336,591
                                            Total $     89,686,239 $    14,733,750 $    14,059,699




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                                                 Economic Development
Economic Development

                                                         SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                 Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                       Outcome     Programs and Activities                      2009-10         2010-11           2011-12

                       Economic Growth                                 $    102,283,144 $       29,947,243 $     30,126,572

                                 Super Tax Increment Financing
                                  12th & Wyandotte/Muehlebach Hotel    $          3,334,650 $     3,330,650 $       3,583,492
                                  Brush Creek/Blue Prkwy/Town Center                978,663         994,975         1,013,200
                                  East Village                                      693,922       1,603,044         2,431,525
                                  HOK Sport Garage                                  673,511         689,899           698,483
                                  Hotel Phillips                                    713,127               --                --
                                  Hotel President                                   886,086       1,295,938         1,310,528
                                  KC Downtown Redevelopment                      16,319,849      16,979,491        15,877,918
                                  Midtown                                         2,958,649       3,837,694         3,880,294
                                  Pershing Road IRS                               6,502,410               --                --
                                  Savoy Bar and Grill                                65,511               --                --
                                  Tower - 909 Walnut                                354,926         593,583           620,544
                                  Union Hill                                        555,330               --                --
                                  Uptown Theater                                    286,255         406,492           388,157
                                  Valentine                                          75,900         215,477           322,431
                                                                 Total $        34,398,789 $     29,947,243 $     30,126,572

                                 Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
                                  11th Street Corridor                 $          4,236,689 $             -- $               --
                                  1200 Main/South Loop                            3,059,519               --                 --
                                  12th Wyandotte Project 4                          133,777               --                 --
                                  13th & Washington                                 246,919               --                 --
                                  19th & Central                                    208,486               --                 --
                                  22nd & Main                                       979,818               --                 --
                                  43rd & Main                                       166,380               --                 --
                                  811 Main                                           54,604               --                 --
                                  87th and Hillcrest                                556,249               --                 --
                                  Americana                                         795,880               --                 --
                                  Baltimore Place                                    41,395               --                 --
                                  Barrytowne                                      1,770,151               --                 --
                                  Blue Ridge Mall                                 2,115,374               --                 --
                                  Briarcliff Project 8-9                          2,182,116               --                 --
                                  Briarcliff West                                 2,853,530               --                 --
                                  Brush Creek Corridor                            2,052,312               --                 --
                                  Chouteau I-35                                     384,256               --                 --
                                  Civic Mall                                      1,150,163               --                 --
                                  Country Club Plaza                              4,146,086               --                 --
                                  Downtown Library                                   61,915               --                 --
                                  Gateway                                           323,985               --                 --
                                  Grand Boulevard                                   862,071               --                 --
                                  Hickman Mills                                   2,974,876               --                 --
                                  Hotel Phillips                                     30,653               --                 --
                                  Jazz District                                      31,597               --                 --




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                                                                                                        Economic Development
                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                       Actual         Adopted          Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                   2009-10         2010-11           2011-12

          TIF (Continued)
           Judicial Square                  $              43,904 $             -- $               --
           KCI Corridor Plan                            3,748,236               --                 --
           New England Bank Building                      139,329               --                 --
           New York Life                                  494,303               --                 --
           North Oak                                      609,815               --                 --
           North Oak 2B                                    29,544               --                 --
           Parvin Road                                  2,195,635               --                 --
           Plaza West Edge                                 44,354               --                 --
           Prospect North                                  88,049               --                 --
           River Market                                   199,072               --                 --
           River Market 2nd Street                         73,804               --                 --
           Santa Fe                                        81,944               --                 --
           Searcy Creek                                   349,621               --                 --
           Shoal Creek                                 15,695,928               --                 --
           South Loop                                     189,189               --                 --
           Southtown Corridor                           5,115,925               --                 --
           Summit                                         294,895               --                 --
           Three Trails                                    14,523               --                 --
           TIF Reserve                                  1,717,200
           Tower Properties                               262,449               --                 --
           Union Hill Project L                            96,437               --                 --
           Universal                                    2,489,100               --                 --
           Walnut Creek                                   149,922               --                 --
           Winchester                                   2,342,376               --                 --
                                       Total $        67,884,355 $              -- $               --

          Department Total                  $    102,283,144 $        29,947,243 $     30,126,572




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                                    Super Tax Increment Financing (STIF)
Economic Development

                       Responsible Division: Development Finance
                       Outcome: Economic Growth

                       Super Tax Increment Financing (STIF) Program promotes and fosters economic prosperity in Kansas City
                       by capturing 100% of all available tax increment revenues and redirecting them to offset redevelopment costs.


                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                   $            --    $            --    $            --
                          Contracts                                                    8,947,312          3,800,031            404,774
                          Supplies                                                             --                 --                 --
                          Equipment                                                            --                 --                 --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --                 --                 --
                          Debt Service                                                25,451,477         26,147,212         29,721,798
                                                                          Total $     34,398,789     $   29,947,243     $   30,126,572

                       Allocation by Fund
                          HOK Sports Garage                                $             673,511     $      689,899     $      698,483
                          Super TIF Pershing Road IRS                                  6,502,410                  --                 --
                          Super TIF Special Allocation                                   555,330                  --                 --
                          Super TIF 12th & Wyandotte                                   3,334,650          3,330,650          3,583,492
                          Super TIF Midtown                                            2,958,649          3,837,694          3,880,294
                          Super TIF Uptown Theater                                       286,255            406,492            388,157
                          Super TIF Valentine                                             75,900            215,477            322,431
                          Super TIF Hotel President                                      886,086          1,295,938          1,310,528
                          Super TIF Hotel Phillips                                       713,127                  --                 --
                          Super TIF Savoy Bar and Grill                                   65,511                  --                 --
                          Super TIF Brush Creek/Blue Parkway/Town Center                 978,663            994,975          1,013,200
                          Super TIF Tower - 909 Walnut                                   354,926            593,583            620,544
                          Super TIF KC Downtown Redevelopment                         16,319,849         16,979,491         15,877,918
                          Super TIF East Village                                         693,922          1,603,044          2,431,525
                                                                     Total $          34,398,789     $   29,947,243     $   30,126,572

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                            $   22,186,636     $   12,638,867     $   11,723,108
                         Grants                                                                --                 --                 --
                         Permits and Fees                                                      --                 --                 --
                         Other Revenue                                                 1,332,448          2,094,883          2,336,591
                                                                          Total $     23,519,084     $   14,733,750     $   14,059,699

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  --                 --                --
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --                 --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --                 --                --
                                                                          Total                 --                 --                --




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                       Tax Increment Financing (TIF)




                                                                                                                      Economic Development
Responsible Division: Development Finance
Outcome: Economic Growth
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) helps redevelop blighted areas by redirecting 50% of all incremental tax revenues
to offset costs of redevelopment.


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $            --     $             --   $           --
   Contracts                                                      67,884,355                    --               --
   Supplies                                                                --                   --               --
   Equipment                                                               --                   --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                   --               --
   Debt Service                                                            --                   --               --
                                                      Total $     67,884,355      $             --   $           --

Allocation by Fund
   General Fund                                               $    1,717,200      $             --   $           --
   TIF Special Allocation                                         59,289,611                    --               --
   Super TIF Americana Hotel                                         795,880                    --               --
   Super TIF Union Hill                                               96,437                    --               --
   Super TIF H&R Block                                             3,059,519                    --               --
   Super TIF Aladdin Hotel                                           133,777                    --               --
   Super TIF Briarcliff West                                       2,791,931                    --               --
                                                      Total $     67,884,355      $             --   $           --

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $   66,167,155      $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                   --                   --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                   --               --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                   --               --
                                                      Total $     66,167,155      $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      --                 --               --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --               --
                                                      Total                  --                 --               --

Changes to the Budget
An agency fund was established in FY 2010-11 Budget to receive and disburse payments in lieu of taxes and
economic activity taxes, and is no longer reported as part of the municipal budget.




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                                        Finance




                                                                                                  Finance
Department Purpose Statement
The Finance Department provides fiduciary guidance, information, and assistance for our
customers.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                                      Finance
                                 Organization Chart
Finance




                                          Citizens of
                                         Kansas City




                                          Mayor &
                                         City Council




                                        City Manager




                                             Finance
                                        Randall Landes
                                         108.0 FTEs




            Finance
                           City Controller               Revenue   Treasury
          Administration




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                                            Finance
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                           Actual        Adopted          Submitted
                                                          2009-10        2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome




                                                                                                        Finance
       Governance                                  $      11,704,327 $   11,569,240 $     11,427,821
                                             Total $      11,704,327 $   11,569,240 $     11,427,821

Allocation by Expense Category
       Salaries and Benefits                       $       8,147,039 $    7,636,442 $      7,151,341
       Contracts                                           3,437,817      3,796,578        4,144,442
       Supplies                                              119,471        136,220          132,038
       Equipment                                                   --             --               --
       Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --             --               --
       Debt Service                                                --             --               --
                                             Total $      11,704,327 $   11,569,240 $     11,427,821

Allocation by Fund
       General                                       $    10,622,093 $   10,277,047 $     10,142,222
       Museum                                                 21,171         23,652           23,561
       Park Maintenance                                      105,682        130,929          130,625
       Boulevard Maintenance                                   5,703          5,711            5,745
       Trafficway Maintenance                                 43,291         53,811           53,551
       Health Levy                                           701,889        833,493          828,106
       Community Centers                                      23,164         32,188           32,485
       General Debt and Interest                             152,444        172,409          171,526
       Revolving Public Improvement                           10,248         10,000           10,000
       Sewer Special Assessment                               17,690         30,000           30,000
       Water                                                     952              --               --
                                             Total $      11,704,327 $   11,569,240 $     11,427,821

Revenue
       Dedicated Tax                                 $            -- $             -- $            --
       Grants                                                     --               --              --
       Permits and Fees                                           --               --              --
       Other Revenue                                         91,300                --        142,257
                                             Total $         91,300 $              -- $      142,257

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                     127.0          112.0             109.0
    Charges to/from other Programs                             (5.0)          (4.0)             (1.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             --             --                --
                                             Total            122.0          108.0             108.0




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                                                        Finance
                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                            Actual           Adopted          Submitted
          Outcome      Programs and Activities                             2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
Finance




          Governance                                                  $   11,704,327 $      11,569,240 $      11,427,821

                    Director's Office                                 $     1,124,960   $      931,174    $     1,079,028

                    Accounts
                       Accounts                                       $     2,344,931   $     2,249,153   $     2,018,050
                       Independent Audit                                      334,059           410,374           429,400
                                                          Total $           2,678,990   $     2,659,527   $     2,447,450

                    City Treasurer
                       Property Tax Assessment and Collection         $     1,802,448   $     2,127,492   $     2,116,972
                       Treasury                                             1,607,636         1,604,815         1,793,537
                                                          Total $           3,410,084   $     3,732,307   $     3,910,509

                    Revenue                                           $     4,490,293   $     4,246,232   $     3,990,834

                    Department Total                                  $   11,704,327 $      11,569,240 $      11,427,821




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                                         Director's Office
Responsible Division: Finance Administration
Outcome: Governance
The Director's Office provides the overall management of financial affairs of the City so that public funds are
equitably collected, effectively leveraged and properly utilized.




                                                                                                                         Finance
                                                                       Actual          Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                                2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
   Economic activity taxes redirected                            $   38,863,720 $      37,188,618 $       42,855,244
   Payment in lieu of taxes redirected                           $   52,892,647 $      54,508,008 $       54,040,531



Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $    1,029,782    $      821,068     $      837,931
   Contracts                                                             92,970           106,506            237,497
   Supplies                                                               2,208             3,600              3,600
   Equipment                                                                  --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --                --                 --
                                                        Total $       1,124,960    $      931,174     $    1,079,028

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $       1,124,960    $      931,174     $    1,079,028
                                                        Total $       1,124,960    $      931,174     $    1,079,028

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $            --   $             --   $             --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                 --
                                                        Total $               --   $             --   $             --

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    9.0                3.0                8.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                              --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                 --
                                                        Total               9.0                3.0                8.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget includes a reorganization of Finance Department personnel and an addition of one
position for 353 administration.




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                                                       Accounts
          Responsible Division: City Controller
          Outcome: Governance
          The Accounts Division provides information to management for decision-making and establishes policy for timely
          and accurate gathering of data so that financial statements are in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
          Principles (GAAP).
Finance




              - Accounts                                               - Independent Audit

                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
          Performance Indicators                                           2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
             Average days to pay an invoice                                  24.0               28.0                28.0

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                     $   2,184,128      $   2,075,843      $    1,818,522
             Contracts                                                       458,565            542,454             587,698
             Supplies                                                         36,297             41,230              41,230
             Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                  --
             Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                               Total $     2,678,990      $   2,659,527      $    2,447,450

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                   $   2,678,990      $   2,659,527      $    2,447,450
             Public Mass Transportation                                            --                 --                  --
             Capital Improvements                                                  --                 --                  --
             General Debt and Interest                                             --                 --                  --
                                                               Total $     2,678,990      $   2,659,527      $    2,447,450

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $            --
            Grants                                                                   --                 --                --
            Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --                --
            Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                --
                                                               Total $               --   $             --   $            --

          Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               33.0              29.0                24.0
            Charges to/from other Programs                                       (3.0)             (3.0)                  --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                  --
                                                               Total             30.0              26.0                24.0

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers one position to the Housing Department, one position to the Neighborhood and
          Community Services Department, and one position to the Office of Management and Budget. An additional
          $19,026 was added for the independent audit contract for BKD, LLP.




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                                           City Treasurer
Responsible Division: Treasury
Outcome: Governance
The Treasury Division provides financial services which minimize risk and maximize value to the City so that the
financial integrity of the City is consistently maintained, and administers all economic incentive reimbursement
activity in the City so that public funds are utilized in an appropriate manner.




                                                                                                                     Finance
                                                                    Actual          Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11             2011-12
   Securities priced at fair market value                           1,470             n/a                1,800
   Parcels billed by City for real property tax                    42,785             n/a               43,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,234,960    $    1,271,427     $    1,390,781
   Contracts                                                       2,159,100         2,453,280          2,503,608
   Supplies                                                           16,024             7,600             16,120
   Equipment                                                               --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
                                                      Total $      3,410,084    $    3,732,307     $    3,910,509

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $   2,327,850    $    2,440,114     $    2,624,910
   Museum                                                             21,171            23,652             23,561
   Park Maintenance                                                  105,682           130,929            130,625
   Boulevard Maintenance                                               5,703             5,711              5,745
   Trafficway Maintenance                                             43,291            53,811             53,551
   Health Levy                                                       701,889           833,493            828,106
   Community Centers                                                  23,164            32,188             32,485
   General Debt and Interest                                         152,444           172,409            171,526
   Revolving Public Improvement                                       10,248            10,000             10,000
   Sewer Special Assessment                                           17,690            30,000             30,000
   Water                                                                 952                 --                 --
                                                      Total $      3,410,084    $    3,732,307     $    3,910,509

Revenue
  Other Revenue                                                       91,300                  --         142,257
                                                      Total $         91,300    $             --   $     142,257

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                20.0              23.0               20.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                        (2.0)             (1.0)              (1.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                 --
                                                      Total             18.0              22.0               19.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget restores funds to address operational needs within Treasury.




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                                                         Revenue
          Responsible Division: Revenue
          Outcome: Governance
          The Revenue Division provides information on City tax policies and ensures compliance with the City's tax and
          licensing ordinances so that public funds are equitably collected.
Finance




                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
          Performance Indicators                                             2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
             Average days to identify taxpayers filing (weighted ave)          169                100                 60

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                      $    3,698,169      $   3,468,104      $    3,104,107
             Contracts                                                         727,182            694,338             815,639
             Supplies                                                           64,942             83,790              71,088
             Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
             Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                                Total $      4,490,293      $   4,246,232      $    3,990,834

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                  $      4,490,293      $   4,246,232      $    3,990,834
                                                                Total $      4,490,293      $   4,246,232      $    3,990,834

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $             --
            Grants                                                                     --                 --                 --
            Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                 --
            Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                                Total $                --   $             --   $             --

          Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 65.0              57.0                57.0
            Charges to/from other Programs                                            --                --                  --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                                Total              65.0              57.0                57.0

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2011-12 Budget restores funds to pay the City's collection agency fees related to tax collections and for
          "keying" paper W-2 forms.




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                                             Fire




                                                                                                         Fire
Department Purpose Statement
The Fire Department protects and serves the community by providing emergency and non-
emergency responses to fire, sudden medical emergencies, and other potentially dangerous
situations.

Desired Community Outcome
Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest urban
centers in the United States.




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                                                        Fire
                                            Organization Chart




                                                         Citizens of
                                                        Kansas City
Fire




                                                        Mayor and
                                                        City Council




                                                     City Manager




                                                            Fire
                                                        Richard Dyer
                                                        1,370.3 FTEs




                                   Office of the                            Technical
                                    Fire Chief                              Services
                                                                             Bureau
                              • Administration                         • Fire Alarm & Communications
                              • Facility Improvements                  • Fire Equipment
                                                                       • Fire Fleet




          Emergency                                     Community            Professional               Special
                               Hazardous
           Medical                                       Services            Development               Operations
                                Materials
           Services                                      Bureau                Bureau                   Bureau
       • Ambulance Services                        • Fire Prevention        • Training          • Facilities Maintenance
                                                                                                • Firefighting Force




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                                              KCFD
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                           2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Safety                               $ 112,090,006        $ 128,949,373     $ 131,886,203
                                              Total $ 112,090,006        $ 128,949,373     $ 131,886,203




                                                                                                             Fire
Allocation by Expense Category
    Salaries and Benefits                              83,519,250
                                                       $                 $ 105,213,676     $ 108,177,038
    Contracts                                          10,104,634           13,678,048        13,816,598
    Supplies                                            1,889,160            3,752,623         3,842,223
    Equipment                                           2,497,223            2,380,000         1,880,000
    Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            11,000,000                    --                --
    Debt Service                                        2,870,954            3,291,642         3,670,344
    Capital Improvements                                  208,785              633,384           500,000
                                              Total $ 112,090,006        $ 128,949,373     $ 131,886,203

Allocation by Fund
    General                                            82,191,211
                                                       $                 $  83,235,199     $  84,517,393
    Ambulance Services                                          --          27,334,987        29,303,078
    Fire Sales Tax                                     17,398,795           16,874,187        17,060,732
    Public Safety Sales Tax                             1,500,000            1,500,000         1,000,000
    Health Levy                                        11,000,000                    --                --
    Police Drug Enforcement                                     --               5,000             5,000
                                              Total $ 112,090,006        $ 128,949,373     $ 131,886,203

Revenue
    Dedicated Tax                                      $   29,898,795    $   18,374,187    $   18,060,732
    Grants                                                          --            5,000             5,000
    Permits and Fees                                        1,171,509        18,704,982        20,887,112
    Other Revenue                                           7,378,607         7,536,334         7,724,780
                                              Total $      38,448,911    $   44,620,503    $   46,677,624

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                     1,001.9           1,328.9           1,367.9
    Charges to/from Other Departments                             1.4               2.4               2.4
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                               --                --                --
                                              Total           1,003.3           1,331.3           1,370.3




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                                                   KCFD
                                              SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                              Actual         Adopted         Submitted
       Outcome     Programs and Activities                   2009-10         2010-11          2011-12

       Public Safety                                   $ 112,090,006 $ 128,949,373 $ 131,886,203
Fire




                 Office of the Fire Chief               $      931,535 $      1,138,068 $      1,178,612

                 Administrative Services
                   Human Resources                      $      492,526 $        489,878 $        561,870
                   Financial Services                          403,688        1,946,380        2,098,193
                   Retirees' Health Benefit                        600              600        1,080,600
                                                  Total $       896,814 $      2,436,858 $      3,740,663

                 Community Services
                   Community Services Bureau            $       334,763 $       334,260 $        353,466
                   Fire Marshal                                 655,372         628,935          657,293
                   Fire Investigations                          333,258         339,477          364,705
                   Fire Inspections                           1,297,841       1,187,674        1,223,001
                   Fire Education                                91,977         173,082          184,081
                   COMBAT Grant                                      --           5,000            5,000
                                                  Total $     2,713,211 $     2,668,428 $      2,787,546

                 Emergency Medical Services             $    12,741,815 $     2,448,989 $      1,598,992

                 Emergency Operations
                   Fire Fighting Force                  $    76,856,572 $    77,595,718 $     83,971,702
                   Special Operations Bureau                    485,378         477,345          601,593
                   EMS Operations                                     --     15,375,945       11,202,245
                                                  Total $    77,341,950 $    93,449,008 $     95,775,540

                 Fleet Operations
                    Fire Apparatus Replacement          $     2,870,954 $     2,816,073 $      3,030,694
                    Maintenance and Repair                    2,105,745       6,753,425        5,267,440
                                                  Total $      4,976,699 $     9,569,498 $      8,298,134




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                                                 KCFD
                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                             Actual        Adopted        Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                         2009-10        2010-11         2011-12

          Professional Development
            Emergency Medical Training           $             629,805 $      195,000 $       195,000
            Field Training                                           --             --        199,477




                                                                                                        Fire
            EMS Training                                             --             --        215,573
            Fire Safety                                              --             --        201,885
            Firefighting Training                            1,013,900      1,013,428         978,096
            Professional Development Bureau                    287,182        284,188         198,484
            Clinical and Training                                    --     1,284,375         577,004
            Records Management System                           96,331         99,758         103,252
                                           Total $           2,027,218 $    2,876,749 $     2,668,771

          Special Operations
            Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting        $       2,848,338 $    2,791,536 $     2,867,241
            Hazardous Materials Team                         2,066,001      2,086,622       2,192,737
                                                Total $      4,914,339 $    4,878,158 $     5,059,978

          Technical Services Bureau
            Fire Station Facility Maintenance       $        1,208,549 $      994,918 $       994,918
            Technical Services Bureau                          265,715        312,605         388,388
            Computer Aided Dispatch Operations                 565,461        560,331         113,594
            Fire Equipment                                   1,236,168      1,419,604       1,501,988
            Eastwood Facility Debt                                   --       475,569         639,650
            Communications                                   1,930,763      4,956,087       1,403,011
            Logistics                                          130,984        131,119       4,995,325
            IT Systems                                               --             --        241,093
                                              Total $        5,337,640 $    8,850,233 $    10,277,967

          Capital Improvements                       $        208,785 $      633,384 $       500,000

          Department Total                           $ 112,090,006 $ 128,949,373 $ 131,886,203




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                                        Office of the Fire Chief
       Responsible Division: Office of the Fire Chief
       Outcome: Public Safety
       The Fire Chief is the highest uniformed position within KCFD and is responsible for the delivery of services
       to the community.

           - Office of the Fire Chief

                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Fire




                                                                           2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                       $      428,608      $     423,121      $      424,117
          Contracts                                                          501,228            713,247             752,795
          Supplies                                                             1,699              1,700               1,700
          Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                  --
          Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                              Total $        931,535      $   1,138,068      $    1,178,612

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                   $        931,535      $   1,138,068      $    1,178,612
                                                              Total $        931,535      $   1,138,068      $    1,178,612

       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $            --
         Grants                                                                      --                 --                --
         Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                --
         Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                --
                                                              Total $                --   $             --   $            --

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    3.0               3.0                 3.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                          --                --                  --
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                  --
                                                              Total               3.0               3.0                 3.0

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                              Administrative Services
Responsible Division: Office of the Fire Chief
Outcome: Public Safety
Administration provides leadership, coordination, and support services to the Fire Department so the community
receives efficient, effective, and caring service delivery.

    - Human Resources                                          - Financial Services

                                                                    Actual            Adopted          Submitted




                                                                                                                     Fire
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     585,513     $    1,812,427    $    3,084,280
   Contracts                                                         308,099            621,231           653,183
   Supplies                                                            3,202              3,200             3,200
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --                 --                --
                                                       Total $       896,814     $    2,436,858    $    3,740,663

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $     731,814     $      704,574    $    1,824,200
   Ambulance Services                                                      --         1,567,284         1,751,463
   Fire Sales Tax                                                    165,000            165,000           165,000
                                                       Total $       896,814     $    2,436,858    $    3,740,663

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $     165,000     $     165,000     $     165,000
  Grants                                                                   --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                --                --
                                                       Total $       165,000     $     165,000     $     165,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   8.0              26.0              35.0
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                         --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                       Total              8.0              26.0              35.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the Fire
Department. Additionally, $1,080,000 is included for a monthly retiree health subsidy to be paid to all retired
members of the firefighters pension system.




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                                          Community Services
       Responsible Division: Community Services Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety
       Fire Prevention in the Community Services Bureau provides required fire hazard inspections, public
       information through effective communication, and community services to contribute to a safer community.

           - Community Services Bureau                              - Fire Investigations
           - Fire Inspections                                       - Fire Prevention Administration
Fire




                                                                          Actual          Adopted           Submitted
       Performance Indicators                                            2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
         Fire fatalities in inspected buildings                             1             no target          no target
         Fire investigations                                              1,230           no target          no target
         Fire inspections                                                   n/a            15,000             15,000

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                     $    2,360,207    $   2,274,047     $    2,340,178
          Contracts                                                        194,589          196,279            249,266
          Supplies                                                          72,108           58,102             58,102
          Equipment                                                         86,307          140,000            140,000
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                 --
          Debt Service                                                           --               --                 --
          Capital Improvements                                                   --               --                 --
                                                            Total $      2,713,211    $   2,668,428     $    2,787,546

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                   $    2,578,907    $   2,475,428     $    2,594,546
          Fire Sales Tax                                                   134,304          188,000            188,000
          Police Drug Enforcement                                                --           5,000              5,000
                                                            Total $      2,713,211    $   2,668,428     $    2,787,546

       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                              $      134,304    $     188,000     $      188,000
         Grants                                                                  --           5,000              5,000
         Permits and Fees                                                  909,900        1,043,800          1,043,800
         Other Revenue                                                           --               --                 --
                                                            Total $      1,044,204    $   1,236,800     $    1,236,800

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                30.0              28.0              28.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                       --                --                --
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                --
                                                            Total             30.0              28.0              28.0

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                       Emergency Medical Services
Responsible Division: Emergency Medical Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
Ambulance Services Program provides optimum emergency pre-hospital care and transport to citizens and
guests of Kansas City.

                                                                  Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                                                                 2009-10         2010-11           2011-12




                                                                                                                Fire
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $      155,711 $     1,034,839 $        570,571
   Contracts                                                         80,446       1,365,850          980,121
   Supplies                                                           5,658          48,300           48,300
   Equipment                                                      1,500,000               --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       11,000,000               --               --
   Debt Service                                                           --              --               --
                                                     Total $     12,741,815 $     2,448,989 $      1,598,992

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $      241,815 $             -- $             --
   Ambulance Services Fund                                                --      2,448,989        1,598,992
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                        1,500,000               --               --
   Health Levy                                                   11,000,000               --               --
                                                     Total $     12,741,815 $     2,448,989 $      1,598,992

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $   12,500,000 $              -- $            --
  Grants                                                                  --               --              --
  Permits and Fees                                                        --               --              --
  Other Revenue                                                           --               --              --
                                                     Total $     12,500,000 $              -- $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --          16.0              7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --             --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --             --               --
                                                     Total                 --          16.0              7.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the
Fire Department.




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                                     Emergency Operations
       Responsible Division: Emergency Operations Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety
       Emergency Operations deploys personnel and equipment to fires, sudden medical emergencies, and other
       dangerous situations so that loss of life and property is minimized.

          -   Fire Fighting Force                                      -       EMS Operations
          -   Special Operations Bureau
Fire




                                                                                  Actual          Adopted        Submitted
       Performance Indicators                                                    2009-10          2010-11         2011-12
         Fire-related incidents                                                   2,082           no target       no target
         System response (% in <6 minutes): structure fires                        n/a              85%             85%
         System response (% in <6 minutes): cardiac arrest                         n/a              85%             85%

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                            $    71,316,296    $   86,286,131 $   88,271,460
          Contracts                                                              5,536,837         5,738,606      6,079,809
          Supplies                                                                 146,094         1,424,271      1,424,271
          Equipment                                                                342,723                 --             --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                        --                --             --
          Debt Service                                                                   --                --             --
                                                               Total $          77,341,950    $   93,449,008 $   95,775,540

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                          $    65,158,618    $   67,071,422 $   67,120,784
          Ambulance Services                                                             --       15,375,945     17,653,115
          Fire Sales Tax                                                        12,183,332        11,001,641     11,001,641
                                                               Total $          77,341,950    $   93,449,008 $   95,775,540

       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                     $    12,183,332    $   11,001,641 $   11,001,641
         Grants                                                                          --                --             --
         Permits and Fees                                                          254,475        17,656,182     19,838,312
         Other Revenue                                                                   --          515,762        515,762
                                                               Total $          12,437,807    $   29,173,585 $   31,355,715

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       867.0           1,084.0        1,125.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                               --              1.0            1.0
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --                --             --
                                                               Total                 867.0           1,085.0        1,126.0

       Changes to the Budget
       The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the
       Fire Department.




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                                      Fleet Operations
Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Fire Fleet Program provides replacement, maintenance and repair of fire apparatus, vehicles and equipment
to ensure a timely and efficient delivery of emergency services to the community.

    - Maintenance and Repair                                  - Fleet Apparatus Replacement

                                                                    Actual           Adopted          Submitted




                                                                                                                     Fire
                                                                   2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $       62,911     $   1,631,453    $      667,417
   Contracts                                                       1,231,836         2,244,135         2,222,186
   Supplies                                                          810,998         1,377,837         1,377,837
   Equipment                                                               --        1,500,000         1,000,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                    2,870,954         2,816,073         3,030,694
                                                      Total $      4,976,699     $   9,569,498    $    8,298,134

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $    2,105,745     $   2,150,989    $    1,603,856
   Ambulance Services                                                      --        3,102,436         2,213,584
   Fire Sales Tax                                                  2,870,954         2,816,073         3,480,694
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                 --        1,500,000         1,000,000
                                                      Total $      4,976,699     $   9,569,498    $    8,298,134

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $    2,870,954     $   4,316,073    $    4,480,694
  Grants                                                                   --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                --                --
                                                      Total $      2,870,954     $   4,316,073    $    4,480,694

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   1.0             25.0                7.0
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                         --               --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                 --
                                                      Total               1.0             25.0                7.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the Fire
Department. Additionally, $404,366 is included for the lease purchase to rebuild fire vehicles from the Fire Sales
Tax. The renewal of the Public Safety Sales Tax program reduced the allocation for ambulance vehicles from $1.5
million to $1 million.




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                                 Professional Development
       Responsible Division: Professional Development Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety
       The Professional Development Bureau oversees the training and overall progression of Kansas City
       emergency personnel in order to provide in-depth training to produce skilled emergency responders.


          - Emergency Medical Training                              - Firefighting Training
          - Records Management System Training                      - Professional Development Bureau
Fire




          - Fire Safety

                                                                         Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                        2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                     $    1,579,464    $   2,382,557     $    2,117,203
          Contracts                                                        353,506          455,167            512,543
          Supplies                                                          94,248           39,025             39,025
          Equipment                                                              --               --                 --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                 --
          Debt Service                                                           --               --                 --
                                                            Total $      2,027,218    $   2,876,749     $    2,668,771

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                   $    1,741,504    $   1,297,616     $    1,397,076
          Ambulance Services                                                     --       1,284,375            974,892
          Fire Sales Tax                                                   285,714          294,758            296,803
                                                            Total $      2,027,218    $   2,876,749     $    2,668,771

       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                              $      285,714    $     294,758     $      296,803
         Grants                                                                  --               --                 --
         Permits and Fees                                                        --               --                 --
         Other Revenue                                                   3,016,910        2,791,536          2,854,509
                                                            Total $      3,302,624    $   3,086,294     $    3,151,312

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                16.0              31.0              24.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                       --                --                --
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                --
                                                            Total             16.0              31.0              24.0

       Changes to the Budget
       The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the
       Fire Department.




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                                   Special Operations
Responsible Division: Special Operations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Special Operations Bureau responds to more specialized issues, including airport rescue firefighting,
hazardous materials incidents, and various rescue efforts.

    - Fire Fighting Force-KCI                                 - Hazardous Materials Team

                                                                    Actual           Adopted           Submitted




                                                                                                                     Fire
Perforance Indicators                                              2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
  HazMat incidents                                                  1,300            no target          no target

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $    4,636,115     $   4,570,698     $    4,593,589
   Contracts                                                         183,801           224,090            383,019
   Supplies                                                           94,423            83,370             83,370
   Equipment                                                               --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
                                                      Total $      4,914,339     $   4,878,158     $    5,059,978

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $      4,914,339     $   4,878,158     $    5,059,978
                                                      Total $      4,914,339     $   4,878,158     $    5,059,978

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $            --    $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                                   --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                     7,134             5,000              5,000
  Other Revenue                                                    4,361,697         4,229,036          4,354,509
                                                      Total $      4,368,831     $   4,234,036     $    4,359,509

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  48.0              48.0              48.0
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                         --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                      Total              48.0              48.0              48.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                 Technical Services Bureau
       Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety
       The Technical Services Bureau is responsible for all information technology, communications, and
       technical issues so responses to the community will be timely.

          -   Technical Services Bureau                             -       Communications
          -   Logistics                                             -       Fire Station Operations
Fire




          -   Fire Equipment

                                                                               Actual           Adopted           Submitted
       Performance Indicators                                                 2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
         Customer service contacts                                            654,693           no target          no target

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                         $     2,394,425     $   4,798,403     $    6,108,223
          Contracts                                                           1,714,292         2,119,443          1,983,676
          Supplies                                                              660,730           716,818            806,418
          Equipment                                                             568,193           740,000            740,000
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                --                 --
          Debt Service                                                                --          475,569            639,650
                                                            Total $           5,337,640     $   8,850,233     $   10,277,967

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                       $     3,786,934     $   3,518,944     $    3,738,341
          Ambulance Services                                                          --        3,555,958          5,111,032
          Fire Sales Tax                                                      1,550,706         1,775,331          1,428,594
                                                            Total $           5,337,640     $   8,850,233     $   10,277,967

       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                  $     1,550,706     $   1,775,331     $    1,428,594
         Grants                                                                       --                --                 --
         Permits and Fees                                                             --                --                 --
         Other Revenue                                                                --                --                 --
                                                            Total $           1,550,706     $   1,775,331     $    1,428,594

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      28.9              67.9              90.9
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                           1.4               1.4               1.4
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                --
                                                            Total                   30.3              69.3              92.3

       Changes to the Budget
       The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the continued integration of the former MAST ambulance service with the
       Fire Department. Additionally, $100,000 is included for modifications to the Ctrix computer system.




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                               Capital Improvements
Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $          --      $          --      $           --




                                                                                                                    Fire
   Contracts                                                            --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                             --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                            --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                         --                 --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                           208,785            633,384             500,000
                                                     Total $      208,785       $    633,384       $     500,000

Allocation by Fund
   Fire Sales Tax                                                 208,785            633,384             500,000
                                                     Total $      208,785       $    633,384       $     500,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $    208,785       $    633,384       $     500,000
  Grants                                                                --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                      --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                         --                 --                  --
                                                     Total $      208,785       $    633,384       $     500,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --               --
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                        --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --               --
                                                     Total                 --                 --               --

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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Fire
                              General Services




                                                                                                     General Services
                                                                                                      General Services
Department Purpose Statement
General Services provides support services for City departments in an efficient and cost-effective
manner so that departments can focus their energies on core service delivery.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.

Public Infrastructure - Kansas City is adequately and efficiently served with well-planned,
coordinated, and maintained public buildings, water, wastewater, and stormwater systems, and
viable roads and bridges.




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                                            General Services
                                                  Organization Chart
General Services




                                                        Citizens of
                                                       Kansas City




                                                        Mayor &
                                                       City Council




                                                      City Manager




                                                        General
                                                        Services
                                                       Gerald Smith
                                                        80.1 FTEs




                                        Citywide                       Corporate
                                                                                        Facility Services
                   Administration        Security                       Safety
                                                                                         Management
                                       Management                     Management




                      Fleet         Procurement        Real Estate          Records          Risk
                   Management         Services          Services           Management     Management




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                                   General Services
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                      General Services
                                                          Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                         2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                   $      2,240,930 $    2,491,750 $    2,293,204
      Public Infrastructure                              17,602,737     22,702,490     23,278,112
                                           Total $       19,843,667 $   25,194,240 $   25,571,316

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                        $      4,747,795 $    4,808,953 $    5,234,798
      Contracts                                           9,374,700      7,040,129      6,351,799
      Supplies                                              279,524        454,101        479,101
      Equipment                                              35,283              --        35,000
      Debt Service                                        4,012,628      6,191,057      7,245,618
      Capital Maintenance                                         --     6,700,000      6,225,000
      Capital Improvements                                1,393,737              --             --
                                           Total $       19,843,667 $   25,194,240 $   25,571,316

Allocation by Fund
      General                                      $     14,651,200 $   17,451,379 $   17,962,883
      Parking Garage                                        111,522              --             --
      Convention and Tourism                                357,394              --             --
      Fire Sales Tax                                              --       500,000        500,000
      Capital Improvements                                4,723,551      7,242,861      7,108,433
                                           Total $       19,843,667 $   25,194,240 $   25,571,316

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $      5,018,045 $    7,742,861 $     7,208,433
      Grants                                                      --             --              --
      Permits and Fees                                      111,522              --              --
      Other Revenue                                       1,619,755      1,684,496       2,022,550
                                           Total $        6,749,322 $    9,427,357 $     9,230,983

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       73.0          77.0             81.0
   Charges to/from other Programs                             (12.1)         (0.9)            (0.9)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --         (5.0)               --
                                           Total               60.9          71.1             80.1




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                                                       General Services
                                                        SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
General Services



                                                                                 Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                   Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2009-10            2010-11            2011-12

                   Public Infrastructure                                   $   17,602,737 $       22,702,490 $       23,278,112

                             Administration                                $      468,511     $      481,780     $      496,155

                             18th and Vine
                                American Jazz Museum                       $       550,000    $       525,000    $       525,000
                                18th and Vine Museums                              533,580            494,285            624,219
                                                                  Total $        1,083,580    $     1,019,285    $     1,149,219

                             City Market
                                City Market Operations                     $       179,253    $       188,446    $             --
                                City Market MDFB Debt                            1,378,083          1,042,861          1,433,433
                                City Market Capital Maintenance                          --                 --                 --
                                                                  Total $        1,557,336    $     1,231,307    $     1,433,433

                             City Property Management                      $      270,903     $      327,595     $      303,223

                             Facilities Management
                               Johnson Controls Debt                    $          343,638    $       343,644    $       143,186
                               Building Maintenance                              4,177,095          5,456,173          5,507,699
                               City Hall Security                                  849,012            849,004            849,004
                               58th & Troost Facility                               21,840             26,200             26,200
                               Fixed Plant Operations                            3,789,890          5,062,500          5,512,500
                               11th and Oak Fitness Center                         111,522            150,000            150,000
                               Municipal Service Center Operations                 809,133            886,524            887,158
                               Robert J Mohart Multi-Purpose Center                268,864            265,521            274,855
                               Swope Parkway Building                              166,775            160,905            163,981
                                                                  Total $       10,537,769    $    13,200,471    $    13,514,583

                             Fleet Acquisition
                                Vehicle Lease Payment                      $     2,247,734    $     4,637,600    $     5,500,000
                                Fuel Management System                              43,167            166,952            168,999
                                                                  Total $        2,290,901    $     4,804,552    $     5,668,999

                             Capital Improvements                          $     1,393,737    $     1,637,500    $      712,500




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                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME




                                                                                                         General Services
                                                         Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                     2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

Governance                                       $      2,240,930 $       2,491,750 $       2,293,204

          Office Copier and Mail Services
             Office Copiers                      $        418,548    $      574,161    $       25,000
             Mail and Storeroom Services                   63,738            15,920             3,020
                                            Total $       482,286    $      590,081    $       28,020

          Procurement
             Purchasing                          $       1,154,536   $     1,224,404   $     1,600,952
             Surplus Property Management                   170,837           256,105           245,153
                                            Total $      1,325,373   $     1,480,509   $     1,846,105

          Records Management                     $        316,178    $      333,160    $      331,079

          Workforce Safety                       $        117,093    $       88,000    $       88,000

          Department Total                       $     19,843,667 $      25,194,240 $      25,571,316




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                                                             Administration
                   Responsible Division: Administration
General Services


                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                   Administration provides planning and management services for the City-wide internal services so that City
                   services can be handled efficiently and appropriately.

                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                      $      419,415      $    446,707       $     430,390
                      Contracts                                                          44,710            32,673              63,365
                      Supplies                                                            4,386             2,400               2,400
                      Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                                    --                --                  --
                                                                         Total $        468,511      $    481,780       $     496,155

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                  $        468,511      $    481,780       $     496,155
                                                                         Total $        468,511      $    481,780       $     496,155

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $           --
                     Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
                     Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
                     Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                                         Total $                --   $             --   $           --
                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   6.0               6.0                 6.0
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                         (0.9)             (0.9)               (0.9)
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                                         Total               5.1               5.1                 5.1

                   Changes to the Budget
                   There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                               18th & Vine Museums
Responsible Division: Facility Services Management




                                                                                                                     General Services
Outcome: Public Infrastructure
This division is responsible for the management and operation of museums at 18th & Vine.

    - Negro League Baseball Museum                           - American Jazz Museum

                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                     1,065,830          1,014,485           1,144,419
   Supplies                                                         17,750              4,800               4,800
   Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                  --                 --                  --
                                                     Total $     1,083,580      $   1,019,285      $    1,149,219

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $   1,067,822      $   1,019,285      $    1,149,219
   Capital Improvements                                             15,758                  --                  --
                                                     Total $     1,083,580      $   1,019,285      $    1,149,219

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $      15,758      $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                 --                   --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --                   --                --
  Other Revenue                                                          --                   --                --
                                                     Total $        15,758      $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --                --
  Charges to/from other Programs                                           --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                     Total                 --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget maintains the same level of funding for the American Jazz Museum at $525,000. Funding
of $130,000 is added to retain the services of the Downtown Community Improvement District Ambassadors
to maintain the 18th and Vine area as a safe and clean place to live, work and visit.




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                                                  City Market Operations
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
General Services


                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                   This division is responsible for the management, operation, and security of the City Market buildings.

                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                       2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                        $           --     $           --     $            --
                      Contracts                                                          179,158            188,446                   --
                      Supplies                                                                95                  --                  --
                      Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                     1,378,083          1,042,861           1,433,433
                      Capital Maintenance                                                      --                 --                  --
                                                                           Total $     1,557,336      $   1,231,307      $    1,433,433

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                      $     179,253      $     188,446      $            --
                      Infrastructure and Maintenance                                           --                 --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                             1,378,083          1,042,861           1,433,433
                                                                           Total $     1,557,336      $   1,231,307      $    1,433,433

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                 $   1,378,083      $   1,042,861      $    1,433,433
                     Grants                                                                    --                 --                  --
                     Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                  --
                     Other Revenue                                                       179,158            188,446              20,000
                                                                           Total $     1,557,241      $   1,231,307      $    1,453,433

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --                 --                --
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                              --                 --                --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                                           Total                 --                 --                --

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $392,472 in the MDFB debt interest and principal repayment
                   amounts.




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                          City Property Management
Responsible Division: Real Estate Services




                                                                                                                    General Services
Outcome: Public Infrastructure
City Property Management maintains and disposes of surplus property so that City-owned buildings are effectively
managed.

                                                                   Actual            Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                            2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
  Revenue from surplus properties sold                              n/a             $ 600,000         $ 600,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $     199,991     $     194,789     $     140,194
   Contracts                                                         66,534           132,006           137,229
   Supplies                                                           4,378               800            25,800
   Equipment                                                              --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                   --                --                --
                                                      Total $       270,903     $     327,595     $     303,223

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $       270,903     $     327,595     $     303,223
                                                      Total $       270,903     $     327,595     $     303,223

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $           --    $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                                  --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                        --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                     942,555          1,125,000         1,125,000
                                                      Total $       942,555     $    1,125,000    $    1,125,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  2.0               2.0               2.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                           --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                --
                                                      Total              2.0               2.0               2.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget includes $25,000 for maintenance of new real estate management system.




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                                                    Facilities Management
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
General Services


                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                   Facilities Management maintains and operates public buildings to ensure the facilities are safe, efficient and clean.

                       -   Building Maintenance                                       -   Capital Maintenance
                       -   Municipal Service Center                                   -   Facility Climate Control Debt
                       -   11th and Oak Fitness Center                                -   Swope Parkway Building
                       -   Robert J Mohart Multi-Purpose Center                       -   58th and Troost Facility

                                                                                             Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                   Performance Indicators                                                   2009-10             2010-11           2011-12
                     Average days to complete on-demand work request                           n/a                 n/a               5
                     Percentage of Preventative Maintenances completed                         n/a                 n/a              50%
                     Total kBtu/GSF consumption of utilities                                  638                  n/a              638
                     Total sq ft of portfolio in Enterprise Sustainability Platform        1,357,221           1,357,221         1,557,221

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                           $     2,586,810      $    2,606,076    $    2,783,946
                      Contracts                                                             7,334,624           4,755,410         4,642,110
                      Supplies                                                                237,408             432,841           432,841
                      Equipment                                                                35,283                   --                --
                      Debt Service                                                            343,644             343,644           143,186
                      Capital Maintenance                                                           --          5,062,500         5,512,500
                                                                             Total $       10,537,769      $   13,200,471    $   13,514,583

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                         $     7,929,160      $    8,137,971    $    8,052,083
                      Parking Garage                                                          111,522                   --                --
                      Convention and Tourism                                                  294,494                   --                --
                      Fire Sales Tax                                                                --            500,000           500,000
                      Capital Improvements                                                  2,202,593           4,562,500         4,962,500
                                                                             Total $       10,537,769      $   13,200,471    $   13,514,583

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                    $      2,497,087     $    5,062,500    $    5,062,500
                     Grants                                                                          --                 --                --
                     Permits and Fees                                                          111,522                  --                --
                     Other Revenue                                                             275,297            150,000           555,000
                                                                             Total $         2,883,906     $    5,212,500    $    5,617,500

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         41.0              42.0              44.0
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                               (11.2)                --                --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                --             (2.0)                --
                                                                             Total                 29.8              40.0              44.0

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2011-12 Budget increases funding for municipal building maintenance by $300,000 for a total of
                   $4,912,500. An additional $50,000 is allocated for Public Art maintenance. The funding for fire station capital
                   maintenance is maintained at $500,000 from the Fire Sales Tax Fund.




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                                      Fleet Acquisition
Responsible Division: Fleet Management




                                                                                                                          General Services
Outcome: Public Infrastructure
Fleet Acquisition provides funds for vehicle replacement.


                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                      2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                                   --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                       2,290,901          4,804,552           5,668,999
   Capital Improvements                                                       --                 --                  --
                                                       Total $        2,290,901      $   4,804,552      $    5,668,999

Allocation by Fund
   General Fund                                              $        2,290,901      $   4,804,552      $    5,668,999
                                                       Total $        2,290,901      $   4,804,552      $    5,668,999

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                        --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                       Total $                  --   $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         --                 --                --
  Charges to/from other Programs                                                --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                --
                                                       Total                    --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers $450,000 from the Solid Waste curbside recycling program to pay debt service
on the new trucks acquired for this purpose. An additional $414,000 is allocated to continue efforts to improve
the condition of the City's fleet.




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                                                  Capital Improvements
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
General Services


                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                          2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                           $           --     $           --     $           --
                      Contracts                                                   --                 --                 --
                      Supplies                                                    --                 --                 --
                      Equipment                                                   --                 --                 --
                      Debt Service                                                --                 --                 --
                      Capital Maintenance                                 1,393,737          1,637,500            712,500
                                                              Total $     1,393,737      $   1,637,500      $     712,500

                   Allocation by Projects
                      KC Museum HVAC                                  $           --     $   1,000,000      $           --
                      Convention Center                                      62,900                  --                 --
                      Project Master Template                                     --                 --           150,000
                      Gem Theater                                                 --            75,000                  --
                      Energy Efficiency and upgrades                              --           562,500            562,500
                      Jazz Museum/18th and Vine                              72,766                  --                 --
                      KC Business Center                                     44,883                  --                 --
                      Bartle Hall-North Dock                                 17,171                  --                 --
                      Mohart Center Phase III                               978,769                  --                 --
                      MCI Demolition                                        182,837                  --                 --
                      Neighborhood Preservation                              33,657                  --                 --
                      City Hall                                                 754                  --                 --
                                                              Total $     1,393,737      $   1,637,500      $     712,500

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                         $     203,720      $           --     $           --
                      Convention and Tourism                                 62,900                  --                 --
                      Capital Improvements                                1,127,117          1,637,500            712,500
                                                              Total $     1,393,737      $   1,637,500      $     712,500

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                    $   1,127,117      $   1,637,500      $     712,500
                     Grants                                                       --                 --                 --
                     Permits and Fees                                             --                 --                 --
                     Other Revenue                                                --                 --                 --
                                                              Total $     1,127,117      $   1,637,500      $     712,500

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          --                 --               --
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                 --                 --               --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --                 --               --
                                                              Total                 --                 --               --




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                       Office Copier and Mail Services
Responsible Division: Procurement Services




                                                                                                                      General Services
Outcome: Governance
Office Copiers and Mail Services provides copiers and mail services to City departments at a reasonable cost.

    - Office Copiers                                           - Mailroom Services

                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $           --     $          --      $           --
   Contracts                                                         480,699           588,341              26,280
   Supplies                                                            1,587             1,740               1,740
   Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                    --                --                  --
                                                      Total $        482,286      $    590,081       $      28,020

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $        482,286      $    590,081       $      28,020
                                                      Total $        482,286      $    590,081       $      28,020

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                      Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      --                 --               --
  Charges to/from other Programs                                             --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --               --
                                                      Total                  --                 --               --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget allocates copier charges to departmental budgets based on actual usage.




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                                                             Procurement
                   Responsible Division: Procurement Services
General Services


                   Outcome: Governance
                   The Purchases and Supplies Division provides value-added professional procurement service to departments
                   so that they receive quality products and services based on their preferences, at the lowest cost.

                      - Purchasing                                              - Surplus Property Management

                                                                                      Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                   Performance Indicators                                            2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
                     RFP/Q advertised                                                  147               150               150
                     Cost avoidance from bidding/contract renewal                   $ 612,732         $ 675,000         $ 675,000
                     Surplus sale revenue                                           $ 264,255         $ 300,000         $ 300,000
                     Bids issued for goods                                             38                45                45
                     Bids issued for services                                          77                100               100

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                     $    1,196,545    $    1,320,241    $    1,647,055
                      Contracts                                                        118,587           150,828           154,610
                      Supplies                                                          10,241             9,440             9,440
                      Equipment                                                              --                --           35,000
                      Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
                      Capital Improvements                                                   --                --                --
                                                                        Total $      1,325,373    $    1,480,509    $    1,846,105

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                 $      1,325,373    $    1,480,509    $    1,846,105
                                                                        Total $      1,325,373    $    1,480,509    $    1,846,105

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                              $           --    $           --    $           --
                     Grants                                                                 --                --                --
                     Permits and Fees                                                       --                --                --
                     Other Revenue                                                    222,745           221,050           322,550
                                                                        Total $       222,745     $     221,050     $     322,550

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                19.0              23.0              25.0
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                          --                --                --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --             (3.0)                --
                                                                        Total             19.0              20.0              25.0

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2011-12 Budget adds two positions that were not eliminated during FY 2010-11 and eliminates the
                   charge to the capital program.




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                                Records Management
Responsible Division: Records Management




                                                                                                                      General Services
Outcome: Governance
The Records Management Division has the responsiblity of ensuring that the retention, storage, retrieval and
destruction of all records/non-records City-wide are accomplished in accordance with federal, state and city
requirements so that current and historical records of City operations are maintained.

                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
  Boxes transferred to records facilities for storage               5,115              3,500               3,000
  Boxes of records processed for disposal                           5,328              4,000               4,000
  Records assistance(#) provided to departments                      851               1,000               1,000
  Records training to Coordinators,Custodians and Users              130                150                 200

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     240,323      $    241,140       $     233,213
   Contracts                                                          74,505            89,940              95,786
   Supplies                                                            1,350             2,080               2,080
   Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                    --                --                  --
                                                       Total $       316,178      $    333,160       $     331,079

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       316,178      $    333,160       $     331,079
                                                       Total $       316,178      $    333,160       $     331,079

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                       Total $               --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   4.0               4.0                4.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                            --                --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                 --
                                                       Total              4.0               4.0                4.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                        Workforce Safety
                   Responsible Division: Corporate Safety Management
General Services


                   Outcome: Governance
                   Workplace Safety's mission is to ensure the health and safety of City employees by providing training and
                   encouraging improvement in workplace safety and health.

                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                   Performance Indicators                                             2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                     Safety training provided (no. of trainees)                          n/a               n/a                1,000
                     Safety training provided ( total classroom hours)                  315                n/a                2,000

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                       $     104,711      $          --      $           --
                      Contracts                                                          10,053            88,000              88,000
                      Supplies                                                            2,329                 --                  --
                      Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                                    --                --                  --
                                                                          Total $       117,093      $     88,000       $      88,000

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                   $       117,093      $     88,000       $      88,000
                                                                          Total $       117,093      $     88,000       $      88,000

                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $           --
                     Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
                     Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
                     Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                                          Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   1.0                   --               --
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                            --                  --               --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                  --               --
                                                                          Total              1.0                   --               --

                   Changes to the Budget
                   There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                      Health




                                                                                           Health
                                                                                           Health
Department Purpose Statement
The Health Department preserves, protects, and promotes the health of Kansas Citians and
their visitors.

Desired Community Outcome
Healthy Community - Kansas City is a community that ensures the health and well-being of
its citizens and environment.




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                                               Health
                                           Organization Chart




                                                 Citizens of
Health




                                                Kansas City




                                                Mayor &
                                               City Council



                     Health
                   Commission

                                               City Manager




                                                  Health
                                                Rex Archer
                                                193.4 FTEs




                                HIV/AIDS                                     Communicable
         Administration         Prevention                     Air Quality
                                                                               Diseases
                                & Control



         Family Health           Health &                      Lead Paint    Public Health
           Services              Medical                       Poisoning      Information
                                 Records                       Prevention



                                                                Sexually
         Public Health           Rodent                                         Food
                                                               Transmitted
          Inspections            Control                                      Protection
                                                                Diseases




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                                               Health
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                               Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                              2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome




                                                                                                          Health
        Healthy Community                             $       22,262,620 $   23,726,695 $   23,403,166
                                                Total $       22,262,620 $   23,726,695 $   23,403,166

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $         11,594,928 $   12,477,312 $   12,168,200
        Contracts                                              9,773,509     10,216,804     10,301,157
        Supplies                                                 844,801      1,032,579        708,809
        Equipment                                                 49,382              --       225,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --             --             --
        Debt Service                                                   --             --             --
                                              Total $         22,262,620 $   23,726,695 $   23,403,166

Allocation by Department
        Health                                          $     21,563,758 $   22,761,943 $   22,439,018
        General Services                                         698,862        964,752        964,148
                                                Total $       22,262,620 $   23,726,695 $   23,403,166

Allocation by Fund
        General                                        $         705,830 $      300,000 $            --
        ARRA Stimulus                                                  --             --        50,592
        Health Levy                                            9,526,785     10,297,897     11,281,689
        Governmental Grants                                    5,538,629      6,566,178      5,089,776
        Ryan White HIV Grant                                   4,565,550      4,577,816      4,882,422
        Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS             1,133,945      1,016,453      1,200,000
        HUD Lead Based Paint Grant                               791,881        968,351        898,687
                                                 Total $      22,262,620 $   23,726,695 $   23,403,166

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                     $      6,324,544 $    6,937,591 $    7,770,829
      Grants                                                  12,030,005     13,128,798     12,070,885
      Permits and Fees                                         3,215,077      3,340,227      3,174,219
      Other Revenue                                                                   --             --
                                                Total $       21,569,626 $   23,406,616 $   23,015,933

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         191.0          200.0           194.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                  4.1           (3.6)           (0.6)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                 --             --              --
                                                Total             195.1          196.4           193.4




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                                                         Health
                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                        Actual       Adopted       Submitted
         Outcome      Programs and Activities                          2009-10       2010-11        2011-12

         Healthy Community                                        $ 22,262,620 $ 23,726,695 $ 23,403,166
Health




                   Administration
                     Core Public Health                           $      314,870 $     335,825 $      298,860
                     Financial and Operational Support                   685,702       565,602        711,287
                     Health Commission                                    58,165       136,783        109,825
                     Office of the Director                              478,177       447,629        518,288
                     Clinic Equipment                                          --            --       100,000
                     Quality & Contract Monitoring                       205,874       181,841        241,485
                                                             Total $   1,742,788 $   1,667,680 $    1,979,745

                   Aim 4 Peace                                    $     764,476 $      390,122 $      400,000

                   Air Quality                                    $     667,872 $      683,648 $      597,661

                   Communicable Diseases
                     Health Laboratory                            $       91,593 $      89,943 $       95,320
                     Mosquito Control                                     63,166        75,000         75,000
                     Communicable Disease Prevention                   1,537,767     1,724,523      1,772,342
                                                             Total $   1,692,526 $   1,889,466 $    1,942,662

                   Family Health Services
                     Child Health Services and Grants             $    1,150,443 $   1,366,009 $    1,314,371
                     Healthy Community Services and Grants                77,011        81,454         39,239
                     Immunization Program                                276,866       197,145        202,854
                                                             Total $   1,504,320 $   1,644,608 $    1,556,464

                   Food Protection Services
                     Food Inspection Services                     $    1,340,593 $   1,505,330 $    1,458,519
                     Food Handler Permits                                156,391       170,580        183,883
                                                             Total $   1,496,984 $   1,675,910 $    1,642,402

                   Health and Medical Records                     $     672,949 $      730,428 $      767,069

                   Health Building Operations                     $     698,862 $      964,752 $      964,148




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                                             Health
                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                               Actual       Adopted       Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                           2009-10       2010-11        2011-12




                                                                                                        Health
          HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
             HIV/AIDS Surveillance                       $      172,666 $     183,005 $      162,251
             HIV/AIDS Housing Opp. Assistance Grants          1,133,945     1,016,453      1,200,000
             HIV Case Management                                416,733       652,650        710,000
             HIV Prevention Program                             632,155       652,000        481,901
             HIV Services                                       367,285       404,000        404,000
             Ryan White Program Grants                        4,565,550     4,577,816      4,882,422
             Shelter Plus Care Grant                            285,544       255,000        346,824
                                                   Total $    7,573,878 $   7,740,924 $    8,187,398

          Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
            Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Grants   $    1,244,592 $   1,676,125 $    1,393,954
            Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention                     573,723       571,504        619,266
                                                   Total $    1,818,315 $   2,247,629 $    2,013,220

          Public Health Information
            City Readiness Initiative                     $     251,385 $     303,835 $      323,599
            Health Planning and Research                        213,728       202,241        221,352
            Health Education                                    371,488       474,343        515,412
            Secondhand Smoke Foundation Grant                    92,057             --             --
            Health Special Projects                             107,813             --             --
            Pandemic Preparedness Planning                      434,409       867,459        227,828
            Public Health Preparedness                          682,361       666,869        458,342
            Safety Streets Program                               20,001         4,185         24,956
            Tobacco Use Prevention                               68,497        68,500         86,209
                                                   Total $    2,241,739 $   2,587,432 $    1,857,698

          Public Health Inspections
            Community Environmental Health                $    412,765 $      428,049 $      455,241
            Local Sanitation Inspections                        28,775         39,240         37,360
                                                   Total $     441,540 $      467,289 $      492,601

          Rodent Control                                  $    140,719 $      138,179 $      144,703

          Sexually Transmitted Diseases                   $    805,652 $      898,628 $      857,395

          Department Total                                $ 22,262,620 $ 23,726,695 $ 23,403,166




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                                                 Administration
         Responsible Division: Administration
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         Health Administration provides assistance to divisions so that their service mission is completed.

             - Quality & Contract Monitoring                               - Health Commission
             - Financial and Operational Support                           - Core Public Health
Health




             - Office of the Director

                                                                                Actual        Adopted           Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                                2009-10        2010-11            2011-12
            Number of calls to KCHD switchboard                                 19,084         18,500             18,500
            Percent of grant billings submitted by 15th of month                 99%            90%                98%

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                          $   1,327,858 $        1,363,995 $    1,411,395
            Contracts                                                            372,973            297,035        461,700
            Supplies                                                              41,957              6,650          6,650
            Equipment                                                                                     --       100,000
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --             --
            Debt Service                                                               --                 --             --
                                                                   Total $     1,742,788 $        1,667,680 $    1,979,745

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                    $   1,427,918 $        1,331,855 $    1,680,885
            Governmental Grants                                                  314,870            335,825        298,860
                                                                   Total $     1,742,788 $        1,667,680 $    1,979,745

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                   $   1,206,666 $        1,082,204 $    1,571,313
           Grants                                                                314,870            335,825        298,860
           Permits and Fees                                                      221,252            249,651        109,572
           Other Revenue                                                               --                 --             --
                                                                   Total $     1,742,788 $        1,667,680 $    1,979,745

         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   16.0              16.0            16.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                           2.6               1.1             1.4
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --              --
                                                                   Total            18.6              17.1            17.4

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2011-12 Budget includes $100,000 for clinical equipment. Insurance, telecommunication, enterprise
         software, and office copier costs increases are reflected in contract allocations.




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                                             Aim 4 Peace
Responsible Division: Community Justice Program
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Community Justice Program provides dispute resolution and mediation, as well as resources for
at-risk groups to prevent violence in Kansas City.

    - Aim 4 Peace




                                                                                                               Health
                                                                  Actual         Adopted         Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
   Aim 4 Peace (street conflict) mediation                         58              23               23

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $    387,312 $        390,122 $        400,000
   Contracts                                                      374,448                --               --
   Supplies                                                         2,716                --               --
   Equipment                                                            --               --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --               --               --
   Debt Service                                                         --               --               --
                                                     Total $      764,476 $        390,122 $        400,000

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                               $     58,646 $              -- $       300,000
   General                                                        705,830          300,000                --
   Governmental Grants                                                  --          90,122          100,000
                                                     Total $      764,476 $        390,122 $        400,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $      58,646 $              -- $      300,000
  Grants                                                                 --               --        100,000
  Permits and Fees                                                       --               --              --
  Other Revenue                                                          --               --              --
                                                     Total $        58,646 $              -- $      400,000

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               8.0              8.0             8.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --               --              --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     --               --              --
                                                     Total             8.0              8.0             8.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget switches funding for Aim 4 Peace from the General Fund to the Health Levy Fund.




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                                                       Air Quality
         Responsible Division: Air Quality
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         The Air Quality Control Program inspects industrial sources to ensure compliance so as to provide a healthier
         community and enhance the general health and quality-of-life for citizens and visitors.
Health




                                                                                Actual       Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                                2009-10       2010-11           2011-12
            Percent of inspected air pollution facilities in compliance          70%           85%              85%
            in 90 days

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                          $    620,837 $      623,272 $        524,736
            Contracts                                                            41,511         35,987           65,192
            Supplies                                                              5,524         24,389            7,733
            Equipment                                                                                --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --             --               --
            Debt Service                                                              --             --               --
                                                                   Total $      667,872 $      683,648 $        597,661

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                    $    222,115 $      200,591 $        212,444
            Governmental Grants                                                 445,757        483,057          385,217
                                                                   Total $      667,872 $      683,648 $        597,661

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                   $    (10,094) $      21,591 $         27,444
           Grants                                                               445,757        483,057          385,217
           Permits and Fees                                                     232,209        179,000          185,000
           Other Revenue                                                              --             --               --
                                                                   Total $      667,872 $      683,648 $        597,661
         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  11.0               11.0           8.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --            --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --            --
                                                                   Total           11.0               11.0           8.0

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2011-12 Budget eliminates three positions due to a reduction in Air Quality grants.




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                            Communicable Diseases
Responsible Division: Communicable Diseases
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Communicable Diseases Prevention Program improves the overall health of the community so the spread of
infectious diseases among the population is controlled and contained.

    - Health Laboratory                                       - Mosquito Control
    - Communicable Disease Prevention                         - Refugee Health Screening




                                                                                                             Health
    - Tuberculosis Outreach                                   - Perinatal Hepatitis B

                                                                   Actual        Adopted       Submitted
Performance Indicators                                            2009-10        2010-11        2011-12
   Average investigative workload per Disease Investigator          55             55             55

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $   1,274,848 $    1,470,336 $    1,402,415
   Contracts                                                        238,386        182,245        196,664
   Supplies                                                         179,292        236,885        243,583
   Equipment                                                              --             --       100,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --             --             --
   Debt Service                                                           --             --             --
                                                      Total $     1,692,526 $    1,889,466 $    1,942,662

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                $   1,506,523 $    1,740,576 $    1,785,310
   Governmental Grants                                              186,003        148,890        157,352
                                                      Total $     1,692,526 $    1,889,466 $    1,942,662

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $   1,506,523 $    1,740,576 $    1,785,310
  Grants                                                            186,003        148,890        157,352
  Permits and Fees                                                        --             --             --
  Other Revenue                                                           --             --             --
                                                      Total $     1,692,526 $    1,889,466 $    1,942,662
Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               26.0            26.0          26.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                      (2.0)           (2.9)         (2.2)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --              --            --
                                                      Total            24.0            23.1          23.8

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                        Family Health Services
         Responsible Division: Family Health Services
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         Family Health Services optimizes the health of children and families in the City by assuring that adequate health
         care information that promotes health and disease prevention is available to the public. This is done by assessing
         the health status of families and their access to care.

             -   Child Health Services and Grants                        - Childhood Immunization Programs
Health




             -   Healthy Community Services and Grants                   - Adult Immunization Programs
             -   Maternal & Child Health Block Grant                     - Hope for the Children (Esperanza Para Los
             -   Public Health Improvement                                   Niños)
             -   Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)

                                                                              Actual           Adopted           Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                              2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
            Children educated at Safety Street                                3,015             1,600              3,000

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                        $   1,115,801     $   1,199,520     $   1,270,752
            Contracts                                                          237,263           260,145           122,904
            Supplies                                                           151,256           184,943           162,808
            Equipment                                                                --                --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                --
            Debt Service                                                             --                --                --
                                                                 Total $     1,504,320     $   1,644,608     $   1,556,464

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                  $     866,825     $   1,005,620     $   1,078,247
            ARRA Stimulus                                                            --                --           50,592
            Governmental Grants                                                637,495           638,988           427,625
                                                                 Total $     1,504,320     $   1,644,608     $   1,556,464

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                 $     503,174     $     680,620     $     781,247
           Grants                                                              637,495           638,988           478,217
           Permits and Fees                                                    363,651           325,000           297,000
           Other Revenue                                                             --                --                --
                                                                 Total $     1,504,320     $   1,644,608     $   1,556,464
         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  18.0              18.0             17.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                          1.9               0.8              0.8
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --               --
                                                                 Total             19.9              18.8             17.8

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects decreases in grant funding totaling $160,771.




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                            Food Protection Services
Responsible Division: Food Protection Services
Outcome: Healthy Community
Food Protection Program aims to promote healthy people and healthy communities through education and
regulation of food service establishments.

    - Food Inspection Services                                 - Food Handler Permit




                                                                                                                 Health
   - Summer Food Service Program

                                                                    Actual          Adopted        Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11         2011-12
   Percent of food establishments not requiring reinspection         70%              75%             75%
   Number of Food Handlers trained                                  8,406            8,500           8,500

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,371,860    $   1,547,359 $     1,489,237
   Contracts                                                          91,652           97,716         122,330
   Supplies                                                           33,472           30,835          30,835
   Equipment                                                               --               --              --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --              --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --              --
                                                       Total $     1,496,984    $   1,675,910 $     1,642,402

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $   1,491,064    $   1,669,540 $     1,636,032
   Governmental Grants                                                 5,920            6,370           6,370
                                                       Total $     1,496,984    $   1,675,910 $     1,642,402

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           --   $           -- $            --
  Grants                                                               5,920            6,370           6,370
  Permits and Fees                                                 1,491,064        1,669,540       1,636,032
  Other Revenue                                                            --               --              --
                                                       Total $     1,496,984    $   1,675,910 $     1,642,402
Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                26.0             28.0            26.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --            (0.3)           (0.2)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --              --
                                                       Total            26.0             27.7            25.8

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                        147
                                 Health and Medical Records
         Responsible Division: Health and Medical Records
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         The Health and Medical Records Program assists other department programs and divisions in obtaining and
         managing the information systems resources they need. It also provides accurate medical and vital record
         information to customers.
Health




                                                                           Actual        Adopted         Submitted
                                                                          2009-10        2010-11          2011-12
         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                     $    578,378 $       606,024 $        618,481
            Contracts                                                       83,555         118,004          142,188
            Supplies                                                        11,016           6,400            6,400
            Equipment                                                            --              --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --              --               --
            Debt Service                                                         --              --               --
                                                              Total $      672,949 $       730,428 $        767,069

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                             $      672,949 $       730,428 $        767,069
                                                              Total $      672,949 $       730,428 $        767,069

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                              $          -- $            -- $             --
           Grants                                                                --              --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                685,785         710,349          730,428
           Other Revenue                                                         --              --               --
                                                              Total $      685,785 $       710,349 $        730,428

         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                              11.0            11.0             12.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --              --               --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     --              --               --
                                                              Total            11.0            11.0             12.0

         Changes to the Budget
         There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                         Health Building Operations
Responsible Division: General Services/Facilities Management
Outcome: Healthy Community
The General Services Department maintains and operates the Health Building at 2400 Troost Avenue to ensure
the facility is clean, energy efficient, and safe for public use.

                                                                  Actual        Adopted       Submitted




                                                                                                             Health
                                                                 2009-10        2010-11        2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $          -- $           -- $             --
   Contracts                                                      677,268        937,252          936,648
   Supplies                                                        21,594         27,500           27,500
   Equipment                                                            --             --               --
   Debt Service                                                         --             --               --
   Capital Improvements                                                 --             --               --
                                                     Total $      698,862 $      964,752 $        964,148

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                    698,862        964,752          964,148
                                                     Total $      698,862 $      964,752 $        964,148

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $    673,523 $      939,752 $        939,148
  Grants                                                                --             --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                 25,339         25,000           25,000
  Other Revenue                                                         --             --               --
                                                     Total $      698,862 $      964,752 $        964,148

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --           --              --
   Charges to/from other Programs                                          --           --              --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --           --              --
                                                     Total                 --           --              --

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                      149
                            HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
         Responsible Division: HIV / AIDS Prevention and Control
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         The HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Division provides a comprehensive program of prevention, case
         management, housing, and back-to-work programs that reach across the continuum of HIV disease.

             -   HIV Prevention Program                                -   HIV/AIDS Housing Assistance Grants
Health




             -   HIV Services                                          -   Minority AIDS Initiative Grants
             -   HIV/AIDS Surveillance                                 -   HIV Case Management
             -   Ryan White Program Grants                             -   Shelter Plus Care Grant

                                                                              Actual        Adopted        Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                              2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
            Units of case management support provided for Ryan                 n/a          18,500          18,000
               White clients

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $     1,192,389 $     1,272,616 $    1,133,982
            Contracts                                                        6,324,111       6,439,358      7,031,466
            Supplies                                                            57,508          28,950         21,950
            Equipment                                                             (130)              --             --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --              --             --
            Debt Service                                                             --              --             --
                                                               Total $       7,573,878 $     7,740,924 $    8,187,398

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                $       367,285 $       404,000 $      404,000
            Governmental Grants                                              1,507,098       1,742,655      1,700,976
            Ryan White HIV Grant                                             4,565,550       4,577,816      4,882,422
            Housing Opportunity For Persons Aids                             1,133,945       1,016,453      1,200,000
                                                               Total $       7,573,878 $     7,740,924 $    8,187,398

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $       367,285 $       404,000 $      404,000
           Grants                                                            7,206,593       7,336,924      7,783,398
           Permits and Fees                                                          --              --             --
           Other Revenue                                                             --              --             --
                                                               Total $       7,573,878 $     7,740,924 $    8,187,398
         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 22.0            23.0           22.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                         0.2             0.7            0.6
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --              --             --
                                                               Total              22.2            23.7           22.6

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2011-12 reflecs an increase in the Ryan White HIV grant of $304,606. Consolidated Plan allocations for
         HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                   Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
Responsible Division: Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention Program provides blood lead screening, case management, lead hazard
control, and education to families exposed to harmful levels of lead.

    - Childhood Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention Grant          - Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention




                                                                                                                 Health
                                                                    Actual         Adopted         Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
   Number of homes remediated for lead                               n/a             47               40
   Percent of lead risk assessments completed within                100%            100%             100%
      recommended time
   Number of children screened                                      1,830           1,000            1,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,037,088 $     1,185,301 $      1,275,056
   Contracts                                                         754,457       1,030,809          716,614
   Supplies                                                           26,770          31,519           21,550
   Equipment                                                               --              --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --              --               --
   Debt Service                                                            --              --               --
                                                       Total $     1,818,315 $     2,247,629 $      2,013,220

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $     573,723 $       571,504 $        619,266
   Governmental Grants                                               452,711         707,774          495,267
   HUD Lead Based Paint Grant                                        791,881         968,351          898,687
                                                       Total $     1,818,315 $     2,247,629 $      2,013,220

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $     573,723 $       571,504 $        619,266
  Grants                                                           1,244,592       1,676,125        1,393,954
  Permits and Fees                                                         --              --               --
  Other Revenue                                                            --              --               --
                                                       Total $     1,818,315 $     2,247,629 $      2,013,220

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                16.0             16.0            16.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                       (0.1)             0.3             0.3
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --              --
                                                       Total            15.9             16.3            16.3

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                    Public Health Information
         Responsible Division: Public Health Information
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         The Public Health Information Program provides information regarding diseases and their conditions to reduce
         potential outbreaks so the number of disease threats to the public are reduced.

             -   Health Planning and Research                          - Public Health Preparedness
Health




             -   Health Education                                      - Tobacco Use Prevention
             -   City Readiness Initiative                             - Pandemic Preparedness Planning
             -   Safety Streets Program

                                                                            Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                                                                           2009-10         2010-11         2011-12
         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $   1,527,933 $     1,617,144 $      1,394,053
            Contracts                                                        460,370         719,453          378,195
            Supplies                                                         203,924         250,835           60,450
            Equipment                                                         49,512               --          25,000
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --              --               --
            Debt Service                                                           --              --               --
                                                               Total $     2,241,739 $     2,587,432 $      1,857,698

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                $     693,029 $       679,984 $        740,164
            Governmental Grants                                            1,548,710       1,907,448        1,117,534
                                                               Total $     2,241,739 $     2,587,432 $      1,857,698

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $     693,029 $       679,984 $        740,164
           Grants                                                          1,548,710       1,907,448        1,117,534
           Permits and Fees                                                        --              --               --
           Other Revenue                                                           --              --               --
                                                               Total $     2,241,739 $     2,587,432 $      1,857,698

         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               17.0             23.0            23.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                       0.5             (2.0)           (2.1)
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --               --              --
                                                               Total            17.5             21.0            20.9

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects reductions of $208,527 for the Public Health Preparedness grant and $639,631
         for the Pandemic Preparedness Planning grant.




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                            Public Health Inspections
Responsible Division: Public Health Inspections
Outcome: Healthy Community
Public Health Inspection prevents the spread of infectious diseases through timely, confidential, and cost
effective surveillance of health issues.

    - Community Environmental Health                             - Local Sanitation Inspections




                                                                                                                     Health
                                                                      Actual          Adopted        Submitted
Performance Indicators                                               2009-10          2010-11         2011-12
   Number of inspections for public pools, lodging facilities,         n/a              n/a            2,900
      child care providers, & septic haulers

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     402,120 $        433,705 $       449,676
   Contracts                                                            33,080           24,634          33,975
   Supplies                                                              6,340            8,950           8,950
   Equipment                                                                 --               --              --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --               --              --
   Debt Service                                                              --               --              --
                                                         Total $       441,540 $        467,289 $       492,601

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                   $     412,765 $        428,049 $       455,241
   Governmental Grants                                                  28,775           39,240          37,360
                                                         Total $       441,540 $        467,289 $       492,601

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $     216,988 $        246,362 $       264,054
  Grants                                                                28,775           39,240          37,360
  Permits and Fees                                                     195,777          181,687         191,187
  Other Revenue                                                              --               --              --
                                                         Total $       441,540 $        467,289 $       492,601

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    8.0              8.0              8.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (0.2)            (1.1)            (1.2)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --               --               --
                                                         Total              7.8              6.9              6.8

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                          153
                                                Rodent Control
         Responsible Division: Rodent Control
         Outcome: Healthy Community
         The Rodent Control Program prevents expansion of the rodent population and reduces the risks of personal
         contact between residents and rodents.
Health




                                                                                Actual      Adopted      Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                                2009-10      2010-11       2011-12
            Percent of rat control retreatments within 60 days                   2.3%        2.9%          3.0%


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                          $     90,879 $     85,779 $       92,303
            Contracts                                                            49,556       52,000         52,000
            Supplies                                                                284          400            400
            Equipment                                                                 --           --             --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --           --             --
            Debt Service                                                              --           --             --
                                                                   Total $      140,719 $    138,179 $      144,703

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                  $      140,719 $    138,179 $      144,703
                                                                   Total $      140,719 $    138,179 $      144,703

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                   $    140,719 $    138,179 $      144,703
           Grants                                                                     --           --             --
           Permits and Fees                                                           --           --             --
           Other Revenue                                                              --           --             --
                                                                   Total $      140,719 $    138,179 $      144,703

         Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   1.0          1.0                1.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --           --                 --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --           --                 --
                                                                   Total            1.0          1.0                1.0

         Changes to the Budget
         There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                      Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Responsible Division: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Program strives to reduce the frequency of STDs and their
complications, and ultimately to eliminate STD and HIV transmissions in residents of Kansas City.




                                                                                                               Health
                                                                      Actual      Adopted      Submitted
Performance Indicators                                               2009-10      2010-11       2011-12
   STD Clinic average customer process time (minutes)                  63.9         60.0          55.0

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $    667,625 $    682,139 $        706,114
   Contracts                                                           34,879       22,166           41,281
   Supplies                                                           103,148      194,323          110,000
   Equipment                                                                             --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --           --               --
   Debt Service                                                             --           --               --
                                                         Total $      805,652 $    898,628 $        857,395

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                   $    394,362 $    432,819 $        494,180
   Governmental Grants                                                411,290      465,809          363,215
                                                         Total $      805,652 $    898,628 $        857,395

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $    394,362 $    432,819 $        494,180
  Grants                                                              411,290      465,809          363,215
  Permits and Fees
  Other Revenue                                                             --           --               --
                                                         Total $      805,652 $    898,628 $        857,395

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 11.0         11.0             11.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                         1.2         (0.2)             2.0
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --           --               --
                                                         Total           12.2         10.8             13.0

Changes to the Budget
Charges of staff time vary to different grants in FY 2011-12.




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         156
Health
                     Health and Medical Care




                                                                                                    Health and Medical Care
                                                                                                   Health and MedicalCare
Department Purpose Statement
The Health and Medical Care Program provides assistance to local health care providers in Kansas
City so that indigent persons have access to healthcare, and provides high quality, prompt, and
affordable emergency services, and appropriate public education.

Desired Community Outcomes
Healthy Community - Kansas City is a community that ensures the health and well-being of its
citizens and environment.




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                                   Health and Medical Care
Health and Medical Care

                                            Organization Chart




                                                   Citizens of
                                                  Kansas City




                                                   Mayor &
                                                  City Council


                            Health
                          Commission

                                                  City Manager




                                                    Health
                                                  Department




                                                   Health &
                                                  Medical Care
                                                    0.7 FTE




                                       Hospital
                                                                 Health Centers
                                       Services




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                           Health and Medical Care




                                                                                                     Health and Medical Care
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                          Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                         2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Healthy Community                          $       31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054
                                           Total $       31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $          76,568 $       76,566 $       76,566
      Contracts                                                   --             --             --
      Supplies                                                    --             --             --
      Equipment                                                   --             --             --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            31,472,270     31,352,758     31,352,758
      Debt Service                                          171,830        172,580        166,730
                                            Total $      31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054

Allocation by Fund
      Health Levy                                $       31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054
                                           Total $       31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $     31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054
      Grants                                                      --             --             --
      Permits and Fees                                            --             --             --
      Other Revenue                                               --             --             --
                                           Total $       31,720,668 $   31,601,904 $   31,596,054

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         --             --              --
   Charges to/from Other Programs                              1.0            1.0             0.7
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             --             --              --
                                           Total               1.0            1.0             0.7




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                                                      Health and Medical Care
Health and Medical Care

                                                              SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                        Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                          Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

                          Healthy Community                                       $   31,720,668 $      31,601,904 $      31,596,054

                                    Health Centers
                                      KC Free Health Clinic                       $       518,985   $       518,984 $         518,984
                                      Health Centers                                      200,000                 --                --
                                      Northland Health Care Access                        278,066           278,066           278,066
                                      Richard Cabot Club                                  518,007           518,006           518,006
                                      Samuel U. Rogers Center                           1,175,355         1,255,843         1,255,843
                                      Swope Parkway Health Center                       1,255,843         1,255,843         1,255,843
                                      Swope Ridge Geriatric Center Debt                   171,830           172,580           166,730
                                                                          Total $       4,118,086   $     3,999,322 $       3,993,472

                                    Hospital Services
                                      Children's Mercy Hospital                   $     1,199,507   $     1,199,507   $     1,199,507
                                      Truman Medical Center                            26,403,075        26,403,075        26,403,075
                                                                          Total $      27,602,582   $    27,602,582   $    27,602,582

                                    Department Total                              $   31,720,668 $      31,601,904 $      31,596,054




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                                        Health Centers




                                                                                                                     Health and Medical Care
Responsible Division: Health Centers
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Health Centers Program provides financial assistance to local non-profit health care providers in the City so
that indigent persons have access to health care.

    - KC Free Health Clinic                                    - Samuel U. Rogers Center
    - Northland Health Care Access                             - Swope Parkway Health Center
    - Richard Cabot Club                                       - Swope Ridge Geriatric Center Debt

                                                                    Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                   2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $      76,568     $      76,566     $       76,566
   Contracts                                                               --                --                 --
   Supplies                                                                --                --                 --
   Equipment                                                               --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         3,869,688         3,750,176          3,750,176
   Debt Service                                                      171,830           172,580            166,730
                                                      Total $      4,118,086     $   3,999,322     $    3,993,472

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                              $      4,118,086     $   3,999,322     $    3,993,472
                                                      Total $      4,118,086     $   3,999,322     $    3,993,472

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $   4,118,086     $   3,999,322     $    3,993,472
  Grants                                                                   --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --
                                                      Total $      4,118,086     $   3,999,322     $    3,993,472
Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          1.0               1.0               0.7
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                      Total               1.0               1.0               0.7

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                              Hospital Services
Health and Medical Care

                          Responsible Division: Hospital Services
                          Outcome: Healthy Community
                          The Hospital Services Program provides medical assistance to Children's Mercy Hospital and Truman Medical
                          Center so that indigent persons have access to health care.

                              - Children's Mercy Hospital                              - Truman Medical Center

                                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                            2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                          Allocation by Expense Category
                             Salaries and Benefits                                     $            --     $            --    $            --
                             Contracts                                                              --                  --                 --
                             Supplies                                                               --                  --                 --
                             Equipment                                                              --                  --                 --
                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       27,602,582          27,602,582         27,602,582
                             Debt Service                                                           --                  --                 --
                                                                               Total $     27,602,582      $   27,602,582     $   27,602,582

                          Allocation by Fund
                             Health Levy                                             $     27,602,582      $   27,602,582     $   27,602,582
                                                                               Total $     27,602,582      $   27,602,582     $   27,602,582

                          Revenue
                            Dedicated Tax                                              $   27,602,582      $   27,602,582     $   27,602,582
                            Grants                                                                  --                  --                 --
                            Permits and Fees                                                        --                  --                 --
                            Other Revenue                                                           --                  --                 --
                                                                               Total $     27,602,582      $   27,602,582     $   27,602,582

                          Personnel
                            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                 --                --
                            Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --                --
                            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                --
                                                                               Total                  --                 --                --

                          Changes to the Budget
                          There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                       Housing




                                                                                                     Housing
Department Purpose Statement
The Housing Department seeks to preserve the City’s affordable housing stock by providing
financial and physical assistance to citizens and community housing groups so that neighborhoods
are maintained.

Desired Community Outcomes
Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable neighborhoods.




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                                             Housing
                                          Organization Chart




                                                    Citizens of
Housing




                                                   Kansas City




                                                    Mayor &
                                                   City Council




                                                   City Manager




                                                     Housing
                                                   Shirley Winn
                                                    37.0 FTEs




                              Housing Services                        Housing
                               Administration                         Financial
                                                                     Assistance
                            • Housing Administration              • Homeownership Assistance
                            • CDBG Adminstration                  • HOME projects


                                                                    Section 108/
                               Public Facilities                     Local Debt
                                                                    Repayments




                Housing                              Housing                            Home
              Development                          Rehabilitation                    Weatherization

          • Housing Services                 • Property Preservation               • Home Weatherization
          • Economic Development             • Neighborhood Housing                • Empire Direct Gas
          • Neighborhood Revitalization         Assistance                         • LIHEAP Grant
          • Public Services                  • Minor Home Repair
          • Mulkey Square                    • Paint Program



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            Housing and Community Development
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                           2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Neighborhood Livability                      $       18,444,506 $   11,818,179 $   12,413,044




                                                                                                       Housing
                                             Total $       18,444,506 $   11,818,179 $   12,413,044

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                          $      2,272,644 $    2,249,903 $    2,630,896
      Contracts                                            13,779,808      7,089,735      7,245,320
      Supplies                                                106,729        125,180        125,180
      Equipment                                                89,231              --             --
      Debt Service                                                  --             --             --
      Capital Improvements                                  2,196,094      2,353,361      2,411,648
                                             Total $       18,444,506 $   11,818,179 $   12,413,044

Allocation by Fund
      General                                        $        144,175 $      120,000 $      220,000
      Economic Development Intiative Grant                    536,419              --             --
      ARRA Stimulus                                         2,673,826              --       880,458
      Neighborhood Stabilization Grant                      1,448,780              --             --
      Community Development                                 6,485,474      6,922,164      6,437,586
      HOME Investment                                       5,271,439      2,800,000      2,800,000
      Special Housing Rehabilitation                        1,488,169      1,075,000      1,075,000
      Capital Improvements                                    168,427        901,015      1,000,000
      STIF Midtown                                            227,797              --             --
                                             Total $       18,444,506 $   11,818,179 $   12,413,044

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $        168,427 $      901,015 $    1,000,000
      Grants                                               18,131,904     10,797,164     11,193,044
      Permits and Fees                                              --             --             --
      Other Revenue                                            40,000         20,000         20,000
                                             Total $       18,340,331 $   11,718,179 $   12,213,044

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        33.0           32.0            36.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                2.0            2.0             1.0
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                               --             --              --
                                             Total              35.0           34.0            37.0




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                    Housing and Community Development
                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                         Actual           Adopted          Submitted
          Outcome      Programs and Activities                          2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

          Neighborhood Livability                                  $   18,444,506 $      11,818,179 $      12,413,044
Housing




                    Administration                                 $     1,254,660   $     1,482,000   $     1,541,300

                    Housing Development
                      Hispanic Development Corporation             $       192,430 $         153,450 $         153,450
                      HEDFC Property Maintenance                                 --                --          100,000
                      Westside Housing Organization                        227,797                 --                --
                      Municipal Court Housing Assistance                    99,524                 --                --
                      Housing Services                                   1,255,615         1,600,400         1,600,400
                      Mulkey Square                                         40,000            20,000            20,000
                      Neighborhood Revitalization                           48,331                 --                --
                                                           Total $       1,863,697 $       1,773,850 $       1,873,850

                    Housing Financial Assistance                   $     4,185,688   $     1,700,000   $     1,700,000

                    Housing Rehabilitation
                      Neighborhood Stabilization Program           $     1,448,780   $             -- $              --
                      Housing Development                                  105,272                 --                --
                      Minor Home Repair                                  3,091,931         2,838,698         3,006,553
                      Paint Program                                        104,180           100,000           100,000
                                                           Total $       4,750,163   $     2,938,698 $       3,106,553

                    Housing Weatherization
                      Home Weatherization Stimulus                 $     2,532,387   $             -- $        209,423
                      Home Weatherization-Aquila                            55,154                 --                --
                      Home Weatherization-DOE                              483,198           450,000           450,000
                      Home Weatherization-KCPL                             465,116           375,000           375,000
                      Home Weatherization-MGE                              336,905           250,000           250,000
                      LIHEAP Grant                                          48,384                 --                --
                                                           Total $       3,921,144   $     1,075,000 $       1,284,423

                    Public Facilities                              $      273,060    $      495,270    $      495,270

                    Section 108/Debt                               $     1,491,248   $     1,452,346   $     1,411,648

                    Capital Improvements
                      Swope Parkway                                $       34,310    $            -- $               --
                      Eco-Campus Master Plan                               25,667                 --                 --
                      Beacon Hills                                        108,450           901,015          1,000,000
                      EDI Grant for Shoppers Parkade                      536,419                 --                 --
                                                                   $      704,846    $      901,015 $        1,000,000

                    Department Total                               $   18,444,506 $      11,818,179 $      12,413,044




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                                          Administration
Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Housing Services Administration provides staff support for community, housing, and economic development
services.

      - CDBG/Housing Administration




                                                                                                                  Housing
                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                 2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $      960,129    $   1,043,089    $    1,080,481
   Contracts                                                        292,212          431,911           453,819
   Supplies                                                           2,055            7,000             7,000
   Equipment                                                            264                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --                --
                                                     Total $      1,254,660    $   1,482,000    $    1,541,300

Allocation by Fund
   ARRA Stimulus                                             $        7,879    $           --   $            --
   Community Development                                            783,351        1,202,000         1,261,300
   HOME Investment                                                  463,430          280,000           280,000
                                                     Total $      1,254,660    $   1,482,000    $    1,541,300

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $            --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                          1,254,660        1,482,000         1,541,300
  Permits and Fees                                                        --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                           --               --                --
                                                     Total $      1,254,660    $   1,482,000    $    1,541,300

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                14.0             14.0              12.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                        2.0              1.0               1.0
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                     Total             16.0             15.0              13.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects a net loss of two positions as one position was moved to Housing Rehabilitation
and another position was moved to the Office of Environmental Quality in the City Manager's Office.




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                                         Housing Development
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
          The Housing Development program funds support for community, housing, and economic development services
          through neighborhood-based non-profit agencies to produce new housing development, rehabilitation,
          neighborhood organizing, crime watch, beautification, counseling, and referral services.
Housing




                - Housing Services                                       - Economic Development
                - Neighborhood Revitalization                            - Mulkey Square
                - Small Business Incubator                               - HEDFC Property Maintenance

                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                           2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                   $        31,564      $           --     $            --
             Contracts                                                     1,832,133          1,773,850           1,873,850
             Supplies                                                              --                 --                  --
             Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                  --
             Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                             Total $       1,863,697      $   1,773,850      $    1,873,850

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                 $        40,000      $      20,000      $      120,000
             ARRA Stimulus                                                    28,288                  --                  --
             Community Development                                           845,767            933,850             933,850
             HOME Investment                                                 622,321            820,000             820,000
             STIF Midtown                                                    227,797                  --                  --
             Special Housing Rehabilitation                                   99,524                  --                  --
                                                             Total $       1,863,697      $   1,773,850      $    1,873,850

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                            $             --     $           --     $            --
            Grants                                                         1,823,697          1,753,850           1,753,850
            Permits and Fees                                                       --                 --                  --
            Other Revenue                                                     40,000             20,000              20,000
                                                             Total $       1,863,697      $   1,773,850      $    1,773,850

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --                --
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                             Total                   --                 --                --

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2011-12 Budget includes $100,000 in funding for HEDFC property maintenance in the General Fund.
          Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                       Housing Financial Assistance
Responsible Division: Homeownership Assistance
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
The Homeownership Assistance Program provides increased levels of mixed income, single-family, and
multi-family housing to low-income households in identified neighborhood strategy areas through development
support, financing, and community development services.

      - HOME Investment Partnership Projects                     - Homeownership Assistance




                                                                                                                     Housing
                                                                    Actual          Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11             2011-12
  KC Dream Program loans closed                                      109              90                  50

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $        24,477    $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                       4,161,211        1,700,000           1,700,000
   Supplies                                                                --               --                  --
   Equipment                                                               --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --                  --
                                                     Total $       4,185,688    $   1,700,000      $    1,700,000

Allocation by Fund
   HOME Investment                                         $       4,185,688    $   1,700,000      $    1,700,000
                                                     Total $       4,185,688    $   1,700,000      $    1,700,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $           --     $            --
  Grants                                                           4,185,688        1,700,000           1,700,000
  Permits and Fees                                                         --               --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                            --               --                  --
                                                     Total $       4,185,688    $   1,700,000      $    1,700,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  1.0                  --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                     Total               1.0                  --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget maintains funding for the KC Dream Home Down Payment Assistance Program at
$1.7 million. Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                                          Housing Rehabilitation
          Responsible Division: Housing Rehabilitation
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
          Housing Rehabilitation focuses on the stabilization of existing housing structures.

             -   Property Preservation                                        - Neighborhood Housing Assistance Program
             -   Minor Home Repair                                        -     Housing Planning Project
Housing




             -   Paint Program

                                                                                   Actual          Adopted          Submitted
          Performance Indicators                                                  2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Emergency Home repairs completed by City                                438              145               75

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                            $     484,533    $     671,254    $      805,432
             Contracts                                                            4,188,689        2,149,264         2,182,941
             Supplies                                                                76,941          118,180           118,180
             Equipment                                                                    --               --                --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                --
             Debt Service                                                                 --               --                --
                                                                  Total $         4,750,163    $   2,938,698    $    3,106,553

          Allocation by Fund
             Community Development                                            $   3,092,048 $      2,838,698    $    2,335,518
             General                                                                104,175          100,000           100,000
             ARRA Stimulus                                                          105,272                --          671,035
             Neighborhood Stabilization                                           1,448,780                --                --
             Special Housing Rehabilitation                                            (112)                -                 -
                                                                  Total $         4,750,163 $      2,938,698    $    3,106,553

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                                     $           --   $           --   $            --
            Grants                                                                4,645,988        2,838,698         3,006,553
            Permits and Fees                                                              --               --                --
            Other Revenue                                                                 --               --                --
                                                                  Total $         4,645,988    $   2,838,698    $    3,006,553

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      18.0             18.0              20.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                             (7.0)            (6.0)             (7.0)
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --               --                --
                                                                  Total                11.0             12.0              13.0

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2011-12 Budget allocation for Housing Rehabilitation includes a net gain of two positions, one from the
          Administration division and the other from the Finance Department. An allocation of $100,000 is included in the
          General Fund for the Paint Program. The Minor Home Repair program is funded through the Community
          Development Block Grant. Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                             Housing Weatherization
Responsible Division: Home Weatherization
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
The Weatherization Program provides energy efficiency services that are tailored to each house and are designed
for maximum cost savings.

   - Home Weatherization




                                                                                                                   Housing
                                                                  Actual           Adopted           Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
  Weatherization repairs completed                                 629               677                841

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $      771,941    $     535,560     $      744,983
   Contracts                                                      3,032,503          539,440            539,440
   Supplies                                                          27,733                --                 --
   Equipment                                                         88,967                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --                 --
                                                     Total $      3,921,144    $   1,075,000     $    1,284,423

Allocation by Fund
   ARRA Stimulus                                             $    2,532,387    $           --    $      209,423
   Special Housing Rehabilitation                                 1,388,757        1,075,000          1,075,000
                                                     Total $      3,921,144    $   1,075,000     $    1,284,423

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $            --   $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                          3,921,144        1,075,000          1,284,423
  Permits and Fees                                                        --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                           --               --                 --
                                                     Total $      3,921,144    $   1,075,000     $    1,284,423

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --                --              4.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                        7.0               7.0               7.0
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                --
                                                     Total              7.0               7.0              11.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget includes ARRA Stimulus grant funding for four weatherization positions.




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                                       Public Facilities Support
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
          Public Facilities Support funds renovation projects for agencies that serve low-to-moderate income citizens.

              - Public Facilities
Housing




                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                              2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                       $            --     $          --      $           --
             Contracts                                                          273,060           495,270             495,270
             Supplies                                                                 --                --                  --
             Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
             Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
             Capital Improvements                                                     --                --                  --
                                                                 Total $        273,060      $    495,270       $     495,270

          Allocation by Fund
             Community Development                                     $        273,060      $    495,270       $     495,270
                                                                 Total $        273,060      $    495,270       $     495,270

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                                $            --     $          --      $           --
            Grants                                                              273,060           495,270             495,270
            Permits and Fees                                                          --                --                  --
            Other Revenue                                                             --                --                  --
                                                                 Total $        273,060      $    495,270       $     495,270

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --                 --               --
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                 --               --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --               --
                                                                 Total                  --                 --               --

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects funding levels from the previous fiscal year. Consolidated Plan allocations
          for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                                     Section 108 Debt
Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Section 108 supports significant urban redevelopment efforts with payments from CDBG resources on an
annual basis.

   - Section 108 Debt




                                                                                                                     Housing
                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                             --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                              --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                  1,491,248          1,452,346           1,411,648
                                                     Total $     1,491,248      $   1,452,346      $    1,411,648

Allocation by Fund
   Community Development                                   $     1,491,248      $   1,452,346      $    1,411,648
                                                     Total $     1,491,248      $   1,452,346      $    1,411,648

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $           --     $           --     $            --
  Grants                                                         1,491,248          1,452,346           1,411,648
  Permits and Fees                                                       --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                     Total $     1,491,248      $   1,452,346      $    1,411,648

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                     Total                 --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget funds debt service for the Beacon Hills and 18th and Vine development sites.




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                                          Capital Improvements
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

          Capital Improvements provides funds for renovation projects benefiting local neighborhoods.
Housing




                                                                              Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                             2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                      $            --   $            --   $            --
             Contracts                                                               --                --                --
             Supplies                                                                --                --                --
             Equipment                                                               --                --                --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                --
             Debt Service                                                            --                --                --
             Capital Improvements                                              704,846           901,015         1,000,000
                                                                 Total $       704,846    $      901,015    $    1,000,000

          Allocation by Project
             Eco-Campus Master Plan                                     $       25,667    $            --   $            --
             Swope Parkway                                                      34,310                 --                --
             Beacon Hills Development                                          108,450           901,015         1,000,000
             Shoppers Parkade                                                  536,419                 --                --
                                                                        $      704,846    $      901,015    $    1,000,000


          Allocation by Fund
             Economic Development Intiative Grant                       $      536,419    $            --   $            --
             Capital Improvements                                              168,427           901,015         1,000,000
                                                                 Total $       704,846    $      901,015    $    1,000,000

          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                               $      168,427    $      901,015    $    1,000,000
            Grants                                                             536,419                 --                --
            Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                --
            Other Revenue                                                            --                --                --
                                                                 Total $       704,846    $      901,015    $    1,000,000




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                              Human Relations




                                                                                                  Human Relations
Department Purpose Statement
The Human Relations Department mission is to ensure that all residents of the City of Kansas
City are free to exercise their economic, social and human rights.

Desired Community Outcomes
Economic Growth- Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities
for growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.

Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                              Human Relations
                                    Organization Chart
Human Relations



                                          Citizens of
                                         Kansas City




                                          Mayor &
                                         City Council




                                        City Manager



                                           Human
                                          Relations
                                         Phillip Yelder
                                            Acting
                                          17.0 FTEs




                  MBE/WBE Program      Small Business     Civil Rights




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                                  Human Relations
                                 SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                      Human Relations
                                                           Actual        Adopted        Adopted
                                                          2009-10        2010-11        2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                    $     1,212,831 $       966,244 $    1,342,032
      Economic Growth                                       608,737         197,550        695,303
                                            Total $       1,821,568 $     1,163,794 $    2,037,335

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $       1,293,713 $       875,603 $    1,702,816
      Contracts                                             445,432         273,831        320,159
      Supplies                                               36,987          14,360         14,360
      Equipment                                              45,436               --             --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --              --             --
      Debt Service                                                --              --             --
                                            Total $       1,821,568 $     1,163,794 $    2,037,335

Allocation by Fund
      General                                       $     1,212,831 $       866,244 $    1,242,032
      Community Development Block Grant                     608,737         297,550        795,303
                                            Total $       1,821,568 $     1,163,794 $    2,037,335

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                 $             -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                767,877        358,273         920,136
      Permits and Fees                                            --             --              --
      Other Revenue                                          89,234         20,000         150,000
                                            Total $         857,111 $      378,273 $     1,070,136
Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        35.0           28.0           34.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                0.5              --             --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                           (22.0)         (17.0)         (17.0)
                                            Total               13.5           11.0           17.0




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                                                    Human Relations
                                                         SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Human Relations



                                                                                 Actual       Adopted         Adopted
                  Outcome      Programs and Activities                          2009-10       2010-11         2011-12

                  Governance                                               $    1,212,831 $    966,244    $   1,342,032

                            Human Relations Administration
                              MBE/WBE Monitoring                           $     507,961 $     300,960    $    652,772
                              Section 3                                                --      100,000         100,000
                                                                      Total $    507,961 $     400,960    $    752,772

                            Civil Rights
                               Civil Rights                                $     429,326 $     440,451 $       464,427
                               Human Rights Commission                            40,957             --              --
                               Fair Housing Grant                                182,061       124,833         124,833
                               EEOC Grant                                         52,526             --              --
                                                                      Total $    704,870 $     565,284 $       589,260

                  Economic Growth                                          $     608,737 $     197,550    $    695,303

                            Small Business Assistance                      $     608,737 $     197,550    $    695,303

                            Department Total                               $    1,821,568 $   1,163,794   $   2,037,335




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                                  MBE/WBE Program
Responsible Division: MBE/WBE Program
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                   Human Relations
Contract Compliance programs ensure the participation of Minority Business and Women's Business Enterprise
(MBE/WBE) firms in the City's procurement of construction, professional services, and other services. The
MBE/WBE Program also ensures that the City is in compliance with federal, state, and City contracting.

   -   Prevailing Wage                                        - Workforce Monitoring
   -   MBE/WBE Monitoring                                     - Section 3

                                                                    Actual          Adopted           Adopted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
  Number of payroll and prevailing wage audits                      2,925            3,500             3,500
  Average days to process D/WBE applications                          53               90                90
  Percent of construction projects reporting                         93%              80%               90%

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $     351,823     $      258,926    $    567,206
   Contracts                                                        147,531            130,874         174,406
   Supplies                                                           8,607             11,160          11,160
   Equipment                                                              --                 --              --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --              --
   Debt Service                                                           --                 --              --
                                                      Total $       507,961     $      400,960    $    752,772

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $     507,961     $      300,960    $    652,772
   Community Development Block Grant                                      --           100,000         100,000
                                                      Total $       507,961     $      400,960    $    752,772

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $            --   $            --   $          --
  Grants                                                                   --          100,000         100,000
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --              --
  Other Revenue                                                       89,234            20,000         150,000
                                                      Total $         89,234    $      120,000    $    250,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 22.0              19.0             21.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                    (22.0)            (17.0)           (17.0)
                                                      Total                --              2.0              4.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reinstates positions which were not funded in FY 2010-11. Consolidated Plan allocations
for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                                               Civil Rights Enforcement
                  Responsible Division: Civil Rights
                  Outcome: Governance
Human Relations


                  The Civil Rights Enforcement Division enforces the City's Civil Rights Ordinance which protects our citizens against
                  discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations on the basis of race, national origin, sex,
                  religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, familial status and marital status.

                     -   Civil Rights Enforcement                                -       Human Rights Commission
                     -   Fair Housing Grant                                      -       EEOC Grant

                                                                                            Actual          Adopted           Adopted
                                                                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                           $       590,425    $    524,127      $    545,307
                     Contracts                                                                99,402          37,957            40,753
                     Supplies                                                                 15,043           3,200             3,200
                     Equipment                                                                                     --                --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --              --                --
                     Debt Service                                                                  --              --                --
                                                                         Total $             704,870    $    565,284      $    589,260

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                   $             704,870    $    565,284      $    589,260
                                                                         Total $             704,870    $    565,284      $    589,260

                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $          --     $          --
                    Grants                                                                   159,140          60,723           124,833
                    Permits and Fees                                                               --              --                --
                    Other Revenue                                                                  --              --                --
                                                                         Total $             159,140    $     60,723      $    124,833

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        8.0               8.0             8.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                                 --                --              --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --                --              --
                                                                         Total                   8.0               8.0             8.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                          Small Business Assistance
Responsible Division: Small Business
Outcome: Economic Development




                                                                                                                   Human Relations
The Small Business Development Division which is located in the Lincoln Building at 18th & Vine, provides
professional services which result in the development, growth and economic stability of Kansas City's
entrepreneurial community.

   -   Small Business Assistance

                                                                   Actual           Adopted           Adopted
                                                                  2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $     351,465     $      92,550     $    590,303
   Contracts                                                        198,499           105,000          105,000
   Supplies                                                          13,337                 --               --
   Equipment                                                         45,436                 --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --               --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --               --
                                                      Total $       608,737     $     197,550     $    695,303

Allocation by Fund
   Community Development Block Grant                        $       608,737     $     197,550     $    695,303
                                                      Total $       608,737     $     197,550     $    695,303

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $           --    $           --    $          --
  Grants                                                            608,737           197,550          695,303
  Permits and Fees                                                        --                --               --
  Other Revenue                                                           --                --               --
                                                      Total $       608,737     $     197,550     $    695,303

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  5.0               1.0              5.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                         0.5                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --               --
                                                      Total              5.5               1.0              5.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget restores funding to the FY 2009-10 levels. During FY 2010-11, Council approved an
additional $217,433 of Community Development Block Grant funds for a total allocation of $414,983.
Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                  182
Human Relations
                           Human Resources




                                                                                                  Human Resources
Department Purpose Statement
The Human Resources Department provides a diverse, quality workforce by attracting, retaining,
educating, and competitively compensating employees.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                                          Human Resources
                                                 Organization Chart
Human Resources




                                                      Citizens of
                                                     Kansas City




                                                      Mayor &
                                                     City Council




                                                     City Manager




                                                       Human
                                                      Resources
                                                     Gary O’Bannon
                                                       39.0 FTEs




                                          Benefits                                      Education &
                  Administration                                     Compensation
                                                                                         Training




                                    Labor &
                                                      Recruitment
                                   Employee                                Retirement
                                                      & Selection
                                   Relations




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                                   Human Resources
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                          Human Resources
                                                            Actual          Adopted        Submitted
                                                           2009-10          2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                 $       3,598,939 $       3,535,940 $     3,698,326
                                             Total $       3,598,939 $       3,535,940 $     3,698,326

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      3,046,978 $       3,016,403 $     2,948,587
        Contracts                                            519,309           477,137         707,339
        Supplies                                              32,652            42,400          42,400
        Equipment                                                  --                --              --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --                --              --
        Debt Service                                               --                --              --
                                              Total $      3,598,939 $       3,535,940 $     3,698,326

Allocation by Fund
        General                                    $       3,598,939 $       3,535,940 $     3,698,326
                                             Total $       3,598,939 $       3,535,940 $     3,698,326

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $               -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                         --             --              --
      Permits and Fees                                                              --              --
      Other Revenue                                          110,000          110,000         487,060
                                             Total $         110,000 $        110,000 $       487,060

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       44.0             41.0             41.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                              (2.0)            (2.0)            (2.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --               --
                                             Total              42.0             39.0             39.0




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                                                 Human Resources
                                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Human Resources



                                                                           Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                  Outcome     Programs and Activities                     2009-10        2010-11         2011-12

                  Governance                                          $ 3,598,939 $ 3,535,940 $ 3,698,326

                            Administration
                              Administration                          $    438,599   $    437,735   $     436,618
                              HR Information Systems Support               263,897        283,230         266,010
                                                               Total $     702,496   $    720,965   $     702,628

                            Benefits                                  $    420,276   $    340,162   $     327,601

                            Compensation                              $    435,435   $    443,242   $     457,800

                            Education and Training
                              Education & Development                 $    338,118 $      373,826 $       391,527
                              Tuition Assistance Program                     8,544              --              --
                              Citywide Training                                  --             --        100,000
                                                               Total $     346,662 $      373,826 $       491,527

                            Labor and Employee Relations
                              Equal Employment Opportunity Admin    $       16,658   $    101,000   $     147,109
                              Labor and Employee Relations                 688,412        508,906         519,523
                                                              Total $      705,070   $    609,906   $     666,632

                            Recruitment and Selection                 $    604,435   $    568,091   $     565,078

                            Retirement                                $    384,565   $    479,748   $     487,060

                            Department Total                          $ 3,598,939 $ 3,535,940 $ 3,698,326




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                                          Administration
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                        Human Resources
Administration provides the divisions of the Department with innovative human resources initiatives through
evaluation of personnel policies and functions so that the most effective and efficient utilization of human capital
is maintained.

    - Administration                                             - Human Resources Information Systems Support

                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                               2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
  Turnover rate                                                        n/a               6.5%                6.5%

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     647,147      $     667,190      $     637,910
   Contracts                                                            52,982             50,975             61,918
   Supplies                                                              2,367              2,800              2,800
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                        Total $        702,496      $     720,965      $     702,628

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $        702,496      $     720,965      $     702,628
                                                        Total $        702,496      $     720,965      $     702,628

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --               --
                                                        Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     7.0                7.0               7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                        Total               7.0                7.0               7.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                                                                    Benefits
                  Responsible Division: Benefits
Human Resources


                  Outcome: Governance
                  The Benefits Division advocates for the health of all City employees and administers the various insurance plans
                  available to City employees.

                      - Benefits

                                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                  Performance Indicators                                            2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                    Number of Wellness programs offered                               455                360                 360
                    Number of employees participating in wellness program             n/a               3,000               3,300

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                      $     368,086      $    271,795       $     261,731
                     Contracts                                                         50,828            66,367              63,870
                     Supplies                                                           1,362             2,000               2,000
                     Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
                     Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                                        Total $       420,276      $    340,162       $     327,601

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                  $       420,276      $    340,162       $     327,601
                                                                        Total $       420,276      $    340,162       $     327,601

                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
                    Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
                    Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
                    Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                                        Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  5.0               5.0                 5.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --             (1.0)               (1.0)
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                  --
                                                                        Total              5.0               4.0                 4.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                                          Compensation
Responsible Division: Compensation
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                      Human Resources
The Compensation Division administers all payroll and classification functions for City employees so that they are
promptly paid and accurately classified for the performance of their work responsibilities.


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     421,398      $    425,605       $     402,204
   Contracts                                                          11,749            14,637              52,596
   Supplies                                                            2,288             3,000               3,000
   Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                                                      Total $        435,435      $    443,242       $     457,800

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $        435,435      $    443,242       $     457,800
                                                      Total $        435,435      $    443,242       $     457,800

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                      Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   6.0               6.0                6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                 --
                                                      Total               6.0               6.0                6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an additional $40,000 for benchmarking and market salary surveys.




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                                                Education and Training
                  Responsible Division: Training and Development
Human Resources


                  Outcome: Governance
                  The Education and Training Division provides educational classes, materials, and assistance to City employees
                  so that consistent knowledge, skills, and abilities are developed throughout all City departments.


                                                                                     Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                  Performance Indicators                                            2009-10             2010-11             2011-12
                    Education and Development training hours provided               13,263              12,000              12,000

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                      $      210,866     $     213,887       $     213,378
                     Contracts                                                         112,010           133,739             251,949
                     Supplies                                                           23,786            26,200              26,200
                     Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
                     Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                                                                        Total $        346,662     $     373,826       $     491,527

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                  $        346,662     $     373,826       $     491,527
                                                                        Total $        346,662     $     373,826       $     491,527

                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $              --   $           --
                    Grants                                                                    --                  --               --
                    Permits and Fees                                                          --                  --               --
                    Other Revenue                                                             --                  --               --
                                                                        Total $               --   $              --   $           --

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   3.0              3.0                 3.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --               --                  --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                  --
                                                                        Total               3.0              3.0                 3.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an additional $100,000 for citywide ethics training.




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                      Labor and Employee Relations
Responsible Division: Labor and Employee Relations
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                        Human Resources
The Labor and Employee Relations Division works to resolve issues on behalf of City staff so that they are
equitably treated during and after performance of their work responsibilities.

      - Equal Employment Opportunity Administration               - Labor and Employee Relations

                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                              2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
  Grievances received                                                 n/a                100                 100
  % grievances upheld                                                 n/a                20%                 20%
  Performance Appraisal appeals received                              n/a                 12                  12
  % performance appraisal appeals upheld                              n/a                60%                 60%

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $       533,476      $    487,122       $     473,972
   Contracts                                                          169,998           119,984             189,860
   Supplies                                                             1,596             2,800               2,800
   Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                      Total $         705,070      $    609,906       $     666,632

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $         705,070      $    609,906       $     666,632
                                                      Total $         705,070      $    609,906       $     666,632

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $               --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                      Total $                 --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    8.0               7.0                 7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (1.0)             (1.0)               (1.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                  --
                                                      Total                7.0               6.0                 6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget adds $50,000 for EEOC Administration and fully funds the Employee Assistance Program
with an increase of $12,000.




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                                             Recruitment and Selection
                  Responsible Division: Recruitment and Selection
Human Resources


                  Outcome: Governance
                  The Recruitment and Selection Division engages potential City employees via area job fairs, advertisements,
                  and local colleges so that City departments have access to a pool of highly qualified candidates.


                                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                  Performance Indicators                                           2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                    Average time to fill positions (days)                            70                 60                  60

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                     $     515,424      $    480,935       $     482,211
                     Contracts                                                        88,121            83,556              79,267
                     Supplies                                                            890             3,600               3,600
                     Equipment                                                             --                --                  --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                --                  --
                     Debt Service                                                          --                --                  --
                                                                       Total $       604,435      $    568,091       $     565,078

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                 $       604,435      $    568,091       $     565,078
                                                                       Total $       604,435      $    568,091       $     565,078

                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $            --
                    Grants                                                                   --                 --                --
                    Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --                --
                    Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                --
                                                                       Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 9.0               8.0                 8.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --                --                  --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                --                  --
                                                                       Total              9.0               8.0                 8.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  There are no significant changes to the budget.




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                                             Retirement
Responsible Division: Retirement
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                        Human Resources
The Retirement Division administers competitive and secure retirement benefit plans, including deferred
compensation and surviving spouse annuity to retirees and their beneficiaries for their financial security and
health care.


                                                                     Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                    2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $     350,581     $     469,869     $      477,181
   Contracts                                                           33,621             7,879              7,879
   Supplies                                                               363             2,000              2,000
   Equipment                                                                --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                 --
                                                       Total $        384,565     $     479,748     $      487,060

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $        384,565     $     479,748     $      487,060
                                                       Total $        384,565     $     479,748     $      487,060

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --    $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                                    --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                       110,000           110,000            487,060
                                                       Total $        110,000     $     110,000     $      487,060

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    6.0               5.0                 5.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (1.0)                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                  --
                                                       Total               5.0               5.0                 5.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget anticipates that the full cost of administering the retirement program will be reimbursed
from the Employees' Retirement and the Firefighters' Pension Systems.




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                  194
Human Resources
                      Information Technology




                                                                                                   Information Technology
                                                                                                     Information Technology
Department Purpose Statement
The Information Technology Department provides strategic information technology services to all
City departments and constituents in order to develop an enterprise-wide technology architecture
to drive standards which enable information sharing and maximize return on technology
investments.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                                          Information Technology
Information Technology

                                                       Organization Chart




                                                              Citizens of
                                                             Kansas City




                                                              Mayor &
                                                             City Council




                                                             City Manager




                                                               Information
                                                               Technology
                                                               Ivan Drinks
                                                                82.0 FTEs




                                                Enterprise                     Customer         Strategy &
                         Administration       Infrastructure                  Relationship       Planning
                                              Management                      Management
                                           • Aviation                        • Personal      • Information
                                           • Business Application              Computer        Technology
                                             Support                           Management      Planning
                                           • Court Management                                • Quality
                                             System                                            Management
                                           • Database
                                             Administration
                                           • Enterprise Resource
                                             Planning
                                           • Geographic
                                             Information System
                                           • Intra/Internet Services
                                           • KIVA Permitting
                                             Systems
                                           • Public Safety
                                             Systems
                                           • Revenue System/
                                             Mainframe




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                         Information Technology




                                                                                                           Information Technology
                               SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                           Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                          2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
     Governance                                   $      15,342,320    $   15,017,021    $   13,611,101
                                            Total $      15,342,320    $   15,017,021    $   13,611,101

Allocation by Expense Category
     Salaries and Benefits                       $        7,803,798    $    7,478,197    $    7,144,173
     Contracts                                            5,061,379         4,228,559         3,550,125
     Supplies                                                75,301            54,875            54,875
     Equipment                                               88,362           550,000           550,000
     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                --
     Debt Service                                         2,313,480         2,705,390         2,311,928
     Capital Improvements                                         --                --                --
                                           Total $       15,342,320    $   15,017,021    $   13,611,101

Allocation by Fund
     General                                      $      15,342,320    $   15,017,021    $   13,611,101
                                            Total $      15,342,320    $   15,017,021    $   13,611,101

Revenue
    Dedicated Tax                                    $            --   $            --   $            --
    Grants                                                        --                --                --
    Permits and Fees                                         43,804            35,000            35,000
    Other Revenue                                                 --                --                --
                                            Total $          43,804    $       35,000    $       35,000

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                     102.0              97.0              97.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                             (1.0)            (15.0)            (15.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             --                --                --
                                            Total             101.0              82.0              82.0




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                                                      Information Technology
Information Technology

                                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                        Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                         Outcome     Programs and Activities                           2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

                         Governance                                               $   15,342,320 $      15,017,021 $      13,611,101

                                   Administration                                 $      848,505    $      725,421    $      737,983

                                   Court Management System                        $      370,563    $      408,971    $      466,962

                                   Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                                     Enterprise Infrastructure Management     $         1,169,995 $       1,122,712   $     1,114,113
                                     System and Application Management                  1,171,958           845,949           828,128
                                     Database Management                                  956,985           866,433           261,558
                                     Oracle ELA Debt                                      370,174           370,175            30,848
                                     Lotus Notes Conversion Debt                                --          560,000           528,898
                                                                        Total $         3,669,112 $       3,765,269   $     2,763,545

                                   Enterprise/Public Safety Support               $      712,137    $      786,283    $     1,204,344

                                   Enterprise Systems Maintenance
                                     Enterprise Systems                           $     1,942,979   $     1,786,243   $     1,277,764
                                     Enterprise Resources Project Debt                  1,263,956         1,262,269         1,276,975
                                                                         Total $        3,206,935   $     3,048,512   $     2,554,739

                                   Geographic Info System
                                     GIS Upgrade Debt                             $       386,354   $       384,726   $       387,209
                                     Geographic Info System                             1,000,145           971,909           810,607
                                                                         Total $        1,386,499   $     1,356,635   $     1,197,816

                                   Informaion Technology Planning
                                      Business Solutions, R&D                     $      286,489    $      283,695    $      267,100
                                      Quality Management                                 192,150           190,327           194,316
                                                                         Total $         478,639    $      474,022    $      461,416

                                   Intra/Internet Services
                                      Web Development/Domino/Notes                $      834,262    $      412,945    $      334,513

                                   Municipal/KIVA Permitting Systems
                                     KIVA Upgrade Debt                            $       22,464    $       88,792    $       87,998
                                     Municipal Systems                                   374,960           307,179           188,000
                                                                         Total $         397,424    $      395,971    $      275,998




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                            Information Technology




                                                                                                          Information Technology
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                         Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                     2009-10           2010-11           2011-12

          Personal Computer Support
            Desktop Support                     $        1,205,353   $     1,867,034   $     1,855,649
            Helpdesk                                       355,225           312,135           238,086
            PC Lifecycle Debt                              270,472            39,428                 --
            Technology Training                            311,562           121,337           235,283
            Technology Support                             464,026           460,141           445,142
                                           Total $       2,606,638   $     2,800,075   $     2,774,160

          Revenue Systems                       $         831,606    $      842,917    $      839,625

          Department Total                      $      15,342,320 $      15,017,021 $      13,611,101




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                                                                   Administration
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Administration
                         Outcome: Governance
                         Administration provides planning and management services in order to develop City-wide and strategic technology
                         services to all City departments and constituents, which in turn develops an enterprise-wide technology architecture
                         to drive standards, enabling information sharing and maximizing return on technology investments.

                                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                             2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                       $      708,930      $    626,054       $     608,176
                            Contracts                                                           64,295            86,867             117,307
                            Supplies                                                            75,280            12,500              12,500
                            Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                                                Total $        848,505      $    725,421       $     737,983

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                   $        848,505      $    725,421       $     737,983
                                                                                Total $        848,505      $    725,421       $     737,983

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
                           Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                           Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                           Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                                Total $                --   $             --   $           --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    7.0               6.0                6.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                 --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                 --
                                                                                Total               7.0               6.0                6.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects a change in how the City manages information technology. An application
                         vendor structure of support will be utilized to ensure that enterprise applications have improved reliability
                         and responsiveness. The maintenance costs for application support have been distributed city-wide, resulting
                         in reduced operational expenses in the Information Technology Department.




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                           Court Management System




                                                                                                                      Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance
Court Management Support provides application support and services for the specific needs of Municipal Court.


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     402,391 $         402,034       $     452,228
   Contracts                                                         (31,828)            5,337              13,134
   Supplies                                                                --            1,600               1,600
   Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                                                       Total $       370,563 $         408,971       $     466,962

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       370,563      $    408,971       $     466,962
                                                       Total $       370,563      $    408,971       $     466,962

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                 --               --
                                                       Total $               --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    4.0               4.0               5.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                --
                                                       Total               4.0               4.0               5.0

Changes to the Budget
Information Technology has reallocated personnel and monetary resources to address the implementation
of the REJIS system in the Municipal Court. A position has been re-assigned to address that higher priority
program.




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                                       Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance
                         Enterprise Infrastructure Management provides a stable, adaptive network infrastructure which supports current
                         applications and future technologies.

                            -   Enterprise Infrastructure Management                   -       Oracle Debt
                            -   System and Application Management                      -       Lotus Notes Conversion Debt


                                                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                          $     1,532,351      $   1,464,340      $    1,449,369
                            Contracts                                                            1,766,587          1,365,954             749,630
                            Supplies                                                                     --             4,800               4,800
                            Equipment                                                                    --                 --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                           370,174            930,175             559,746
                                                                               Total $           3,669,112      $   3,765,269      $    2,763,545

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                  $           3,669,112      $   3,765,269      $    2,763,545
                                                                               Total $           3,669,112      $   3,765,269      $    2,763,545

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                   $               --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                          --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                                --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                                   --                 --                --
                                                                               Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      15.0               15.0                16.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                 --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                  --
                                                                               Total                  15.0               15.0                16.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers a position from Municipal Systems as part of the Information Technology
                         reallocation initiative.




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                   Enterprise/Public Safety Support




                                                                                                                         Information Technology
Responsible Division: Customer Relationship Management
Outcome: Governance
Enterprise & Public Safety Support provides technology support and services for Aviation, Water Services and
public safety departments.

   -   Aviation and Water Services technology support           -       Public Safety records management
   -   CAD Maintenance

                                                                           Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                                                                          2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $      198,225     $    200,146    $      189,430
   Contracts                                                               513,912          585,337         1,014,114
   Supplies                                                                      --             800               800
   Equipment                                                                     --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                                  --               --                --
                                                        Total $            712,137     $    786,283    $    1,204,344

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $            712,137     $    786,283    $    1,204,344
                                                        Total $            712,137     $    786,283    $    1,204,344

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $            --    $          --   $            --
  Grants                                                                         --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          24,370                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --               --                --
                                                        Total $             24,370     $          --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        10.0            17.0              17.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --          (15.0)            (15.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --              --                --
                                                        Total                  10.0             2.0               2.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $420,000 for Information Technology taking on the full
cost of the CAD/RMS maintenance.




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                                              Enterprise System Maintenance
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance
                         PeopleSoft is the City's enterprise management system that integrates finance, procurement, human resources,
                         payroll and benefits.

                            -   Enterprise Systems                                      - PeopleSoft Maintenance

                                                                                             Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                            2009-10             2010-11             2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,325,017       $   1,284,832      $    1,113,365
                            Contracts                                                         617,962             495,811             158,799
                            Supplies                                                                --              5,600               5,600
                            Equipment                                                               --                  --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                  --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                    1,263,956           1,262,269           1,276,975
                                                                                Total $     3,206,935       $   3,048,512      $    2,554,739

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                   $     3,206,935       $   3,048,512      $    2,554,739
                                                                                Total $     3,206,935       $   3,048,512      $    2,554,739

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                $             --    $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                     --                  --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                           --                  --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                              --                  --                --
                                                                                Total $               --    $             --   $            --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    24.0             13.0                12.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                           (1.0)               --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --               --                  --
                                                                                Total               23.0             13.0                12.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers one position to Inter/Intranet Services.




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                    Geographic Information Systems




                                                                                                                          Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance
Geographic Information Systems maintains an electronic data mapping system of Kansas City, Missouri and
provides spatial manipulation of data for the organization and the general public so that accurate and informative
mapping is available for use.

   -   Geographic Info System                                   -       GIS Upgrade Debt

                                                                           Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                          2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $       701,447    $     666,208    $      652,185
   Contracts                                                                298,698          239,326            92,047
   Supplies                                                                       --          16,375            16,375
   Equipment                                                                      --          50,000            50,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                        --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                             386,354          384,726           387,209
                                                        Total $           1,386,499    $   1,356,635    $    1,197,816

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $           1,386,499    $   1,356,635    $    1,197,816
                                                        Total $           1,386,499    $   1,356,635    $    1,197,816

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                          --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                           19,434           35,000            35,000
  Other Revenue                                                                   --               --                --
                                                        Total $              19,434    $      35,000    $       35,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         9.0              9.0               9.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --               --                --
                                                        Total                   9.0              9.0               9.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                            Information Technology Planning
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Strategy and Planning
                         Outcome: Governance

                         Strategy and Planning provides technological strategy consulting and project management services by creating
                         partnerships with City departments for the purpose of identifying and aiding in the efficient implementation of
                         technology solutions.

                            -   Business Solutions                                      - Quality Management
                            -   Research and Development

                                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                         Performance Indicators                                             2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                           Number of projects initiated                                       n/a                10                  10
                           Number of projects completed                                       n/a                 7                   7


                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                       $     460,388      $    463,456       $     441,030
                            Contracts                                                          18,230             8,566              18,386
                            Supplies                                                               21             2,000               2,000
                            Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
                                                                                Total $       478,639      $    474,022       $     461,416

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                   $       478,639      $    474,022       $     461,416
                                                                                Total $       478,639      $    474,022       $     461,416

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                                                Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   5.0               5.0                5.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                 --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                 --
                                                                                Total              5.0               5.0                5.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                               Intra/Internet Services




                                                                                                                     Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance
Intra/Internet Services provides leadership on emerging web technologies and maintains the City's web presence.

   -   Web Development/Domino/Notes

                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $     346,707      $    369,275       $     316,931
   Contracts                                                        487,555            42,470              16,382
   Supplies                                                               --            1,200               1,200
   Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                      Total $       834,262      $    412,945       $     334,513

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $       834,262      $    412,945       $     334,513
                                                      Total $       834,262      $    412,945       $     334,513

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                      Total $               --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  4.0              4.0                 4.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --               --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                  --
                                                      Total              4.0              4.0                 4.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers one position from Enterprise System Maintenance and transfers one
position to the Office of the City Manager.




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                                         Municipal / KIVA Permitting Systems
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance
                         KIVA provides access to the City's Land Information System that is the basis of all land development processes,
                         construction permitting, inspections, request for services, and related applications and processes administered
                         by the City.

                                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                            2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                      $       72,675      $     76,916       $           --
                            Contracts                                                         191,256           229,863             187,600
                            Supplies                                                                --              400                 400
                            Equipment                                                         110,969                 --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                       22,524            88,792              87,998
                                                                               Total $        397,424      $    395,971       $     275,998

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                  $        397,424      $    395,971       $     275,998
                                                                               Total $        397,424      $    395,971       $     275,998

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                                               Total $                --   $             --   $            --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   1.0              1.0                    --
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --               --                   --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                   --
                                                                               Total               1.0              1.0                    --

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers a position to Enterprise Infrastructure Management as part of the
                         Information Technology reallocation initiative.




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                         Personal Computer Support




                                                                                                                           Information Technology
Responsible Division: Customer Relationship Management
Outcome: Governance
Personal Computer Operations ensures that the highest level of customer relationships are achieved by
providing tools, training and channels of communication through a single point of contact for all technology
service requests.

   -   Desktop Support                                          -       PC Lifecycle Debt
   -   PC Lifecycle                                             -       Helpdesk
   -   Technology Training & Support

                                                                          Actual            Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicator                                                    2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
  Helpdesk tickets opened                                                329,413            29,100            27,432
  Helpdesk tickets closed                                                30,832             31,416            28,140

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $     1,754,742 $       1,623,490    $    1,629,865
   Contracts                                                                604,031           628,757           635,895
   Supplies                                                                       --            8,400             8,400
   Equipment                                                                (22,607)          500,000           500,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                        --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                             270,472            39,428                 --
                                                        Total $           2,606,638 $       2,800,075    $    2,774,160

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $           2,606,638    $    2,800,075    $    2,774,160
                                                        Total $           2,606,638    $    2,800,075    $    2,774,160

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $             --   $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                                          --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                                --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                   --                --                --
                                                        Total $                   --   $            --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        20.0              20.0              20.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --                --                --
                                                        Total                  20.0              20.0              20.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                            Revenue Systems
Information Technology

                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance
                         Revenue Systems maintains the City's tax information system, including: case management, returns processing,
                         taxpayer accounting, correspondence architecture, revenue accounting, and taxpayer information.

                            -   Revenue Systems

                                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                          2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                     $    300,925       $    301,446       $     291,594
                            Contracts                                                      530,681            540,271             546,831
                            Supplies                                                             --             1,200               1,200
                            Equipment                                                            --                 --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --                 --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                         --                 --                  --
                                                                              Total $      831,606       $    842,917       $     839,625

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                 $      831,606       $    842,917       $     839,625
                                                                              Total $      831,606       $    842,917       $     839,625

                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $           --
                           Grants                                                                   --                 --               --
                           Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --               --
                           Other Revenue                                                            --                 --               --
                                                                              Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                3.0               3.0                 3.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --                --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --                --                  --
                                                                              Total             3.0               3.0                 3.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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   Kansas City Area Transportation Authority




                                                                                                       Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                                                                     Kansas City Area TransportationAuthority
Department Purpose Statement
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority provides reliable and affordable transit services to
all residents in and visitors to the metropolitan area.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                                            Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                          Organization Chart
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority




                                                                    Citizens of
                                                                   Kansas City




                                                                    Mayor &
                                                                   City Council




                                                                  City Manager




                                                                   Public Works




                                                                 Public Works
                                                                 Administration

                                                           •	 Area	Transportation	Authority
                                                           •	 Special	Transit	Services




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       Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                       Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                          Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                         2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                            $       42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424
                                           Total $       42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $               -- $            -- $            --
      Contracts                                             201,000         201,000         201,000
      Supplies                                                    --              --              --
      Equipment                                                   --              --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            41,981,667      40,605,126      43,104,424
      Debt Service                                                --              --              --
                                            Total $      42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424

Allocation by Fund
      Public Mass Transportation                   $     22,513,560 $    20,071,641 $    22,049,224
      KCATA Sales Tax                                    19,669,107      20,734,485      21,256,200
                                           Total $       42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $     42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424
      Grants                                                      --              --              --
      Permits and Fees                                            --              --              --
      Other Revenue                                               --              --              --
                                           Total $       42,182,667 $    40,806,126 $    43,305,424

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                           --              --             --
   Less: Charges to Other Departments                              --              --             --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                               --              --             --
                                           Total                   --              --             --




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                                                  Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority



                                                                                                   Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                            Outcome     Programs and Activities                   2009-10           2009-10           2011-12

                                            Economic Growth                                  $   42,182,667 $      40,806,126 $      43,305,424

                                                      Area Transportation Authority          $    41,981,667   $    40,605,126   $    43,104,424

                                                      Special Transit Services               $      201,000    $      201,000    $      201,000

                                                      Department Total                       $   42,182,667 $      40,806,126 $      43,305,424




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                       Area Transportation Authority
Responsible Division: Public Works Administration




                                                                                                                       Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) provides reliable and efficient public transportation so
that the needs of a majority of transit-dependent residents are met and transportation alternatives to single-
occupancy vehicle trips are offered.

    - ATA Operations


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $            --     $            --    $            --
   Contracts                                                               --                  --                 --
   Supplies                                                                --                  --                 --
   Equipment                                                               --                  --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        41,981,667          40,605,126         43,104,424
   Debt Service                                                            --                  --                 --
                                                      Total $     41,981,667      $   40,605,126     $   43,104,424

Allocation by Fund
   Public Mass Transportation                                 $   22,312,560      $   19,870,641     $   21,848,224
   KCATA Sales Tax                                                19,669,107          20,734,485         21,256,200
                                                      Total $     41,981,667      $   40,605,126     $   43,104,424

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $   41,981,667      $   40,605,126     $   43,104,424
  Grants                                                                   --                  --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                  --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                  --                 --
                                                      Total $     41,981,667      $   40,605,126     $   43,104,424

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      --                 --                --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                --
                                                      Total                  --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget for the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority increases by $2,499,298 or 6%, over
the total funding provided in FY 2010-11.




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                                                                         Special Transit Services
                                            Responsible Division: Public Works Administration
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority

                                            Outcome: Economic Growth
                                            The Special Transit Services Program provides an additional subsidy for developmentally disabled transportation
                                            operations of the Jackson County Board of Development Services beyond what is generated by the Jackson
                                            County property tax levy for this purpose.

                                                - Developmentally Disabled Transportation


                                                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                              2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                                            Allocation by Expense Category
                                               Salaries and Benefits                                     $            --     $          --      $           --
                                               Contracts                                                        201,000           201,000             201,000
                                               Supplies                                                               --                --                  --
                                               Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
                                               Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
                                               Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000       $     201,000

                                            Allocation by Fund
                                               Public Mass Transportation                              $        201,000      $    201,000       $     201,000
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000       $     201,000

                                            Revenue
                                              Dedicated Tax                                              $      201,000      $    201,000       $     201,000
                                              Grants                                                                  --                --                  --
                                              Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                  --
                                              Other Revenue                                                           --                --                  --
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000       $     201,000

                                            Personnel
                                              No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                 --               --
                                              Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --               --
                                              Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --               --
                                                                                                 Total                  --                 --               --

                                            Changes to the Budget
                                            There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                        Kansas City Museum




                                                                                               Kansas City Museum
Department Purpose Statement
The Kansas City Museum provides premium regional venues for public education and community
entertainment for the metropolitan area.

Desired Community Outcome
Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunities for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.




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                     Kansas City Museum
Kansas City Museum


                        Organization Chart




                               Citizens of
                              Kansas City




                               Mayor &
                              City Council




                             City Manager




                               General
                               Services




                              Facilities
                             Management

                         •	 Kansas	City	Museum




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                               Kansas City Museum
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                       Kansas City Museum
                                                          Actual        Adopted         Submitted
                                                         2009-10        2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                            $       1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582
                                           Total $       1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $              -- $            -- $             --
      Contracts                                              7,761           8,290            8,290
      Supplies                                                   --              --               --
      Equipment                                                  --              --               --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            1,382,436       1,439,326        1,435,292
      Debt Service                                               --              --               --
                                            Total $      1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582

Allocation by Fund
      Museum                                     $       1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582
                                           Total $       1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $     1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582
      Grants                                                     --              --               --
      Permits and Fees                                           --              --               --
      Other Revenue                                              --              --               --
                                           Total $       1,390,197 $     1,447,616 $      1,443,582

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                           --             --              --
   Charges to/from Other Departments                               --             --              --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                               --             --              --
                                           Total                   --             --              --




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                                                  Kansas City Museum
Kansas City Museum

                                                       SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                         Actual       Adopted       Submitted
                     Outcome     Programs and Activities                2009-10       2010-11        2011-12

                     Economic Growth                                $   1,390,197 $   1,447,616 $   1,443,582

                               Kansas City Museum                   $   1,390,197 $   1,447,616 $   1,443,582




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                                Kansas City Museum
Responsible Department: General Services - Facilities Management




                                                                                                                     Kansas City Museum
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Kansas City Museum provides educational public programming and emphasizes the importance of regional
history and science.


                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                         7,761              8,290               8,290
   Supplies                                                              --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       1,382,436          1,439,326           1,435,292
   Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                    Total $      1,390,197      $   1,447,616      $    1,443,582

Allocation by Fund
   Museum                                                 $      1,390,197      $   1,447,616      $    1,443,582
                                                    Total $      1,390,197      $   1,447,616      $    1,443,582

Revenue
  Property Tax                                               $   1,390,197      $   1,447,616      $    1,443,582
  Grants                                                                 --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                    Total $      1,390,197      $   1,447,616      $    1,443,582

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --                --
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                        --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                    Total                  --                 --                --

Changes to the Budget
Property owners pay 18.5 cents per $1,000 assessed valuation of property for the Kansas City Musuem's
operations and programming.




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Kansas City Museum
                                              Law




                                                                                                       Law
Department Purpose Statement
The Law Department provides legal services to the City and its elected officials, staff, and various
boards and committees.

Desired Community Outcomes
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest
urban centers in the United States.




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                                            Law
                                      Organization Chart



                                            Citizens of
                                           Kansas City
Law




       Municipal                           Mayor &
      Court Judges                        City Council




                                          City Manager




                         Law
                     Galen Beaufort
                       33.4 FTEs




                 Domestic                   Municipal
              Violence Court                  Court          Legal Services
                 Program                   Prosecution
                                                           • Construction Legal Services
                                                           • Neighborhood Legal Services
                                                           • Risk Management - Legal Claims




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                                              Law
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                           2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                     $     2,352,206 $     2,568,795 $     2,738,657
      Public Safety                                          283,010         232,553         362,080




                                                                                                        Law
                                             Total $       2,635,216 $     2,801,348 $     3,100,737

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $        2,374,646 $     2,497,713 $     2,768,061
      Contracts                                              156,203         220,181         255,394
      Supplies                                               104,367          83,454          77,282
      Equipment                                                    --              --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --              --              --
      Debt Service                                                 --              --              --
                                            Total $        2,635,216 $     2,801,348 $     3,100,737

Allocation by Fund
      General                                        $     2,352,206 $     2,490,275 $     2,385,933
      Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                   213,361         232,553         362,080
      ARRA Stimulus                                           69,649               --              --
      Capital Improvements                                         --              --        302,724
      Community Development Block Grant                            --         78,520          50,000
                                             Total $       2,635,216 $     2,801,348 $     3,100,737

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $             -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                  99,254        122,123         310,600
      Permits and Fees                                       136,792        140,808         140,808
      Other Revenue                                          883,065         50,000          50,000
                                             Total $       1,119,111 $      312,931 $       501,408

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        46.4           43.4             42.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                               (7.8)          (9.8)            (8.6)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                            (7.0)          (4.0)               --
                                             Total              31.6           29.6             33.4




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                                                    Law
                                        SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                     Actual       Adopted       Submitted
      Outcome     Programs and Activities                           2009-10       2010-11        2011-12

      Governance                                               $ 2,352,206 $ 2,568,795 $ 2,738,657
Law




                Legal Services
                  Corporate Services                           $    1,789,246 $   1,904,171 $    2,056,504
                  Litigation                                          562,960       586,104        347,038
                  Neighborhood Legal Services                               --       78,520        335,115
                                                          Total $   2,352,206 $   2,568,795 $    2,738,657

      Public Safety                                            $    283,010 $     232,553 $      362,080

                Domestic Violence Court Program
                  Domestic Violence Court Program              $     166,516 $     104,684 $      130,000
                  Domestic Violence Court Grants                     116,494       127,869        232,080
                                                          Total $    283,010 $     232,553 $      362,080

                Department Total                               $ 2,635,216 $ 2,801,348 $ 3,100,737




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                                          Legal Services
Responsible Division: Legal Services
Outcome: Governance
Legal Services provides legal and litigation services to the City and its elected officials, staff, and various boards
and committees so that they may act in conformance with the law.

    - Corporate Services                                          - Litigation
    - Neighborhood Legal Services




                                                                                                                           Law
                                                                        Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2009-10           2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    2,099,927     $    2,280,633     $    2,412,663
   Contracts                                                             150,776            213,562            251,394
   Supplies                                                              101,503             74,600             74,600
   Equipment                                                                   --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                          Total $      2,352,206     $    2,568,795     $    2,738,657

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $    2,352,206     $    2,490,275     $    2,385,933
   Capital Improvements                                                        --                 --           302,724
   Community Development Block Grant                                           --            78,520             50,000
                                                          Total $      2,352,206     $    2,568,795     $    2,738,657

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $            --    $            --    $            --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --            78,520
  Permits and Fees                                                       136,792            140,808            140,808
  Other Revenue                                                          883,065             50,000             50,000
                                                          Total $      1,019,857     $      190,808     $      269,328

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      41.0               38.0               36.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             (7.8)              (9.8)              (8.6)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          (7.0)              (4.0)                 --
                                                          Total              26.2               24.2               27.4

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget for Legal Services includes dedicated funding for Construction Legal Services in the
Capital Improvements Fund. Previously, these services were charged to capital improvement projects in various
departments. Two positions are transferred to the Risk Management Program in the Legal Expense Fund.




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                         Domestic Violence Court Program
      Responsible Division: Domestic Violence Court Program
      Outcome: Public Safety
      Domestic Violence Court Program provides ancillary services to the court, so that violations are efficiently and
      effectively prosecuted.

          - Domestic Violence Court Services                          - State Service to Victims Grant SSVF
          - Domestic Violence Court Enhancement Grant                 - Violence Against Women Act Grant
Law




          - Domestic Violence Victim Assistance SSVFII Grant

                                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                           2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
      Allocation by Expense Category
         Salaries and Benefits                                        $      274,719     $     217,080     $     355,398
         Contracts                                                             5,427             6,619             4,000
         Supplies                                                              2,864             8,854             2,682
         Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
         Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                --
         Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                              Total $        283,010     $     232,553     $     362,080

      Allocation by Fund
         ARRA Stimulus                                                $       69,649     $           --    $           --
         Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                                213,361           232,553           362,080
                                                              Total $        283,010     $     232,553     $     362,080

      Revenue
        Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --    $           --    $           --
        Grants                                                                99,254           122,123           232,080
        Permits and Fees                                                           --                --                --
        Other Revenue                                                              --                --                --
                                                              Total $         99,254     $     122,123     $     232,080

      Personnel
        No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     5.4               5.4                  6.0
        Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                   --
        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                   --
                                                              Total               5.4               5.4                  6.0


      Changes to the Budget
      The FY 2011-12 Budget includes $232,080 in grants, an increase of $109,957 from FY 2010-11.




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                                Municipal Court




                                                                                                          Municipal Court
                                                                                                         Municipal Court
Department Purpose Statement
The Municipal Court provides proper and efficient adjudication of all City ordinance violations and
provides for the proper collection, custody, and disbursement of City monies collected.

Desired Community Outcome
Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest urban
centers in the United States.




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                                    Municipal Court
                                     Organization Chart
Municipal Court




                                                Citizens of
                                               Kansas City




                  Municipal Court               Mayor &
                     Judges                    City Council




                                              City Manager




                                             Municipal Court
                                               John Franklin
                                                  Acting
                                                100.8 FTEs

                                      •   Indigent Court Defense
                                      •   Municipal Court Administration
                                      •   Municipal Crime Commission
                                      •   Municipal Court Technology
                                      •   Pensions of Municipal Court Judges




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                                      Municipal Court
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                       Municipal Court
                                                           Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                                                           2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Safety                              $       9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505
                                             Total $       9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      5,626,203 $     6,125,055 $    6,369,100
        Contracts                                          3,100,604       2,970,609      3,734,693
        Supplies                                             145,864         156,212        132,712
        Equipment                                             75,000         500,000              --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --              --             --
        Debt Service                                         195,057               --       500,000
                                              Total $      9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505

Allocation by Department
        Municipal Court                              $     8,248,297 $     8,818,677 $    9,711,760
        Law Department                                       894,431         933,199      1,024,745
                                             Total $       9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505

Allocation by Fund
        General                                    $       9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505
                                             Total $       9,142,728 $     9,751,876 $   10,736,505

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $             -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                       --             --              --
      Permits and Fees                                       538,695        607,700         607,700
      Other Revenue                                                --             --              --
                                             Total $         538,695 $      607,700 $       607,700

Personnel:
    Municipal Court
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       78.3           81.3            81.3
    Charges to/from Other Departments                              --             --              --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --             --              --

    Law Department
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       19.0           17.5            19.5
    Charges to/from Other Departments                              --             --              --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --             --              --
                                             Total              97.3           98.8           100.8




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                                                      Municipal Court
                                                     SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Municipal Court



                                                                             Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                  Outcome     Programs and Activities                        2009-10           2010-11            2011-12

                  Public Safety                                          $   9,142,728 $       9,751,876 $       10,736,505

                            Municipal Court
                              Municipal Court Administration           $              --   $      313,411    $       409,897
                              Municipal Court Adminstrative Support                   --                --           553,224
                              Municipal Court Operations                      6,997,978         3,281,477          3,057,944
                              Municipal Crime Commission                         45,000            45,000             45,000
                              Municipal Court Technology                        270,057           500,000            500,000
                              Court Officials                                         --                --         1,689,321
                              Court Support Services                                  --        3,814,657          2,239,902
                              Pensions of Municipal Court Judges                 25,587            28,000             28,000
                              Health Care Foundation Grant GKC                   71,283                 --           257,140
                                                                 Total $      7,409,905    $    7,982,545    $     8,780,428

                            Indigent Legal Defense                       $     838,392     $     836,132     $      931,332

                            Municipal Court Prosecution                  $     894,431     $     933,199     $     1,024,745

                            Department Total                             $   9,142,728 $       9,751,876 $       10,736,505




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                                        Municipal Court
Responsible Division: Municipal Court
Outcome: Public Safety




                                                                                                                       Municipal Court
The Municipal Court adjudicates all cases docketed and probations ordered. It ensures all City ordinance
violations are properly and efficiently processed and that all fines and bond forfeitures are properly accounted
for and deposited.

   – Municipal Court Administration                             – Municipal Court Technology Improvements
   – Pensions of Municipal Court Judges                         – Municipal Crime Commission
   – Court Support Services                                     – Municipal Court Operations


                                                                     Actual            Adopted           Submitted
Performance Indicators                                               2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
  Tickets Paid                                                        25,859            40,000             40,000
  Tickets Paid - Red Light Camera                                     45,928            40,000             40,000
  Tickets Paid - Animal Control Code Enforcement                        n/a              1,000              1,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $    4,738,991     $   5,199,095     $    5,351,037
   Contracts                                                         2,254,993         2,127,238          2,796,679
   Supplies                                                            145,864           156,212            132,712
   Equipment                                                            75,000           500,000                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                        195,057                 --           500,000
                                                        Total $      7,409,905     $   7,982,545     $    8,780,428

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $      7,409,905     $   7,982,545     $    8,780,428
                                                        Total $      7,409,905     $   7,982,545     $    8,780,428

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --    $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                                     --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                     538,695           607,700            607,700
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                 --
                                                        Total $        538,695     $     607,700     $      607,700

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    78.3              81.3              81.3
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                           --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                --
                                                        Total              78.3              81.3              81.3


Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase to subscription costs for the court process and ticketing system
and telecommunication costs.




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                                                 Indigent Legal Defense
                  Responsible Division: Municipal Court
                  Outcome: Public Safety
Municipal Court



                  Legal Aid of Western Missouri provides constitutionally mandated representation to indigent defendants in the
                  Kansas City Municipal Court who have been charged with City ordinance violations and who face the possibility
                  of incarceration if convicted. Representation is also provided for a defendant’s trial de novo and appeal to the
                  Court of Appeals.

                                                                                      Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                       $            --     $           --     $           --
                     Contracts                                                          838,392            836,132            931,332
                     Supplies                                                                 --                 --                 --
                     Equipment                                                                --                 --                 --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                 --
                     Debt Service                                                             --                 --                 --
                                                                         Total $        838,392      $     836,132      $     931,332

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                   $        838,392      $     836,132      $     931,332
                                                                         Total $        838,392      $     836,132      $     931,332

                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $            --
                    Grants                                                                      --                 --                --
                    Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                --
                    Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                --
                                                                         Total $                --   $             --   $            --

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       --                 --                --
                    Charges to/from Other Departments                                           --                 --                --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                                         Total                  --                 --                --

                  Changes to the Budget
                  The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase in the costs for indigent defense.




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                        Municipal Court Prosecution
Responsible Division: Office of the City Prosecutor
Outcome: Public Safety




                                                                                                                    Municipal Court
Municipal Court Prosecution provides legal services to the City in the form of prosecuting cases which come
before the Municipal Court so that violations of City ordinances are efficiently and effectively prosecuted.


                                                                   Actual           Adopted           Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
  Cases with disposition                                           107,719           105,000           105,000


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     887,212 $        925,960 $        1,018,063
   Contracts                                                           7,219            7,239              6,682
   Supplies                                                                --               --                 --
   Equipment                                                               --               --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --                 --
                                                       Total $       894,431 $        933,199 $        1,024,745

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       894,431 $        933,199 $        1,024,745
                                                       Total $       894,431 $        933,199 $        1,024,745

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             -- $              -- $            --
  Grants                                                                     --                --              --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                --              --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --              --
                                                       Total $               -- $              -- $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  19.0             17.5              19.5
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                --
                                                       Total             19.0             17.5              19.5

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase for two prosecutors.




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Municipal Court
      Neighborhood and Community Services




                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Department Purpose Statement
The Neighborhood and Community Services Department administers the programs which are
required by Charter, Ordinance, Administrative Code, and “social mandate,” which effect Kansas
City’s neighborhoods and the people who live, work, and play in them.

Desired Community Outcomes
Healthy Community - Kansas City is a community that ensures the health and well-being of
its citizens and environment.

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest
urban centers in the United States.




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                                              Neighborhood and Community Services
                                                                             Organization Chart
Neighborhood and Community Services



                                                                                      Citizens of
                                                                                     Kansas City




                                                                                       Mayor &
                                                                                      City Council




                                                                                    City Manager




                                                                                   Neighborhood &
                                                                                     Community
                                                                                      Services
                                                                                      David Park
                                                                                        Acting
                                                                                      194.3 FTEs




                                            Support                 Public                                  Property                 Community
                                            Services                Safety                                Preservation                Services

                                      •	 Administration   •	   Abandoned	Vehicle	Towing              •	 Building	Demolitions    •	 Family	Support	Services
                                                          •	   Regulated	Industries                  •	 Nuisance	and	Property   •	 Homeless	Initiatives
                                                          •	   Animal	Health	&	Public	Safety         	  Code	Inspections        •	 Senior	Adult	Services
                                                          •	   Correctional	Services                 •	 Rental	Housing		        •	 Social	Services
                                                                                                        Enforcement                Administration
                                                                                                     •	 Nuisance	Abatement      •	 Youth	Support	Services
                                                                                                     •	 Land	Trust	Lot	
                                                                                                        Weed Control


                                                                                     Neighborhood
                                                                                       Services




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           Neighborhood and Community Services
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                           Neighborhood and Community Services
                                                             Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                                                             2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Neighborhood Livability                        $     14,092,542 $    14,502,107 $    15,106,525
        Healthy Community                                     7,616,310       6,644,017       6,926,868
        Public Safety                                         9,777,596       4,557,867       4,715,541
                                               Total $       31,486,448 $    25,703,991 $    26,748,934

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                          $     13,842,014 $    10,507,045 $    10,899,670
        Contracts                                            14,158,773      13,146,760      13,800,975
        Supplies                                                267,969         311,157         311,157
        Equipment                                               109,428               --              --
        Debt Service                                          1,405,650       1,739,029       1,737,132
        Capital Improvements                                  1,702,614               --              --
                                               Total $       31,486,448 $    25,703,991 $    26,748,934

Allocation by Fund
        General                                        $     23,547,929 $    22,023,765 $    22,885,677
        Public Safety Sales Tax                               1,350,000               --              --
        Police Drug Enforcement                                  36,000          36,000          36,000
        Neighborhood Tourist Development                            428          10,000          10,000
        Justice Assistance Grant                                231,312               --              --
        Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                    536,678         400,000         295,000
        ARRA Stimulus                                         2,802,698               --        281,339
        Community Development                                 2,856,869       3,009,226       3,024,571
        Inmate Security                                         124,534         225,000         216,347
                                               Total $       31,486,448 $    25,703,991 $    26,748,934

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                    $              -- $            -- $            --
      Grants                                                  7,753,382       5,085,828       5,381,302
      Permits and Fees                                        7,743,231       7,443,060       7,531,147
      Other Revenue                                              47,736               --              --
                                               Total $       15,544,349 $    12,528,888 $    12,912,449

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        209.3           187.3            194.3
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                 2.0             1.0                --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --              --               --
                                               Total             211.3           188.3            194.3




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                                                Neighborhood and Community Services
                                                                        SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Neighborhood and Community Services



                                                                                                        Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                                      Outcome Programs and Activities                                   2009-10        2010-11         2011-12

                                       Neighborhood Livability                                     $ 14,092,542 $ 14,502,107 $ 15,106,525

                                              Administration                                       $     1,023,456 $     998,156 $     1,103,066

                                              Abandoned Vehicle Towing
                                               Tow Lot Debt                                        $     1,405,712 $    1,514,029 $    1,520,785
                                               Tow Service Operations/Vehicle Auction                    1,931,568      2,207,725      2,197,362
                                                                                              Total $    3,337,280 $    3,721,754 $    3,718,147

                                              Neighborhood Services
                                               Community Action Network (CAN) Centers              $        75,361 $      70,000 $        70,000
                                               Legal Aid                                                   229,164       203,200         210,000
                                               Neighborhood Assistance                                     657,392             --              --
                                               Neighborhood Capacity Building                               96,459       150,000         150,000
                                               Neighborhood Services                                       336,106       254,578         308,489
                                                                                              Total $    1,394,482 $     677,778 $       738,489

                                              Nuisance Code Abatement
                                               Dangerous Building Demolition                       $     1,907,918 $    1,265,000 $    1,265,000
                                               Kansas City Community Gardens                                     --        39,000              --
                                               Land Trust Property Maintenance                             261,723        250,000        250,000
                                               Nuisance Abatement Program                                  935,905        761,000      1,000,000
                                               Nuisance Abatement Inspections                                    --     1,241,084      1,213,524
                                                                                                   $     3,105,546 $    3,556,084 $    3,728,524

                                              Property Code Inspections
                                                COMBAT Grant                                       $        36,000 $       36,000 $       36,000
                                                Neighborhood Preservation                                3,620,273      3,999,535      4,093,973
                                                Rental Housing Enforcement Program                          12,474              --             --
                                                                                              Total $    3,668,747 $    4,035,535 $    4,129,973

                                              Regulated Industries                                 $     1,563,031 $    1,512,800 $    1,688,326

                                       Healthy Community                                           $    7,616,310 $    6,644,017 $    6,926,868

                                              Animal Health & Public Safety
                                               Animal Control                                      $     1,637,814 $    1,579,013 $    1,652,223
                                               Kennel Operations                                           747,795        687,548        688,261
                                               Pet License Program                                         158,620        178,913        177,152
                                                                                              Total $    2,544,229 $    2,445,474 $    2,517,636




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          Neighborhood and Community Services




                                                                                                        Neighborhood and Community Services
                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
                                                           Actual         Adopted         Submitted
Outcome Programs and Activities                            2009-10        2010-11          2011-12

        Family Support Services
          Domestic Violence Shelter Operations         $     384,003 $      400,000 $        295,000
                                                 Total $     384,003 $      400,000 $        295,000

        Homeless Initiatives
         Emergency Shelter Grants                      $      434,076 $      438,950 $       438,950
         Homeless Prevention Grants                           841,130        516,033         797,372
         HUD Supportive Housing Grant                         686,108        710,441         710,441
                                                 Total $    1,961,314 $    1,665,424 $     1,946,763

        Senior Adult Services
         Foster Grandparent Program                  $       382,164 $            -- $             --
         MARC Aging Program                                   32,779         34,000           34,000
         MARC Family Caregiver Case Management Grant               --       100,560          103,880
         Senior Adult Service Program                        193,242        190,715          166,610
                                               Total $       608,185 $      325,275 $        304,490

        Social Services Administration                 $    1,355,892 $     662,000 $        717,345

        Youth Services
         Summer Food Service Program                   $     256,858 $       342,607 $       342,397
         Child and Adult Care Grants                          71,508         122,044         122,044
         Youth Services                                      434,321         681,193         681,193
                                                 Total $     762,687 $     1,145,844 $     1,145,634

 Public Safety                                         $   9,777,596 $    4,557,867 $     4,715,541

        Correctional Services
         Community Arrest Program                      $      178,904 $            -- $            --
         Inmate Reintegration Grant                           157,693        300,000         300,000
         Justice Assistance Grant                           2,534,319              --              --
         MCI/Regional Jail                                  5,079,532      4,032,867       4,199,194
         Regional Jail Construction                         1,702,614              --              --
         Regional Jail Debt                                   124,534        225,000         216,347
                                                 Total $    9,777,596 $    4,557,867 $     4,715,541

        Department Total                               $ 31,486,448 $ 25,703,991 $ 26,748,934




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                                                                             Administration
                                      Responsible Division: Administration
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
                                      Administration directs the service delivery system of the Neighborhood and Community Services Department and
                                      provides continued evaluation of programs and systems and the identification and development of new initiatives,
                                      programs, and funding sources.

                                          - Department Administration                               - Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund
                                                                                                      Administration

                                                                                                        Actual           Adopted         Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                            2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
                                         Number of payments processed                                   15,000           20,000           20,000
                                         Percent of invoices paid within 30 days                          90%              90%              90%


                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                      $     888,481 $        866,132 $          919,982
                                         Contracts                                                        131,339          127,084            178,144
                                         Supplies                                                           3,636            4,940              4,940
                                         Equipment                                                              --               --                 --
                                         Debt Service                                                           --               --                 --
                                                                                            Total $     1,023,456 $        998,156 $        1,103,066

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                    $   1,023,028 $        988,156 $        1,093,066
                                         Neighborhood Tourist Development                                     428           10,000             10,000
                                                                                            Total $     1,023,456 $        998,156 $        1,103,066

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                               $             -- $            -- $              --
                                        Grants                                                                    --              --                --
                                        Permits and Fees                                                          --              --                --
                                        Other Revenue                                                             --              --                --
                                                                                            Total $               -- $            -- $              --

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                11.0             11.0              10.0
                                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                --
                                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                                                            Total             11.0             11.0              10.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects increases for insurance, telecommunications and office copier costs.




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                         Abandoned Vehicle Towing
Responsible Division: Public Safety




                                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Abandoned Vehicle Towing removes illegally parked, stolen, or potentially hazardous vehicles in order to
maintain traffic safety and eliminate blighted conditions.

    - Tow Service Operations                                   - Tow Lot Debt Service

                                                                   Actual          Adopted         Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
   Average cost per tow                                              n/a             $165            $165
   Percent of vehicles towed without damage/loss claims              n/a                99%          99%


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,075,630 $     1,083,045 $      1,032,226
   Contracts                                                         824,482       1,066,770        1,107,226
   Supplies                                                           31,518          57,910           57,910
   Equipment                                                               --              --               --
   Debt Service                                                    1,405,650       1,514,029        1,520,785
                                                       Total $     3,337,280 $     3,721,754 $      3,718,147

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $     3,337,280 $     3,721,754 $      3,718,147
                                                       Total $     3,337,280 $     3,721,754 $      3,718,147

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           -- $            -- $             --
  Grants                                                                   --              --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                 3,726,258       4,070,000        4,200,000
  Other Revenue                                                            --              --               --
                                                       Total $     3,726,258 $     4,070,000 $      4,200,000

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                19.0              18.0             18.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                         1.0               1.0              1.0
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --               --
                                                       Total            20.0              19.0             19.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                                   Neighborhood Services
                                      Responsible Division: Neighborhood Services
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
                                      Neighborhood Improvement Program develops neighborhood self-help capacity by providing strategies and
                                      resources for neighborhood stabilization and revitalization, and by serving as a link between City government
                                      and neighborhoods to provide training and technical assistance.

                                          - CAN Center Operations                                    - Neighborhood Services
                                          - Legal Aid - Neighborhood Attorney                        - Legal Aid - Civil Aid Unit


                                                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                              2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
                                         Percent of neighborhood meetings attended                          n/a              n/a              20%


                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                       $      271,832 $         207,909 $       259,383
                                         Contracts                                                        1,120,396           467,609         476,846
                                         Supplies                                                             2,254             2,260           2,260
                                         Equipment                                                                --                --              --
                                         Debt Service                                                             --                --              --
                                         Capital Improvements                                                     --                --              --
                                                                                             Total $      1,394,482 $         677,778 $       738,489

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                     $    1,298,023 $         527,778 $       588,489
                                         Community Development Block Grant                                   96,459           150,000         150,000
                                                                                             Total $      1,394,482 $         677,778 $       738,489

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                                $            -- $              -- $            --
                                        Grants                                                               96,459           150,000         150,000
                                        Permits and Fees                                                          --                --              --
                                        Other Revenue                                                             --                --              --
                                                                                             Total $         96,459 $         150,000 $       150,000

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   4.0                 4.0           5.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (1.0)               (1.0)         (1.0)
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                  --            --
                                                                                             Total               3.0                 3.0           4.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the transfer of one position from the Property Code Inspection division to assist
                                      with neighborhood engagement. The Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                         Nuisance Code Abatement
Responsible Division: Neighborhood Preservation




                                                                                                                  Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Nuisance Code Abatement monitors all nuisance abatement, building demolition, and contract management
for neighborhood preservation.

    - Building Demolitions                                   - Nuisance Code Violation Abatement
    - Land Trust Property Maintenance                        - Nuisance Code Inspections

                                                                 Actual          Adopted        Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10         2010-11         2011-12
   Number of private property abatements completed                 n/a             n/a            5,000
   Number of Land Trust lots mowed/cleaned                         n/a             n/a            7,800
   Number of open to entry buildings boarded up                    n/a             n/a            1,000
   Number of dangerous buildings demolished                        n/a             n/a             130


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $     880,353 $     1,118,868 $       1,080,092
   Contracts                                                     2,199,200       2,408,136         2,619,352
   Supplies                                                         25,993          29,080            29,080
   Equipment                                                             --              --                --
   Debt Service                                                          --              --                --
                                                     Total $     3,105,546 $     3,556,084 $       3,728,524

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                 $     3,105,546 $     3,556,084 $       3,728,524
                                                     Total $     3,105,546 $     3,556,084 $       3,728,524

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $           -- $            -- $                --
  Grants                                                                 --              --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                               1,594,789         562,000             732,000
  Other Revenue                                                          --              --                  --
                                                     Total $     1,594,789 $       562,000 $           732,000

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                              20.0             19.0               19.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --               --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --               --                 --
                                                     Total            20.0             19.0               19.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget increases the appropriation for nuisance abatement by $239,000, for a total of
$1 million.




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                                                                Property Code Inspections
                                      Responsible Division: Neighborhood Preservation
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
                                      Nuisance and Property Code Inspections provides professional property maintenance code enforcement
                                      services to protect the safety, health, and welfare of the citizens, and the property values in the community.

                                          - Property Maintenance Code Inspections                      - COMBAT Grant - Drug Abatement Response
                                          - Rental Housing Inspection                                     Team

                                                                                                           Actual           Adopted         Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                               2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
                                         Average days to first inspection                                    n/a              n/a              15
                                         Voluntary compliance - percent of cases closed                      n/a              n/a             50%
                                         Non-voluntary compliance - avg number of days to                    n/a              n/a              50
                                            enforcement action


                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                         $   3,327,951 $      3,624,806 $       3,556,374
                                         Contracts                                                           267,700          275,582           438,452
                                         Supplies                                                             73,096          135,147           135,147
                                         Equipment                                                                 --               --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                              --               --                --
                                                                                               Total $     3,668,747 $      4,035,535 $       4,129,973

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                       $   2,532,747 $      2,999,535 $       3,093,973
                                         Police Drug Enforcement                                              36,000           36,000            36,000
                                         Community Development                                             1,100,000        1,000,000         1,000,000
                                                                                               Total $     3,668,747 $      4,035,535 $       4,129,973

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                                  $           -- $             -- $              --
                                        Grants                                                             1,136,000        1,036,000         1,036,000
                                        Permits and Fees                                                      50,831          305,000           105,000
                                        Other Revenue                                                              --               --                --
                                                                                               Total $     1,186,831 $      1,341,000 $       1,141,000

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   61.0             65.0                 64.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --               --                   --
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --               --                   --
                                                                                               Total             61.0             65.0                 64.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget transfers one position to Neighborhood Services.




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                                Regulated Industries
Responsible Division: Public Safety




                                                                                                                     Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Regulated Industries provides enforcement services to ensure compliance with the City's Administrative Code
provisions relating to alcoholic beverages, adult entertainment, and commercial vehicles.

    - Investigations                                            - Administration

                                                                    Actual         Adopted             Submitted
Performance Indicators                                              2009-10        2010-11              2011-12
   Percent of violations brought into compliance                      n/a            90%                 90%
   Average turn around time (days) for liquor permits                 n/a             n/a                 25


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $   1,061,773 $     1,002,221 $         1,161,960
   Contracts                                                          476,194         482,399             498,186
   Supplies                                                            25,064          28,180              28,180
   Equipment                                                                --              --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --              --                  --
                                                        Total $     1,563,031 $     1,512,800 $         1,688,326

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $     1,563,031 $     1,512,800 $         1,688,326
                                                        Total $     1,563,031 $     1,512,800 $         1,688,326

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           -- $            -- $                --
  Grants                                                                    --              --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                  1,498,495       1,512,800           1,582,800
  Other Revenue                                                             --              --                  --
                                                        Total $     1,498,495 $     1,512,800 $         1,582,800

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  22.0            18.0               20.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --              --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --              --                 --
                                                        Total             22.0            18.0               20.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects the addition of two positions for enforcement of the waste tire code.




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                                                            Animal Health & Public Safety
                                      Responsible Division: Animal Control
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Healthy Community
                                      Animal Health and Public Safety provides law enforcement and professional animal control and care services
                                      so that the community is protected from animals and animal borne diseases, animals are treated humanely,
                                      and the public is informed about responsible pet ownership.

                                          - Animal Control Administration                          - Pet License Program
                                          - Field Services

                                                                                                       Actual         Adopted           Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                           2009-10        2010-11            2011-12
                                         Average time (hours) to respond on complaint                    n/a            1.5                1.5
                                        Percent of pets with licenses                                    n/a            10%               10%
                                        Percent of impounded animals adopted out                         n/a            60%               60%


                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                     $   1,467,565 $     1,318,205 $       1,296,922
                                         Contracts                                                     1,003,041       1,098,949         1,192,394
                                         Supplies                                                         73,623          28,320            28,320
                                         Equipment                                                             --              --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                          --              --                --
                                                                                           Total $     2,544,229 $     2,445,474 $       2,517,636

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                 $     2,544,229 $     2,445,474 $       2,517,636
                                                                                           Total $     2,544,229 $     2,445,474 $       2,517,636

                                      Revenue
                                        Grants                                                     $           -- $              -- $           --
                                        Permits and Fees                                                 364,321           368,260        400,000
                                        Other Revenue                                                         20                 --             --
                                                                                           Total $       364,341 $         368,260 $      400,000

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                              29.0              28.0            27.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --                --              --
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --                --              --
                                                                                           Total            29.0              28.0            27.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget eliminates one vacant position.




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                           Family Support Services
Responsible Division: Community Service




                                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Healthy Community
Family Support Services provides social intervention to empower individuals and families to improve their
quality of life, and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs.

    - Domestic Violence Shelter Operations


                                                                   Actual          Adopted        Submitted
                                                                   2009-10         2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $      1,734 $         10,000 $             --
   Contracts                                                        382,269          390,000         295,000
   Supplies                                                               --               --              --
   Equipment                                                              --               --              --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --              --
                                                       Total $      384,003 $        400,000 $       295,000

Allocation by Fund
   Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                      $      384,003 $        400,000 $       295,000
                                                       Total $      384,003 $        400,000 $       295,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $          -- $             -- $            --
  Grants                                                                  --               --              --
  Permits and Fees                                                  384,003          400,000         295,000
  Other Revenue                                                           --               --              --
                                                       Total $      384,003 $        400,000 $       295,000

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --              --                --
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                         0.1             0.1               0.1
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --              --                --
                                                       Total              0.1             0.1               0.1

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects decreased funding for the domectic violence shelters due to lower fine
revenue.




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                                                                       Homeless Initiatives
                                      Responsible Division: Community Service
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Healthy Community
                                      Homeless Initiatives provides services to homeless families and individuals so that they may become more
                                      self-sufficient.

                                          - Housing and Urban Development (HUD)                     - Homeless Prevention Grants
                                            Emergency Shelter Grant                                 - Missouri Emergency Shelter Grant
                                          - HUD Supportive Housing Grant

                                                                                                        Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                            2009-10         2010-11           2011-12
                                         Total number of persons who are homeless served                 5,866           8,000             8,000
                                        Percent of persons at risk of homelessness that retain             n/a             n/a              70%
                                            housing


                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                      $      66,919 $        32,448 $         313,787
                                         Contracts                                                      1,893,125       1,632,976         1,632,976
                                         Supplies                                                           1,270               --                --
                                         Equipment                                                              --              --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                           --              --                --
                                                                                            Total $     1,961,314 $     1,665,424 $       1,946,763

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                    $   1,120,184 $     1,149,391 $       1,149,391
                                         ARRA Stimulus                                                    501,695               --          281,339
                                         Community Development                                            339,435         516,033           516,033
                                                                                            Total $     1,961,314 $     1,665,424 $       1,946,763

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                               $           -- $            -- $              --
                                        Grants                                                          1,961,314       1,665,424         1,946,763
                                        Permits and Fees                                                        --              --                --
                                        Other Revenue                                                           --              --                --
                                                                                            Total $     1,961,314 $     1,665,424 $       1,946,763

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                2.0                --              6.0
                                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                       0.8              0.8               0.8
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                                                            Total             2.8              0.8               6.8

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget includes funding for six full time positions for the Homelessness Prevention. The
                                      Consolidated Plan allocations for HUD grants in FY 2011-12 are pending.




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                               Senior Adult Services
Responsible Division: Community Service




                                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Healthy Community
Senior Adult Services provides volunteer opportunities and support services through the distribution of stipends
to supplement the income of senior adults and the operation of senior social activites and the "Meals-on-Wheels"
Program for homebound seniors.

    - Foster Grandparent Grant                                - Senior Adult Service Program
    - MARC Aging Program                                      - MARC Family Caregiver Grant


                                                                  Actual          Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                            2009-10         2010-11           2011-12
   Number of seniors served per month                               n/a             n/a              3,124
   Units of social support to homebound seniors to prevent          n/a             n/a              24,425
      institutionalization


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $     267,614 $        240,311 $          238,790
   Contracts                                                        335,682           83,764             64,500
   Supplies                                                           4,889            1,200              1,200
   Equipment                                                              --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --                 --
                                                      Total $       608,185 $        325,275 $          304,490

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $     577,471 $        325,275 $          304,490
   Community Development                                             30,714                --                 --
                                                      Total $       608,185 $        325,275 $          304,490

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $           -- $             -- $               --
  Grants                                                            224,827          126,560            125,560
  Permits and Fees                                                        --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                           --               --                 --
                                                      Total $       224,827 $        126,560 $          125,560

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 8.0              5.0               5.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                --
                                                      Total              8.0              5.0               5.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget provides a total of $40,000 as a local match for various social service grants.




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                                                            Social Services Administration
                                      Responsible Division: Community Service
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Healthy Community
                                      Social Services Administration facilitates a community social support system that addresses through fund
                                      acquisition, allocation, and contract administration, the needs of the most vulnerable populations: the elderly,
                                      the economically-disadvantaged, and children.

                                          - Social Services Administration

                                                                                                           Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                         $     416,538 $        514,000 $         518,252
                                         Contracts                                                           935,985          145,000           196,093
                                         Supplies                                                              3,369            3,000             3,000
                                         Equipment                                                                 --               --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                              --               --                --
                                                                                               Total $     1,355,892 $        662,000 $         717,345

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                       $     316,112 $              -- $         40,000
                                         Community Development                                             1,039,780          662,000           677,345
                                                                                               Total $     1,355,892 $        662,000 $         717,345

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                                  $           -- $             -- $              --
                                        Grants                                                             1,039,780          662,000           677,345
                                        Permits and Fees                                                           --               --                --
                                        Other Revenue                                                              --               --                --
                                                                                               Total $     1,039,780 $        662,000 $         677,345

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    8.0               8.0              9.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                           (0.5)             (0.5)            (1.5)
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --               --
                                                                                               Total              7.5               7.5              7.5

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The FY 2011-12 Budget adds $40,000 for General Fund social services grant programs.




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                                       Youth Services
Responsible Division: Community Service




                                                                                                                Neighborhood and Community Services
Outcome: Healthy Community
Youth Support Services provides a community-based social service program committed to working with Kansas
City youth to improve their lives through advocacy, direct service, and a continuum of support.

    - Summer Food Service Program                               - Youth Services
    - Child and Adult Care Food Grants

                                                                    Actual         Adopted        Submitted
Performance Indicators                                              2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
   Total number of children and youth participating in the           1,800          2,500           7,026
      nutrition program
   Number of annual meals served to children                        127,650        145,000        145,000


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $      27,225 $       46,084 $        45,296
   Contracts                                                          735,462      1,099,760       1,100,338
   Supplies                                                                 --             --              --
   Equipment                                                                --             --              --
   Debt Service                                                             --             --              --
                                                        Total $       762,687 $    1,145,844 $     1,145,634

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $     512,206 $      464,651 $       464,441
   Community Development                                              250,481        681,193         681,193
                                                        Total $       762,687 $    1,145,844 $     1,145,634

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           -- $           -- $            --
  Grants                                                              762,687      1,145,844       1,145,634
  Permits and Fees                                                          --             --              --
  Other Revenue                                                             --             --              --
                                                        Total $       762,687 $    1,145,844 $     1,145,634

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  0.3            0.3             0.3
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          0.6            0.6             0.6
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --             --              --
                                                        Total             0.9            0.9             0.9

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                                      Correctional Services
                                      Responsible Division: Public Safety
Neighborhood and Community Services


                                      Outcome: Public Safety
                                      Correctional Services provides competent legal representation to low-and moderate-income citizens through the
                                      services of Legal Aid, as well as the safe, secure and humane treatment of inmates at the regional jail while
                                      creating the opportunity for meaningful work, training and discipline needed for reintegration into the community.

                                          - Health Care Foundation Grant                              - Regional Jail

                                                                                                          Actual           Adopted         Submitted
                                      Performance Indicators                                              2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
                                         Percent bed capacity reached                                       n/a             100%             100%
                                         Percent of released clients not incarcerated again within          n/a              16%             16%
                                            6 months
                                         Total number of unduplicated persons enrolled in Bridges            53               48               48
                                            Inmate Program
                                         Percent of persons retained in Bridges Program                     56%              30%              30%

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries and Benefits                                        $   4,088,399 $        443,016 $         476,606
                                         Contracts                                                        3,853,898        3,868,731         4,001,468
                                         Supplies                                                            23,257           21,120            21,120
                                         Equipment                                                          109,428                --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                             --         225,000           216,347
                                         Capital Improvements                                             1,702,614                --                --
                                                                                              Total $     9,777,596 $      4,557,867 $       4,715,541

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                      $   5,618,072 $      4,332,867 $       4,499,194
                                         Public Safety Sales Tax                                          1,350,000                --                --
                                         Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                               152,675                --                --
                                         ARRA Stimulus                                                    2,301,003                --                --
                                         Justice Assistance Grant                                           231,312                --                --
                                         Inmate Security                                                    124,534          225,000           216,347
                                                                                              Total $     9,777,596 $      4,557,867 $       4,715,541

                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated Tax                                                 $   1,350,000 $              -- $              --
                                        Grants                                                            2,532,315          300,000           300,000
                                        Permits and Fees                                                    124,534          225,000           216,347
                                        Other Revenue                                                        47,716                --                --
                                                                                              Total $     4,054,565 $        525,000 $         516,347

                                      Personnel
                                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    25.0             11.0             11.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                             1.0                --               --
                                        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --               --               --
                                                                                              Total               26.0             11.0             11.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.



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                     Office of the City Manager




                                                                                                         Office of the City Manager
Department Purpose Statement
The Office of the City Manager provides professional leadership and direction in the administration
of policies established by the Mayor and City Council and coordinates and supervises the operation
of the City departments.

Desired Community Outcomes
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.

Economic Growth - Kansas City has a vital economy in which businesses have opportunity for
growth and all citizens have opportunities for creating wealth and prosperity.

Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest urban
centers in the United States.




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                                                       Office of the City Manager
Office of the City Manager

                                                                        Organization Chart



                                                                                     Citizens of
                                                                                    Kansas City




                                                                                     Mayor &
                                                                                    City Council

                                                        Environmental
                                                        Management
                                                         Commission

                                                                                    City Manager




                                                                           Office of the City Manager
                                                                                       Troy Schulte
                                                                                  Interim City Manager
                                                                                        84.8 FTEs




                                                                          Call                         City                Office of
                                               Administration
                                                                         Center                    Communications        Management &
                                                                                                                            Budget
                                          •   City Manager’s Office                             • Channel 2
                                          •   Internal Auditor                                  • Public Relations
                                          •   Municipal Memberships
                                          •   Legislative Assistance




                                  Office of                                           Business               Emergency
                                                          Emergency                                                               Special
                                Environmental                                       Attraction and            Medical
                                                          Management                                                              Projects
                                   Quality                                            Retention               Services
                             • Environmental Compliance                       • Economic Development
                                                                                Management
                                                                              • Business Assistance
                                                                                Center




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                          Office of the City Manager




                                                                                                              Office of the City Manager
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                           2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                   $      8,416,919    $    7,979,477    $     8,562,480
        Economic Growth                                       961,919           838,724          1,597,455
        Public Safety                                         890,063         1,419,518          1,649,524
                                             Total $       10,268,901    $   10,237,719    $    11,809,459

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $       5,194,939    $    5,371,858    $     6,008,707
        Contracts                                           3,905,610         2,936,108          4,018,599
        Supplies                                              101,326           101,794            104,194
        Equipment                                                 515                 --                 --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --                --                 --
        Debt Service                                          777,457           777,959            777,959
        Capital Improvements                                  289,054         1,050,000            900,000
                                              Total $      10,268,901    $   10,237,719    $    11,809,459

Allocation by Fund
        General                                      $      9,459,851    $    8,985,766    $    10,053,948
        Ambulance Services                                          --                --           194,021
        Fire Sales Tax                                              --                --           194,021
        Public Safety Sales Tax                               289,054           300,000            300,000
        Convention and Tourism                                 99,964           100,000            150,000
        ARRA Stimulus                                           3,210                 --           313,581
        Capital Improvement Sales Tax                         329,999           750,000            500,000
        Youth Employment                                       86,823           101,953            103,888
                                             Total $       10,268,901    $   10,237,719    $    11,809,459

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $        805,840    $    1,251,953    $     1,441,930
      Grants                                                  178,373           330,000            643,581
      Permits and Fees                                              --                --                 --
      Other Revenue                                             4,820             6,000              6,000
                                             Total $          989,033    $    1,587,953    $     2,091,511

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        82.0              72.0               84.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                               (5.0)             (1.0)              (1.2)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                            (2.0)              1.0                2.0
                                             Total               75.0              72.0               84.8




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Office of the City Manager

                                                                SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                        Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                             Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2009-10          2010-11           2011-12

                             Governance                                           $    8,416,919 $      7,979,477 $      8,562,480

                                       City Manager's Office
                                          City Manager - Administration         $       1,154,243 $      1,277,148 $         989,846
                                          Cookingham-Noll Fellowship Program                    --               --           82,335
                                                                          Total $       1,154,243 $      1,277,148 $       1,072,181

                                       311 Action Center
                                          311 Action Center                       $     2,017,609   $    2,231,755   $     2,234,127
                                          311 Technology Debt Service                     777,457          777,959           777,959
                                                                             Total $    2,795,066   $    3,009,714   $     3,012,086

                                       City Communications
                                          Channel 2                               $      392,544    $     241,375    $      337,089
                                          City Communications                             65,150          121,225           564,450
                                                                             Total $     457,694    $     362,600    $      901,539

                                       Environmental Compliance
                                         Environmental Compliance                 $       296,487 $       282,906 $          302,847
                                         Environmental Inspections                        419,581         433,506            431,948
                                         EECBG Home Retrofit Grant                              --              --           313,581
                                         Building and Property Remediation                      --        250,000            100,000
                                         Environmental Education                          193,750               --                 --
                                         MARC Green Impact Zone                           586,838               --                 --
                                                                             Total $    1,496,656 $       966,412 $        1,148,376

                                       Internal Auditor                           $      134,115    $     140,347    $      137,674

                                       Legislative Assistance
                                          Federal Lobbyist                        $      149,885    $     238,000    $      250,000
                                          State Lobbyist                                 192,006          223,708           223,708
                                                                             Total $     341,891    $     461,708    $      473,708

                                       Municipal Memberships                      $      140,280    $     150,000    $      150,000

                                       Office of Management and Budget            $     1,612,300   $    1,335,525   $     1,338,958




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                                                                                                             Office of the City Manager
                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
                                                             Actual           Adopted         Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                        2009-10           2010-11          2011-12

          Special Projects
            Black Archives - Mid America             $         25,136   $             -- $             --
            Conference Support                                 99,964           100,000          150,000
            Youth Advocacy Program                            159,574           176,023          177,958
                                             Total $          284,674   $       276,023 $        327,958

Economic Growth                                      $       961,919 $         838,724 $       1,597,455

          Business Retention
            Business Assistance Center           $            116,919 $          78,224 $         349,407
            Economic Development Management                         --                --          248,048
            Economic Development Corporation                  845,000           760,500         1,000,000
                                           Total $            961,919 $         838,724 $       1,597,455

Public Safety                                        $       890,063 $        1,419,518 $      1,649,524

          Emergency Management
            Emergency Management                     $        419,426   $        560,182 $        631,482
            Emergency Operations Center                       289,054            300,000          300,000
            Emergency Preparedness - Grant                    178,373            330,000          330,000
            Energy Efficiency Conservation Grant                3,210                  --               --
                                             Total   $        890,063   $      1,190,182 $      1,261,482
          Emergency Medical Services
            EMS Oversight                            $                -- $      229,336   $      388,042
                                             Total   $                -- $      229,336   $      388,042


          Department Total                           $     10,268,901 $      10,237,719 $     11,809,459




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                                                              City Manager's Office
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: Administration
                             Outcome: Governance
                             City Manager's Office provides professional leadership and direction in the administration of policies established
                             by the Mayor and City Council and coordinates and supervises the operation of City departments.

                                -   City Manager-Administration                              -       Cookingham-Noll Management Fellowship

                                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                       2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                            $        853,233     $   1,076,070      $      827,378
                                Contracts                                                                 287,508           188,198             231,923
                                Supplies                                                                   13,502            12,880              12,880
                                Equipment                                                                       --                --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --                --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                                    --                --                  --
                                                                                     Total $            1,154,243     $   1,277,148      $    1,072,181

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                    $            1,154,243     $   1,277,148      $    1,072,181
                                                                                     Total $            1,154,243     $   1,277,148      $    1,072,181

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                     $               --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                            --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                                  --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                     --                 --                --
                                                                                     Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         10.0               9.0                10.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                                   --                --                  --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                --                --               (1.0)
                                                                                     Total                   10.0               9.0                 9.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             The FY 2011-12 budget reflects transfer of two positions to the Business Retention program, the creation of two
                             positions under the Cookingham-Noll Management Fellowship program, and one position charged to capital
                             projects.




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                                     311 Action Center




                                                                                                                              Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: 311 Action Center
Outcome: Governance
The Call Center provides an information resource and point of contact for the citizens of Kansas City so that
inquiries about City services can be handled efficiently and appropriately.

   -   311 Action Center                                        -       311 Technology Debt Service

                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                                    2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
  Call abandonment rate                                                     30%                5%                  10%
  Percent of service requests resolved in set timeframe                      n/a               80%                 80%
  Customer satisfaction with 311 Center                                      n/a               90%                 90%
  Customer satisfaction with service                                         n/a               90%                 90%
  Customer satisfaction with timeliness                                      n/a               90%                 90%

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $      1,713,423     $   1,882,960      $    1,802,635
   Contracts                                                                 289,548           333,995             416,692
   Supplies                                                                   14,123            14,800              14,800
   Equipment                                                                     515                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              777,457           777,959             777,959
                                                        Total $            2,795,066     $   3,009,714      $    3,012,086

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $            2,795,066     $   3,009,714      $    3,012,086
                                                        Total $            2,795,066     $   3,009,714      $    3,012,086

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $               --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                            --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                                  --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                     --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         32.0              32.0                32.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                   --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                --                --                  --
                                                        Total                   32.0              32.0                32.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget. The 311 Action Center receives and responds
to citizen complaints/requests about City government 60 hours per week from 7 a.m to 7 p.m weekdays.




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                                                              City Communications
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance
                             City Communications provides a variety of communications, public information, and media relations support to the
                             City Council, City departments, and the community.

                                -   Channel 2                                                -       Media Relations

                                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                             Performance Indicators                                                    2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                               Legislative meetings with live coverage                                   n/a               100%                100%
                               Legislative sessions available online within 3 business days              n/a               100%                100%
                               Quarterly newsletters distributed via mail by target date                 n/a               100%                100%
                               Inquiries responded to within promised time                               n/a                90%                 90%

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                            $        435,767     $     248,560      $      519,396
                                Contracts                                                                  16,827           101,114             369,217
                                Supplies                                                                    5,100            12,926              12,926
                                Equipment                                                                       --                --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --                --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                                    --                --                  --
                                                                                     Total $              457,694     $     362,600      $      901,539

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                    $              457,694     $     362,600      $      901,539
                                                                                     Total $              457,694     $     362,600      $      901,539

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                     $               --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                            --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                                  --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                     --                 --                --
                                                                                     Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         10.0               3.0                 7.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                                (2.0)                --                  --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                --                --                  --
                                                                                     Total                    8.0               3.0                 7.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             The FY 2011-12 Budget allocation for City Communications includes three positions consolidated from public
                             relations divisions throughout the organization and $250,000 for a quarterly citizen newsletter. The consolidation
                             is intended to build a centralized City Communications division that provides comprehensive coverage of
                             City Council meetings, public hearings, and produces programming for KCCG-TV Channel 2.




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                           Environmental Compliance




                                                                                                                          Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of Environmental Quality
Outcome: Governance
Environmental Compliance ensures all City government actions are performed in an environmentally responsible
manner; promotes City policies that encourage the private sector to preserve and enhance the environment; and
collaborates with public and private partners on projects that preserve and enhance the environment.

   -   Office of Environmental Quality                       -       Environmental Compliance


                                                                        Actual           Adopted            Submitted
Performance Indicators                                                 2009-10           2010-11             2011-12
  Number of Environmental Assessments at City facilities                 306               300                 305
  Environmental obligations completed by City depts                      95%              100%                100%
  Environmental obligations completed on time                            73%              100%                100%
  Waste materials recycled from City facilities (tons)                    94               n/a                 150
  Total greenhouse gas reductions below year 2000 levels                  n/a              n/a                31,980

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $        644,043    $     643,472      $      937,973
   Contracts                                                              849,953           65,740             103,203
   Supplies                                                                 2,660            7,200               7,200
   Equipment                                                                    --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                  --
   Capital Maintenance                                                          --         250,000             100,000
                                                     Total $            1,496,656    $     966,412      $    1,148,376

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $      1,496,656    $     716,412      $      834,795
   ARRA Stimulus                                                                --               --            313,581
   Capital Improvement Sales Tax                                                --         250,000                   --
                                                     Total $            1,496,656    $     966,412      $    1,148,376

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $              --   $     250,000      $            --
  Grants                                                                        --               --            313,581
  Permits and Fees                                                              --               --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                             4,820            6,000               6,000
                                                     Total $                4,820    $     256,000      $      319,581

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       8.0                8.0              13.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --              (1.0)             (1.2)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                --
                                                     Total                    8.0                7.0              11.8

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget includes $313,581 stimulus grant from the American Recovery Act for energy efficiency
retrofitting. Five positions are added to administer this grant.




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                                                                     Internal Auditor
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance
                             The Office of Internal Auditor reports directly to the City Manager and responds to allegations of fraud and selected
                             ordinance violations reported to the City via the hotline or otherwise. Additionally, the Internal Auditor responds to
                             inquiries and requests of the City Manager and assists departments with internal control concerns.

                                                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                        $       119,546     $     118,477      $      114,680
                                Contracts                                                             14,479            20,470              21,594
                                Supplies                                                                  90             1,400               1,400
                                Equipment                                                                  --                --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                               --                --                  --
                                                                                     Total $         134,115     $     140,347      $      137,674

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                    $         134,115     $     140,347      $      137,674
                                                                                     Total $         134,115     $     140,347      $      137,674

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                 $              --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                                                     Total $                --   $             --   $            --

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      1.0               1.0                1.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                --                 --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                --                 --
                                                                                     Total                1.0               1.0                1.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                              Legislative Assistance




                                                                                                                     Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
Outcome: Governance
The Legislative Assistance Program provides a presence for the City in Jefferson City, Missouri and Washington,
D.C. to ensure that the City's legislative priorities are represented in both capitals.

   - Federal Lobbyist                                         - State Lobbyist

                                                                  Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $           --     $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                        341,891            461,708            473,708
   Supplies                                                               --                 --                 --
   Equipment                                                              --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           --                 --                 --
                                                      Total $       341,891      $     461,708      $     473,708

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $       341,891      $     461,708      $     473,708
                                                      Total $       341,891      $     461,708      $     473,708

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                      Total $               --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                 --               --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --               --
                                                      Total                 --                 --               --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reflects an increase of $12,000 to manage and coordinate the City's legislative agenda.




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                                                            Municipal Memberships
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance
                             The Municipal Memberships program provides budget for the City's memberships and dues in local and national
                             organizations.

                                -   Municipal Memberships

                                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                              2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                     $           --     $           --     $            --
                                Contracts                                                       140,280            150,000             150,000
                                Supplies                                                              --                 --                  --
                                Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                                                  Total $       140,280      $     150,000      $      150,000

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                 $       140,280      $     150,000      $      150,000
                                                                                  Total $       140,280      $     150,000      $      150,000

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                   --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                --
                                                                                  Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --                 --                --
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                --
                                                                                  Total                 --                 --                --

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                     Office of Management & Budget




                                                                                                                  Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of Management & Budget
Outcome: Governance
Office of Management and Budget provides the City Manager with administrative support and assistance in
preparing and administering the City's budget, as well as, implementing and administering City-wide
management initiatives.

                                                                  Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                 2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $   1,098,944    $      716,874    $      676,115
   Contracts                                                       507,604           184,521           228,713
   Supplies                                                          5,752             8,200             8,200
   Equipment                                                             --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                  --          425,930           425,930
                                                     Total $     1,612,300    $    1,335,525    $    1,338,958

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $   1,362,300    $      909,595    $      913,028
   Capital Improvement Sales Tax                                   250,000           425,930           425,930
                                                     Total $     1,612,300    $    1,335,525    $    1,338,958

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $     250,000    $     425,930     $      425,930
  Grants                                                                 --               --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                          --               --                 --
                                                     Total $       250,000    $     425,930     $      425,930

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               14.0              11.0               9.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                      (2.0)                --                --
  Plus: Charges to Capital Projects                                   (2.0)              1.0               3.0
                                                     Total            10.0              12.0              12.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                                   Special Projects
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance
                             The Special Projects program provides support for conference expenses and coordination of ancillary services.

                                                                                                Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                             Performance Indicators                                            2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                                Number of civic/community engagement events held                 n/a                75                 75
                                Number of employee volunteers                                    n/a               200                200
                                Number of community volunteers                                   n/a               800                800
                                Total number of volunteer hours                                  n/a              1,000              1,500

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                      $      53,632     $      99,597     $      100,943
                                Contracts                                                        229,677           101,956            152,545
                                Supplies                                                           1,365               400                400
                                Equipment                                                              --                --                 --
                                Capital Improvement Sales Tax                                          --           74,070             74,070
                                                                                   Total $       284,674     $     276,023     $      327,958

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                    $      17,888     $           --    $            --
                                Capital Improvement                                               79,999            74,070             74,070
                                Convention & Tourism                                              99,964           100,000            150,000
                                Youth Employment                                                  86,823           101,953            103,888
                                                                                   Total $       284,674     $     276,023     $      327,958

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                               $     266,786     $     276,023     $      327,958
                               Grants                                                                  --                --                 --
                               Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                 --
                               Other Revenue                                                           --                --                 --
                                                                                   Total $       266,786     $     276,023     $      327,958

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  1.0               1.0               1.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                --
                                                                                   Total              1.0               1.0               1.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             The FY 2011-12 Budget includes a $50,000 increase in conference support.




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                  Business Attraction and Retention




                                                                                                                           Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Economic Development
Outcome: Economic Growth
The Business Attraction and Retention Division assists and encourages economic development within the City by
working directly with developers and development agencies.

   -   Business Assistance Center                            -       Economic Development Management

                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $       116,918      $     78,224       $      593,955
   Contracts                                                             845,001           760,500            1,001,100
   Supplies                                                                    --                --               2,400
   Equipment                                                                   --                --                   --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                --                   --
   Debt Service                                                                --                --                   --
                                                     Total $             961,919      $    838,724       $    1,597,455

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                 $             961,919      $    838,724       $    1,597,455
                                                     Total $             961,919      $    838,724       $    1,597,455

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $               --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                         --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                --
                                                     Total $                     --   $             --   $            --
Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      2.0               1.0                  6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                --                   --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                --                   --
                                                     Total                   2.0               1.0                  6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget consolidates various economic development initiatives into the Business Attraction and
Retention program. Two positions are transferred from the City Manager's Office for overall management and
coordination; two positions are added for the Business Assistance Center; and one new position is added to
manage business retention efforts.




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                                                          Emergency Management
Office of the City Manager

                             Responsible Division: Emergency Management
                             Outcome: Public Safety
                             Emergency Management prepares for, responds to, mitigates against, and recovers from disasters by taking
                             reasonable and affordable measures so that lives are saved, and private and public property is protected.

                                -   Emergency Management

                                                                                                Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                             Performance Indicators                                            2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
                               EOC Utilizations (Non-Activations)                                 71               n/a               24
                               Situation monitoring (hours)                                      125               n/a               n/a
                               Outreach sessions                                                  57               n/a               24


                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                      $     159,433     $     351,535    $      361,002
                                Contracts                                                        382,842           495,729           557,562
                                Supplies                                                          58,734            42,918            42,918
                                Equipment                                                              --                --                --
                                Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
                                Capital Improvement                                              289,054           300,000           300,000
                                                                                   Total $       890,063     $   1,190,182    $    1,261,482

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                    $     597,799     $     890,182    $      961,482
                                ARRA Stimulus                                                      3,210                 --                --
                                Public Safety Sales Tax                                          289,054           300,000           300,000
                                                                                   Total $       890,063     $   1,190,182    $    1,261,482

                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                               $     289,054     $     300,000    $      300,000
                               Grants                                                            178,373           330,000           330,000
                               Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                           --                --                --
                                                                                   Total $       467,427     $     630,000    $      630,000

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  4.0              4.0               4.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                        (1.0)               --                --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                --
                                                                                   Total              3.0              4.0               4.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget. The City will once again receive a $330,000
                             Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) from the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency.
                             The EMPG is a 50/50 cost share for administrative expenses and includes a requirement to expend at least 25%
                             on planning activities. Funding for emergency operations equipment, such as tornado sirens, is provided by the
                             Public Safety Sales Tax funds.




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                        Emergency Medical Services




                                                                                                                     Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
Outcome: Public Safety
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Oversight Program provides medical direction for the EMS System.

                                                                  Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                 2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $             --   $     156,089      $       74,630
   Contracts                                                               --          72,177             312,342
   Supplies                                                                --           1,070               1,070
   Equipment                                                               --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --                  --
                                                     Total $               --   $     229,336      $      388,042

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $             --   $     229,336      $            --
   Ambulance Services                                                      --               --            194,021
   Fire Sales Tax                                                          --               --            194,021
                                                     Total $               --   $     229,336      $      388,042

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $      388,042
  Grants                                                                   --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                --
                                                     Total $               --   $             --   $      388,042

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    --             2.0                 1.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --               --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                  --
                                                     Total                 --             2.0                 1.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget reduces one position and shifts funding to University Physician Associates (UPA),
the third-party administrator for EMS medical direction and oversight.




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Office of the City Manager
        Offices of the Mayor and City Council




                                                                                                      Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Department Purpose Statement
The Offices of the Mayor and City Council provide political leadership for the City of Kansas City,
Missouri.

Desired Community Outcome
Governance - Kansas City is a community where there is effective leadership in local government
with efficient operating and support systems.




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                                        Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                                          Organization Chart
Offices of the Mayor and City Council



                                                               Citizens of
                                                              Kansas City




                                                               Mayor &
                                                              City Council
                                                               38.0 FTEs




                                          Office of the                            Office of the
                                             Mayor                                 City Council

                                                                               • Legislative Assistance




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              Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                              Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                                           Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                 $       3,176,446 $       3,231,208 $       3,420,985
                                             Total $       3,176,446 $       3,231,208 $       3,420,985

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      2,743,764 $       2,766,798 $       2,905,432
        Contracts                                            384,832           432,660           483,803
        Supplies                                              31,167            23,750            23,750
        Equipment                                             16,683             8,000             8,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --                --                --
        Debt Service                                               --                --                --
                                              Total $      3,176,446 $       3,231,208 $       3,420,985

Allocation by Fund
        General                                    $       3,176,446 $       3,231,208 $       3,420,985
                                             Total $       3,176,446 $       3,231,208 $       3,420,985

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $               -- $             -- $               --
      Grants                                                         --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                               --               --                 --
      Other Revenue                                                  --               --                 --
                                             Total $                 -- $             -- $               --

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       38.0             38.0               38.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                 --               --                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --                 --
                                             Total              38.0             38.0               38.0




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                                                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
Offices of the Mayor and City Council



                                                                                                   Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                        Outcome      Programs and Activities                       2009-10         2010-11           2011-12

                                        Governance                                             $   3,176,446   $    3,231,208   $     3,420,985

                                                  Office of the Mayor                          $     994,493   $    1,082,501   $     1,119,661

                                                  Office of the City Council
                                                     Office of the City Council                $   1,881,057   $    1,969,666   $     2,088,846
                                                     Council Assistance                              300,896          179,041           212,478
                                                                                       Total $     2,181,953   $    2,148,707   $     2,301,324

                                                  Department Total                             $   3,176,446   $    3,231,208   $     3,420,985




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                                   Office of the Mayor




                                                                                                                      Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Responsible Division: Office of the Mayor
Outcome: Governance
The Mayor provides overall leadership for the City of Kansas City, Missouri by serving as the City's principal
representative and spokesperson.

                                                                    Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $     873,502      $     867,250    $      882,681
   Contracts                                                           92,694            200,251           221,980
   Supplies                                                            11,614              7,000             7,000
   Equipment                                                           16,683              8,000             8,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                --
                                                        Total $       994,493      $   1,082,501    $    1,119,661

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $       994,493      $   1,082,501    $    1,119,661
                                                        Total $       994,493      $   1,082,501    $    1,119,661

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                      --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               --               --                --
                                                        Total $               --   $           --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   12.0              12.0              12.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                --
                                                        Total             12.0              12.0              12.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                                    Office of the City Council
Offices of the Mayor and City Council

                                        Responsible Division: Office of the City Council
                                        Outcome: Governance
                                        The City Council serves as the City's legislative and policy-making body.

                                            - Office of the City Council                               - City Council Assistance Office
                                            - Councilmember's Administrative Assistance and
                                               Expenses
                                                                                                           Actual               Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                           2009-10              2010-11           2011-12
                                        Allocation by Expense Category
                                           Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,870,262        $   1,899,548    $    2,022,751
                                           Contracts                                                         292,138              232,409           261,823
                                           Supplies                                                           19,553               16,750            16,750
                                           Equipment                                                               --                   --                --
                                           Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                   --                --
                                           Debt Service                                                            --                   --                --
                                                                                               Total $     2,181,953        $   2,148,707    $    2,301,324

                                        Allocation by Fund
                                           General                                                   $     2,181,953        $   2,148,707    $    2,301,324
                                                                                               Total $     2,181,953        $   2,148,707    $    2,301,324

                                        Revenue
                                          Dedicated Tax                                                $               --   $           --   $            --
                                          Grants                                                                       --               --                --
                                          Permits and Fees                                                             --               --                --
                                          Other Revenue                                                                --               --                --
                                                                                               Total $                 --   $           --   $            --

                                        Personnel
                                          No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     26.0             26.0              26.0
                                          Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --               --                --
                                          Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --               --                --
                                                                                               Total                26.0             26.0              26.0

                                        Changes to the Budget
                                        There are no significant changes in the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                         Parks and Recreation




                                                                                                Parks and Recreation
Department Purpose Statement
The Parks and Recreation Department provides opportunities for recreation, education, and
aesthetically pleasing experiences while conserving and enhancing natural and man-made
environments.

Desired Community Outcomes
Healthy Community - Kansas City is a community that ensures the health and well-being of
its citizens and environment.

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

Public Infrastructure - Kansas City is adequately and efficiently served with well-planned,
coordinated, and maintained public buildings, water, wastewater, and storm water systems, and
viable roads and bridges.




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                                       Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation

                                                   Organization Chart


                                                       Citizens of
                                                       Kansas City




                                                        Mayor &
                                                       City Council




                                                       City Manager                     Board of Parks
                                                                                         & Recreation
                                                                                        Commissioners


                                                         Parks &
                                                        Recreation
                                                       Mark McHenry
                                                        311.8 FTEs




                                                                           Park Planning &
                            Administration
                                                                           Design Services
                       •   Marketing                                    • Park Property Maintenance
                       •   SHAPE Program                                • Capital Improvements
                       •   Liberty Memorial                             • Environmental Remediation
                       •   Zoo




                           Natural Resources               Golf              Community
                             Management                                       Services
                       • Boulevards and                                 • Athletics
                         Parkways                                       • Aquatics
                       • Forestry & Conservation                        • Bruce R. Watkins Cultural
                       • Lakeside Nature Center                           Heritage Center
                       • Park Maintenance                               • Community Centers
                         Services                                       • Youth Development
                       • Park Property
                         Maintenance
                       • Urban Right-of-Way
                         Mowing




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                                                                                                       Parks and Recreation
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                           2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
Allocation by Outcome
        Neighborhood Livability                      $     24,793,813 $   23,834,907 $   19,972,483
        Healthy Community                                  19,873,891     20,982,026     20,876,399
        Public Infrastructure                               9,379,352      5,099,195      4,963,611
                                             Total $       54,047,056 $   49,916,128 $   45,812,493

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      14,722,581 $   15,054,606 $   15,116,049
        Contracts                                          15,994,117     17,015,854     17,448,709
        Supplies                                            1,225,296      1,478,191      1,474,613
        Equipment                                                   --       302,500        145,000
         Sub-Total Operating Expenses               $      31,941,994     33,851,151     34,184,371
        Debt Service                                        3,764,802      3,770,871      3,766,789
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --             --             --
        Capital Improvements and Maintenance               18,340,260     12,294,106      7,861,333
                                              Total $      54,047,056 $   49,916,128 $   45,812,493

Allocation by Fund
        General                                      $     13,170,438 $    8,697,043 $    7,642,681
        Park Maintenance                                   15,955,732     16,969,904     17,020,745
        Boulevard Maintenance                               1,274,083      1,726,779      1,738,512
        Golf Operations                                     5,536,481      6,279,423      5,935,601
        Infrastructure and Maintenance                      1,037,506              --             --
        Community Centers                                   5,833,317      6,449,863      6,741,571
        Arterial Impact Fee                                   195,407              --             --
        Capital Improvements                               10,630,992      9,358,746      6,611,333
        Liberty Memorial Endowment Trust                      413,100        434,370        122,050
                                             Total $       54,047,056 $   49,916,128 $   45,812,493

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $     19,550,348 $   16,629,542 $   13,317,895
      Grants                                                  192,955        100,000        125,000
      Permits and Fees                                      9,127,827      9,705,041      9,349,706
      Other Revenue                                           783,543        852,416        519,629
                                             Total $       29,654,673 $   27,286,999 $   23,312,230

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                      348.8          311.9           325.8
    Charges to/from Other Programs                              (1.0)          12.0               --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                          (22.0)         (12.0)          (14.0)
                                             Total             325.8          311.9           311.8




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Parks and Recreation

                                                            SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                  Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                       Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2009-10         2010-11         2011-12

                       Neighborhood Livability                               $ 24,793,813 $     23,834,907 $    19,972,483

                                 Administration
                                   Accounting and Procurement Services     $        791,929 $       698,872 $       700,992
                                   Administration                                   746,543         817,217         816,512
                                   Marketing                                        307,440         310,502         305,945
                                   Park Inspection Program                           67,124          68,204          67,463
                                                                     Total $      1,913,036 $     1,894,795 $     1,890,912

                                 Park Maintenance Services
                                   Park Capital Maintenance                  $      987,270 $     1,500,000 $     1,400,000
                                   Park Landscaping                                  78,282               --              --
                                   Park Maintenance                               8,617,490       9,229,741       9,420,689
                                   Park Mowing                                      471,610               --              --
                                   Playground Equipment                             178,000         300,000         300,000
                                   Vehicle & Equipment Purchases                  1,334,644       1,336,645       1,336,645
                                                                     Total $     11,667,296 $    12,366,386 $    12,457,334

                                 Park Planning and Design Services
                                   Engineering and Planning                  $         680 $       466,068 $        476,738
                                   Recreation Access Grant                          53,110               --               --
                                                                     Total $        53,790 $       466,068 $        476,738

                                 Park Property Maintenance
                                   Brush Creek Maintenance                 $      1,020,943 $     1,127,571 $       989,910
                                   Fountain Maintenance and Restoration              71,871         353,000         353,000
                                   Park Facility Maintenance                      1,589,817       1,773,254       1,704,589
                                   Lake Restoration Program                             722         200,000         400,000
                                   Park Facility Improvements                     2,122,416       1,200,000       1,200,000
                                   Parks Roads and Parking Lots                     832,856         500,000         500,000
                                                                     Total $      5,638,625 $     5,153,825 $     5,147,499

                                 Neighborhood Liveability
                                 Capital Improvements                        $    5,521,066 $     3,953,833 $               --

                       Healthy Community                                     $ 19,873,891 $     20,982,026 $    20,876,399

                                 Aquatics
                                   Swimming Pool Maintenance                 $      590,963 $       500,000 $       250,000
                                   Swimming Pool Operations                       1,073,490       1,277,127       1,353,336
                                                                     Total $      1,664,453 $     1,777,127 $     1,603,336




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                                                                                                      Parks and Recreation
                                     SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                            Actual       Adopted        Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                       2009-10       2010-11         2011-12

Healthy Community (continued)

          Athletics
             Operations                              $       181,755 $     249,016 $       226,584
             Ball Field Renovation                           187,356       125,000         125,000
                                               Total $       369,111 $     374,016 $       351,584

          Community Centers
            Brush Creek Community Center           $         325,057 $      397,724 $       409,908
            Community Center Debt Service                  1,863,639      1,862,882       1,860,000
            Community Center Maintenance                     348,569        500,000         500,000
            Garrison Community Center                        161,072        167,881         231,474
            Gregg-Klice Community Center                     617,350        656,699         631,571
            Hillcrest Community Center                       299,598        298,755         332,858
            Kansas City North Community Center               247,950        267,131         308,101
            Line Creek Community Center                      560,419        660,189         665,389
            Marlborough Community Center                     182,672        187,757         244,371
            Southeast Community Center                       603,410        711,773         781,096
            Tony Aguirre Community Center                    390,270        502,914         495,532
            Westport-Roanoke Community Center                233,311        236,158         281,271
                                             Total $       5,833,317 $    6,449,863 $     6,741,571

          Cultural Facilities and Activities
            Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Arts Center     $      251,341 $     269,159 $       282,988
            Cultural Activities                              106,722       113,742         113,751
            Loose Park Gardens                               213,572       221,648         227,208
            Garden Center Building                            54,079        57,087          60,184
                                                Total $      625,714 $     661,636 $       684,131

          Golf Course Operations
            Blue River                               $       587,043 $      671,030 $       609,031
            Hodge Park                                       842,966        922,706         851,791
            Hodge Park Debt                                  536,955        541,780         540,580
            Golf Course Renovation                            73,996        250,000         250,000
            Golf Administrative Services                      66,117        125,692         113,206
            Golf Equipment Leases                             29,564         29,564          29,564
            Minor Park                                       861,813        941,571         858,783
            Swope Memorial                                 1,031,314      1,178,140       1,115,466
            Shoal Creek                                    1,506,713      1,618,940       1,567,180
                                               Total $     5,536,481 $    6,279,423 $     5,935,601




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Parks and Recreation

                                                           SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                    Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                       Outcome     Programs and Activities                         2009-10         2010-11         2011-12

                       Healthy Community (continued)

                                 Lakeside Nature Center                        $     386,309 $       381,111 $       376,264

                                 Liberty Memorial                              $     625,000 $       625,000 $       625,000

                                 Plaza Tennis Center Operations                $      31,739 $        15,000 $        15,000

                                 Youth Services                                $     331,337 $       361,379 $       360,579

                                 Zoo
                                   Zoo Capital Maintenance                     $      150,000 $       250,000 $       250,000
                                   Zoo Operations                                   3,107,472       3,107,471       3,400,000
                                                                       Total $      3,257,472 $     3,357,471 $     3,650,000
                                 Healthy Community
                                 Capital Improvements                          $    1,212,958 $      700,000 $       533,333

                       Public Infrastructure                                   $   9,379,352 $     5,099,195 $     4,963,611

                                 Boulevards and Parkways
                                   Boulevard Maintenance                       $    1,315,605 $     1,726,779 $     1,738,512
                                   Boulevard Streetscape Maintenance                   53,013         100,000         100,000
                                   Bruce R. Watkins Drive                             563,725         250,000         250,000
                                                                       Total $      1,932,343 $     2,076,779 $     2,088,512

                                 Tree Service
                                    Parks & Blvd Tree Service                  $    1,431,961 $     1,377,447 $     1,391,411
                                    Right-of-Way Mowing                               625,734         519,969         533,688
                                    Tree Trimming                                   1,215,818       1,000,000         900,000
                                                                       Total $      3,273,513 $     2,897,416 $     2,825,099
                                 Public Infrastructure
                                 Capital Improvements                          $    4,173,496 $      125,000 $        50,000

                                 Department Total                              $ 54,047,056 $     49,916,128 $    45,812,493




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                                          Administration




                                                                                                                       Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
The Administration Division provides effective implementation of the policies of the Board of Parks and Recreation
Commissioners, effectively administers the fiscal functions of the Department and promotes the Department's
various programs so that it operates in an efficient and effective manner.

    - Administration                                           - Marketing
    - Accounting and Procurement Services                      - Park Inspection Program


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,727,871      $   1,683,025      $    1,595,748
   Contracts                                                         174,412            196,918             280,312
   Supplies                                                           10,753             14,852              14,852
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                       Total $     1,913,036      $   1,894,795      $    1,890,912

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                          $     1,913,036      $   1,894,795      $    1,890,912
                                                       Total $     1,913,036      $   1,894,795      $    1,890,912

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                       Total $               --   $             --   $            --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  28.0              22.0                22.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                       Total             28.0              22.0                22.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                        285
                                                 Park Maintenance Services
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Natural Resources Management
                       Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
                       Park Maintenance Services maintains and beautifies park properties and other public properties by means of tree
                       and shrub plantings and maintenance, pesticide applications, and special event displays.

                           - Park Maintenance                                        - Vehicle and Equipment Lease
                           - Park Mowing                                             - Playground Equipment
                           - Park Capital Maintenance

                                                                                           Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
                         Percent of parks meeting SHAPE standards                           89%              90%                90%


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $    6,137,523    $    5,964,605    $    5,962,322
                          Contracts                                                       2,488,967         2,732,086         2,925,317
                          Supplies                                                          540,892           533,050           533,050
                          Equipment                                                               --                --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                --
                          Debt Service                                                    1,334,644         1,336,645         1,336,645
                          Capital Maintenance                                             1,165,270         1,800,000         1,700,000
                                                                             Total $     11,667,296    $   12,366,386    $   12,457,334

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $    2,344,763    $    1,988,105    $    1,336,645
                          Park Maintenance                                                9,167,382         9,229,741         9,420,689
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                    155,151                 --                --
                          Capital Improvements                                                    --        1,148,540         1,700,000
                                                                             Total $     11,667,296    $   12,366,386    $   12,457,334

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $    6,661,096    $    6,674,162    $    6,641,975
                         Grants                                                                   --                --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                 1,467,792         1,457,474         1,468,839
                         Other Revenue                                                        8,900            15,000            10,000
                                                                             Total $      8,137,788    $    8,146,636    $    8,120,814

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                120.0             112.0             116.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                --
                         Plus: Charges to Capital Projects                                      0.2                 --              1.9
                                                                             Total            120.2             112.0             117.9

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2011-12 Budget increases electricity funding by $100,000 for City fountains. $100,000 is included
                       for stormwater fees associated with impervious surface payments. Capital maintenance funding in the
                       amount of $187,500 is allocated for salaries.




                                                                            286
                 Park Planning and Design Services




                                                                                                                      Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning and Design Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
Park Planning and Design Services provides responsive professional capital project planning and conservation of
the City's natural environment.

    - Engineering and Planning

                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $       7,253      $    386,468       $     387,348
   Contracts                                                         40,825            59,300              69,090
   Supplies                                                           5,712            20,300              20,300
   Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                      Total $        53,790      $    466,068       $     476,738

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                         $        53,790      $    466,068       $     476,738
                                                      Total $        53,790      $    466,068       $     476,738

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                      Total $               --   $             --   $           --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 23.0              18.0                21.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                        (1.0)                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                    (22.0)            (12.0)              (14.0)
                                                      Total                --              6.0                 7.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                        287
                                                 Park Property Maintenance
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
                       Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
                       The Park Property Maintenance Program provides infrastructure maintenance to all public buildings under the
                       jurisdiction of the Parks and Recreation Department.

                           - Park Facility Maintenance                                - Parks Building Lease Payment
                           - Park Facility Improvements                               - Fountain Maintenance and Restoration
                           - Parks Roads and Parking Lots

                                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                             2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                         Percent of facilities meeting SHAPE standards                      94%               90%                90%


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,825,636     $   1,983,341     $    1,800,130
                          Contracts                                                         605,867           686,995            663,880
                          Supplies                                                          179,257           230,489            230,489
                          Equipment                                                               --                --                 --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
                          Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
                          Capital Maintenance                                             3,027,865         2,253,000          2,453,000
                                                                              Total $     5,638,625     $   5,153,825     $    5,147,499

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                     $   2,276,173     $     669,453     $            --
                          Park Maintenance                                                2,610,760         2,900,825          2,694,499
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                    728,663                 --                 --
                          Capital Improvements                                               23,029         1,583,547          2,453,000
                                                                              Total $     5,638,625     $   5,153,825     $    5,147,499

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                $      23,029     $   1,583,547     $    2,453,000
                         Grants                                                                   --                --                 --
                         Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                 --
                         Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --
                                                                              Total $        23,029     $   1,583,547     $    2,453,000

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  34.0              33.0              33.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      (0.2)                --             (1.9)
                                                                              Total             33.8              33.0              31.1

                       Changes to the Budget
                       In the FY 2011-12 Budget, capital maintenance funding in the amount of $62,500 is allocated for salaries.




                                                                            288
                               Capital Improvements




                                                                                                               Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                                                             Actual            Adopted          Adopted
                                                            2009-10            2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                             $           --     $           --   $             --
      Contracts                                                     --                 --                 --
      Supplies                                                      --                 --                 --
      Equipment                                                     --                 --                 --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       --                 --                 --
      Debt Service                                                  --                 --                 --
      Capital Improvements                                  5,521,066          3,953,833                  --
                                                Total $     5,521,066      $   3,953,833    $             --

Allocation by Projects
   Neighborhood Conservation
      Council District 1                                $   1,003,116      $     190,000    $             --
      Council District 2                                      663,059            325,000                  --
      Council District 3                                      852,455            968,000                  --
      Council District 4                                      821,946            650,833                  --
      Council District 5                                      682,490            755,000                  --
      Council District 6                                    1,254,693            765,000                  --
      Citywide Projects                                            73

                               Capital Improvements
                                         Total $  $         5,277,832          3,653,833    $             --

   City-wide Projects
Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
    Asbestos Removal                             $              1,044      $           --   $           --
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability
    Brush Creek                                                96,679                  --               --
      Platte Purchase Park                                    145,511            300,000                --
                                                Total $       243,234
                                                             Actual        $     300,000
                                                                               Adopted      $   Adopted--
                                                            2009-10            2010-11          2010-11
Allocation by Fund
      Capital Improvements                            $     5,521,066      $   3,953,833    $             --
                                                Total $     5,521,066      $   3,953,833    $             --

Revenue
     Dedicated Tax                                      $   5,521,066      $   3,953,833    $             --
     Grants                                                         --                 --                 --
     Permits and Fees                                               --                 --                 --
     Other Revenue                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                Total $     5,521,066      $   3,953,833    $             --

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               --               --                 --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                      --            10.0                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                   --               --                 --
                                                Total                 --            10.0                  --




                                                  289
                                                                     Aquatics
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Community Services
                       Outcome: Healthy Community
                       The Aquatics Program provides city-wide recreational activities that promote health and well-being and improve the
                       quality of life for citizens.

                           - Swimming Pool Maintenance                               - Swimming Pools
                           - Tiffany Springs Aquatic Center                          - Spraygrounds
                           - Junior Pools

                                                                                          Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                         2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $       94,956    $     134,526     $      219,813
                          Contracts                                                         942,281        1,081,901          1,072,823
                          Supplies                                                           36,253           60,700             60,700
                          Equipment                                                               --               --                 --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                 --
                          Debt Service                                                            --               --                 --
                          Capital Maintenance                                               590,963          500,000            250,000
                                                                             Total $      1,664,453    $   1,777,127     $    1,603,336

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $      472,144    $      52,174     $            --
                          Park Maintenance                                                1,073,490        1,277,127          1,353,336
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                    118,819                --                 --
                          Capital Improvements                                                    --         447,826            250,000
                                                                             Total $      1,664,453    $   1,777,127     $    1,603,336

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $            --   $           --    $           --
                         Grants                                                                   --               --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                   503,025          528,500           528,500
                         Other Revenue                                                            --               --                --
                                                                             Total $        503,025    $     528,500     $     528,500

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 15.0               6.2               6.2
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                --
                                                                             Total             15.0               6.2               6.2

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2011-12 Budget reduces swimming pool maintenance by $250,000.




                                                                            290
                                               Athletics




                                                                                                                     Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Athletics Program provides citizens with recreational activities and promotes health and well-being among all
residents of the City.

    - North Region Athletics                                   - South Region Athletics
    - Central Region Athletics                                 - Ball Field renovation


                                                                    Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2009-10           2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     136,777     $     152,729      $     127,032
   Contracts                                                          31,053            73,487             76,752
   Supplies                                                           13,925            22,800             22,800
   Equipment                                                               --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
   Capital Maintenance                                               187,356           125,000            125,000
                                                       Total $       369,111     $     374,016      $     351,584

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $     187,356     $     125,000      $           --
   Park Maintenance                                                  181,755           249,016            226,584
   Capital Improvements                                                    --                --           125,000
                                                       Total $       369,111     $     374,016      $     351,584

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           --    $             --   $     125,000
  Grants                                                                   --                  --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                    72,313              69,000           69,000
  Other Revenue                                                            --                  --               --
                                                       Total $        72,313     $        69,000    $     194,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   3.6                3.1              3.1
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --               --
                                                       Total              3.6                3.1              3.1

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                         291
                                                          Community Centers
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
                       Outcome: Healthy Community
                       The Community Centers Program offers year-round, highly organized, and diversified leisure programs through
                       clinics, leagues, tournaments, instructional classes, and special events for individuals and groups.

                           -   Brush Creek Community Center                           -   Marlborough Community Center
                           -   Garrison Community Center                              -   Southeast Community Center
                           -   Gregg-Klice Community Center                           -   Tony Aguirre Community Center
                           -   Hillcrest Community Center                             -   Westport-Roanoke Community Center
                           -   Kansas City North Community Center                     -   Community Center Debt Service
                           -   Line Creek Community Center                            -   Community Center Maintenance
                           -   Lykins Community Center


                                                                                             Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                               2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
                         Patron visits to community centers                                 578,880            n/a             498,460
                         Youth participation in activities at community centers              51,858            n/a             182,191


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                       $     2,493,874    $   2,667,748    $    2,886,695
                          Contracts                                                           896,871        1,078,135         1,153,778
                          Supplies                                                            230,364          341,098           341,098
                          Equipment                                                                 --               --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --               --                --
                          Debt Service                                                      1,863,639        1,862,882         1,860,000
                          Capital Maintenance                                                 348,569          500,000           500,000
                                                                              Total $       5,833,317    $   6,449,863    $    6,741,571

                       Allocation by Fund
                          Community Centers                                                 5,833,317        6,449,863         6,741,571
                                                                              Total $       5,833,317    $   6,449,863    $    6,741,571

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                $     2,258,260    $   2,193,000    $    2,014,587
                         Grants                                                                     --               --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                   1,085,954        1,163,900         1,145,000
                         Other Revenue                                                              --          11,667                 --
                                                                              Total $       3,344,214    $   3,368,567    $    3,159,587

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   71.9             69.3              76.2
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --               --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --               --                --
                                                                              Total              71.9             69.3              76.2

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2011-12 Budget adds six positions.




                                                                             292
                      Cultural Facilities and Activities




                                                                                                                     Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Cultural Facilities and Activities Program provides the community with programs and facilities that promote
individual expression and participant enjoyment.

    - Loose Park Gardens                                       - Cultural Activities
    - Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Arts Center                    - Garden Center Building


                                                                    Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                   2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     394,521     $     402,868     $     463,342
   Contracts                                                         202,676           227,946           189,967
   Supplies                                                           28,517            30,822            30,822
   Equipment                                                               --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                --
                                                       Total $       625,714     $     661,636     $     684,131

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $     251,341     $     269,159     $     282,988
   Park Maintenance                                                  374,373           392,477           401,143
                                                       Total $       625,714     $     661,636     $     684,131

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                             192,955           100,000           125,000
  Permits and Fees                                                   146,995           118,500           118,500
  Other Revenue                                                       12,500            15,000            12,000
                                                       Total $       352,450     $     233,500     $     255,500

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   8.0               8.0               8.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                       Total              8.0               8.0               8.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                         293
                                                      Golf Course Operations
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Recreation
                       Outcome: Healthy Community
                       Golf Operations provides city-wide recreational activities that promote health and well-being and improve the
                       quality of life for citizens.

                           -   Blue River (Heart of America) Golf Course              - Minor Park
                           -   Hodge Park Golf Course                                 - Swope Memorial
                           -   Hodge Park Debt Service                                - Shoal Creek
                           -   Golf Equipment Leases

                                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                             2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                         Rounds of golf played at public golf courses                     156,803           150,000            153,000


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                       $      60,790     $      86,931     $       88,101
                          Contracts                                                       4,833,780         5,053,596          4,870,882
                          Supplies                                                            1,396            15,052             11,474
                          Equipment                                                               --          302,500            145,000
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
                          Debt Service                                                      566,519           571,344            570,144
                          Capital Maintenance                                                73,996           250,000            250,000
                                                                              Total $     5,536,481     $   6,279,423     $    5,935,601

                       Allocation by Fund
                          Golf Operations                                           $     5,536,481     $   6,279,423     $    5,935,601
                                                                              Total $     5,536,481     $   6,279,423     $    5,935,601

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                $           --    $           --    $            --
                         Grants                                                                   --                --                 --
                         Permits and Fees                                                 5,622,200         6,302,667          5,954,867
                         Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --
                                                                              Total $     5,622,200     $   6,302,667     $    5,954,867

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   2.0               2.0                 2.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                  --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                                              Total              2.0               2.0                 2.0

                       Changes to the Budget
                       There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                                             294
                Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park




                                                                                                               Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: South Region
Outcome: Healthy Community
Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park provides the community with programs in Swope Park that promote
education and participant enjoyment.

   -   Lakeside Nature Center

                                                                  Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                                 2009-10         2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $    278,778    $    261,335    $      243,479
   Contracts                                                       80,262          92,386           105,395
   Supplies                                                        27,269          27,390            27,390
   Equipment                                                            --              --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --              --                --
   Debt Service                                                         --              --                --
                                                     Total $      386,309    $    381,111    $      376,264

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                        $      386,309    $    381,111    $      376,264
                                                     Total $      386,309    $    381,111    $      376,264

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $          --   $          --   $            --
  Grants                                                                --              --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                 34,141          65,000            65,000
  Other Revenue                                                     1,178               --                --
                                                     Total $       35,319    $     65,000    $       65,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               6.8             5.8               5.8
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --              --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     --              --                --
                                                     Total            6.8             5.8               5.8

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                       295
                                                             Liberty Memorial
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Administration
                       Outcome: Healthy Community
                       The Liberty Memorial provides public education that emphasizes the importance of regional and national history.

                           - Liberty Memorial Operations


                                                                                          Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                            2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                         National WWI Museum/Liberty Memorial attendance                 136,921            132,485             136,376


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $           --     $          --      $           --
                          Contracts                                                        625,000           625,000             625,000
                          Supplies                                                               --                --                  --
                          Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
                          Capital Improvements                                                   --                --                  --
                                                                             Total $       625,000      $    625,000       $     625,000

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $     211,900      $    190,630       $     502,950
                          Liberty Memorial Trust                                           413,100           434,370             122,050
                                                                             Total $       625,000      $    625,000       $     625,000

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $           --     $          --      $           --
                         Grants                                                                  --                --                  --
                         Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                  --
                         Other Revenue                                                     413,100           434,370             122,050
                                                                             Total $       413,100      $    434,370       $     122,050

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --                 --               --
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --               --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --               --
                                                                             Total                 --                 --               --

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2011-12 Budget increases funding in the General Fund by $312,320.




                                                                            296
                      Plaza Tennis Center Operations




                                                                                                                        Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Recreation
Outcome: Healthy Community
Tennis Court Operations provides recreational activities for individuals and groups in the City that wish to use the
tennis facilities.


                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $       20,116      $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                             7,751             15,000             15,000
   Supplies                                                              3,872                  --                 --
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                        Total $         31,739      $      15,000      $      15,000

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                           $         31,739      $      15,000      $      15,000
                                                        Total $         31,739      $      15,000      $      15,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --     $           --     $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                         16,528             15,000             15,000
                                                        Total $         16,528      $      15,000      $      15,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        --                 --               --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --               --
                                                        Total                  --                 --               --

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




                                                          297
                                                                 Youth Services
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
                       Outcome: Healthy Community
                       Youth Services provides area youth with organized activities where they can have safe places to go during their
                       leisure time.

                           - Mayor's Night Hoops and Night Kicks                      - Youth Programming


                                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                          2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                       $     106,881     $      86,574     $      87,140
                          Contracts                                                         189,155           224,094           222,728
                          Supplies                                                           35,301            50,711            50,711
                          Equipment                                                               --                --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                --
                          Debt Service                                                            --                --                --
                                                                              Total $       331,337     $     361,379     $     360,579

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                   $       331,337     $     361,379     $     360,579
                                                                              Total $       331,337     $     361,379     $     360,579

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                $           --    $           --    $           --
                         Grants                                                                   --                --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                --
                         Other Revenue                                                      331,337           361,379           360,579
                                                                              Total $       331,337     $     361,379     $     360,579

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   7.5               7.5               7.5
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                                              Total              7.5               7.5               7.5

                       Changes to the Budget
                       There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                                  Zoo




                                                                                                                     Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Healthy Community
The Zoo provides public programming and education that emphasizes the importance of science and seeing
non-native animals in their natural habitats.

    - Zoo Operations                                        - Zoo Improvements


                                                                 Actual            Adopted            Adopted
Performance Indicators                                          2009-10            2010-11            2011-12
  Kansas City zoo attendance                                    548,884            631,024            635,000


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                    $           --     $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                    3,107,472          3,107,471          3,400,000
   Supplies                                                             --                 --                 --
   Equipment                                                            --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                         --                 --                 --
   Capital Maintenance                                            150,000            250,000            250,000
                                                    Total $     3,257,472      $   3,357,471      $   3,650,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $   3,107,472      $   3,207,471      $   3,400,000
   Capital Improvements                                           150,000            150,000            250,000
                                                    Total $     3,257,472      $   3,357,471      $   3,650,000

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                             $     150,000      $    150,000       $    250,000
  Grants                                                                --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                      --                --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                         --                --                 --
                                                    Total $       150,000      $    150,000       $    250,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   --                 --                 --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                 --                 --
                                                    Total                 --                 --                 --

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2011-12 Budget increases funding for the management contract with the Friends of the Zoo from
$3,107,471 to $3,400,000.




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                                                      Capital Improvements
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
                       Outcome: Healthy Community


                                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                    2009-10            2010-11             2011-12
                       Allocation by Expense Category
                             Salaries and Benefits                              $           --     $          --      $           --
                             Contracts                                                      --                --                  --
                             Supplies                                                       --                --                  --
                             Equipment                                                      --                --                  --
                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --                --                  --
                             Debt Service                                                   --                --                  --
                             Capital Improvements                                   1,212,958           700,000             533,333
                                                                        Total $     1,212,958      $    700,000       $     533,333

                       Allocation by Projects
                          Cultural Facilities
                             Black Archives                                     $    450,745       $             --   $           --
                             Starlight Theater                                             --                    --         200,000
                                                                        Total $      450,745       $             --   $     200,000

                          Recreation
                            Northeast Community Center Site                     $          --      $    700,000       $     166,666
                            Longview Park Athletic Fields                                  --                 --            166,667
                            Indian Creek Trail                                       730,125                  --                  --
                            Southeast Community Center                                19,088                  --                  --
                            Spring Valley Lake Restoration                            13,000                  --                  --
                                                                        Total $      762,213       $    700,000       $     333,333

                       Revenue
                            Dedicated Tax                                       $   1,199,958      $    700,000       $     533,333
                            Grants                                                          --                --                  --
                            Permits and Fees                                                --                --                  --
                            Other Revenue                                                   --                --                  --
                                                                        Total $     1,199,958      $    700,000       $     533,333

                       Allocation by Fund
                             General Fund                                       $      13,000      $          --      $           --
                             Capital Improvements                                   1,199,958           700,000             533,333
                                                                        Total $     1,212,958      $    700,000       $     533,333

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                --              --                  --
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                       --            1.7                   --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                    --              --                  --
                                                                        Total                 --            1.7                   --




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                            Boulevard and Parkways




                                                                                                                  Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
Outcome: Public Infrastructure
The Boulevards and Parkways Program maintains the City's boulevards and parkways, sustaining a city-wide
system of scenic corridors linking a variety of urban amenities.

    - Boulevard Maintenance                                  - Bruce R. Watkins Drive
    - Boulevard Streetscape Maintenance

                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                 2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $     140,821     $     140,192    $      135,453
   Contracts                                                     1,105,373         1,055,487         1,059,232
   Supplies                                                         13,246            43,827            43,827
   Equipment                                                             --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                          --                --                --
   Capital Maintenance                                             672,903           837,273           850,000
                                                     Total $     1,932,343     $   2,076,779    $    2,088,512

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $     616,738     $     100,000    $            --
   Boulevard Maintenance                                         1,274,083         1,726,779         1,738,512
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                   21,953                 --                --
   Capital Improvements                                             19,569           250,000           350,000
                                                     Total $     1,932,343     $   2,076,779    $    2,088,512

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $      19,569     $    250,000     $     350,000
  Grants                                                                 --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                          --               --                --
                                                     Total $        19,569     $    250,000     $     350,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 2.0              2.0               2.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                --
                                                     Total              2.0              2.0               2.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2011-12 Budget.




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                                  Right-of-Way Tree Trimming and Mowing
Parks and Recreation

                       Responsible Division: Landscaping
                       Outcome: Public Infrastructure

                       The Tree Service Program provides timely and beneficial technical and support services in order to maintain a safe
                       and healthy urban forest.

                           - Parks & Blvd Tree Services                               - Tree Trimming
                           - Right-of-Way Mowing

                                                                                           Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                       Performance Indicators                                             2009-10            2010-11           2011-12
                          Street trees trimmed                                            10,149              4,241             9,525
                          Street trees removed                                             2,797              1,014             2,615
                          Percent of street trees trimmed compared to need                  16%               100%               15%
                          Percent of street trees removed compared to need                  74%               100%               69%


                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,296,784      $   1,104,264    $    1,119,446
                          Contracts                                                         662,372            706,052           718,553
                          Supplies                                                           98,539             87,100            87,100
                          Equipment                                                               --                 --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                --
                          Debt Service                                                            --                 --                --
                          Capital Maintenance                                             1,215,818          1,000,000           900,000
                                                                              Total $     3,273,513      $   2,897,416    $    2,825,099

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                     $   3,097,495      $   1,733,672    $    1,759,519
                          Park Maintenance                                                  163,098            163,744           165,580
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                     12,920                  --                --
                          Capital Improvements                                                    --         1,000,000           900,000
                                                                              Total $     3,273,513      $   2,897,416    $    2,825,099

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                $             --   $   1,000,000    $     900,000
                         Grants                                                                     --               --               --
                         Permits and Fees                                                           --               --               --
                         Other Revenue                                                              --               --               --
                                                                              Total $               --   $   1,000,000    $     900,000

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  27.0              23.0              23.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                                              Total             27.0              23.0              23.0

                       Changes to the Budget
                       In the FY 2011-12 Budget, capital maintenance funding in the amount of $100,000 is allocated for salaries.




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                               Capital Improvements




                                                                                                            Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
Outcome: Public Infrastructure


                                                             Actual            Adopted         Submitted
                                                            2009-10            2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                             $           --     $          --   $           --
      Contracts                                                     --                --               --
      Supplies                                                      --                --               --
      Equipment                                                     --                --               --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       --                --               --
      Debt Service                                                  --                --               --
      Capital Improvements                                  4,173,496           125,000           50,000
                                                Total $     4,173,496      $    125,000    $      50,000

Allocation by Projects
      Centennial Pkwy-Choutaeu Trafficway               $     254,767      $          --   $           --
      Northland Boulevard Study                                 6,930                 --               --
      Satchel Paige Stadium                                   365,921                 --               --
      Liberty Memorial                                        115,600                 --               --
      Just Off Broadway Theater                                40,797                 --               --
      Penn Valley Park                                          2,947                 --               --
      Cliff Drive Restoration                                 155,015                 --               --
      Independence Corridor                                   277,344                 --               --
      Municipal Service Center West                            10,046           125,000           50,000
      Maplewood Parkway                                     1,544,324                 --               --
      Shoal Creek Parkway                                   1,399,805                 --               --
                                                Total $     4,173,496      $    125,000    $      50,000

Allocation by Fund
      General Fund                                      $     260,719      $          --   $           --
      Arterial Impact Fee                                     195,407                 --               --
      Capital Improvements                                  3,717,370           125,000           50,000
                                                Total $     4,173,496      $    125,000    $      50,000

Revenue
     Dedicated Tax                                      $   3,717,370      $    125,000    $      50,000
     Grants                                                         --                --               --
     Permits and Fees                                         195,407                 --               --
     Other Revenue                                                  --                --               --
                                                Total $     3,912,777      $    125,000    $      50,000

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                               --              --               --
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                      --            0.3                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                   --              --               --
                                                Total                 --            0.3                --




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                                           Police




Department Purpose Statement
                                                                                                         Police
                                                                                                         Police
The Police Department protects life and property, preserves the public peace, prevents crime,
and reduces fear and disorder in partnership with the community.

Desired Community Outcome
Public Safety - Kansas City is, in fact and in the perception of its citizens, one of the safest urban
centers in the United States.




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                                                         Police
                                                   Organization Chart



                                                           Citizens of                                   Governor of
                                                          Kansas City                                     Missouri
Police




                                                           Mayor &
                                                          City Council




                                                         City Manager
                                                                                                         Board of
                                                                                                          Police
                                                                                                       Commissioners

                                                             Police
                                                           Jim Corwin
                                                          2,167.0 FTEs




                                 Executive         Administration                                     Investigations       Professional
          Management             Services                                     Patrol Bureau
                                                     Bureau                                              Bureau          Development and
            Bureau                Bureau                                                                                 Research Bureau
         • Administration     • Administrative    • Human                 •   Canine Unit             • Criminalistics   • Training
         • Homeland             Support             Resources             •   Central Patrol            Laboratory       • Youth Outreach
           Security           • Facilities        • Information           •   East Patrol             • Investigations   • Planning and
         • Internal Affairs     Maintenance         Technology            •   Helicopter Unit         • Juvenile Crime     Research
         • Office of          • Fiscal            • Police                •   Metro Patrol              Division
           Community          • Fleet               Employee              •   Mounted Patrol          • Narcotics and
           Complaints           Management          Benefits              •   North Patrol              Vice
                              • Police Facility   • Records               •   Patrol Administration   • Violent Crimes
                                Improvements        Management            •   Shoal Creek Patrol        Division
                              • Communications                            •   South Patrol
                              • City Radio                                •   Tactical Operations
                                Maintenance                               •   Traffic
                              • Detention
                                Services




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                                 SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                            Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                            2009-10        2010-11          2011-12
Allocation by Outcome




                                                                                                          Police
      Public Safety                                  $     204,222,262 $   206,737,233 $   204,367,683

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $        167,354,893 $   168,463,284 $   170,761,858
      Contracts                                             12,979,176      14,453,837      14,987,308
      Supplies                                               7,622,707       7,098,985       7,055,220
      Equipment                                              2,145,300       1,382,999       3,185,377
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --              --              --
      Debt Service                                             763,940         763,941         511,294
      Capital Improvements                                  13,356,246      14,574,187       7,866,626
                                            Total $        204,222,262 $   206,737,233 $   204,367,683

Allocation by Department
      Police                                         $     203,528,314 $   205,614,635 $   202,745,085
      General Services                                         693,948       1,122,598       1,622,598
                                              Total $      204,222,262 $   206,737,233 $   204,367,683

Allocation by Fund
      General                                        $     181,353,736 $   182,136,214 $   182,136,214
      Public Safety Sales Tax                               13,217,280      14,574,187      10,914,870
      Police Drug Enforcement                                2,137,649       2,203,910       2,185,829
      Police Grant                                           7,330,776       7,822,922       9,130,770
      Capital Improvements                                     182,821               --              --
                                              Total $      204,222,262 $   206,737,233 $   204,367,683

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $      13,400,101 $    14,574,187 $    10,403,576
      Grants                                                 5,324,374       8,119,506       9,456,682
      Permits and Fees                                       4,192,380       4,498,203       4,459,660
      Other Revenue                                                  --              --              --
                                              Total $       22,916,855 $    27,191,896 $    24,319,918

Personnel:
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions       1,487.0         1,482.0         1,484.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                687.0           691.0           687.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                 (3.0)           (3.0)           (4.0)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                 --              --              --
                                                  Total        2,171.0         2,170.0         2,167.0




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                                              SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                   Actual         Adopted        Submitted
         Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2009-10        2010-11         2011-12

         Public Safety                                       $ 204,222,262 $ 206,737,233 $ 204,367,683
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                   Administration
                     Board of Police Commissioners           $        198,287 $      211,402 $       131,433
                     Executive Services Bureau Office                 192,952        187,763         189,991
                     Internal Audit                                   238,173        250,769         243,175
                     Media Information Unit                           498,026        534,534         513,991
                     Office of the Chief of Police                  1,553,039      1,845,596       1,996,476
                     Risk Management                                3,404,854      3,353,421       3,697,807
                                                        Total $     6,085,331 $    6,383,485 $     6,772,873
                   Communications
                     Communications Unit                     $      4,437,165 $    4,665,581 $     4,822,243
                     City Radio Maintenance                           933,360      1,622,485       1,686,140
                                                        Total $     5,370,525 $    6,288,066 $     6,508,383

                   Crime Lab                                 $      5,005,783 $    5,206,087 $     5,415,591

                   Detention Services                        $      2,288,572 $    2,363,695 $     2,413,893

                   Facilities Maintenance                    $      5,182,560 $    6,072,209 $     6,094,583

                   Fiscal                                    $      7,836,424 $    6,783,996 $     6,753,639

                   Fleet Management                          $      6,448,384 $    7,183,881 $     8,063,685

                   Helicopter Unit                           $      1,238,381 $    1,269,824 $     1,271,982

                   Homeland Security
                     Executive Officer to the Chief          $        226,012 $      131,816 $       110,487
                     Logistical Support Division                           --        146,204         150,432
                     Professional Standards                           938,698      1,054,484       1,033,819
                     Intelligence Unit                              1,141,961      1,220,755       1,213,473
                                                        Total $     2,306,671 $    2,553,259 $     2,508,211

                   Human Resources                           $      1,904,168 $    2,069,911 $     1,873,879

                   Information Technology
                     Computer Services                       $      2,367,025 $    2,590,340 $     2,543,844
                     Information Services Division                    714,212        738,163       1,405,567
                                                        Total $     3,081,237 $    3,328,503 $     3,949,411

                   Internal Affairs                          $       913,072 $      941,384 $       903,931




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                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                             Actual         Adopted        Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2009-10        2010-11         2011-12

          Investigations                          $           3,024,141 $     774,014 $      1,155,141




                                                                                                         Police
          Mounted Patrol                          $            576,217 $      689,023 $       691,771

          Narcotics and Vice                      $           8,533,233 $    8,506,134 $     9,534,270

          Office of Community Complaints          $            428,548 $      451,604 $       436,942

          Patrol and Patrol Administration
            Patrol Bureau Office                  $           3,233,203 $    4,579,952 $     4,561,905
            Central Patrol                                   12,506,774     12,310,695      13,310,573
            Metro Patrol                                     10,281,283     10,441,931      10,146,870
            East Patrol                                      11,426,678     11,289,215      11,319,227
            South Patrol                                      6,918,086      7,015,354       6,633,642
            North Patrol                                      7,182,018      7,122,497       7,237,692
            Shoal Creek Patrol                                6,265,976      5,943,470       6,714,572
            Lease Purchase in Car Cameras                       763,940        763,941         511,294
            Grant Programs                                      928,866        574,636         646,368
                                             Total $         59,506,824 $   60,041,691 $    61,082,143

          Planning and Research
            Administration Bureau Office         $              374,186 $      438,841 $       338,410
            Professional Development & Research                 124,637         96,176         183,654
            Planning and Research Unit                        1,023,864      1,209,769       1,131,411
                                           Total $            1,522,687 $    1,744,786 $     1,653,475

          Police Employee Benefits
            Health Insurance                      $          17,565,993 $   17,484,393 $    17,730,831
            Police Civilian Employee Retirement               2,979,465      3,417,293       3,222,454
            Police FICA Benefits                              3,090,242      3,468,290       3,518,569
            Police Retirement                                16,112,985     15,862,701      15,880,220
            Separation Program                                2,489,556      1,600,000       1,600,000
                                                  $          42,238,241 $   41,832,677 $    41,952,074

          Public Safety Sales Tax Program         $          13,400,101 $   14,574,187 $     7,366,626

          Records Management                      $           2,480,406 $    2,770,418 $     2,791,732

          Tactical Operations                     $           3,661,494 $    3,529,944 $     3,547,988




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                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                              Actual         Adopted        Submitted
         Outcome     Programs and Activities                  2009-10        2010-11         2011-12
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                   Traffic
                     Grant Programs                     $      1,398,139 $    1,493,454 $     1,689,850
                     Parking Control                             503,294        638,078         649,004
                     Traffic Division                          5,595,676      5,664,743       5,316,120
                                                   Total $     7,497,109 $    7,796,275 $     7,654,974
                   Training
                     Entrant Officer Unit               $        480,032 $      765,904 $       447,505
                     Training Division                         2,314,893      2,213,151       2,482,354
                                                   Total $     2,794,925 $    2,979,055 $     2,929,859

                   Violent Crimes Division
                     Grant Programs                     $        239,271 $      160,389 $       310,598
                     Violent Crimes Division                   9,497,728      9,145,418       9,487,088
                                                   Total $     9,736,999 $    9,305,807 $     9,797,686

                   Youth Outreach
                     Youth Program                      $        921,353 $      982,866 $       944,287
                     Grant Programs                               32,354         51,517          53,800
                     DARE Program                                206,522        262,935         244,854
                                                   Total $     1,160,229 $    1,297,318 $     1,242,941

                   Department Total                     $ 204,222,262 $ 206,737,233 $ 204,367,683




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                                       Administration
Responsible Division: Management Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Administration Division provides direct management and policy-making for the department including
coordinating the important function of homeland security. It also serves as an information resource to and
from the community.




                                                                                                                    Police
    - Board of Police Commissioners                          - Media Information Unit
    - Office of the Chief of Police                          - Executive Services Bureau Office
    - Internal Audit                                         - Risk Management


                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                  2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $    1,827,259 $      2,020,585 $       2,065,587
   Contracts                                                      4,258,072        4,362,900         4,707,286
   Supplies                                                               --               --                --
   Equipment                                                              --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --                --
                                                      Total $     6,085,331 $      6,383,485 $       6,772,873

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $     6,085,331 $      6,383,485 $       6,772,873
                                                      Total $     6,085,331 $      6,383,485 $       6,772,873

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $              -- $             -- $             --
  Grants                                                                    --               --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --               --               --
  Other Revenue                                                             --               --               --
                                                      Total $               -- $             -- $             --

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                 17.0             16.0               18.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        14.0             17.0               17.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --               --                 --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --               --                 --
                                                    Total                31.0             33.0               35.0




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                                             Communications
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Communications Division is the primary answering point for all 911 calls placed within the geographical
         boundaries of the City. As calls are received, fire and ambulance calls are routed to their respective, separate
         communications units. The Division uses a computer-aided dispatching (CAD) system that is shared with the Fire
         Department in order to allow the transferring of call data between the two departments and to provide better
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         coordination of incidents requiring a mutual response from both departments.

             - Communications Unit                                    - Communications Operations Support Division
             - City Radio Maintenance

                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Radio transmissions                                           8,621,688        9,236,544        8,707,905
            CAD Entries                                                   1,101,485        1,179,340        1,112,500
            911 and administrative calls                                   882,582          952,041          891,408
            Total number of radios maintained                               6,500            6,500            6,500
            Percentage of radios upgraded                                   15.0%           100.0%            15.0%


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                     $    4,831,349 $      5,690,587 $      5,894,640
            Contracts                                                        170,000          186,056          199,261
            Supplies                                                         369,176          411,423          414,482
            Equipment                                                              --               --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --               --
            Debt Service                                                           --               --               --
                                                               Total $     5,370,525 $      6,288,066 $      6,508,383

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                  $     5,370,525 $      6,288,066 $      6,508,383
                                                               Total $     5,370,525 $      6,288,066 $      6,508,383

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                              $             -- $             -- $            --
           Grants                                                                   --               --              --
           Permits and Fees                                                         --               --              --
           Other Revenue                                                            --               --              --
                                                               Total $              -- $             -- $            --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                  --               --               --
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                     127.0            131.0            131.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                      (2.0)            (2.0)            (2.0)
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --               --               --
                                                              Total            125.0            129.0            129.0




                                                              312
                                             Crime Lab
Responsible Division: Investigations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Criminalistics Laboratory Division is a nationally accredited facility consisting of three sections. The Crime
Scene Investigation Section provides 24-hour response for the processing of crime scenes. The Crime
Laboratory Section provides state-of-the-art chemical analysis, firearms and tool mark comparisons, digital
imaging and photography, DNA identification, trace evidence analysis, and crime scene investigation support by




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certified criminalists. The Fingerprint Identification Section provides record check identification services for
incarcerated suspects and applicants for employment or security jobs.

    - Crime Lab

                                                                    Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                              2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
   Number of evidence cases processed annually                       6,812            10,927            7,493
   Number of examinations performed annually                        39,344           230,376           43,278
   Number of DNA backlog cases pending                                294              500               550
   Number of DNA backlog cases processed                              748              700               770


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $    4,052,314 $       4,214,709 $      4,443,838
   Contracts                                                          477,085           522,439          607,449
   Supplies                                                           255,108           369,440          336,304
   Equipment                                                          221,276            99,499           28,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --               --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --               --
                                                        Total $     5,005,783 $       5,206,087 $      5,415,591

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $    3,820,774 $       4,085,289 $      4,274,101
   Police Grant                                                     1,185,009         1,120,798        1,141,490
                                                        Total $     5,005,783 $       5,206,087 $      5,415,591

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $            -- $              -- $             --
  Grants                                                            1,142,943         1,065,104        1,083,197
  Permits and Fees                                                     42,066            55,694           58,293
  Other Revenue                                                             --                --               --
                                                        Total $     1,185,009 $       1,120,798 $      1,141,490

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   6.0              6.0               6.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                         68.0             69.0              71.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --            (0.1)                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                --
                                                     Total                74.0             74.9              77.0




                                                         313
                                             Detention Services
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Detention Services Division has the primary responsibility for the processing and temporary detention of
         individuals arrested for violations of municipal ordinances or state and federal statute violations. The Division is
         charged with the responsibility of providing a safe, clean, and secure environment to persons detained in the
         detention facility.
Police




              - Detention Unit                                            - Property and Evidence Section


                                                                              Actual            Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                               2009-10           2010-11           2011-12
            Number of male prisoners processed                                20,764            23,710            22,000
            Average per day                                                     57                65                60
            Number of female prisoners processed                               5,972             7,118             6,500
            Average per day                                                     16                20                18


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                        $    2,233,902 $       2,301,120 $        2,351,318
            Contracts                                                                 --                --                 --
            Supplies                                                             54,670            62,575             62,575
            Equipment                                                                 --                --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
            Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                                  Total $     2,288,572 $       2,363,695 $        2,413,893

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                     $     2,288,572 $       2,363,695 $        2,413,893
                                                                  Total $     2,288,572 $       2,363,695 $        2,413,893

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                 $              -- $              -- $              --
           Grants                                                                       --                --                --
           Permits and Fees                                                             --                --                --
           Other Revenue                                                                --                --                --
                                                                  Total $               -- $              -- $              --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                    3.0               4.0               3.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                          52.0              52.0              52.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                --
                                                              Total                 55.0              56.0              55.0




                                                                314
                                Facilities Maintenance
Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau/General Services Facility Management
Outcome: Public Safety
The Facilities Maintenance Division coordinates the efforts of both the Capital Improvements Section and the
Building Operations Section. The Capital Improvements Section assists in the planning, bidding, quality control
and the monitoring of funds and expenditures for assigned capital projects. The Building Operations Section
is responsible for the operation of approximately 700,000 square feet of space in 31 different facilities and




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adjacent parking lots.

    - Facilities Management                                   - Capital Improvements Section
    - Building Operations Section

                                                                   Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
   Number of service requests                                       6,185            7,500             6,500


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $    1,883,942 $      2,059,066 $       1,957,261
   Contracts                                                       3,133,091        3,826,424         3,450,603
   Supplies                                                          165,527          186,719           186,719
   Equipment                                                               --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --                --
   Capital Maintenance                                                     --               --          500,000
                                                       Total $     5,182,560 $      6,072,209 $       6,094,583

Allocation by Department
  Police                                                      $    4,488,612 $      4,949,611 $       4,471,985
  General Services                                                   693,948        1,122,598         1,622,598
                                                       Total $     5,182,560 $      6,072,209 $       6,094,583

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $    5,182,560 $      6,072,209 $       5,594,583
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                 --               --          500,000
                                                       Total $     5,182,560 $      6,072,209 $       6,094,583

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $              -- $             -- $      500,000
  Grants                                                                     --               --              --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --               --              --
  Other Revenue                                                              --               --              --
                                                       Total $               -- $             -- $      500,000

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                  5.0              5.0              5.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        46.0             46.0             44.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --               --               --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --               --
                                                     Total               51.0             51.0             49.0




                                                        315
                                                          Fiscal
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Fiscal Division is charged with coordinating matters regarding budget, accounting, payroll, purchasing and
         supply. The department uses a centralized approach to ensure compliance with statutes, Board directives and
         internal controls in these areas.
Police




             - Fiscal Division                                         - Private Officers Licensing
             - Budget Unit                                             - Alarm Licensing
             - Financial Services Unit

                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                            2009-10          2010-11            2011-12
            Percentage of invoices paid within 30 days                      98.5%            98.5%              98.5%
            Number of alarm licenses issued                                 3,245            3,490              3,569
            Number of false alarms                                         14,332           15,526             13,850
            Number of applications received                                 6,100            6,180              6,489


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                     $     2,561,934 $      2,710,546 $       2,653,061
            Contracts                                                       2,193,725        2,340,823         2,516,754
            Supplies                                                        3,037,783        1,732,627         1,583,824
            Equipment                                                          42,982                --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                --
            Debt Service                                                            --               --                --
                                                                Total $     7,836,424 $      6,783,996 $       6,753,639

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                   $     7,204,877 $      6,086,771 $       6,058,289
            Police Grant                                                      631,547          697,225           695,350
                                                                Total $     7,836,424 $      6,783,996 $       6,753,639

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                              $            -- $              -- $             --
           Grants                                                                  --                --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                  653,690           697,225          695,350
           Other Revenue                                                           --                --               --
                                                                Total $      653,690 $         697,225 $        695,350

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                 6.0                  6.0           6.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                       39.0                 39.0          39.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                          --                   --            --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                   --            --
                                                              Total              45.0                 45.0          45.0




                                                              316
                                    Fleet Management
Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Fleet Management Division acquires, maintains, repairs, fuels, and disposes of all police vehicles, along with
ordering and stocking the necessary parts and materials to do so. They oversee the operation of the satellite
Police Service Station which provides around-the-clock fueling, towing, and preventive maintenance services to
the entire fleet. They also monitor all underground fuel tanks for EPA compliance.




                                                                                                                     Police
    - Fleet Operations

                                                                   Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
   Number of vehicle services performed                             9,200            9,500             9,500
   Percent of time fleet is available                               97.3%            95.5%             96.0%


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $    1,912,350 $       2,179,929 $      2,031,920
   Contracts                                                         159,461           171,773          171,773
   Supplies                                                        3,254,986         3,832,179        3,877,492
   Equipment                                                       1,121,587         1,000,000        1,982,500
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --               --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --               --
                                                       Total $     6,448,384 $       7,183,881 $      8,063,685

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $    6,448,384 $       7,183,881 $      6,081,185
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                 --                --       1,982,500
                                                       Total $     6,448,384 $       7,183,881 $      8,063,685

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $              -- $             -- $    1,982,500
  Grants                                                                     --               --              --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --               --              --
  Other Revenue                                                              --               --              --
                                                       Total $               -- $             -- $    1,982,500

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                  1.0              1.0               1.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        45.0             45.0              43.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --               --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                --
                                                     Total               46.0             46.0              44.0




                                                        317
                                                 Helicopter Unit
         Responsible Division: Patrol Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Helicopter Unit is responsible for providing support to other department elements through airborne
         observations. The pilot/observer teams are used in patrol, aerial surveillance, vehicle and foot pursuits,
         emergency and disaster management, tactical operations, narcotic operations, searches, traffic enforcement
         and intelligence gathering.
Police




             - Helicopter Unit

                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Number of attributed apprehensions                              153              184               184
            Car chases                                                      88               140               90
            Foot chases                                                     105              118               110
            Search for vehicle                                              251              315               300


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                     $     747,159 $        704,423 $         683,084
            Contracts                                                       263,026          225,563           274,214
            Supplies                                                        228,196          339,838           314,684
            Equipment                                                             --               --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --               --                --
            Debt Service                                                          --               --                --
                                                               Total $    1,238,381 $      1,269,824 $       1,271,982

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                  $    1,238,381 $      1,269,824 $       1,271,982
                                                               Total $    1,238,381 $      1,269,824 $       1,271,982

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                              $             -- $             -- $             --
           Grants                                                                   --               --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                         --               --               --
           Other Revenue                                                            --               --               --
                                                               Total $              -- $             -- $             --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                 9.0              8.0              8.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        2.0              2.0              2.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --               --               --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --               --               --
                                                              Total              11.0             10.0             10.0




                                                             318
                                  Homeland Security
Responsible Division: Management Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Homeland Security Division coordinates responses to possible threats of terrorism and oversees the CSTAR
(Comprehensive Strategic Team Accountability Review) Program. The Division liaisons with local, state and
federal intelligence agencies regarding crime and terrorism, in order to identify and forecast trends in risk
management and crime issues. The CSTAR Program requires a presentation by divisions to the Chief which




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cover crime data, enforcement and other CSTAR topics.

    - Homeland Security                                      - CSTAR
    - Intelligence Unit                                      - Joint Terrorism Taskforce
    - Professional Standards

                                                                 Actual           Adopted         Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
   Number of CSTAR presentations                                   45               53               90
   Number of security bulletins issued                             120              150              100


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $   2,128,151 $      2,373,259 $      2,328,211
   Contracts                                                       178,520          180,000          180,000
   Supplies                                                              --               --               --
   Equipment                                                             --               --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --               --               --
   Debt Service                                                          --               --               --
                                                     Total $     2,306,671 $      2,553,259 $      2,508,211

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $   2,297,039 $      2,536,930 $      2,508,211
   Police Grant                                                      9,632           16,329                --
                                                     Total $     2,306,671 $      2,553,259 $      2,508,211

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $           -- $             -- $             --
  Grants                                                             9,632           16,329                --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --               --               --
  Other Revenue                                                          --               --               --
                                                     Total $         9,632 $         16,329 $              --

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions               24.0                27.0          27.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                       2.0                 6.0           6.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                        --                  --            --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     --                  --            --
                                                     Total             26.0                33.0          33.0




                                                      319
                                             Human Resources
         Responsible Division: Administration Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Human Resources Division is responsible for coordinating personnel matters and processing grievances
         filed by department members as well as monitoring the discrimination/harassment hotline in accordance with
         department policy. The Division oversees the non-discriminatory recruitment, processing, testing, and hiring of
         qualified applicants for all employment opportunities.
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             - Human Resources Division

                                                                            Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Applications for law enforcement employment                       250              200               200
            Number of minority applications for LE                            44               50                50
            Applications for civilian employment                              185              500               300
            Percent of minority new hires                                    38.0%            30.0%             30.0%


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $    1,742,234 $       1,881,746 $      1,690,714
            Contracts                                                         158,689           173,165          173,165
            Supplies                                                            3,245            15,000           10,000
            Equipment                                                               --                --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --               --
            Debt Service                                                            --                --               --
                                                                Total $     1,904,168 $       2,069,911 $      1,873,879

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                   $     1,904,168 $       2,069,911 $      1,873,879
                                                                Total $     1,904,168 $       2,069,911 $      1,873,879

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $              -- $             -- $                --
           Grants                                                                     --               --                  --
           Permits and Fees                                                           --               --                  --
           Other Revenue                                                              --               --                  --
                                                                Total $               -- $             -- $                --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                  7.0               7.0              7.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        25.0              25.0             22.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --               --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --               --
                                                              Total               32.0              32.0             29.0




                                                               320
                             Information Technology
Responsible Division: Administration Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Information Technology Division oversees the Computer Services Unit which provides support to the
department's personal computer-based network and the mainframe computer. The Division also oversees the
acquisition, inventory and maintenance of approximately 800 personal computers in the department. It provides
end-user support to the approximately 1,800 users in a wide variety of PC applications, operating systems and




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hardware configurations.

    - Information Services Division                          - Computer Services Unit
    - PC Support

                                                                 Actual           Adopted         Submitted
Performance Indicators                                           2009-10          2010-11          2011-12
   Service requests responded to                                  4,287            4,500            4,500
   Percentage of requests handled within 24 hours                 62.0%            70.0%            70.0%


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                     $    2,453,454 $     2,555,005 $      2,685,092
   Contracts                                                        627,783         773,498          709,869
   Supplies                                                               --              --               --
   Equipment                                                              --              --         554,450
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --              --               --
   Debt Service                                                           --              --               --
                                                      Total $     3,081,237 $     3,328,503 $      3,949,411

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $    1,830,164 $     1,931,276 $      2,015,289
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                --              --         554,450
   Police Grant                                                   1,251,073       1,397,227        1,379,672
                                                      Total $     3,081,237 $     3,328,503 $      3,949,411

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                              $            -- $            -- $       554,450
  Grants                                                                  --              --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                1,251,073       1,397,227        1,379,672
  Other Revenue                                                           --              --               --
                                                      Total $     1,251,073 $     1,397,227 $      1,934,122

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                1.0              1.0              2.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                      40.0             39.0             40.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --               --            (1.0)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --               --               --
                                                     Total             41.0             40.0             41.0




                                                       321
                                                 Internal Affairs
         Responsible Division: Management Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Internal Affairs Division conducts investigations of internal matters that involve the actions of department
         personnel. These investigations include, but are not limited to, complaints filed with the Office of Community
         Complaints, the disarming and/or discharging of a firearm by an officer, allegations of sexual harassment,
         inquiries into commendable acts by staff, legal inquiries from the Office of the General Counsel, and any other
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         miscellaneous investigations as directed by the Chief of Police. The Division also serves as the repository for all
         case files associated with internal investigations and response to resistance reports.

             - Internal Affairs Division

                                                                              Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                               2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Number of investigations                                            228              250               250
            Percentage completed within 60 days                                92.0%            95.0%             95.0%


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                       $       913,072 $         941,384 $        903,931
            Contracts                                                                 --                --               --
            Supplies                                                                  --                --               --
            Equipment                                                                 --                --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --               --
            Debt Service                                                              --                --               --
                                                                  Total $       913,072 $         941,384 $        903,931

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                     $       913,072 $         941,384 $        903,931
                                                                  Total $       913,072 $         941,384 $        903,931

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                $               -- $             -- $             --
           Grants                                                                       --               --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                             --               --               --
           Other Revenue                                                                --               --               --
                                                                  Total $               -- $             -- $             --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   13.0              13.0              13.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                           2.0               2.0               2.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                              Total                 15.0              15.0              15.0




                                                                322
                                        Investigations
Responsible Division: Investigations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Investigations Division oversees the operations of Narcotics and Vice, Violent Crimes and Investigative
Services. The Investigations Division is responsible for investigating reported crimes thus leading to the
identification, apprehension and prosecution of persons responsible. Support services are provided through the
collection, preservation, and forensic examination of evidence, and the apprehension and extradition of criminals.




                                                                                                                     Police
    - Investigations Bureau Office

                                                                   Actual           Adopted          Submitted
Performance Indicators                                             2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
   Number of violent crimes worked                                  4,993            6,200             5,542
   Percentage of cases cleared                                      47.0%            22.0%             58.0%


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   2,767,590 $         400,393 $        763,003
   Contracts                                                         114,700           180,121          224,438
   Supplies                                                            3,875                 --               --
   Equipment                                                         137,976           193,500          167,700
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --               --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --               --
                                                       Total $     3,024,141 $         774,014 $      1,155,141

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $   2,652,045 $         272,958 $        268,668
   Police Drug Enforcement                                                 --                --               --
   Police Grant                                                      372,096           501,056          886,473
                                                       Total $     3,024,141 $         774,014 $      1,155,141

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           -- $              -- $             --
  Grants                                                             372,096           501,056          886,473
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --               --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                --               --
                                                       Total $       372,096 $         501,056 $        886,473

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                  3.0               2.0              5.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                         1.0               1.0              2.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --               --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --               --
                                                     Total                4.0               3.0              7.0




                                                         323
                                                Mounted Patrol
         Responsible Division: Patrol Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Mounted Patrol Division augments the patrol district stations by patrolling various areas within the city and
         the park system. They provide a unique presence at parades, community events, and for ceremonial and honor
         guard occasions. The section will also establish a training program for youth at the Mounted Patrol Barracks
         located in Swope Park.
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             - Mounted Patrol

                                                                             Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                              2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Number of times deployed                                           437              469               500


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                       $      517,809 $        623,506 $         623,484
            Contracts                                                           27,460           24,527            27,297
            Supplies                                                            30,948           40,990            40,990
            Equipment                                                                --               --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --                --
            Debt Service                                                             --               --                --
                                                                 Total $       576,217 $        689,023 $         691,771

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                    $       576,217 $        689,023 $         691,771
                                                                 Total $       576,217 $        689,023 $         691,771

         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                $              -- $             -- $             --
           Grants                                                                      --               --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                            --               --               --
           Other Revenue                                                               --               --               --
                                                                 Total $               -- $             -- $             --

         Personnel
            No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   9.0               9.0               9.0
            No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            --               --               1.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --               --                --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                --
                                                              Total                 9.0               9.0              10.0




                                                               324
                                     Narcotics and Vice
Responsible Division: Investigations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety
The Narcotics and Vice Division works with federal, state, and county agencies to investigate mid- and upper-
level drug dealers and vice crimes. Various units and sections of the Division work to intercept or disrupt the
flow of illegal drugs into the City, retard the retail trafficking of drugs, and investigate prostitution, liquor and
gambling violations, pornography, child enticements on the internet, human trafficking, money laundering and




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conspiracy cases, and meth labs.

     - Drug Enforcement Unit                                       - Street Narcotics and Vice Units
     - Interdiction Section

                                                                       Actual            Adopted           Submitted
Performance Indicators                                                 2009-10           2010-11            2011-12
   Number of arrests                                                    1,446             1,344              1,446


Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     7,807,862 $       7,902,275 $       8,558,510
   Contracts                                                              681,923           570,323           842,033
   Supplies                                                                18,475            18,536            53,000
   Equipment                                                               24,973            15,000            80,727
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                                 --                --                --
                                                           Total $      8,533,233 $       8,506,134 $       9,534,270

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $     5,353,712 $       4,899,015 $       5,406,642
   Police Drug Enforcement                                              1,817,787         1,940,975         1,940,975
   Police Grant                                                         1,361,734         1,666,144         2,186,653
                                                           Total $      8,533,233 $       8,506,134 $       9,534,270

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             -- $              -- $              --
  Grants                                                                1,361,734         1,666,144         2,186,653
  Permits and Fees                                                      1,817,787         1,940,975         1,940,975
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                --                --
                                                           Total $      3,179,521 $       3,607,119 $       4,127,628

Personnel
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                     98.0               90.0              90.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            18.0               14.0              15.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --                --
                                                     Total                  116.0              104.0             105.0




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                            Office of Community Complaints
         Responsible Division: Management Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety
         The Office of Community Complaints serves as an oversight agency for the Board of Police Commissioners.
         They receive and review complaints filed against officers or members of the department and make
         recommendations as to whether those complaints should be formally investigated, mediated, or conciliated.
Police




             - Office of Community Complaints

                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
         Performance Indicators                                           2009-10          2010-11           2011-12
            Number of citizen complaints received annually                  454              501               477


         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits