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					                             KANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL
                                      AGENDA
                               Kannapolis Train Station
                         201 South Main Street Kannapolis, NC
                                    June 25, 2012
                                       6:00 PM



CALL TO ORDER AND WELCOME
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
Motion to adopt agenda or make revisions
MOMENT OF SILENT PRAYER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPROVAL/CORRECTION OF MINUTES
1. April 04, 2012 Continued Meeting
2. April 09, 2012 Workshop Meeting
3. April 23, 2012 Continued Meeting
4. April 23, 2012 Business Meeting
5. May 02, 2012 Continued Meeting
6. May 14, 2012 Workshop Minutes
7. May 31, 2012 Continued Meeting
8. May 14, 2012 Closed Session Minutes
CONSENT AGENDA
1. Motion to add the addition of Two Stop Signs at the Intersection of Wood Avenue and Walter
   Street (Wilmer Melton, Director of Public Works)
2. Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $10,275 (Chief J.W.
   Chavis)
3. Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $300,000 (Eric Davis,
   Finance Director)
4. Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $400,000 (Eric Davis,
   Finance Director)
BUSINESS AGENDA
A. Motion to adopt FY 2011-2012 Capital Project Ordinance in the amount of $50,000 (Eric
   Davis, Finance Director)
B. Motion to adopt FY 2012-2013 Budget Ordinance (Eric Davis, Finance Director)
C. Motion to approve FY 2012-2013 Fee Schedule (Eric Davis, Finance Director)
D. Motion to adopt FY 2013-2022 Capital Improvement Plan (Eric Davis, Finance Director)
E. Motion to approve City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies (Eric Davis, Finance Director)
F. Make appointments to fill vacanies on the Planning & Zoning Commission and Board of
   Adjustment (Kris Krider, Planning Director)
G. Motion to appoint members to the Community Development Commission (Sherrry Jones,
   Community Development Program Administrator)
H. Motion to appoint members to the Parks and Recreation Commission (Gary Mills, Parks and
   Recreation Director)
CITY MANAGER REPORT - (Mike Legg, City Manager)
SPEAKERS FROM THE FLOOR - In order to speak to Council, please fill out a white card and
return to the City Clerk. Cards are located on the table in the lobby. Please limit comments to 3
minutes
Adjourn Meeting
Upcoming Schedule
City Council Meeting - July 09, 6:00 PM Kannapolis Train Station 201 S. Main Street,
Kannapolis
City Council Meeting - July 23, 6:00 PM Kannapolis Train Station 201 S. Main Street,
Kannapolis


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 1                                 CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                               COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                     April 04, 2012
 4
 5   A continued meeting from March 26, 2012 of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North
 6   Carolina was held on Wednesday, April 04 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at PBH Facility located at 4855
 7   Milestone Avenue, Kannapolis, NC.
 8
 9   CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                      Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:            Tom Kincaid
14                                      Roger Haas
15                                      Darrell Hinnant
16                                      Gene McCombs
17                                      Ryan Dayvault
18                                      Randy Cauthen
19
20          Council Members Absent: None
21
22          City Manager:               Mike Legg
23
24          Deputy City Manager:        Eddie Smith
25
26          City Clerk:                 Bridgette Bell, MMC
27
28          City Attorney:              Walter M. Safrit, II
29
30          Staff Present:              Ann Gibson             Irene Sacks
31                                      Kris Krider            Tony Eury
32                                      Eric Davis             Fire Chief Ernie Hiers
33                                      Wilmer Melton          Tina Cline
34                                      Gary Mills             Donie Parker
35                                      Steve Bissinger        Police Chief J.W. Chavis
36                                      David Jordan
37
38          Others Present:             David Long             Gary Walker
39
40   CALL TO ORDER A D WELCOME
41   Mayor Misenheimer reconvened the meeting from March 26, 2012 and welcomed those in
42   attendance.
43
44   Council Member Haas made a motion to adopt the agenda. Motion was seconded by Council
45   Member Kincaid and approved by unanimous vote.
46
47   FOCUS- Economic Development Strategies & Investments – (Mike Legg, City Manager,
48   Eddie Smith, Deputy City Manager, David Long, Facilitator, Irene Sacks, Director of
49   Business and Community Affairs, Kris Krider, Planning Director
 1   Staff made presentations on several key economic development focus areas. After each
 2   presentation, Council was prompted by David Long, Facilitator to brainstorm projects,
 3   initiatives, opportunities to further the cause of each of the focus areas. After the brainstorming,
 4   the Facilitator helped Council prioritize the initiatives/ideas. At the end of the day, Council was
 5   asked to rank order the focus areas in order to know the relative priority of each.
 6
 7   During the City’s Citizens Academy and Employee Academy’s, participates were asked to list
 8   what they thought were the City’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The results
 9   showed similarities in comparison with that same list City Council created at their April retreat.
10
11   Focus Area: Tourism – Eddie Smith, Deputy City Manager
12   Facilitator David Long, asked Council Members why tourism is so important. What should be
13   done to address the most important tourism related issues/needs/opportunities facing the City
14   over the next 5-10 years? City Council listed over 50 items that included initiatives and/or ideas
15   on how do we educate/market the Dale Trail/Earnhardt legacy. Creating a Discovery Place
16   branch, develop a brand that integrates textile, motorsports history, and health and nutrition.
17   Recruit downtown into a desirable destination that includes attractions such as restaurants and
18   shops. Improve Gateways, build a civic center, relocate, enlarge, and promote tours of the NC
19   Music Hall of Fame. Seek a historical mill village destination. Develop an agricultural product
20   tied into the agricultural program at NCRC. Sports complex, promote the baseball stadium.
21   Develop motorsports tours (Stewart-Haas Racing and Mike Curb Motorsports), enhance the
22   Summer Concert series. Support and develop a regional greenway system. Construct a
23   downtown hotel.
24
25   Focus Area: Downtown – Kris Krider, Planning Director
26   Some of the challenges of the downtown area is that the buildings are problematic due to the size
27   constraints, asbestos in the basement, (unusable space), elevators on the second floor and
28   parking. The downtown is important because it is a reflection of how we see ourselves, the heart
29   of the community. Is our best solution for tourist activity, home of the NCRC, the single biggest
30   investment in our future? Priorities of the Center Center Master Plan Committee are to increase
31   office, retain, and other business activity in downtown. Increase the number of residents using
32   the downtown area for everyday activities, like exercise, dining, and meeting people. Establish a
33   strong image, identity and brand for downtown. Increase the amount of people downtown during
34   evenings and weekends. Increase the amount of traffic to downtown by attracting visitors/tourist
35   from outside of Kannapolis to eat, shop or see and experience sites. Commit staff and funding
36   resources to revitalizing downtown. Ensure the quality and compatibility of future development
37   in the downtown area. Make downtown a gathering place for festivals and events. Increase the
38   number of people living downtown and make downtown more accessible and safer for
39   pedestrians. Improve the aesthetics, including signage and streetscape. Make downtown easier to
40   find and navigate for visitors. Downtown is the best opportunity for a walkable, mixed-use
41   environment and should become the center of our daily lives.
42
43   Focus Area: Small Business Development - Irene Sacks, Director of Community and
44   Business Affairs
45   Support growth, creation, and attraction of entrepreneurs and small businesses through:
46   entrepreneurial sprint/training, entrepreneurial sprint/culture, and quality of life. Mrs. Sacks gave
47   examples of other how other municipalities motivate entrepreneurial development.
48

     City Council                                     2
     April 04, 2012 continued
 1   In summary, Mr. Legg noted that the session was very informative and gave Staff critical
 2   information on how to proceed with City Council’s goals and expectations of a realistic
 3   economic development plan for the City. All of the information gathered will be developed into a
 4   long-term economic development plan for presentation to City Council in a few months.
 5
 6   Mayor Pro tem McCombs made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Motion was seconded by
 7   Council Member Hinnant and approved by unanimous vote.
 8
 9   There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 3:35 p.m. on Wednesday, April 04
10   2012.
11
12
13                                               _________________________
14                                               Robert S. Misenheimer
15                                               Mayor
16   __________________________
17   Bridgette Bell, MMC
18   City Clerk




     City Council                                   3
     April 04, 2012 continued
 1                                  CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                                COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                      April 09, 2012
 4
 5   A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina was held on
 6   Monday April 09, 2012 at 6:00 p.m., at the Kannapolis Train Station, 201 South Main Street,
 7   Kannapolis, North Carolina.
 8
 9          CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                       Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:             Tom Kincaid
14                                       Darrell Hinnant
15                                       Gene McCombs
16                                       Ryan Dayvault
17                                       Randy Cauthen
18
19          Council Members Absent: Roger Haas
20
21          City Manager:                Mike Legg
22
23          Deputy City Manager:         Eddie Smith
24
25          City Clerk:                  Bridgette Bell, MMC
26
27          City Attorney:               Walter M. Safrit, II
28
29          Staff Present:               Irene Sacks            Fire Chief Ernie Hiers
30                                       Pat Patty              Tony Eury
31                                       David Jordan           Wilmer Melton
32                                       Steve Bissinger        Kris Krider
33                                       Eric Davis             Sherry Jones
34                                       Donie Parker           Kassie Watts
35                                       Jimmy Cooper
36
37          Visitors:                    Meredith Holt
38
39   Mayor Misenheimer called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance.
40
41   Mayor Misenheimer recognized Mr. Cooper (904 Mooresville Road, Kannapolis) from the
42   audience. Mr. Cooper stated he was a veteran and had served during the Vietnam War. He fought
43   for the USA for our freedom and he can’t understand why we are letting our freedom slip right
44   through our hands, something that he and other veterans have fought for and given their life. He
45   said what really bothers him is that Council received a letter from someone in Wisconsin saying
46   that you can’t pray in the name of Jesus anymore. Why would you let an outsider come and tell
47   you how to run the affairs of Kannapolis? He feels that would be the same thing as him coming
48   into your house and telling you how to run it. He asked why Council did not put up a fight. As a
49   Veteran, he sees these things slipping away from us. He asked that Council reconsider their
50   decision and keep praying in the name of Jesus, not just for him, but also for every Veteran who
 1   has ever given their life for the United States of America. If he hurt any feelings, he cannot
 2   apologize, that is just the way he feels.
 3
 4   Mayor Misenheimer thanked Mr. Cooper for his comments and assured him that Council
 5   carefully considered the same issues before making their decision.
 6
 7   Moment of Silent Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance - Mayor Bob Misenheimer
 8
 9   PROCLAMATIO S:
10   Mayor Misenheimer proclaimed the following: Earth Day April 22, 2012 and Fair Housing
11   Month of April.
12
13   ADOPTIO OF AGE DA:
14   Council Member Hinnant made a motion to adopt the agenda. Council Member Cauthen
15   seconded the motion and approved by unanimous vote.
16
17   CO SE T AGE DA:
18   Council Member Hinnant made a motion to adopt the consent agenda. Council Member
19   Dayvault seconded the motion and approved by unanimous vote.
20
21   MOTIO - Approve a Resolution to Convey Property at 203 James Street to Habitat for
22   Humanity Cabarrus (Sherry Jones, Community Development Program Administrator)
23   (Copy included as Exhibit A)
24
25   BUSI ESS AGE DA:
26
27   PUBLIC HEARI G - Conduct a Public Hearing and consider an Ordinance to voluntary
28   annex approximately 55.68 acres of property located between Moose Road and Lane Street
29   (Kris Krider, Planning Director) (Copy included as Exhibit B)
30   The City’s baseball stadium off Lane Street was acquired by deed recorded February 14, 2012.
31   The two properties are identified as Rowan County PIN’s: 1450193 and 1450233. However, the
32   stadium is not within the City limits. To change this, it is an option for the City to initiate
33   annexation of contiguous property it owns by adoption of a resolution stating its intent to do so.
34   The process is then continued at the next meeting with a public hearing and ordinance
35   completing the annexation. Although the City currently has jurisdiction to provide police
36   services (it always has one mile outside of the current City limits) the property is provided fire
37   protection via the Mt. Mitchell Voluntary Fire District. Annexation would bring the entire site
38   within the City of Kannapolis Fire Department’s jurisdiction.
39
40   The 55.68 acre stadium site is, by definition, contiguous to the current principal City limits as
41   G.S. 160A-31 provides that the City may annex property even though it is separated by rivers,
42   streams, roads or property owned by another state political subdivision (a city, for example). Of
43   course, Lake Fisher is owned by the City of Concord and the City borders the lake on its west
44   side directly across from the stadium. The current Kannapolis city limits virtually surround the
45   stadium site as the City also borders Lane Street and the CMC Kannapolis site (in the City
46   limits) to the south. As is required by the North Carolina General Statutes, a City of Kannapolis
47   zoning designation will be applied to the property within 60 days of the effective date of the
48   annexation. However, in this instance the property is already within our ETJ in Rowan County
49   and is zoned OI – Office and Institutional.
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     April 09, 2012
 1
 2   Prior to considering the annexation ordinance, pursuant to G.S. 160A-31, the City Council must
 3   first direct the City Clerk to determine and certify the sufficiency of the petition and set a public
 4   hearing for consideration of the petition. At the March 21, 2012 City Council meeting, the City
 5   Clerk was directed to determine the sufficiency of this petition. Upon reviewing the petition and
 6   accompanying attachments, the City Clerk certified the sufficiency of the annexation petition.
 7   As such, the public hearing date was set and advertised for April 9, 2012. The annexation is
 8   consistent with the Comprehensive Plan as defined in Appendix A of the Unified Development
 9   Ordinance.
10
11   Mayor Misenheimer opened the public hearing to those in attendance. There being no speakers,
12   the public hearing was closed.
13
14   Mayor Pro tem McCombs made a motion to approve the Ordinance to voluntary annex
15   approximately 55.68 acres of property located between Moose Road and Lane Street. Motion
16   was seconded by Council Member Kincaid and approved by unanimous vote.
17
18   PUBLIC HEARI G - Conduct a Public Hearing regarding the use of Fiscal Year 2012
19   2013 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the U.S. Department of
20   Housing and Urban Development (HUD) (Sherry Jones, Community Development
21   Program Administrator) (Copy included as Exhibit C)
22   Each year the City must present within its Annual Action Plan submittal to HUD a defined work
23   program for the funding level being sought. The City will submit its action plan to HUD by May
24   15. The plan is being made available to the public for a 30-day period, which will end on April
25   28, 2012.
26
27   This public hearing allows the City to receive citizens’ comments or questions on the use of
28   Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The Community
29   Development Commission will review the draft and provide comments as well.
30
31   The City expects to receive $354,220 in CDBG funds in Fiscal Year 2012-13 (July 1, 2012 –
32   June 30, 2013). It is recommended that the following activities to be undertaken with the FY
33   2012-13 funds:
34
35             I.           2012-2013 Proposed CDBG Budget
36                          A. Anticipated Revenues
37                          CDBG Entitlement                              $354,220
38                          Estimated Program Income                         -0-
39                          TOTAL                                         $354,220
40
41                          B. Proposed Expenditures
42                          Urgent Repair/Weatherization                  $ 90,221
43                          Park Project                                  $ 20,000
44                          Demolition                                    $ 50,000
45                          Section 108 Loan Repayment                    $ 73,999
46                          Non-profit Partnerships                       $ 50,000
47                          General Administration/Fair Housing           $ 70,000
48                          TOTAL                                         $354,220
49
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     April 09, 2012
 1   Mayor Pro tem McCombs asked how the weatherization program worked. Council Member
 2   Cauthen asked if Habitat assisted or if we use private contractors.
 3
 4   Mayor Misenheimer opened the public hearing to those in attendance. There being no speakers,
 5   the public hearing was closed.
 6
 7   MOTIO - Approve the FY 2012-2013 CDBG Annual Action Plan (Sherry Jones,
 8   Community Development Program Administrator)
 9   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to approve the FY 2012-2013 CDBG Annual Action
10   Plan. Motion was seconded by Mayor Pro tem McCombs and approved by unanimous vote.
11
12   REPORT - City Council Retreat and Economic Development Summit Follow Up (Mike
13   Legg, City Manager)
14   Mr. Legg reported on the findings from the Economic Development Summit held on April 4,
15   2012. Staff will prepare a more comprehensive Economic Development Plan to be presented at
16   the follow up meeting set for May 2, 2012 at the PBH Facility beginning at 9:00.
17
18   He suggested that Council continue this meeting until 3:30 on Monday, April 23 in order to
19   discuss financial planning and the upcoming budget review.
20
21   CITY MA AGER REPORT- (Mike Legg, City Manager)
22   He announced that the NCDOT meeting for April 12 has been cancelled. The NCDOT has asked
23   to make presentation to City Council at their next regular meeting regarding the 24th Street
24   Separated Grade Crossing.
25
26   Mr. Legg updated Council on a meeting that he and Mayor Misenheimer had with the Cannon
27   Foundation regarding Veterans Park. It is the thought to open up Veterans Park to those who also
28   worked in the mill. The copula had been part of the original plans of the renovations, but it may
29   be better suitable elsewhere in the City, possibly part of a gateway entrance. Bids for the project
30   will be going out next week. Staff will out work the logistics and will bring back more details for
31   discussion later.
32
33   There being no other business, Council Member Hinnant made a motion that the meeting be
34   continued to 3:30 p.m. on April 23, 2012 at the Kannapolis Train Station.
35
36   The meeting recessed at 6:57 p.m. on Monday April 09, 2012.
37
38
39                                                _________________________
40                                                Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor
41
42   __________________________
43   Bridgette Bell, MMC City Clerk




     City Council Meeting                                                                             4
     April 09, 2012
 1                                    CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                                  COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                        April 23, 2012
 4
 5   A continued meeting from April 09, 2012 of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North
 6   Carolina was held on Monday, April 23, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. at the Kannapolis Train Station
 7   located at 201 South Main Street, Kannapolis, NC.
 8
 9   CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                         Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:               Tom Kincaid
14                                         Roger Haas
15                                         Darrell Hinnant
16                                         Gene McCombs
17                                         Ryan Dayvault
18                                         Randy Cauthen
19
20          Council Members Absent: None
21
22          City Manager:                  Mike Legg
23
24          Deputy City Manager:           Eddie Smith
25
26          City Clerk:                    Bridgette Bell, MMC
27
28          City Attorney:                 Walter M. Safrit, II
29
30          Staff Present:                 Wilmer Melton          Fire Chief Ernie Hiers
31                                         Eric Davis             Irene Sacks
32                                         Steve Bissinger        Donie Parker
33                                         Tina Cline             Tony Eury
34                                         David Jordan           Gary Mills
35                                         Kris Krider            Police Chief J.W. Chavis
36
37          Others Present:                Gary Walker            Ann Gibson
38
39   CALL TO ORDER A D WELCOME
40   Mayor Misenheimer reconvened the meeting continued from April 09, 2012.
41
42   Council Member Kincaid made a motion to adopt the agenda. Motion was seconded by Council
43   Member Haas and approved by unanimous vote.
44
45   Financial Planning and Upcoming Budget Review – (Mike Legg, City Manager, Eric Davis,
46   Finance Director) (Copy included as Exhibit A)
47   Mr. Davis provided a presentation of the Fiscal Policy Review, which is a follow up to the
48   previously held retreat. It is Staff’s objective to bring back a fiscal policy guideline for Council
49   to adopt in conjunction with the annual budget sometime in June. Two main goals of adopting a
50   fiscal policy is to set a financial foundation for the City in going forward long term and to
51   improve the City’s bond rating, which currently is A+. By adopting and implementing the fiscal
52   policy guidelines, will help the City achieve an AA rating, thus making borrowing less expensive
53   and saves money.
54
 1   Highlights of the presentation included:
 2   5 Proposed Policies
 3       • Budget Development
 4          -Enterprise Funds will be self-supporting
 5          -One time revenues will not be used to finance recurring city operations
 6
 7       •    Capital Improvement Plan
 8            -City Council will adopt a CIP
 9            -CIP will undergo major revisions every other year
10            -Grants will only be sought for approved CIP projects
11
12       •    Debt Management
13            -City will seek a balanced approach to capital funding (debt vs. cash (pay-go)
14            -Tax supported debt will be capped at 2% of assessed value
15            -Debt service expenditures will not exceed 15% of the total fund expenditures (currently
16            at approximately 12%)
17            -Aggregate 10-year principal payout ratio of 60% or better
18            -Target of 10% equity funding in CIP on 5-year rolling average
19
20       •    Cash Reserves
21            -Budget a contingency reserve of at least .5%
22            -Establish a fund balance range between 25% - 33% (13-17 weeks operating
23            expenditures)
24            -Plan for City if we go outside of the approved range
25            -Enterprise Funds will strive to maintain cash balances
26                    -water & sewer fund 25% $3.2M
27                    -storm water fund      25% $475K
28                    -environmental fund 10% $359K
29
30       •    Investment Policy
31            -Establishes approved investment instruments
32            -Stresses goal of the City is Safety, Liquidity, & Yield
33            -Provides parameters for portfolio diversification
34                    -diversification by instrument type: T-Bills, CD’s NC Capital Management Trust
35                    -diversification by maturity schedule: 1Yr (50%), 3 Yr (75%) and 5 Yr 9100%)
36
37   General discussion occurred regarding the general obligation bond referendum, costs,
38   alternatives and schedule and the inter fund transfer status report. Mr. Davis addressed questions
39   from Council regarding the revenue-neutral tax rate for FY 13, funding alternatives: GO bonds
40   vs. Limited Obligation Bonds (COPS). The proposed budget will be presented to City Council
41   next month for their consideration.
42
43   Council Member Dayvault made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Motion was seconded by
44   Council Member Cauthen and approved by unanimous vote.
45
46   There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 5:35 p.m. on Monday, April 23, 2012.
47
48                                                        _________________________
49                                                        Robert S. Misenheimer
50   __________________________                           Mayor
51   Bridgette Bell, MMC, City Clerk
     City Council                                    2
     April 23, 2012 continued
 1                                 CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                               COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                     April 23, 2012
 4
 5   A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina was held on
 6   Monday April 23, 2012, at 6:00 p.m., at the Kannapolis Train Station, 201 South Main Street,
 7   Kannapolis, North Carolina.
 8
 9          CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                      Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:            Tom Kincaid
14                                      Roger Haas
15                                      Darrell Hinnant
16                                      Gene McCombs
17                                      Ryan Dayvault
18                                      Randy Cauthen
19
20          Council Members Absent: None
21
22          City Manager:               Mike Legg
23
24          Deputy City Manager:        Eddie Smith
25
26          City Clerk:                 Bridgette Bell, MMC
27
28          City Attorney:              Walter M. Safrit, II
29
30          Staff Present:              Kris Krider            Irene Sacks
31                                      Ann Gibson             Donie Parker
32                                      Wilmer Melton          Fire Chief Ernie Hiers
33                                      Steve Bissinger        Eric Davis
34                                      Gary Mills             Police Chief J.W. Chavis
35
36          Others Present:             L.J. Weslowski         Louis Suther
37                                      Eric Lisk              Darrell Brigman
38                                      Sharon Brigman         Eric Atkinson
39                                      Dustin Perrell         Chris Morris
40                                      Jerry Morgan           Tim Roth
41                                      Todd Haley             Brad Brothers
42                                      Tony Power             Pat Ivey
43                                      Matthew Simmons        Jason Orthner
44                                      Jahmal Pullen          Pat Ivey
45                                      Jeannie Childers       Doretha Smith
46                                      Lisa Nabors            William Tilley
47                                      Gina Anthony           Abiezer Mercado Morales
48                                      Allan Overcash         David Lambert
 1                                      Gilbert O’Bryan      Wesley Kirk
 2                                      Lucas Stroud         Kirk Beard
 3                                      Adam Smith           Stuart Lodge
 4                                      Mary Wrenn-Lodge     Butch King
 5                                      Lynda Rape           Nancy McJunkin
 6                                      Patrick Trombly      Sherry Jones
 7                                      Jordan Guilliams     Steven Cockrell
 8                                      Andrew Kelemecz      Becky Thompson
 9                                      Jamion Archie        Jerry Morgan
10                                      Darrell Jackson      Andrew Wojciechoski
11                                      Helen Miller         Joseph Mitchell
12                                      Andrew Baker         Dianne Berry
13                                      Gail Vaughn          Jessica Hughes
14                                      Billie Rosene        Donald Hartsell
15                                      Gordon Miller        JoAnn Crosby
16                                      Sylvia Johnson
17
18   CALL TO ORDER A D WELCOME
19
20   Mayor Misenheimer called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance.
21
22   Moment of Silent Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance - Mayor Bob Misenheimer
23
24   PROCLAMATIO S:
25
26   Mayor Misenheimer proclaimed the following: Soil and Water Stewardship Week and National
27   Day of Prayer.
28
29   RECOG ITIO :
30
31   Eddie Smith, Deputy City Manager recognized the Kannapolis Employee and Citizen Academy
32   participants that were present at the meeting.
33
34   ADOPTIO OF AGE DA:
35
36   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to adopt the agenda. Council Member Hinnant
37   seconded the motion and it was approved by unanimous vote.
38
39   APPROVAL/CORRECTIO OF MI UTES:
40
41   Council Member Haas made a motion to approve the minutes of the March 7, 2012 continued
42   meeting. The motion was seconded by Mayor Pro tem McCombs and approved by unanimous
43   vote.
44
45   Mayor Pro tem McCombs made a motion to approve the minutes of the March 12, 2012 regular
46   meeting. The motion was seconded by Council Member Cauthen and approved by unanimous
47   vote.
48
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     April 23, 2012
 1   Council Member Hinnant made a motion to approve the minutes of the March 26, 2012 regular
 2   meeting. The motion was seconded by Council Member Dayvault and approved by unanimous
 3   vote.
 4   Council Member Haas made a motion to approve the closed minutes of the February 27, 2012
 5   closed session meeting. The motion was seconded by Council Member Kincaid and approved by
 6   unanimous vote.
 7
 8   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to approve the closed minutes of the March 12, 2012
 9   closed session meeting. The motion was seconded by Council Member Hinnant and approved by
10   unanimous vote.
11
12   Council Member Kincaid made a motion to approve the closed minutes of the March 26, 2012
13   closed session meeting. The motion was seconded by Council Member Hinnant and approved by
14   unanimous vote.
15
16   CO SE T AGE DA:
17
18   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to adopt the consent agenda. Council Member Kincaid
19   seconded the motion and it was approved by unanimous vote.
20
21   MOTIO – Authorize the Mayor to execute the Second Amendment to Employment Agreement
22   for the City Manager (Wally Safrit, City Attorney) (Copy included as Exhibit A)
23
24   BUSI ESS AGE DA:
25
26   PRESE TATIO – 24th Street Separated Grade Crossing (Wilmer Melton, Public Works
27   Director)
28
29   Mr. Melton introduced Jahmal Pullen, Engineer Service Manager of the NCDOT. Mr. Pullen
30   recognized Matthew Simmons, Senior Project Manager, Pat Ivey, Division 9 Engineer and Jason
31   Orthner, Engineer Manager of Rail Design.
32
33   Mr. Pullen gave an update on the NCDOT Piedmont Improvement Program, a series of
34   improvements to the railroad between Raleigh and Charlotte to increase railroad capacity,
35   efficiency, and safety.
36
37   The NCDOT’s rail division held an informal design public hearing on December 5, 2011
38   regarding the proposed trail and rail crossing improvements between Salisbury and Kannapolis.
39   The proposed Project would include the construction of 11 miles of second railroad track on the
40   North Carolina Railroad from south of Henderson Grove Church Road (SR 1526) in Salisbury to
41   south of 18th Street in Kannapolis to increase railroad track capacity and efficiency of railroad
42   operations. Under this Project, new bridges also will be constructed to separate automobile and
43   train traffic, thus increasing safety along the corridor. In Kannapolis, the Project includes the
44   construction of a new road connection from US 29 (Cannon Boulevard) to N. Main Street at 24th
45   Street with a new bridge over the railroad to replace the existing railroad crossings at 29th Street,
46   22nd Street (SR 1254), and 18th Street. The construction will improve train reliability by
47   allowing passenger and freight trains to quickly and efficiently move around each other, aid in

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 1   future growth of train traffic, and provide railroad tracks that will be able to support higher
 2   speeds.
 3
 4   Additionally, replacing selected railroad crossings with new bridges built either over or under the
 5   road and improving or removing other crossings will reduce the risk of vehicle/train collisions,
 6   improve safety for vehicle and rail passengers, reduce vehicle and train traffic congestion, and
 7   reduce train horn noise.
 8
 9   Council Members expressed concerns that the projects will take longer than proposed. Residents
10   have already been inconvenienced for longer than expected referring to a state DOT project to
11   construct a pedestrian tunnel under Loop Road.
12
13   Council Member Dayvault asked when businesses or property owners would know how much
14   compensation they would receive, or if they would have to relocate. Mr. Orthner explained the
15   right of way purchase or acquisition of real property in underway and that the compensation
16   would be based on fair market value.
17
18   Mr. Pullen also provided an update on the Rogers Lake Road and 24th Street grade separation.
19
20   The 24th Street connection project schedule process begins April/May 2012 with the process of
21   right of way acquisition with a completion date of November 2014 and railroad construction
22   completed in December 2016.
23
24   Mayor Misenheimer and Council thanked Mr. Pullen and DOT officials for making their
25   presentation.
26
27   Mayor Misenheimer also asked that they stay around after the meeting so that citizens may ask
28   questions directly.
29
30   MOTIO – Approve a Resolution stating the intent of the City to consider the withdrawal
31   from dedication of a 10-foot pedestrian easement and establishment of a Public Hearing
32   date on June 11, 2012 (Wilmer Melton, Public Works Director) (Copy included as Exhibit
33   B)
34
35   The property owners of lots 61, 62, 77, 78, 112, and 113 within the Pelhem Pointe Subdivision
36   have submitted a petition requesting the closure of a 10-foot pedestrian easement as shown on
37   the recorded plat. The pedestrian easement between the lots was for additional amenities for
38   residents within the subdivision; however, after evaluating the benefit, City staff and the
39   developer decided a pool would better serve the development as opposed to the neighborhood
40   trails. Therefore, the dedicated easements for pedestrian trails are no longer necessary. The
41   approval of this recommendation is in keeping with the practice of City Council of vacating
42   easements that are no longer necessary for public use, returning the land to private ownership.
43
44   Following general discussion, motion was made by Council Member Hinnant made a motion that
45   the Resolution stating the intent of the City to consider the withdrawal from dedication of a 10-
46   foot pedestrian easement and establishment of a Public Hearing date on June 11, 2012 be
47   approved. Motion was seconded by Mayor Pro tem McCombs and approved by unanimous vote.
48
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     April 23, 2012
 1   MOTIO - Adopt the City of Kannapolis' 2012 State Legislative Priority List (Mike Legg,
 2   City Manager) (Copy included as Exhibit C)
 3
 4   Mr. Legg walked Council through key points of the proposed recommended State Priority List
 5   that will be presented to the City’s local delegation in Raleigh. The list includes legislative
 6   priorities, positions, and requests as they relate to the activities of the current session of the NC
 7   General Assembly. The North Carolina General Assembly 2012 short session begins, April 23,
 8   which allows time to give our local delegation in Raleigh a list of the City of Kannapolis’
 9   legislative priorities, positions and requests as they relate to the activities of this session of the
10   NC General Assembly.
11
12   Some of the local legislative requests include adjusting the municipal boundary between Landis
13   and Kannapolis to eliminate a single property being split by two jurisdictions; an amendment to
14   S.L. 2010-86 (S.1444 and H.2061) to authorize the City to annex parcels of land that are
15   completely landlocked by the City limits of the City of Kannapolis and adjacent municipalities -
16   provided that an annexation agreement between the two municipalities is adopted. Addressing
17   doughnut holes in City jurisdiction, supporting legislation that will allow cities to charge a fee to
18   developers in lieu of sidewalk construction, and State financial assistance for the construction of
19   the Albemarle water transmission line.
20
21   Other requests for specific funding include the continued support of university and community
22   college for the NCRC. Funding for the I-85 widening in southern Rowan County and the
23   construction of new Old Beatty’s Ford Road interchange. Secured funding for the construction of
24   a railroad crossing grade separation at Rogers Lake Road. Support and financial assistance for
25   the Albemarle Water Transmission Line. Funding for the conversion of current regional
26   (emergency services) radio system with a P25 compliant system.
27
28   Furthermore, the City opposes Senate Bill 281 regarding the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).
29   The NC Senate passed Senate Bill 731 on May 17, 2011, and referred it to the House Committee
30   on Commerce and Job Development. The proposed bill would significantly restrict the authority
31   of local governments to adopt and enforce design controls of single-family homes in zoning
32   districts with less than five units per acre. It is City’s position that Bill 731 should not be passed
33   but, if it is considered again, subsection (g) should be amended to delete references to location
34   and styling of garage doors, allow jurisdictional design regulations in conditional zoning process
35   and allow jurisdiction design regulations in higher density acres (over three units per acre).
36
37   Mr. Legg remarked that we want to ensure that we have the ability to do those types of things.
38   This bill would severely limit that. Also discussed was opposition to the legislation that would
39   cap or reduce the state gas tax, the transfer of road maintenance responsibilities from the State to
40   local governments. Any reduction to the current Powell Bill funding, legislation that would
41   restrict the authority of cities to require developer funded improvements, legislation that would
42   only allow one ABC system per county and any changes to the inter-basin transfer laws.
43   Kannapolis supports continued state funding for the NC Arts Council and efforts by the NC
44   General Assembly to continue to find a reasonable balance between property owners rights and
45   the rights of the NC Railroad Company in regards to railroad expansion and protection of the
46   railroad corridor.
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 1   Following general discussion, Council Member Haas made a motion to adopt the City of
 2   Kannapolis' 2012 State Legislative Priority List. Council Member Dayvault seconded the motion
 3   and it was approved by unanimous vote.
 4
 5   UPDATE - Concord-Kannapolis Rider Transit System (Eddie Smith, Deputy City
 6   Manager and L.J. Weslowski, CK Rider Transit Manager) (Copy included as Exhibit D)
 7
 8   CK Rider was recently required by the Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) to conduct
 9   an RFP process soliciting bids from companies interested in being the service provider for our
10   public transportation system. Three bids were received from First Transit, McDonald
11   Transportation, and Veolia (incumbent service provider). In short, after months of due diligence
12   that involved multiple rounds of interviews, meetings, financial reviews, and several transit
13   commission meetings, a decision was made to change service providers from Veolia to First
14   Transit. Serious consideration was given to several criteria including: continuity of customer
15   service, impact on riders, driver benefits (union negotiated), and company history and
16   experience. Veolia had slightly higher overhead that had a compounding effect over several
17   years, Mr. Smith explained. Even though Veolia is at a certain rate now, they use union drivers,
18   so that does not necessarily mean they are going to stay there.
19
20   The 5-year cost of operations proposed by the three-service provider was as follows:
21
22       •    First Transit:              $10,030,405
23       •    McDonald Transportation:    $10,032,463 (+ $2,058)
24       •    Veolia Transportation:      $10,746,824 (+ $716,419)
25
26   For comparison purposes, the current hourly rate is $61.50. The new rates as per First Transit’s
27   proposal are as follows:
28
29       •    Year 1 - $62.64
30       •    Year 2 - $57.28
31       •    Year 3 - $55.79
32       •    Year 4 - $57.24
33       •    Year 5 - $58.84
34
35   The service provider costs proposal also assumes the beginning of Sunday service in year 2 of
36   the contract (October 1, 2013) and the expected lower maintenance cost of replacing the original
37   eight buses in summer/fall 2013.
38
39   A second item of business of the Commission was the motion to recommend an increase in the
40   base fare from $1.00 to $1.25 and increase the reduced fare rate from $0.50 to $0.60. Also
41   adding 1 week unlimited ride passes for $12.00 and create an electronic version of 10 ride passes
42   (eliminating paper/hole punch version) and increasing the 10-ride pass from $8.00 to $10.00.
43   These increases in fares will help offset significant increases expected due to fuel costs, ADA
44   Paratransit requirements, and helps us prepare for the cost of adding Sunday Service. Ridership
45   could be affected with a likely decrease of 5-15% ($28,000-$31,000) but the current ridership
46   numbers are at all time high, in fact, on pace to surpass 450,000+ riders this fiscal year. Before


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 1   these fees can be implemented, there is an FTA requirement for staff to conduct a period of
 2   solicitation and public input.
 3
 4   This matter was for information only and no action was requested from City Council.
 5
 6   SPEAKERS FROM THE FLOOR-
 7
 8   Nancy McJunkin of 2383 Curecant Court, Kannapolis expressed concern over the runoff from
 9   creating a 40-foot grade separation at 24th Street and suggested that some kind of provision be
10   placed to address runoff. Mr. Legg responded that has been brought to the attention of NCDOT
11   and they have assured the City they are working on it.
12
13   CITY MA AGER REPORT-
14
15   Mr. Legg reported that tours are being planned to see the old K-Town Furniture building, EI, Inc.
16   and the UNC-Chapel Hill Nutrition Building at the NCRC.
17
18   Mayor Pro tem McCombs made a motion to continue the meeting to Wednesday, May 2, 2012,
19   9:00 AM at the PBH Solutions, Inc. located at 4855 Milestone Avenue, Kannapolis, NC. Motion
20   was seconded by Council Member Dayvault and approved by unanimous vote.
21
22   The meeting recessed at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, April 23, 2012.
23
24
25                                               _________________________
26                                               Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor
27
28   __________________________
29   Bridgette Bell, MMC City Clerk
30
31




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     April 23, 2012
 1                                  CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                                COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                       May 02, 2012
 4
 5   A continued meeting from April 23, 2012 of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North
 6   Carolina was held on Wednesday, May 02, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. at PBH Facility located at 4855
 7   Milestone Avenue, Kannapolis, NC
 8
 9   CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                       Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:             Tom Kincaid
14                                       Roger Haas
15                                       Darrell Hinnant
16                                       Gene McCombs
17                                       Ryan Dayvault
18
19          Council Members Absent: Randy Cauthen
20
21          City Manager:                Mike Legg
22
23          Deputy City Manager:         Eddie Smith
24
25          City Clerk:                  Bridgette Bell, MMC
26
27          City Attorney:               Walter M. Safrit, II
28
29          Staff Present:               Ann Gibson             Irene Sacks
30                                       Kris Krider            Tony Eury
31                                       Ernie Hiers            Eric Davis
32                                       Wilmer Melton          Tina Cline
33                                       Gary Mills             Donie Parker
34                                       Steve Bissinger        Gary Walker
35
36          Others Present:              David Long
37
38   CALL TO ORDER A D WELCOME
39   Mayor Misenheimer reconvened the meeting from April 23, 2012 and welcomed those in
40   attendance.
41
42   Council Member Haas made a motion to adopt the agenda. Motion was seconded by Council
43   Member Kincaid and approved by unanimous vote.
44
45   Economic Development Strategies & Investments – (Mike Legg, City Manager, David
46   Long, Facilitator, Irene Sacks, Director of Business and Community Affairs, and Kris
47   Krider, Planning Director)
48
49   Brief presentations were made by Staff on several key economic development focus areas.
50
 1   Focus Area I DUSTRIAL/CORPORATE DEVELOPME T
 2
 3   City Manager Legg listed numerous parcels of land available for potential use as an industrial
 4   business park.
 5
 6   The old Phillip Morris site (although not in the City), Kannapolis Gateway Business Park (7
 7   acres), Southland Development (in Rowan County near the new proposed interchange site).
 8   Biscayne Drive (several parcels), the Wayne Brothers property, Afton Ridge (150 acres and is
 9   site ready), Crescent property is mostly raw land, Austin property (small pieces 30-40 acres),
10   Kellswater Commons (70-80 acres), Rainbow property off Mooresville Road, accessibility and
11   topographical challenges, Northlight (30-40 acres, watershed challenges). The Lane Street
12   property is another opportunity.
13
14   Focus Area: SMALL BUSI ESS DEVELOPME T (Irene Sacks, Director of Business and
15   Community Affairs)
16
17   Mrs. Sacks provided a power point presentation on small business development. One of the
18   biggest challenges is Entrepreneurship spirit and culture.
19
20   General discussion ensued regarding the collecting of business licenses. Mr. Smith gave input
21   that the City is aggressively pursuing a program for those that have not renewed their business
22   license. The Customer Service Department sends the business owner a reminder letter, if no
23   response, a letter is sent by the City Attorney. Mrs. Sacks noted currently there are about 75
24   businesses that have not renewed their license. She gave examples of how other municipalities
25   assist with small business entrepreneurship. What does the City does for small businesses. She
26   noted the Young Entrepreneurship Academy, Small Business Community at RCCC and
27   Sustainable for Local Economy for Cabarrus County were some of the programs that assist in the
28   development of new businesses.
29
30   Focus Area: QUALITY OF LIFE (Kris Krider, Planning Director)
31
32   Mr. Krider provided a power point presentation on why the Quality of Life factors are important
33   to our community. What does the community do in its leisure time? What are Kannapolis’
34   Quality of Life assets? Based on Citizen and Employee Academy feed back, Kannapolis’ assets
35   are a great place to live, housing variety, fire and police services, city government, parks,
36   libraries and greenways, good value property, small town feel, climate and the Gem Theatre. Mr.
37   Krider outlined what the City has done and why Quality of Life is so important and why Quality
38   of Life is important to Economic Development.
39
40   Focus Area: EDUCATIO A D WORKFORCE DEVELOPME T (Irene Sacks, Director
41   of Business and Community Affairs)
42
43   Mrs. Sacks provided a power point presentation on how education and workforce development
44   prepare students and workforce to be innovators, explorers, and critical, adaptable and creative
45   thinkers (NC Stem), investing in our residents, establishing the foundation for future
46   partnerships. The results prepare the workforce for entrepreneurship, STEM jobs, community
47   wealth, higher paying jobs, attraction of companies and resilient economy. Mrs. Sacks shared the
48   stats of past years graduation rates, SAT scores, and educational attainment. The City of
49   Charlotte has a Mayor’s Youth Employment Program, Youth Job Connection, ProNet Charlotte
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     May 02, 2012 continued
 1   – through WDB and CMS Parent University. Questions to consider are who will take a
 2   leadership role in education and workforce development. What are our goals for education and
 3   workforce, where should our educational attainment and graduation rates be in 10 years? What
 4   role should the City have in influencing that?
 5
 6   After each presentation, Council was asked by David Long, Facilitator to brainstorm projects,
 7   initiatives, opportunities. After the brainstorming, Mr. Long helped Council prioritize the
 8   individual ideas and rank order the seven focus areas to determine the relative priority of each
 9   focus area. Staff will take all of this information and development along term economic
10   development plan for presentation at a future Council meeting.
11
12   Council Member Hinnant made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Motion was seconded by
13   Mayor Pro tem McCombs and approved by unanimous vote.
14
15   There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 2:10 p.m. on Wednesday, May 02,
16   2012.
17
18                                               _________________________
19                                               Robert S. Misenheimer
20                                               Mayor
21   __________________________
22   Bridgette Bell, MMC
23   City Clerk




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     May 02, 2012 continued
 1                                 CITY OF KA APOLIS
 2                               COU CIL MEETI G MI UTES
 3                                      May 14, 2012
 4
 5   A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina was held on
 6   Monday May 14, 2012 at 6:00 p.m., at the Kannapolis Train Station, 201 South Main Street,
 7   Kannapolis, North Carolina.
 8
 9          CITY COU CIL MEMBERS PRESE T
10
11          Mayor:                      Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:            Tom Kincaid
14                                      Darrell Hinnant
15                                      Gene McCombs
16                                      Ryan Dayvault
17                                      Randy Cauthen
18                                      Roger Haas
19
20          Council Members Absent:     None
21
22          City Manager:               Mike Legg
23
24          City Clerk:                 Bridgette Bell, MMC
25
26          City Attorney:              Walter M. Safrit, II
27
28          Staff Present:              Fire Chief Ernie Hiers      Irene Sacks
29                                      Tony Eury                   Police Chief J.W. Chavis
30                                      David Hancock               Kris Krider
31                                      Michael Rattler             Steve Bissinger
32                                      Kelly Tyson                 Ann Gibson
33                                      Eric Davis
34
35   Visitors:                          Rick Burleyson              Martha Sue Hall
36                                      Steve Morris                Eric Dearmon
37                                      Eddie Ray                   David Miller
38                                      David Steele                Chris Howell
39                                      Steven Cockrell             Allen Thompson
40                                      Lucas Stroud                Glenda Long
41                                      Kenneth Long                John Erickson
42                                      Timothy Reaves              Gynn McCombs
43                                      Donald Hartsell             Peter Pasteur
44                                      Deborah Carter
45
46   CALL TO ORDER A D WELCOME
47
48   Mayor Misenheimer called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance.
49
50   ADOPTIO OF AGE DA:
 1   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to adopt the agenda. Mayor Pro tem McCombs
 2   seconded the motion and it was approved by unanimous vote.
 3
 4   Moment of Silent Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance - Mayor Bob Misenheimer
 5
 6   PROCLAMATIO S:
 7
 8   Mayor Misenheimer proclaimed the following: National Police Officers Week and Peace
 9   Officers Memorial Day. Stitched in Time: Documentary Honors Textile Industry Impacts. (Copy
10   included as Exhibit A)
11
12   RECOG ITIO S:
13
14   Administer the Oath of Office to Mayor Misenheimer on his reappointment to the Rowan-
15   Cabarrus Community College Board of Trustees – Bridgette Bell, City Clerk (Copy included as
16   Exhibit B)
17
18   Ken Long Retirement – Michael Rattler, Assistant Director of Public Works presented Mr. Long
19   with a retirement clock representing his 12 year tenure at the Water Treatment Plant.
20
21   Roads Scholars and Advanced Roads Scholars – Michael Rattler, Assistant Director of Public
22   Works acknowledged Steven Cockrell for obtaining both the Roads Scholar and Advanced
23   Roads Scholar. James Waldroup was unable to attend and was recognized for receiving the
24   Advanced Roads Scholar. Lucas Stroud, Russell Miller and Allen Thompson were also
25   recognized for achieving the Roads Scholar. (Copy included as Exhibit C)
26
27   CO SE T AGE DA:
28
29   Council Member Cauthen made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Motion was seconded
30   by Mayor Pro tem McCombs and approved by unanimous vote.
31
32   MOTION - Approve a Resolution adopting the 2012-2022 Cabarrus County Solid Waste
33   Management Plan Update (Wilmer Melton, Director of Public Works) (Copy included as Exhibit
34   D)
35
36   MOTION - Approve an Interlocal Agreement related to the FY 2011-2012 Edward Byrne
37   Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (Chief Woody Chavis) (Copy included as Exhibit E)
38
39   MOTION - Approve modification to the speed limit on Jackson Park Road and North Loop
40   Road within the City of Kannapolis (Wilmer Melton, Director of Public Works) (Copy included
41   as Exhibit F)
42
43   MOTION - Approve payment of easement acquisition for 3-phase power to be brought to the
44   existing Central Park Sanitary Sewer Pump Station (Wilmer Melton, Director of Public
45   Works) (Copy included as Exhibit G)
46
47   MOTION- Cancel May 28 City Council Business Meeting (Bridgette Bell, City Clerk) (Copy
48   included as Exhibit H)
49
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     May 14, 2012
 1   BUSI ESS AGE DA:
 2
 3   PRESE TATIO A D DISCUSSIO - C Main Street Program (Irene Sacks, Director
 4   of Business & Community Affairs, Kris Krider, Planning Director)
 5
 6   Mayor Misenheimer recognized Steve Morris. Mr. Morris asked those in the audience to stand
 7   who serves on the Center City Master Plan Committee. Mr. Morris spoke in favor of the NC
 8   Main Street Program.
 9
10   The program was created by the national trust for Historic Preservation in 1980 and is used by
11   1,100 communities in 46 states, and is meant to “stimulate economic development within the
12   context of historic preservation, using a comphrensive approach to downtown revitalization.”
13   The application period for submitting a new application for downtown Kannapolis is open until
14   June 15.
15
16   Kris Krider outlined the program’s four-point approach – organization of partnerships to create a
17   consistent revitalization program; promotion of the downtown area as an attractive place for
18   shoppers, investors and visitors; designing an enhanced aesthetic for the downtown district; and
19   economic restructuring to strengthen the existing economic assets of the area.
20
21   A dedicated staff person would work with partners to help implement the downtown area,
22   development and manage community and stakeholder support, support existing businesses and
23   recruit new businesses. Secure and leverage grants, resources, partnerships and be a
24   spokesperson for downtown Kannapolis. Next steps is to send letters of support from
25   government, committee members, businesses and property owners, commitment by the City to
26   participate in the Main Street Program, local funding committed to administer Main Street
27   program and local funding committed for resource team visits and National Main Street Center
28   membership.
29
30   Eric Dearmon thinks this is a unique opportunity to engage the expertise of the Dept of
31   Commerce and accelerate the downtown vitalization efforts. This program is in over 60
32   communities in North Carolina, many of which are our neighbors. The Center City Committee
33   has been working with staff to clarify goals and priorities, noting how difficult it is to make
34   process without dedicating a staff person assigned and dedication to downtown development.
35   The committee feels very strongly that the City be a part of the NC Main Street Program and ask
36   that Council give consideration and support in doing so.
37
38   Mr. Legg stated there would be additional discussion at the budget workshop related to funding
39   for economic development. One of the priorities from the retreat is to create downtown into a
40   desirable designation. One concern is to have a good partnership with development property
41   owners; what should downtown be and how we can make it happen.
42
43   Discussion ensued regarding the responsibilities of a downtown manager, what the City can do
44   to attract people to come downtown. For example, a court house, or county seat as Concord and
45   Salisbury. Mrs. Sacks said it can take up to 7 years to get the downtown economic going and is a
46   long term commitment that will need to be taken in small steps to continue to build momentum.
47
48   MOTIO - Adopt the CO ECT Consortium Memorandum of Understanding and
49   appointments to the CO ECT Consortium Program (Mike Legg, City Manager)
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     May 14, 2012
 1   Council heard a presentation from Rick Burleyson and Martha Sue Hall of the Centralina
 2   Council of Governments related to the CONNECT Consortium Memorandum of Understanding.
 3   Last year, the City of Kannapolis provided its endorsement to Centralina Council of
 4   Governments (CCOG), application on behalf of the 14-county bi-state region, for HUD
 5   Sustainable Communities Regional Grant funds to undertake the next steps of the CONNECT
 6   vision. CCOG was successful in securing funding in the amount of $4.9 million from HUD for
 7   the next step of implementing the CONNECT vision. CCOG is asking the City to formalize its
 8   membership in the CONNECT Consortium through the adoption of a Memorandum of
 9   Understanding (MOU) formalizing the benefits the City will accrue as a member of the
10   Consortium. Exhibit A of the MOU’s explains how the Consortium will do its work to produce
11   the deliverables. As part of the adoption of the MOU, Centralina is asking that the City appoint
12   1-2 representatives from City Council and 1-2 staff persons to participate in the work of the
13   Consortium.
14
15   There was general discussion about the $4.9 million, how it will be disbursed, and what it will be
16   used for. Council Member Cauthen asked if Concord had signed on and are there other counties.
17
18   Mr. Burleyson showed a video giving examples of regional planning benefits for small
19   communities and what the City’s role would be.
20
21   Council Member Hinnant made a motion that the matter be continued to the June 11, City
22   Council meeting. Motion was seconded by Council Member Dayvault and approved by
23   unanimous vote.
24
25   CITY MA AGER REPORT - (Mike Legg, City Manager)
26
27   zMax Race to Education Rewards is a program offering up to $20,000 for educational programs
28   to the City whose driver wins the All-Star Race, and another $20,000 if that driver wins the
29   Coca-Cola 600. Mayors at a speedway luncheon earlier this month randomly selected a driver to
30   represent their city or town. Jeff Gordon was the name picked for Kannapolis.
31
32   July 12 has been scheduled for a tour of the UNC Nutrition Research Institute at the North
33   Carolina Research Campus.
34
35   Introduced was Kelly Tyson, communications intern with Walker Marketing.
36
37   SPEAKERS FROM THE FLOOR- In order to speak to Council, please fill out a white card
38   and return to the City Clerk. Cards are located on the table in the lobby. Please limit comments to
39   3 minutes
40
41   There were no speakers.
42
43   CLOSED SESSIO –
44
45   MOTIO - Close the session pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11 (a) (3) to consult with an attorney in
46   order to preserve the attorney-client privilege and G.S. 143.318.11(a) (4) to discuss matters
47   relating to the location or expansion of industries or businesses in the area (Mayor Pro tem
48   McCombs).
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     May 14, 2012
 1   Following a brief recess, Council went into closed session at 8:10 PM.
 2
 3   Mayor Pro tem McCombs made a motion that Council come out of closed session. Motion was
 4   seconded by Council Member Dayvault and approved by unanimous vote.
 5
 6   Council resumed regular session at 9:10 PM.
 7
 8   Council Member Cauthen made a motion that the meeting recess until May 31, 2012, 6:00 PM at
 9   the Cabarrus Health Alliance, 300 Mooresville Road, Kannapolis. Motion was seconded by
10   Council Member Haas and approved by unanimous vote.
11
12   The meeting recessed at 9:10 PM on Monday, May 14, 2012.
13
14
15
16                                                 _________________________
17                                                 Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor
18
19   __________________________
20   Bridgette Bell, MMC City Clerk




     City Council Minutes                                                                     5
     May 14, 2012
 1                                   CITY OF KANNAPOLIS
 2                                 COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
 3                                        May 31, 2012
 4
 5   A continued meeting from May 14, 2012 of the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North
 6   Carolina was held on Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cabarrus Health Alliance
 7   Facility located at 300 Mooresville Road, Kannapolis, NC.
 8
 9   CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT
10
11          Mayor:                        Robert Misenheimer
12
13          Council Members:              Tom Kincaid
14                                        Roger Haas
15                                        Darrell Hinnant
16                                        Gene McCombs
17                                        Ryan Dayvault
18                                        Randy Cauthen
19
20          Council Members Absent: None
21
22          City Manager:                 Mike Legg
23
24          Deputy City Manager:          Eddie Smith
25
26          City Clerk:                   Bridgette Bell, MMC
27
28          City Attorney:                Walter M. Safrit, II
29
30          Staff Present:                Wilmer Melton          Fire Chief Ernie Hiers
31                                        Eric Davis             Irene Sacks
32                                        Donie Parker           David Jordan
33                                        Gary Mills             Kris Krider
34                                        Ann Gibson             Police Chief J.W. Chavis
35                                        Kelly Tyson
36
37   CALL TO ORDER AND WELCOME
38   Mayor Misenheimer reconvened the meeting continued from May 14, 2012.
39
40   Council Member Hinnant made a motion to adopt the agenda. Motion was seconded by Council
41   member Dayvault and approved by unanimous vote.
42
43   Budget Overview (Copy included as Exhibit A)
44   City Manager Legg presented the proposed $48.3 million budget, which is an increase of 7.3
45   percent over the current fiscal year. Demands for service and the cost of operations have
46   increased in all departments, creating tremendous budget management challenges across the
47   board. Over the past four months leading up to the presentation of the budget, the City Council
48   participated in a number of long-range planning sessions. Emerging from those sessions were
49   several substantial conclusions including establishing core values and overarching goals. Key
50   objectives were the construction of major public facilities including a municipal building, police
51   headquarters, and replacement of fire stations; aggressively facilitate economic growth
52   development and implementing a sound financial management plan to guide the City’s decisions.
53
 1   There are a number of reasons for the significant increase in the FY 2013 budget. However,
 2   generally, there are a number of reasons for the increase:
 3   1.    Fee increases in the Stormwater Fund ($129,000) and the Environmental Fund
 4          (formally recycling fund) ($744,600).
 5
 6   2.    Conservative budgeting of tax revenue in FY 2012 in anticipation of the FY 2013
 7          revaluation impact ($455,000).
 8
 9   3.    Significant increase in sales tax and franchise tax revenues ($755,000) due to
10           conservative FY 2012 budget projections and new growth due to improvements in the
11           economy.
12
13   4.      Increase Retail Water and Sewer charges due to growth $275,964).
14
15   5.      New payment from Cabarrus County for the NCRC bonds ($596,615).
16
17   6.      Improved investment earnings ($125,000).
18
19   7.      Retiring and refunded debt ($650,000).
20
21   The following is a summary of the significant new projects and or initiatives included in the
22   recommended FY 2013 Budget. These are described in more detail in the fund summaries of
23   this budget message and in the budget document.
24
25   Contractually Committed
26   •       $ 26,715. Appropriates debt service funding for Orphanage Road Bridge Project.
27   •       $ 61,750. Appropriates debt service funding for Rogers Lake Railroad Crossing.
28   •       $660,833. Appropriates debt service funding for Albemarle Water line.
29   •       $ 37,000. Increase in Regional Radio System maintenance (agreement with Charlotte)
30
31   Grant Matches
32   •      $ 37,500.         Cash reserve funding for future Highway 3 Sidewalk project.
33   •      $ 24,600.         Provides cash funding for Highway 73 Sidewalk project.
34   •      $186,640.         Provides cash funding for Public Safety portable radios.
35   •      $135,000.         Provides cash funding for Roxie Street Traffic Improvements.
36     •    $135,836.         Provides cash funding for Public Safety Radio system.
37
38   Critical Vehicle and Equipment Replacements
39   •        $111,000. Provides cash funding for public safety vehicle mobile upgrades.
40   •        $350,000. Provides cash funding for rolling stock replacement for General Fund
41            services.
42   •        $150,000. Provides cash funding for rolling stock replacement for Utility Fund
43            services.
44   •        $ 58,500. Appropriates debt service funding for Fire Engine E-12 Replacement.
45   •        $101,900. Provides cash funding for W-3 Dump Truck replacement. City Council
46            Priority Initiatives
47   •        $164,383. Provides debt service funding for a Central Warehouse facility.
48   •        $177,366. Provides cash funding for Economic Development Initiatives.
49
50   Financial Plan Implementation
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     May 31, 2012 continued
 1   •        $168,305. Provides cash appropriation for contingencies (or Econ. Dev.). Capital
 2            Improvements
 3   •        $185,000. Provides cash funding for Polo Street Lift Station replacement.
 4   •        $138,000. Provides cash funding for Pipes & Fittings storage area at the PWOC.
 5   •        $122,667. Appropriates debt service funding for the 8th Street Culvert replacement.
 6   •        $146,114. I-85 Utility Relocations. City Manager Recommendations
 7   •        $200,000. Provides cash funding for employee Cost of Living Adjustments (3%)
 8   •       $156,763. Provides cash funding for 3 new Police Officer positions (and benefits)
 9
10   1. Revenue Neutral Property tax rate. The City is experiencing its first decrease in property
11   values in its history. Unfortunately, the economy hit its peak about the time of the last
12   Cabarrus County revaluation four years ago and then began to slide. As a result, the local
13   governments in Cabarrus County have experienced four years of declining values bottoming out
14   this past year when the revaluation was completed.
15
16   2. Implementation of the new 10-year Financial Plan. This Plan is designed to remove
17   uncertainty in future budget decisions and to help chart a path for City Council to achieve its
18   goals. There are several components of this budget that are tied directly to this Plan. This
19   connection is noted in a number of places in this budget message. Continued budget
20   restructuring. Last year the following changes were made in anticipation of the development of
21   this Plan:
22   •        Completely eliminating reliance on non-recurring funding sources to be used for
23            recurring expenses.
24   •        Realignment of certain debt obligations to the more appropriate funding sources
25   •        A heightened reliance on the Water and Sewer Fund to replace one-time funding
26            sources with a more reliable revenue stream.
27
28   3. Increase in Economic Development investments. This budget, attempts to address this
29   goal directly but only with limited funding. Some significant decisions will eventually need
30   to be over the next few years to make significant change in our local economy.
31
32   4. Employee Cost of Living (COLA) adjustments.                      There have been no
33   employee compensation adjustments in three years (since FY 2009 when the current salary pay
34   plan was established). Approximately $200,000 is included in the proposed FY 2013 Budget.
35
36   5. Capital Outlay for Rolling Stock. The 10-year Financial Plan aggressively addresses
37   the substantial need to replace the age and increased maintenance cost of our vehicle and
38   other rolling stock. With the exception of police cruisers, few replacement vehicles have been
39   purchased in the past several years.
40
41   6. Building Construction.      While not included in the FY 2013 operating budget, it is
42   recommended that funds be advanced for preliminary costs related to the construction of a
43   Municipal Building and Police Headquarters and the replacement of Fire Station 2 and Fire
44   Station 4 (and possibly temporary station 6 if a joint approach can be reached with Cabarrus
45   County and Odell VFD).
46
47   Project List and estimated costs
48   $16,054,500 Municipal Building/Police HQ - downtown
49   $ 3,200,000 Fire Station #2 – replacement and relocation (on City-owned Bethpage Rd site)
50   $ 3,800,000 Fire Station #4 – replacement and relocation (would require acquisition)
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     May 31, 2012 continued
 1   $         475,000 Fire Station #6 – temporary station in western area (would require acquisition)
 2           (staffing for FS # 6 is included in 10-year Financial Plan)
 3
 4                                $23,529,500 Total
 5
 6   6. Medical Insurance.           There will be no increase in medical insurance premiums this year.
 7   This can, in part, be attributed to the City’s successful wellness program.
 8
 9   There was general discussion regarding G.O. Bonds.
10
11   •          G.O. Bond pledge City’s taxing power as repayment.
12   •          G.O. Bonds require a referendum (COPs do not).
13   •          G.O. Bonds issues take about 6 months longer on the front end than COPs.
14   •          Processing the actual debt issuance (back end) is about the same for COPs and G.O.
15              Bonds.
16   •          G.O.Bonds will result in lower interest costs (see below)
17
           G.O. Bond:          4% @ 20 Years             Principal & Interest (Year 1): $2,117,655
           COPS:               4.5% @ 20 Years           Principal & Interest (Year 1): $2,235,303
18
19   Year 1 G.O. Bond Savings: $117,648
20
           G.O. Bond:         Total 20 year Interest:   $9,882,390
           COPS:              Total 20 year Interest:   $11,117,689
21
22   20-year G.O. Bond Interest Savings: $1,235,299
23
24   General Fund Highlights/Summaries
25
26   The proposed FY 2013 General Fund Budget is $32,891,859, which represents a 5.4%
27   increase from the current year budget ($1,671,479 total). Public Safety (Police and Fire)
28   expenditures account for 38% of all General Fund expenditures. Public Works expenditures
29   account for an additional 19% of the General Fund expenditures.
30
31   The recommended FY 2013 General Fund Budget includes an Ad Valorem (Property
32   Tax) Rate of 56 cents per $100 of assessed property valuation. This represents a $0.07
33   increase from the FY 2012 rate of $0.49 and represents the “revenue neutral” tax rate.
34
35   Property Tax Revenues – The total property tax revenues included in the FY 2013 budget are
36   projected to be $18,889,000, which represents a $653,988 (4.1%) increase from FY 2012 budget
37   over the original budget estimate.
38
39   Sales and Franchise Taxes. For FY 2013, the most notable increases in the General Fund
40   revenues are $575,000 in sales taxes (+11.0%) and $180,000 in franchise taxes (+10.2%).
41
42   Reduction in Reimbursements from Enterprise Funds. All extraneous transfers to the
43   General Fund from the Water and Sewer and Stormwater Funds have been eliminated
44   resulting in reduced revenue in the General Fund of $421,411. The only amounts included as
45   transfers are $1,000,000 from the Water and Sewer Fund and $187,828 from the Stormwater
46   Fund as General Management Service Fee which “charges” the enterprise funds services.
47   This change was part of the budget realignment that is included in the 10-year Financial Plan.
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     May 31, 2012 continued
 1
 2   New Bond Payments. The General Fund will receive a $596,615 payment from Cabarrus
 3   County for its share of the NCRC bonds. This is the County’s first year making bond
 4   payments directly to the City.
 5
 6   Retiring Debt. There is $236,899 in retired loans for equipment and vehicles.               This is
 7   essentially a revenue source as it frees up cash for other expenditures.
 8
 9   Investment Income. This increase of $89,500 is mostly related to the NCRC bonds and is
10   has a restricted use. However, like the bond payments, it contributes to the appearance of
11   significant new revenues.
12
13   Revenue Projection Adjustments. Similar to the FY 2012 budget the estimates for a number of
14   secondary General Fund revenue sources have been reduced or increased to better reflect the
15   recent trends for actual receipts. Most notably the Powell Bill revenue increase of $34,539.
16   Business Privilege License revenue increase of $15,000. Food Stamp tax $11,000, Beer, and Wine
17   tax revenue increase of $15,100. Recreation User Fee revenue decrease of $50,000 to better
18   reflect the reality of this source (this revenue source was decreased by $20,000 in FY 2012
19   Planning and Zoning Fee revenue decrease of $30,000 to better reflect the reality of this
20   source. This adjustment points to a continuing struggles in land development sector.
21
22   Fund Balance. The General Fund available fund balance was $3,267,461 at June 30, 2011. It is
23   anticipated that approximately $650,000 will be added to fund balance in FY 2012. This
24   addition to fund balance will give the City with an estimated available fund balance at June
25   30, 2012 of approximately $4,600,000 or 14.90% of the estimated FY 2012 General Fund
26   expenditures. The 10 year financial plan sets a target of at least 25% fund balance but the
27   Plan recognizes that this goal will take several years to achieve.
28
29   As a result of the Water Revenue Bond refunding this year, a $1 million savings was
30   achieved. No part of this savings is included in the proposed FY 2013 budget. Staff is
31   currently performing an analysis of the most appropriate location to “park” this funding (fund
32   balance in the General Fund or cash reserves in the Water and Sewer Fund). Also, the sale of
33   the last tract of the Second Creek Land property is anticipated during FY 2013. It is likely
34   this sale will be at least $500,000 all of which will be added to General Fund - fund balance.
35
36   Water and Sewer Fund
37   The proposed FY 2013 Water and Sewer Fund Budget is $13,370,000 which represents a
38   2.16% increase from the current fiscal year budget ($282,641 actual increase). A water rate
39   increase is recommended for reasons as further described in Exhibit C. The Water and Sewer
40   Fund remains healthy with adequate cash reserves.
41
42   Environmental Fund
43   The proposed FY 2013 Recycling Fund Budget is $2,698,098 which represents a 389%
44   increase from the FY 2012 budget of $693,735. This is a fund is renamed from the Recycling
45   Fund established as a new enterprise fund in FY 2012. The fund was originally established to
46   account for the provision of a new single-stream residential curbside recycling program. The
47   collection of recyclables continues to be handled by Waste Management, Inc. via contract and
48   all material collected is being deposited at Sonoco Recycling, Inc.’s facility located in Charlotte.
49
50   During the City Council long range planning retreat in April 2012 staff proposed a 10-year
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     May 31, 2012 continued
 1   Financial Plan. The Financial Plan included the elimination of inter-fund fund transfers over
 2   time and called for the creation of an Environmental Fund and fee system that collectively
 3   accounted for all services related to solid waste, yard waste, and recycling. This renamed fund
 4   implements this provision of the Plan.
 5
 6   Storm Water Fund
 7   The proposed FY 2013 Recycling Fund Budget is $1,974,100 which represents a 3.4%
 8   increase from the FY 2012 budget of $1,909,177.
 9
10   Public Transit Fund
11   The Public Transit Budget for FY 2013 is $449,263, an increase of $43,203 (10.6%) from the
12   FY 2012 budget of $406,063. Concord and Kannapolis are responsible for a portion of the local
13   operating expenditures for the activities of the Concord-Kannapolis Area Transit Commission as
14   described below. There are increases required in the Public Transit Fund Budget for FY
15   2013. However, unless there is a legislative change in our favor at the Federal level, these
16   increases will grow higher after October 2012 once the new Large Urban designation kicks in
17   and we lose operational funding. Some revenue sources may actually increase based on this
18   new designation. Until Congress takes action on this, it is too early to determine the impacts.
19
20   Stadium Fund
21   The proposed FY 2013 Stadium Fund Budget is $101,800. This is an enterprise fund that
22   was created in the FY 2012 budget in response to the purchase of Rowan County’s equity share
23   in the facility. The $70,000 figure in the FY 2012 budget was nothing more than a placeholder
24   until the new agreements were executed with Rowan County and Smith Family Baseball.
25
26   Separation Pay Fund
27   The proposed FY 2012 Separation Pay Fund Budget is $270,000 which represents a
28   $2,100 increase from the current fiscal year budget of $267,900. This amount is a transfer
29   from the General Fund and is required to keep up with increased separation pay requirements.
30   This fund has become a pay as you go budget as opposed to an overfunded budget based on
31   the actuarial study.
32
33   Council Members expressed some concern over proposed fee increases, saying they might
34   hit some families harder than others.
35
36   Mayor Pro-tem McCombs asked whether there should be an additional work session. Mr. Legg
37   said they could have as much time as they want at the June 11 public hearing. He recommends
38   adoption at the regular meeting set for June 25.
39
40   RESOLUTION – Consider approving Resolution directing the filing with the City Clerk of
41   the recommended budget for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30,
42   2013 and calling for a public hearing (Copy included as Exhibit B)
43
44   Motion was made by Council Member Haas and seconded by Council Member Dayvault to
45   approve said Resolution.
46
47   DISCUSSION – Submission of the Kannapolis application to the North Carolina Main
48   Street Program and required Resolutions (Irene Sacks, Director of Business and
49   Community Affairs and Kris Krider, Planning Director)(Copy included as Exhibit C)
50   City Council heard a presentation from Irene Sacks and Kris Krider.
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     May 31, 2012 continued
 1
 2   Since the program began in 1980, there are 61 Main Street communities in the State, including
 3   Concord, Salisbury, Mooresville and Davidson and have had $1.8 billion in new public and
 4   private investment, and gained more than 15,000 jobs and 3700 businesses. According to Mr.
 5   Krider, the key is to combine economic development with historic preservation. Mr. Krider
 6   stated that the owner of the Brickhouse Restaurant in Davidson spend three hours this week
 7   visiting the downtown, which is being considered for a second location.
 8
 9   Mrs. Sacks provided an updated line item budget for Council’s review.
10
11   Following general discussion the role of a downtown manager, City Council will consider a
12   resolution of letter and support at the June 11, City Council Meeting. The deadline for submitting
13   an application is June 15.
14
15   Council Member Dayvault made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Motion was seconded by
16   Council Member Cauthen and approved by unanimous vote.
17
18   There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM on Thursday, May 31, 2012.
19
20
21
22                                                _________________________
23                                                Robert S. Misenheimer
24                                                Mayor
25   __________________________
26   Bridgette Bell, MMC, City Clerk




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     May 31, 2012 continued
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                   Mayor and City Council
FROM:                 Director of Public Works
                      Motion to approve the addition of Two Stop Signs at the Intersection of Wood
SUBJECT:
                      Avenue and Walter Street (Wilmer Melton, Director of Public Works)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to approve (or deny) an Ordinance modifying Section 10-32 of the Code of the City of
Kannapolis Schedule 3a of the Traffic Control Schedule by adding a four-way stop condition
to the intersection of Wood Avenue and Walter Street.

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting

C. Background
We have received a complaint from a concerned resident on Wood Avenue regarding the
intersection of Wood Avenue and Walter Street. City staff has studied the intersection and concluded
that the addition of a four-way stop will enhance the safety of these streets. The addition of the four-
way stop will address the need to control vehicle/pedestrian conflicts in this area as there are high
pedestrian volumes along these streets. In addition, Kannapolis Police Department recently
completed a speed study that indicates motorists along Wood Avenue travel faster than the posted
speed of 25 mph. This poses concerns regarding sight distance for the residents along Wood
Avenue near Walter Street as they enter and exit their driveways. The four-way stop at Wood
Avenue and Walter Street will require motorists to stop on Wood Avenue and therefore will provide
the residents along Wood Avenue with more time to enter and exit their driveways safely as through
traffic along Wood Avenue will be slower in the vicinity of Walter Street.

D. Fiscal Considerations
None

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
 1. Approve the Ordinance modifying Section 10-32 of the Code of the City of Kannapolis Schedule 3a
    of the Traffic Control Schedule by adding a four-way stop condition to the intersection of Wood
    Avenue and Walter Street. (Recommended)
 2. Deny the Ordinance modifying Section 10-32 of the Code of the City of Kannapolis Schedule 3a of the
    Traffic Control Schedule by adding a four-way stop condition to the intersection of Wood Avenue and
    Walter Street and direct staff to discuss other potential alternatives to improve this intersection.

H. Issue Reviewed By
Bridgette Bell
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg
Wilmer Melton
Woody Chavis

ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                                                                 Description:
   2012_06-25_Ordinance_4-                                            Ordinance 4-way Stop Signs at Intersection of Wood
way_stop_signs_at_intersection_of_Wood_Ave_and_Walter_Street.doc      Avenue and Walter Street
   2012_06-25_Vicinity_map_of_Wood_Ave_and_Walter_St_4-way_stop.pdf   Vicinity Map of Wood Ave and Walter St 4-way stop
                                       ORDI A CE



BE IT ORDAI ED that Section 10-32 of the Code of the City of Kannapolis is hereby
amended by adding to Section 3a of the Traffic Control Schedule the following:




       1. Four-way stop at the intersection of Wood Avenue and Walter Street.




Adopted this 25th day of June, 2012.




                                           ___________________________________
                                           Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor




__________________________
Bridgette Bell, MMC, City Clerk
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                   Mayor and City Council
FROM:                 Chief of Police
                      Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of
SUBJECT:
                      $10,275.00 (Chief J.W. Chavis)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to amend FY 2011-20112 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $10,275.00

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority at meeting

C. Background
The City of Kannapolis has received a payment of $10,275.00 as an insurance claims settlement
from a traffic accident involving a 2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police vehicle which occurred on
December 18, 2011. The Police vehicle was totally destroyed.

D. Fiscal Considerations
In order for the Police Department to expend this revenue to purchase a replacement vehicle, it will
be necessary for Council to amend the budget.

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Adopt the Ordinance (staff recommendation)
2. Do nothing

H. Issue Reviewed By
Bridgette Bell
Eddie Smith
Eric Davis
Mike Legg
ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                     Description:
   Budget_Ordinance.pdf   Budget Ordinance
   Copy_of_Check.pdf      Copy of Insurance Check
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                       Mayor & City Council
FROM:                     Finance Director
                          Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $300,000 (Eric
SUBJECT:
                          Davis, Finance Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $300,000

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
The attached budget amendment will recognize $300,000 in miscellaneous revenue in the Water and Sewer
Fund. It will also transfer $300,000 to the General Fund for Non-Departmental Expenditures. The additional
funds are not expected to be expended. This will result in the funds increasing fund balance in the General
Fund.

D. Fiscal Considerations
If City Council does not approve the budget amendment the General Fund fund balance will not increase.

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Approve FY2011-2012 Budget Ordinance Amendment.
2. Do not approve FY2011-2012 Budget Ordinance Amendment.

H. Issue Reviewed By
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

 ATTACHMENTS:
 Name:                                                                  Description:
    budget_amendment_6-25-12.doc                                        Budget Amendment
                 ORDI A CE AME DI G BUDGET FOR THE
                 CITY OF KA APOLIS, ORTH CAROLI A
               FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGI I G JULY 1, 2011
                        A D E DI G JU E 30, 2012


BE IT ORDAI ED by the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina
meeting in open session this 25th day of June, 2012, that the following amendment to the
Budget Ordinance for the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina for the Fiscal Year
beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2012 is hereby adopted:


       SECTIO I -          Increase Miscellaneous Revenue
                             Revenue: 30-3839.890                         $ 300,000

                           Increase Transfer from Water and Sewer Fund $ 300,000
                              Revenue: 11-3986.508


       SECTIO II -         Increase Transfer to General Fund
                             Expenditures: 30-7140.267                    $ 300,000

                           Increase Incentive Grants                      $ 300,000
                              Revenue: 11-7180.613




This ordinance is approved and adopted this 25th day of June, 2012.



                                                    _________________________
                                                    Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor



ATTEST:


___________________________
Bridgette Bell, MMC
City Clerk
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                  Mayor & City Council
FROM:                Finance Director
                     Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $400,000
SUBJECT:
                     (Eric Davis, Finance Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to amend FY 2011-2012 Budget Ordinance in the amount of $400,000

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
The attached budget amendment (in the amount of $400,000) will cover expenditures over the
original budgeted amount. This amendment increases Sales Tax revenue in the General Fund by
$400,000. It also increases expenditures in three departments within the General Fund; Non-
Departmental, Police-Support Services, and General Services. It is important to note that current
fiscal year revenues are adequate to cover existing fiscal year expenses without the need of
drawing from fund balance (savings).

D. Fiscal Considerations
If the City Council does not approve this budget amendment, then the General Fund will be over
budget.

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
The City is required to maintain a balanced budget.

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Accept Motion to Approve FY2011-2012 Budget Ordinance Amendment.
2. Do not accept Motion to Approve FY2011-2012 Budget Ordinance Amendment.

H. Issue Reviewed By

Eddie Smith
                 ORDI A CE AME DI G BUDGET FOR THE
                 CITY OF KA APOLIS, ORTH CAROLI A
               FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGI I G JULY 1, 2011
                        A D E DI G JU E 30, 2012


BE IT ORDAI ED by the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina
meeting in open session this 25th day of June, 2012, that the following amendment to the
Budget Ordinance for the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina for the Fiscal Year
beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2012 is hereby adopted:


       SECTIO I -          Increase Sales Tax
                             Revenue: 11-3231.310                         $ 400,000


       SECTIO II -         Increase Non-Departmental/Incentive Grant
                             Expenditures: 11-7180.613                    $ 200,000

                           Police – Support Services/Salaries Overtime
                             Expenditures: 11-4312.122                    $ 100,000

                           Increase General Service/Real Property Rental
                             Expenditures: 11-7100.270                   $ 100,000




This ordinance is approved and adopted this 25th day of June, 2012.



                                                    _________________________
                                                    Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor



ATTEST:


___________________________
Bridgette Bell, MMC
City Clerk
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                         Mayor and City Council
FROM:                       Finance Director
                            Motion to adopt FY 2011-2012 Capital Project Ordinance in the amount of $50,000 (Eric
SUBJECT:
                            Davis, Finance Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to adopt FY 2011-2012 Capital Project Ordinance in the amount of $50,000

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting

C. Background
During the current fiscal year, the City Council, and staff has engaged in a discussion concerning the
feasibiltiy of constructing a new City Office building. The attached Capital Project Ordinance will transfer
$50,000 from the City's General Fund to a newly created Capital Project Ordinance in order to cover costs
associated with the due diligence phase of the project.

D. Fiscal Considerations
The City Council will have to amend this ordinance in the future before any substantial engineering, design, or
construction can occur.

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Approve the City Office Building Capital Project Ordinance.
2. Do not approve the City Office Building Capital Project Ordinance.

H. Issue Reviewed By
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

 ATTACHMENTS:
 Name:                                                      Description:
    City_Offices_Project_Ord_$50,000.doc                    Capital Project Budget Ordinance City Hall
                           CITY OF KA APOLIS, ORTH CAROLI A
                                   CITY OFFICE BUILDI G
                                    PROJECT ORDI A CE

BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina that, pursuant to
Section 13.2 of Chapter 159 of the General Statues of North Carolina, the following Capital Project
Ordinance is hereby adopted:

Section 1.      The project authorized consists of the construction of a City Office Building.

Section 2.      The City Manager is hereby directed to proceed with the Capital Project in compliance
                with the North Carolina General Statutes and within the budget contained herein.

Section 3.      The following revenues are anticipated to be available to complete this project:

                        Transfer from General Fund                         $50,000
                                                                           ------------
                                                          TOTAL            $50,000

Section 4.      The following amount is appropriated for the project:

                        Contract Services                                  $50,000
                                                                           ------------
                                                          TOTAL            $50,000

Section 5.      The Finance Officer is hereby directed to maintain within the Capital Project Fund
                sufficient specific detailed accounting records to provide for accounting to the City
                Council as required by North Carolina law.

Section 6.      The Finance Officer is directed to report quarterly on the financial status of each project
                element in Section 4 and on total project revenue.

Section 7.      The Budget Officer is directed to include a detailed analysis of past and future costs and
                revenues on this project in annual budget information presented to City Council.

Section 8.      The City Manager is hereby authorized to transfer funds from one line item to another
                line item without further approval by the City Council.

Section 9.      Copies of this Capital Project Ordinance shall be made available to the Budget Officer
                and the Finance Director for direction in carrying out this project.

        This Ordinance is approved and adopted this 25th day of June 2012.



                                                          Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor
ATTEST:



Bridgette Bell, MMC
City Clerk
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                       Mayor and City Council
FROM:                     Finance Director
SUBJECT:                  Motion to adopt FY 2012-2013 Budget Ordinance (Eric Davis, Finance Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to adopt FY 2012-2013 Budget Ordinance

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
1. The Budget Ordinance identifies anticipated revenues and authorizes equivalent expenditures for seven
separate funds: General, Water and Sewer, Separation Pay, Public Transit, Stormwater, Environmental, and
Stadium. The Budget Ordinance also establishes the tax rate of $.56 per $100 of value. Due to the
revaluation of property in Cabarrus County, a revenue neutral statement is included in the tax rate section.
Finally, section XVI stipulates special authorizations for the City Manager.

D. Fiscal Considerations
None

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
The City must have an adopted balanced budget prior to July 1, 2012.

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
None

H. Issue Reviewed By
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

 ATTACHMENTS:
 Name:                                                                    Description:
    Budget_Ordinance_FY2013.doc                                           Budget Ordinance
                                ORDINANCE #____________

                 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE
                CITY OF KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA FOR THE
         FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2012 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2013

       BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina, meeting
in open session this 25th day of June, 2012, that the following fund revenues and departmental
expenditures, together with certain restrictions and authorizations are hereby adopted.

SECTION I - GENERAL FUND: A total of $32,891,861 is hereby authorized to be expended
from the departmental accounts of the General Fund as follows:

       General Government                                $ 3,125,366
       Public Safety                                     12,534,578
       Public Works, incl. Powell Bill                     3,322,178
       Community Development                                 717,115
       Parks and Recreation                                1,537,841
       Other                                               6,041,896
       Debt Service                                        5,613,187

                             TOTAL                       $32,891,861

SECTION II - WATER AND SEWER FUND: A total of $13,370,000 is hereby authorized to be
expended from the Water and Sewer Fund as follows:

       General Management Services                        $1,000,000
       Billing and Collections – Water and Sewer             572,375
       Distribution - Water and Sewer                      2,599,887
       WSACC – Sewage Treatment                            2,716,509
       Water Treatment Plant                               2,070,134
       Transfer to Other Funds                             1,025,000
       Debt Service                                        3,386,095

                                     TOTAL               $13,370,000

SECTION III - SEPARATION PAY FUND: A total of $270,000 is hereby authorized to be
expended from the Separation Pay Fund as follows:

       Salaries-Separation Pay                           $ 270,000

                                     TOTAL               $ 270,000

SECTION IV – PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEM FUND: A total of $449,263 is hereby authorized to
be expended from the Public Transit System Fund as follows:

       Contracted Services                               $    449,263

                                     TOTAL               $    449,263


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SECTION V – STORM WATER FUND: A total of $1,974,100 is hereby authorized to be
expended from the Storm Water Fund as follows:

       Public Works                                     $ 1,974,100

                                   TOTAL                $ 1,974,100


SECTION VI – ENVIRONMENTAL FUND: A total of $3,391,833 is hereby authorized to be
expended from the Environmental Fund as follows:

       Recycling Collection                             $ 636,196
       Household Solid Waste Collection                 $ 1,945,689
       Yard Waste Collection                            $ 809,948

                                   TOTAL                $ 3,391,833


SECTION VII – STADIUM FUND: A total of $101,800 is hereby authorized to be expended from
the Stadium Fund as follows:

       Stadium                                          $   101,800

                                   TOTAL                $   101,800


SECTION VIII – GENERAL FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following revenues
will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013:

              Ad Valorem taxes                          $ 18,899,000
              Sales taxes                                  5,800,000
              Intergovernmental                            5,732,781
              Miscellaneous                                2,460,080

                                   TOTAL                 $32,891,861


SECTION IX - WATER AND SEWER FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following
revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30,
2013:
              Charges for Services                        $12,450,000
              Other Revenues                                  920,000

                            TOTAL                       $13,370,000




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SECTION X – SEPARATION PAY FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following
revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30,
2013:

              Transfer from General Fund                 $ 270,000

                            TOTAL                        $ 270,000


SECTION XI – PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEM FUND: The City Council does estimate that the
following revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending
June 30, 2013:

              Motor Vehicle Privilege Tax                $   164,000
              Transfer from General Fund                     285,263

                            TOTAL                        $   449,263


SECTION XII – STORM WATER FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following
revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30,
2013:

              Storm Water Fees                           $ 1,599,000
              Miscellaneous                                  375,100

                            TOTAL                        $ 1,974,100

SECTION XIII – ENVIRONMENTAL FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following
revenues will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30,
2013:

              User Fees                                  $ 1,271,833
              Transfer from Other Funds                    2,050,000
              Miscellaneous                                   70,000

                            TOTAL                        $ 3,391,833


SECTION XIV – STADIUM FUND: The City Council does estimate that the following revenues
will be available during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013:

              Transfer from Fund Balance                 $    100,000
              Transfer from General Fund                        1,800

                            TOTAL                        $    101,800




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SECTION XV - TAX RATE ESTABLISHED: An Ad Valorem Tax Rate of $0.56 per $100
property valuation is hereby established as the official tax rate for the City of Kannapolis for the
fiscal year 2012-2013. This rate is based on an estimated valuation of $3,405,337,747 and an
estimated 97 percent collection rate, which was at least the collection rate experienced during
the 2010-2011 fiscal year. Allocation of the 2012-2013 tax rate will be as follows:

                       GENERAL FUND                  $.56

                       TOTAL TAX RATE                $.56

SECTION XVI - SPECIAL AUTHORIZATION - CITY MANAGER:

       a.      The City Manager is hereby authorized to transfer
               funds from one line item to another line item within
               each Fund of said budget with the exception of the
               general contingency account. Utilization of any
               contingency appropriation shall be accomplished with
               City Council approval only.

       b.      Authorization is hereby given to the City Manager to
               withhold or postpone the expenditure of any funds
               appropriated in this ordinance when it appears to
               the City Manager that it would be in the best interest
               of the City for such expenditure to be withheld. This
               provision shall not in any way limit or restrict the right
               of the City Council to direct immediate disbursement of
               any appropriated funds when City Council is of the opinion
               that the funds should be expended regardless of the
               position taken by the City Manager.

       This Ordinance is approved and adopted this 25th day of June, 2012.


                                      ________________________________
                                            Robert S. Misenheimer, Mayor
ATTEST:

_____________________________
Bridgette Bell, MMC
City Clerk




                                                 4
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                       Mayor & City Council
FROM:                     Finance Director
SUBJECT:                  Motion to approve FY 2012-2013 Fee Schedule (Eric Davis, Finance Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to approve FY 2012-2013 Fee Schedule

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
Attached is a fee schedule for all fees charged by the City of Kannapolis. The majority of the fees have been
approved by the board in previous meetings. The fees that are increasing are Storm Water and
Environmental Service fees. However, the fee increases are in the approved CIP and rate model plan. Also
increasing are the water cut-on fees after 4:30, meter tampering fees and non-payment administrative
disconnect fee.

D. Fiscal Considerations
The increased fees will allow the City to better match fees with expenses incured.

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Approve fee schedule.
2. Do not approve fee schedule with amended fees.

H. Issue Reviewed By
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

 ATTACHMENTS:
 Name:                                                              Description:
    Fee_Schedule_FY2012-2013.doc..docx                              FY 2012-2013 Fee Schedule
                 2012-2013 Fee Schedule



                         Police
Fingerprinting                    $10.00
Sound Permits                     $25.00
Pawn Brokers Permits              $275 (paid with business license fee)




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                                     Parks
                                      ½ Day Rental  Full Day Rental
                              VILLAGE PARK SHELTERS
Shelter A
        Resident                             $25                $40
        Non-Resident                         $32                $55
Shelter B
        Resident                             $45                $80
        Non-Resident                         $55                $100
Shelter C
        Resident                             $25                $40
        Non-Resident                         $32                $55
Shelter C- Saturdays - 2/hr rental
        Resident                             $15
        Non-Resident                         $20
Shelter D
        Resident                             $35                $60
        Non-Resident                         $45                $80
Shelter E
        Resident                             $25                $40
        Non-Resident                         $32                $55
Rental of all 4 shelters
        Resident                             $110               $144
        Non-Resident                         $200               $270
                                VILLAGE PARK
                MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM WITH CATERI G KITCHE
                         Refundable Security Deposit - $200
                        Business Hours       After Business Hrs Holiday Rate
City Resident                  $35                   $45           $55
Non-Resident                   $52                   $67           $82
City Non-Profit                $35                   $45           $55
City For-Profit                $45                   $55           $65
Non-City Non-Profit            $52                   $67           $82
Non-City For-Profit            $62                   $77           $92
                        MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM PATIO
                        Business Hours       After Business Hrs Holiday Rate
City Resident                  $10                   $15            $20
Non-Resident                   $15                   $20            $25
City Non-Profit                $10                   $15            $20
City For-Profit                $15                   $20            $25
Non-City Non-Profit            $15                   $20            $25
Non-City For-Profit            $20                   $25            $30




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                             VILLAGE PARK AMPHITHEATER
                               Refundable Security Deposit: $500
Resident for-profit:                               $500
Resident non-profit:                               $300
Non-Resident for-profit:                           $1000
Non-Resident non-profit:                           $750
Staffing (2 staff required):                       $15/per hour
Parking:                                           $9/per hour per person
EXTRA FEES
        Set-up                                     $200
        Clean-up                                   $300
        Sound                                      $250 - $50 each additional hour after 5 hour time
limit
SPLASH PAD
                                                   $1/per person per day
                                                          children one year of age and under are
free
TRAI
                                                   $1/per person per ride
                                                          children one year of age and under are
free
PU CH CARDS
        Punch Card of 10                           $8.50
        Punch Card of 20                           $16




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                                            Fire
REQUIRED CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIA CE                                                        Fee
   Certificate of Compliance
       1-1,000 SF                                                                 $20.00
       1,001-20,000 SF                                                            $50.00
       20,000-50,000 SF                                                           $100.00
       50,000-70,000 SF                                                           $200.00
       Every 20,000 SF over 70,000 SF is an additional                            $50.00
       Certificate of Compliance Re-inspections                                   $ 50.00
    Plan Review
       Construction                                                               $50.00+ .025/sf
       Up-Fit                                                                      $50.00+ .025/sf
       Site Plan                                                                  $50.00
       Re-review fee (applied on third submittal & each re-submittal thereafter)          $50.00
Hydrant flow test (fee per hydrant)                                               $100.00
Temporary Power Inspection                                                        $ 40.00
Load Merchandise Inspection                                                               $40.00
   (1) For multi-tenant building, fees are per tenant.
   (2) For multiple building owned by the same owner(s), fees are per building as defined by the
       NC Building Code, Vol. 1.
   (3) Individuals or companies that have not secured permits or Certificates of Compliance prior to
       beginning work or occupying the structure shall be charged double the listed amount.
   (4) Re-inspections of the sprinkler system, fire alarm system, or building for Certificate of
       Compliance will result in an additional fee per inspection.

REQUIRED CO STRUCTIO PERMITS
                                                                         Permit Fee
       Test Fee
   Automatic Fire Extinguishing Systems (Ansul/Sprinkler)                $150.00
       $150.00**
   Compressed Gases                                                      $150.00
       $150.00
   Fire Alarm & Detection Systems                                $150.00                 $150.00**
   Fire Pumps                                                            $150.00
       $150.00
   Flammable & Combustible liquids                                       $150.00         $150.00
   Hazardous Materials                                           $150.00                 $150.00
   Industrial Ovens                                              $150.00                 $150.00
    Spraying or Dipping Operations                               $150.00                 $150.00
   Standpipe Systems                                             $150.00                 $150.00
  OTE: Any system installation prior to plan review and/or a permit being issues will incur a
double fee.
                                                    Any structure over 70,000 SF x .002 + $150 **
                                               (DOES NOT INCLUDE HOOD SYSTEM/ANSUL)




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REQUIRED OPERATIO PERMITS                                                  Fee
  Amusement Buildings                                                      $150.00
  Carnivals and Fairs                                                      $300.00
  Covered Mall Buildings                                                   $150.00
  Exhibits and Trade Shows                                          $2,500/yr or $150.00/event
  Explosives (blasting)                                           $100/1-day or $300/90-days
  Liquids Use, Dispensing, Storage, Transportation                         $150.00
  UGST/AGST Install, Alter, Remove, Abandon                                $250.00/site
  Change in Liquid in Tanks                                                $150.00
  Liquid Dispensing – AGST/UGST to Vehicles                                $150.00
  Liquid Dispensing – Tanker to Vehicles                                   $150.00
   Pyrotechnic Special Effects Material (Fireworks)                        $300.00/day & site
  Spraying or Dipping                                                      $150.00
  Tents & Canopies                                                          $50.00/tent + .01/SF

REQUIRED OTHER CHARGES/FEES
                                                                                             Fee
    Environmental Site Assessment Research                         5.00 per hour (one hour minimum)
    Fire Flow request/Special Request (fee per hydrant)                            $100.00/hydrant
    Stand-by firefighters (when required by fire official or requested by occupant)      $20.00/hr per
firefighter
    After Hours Inspection – Special Request                                     $35.00/hr (minimum
of 2 hours)
    After Hour Plan Review – Special Request                                 $150.00/submittal
    Other inspections by request                                             $100.00
    Re-inspections (third visit or additional inspections)                   $50.00
    State License Inspection Fee (ABC, State Bar, etc.)                      $100.00
    Daycare & Nursing Home License Inspection Fee                            $ 75.00
    Group Home License Inspection Fee (annually)                             $75.00
    Foster License Inspection Fee (annually)                          $0.00 (second visit $50.00)
    Fire Incident Report Copy(s)                                             $1.00 (per report)
    Fire Extinguisher Recharge use for class                                 $11.00/extinguisher
    Fire Extinguisher Program (Training Class)                        $ 50.00/On-site at Fire Station #1
    Fire Extinguisher Program (Training Class)                                 $75.00/Off-site at
Requested Business

A    UAL FIRE I SPECTIO PROGRAM
                                                                                 Fee
    First Inspection (initial)                                                   $0.00
    Second Visit Re-inspection                                                   $0.00
    Third Visit Re-inspection                                                    $50.00
    Fourth Visit Re-inspection                                                   $100.00
          Additional Re-inspections will increase at $50 per inspection until violations are
     corrected.




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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FEES:
                                                                                              Fee
  Solids (lbs)                    Liquids (gals)                         Gases (SCF)
  < 501                           < 56                             < 201               $50.00
  501 – 5,000                     56 – 550                        201 - 2000           $150.00
  5,001 – 25,000                  551 – 2,750                     2,001 – 10,000       $200.00
  25,001 – 50,000          2751 – 5500                           10,001 – 20,000       $250.00
  50,001 – 75,000          5501 – 10,000                          20,001 – 40,000      $300.00
  >75,000                  > 10,000                               >40,000              $300.00
             pound **(plus .01/per gallon//scf in excess of listed amount)
               OTE: Excluding LPG/Medical gases
  LPG (Excludes LPG used ONLY for heating and cooking)
      $150.00/tank
  Medical Gasses                                                                 $150.00/tank
  Radioactive Materials any amount                                               $125.00

STA D-BY PERSO         EL/EQUIPME T
                                                                              Fee
  Ladder/Hazmat                                                               $105.00/$95.00
  Engine/Tanker                                                               $95.00
  Crash Truck/ Heavy Rescue                                                   $95.00
  Rescue Units                                                                $41.00
  Mobile Command Unit/Bus                                                     $30.00
  USAR                                                                        $28.00
  Light Vehicles (Cars/Pick-ups)                                              $17.00/$27.00
  Trailers                                                                    $10.25
  Mules/ATV                                                                   $8.00
  Fire Chief/Assistant Chief/Division Chief                                   $41.53
  Battalion Chief                                                             $28.24
  Fire Captain                                                                $24.98
  Engineer                                                                    $20.96
  Firefighter                                                                 $17.41
  Risk Reduction Personnel                                                    $30.66
                     Based on Stand-by per quarter hour, minimum 2 hours.
  SUPPLIES
                                                                                      Fee
  Level A Suits (enclosed, splash and vapor protection)
     Large – XL                                                               $1,411.00 each
     XXL                                                                      $1,496.00 each
  Level A Suits (flash protection)
     Large – XL                                                               $3,685.00 each
     XXL                                                                      $3,906.00 each
  Level B Suits (splash protection)
     Large – XL                                                               $551.00 each
     XXL                                                                      $584.00 each




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Gloves
    Butyl                     $22.90 each pair
Silver Shield                 $7.00 each pair
  itrile                      $3.25 each pair
Overboots                     $6.00 a pair
Pipettes                      $1.00 each
Boom 8 x 10                   $72.64
Absorbent                     $20.00 bag
Absorbent padding             $77.41 per 100 sheets
55 gallon drums               $70.00
66 gallon containment pool    $102.00
20 gallon containment pool    $82.00
100 gallon containment pool   $115.00
150 gallon containment pool   $130.00
Drain seal/inlet guard        $78.40
Thunderstorm Foam             $35.00 per gallon
Ammonia Chips                 $61.00 each
Decon Pools/Burms             $360.00 each
Classifiers                   $10.00 each
PH Papers                     $10.00 roll
Chemical Paper                $50.00 each roll
35 gallon trash cans          $30.00
Uwasi Sample tube             $7.00 each
Decon Solution                $48.00 per gallon
Tarp                          $57.00 each




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                           Planning and Zoning
Zoning Map Amendment
        Processing                                $500.00
        Notification of Affected Property Owners:
               1-20                               $25.00
               21-50                              $75.00
               51-100                             $175.00
               Over 100                           $300.00
Conditional Zoning Map Amendment                  $600.00 (plus applicable notification fee)
Conditional Use Permit                            $600.00
UDO Text Amendment                                $400.00
Variance, Appeal, Nonconformity Adjustment        $300.00
Site Plan Review                                  $200.00 (plus $100 per additional acre)
        (Multi-Family Residential & Non-Residential)
Grading Permit (without Site Plan)                $50.00 (plus $25 per additional acre)
Driveway Permit                                   $25.00

Zoning Clearance Permit:**
       Residential 1F                               $25.00
       Residential 2F                               $25.00
       Multi-family (5 units or less)               $250.00
       Multi-family (more than 5 units)             $300.00 or $.04/SF(whichever is greater)
       Accessory (Residential and !on-Residential)$25.00
       Non-Residential                              $30.00
       Temporary Use                                $50.00
       Temporary Construction Trailer               $50.00
       Home Occupation                              $50.00
       Change in Use                                $50.00
       Signs:
               Wall, projecting, canopy             $40.00
               Temporary                            $40.00
               Ground mounted                       $40.00
               Change of panel                      $40.00
       Certification Letter                         $25.00
               (Zoning, Watershed, Floodplain, etc.)
       **Clearance permit fees are for each item separately even if combined in a single zoning
clearance      permit application.

SUBDIVISIO FEES.
Exception Plat                                     No Charge
Minor Subdivision Plat Review                      $50.00
Minor Subdivision Plat Revision                    $40.00



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Preliminary Major Subdivision Plat Review        $400.00 (plus $30 per lot)
Preliminary Major Subdivision Revision           $50.00 (Minor Amendment)
Final Subdivision Plat Review                    $200.00
Final Subdivision Plat Revision                  $40.00

STREET CLOSI G FEES.
Processing                                       $300.00

PUBLICATIO FEES.
Land Use Plan                                    $25.00
Unified Development Ordinance                    $50.00
Zoning Map                                       $20.00

** All fees established are due and payable at the time of product delivery or upon initial
submittal of any item or items to be reviewed, processed or approved. All fees are non-
refundable with the following exception: 75% of processing and notification fees for map
amendments listed in Part 1 of this ordinance may be refunded if an application is withdrawn
within seven (7) days following a pre-hearing neighborhood meeting.
** There will be a $25.00 returned check fee for any check received by the City.




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Business License




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      Environmental, Stormwater, & Water/Sewer

                                         Recycling
                                      (per household)

                                              $5.85



                                                      Stormwater
                                                      (per E.R.U.)

                                 Tier 1                    $3.30


                                 Tier 2                    $4.40


                                 Tier 3                    $5.50


                               Commercial                  $4.40



                                              Tier 1               Tier 2
                                                                                  Irrigation
                                            Per 1,000            Per 1,000
                      Base Fee                                                    Per 1,000
                                             Gallons              Gallons
                                                                                   Gallons
                                          (0-7,000 gals)      (over 7,000 gals)
   Residential
Inside City Limits     $6.00                  $5.40                  $5.67          $5.67

  Commercial
Inside City Limits     $6.00                  $5.40                  $5.40          $5.67

   Residential
Outside City Limits    $7.20                  $6.48                  $6.80          $6.80

  Commercial
Outside City Limits    $7.20                  $6.48                  $6.48          $6.80




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                                                                      Recommended for
                                       Fee Type
                                                                         Kannapolis

                 on payment administrative service disconnect fee              $30.00


               Reconnection fee during business hours                          $30.00


               * Reconnection fee after business hours                        $100.00


               Physical notification of non-payment bill                       $0.00


               Unauthorized/illegal reconnection                              $300.00


               Locking devices cut or damaged                                 $300.00


               Meter yokes damaged                                            $300.00


               Tampering, altering, removing or replacing meter               $300.00


               Bypassing a water meter                                        $300.00



                            WATER                                   Inside                  Outside
                            RATES                                    City                    City
Individual Water Service: (less than 2 inch) (Note 1)
* per 1,000 gallons                                           $           5.40          $        6.48
* base monthly charge (Note 2)                                $           6.00          $        7.20
* monthly rate for unmetered service – residential only       $          43.80          $       52.56


Private Water Systems (more than one user):
* per 1,000 gallons based on master water meter               $              5.40       $           6.48
* base monthly charge per user as determined by number
  of dwelling units or commercial spaces on site, occupied
  or vacant                                                   $              6.00       $           7.20




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Fire Line Service :
* monthly service rate (2 inch)                                     $            43.80         $        52.56

                             SEWER                                        Inside                   Outside
                             RATES                                         City                     City
Individual Sewer Service:
* per 1,000 gallons water used                                      $             5.30         $         5.30
* base monthly charge                                               $             3.80         $         3.80
* monthly rate for unmetered service – residential only             $            40.90         $        40.90

Private Sewer Systems (more than one user):
* per 1,000 gallons based on master meter                           $             5.30         $           5.30
* base monthly charge per user as determined by number
  of dwelling units or commercial spaces on site, occupied
  or vacant (Note 2)                                                $             3.80         $           3.80

(Note 1) Water rates for customers with 2 inch meter or larger shall pay inside City rates.
(Note 2) All City customers will pay the base charge in addition to the per 1,000 gallon charge. Master metered
customers
    will pay the base charge times the number of units served in addition to the per 1,000 gallon charge.
Residential water
    customers using metered service for irrigation purposes only shall not (during periods when level II or higher
water
    restrictions are in effect) be billed a minimum bill for zero (-0-) usage.

                      WATER TAP A D                                     Inside                     Outside
                    CO ECTIO FEES                                        City                       City
Individual Water Tap Fees:
* 3/4" service (installation by City)                           $         800.00         *     $     800.00       *
* 1" service (installation by City)                             $         800.00         *     $     800.00       *
* 1-1/2" service (installation by City)                         $       1,200.00         *     $   1,200.00       *
* 2" service (installation by City)                             $       1,200.00         *     $   1,200.00       *
* Larger than 2" (installation by customer or City)                                              All Cost
                                                                  All Cost Borne                  Borne
                                                                  By Customer                  By Customer

Fire Line Service Tap:
* All sizes (installation by the customer)                                                       All Cost
                                                                  All Cost Borne                  Borne
                                                                  By Customer                  By Customer

Tap on of New Water Main to Existing:


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* All sizes (installation by the customer)                                                     All Cost
                                                                All Cost Borne                  Borne
                                                                By Customer                 By Customer
     Individual Water connection fees: These fees were derived from meter factors as developed in the
American Water Works Association Standards Manual.
(See Note A)
Watermeter Size
* 3/4" service                                                    $     1,200.00            $     1,200.00
*1” service                                                       $     3,000.00            $     3,000.00
* 1-1/2” service                                                  $     6,000.00            $     6,000.00
* 2” service                                                      $     9,600.00            $     9,600.00
* 3” service                                                      $ 18,000.00               $ 18,000.00
* 4” service                                                      $ 30,000.00               $ 30,000.00
* 6” service                                                      $ 60,000.00               $ 60,000.00
* 8” service                                                      $ 96,000.00               $ 96,000.00
* 10" service                                                     $ 138,000.00              $ 138,000.00

(Note A)
(1) Tap fee and connection fee shall be per lot or per unit to be served.
(2) Master metered developments shall pay a connection fee for each lot or individual unit served or fee for
meter size whichever is greater.
(3) Connection fee due from residential developers shall be paid before final plat approval. (Tap fees are waived
where developer has installed water systems in accordance with City Ordinance.)
(4) Connection fee is due from commercial and industrial developers before zoning permits can be issued by the
City.
(5) Connection fee for residential customers where a tap fee is also due shall be paid before tap is installed by
City.
(6) Residential and commercial developers who have preliminary plats approved by the City before December
18, 2000 shall be exempt from paying the connection fee.
(7) Commercial and industrial developers who are not required to obtain plat approval shall be exempt from
paying the connection fee if zoning permits have been issued by the City prior to December 18, 2000.
(Manufactured home parks and multi-family apartment complexes are included as commercial developers).
(8) All applicable fees must be paid before receiving City water service.

                     SEWER TAP A D                                  Inside                        Outside
                   CO ECTIO FEES                                     City                          City
Individual Sewer Service Tap Fees:
* 4" service (installation by the City)
                                                                $     1,200.00                $     1,200.00
      (includes any size pumped by customer)
                                                                                                 All Cost
* 6" or larger or where utility incasement may be required      All Cost Borne
                                                                                                  Borne
      (installation by customer or City)                        By Customer
                                                                                               By Customer



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Tap on of New Sewer Line to Existing:
                                                                                                 All Cost
         * All sizes (installation by the customer)             All Cost Borne                    Borne
                                                                By Customer                    By Customer

Individual Sewer Connection Fees: These fees were derived from meter factors as developed in the American
Water Works Association Standards Manual.
(See Note B)
Watermeter Size
* 3/4" service                                                  $       650.00             $       650.00
*1” service                                                     $     1,625.00             $     1,625.00
* 1-1/2” service                                                $     3,250.00             $     3,250.00
* 2” service                                                    $     5,200.00             $     5,200.00
* 3” service                                                    $     9,750.00             $     9,750.00
* 4” service                                                    $ 16,250.00                $ 16,250.00
* 6” service                                                    $ 32,500.00                $ 32,500.00
* 8” service                                                    $ 52,000.00                $ 52,000.00
* 10" service                                                   $ 74,750.00                $ 74,750.00

(Note B)
(1) Tap fee and connection fee shall be per lot or per unit to be served.
(2) Master metered developments shall pay a connection fee for each lot or individual unit served or fee for
meter size whichever is greater.
(3) Connection fee due from residential developers shall be paid before final plat approval. (Tap fees are waived
where developer has installed sewer systems in accordance with City Ordinance.)
(4) Connection fee is due from commercial and industrial developers at the time of application for service.
(5) Connection fee for residential customers where a tap fee is also due shall be paid before tap is installed by
City.
(6) Residential and commercial developers who have preliminary plats approved by the City before December
18, 2000 shall be exempt from paying the connection fee.
(7) Commercial and industrial developers who are not required to obtain plat approval shall be exempt from
paying the connection fee if zoning permits have been issued by the City prior to December 18, 2000.
(Manufactured home parks and multi-family apartment complexes are included as commercial developers).
(8) All applicable fees must be paid before receiving City sewer service.

             SERVICE FEES A D DEPOSITS                               Inside City               Outside City
Service Reconnection                                                $       20.00             $      20.00
Service Deposit (Non-Property Owners)
                                                                    $       50.00             $        50.00
  * Water or sewer; water and sewer
Returned Check
                                                                    $       25.00             $        25.00
   * Each



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                 HYDRA T METER FEES        Inside City     Outside City
Construction Hydrant Meter (refundable)   $      750.00   $     750.00
Fire Hydrant Use Account (refundable)     $      250.00   $     250.00
Annual Hydrant Use Permit Fee
                                          $      25.00    $      25.00
   * Per vehicle




                                                                17
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                   Mayor and City Council
FROM:                 Fnance Director
                      Motion to adopt FY 2013-2022 Capital Improvement Plan (Eric Davis, Finance
SUBJECT:
                      Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to adopt FY 2013-2022 Capital Improvement Plan

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting

C. Background
During the current fiscal year, staff has worked to create a 10 year financial forecasting rate model
that accompanies the proposed 10 year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Approval of this document
does not bind this City Council; or future City Council's to purchase or construct the listed items or
projects, however the purpose of this document is to serve as a multi-year financial planning guide.

This plan comprises 87 projects totalling over $124 Million of investment into our community. These
projects range from the purchase of Dump Trucks and Fire Trucks, to the construction of Fire
Stations and a new Public Safety / City Office facility.

It is important to note that this document will be reviewed annually in conjunction with the budget
adoption process. It is equally important to note that this document will be revised every other year in
order to ensure that our financial plan continuously meets the evolving needs of our community.

D. Fiscal Considerations
Approval of this document does not bind this City Council; or future City Council's to purchase or
construct the listed items or projects. This document serves as a multi-year financial planning guide.

E. Policy Issues
Approval of this document will assist departments with their multi-year planning efforts, and enhance
their efforts in obtaining outside funding (grants).

F. Legal Issues
Approval of this document does not bind this City Council; or future City Council's to purchase or
construct the listed items or projects.
                                                                                                                                                           General Fund
                                                                                                                                                            Summary
                                     Actual          Actual       Actual         Actual        Actual         Actual         Actual        Actual         Actual          Actual            Budgeted          Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted          Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted         Forecasted
     General Fund Revenues           FY 02           FY 03        FY 04          FY 05         FY 06          FY 07          FY 08         FY 09          FY 10           FY 11              FY 12              FY 13              FY 14             FY 15               FY 16              FY 17             FY 18             FY 19              FY 20             FY 21              FY 22

 1   Real & Personal Property Tax    $9,394,341    $10,336,044    $9,573,467    $10,417,029   $10,937,439    $11,771,020    $12,973,806   $17,123,897    $17,562,960    $17,800,491         $17,845,012       $16,259,670        $19,052,712        $19,624,293         $22,077,360       $24,423,050       $25,277,901        $26,162,606       $27,262,320        $30,270,576        $31,330,046
 2   Vehicle Tax                      $150,632       $154,210      $158,019       $163,766      $168,627       $218,730        $341,087      $343,061       $328,923       $325,848            $325,000          $328,250           $333,174           $339,837            $348,333          $358,783          $371,341           $386,194          $403,573           $423,752           $444,939
 3   Prior Years Collections         $1,006,182      $251,793      $279,854       $365,921      $344,811       $350,695       $299,390      $464,697        $343,697       $435,235            $400,000          $410,000           $420,250           $430,756            $441,525          $452,563          $463,877           $475,474          $487,361           $499,545           $512,034
 4   Local Option Sales Tax          $3,530,084     $3,634,492    $4,706,518     $4,901,069    $4,953,702     $5,221,276     $5,412,376    $4,979,383     $5,308,859     $5,218,704          $5,225,000        $5,799,750         $6,002,741         $6,212,837          $6,430,286        $6,655,347        $6,888,284         $7,129,374        $7,378,902         $7,637,163         $7,904,464
 7   Franchise Tax                    $681,316      $1,324,348    $1,065,688     $1,024,098    $1,021,585     $1,180,235     $1,521,435    $1,667,388     $1,724,813     $1,766,434          $1,770,000        $1,911,600         $1,959,390         $2,008,375          $2,058,584        $2,110,049        $2,162,800         $2,216,870        $2,272,292         $2,329,099         $2,387,326
 8   Beer and Wine Tax                       $0      $159,958      $164,265       $171,205      $173,087       $181,387       $190,235      $192,241         $62,904       $197,852            $189,900          $199,395           $209,365           $219,833            $230,825          $242,366          $254,484           $267,208          $280,569           $294,597           $309,327
 9   Cable Franchise Fee              $174,469       $176,062      $182,285       $287,029      $327,980       $226,615         $53,881       $56,246        $53,287        $63,557                  $0           $64,000            $64,640            $65,286             $65,939           $66,599           $67,265            $67,937           $68,617            $69,303            $69,996
10   Privilege Licenses                      $0      $117,039      $127,723       $124,290      $118,386       $147,455       $196,566       $157,956       $177,338       $204,184            $205,000          $213,200           $221,728           $230,597            $239,821          $249,414          $259,390           $269,766          $280,557           $291,779           $303,450
11   Powell Bill                     $1,282,336     $1,233,800    $1,132,497     $1,281,932    $1,282,688     $1,266,278     $1,448,001    $1,331,241     $1,203,554     $1,223,679          $1,190,461        $1,196,413         $1,202,395         $1,208,407          $1,214,449        $1,220,522        $1,226,624         $1,232,757        $1,238,921         $1,245,116         $1,251,341
13   Zoning Fees                        $39,740        $52,829       $32,326        $68,000       $86,499        $79,038        $95,295       $61,872        $97,733        $39,739             $60,000           $63,000            $66,150            $69,458             $72,930           $76,577           $80,406            $84,426           $88,647            $93,080            $97,734
14   Permits and Fees                    $7,605        $17,549        $6,923        $15,607     $133,650         $95,367      $243,914       $105,529        $75,223       $106,727             $70,000           $73,500            $77,175            $81,034             $85,085           $89,340           $93,807            $98,497          $103,422           $108,593           $114,023
15   Recreation Fees                    $34,858        $31,589       $39,115        $44,766       $48,219      $100,931        $189,834      $205,271       $188,539       $177,814            $200,000          $205,000           $210,125           $215,378            $220,763          $226,282          $231,939           $237,737          $243,681           $249,773           $256,017
17   Investment earnings              $296,151       $186,481      $134,466       $201,930      $281,917       $250,642        $206,276       $46,113        $28,719        $19,276              $7,500            $7,575             $7,651             $7,727              $7,805            $7,883            $7,961             $8,041            $8,121             $8,203             $8,285
18   Other general revenues          $1,491,688     $2,158,136     $961,081      $2,618,571     $500,433       $388,601      $2,201,467    $1,456,280     $1,404,860     $3,339,363          $2,123,268        $2,144,501         $2,165,946         $2,187,605          $2,209,481        $2,231,576        $2,253,892         $2,276,431        $2,299,195         $2,322,187         $2,345,409
19   Transfer from other funds               $0             $0            $0             $0     $218,801       $679,411       $335,000         $2,582      $857,433              $0          $1,609,239        $1,187,828         $1,247,219         $1,309,580          $1,375,059        $1,443,812        $1,516,003         $1,591,803        $1,671,393         $1,754,963         $1,842,711


     Total Revenues                 $18,089,402    $19,834,330   $18,564,227    $21,685,213   $20,597,824    $22,157,681    $25,708,563   $28,193,757    $29,418,842    $30,918,903         $31,220,380       $30,063,682        $33,240,661        $34,211,005         $37,078,247       $39,854,161       $41,155,973        $42,505,122       $44,087,570        $47,597,727        $49,177,102


                                     Actual          Actual       Actual         Actual        Actual         Actual         Actual        Actual         Actual          Actual            Budgeted          Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted          Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted         Forecasted
     General Fund Expenditures       FY 02           FY 03        FY 04          FY 05         FY 06          FY 07          FY 08         FY 09          FY 10           FY 11              FY 12              FY 13              FY 14             FY 15               FY 16              FY 17             FY 18             FY 19              FY 20             FY 21              FY 22

     Personnel                       $8,098,891     $8,620,330    $9,335,605     $9,931,006   $10,357,549    $11,070,469    $11,186,190   $12,793,632    $13,485,200    $14,402,426         $14,468,693       $15,155,956        $15,762,194        $17,015,458         $17,696,076       $18,403,919       $19,140,076        $19,905,679       $20,701,906        $21,529,983        $22,391,182
     Operations                      $7,737,807     $7,757,872    $7,285,869     $7,605,769    $9,482,609    $10,183,060    $11,466,883   $11,704,394    $11,400,770    $13,398,720         $13,012,107       $11,099,993        $11,682,742        $12,347,681         $12,995,934       $13,678,221       $14,396,328        $15,152,135       $15,947,622        $16,784,872        $17,666,078
     Debt Service                    $1,856,981     $2,228,836    $2,173,228     $1,824,331    $1,977,627     $3,115,797     $2,737,645    $3,674,821     $3,779,520     $3,084,278          $3,739,580        $4,253,644         $3,646,293         $4,756,292          $4,793,157        $6,165,786        $5,919,038         $6,024,577        $6,237,857         $8,045,909         $8,003,374
     Transfer to Other Funds                 $0             $0            $0             $0            $0             $0             $0            $0             $0             $0                  $0        $1,402,000         $1,612,500         $1,362,500          $1,312,500        $1,062,500        $1,012,500          $762,500          $822,500           $562,500           $662,500
     Capital                          $883,163       $632,884      $207,090       $278,586      $591,443         $84,811         $9,500     $526,875         $50,101      $249,611                   $0                $0                 $0                 $0                  $0                $0                $0                 $0                $0                 $0                 $0

     Total Expenditures             $18,576,842    $19,239,922   $19,001,792    $19,639,692   $22,409,228    $24,454,137    $25,400,218   $28,699,722    $28,715,591    $31,135,035         $31,220,380       $31,911,593        $32,703,729        $35,481,931         $36,797,668       $39,310,426       $40,467,942        $41,844,891       $43,709,885        $46,923,264        $48,723,134

     Revenue over Expenses            ($487,440)     $594,408      ($437,565)    $2,045,521   ($1,811,404)   ($2,296,456)     $308,345      ($505,965)      $703,251       ($216,132)               $0        ($1,847,911)          $536,932        ($1,270,926)          $280,579           $543,735          $688,032          $660,231           $377,685          $674,464           $453,968

                                                                                                                                                         Required Rate Adjustment                         $          0.07    $           -     $           0.04    $            -     $          0.01   $           -     $            -     $          0.01   $           0.02   $            -

                                                                                                                                                           Ad Valorem Tax Rate          $       0.4900    $        0.5600    $        0.5600   $        0.6000     $        0.6000    $        0.5900   $        0.5900   $        0.5900    $        0.5800   $        0.5600    $        0.5600

                                                                                                                                                         Rate Adjustment Revenue                          $     2,312,226    $           -     $      1,401,816    $            -     $           -     $           -     $            -     $           -     $            -     $            -

                                                                                                                                                            Adjusted Revenue over Expenses                $       464,315    $       536,932   $       130,890     $       280,579    $       543,735   $       688,032   $       660,231    $       377,685   $       674,464    $       453,968

                                                                                                                                              Tolerance Level / Margin of Error              1% - 2%                1.46%              1.64%              0.37%               0.76%             1.38%             1.70%              1.58%             0.86%              1.44%              0.93%
                                                                                                                                                       Fund balance requirement:            25% - 33%     $     7,977,898 $        8,175,932 $        8,870,483 $         9,199,417 $       9,827,607 $      10,116,985 $       10,461,223 $      10,927,471 $       11,730,816 $       12,180,783
                                                                                                                                                       Debt Service                           < 15%                13.33%             11.15%             13.40%              13.03%            15.68%            14.63%             14.40%            14.27%             17.15%             16.43%




                                                                                                                                                    General Fund Revenues/Expenditures
                                                                                                                                                    General Fund Revenues                                      General Fund Expenditures
                                      $55,000,000

                                      $50,000,000

                                      $45,000,000

                                      $40,000,000

                                      $35,000,000

                                      $30,000,000

                                      $25,000,000

                                      $20,000,000

                                      $15,000,000

                                      $10,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                           General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                            Revenues
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Rowan             Cabarrus                                                Rowan             Cabarrus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Revaluation        Revaluation                                            Revaluation        Revaluation
                                Actual          Actual         Actual          Actual          Actual         Actual         Actual         Actual         Actual         Actual        Budgeted       Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted         Forecasted         Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted         Forecasted          Forecasted
                                FY 02           FY 03          FY 04           FY 05           FY 06          FY 07          FY 08          FY 09          FY 10          FY 11          FY 12           FY 13          FY 14          FY 15          FY 16              FY 17              FY 18             FY 19             FY 20              FY 21               FY 22

Real & Personal Property Tax    $9,394,341    $10,336,044      $9,573,467    $10,417,029     $10,937,439    $11,771,020    $12,973,806    $17,123,897    $17,562,960    $17,800,491     $17,845,012    $16,259,670     $19,052,712   $19,624,293      $22,077,360       $24,423,050        $25,277,901       $26,162,606        $27,262,320        $30,270,576        $31,330,046
  Increase                           17.86%         10.02%          -7.38%          8.81%           5.00%          7.62%         10.22%         31.99%          2.56%          1.35%           0.25%          -9.3%           3.0%           3.0%                 5%            12.5%             3.5%               3.5%                   6%                 15%            3.5%
  Avg Increase                                                                                      6.86%          6.99%          7.45%         10.52%          9.63%          8.81%           8.03%


Vehicle Tax                      $150,632       $154,210        $158,019       $163,766        $168,627       $218,730       $341,087       $343,061       $328,923       $325,848        $325,000       $328,250        $333,174       $339,837        $348,333           $358,783          $371,341           $386,194           $403,573           $423,752           $444,939
  Increase                            4.48%          2.38%           2.47%          3.64%           2.97%         29.71%         55.94%          0.58%         -4.12%         -0.93%          -0.26%            1%            1.5%            2%              2.5%                   3%           3.5%                   4%             4.5%                   5%                 5%
  Avg increase                                                                                      3.19%          7.61%         14.51%         12.77%         10.89%          9.71%           8.80%


Prior Years Collections         $1,006,182      $251,793        $279,854       $365,921        $344,811       $350,695       $299,390       $464,697       $343,697       $435,235        $400,000       $410,000        $420,250       $430,756        $441,525           $452,563          $463,877           $475,474           $487,361           $499,545           $512,034
   Increase                         279.62%        -74.98%          11.14%         30.75%          -5.77%          1.71%        -14.63%         55.21%        -26.04%         26.63%          -8.10%          2.5%            2.5%           2.5%             2.5%              2.5%              2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%
   Avg increase                                                                                    48.15%         40.41%         32.55%         35.38%         28.56%         28.37%          25.05%


Local Option Sales Tax          $3,530,084     $3,634,492      $4,706,518     $4,901,069      $4,953,702     $5,221,276     $5,412,376     $4,979,383     $5,308,859     $5,218,704      $5,225,000     $5,799,750      $6,002,741    $6,212,837       $6,430,286        $6,655,347         $6,888,284        $7,129,374         $7,378,902         $7,637,163         $7,904,464
  Increase                            0.05%          2.96%          29.50%          4.13%           1.07%          5.40%          3.66%         -8.00%          6.62%         -1.70%           0.12%         11.0%            3.5%           3.5%             3.5%              3.5%              3.5%               3.5%               3.5%               3.5%               3.5%
  Avg increase                                                                                      7.54%          7.19%          6.68%          4.85%          5.04%          4.37%           3.98%


Franchise Tax                    $681,316      $1,324,348      $1,065,688     $1,024,098      $1,021,585     $1,180,235     $1,521,435     $1,667,388     $1,724,813     $1,766,434      $1,770,000     $1,911,600      $1,959,390    $2,008,375       $2,058,584        $2,110,049         $2,162,800        $2,216,870         $2,272,292         $2,329,099         $2,387,326
   Increase                         -49.03%         94.38%         -19.53%         -3.90%          -0.25%         15.53%         28.91%          9.59%          3.44%          2.41%           0.20%          8.0%            2.5%           2.5%             2.5%              2.5%              2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%
   Avg increase                                                                                     4.33%          6.20%          9.44%          9.46%          8.79%          8.16%           7.43%


Beer and Wine Tax                        $0     $159,958        $164,265       $171,205        $173,087       $181,387       $190,235       $192,241        $62,904       $197,852        $189,900       $199,395        $209,365       $219,833        $230,825           $242,366          $254,484           $267,208           $280,569           $294,597           $309,327
  Increase                                                           2.69%          4.22%           1.10%          4.80%          4.88%          1.05%        -67.28%        214.53%          -4.02%            5%              5%            5%                  5%                 5%                5%                5%                 5%                 5%                 5%
  Avg increase                                                                                      2.67%          3.20%          3.54%          3.12%         -6.93%         20.75%          18.00%


Cable Franchise Fee              $174,469       $176,062        $182,285       $287,029        $327,980       $226,615        $53,881        $56,246        $53,287        $63,557              $0        $64,000         $64,640        $65,286          $65,939           $66,599            $67,265           $67,937            $68,617            $69,303            $69,996
  Increase                           10.69%          0.91%           3.53%         57.46%          14.27%        -30.91%        -76.22%          4.39%         -5.26%         19.27%        -100.00%          1.0%            1.0%           1.0%             1.0%              1.0%              1.0%               1.0%               1.0%               1.0%               1.0%
  Avg increase                                                                                     17.37%          9.33%         -2.90%         -1.98%         -2.35%         -0.19%          -9.26%


Privilege Licenses                       $0     $117,039        $127,723       $124,290        $118,386       $147,455       $196,566       $157,956       $177,338       $204,184        $205,000       $213,200        $221,728       $230,597        $239,821           $249,414          $259,390           $269,766           $280,557           $291,779           $303,450
   Increase                                                          9.13%         -2.69%          -4.75%         24.55%         33.31%        -19.64%         12.27%         15.14%           0.40%          4.0%            4.0%           4.0%             4.0%              4.0%              4.0%               4.0%               4.0%               4.0%               4.0%
   Avg increase                                                                                     0.56%          6.56%         11.91%          6.65%          7.45%          8.41%           7.52%


Powell Bill                     $1,282,336     $1,233,800      $1,132,497     $1,281,932      $1,282,688     $1,266,278     $1,448,001     $1,331,241     $1,203,554     $1,223,679      $1,190,461     $1,196,413      $1,202,395    $1,208,407       $1,214,449        $1,220,522         $1,226,624        $1,232,757         $1,238,921         $1,245,116         $1,251,341
  Increase                           -2.73%         -3.78%          -8.21%         13.20%           0.06%         -1.28%         14.35%         -8.06%         -9.59%          1.67%          -2.71%          0.5%            0.5%           0.5%             0.5%              0.5%              0.5%               0.5%               0.5%               0.5%               0.5%
  Avg increase                                                                                     -0.29%         -0.46%          1.66%          0.44%         -0.67%         -0.44%          -0.65%


Zoning Fees                       $39,740        $52,829         $32,326        $68,000         $86,499        $79,038        $95,295        $61,872        $97,733        $39,739         $60,000        $63,000         $66,150        $69,458          $72,930           $76,577            $80,406           $84,426            $88,647            $93,080            $97,734
  Increase                           15.15%         32.94%         -38.81%        110.36%          27.20%         -8.63%         20.57%        -35.07%         57.96%        -59.34%          50.99%          5.0%            5.0%           5.0%             5.0%              5.0%              5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%
  Avg increase                                                                                     29.37%         23.03%         22.68%         15.46%         20.18%         12.23%          15.76%


Permits and Fees                   $7,605        $17,549          $6,923        $15,607        $133,650        $95,367       $243,914       $105,529        $75,223       $106,727         $70,000        $73,500         $77,175        $81,034          $85,085           $89,340            $93,807           $98,497           $103,422           $108,593           $114,023
   Increase                         -57.45%        130.76%         -60.55%        125.44%         756.35%        -28.64%        155.76%        -56.74%        -28.72%         41.88%         -34.41%          5.0%            5.0%           5.0%             5.0%              5.0%              5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%
   Avg increase                                                                                   178.91%        144.32%        145.95%        120.62%        104.02%         97.81%          85.79%


Recreation Fees                   $34,858        $31,589         $39,115        $44,766         $48,219       $100,931       $189,834       $205,271       $188,539       $177,814        $200,000       $205,000        $210,125       $215,378        $220,763           $226,282          $231,939           $237,737           $243,681           $249,773           $256,017
  Increase                          -12.49%         -9.38%          23.82%         14.45%           7.71%        109.32%         88.08%                        -8.15%         -5.69%          12.48%          2.5%            2.5%           2.5%             2.5%              2.5%              2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%               2.5%
  Avg increase                                                                                      4.82%         22.24%         31.65%         31.65%         26.67%         23.08%          22.02%


Investment earnings              $296,151       $186,481        $134,466       $201,930        $281,917       $250,642       $206,276        $46,113        $28,719        $19,276          $7,500         $7,575          $7,651         $7,727           $7,805             $7,883            $7,961            $8,041             $8,121             $8,203             $8,285
   Increase                         -39.52%        -37.03%         -27.89%         50.17%          39.61%        -11.09%        -17.70%        -77.64%        -37.72%        -32.88%         -61.09%          1.0%            1.0%           1.0%             1.0%              1.0%              1.0%               1.0%               1.0%               1.0%               1.0%
   Avg increase                                                                                    -2.93%         -4.29%         -6.21%        -15.14%        -17.65%        -19.17%         -22.98%


Other general revenues          $1,491,688     $2,158,136       $961,081      $2,618,571       $500,433       $388,601      $2,201,467     $1,456,280     $1,404,860     $3,339,363      $2,123,268     $2,144,501      $2,165,946    $2,187,605       $2,209,481        $2,231,576         $2,253,892        $2,276,431         $2,299,195         $2,322,187         $2,345,409
   Increase                          18.46%         44.68%         -55.47%        172.46%         -80.89%        -22.35%        466.51%        -33.85%         -3.53%        137.70%         -36.42%            1%              1%            1%                  1%                 1%                1%                1%                 1%                 1%                 1%
   Avg increase                                                                                    19.85%         12.82%         77.63%         63.69%         56.22%         64.37%          55.21%


Transfer from other funds                $0              $0             $0              $0     $218,801       $679,411       $335,000         $2,582       $857,433                $0    $1,609,239     $1,187,828      $1,247,219    $1,309,580       $1,375,059        $1,443,812         $1,516,003        $1,591,803         $1,671,393         $1,754,963         $1,842,711
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5.0%           5.0%             5.0%              5.0%              5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%               5.0%




Total Revenue                  $18,089,402    $19,834,330     $18,564,227    $21,685,213     $20,597,824    $22,157,681    $25,708,563    $28,193,757    $29,418,842    $30,918,903     $31,220,380    $30,063,682     $33,240,661   $34,211,005      $37,078,247       $39,854,161        $41,155,973       $42,505,122        $44,087,570        $47,597,727        $49,177,102
                                                                                                                                                                      General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                      Expenditures
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Rowan         Cabarrus                                      Rowan         Cabarrus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Revaluation    Revaluation                                  Revaluation    Revaluation
                              Actual          Actual         Actual         Actual           Actual             Actual          Actual          Actual          Actual          Actual           Budgeted        Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted
                              FY 02           FY 03          FY 04          FY 05            FY 06              FY 07           FY 08           FY 09           FY 10           FY 11             FY 12            FY 13          FY 14          FY 15          FY 16          FY 17          FY 18          FY 19          FY 20          FY 21          FY 22

Personnel                    $8,098,891      $8,620,330      $9,335,605     $9,931,006      $10,357,549       $11,070,469     $11,186,190     $12,793,632     $13,485,200       $14,402,426      $14,468,693     $15,155,956    $15,762,194    $17,015,458    $17,696,076    $18,403,919    $19,140,076    $19,905,679    $20,701,906    $21,529,983    $22,391,182
  Increase                                         6.44%           8.30%            6.38%          4.30%              6.88%          1.05%          14.37%            5.41%              6.80%          0.46%           4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%          4.75%
  Avg increase                                                                                                        6.46%          5.56%            6.82%           6.64%              6.66%          6.04%



Operations                   $7,737,807      $7,757,872      $7,285,869     $7,605,769       $9,482,609       $10,183,060     $11,466,883     $11,704,394     $11,400,770       $13,398,720      $13,012,107     $11,099,993    $11,682,742    $12,347,681    $12,995,934    $13,678,221    $14,396,328    $15,152,135    $15,947,622    $16,784,872    $17,666,078
  Increase                                         0.26%          -6.08%            4.39%         24.68%              7.39%         12.61%            2.07%          -2.59%           17.52%           -2.89%                          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%          5.25%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                       7.21%            6.47%           5.34%              6.69%          5.74%


Transfer to Other Funds                $0              $0             $0               $0               $0               $0              $0              $0               $0               $0               $0     $1,402,000    $1,612,500     $1,362,500      $1,312,500     $1,062,500    $1,012,500       $762,500       $822,500       $562,500        $662,500


Capital                       $883,163        $632,884        $207,090       $278,586          $591,443           $84,811         $9,500        $526,875          $50,101         $249,611               $0               $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0

Debt Service                 $1,856,981      $2,228,836      $2,173,228     $1,824,331       $1,977,627        $3,115,797      $2,737,645      $3,674,821      $3,779,520        $3,084,278       $3,739,580      $3,311,720     $2,832,609     $2,502,693     $2,479,872     $2,401,351     $2,274,804     $2,248,258     $2,202,641     $2,160,312     $2,079,680
                                                                                                                                                                Outside        Kannapolis
                                                                            Interest        Loan Term                             Project                      Funding            Cost
 FY 12-13                                                                     3.0%           10 years        Orphange Road Bridge                                                   $205,500                         $26,715       $26,099        $25,482         $24,866        $24,249       $23,633        $23,016         $22,400        $21,783        $21,167
                                                                              3.0%           10 years        Rogers Lake Road Railroad Crossing                                     $475,000                         $61,750       $60,325        $58,900         $57,475        $56,050       $54,625        $53,200         $51,775        $50,350        $48,925
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Portable Radios                                   $454,200             $186,640                        $186,640
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Veteran's Park                                                       $2,100,000                     NCRC Bonds
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Highway 3 Sidewalk                                $348,000             $150,000                         $37,500      $112,500
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Highway 73 Sidewalk                               $57,400               $24,600                         $24,600
                                                                              3.0%           10 Years        Fire Engine E-12                                                       $450,000                         $58,500       $57,150        $55,800         $54,450        $53,100       $51,750        $50,400         $49,050        $47,700        $46,350
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Mobile Upfitting of Vehicles                                           $111,000                        $111,000
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Roxie Street Traffic Improvements                 $540,000             $135,000                        $135,000
                                                                              0.0%            Cash           Regional Radio System Grant Match                 $543,342             $135,836                        $135,836
                                                                              3.5%           15 years        Central Warehouse Facility                                           $1,616,880                        $164,383      $160,610       $156,837        $153,065       $149,292      $145,519       $141,746       $137,974       $134,201        $130,428
 FY 13-14                                                                     0.0%            Cash           D.E. Blvd. Sidewalks - Phase 1                    $312,000              $78,050                                       $78,050
                                                                                              Cash           Little Texas Rd. Sidewalk (Phase 1)               $163,200              $40,800                                       $40,800
                                                                             0.0%             Cash           Dump Truck Replacement S-4                                             $101,900                                      $101,900
                                                                                                             Fuel Tank Storage                                                      $120,000                                      $120,000
                                                                            2.5%             5 Years         Financial Software Replacement                                         $250,000                                       $56,250         $55,000        $53,750        $52,000        $51,250
 FY 14-15                                                                    4.0%           20 Years         Police Headquarters                               G.O. Bond        $16,054,500                                                     $1,444,905     $1,412,796     $1,380,687     $1,348,578     $1,316,469     $1,284,360     $1,252,251     $1,220,142
                                                                             4.0%           20 Years         Fire Station #2 (Replacement)                     G.O. Bond          $3,200,000                                                      $288,000       $281,600       $275,200      $268,800       $262,400       $256,000       $249,600       $243,200
                                                                             3.0%           10 Years         Fire Station # 6 (Temporary)**                    G.O. Bond            $475,000                                                       $61,750        $60,325        $58,900        $57,475        $56,050        $54,625        $53,200        $51,775
                                                                             3.0%           10 Years         Fire Engine E-33                                                       $472,500                                                       $61,425        $60,008        $58,590        $57,173        $55,755        $54,338        $52,920        $51,503
                                                                             3.0%           10 years         Rocky River Greenway                             $ 1,400,000           $350,000                                                       $45,500        $44,450        $43,400        $42,350        $41,300        $40,250        $39,200        $38,150
 FY 15-16                                                                   3.00%           10 Years         Village Park Phase 3                                                   $850,000                                                                      $110,500       $107,950       $105,400       $102,850      $100,300         $97,750        $95,200
 FY 16-17                                                                   3.0%            10 Years         Bakers Creek Park Improvements                                         $810,000                                                                                    $105,300       $102,870       $100,440        $98,010        $95,580        $93,150
                                                                            2.5%             5 Years         Oakwood Avenue Sidewalk                          $    756,000          $188,795                                                                                     $42,479        $41,535        $40,591        $39,647        $38,703
                                                                            2.5%             5 Years         Fisher Street Sidewalk                           $ 1,490,400           $372,600                                                                                     $83,835        $81,972        $80,109        $78,246        $76,383
                                                                            4.0%            20 Years         Fire Station #4 (Replacement)                      G.O. Bond         $3,800,000                                                                                    $342,000       $334,400       $326,800      $319,200       $311,600        $304,000
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Fire Engine E-32                                                       $495,125                                                                                     $64,336        $62,881        $61,396        $59,910        $58,425        $56,939
                                                                            3.5%            15 Years         Westside Land Acquisition                                            $2,500,000                                                                                    $254,167       $248,333       $242,500      $236,667       $230,833        $225,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Dump Truck Replacement (S-5)                                           $101,900                                                                                    $101,900
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           North Bakers Creek Branch Greenway                $800,000             $200,000                                                                                    $200,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Downtown Signal Replacement                       $384,000              $96,000                                                                                     $96,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Water Rescue Equipment                                                  $35,000                                                                                     $35,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Tanker Truck (Station #2)                                              $180,000                                                                                    $180,000
 FY 17-18                                                                   2.5%             5 Years         Regional Radio System Upgrade (Ph.2)                                 $1,000,000                                                                                                  $225,000       $220,000       $215,000       $210,000        $205,000
                                                                            3.0%            10 years         Irish Buffalo Creek Greenway (Phase 1)           $1,700,000            $568,000                                                                                                   $73,840        $72,136        $70,432        $68,728         $67,024
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Irish Buffalo Creek Greenway (Phase 2)                                 $900,000                                                                                                  $117,000       $114,300       $111,600       $108,900        $106,200
                                                                            2.5%             5 Years         Bethpage Road Sidewalk                           $1,864,000            $466,000                                                                                                  $104,850       $102,520       $100,190        $97,860         $95,530
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           D.E. Blvd. Sidewalk - Phase 2                     $180,000              $45,000                                                                                                   $45,000
 FY 18-19                                                                    2.5%            5 Years         Brantley Road Sidewalk                           $1,120,000            $280,000                                                                                                                  $63,000        $61,600        $60,200         $58,800
                                                                            2.5%             5 Years         Woodrow Wilson School Sidewalk                   $1,148,800            $287,200                                                                                                                  $64,620        $63,184        $61,748         $60,312
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Irish Buffalo Creek Greenway (Phase 3)                                 $900,000                                                                                                                 $117,000       $114,300       $111,600        $108,900
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Fire Engine E-41                                                       $520,931                                                                                                                  $67,721        $66,158        $64,595         $63,033
 FY 19-20                                                                   3.0%            10 Years         Ladder Truck                                                         $1,000,000                                                                                                                                $130,000       $127,000        $124,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Mini-Pumper / Brush Truck                                              $100,000                                                                                                                                $100,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           MCT Replacement                                                        $120,000                                                                                                                                $120,000
 FY 20-21                                                                   0.0%              Cash           Mobile Command / Investigative                                         $150,000                                                                                                                                               $150,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Burn Building (Training)                                               $400,000                                                                                                                                               $400,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Haz-Mat Truck                                                          $500,000                                                                                                                                               $500,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Haz-Mat Equipment                                                      $286,880                                                                                                                                               $286,880
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Fire Alerting System                              $258,000             $300,000                                                                                                                                               $300,000
                                                                            0.0%              Cash           Rescue / Air Truck                                                     $200,000                                                                                                                                               $200,000
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Fire Engine E-21                                                       $546,977                                                                                                                                                $71,107         $69,466
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Fire Station #3 Remodel                           G.O. Bond            $900,000                                                                                                                                               $117,000       $114,300
                                                                            3.0%            10 Years         Fire Station #1 Remodel                           G.O. Bond            $900,000                                                                                                                                               $117,000       $114,300
                                                                            2.5%            5 Years          Fire Safety House                                 G.O. Bond            $100,000                                                                                                                                                $22,500         $22,000
 FY 21-22                                                                   4.0%            20 Years         City Hall / Citizen Center                                         $13,810,000                                                                                                                                                              $1,242,900
                                                                            4.0%            20 Years          Stadium Park                                                        $9,400,000                                                                                                                                                               $846,000

               Total Debt    $1,856,981      $2,228,836      $2,173,228     $1,824,331       $1,977,627        $3,115,797      $2,737,645      $3,674,821      $3,779,520        $3,289,778       $3,739,580      $4,253,644     $3,646,293     $4,756,292     $4,793,157     $6,165,786     $5,919,038     $6,024,577     $6,237,857     $8,045,909     $8,003,374

          Total Expenses    $18,576,842     $19,239,922     $19,001,792    $19,639,692      $22,409,228       $24,454,137     $25,400,218     $28,699,722     $28,715,591       $31,340,535      $31,220,380     $31,911,593    $32,703,729    $35,481,931    $36,797,668    $39,310,426    $40,467,942    $41,844,891    $43,709,885    $46,923,264    $48,723,134
                                                                                                                                                General Fund
                                                                                                                                         Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                                              Revenues Report
                                 Actual        Actual             Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual       Budgeted      Forecasted      Forecasted   Forecasted       Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted
                                 FY 02         FY 03              FY 04          FY 05         FY 06         FY 07         FY 08         FY 09         FY 10         FY 11         FY 12          FY 13           FY 14        FY 15            FY 16          FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21         FY 22

Real & Personal Property Tax    $9,394,341   $10,336,044         $9,573,467    $10,417,029   $10,937,439   $11,771,020   $12,973,806   $17,123,897   $17,562,960   $17,800,491   $17,845,012    $16,259,670    $19,052,712   $19,624,293      $22,077,360    $24,423,050   $25,277,901   $26,162,606   $27,262,320   $30,270,576   $31,330,046
Vehicle Tax                       $150,632      $154,210           $158,019       $163,766      $168,627      $218,730      $341,087      $343,061      $328,923      $325,848      $325,000       $328,250       $333,174      $339,837         $348,333       $358,783      $371,341      $386,194      $403,573      $423,752      $444,939
Local Option Sales Tax          $3,530,084    $3,634,492         $4,706,518     $4,901,069    $4,953,702    $5,221,276    $5,412,376    $4,979,383    $5,308,859    $5,218,704    $5,225,000     $5,799,750     $6,002,741    $6,212,837       $6,430,286     $6,655,347    $6,888,284    $7,129,374    $7,378,902    $7,637,163    $7,904,464
Franchise Tax                     $681,316    $1,324,348         $1,065,688     $1,024,098    $1,021,585    $1,180,235    $1,521,435    $1,667,388    $1,724,813    $1,766,434    $1,770,000     $1,911,600     $1,959,390    $2,008,375       $2,058,584     $2,110,049    $2,162,800    $2,216,870    $2,272,292    $2,329,099    $2,387,326
Powell Bill                     $1,282,336    $1,233,800         $1,132,497     $1,281,932    $1,282,688    $1,266,278    $1,448,001    $1,331,241    $1,203,554    $1,223,679    $1,190,461     $1,196,413     $1,202,395    $1,208,407       $1,214,449     $1,220,522    $1,226,624    $1,232,757    $1,238,921    $1,245,116    $1,251,341
Other General Fund Revenues     $3,050,693    $3,151,436         $1,928,038     $3,897,319    $2,233,783    $2,500,142    $4,011,858    $2,748,787    $3,289,733    $4,583,747    $4,864,907     $4,567,999     $4,690,249    $4,817,255       $4,949,234     $5,086,411    $5,229,024    $5,377,321    $5,531,563    $5,692,022    $5,858,985

Total                          $18,089,402   $19,834,330        $18,564,227    $21,685,213   $20,597,824   $22,157,681   $25,708,563   $28,193,757   $29,418,842   $30,918,903   $31,220,380    $30,063,682    $33,240,661   $34,211,005      $37,078,247    $39,854,161   $41,155,973   $42,505,122   $44,087,570   $47,597,727   $49,177,102


                                  $46,000,000.00

                                  $42,000,000.00

                                  $38,000,000.00

                                  $34,000,000.00

                                  $30,000,000.00

                                  $26,000,000.00

                                  $22,000,000.00

                                  $18,000,000.00

                                  $14,000,000.00

                                  $10,000,000.00

                                   $6,000,000.00
                                                        FY 02          FY 03         FY 04        FY 05        FY 06        FY 07        FY 08        FY 09        FY 10         FY 11         FY 12         FY 13       FY 14        FY 15          FY 16         FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22



                                                                                                     Real & Personal Property Tax                     Local Option Sales Tax                     Franchise Tax                   Powell Bill                Vehicle Tax
                                                                                                                                     General Fund
                                                                                                                              Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                                   Expense Report
                       Actual        Actual           Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Budgeted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted     Forecasted
                       FY 02         FY 03            FY 04         FY 05         FY 06         FY 07          FY 08         FY 09         FY 10         FY 11          FY 12         FY 13         FY 14         FY 15          FY 16         FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21          FY 22

Personnel             $8,098,891    $8,620,330    $9,335,605       $9,931,006   $10,357,549   $11,070,469    $11,186,190   $12,793,632   $13,485,200   $14,402,426    $14,468,693   $15,155,956   $15,762,194   $17,015,458    $17,696,076   $18,403,919   $19,140,076   $19,905,679   $20,701,906   $21,529,983    $22,391,182
Operations            $7,737,807    $7,757,872    $7,285,869       $7,605,769    $9,482,609   $10,183,060    $11,466,883   $11,704,394   $11,400,770   $13,398,720    $13,012,107   $11,099,993   $11,682,742   $12,347,681    $12,995,934   $13,678,221   $14,396,328   $15,152,135   $15,947,622   $16,784,872    $17,666,078
Debt Service          $1,856,981    $2,228,836    $2,173,228       $1,824,331    $1,977,627    $3,115,797     $2,737,645    $3,674,821    $3,779,520    $3,084,278     $3,739,580    $4,253,644    $3,646,293    $4,756,292     $4,793,157    $6,165,786    $5,919,038    $6,024,577    $6,237,857    $8,045,909     $8,003,374
Capital                 $883,163     $632,884      $207,090         $278,586      $591,443        $84,811         $9,500     $526,875        $50,101     $249,611              $0            $0            $0            $0             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0

Total Expenditures   $18,576,842   $19,239,922   $19,001,792   $19,639,692      $22,409,228   $24,454,137    $25,400,218   $28,699,722   $28,715,591   $31,135,035    $31,220,380   $30,509,593   $31,091,229   $34,119,431    $35,485,168   $38,247,926   $39,455,442   $41,082,391   $42,887,385   $46,360,764    $48,060,634


                         $25,000,000



                         $20,000,000



                         $15,000,000



                         $10,000,000



                           $5,000,000



                                   $0
                                              FY 02        FY 03        FY 04        FY 05        FY 06         FY 07       FY 08        FY 09         FY 10         FY 11        FY 12      FY 13        FY 14        FY 15        FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19       FY 20         FY 21         FY 22
                                                                                                            Personnel                         Operations                            Debt Service                              Capital
                                                                                                                General Fund
                                                                                                         Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                              Personnel Report
              Actual        Actual    Actual    Actual      Actual      Actual      Actual      Actual      Actual      Actual     Budgeted      Forecasted   Forecasted      Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted
              FY 02         FY 03     FY 04     FY 05       FY 06       FY 07       FY 08       FY 09       FY 10       FY 11       FY 12          FY 13        FY 14           FY 15          FY 16         FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22

Personnel   $8,098,891 $8,620,330 $9,335,605 $9,931,006   $10,357,549 $11,070,469 $11,186,190 $12,793,632 $13,485,200 $14,402,426 $14,468,693 $15,155,956 $15,762,194 $17,015,458 $17,696,076 $18,403,919 $19,140,076 $19,905,679 $20,701,906 $21,529,983                   $22,391,182


                                                                                                         Personnel General Fund Expenditures
             $25,000,000

             $20,000,000

             $15,000,000

             $10,000,000

              $5,000,000

                       $0
                              FY 02     FY 03     FY 04      FY 05      FY 06       FY 07      FY 08      FY 09      FY 10       FY 11        FY 12      FY 13        FY 14          FY 15         FY 16        FY 17       FY 18       FY 19       FY 20        FY 21       FY 22


                                                                                                                                              Personnel
                                                                                                           General Fund
                                                                                                     Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                         Operations Report
             Actual       Actual    Actual    Actual     Actual     Actual      Actual      Actual       Actual      Actual    Budgeted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted
             FY 02        FY 03     FY 04     FY 05      FY 06      FY 07       FY 08       FY 09        FY 10       FY 11      FY 12        FY 13        FY 14        FY 15          FY 16         FY 17         FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22

Operations $7,737,807 $7,757,872 $7,285,869 $7,605,769 $9,482,609 $10,183,060 $11,466,883 $11,704,394 $11,400,770 $13,398,720 $13,012,107 $11,099,993 $11,682,742 $12,347,681 $12,995,934 $13,678,221 $14,396,328 $15,152,135 $15,947,622 $16,784,872               $17,666,078


                                                                                                      Operations General Fund Expenditures
            $20,000,000
            $18,000,000
            $16,000,000
            $14,000,000
            $12,000,000
            $10,000,000
             $8,000,000
             $6,000,000
             $4,000,000
             $2,000,000
                     $0
                            FY 02     FY 03     FY 04      FY 05      FY 06      FY 07       FY 08      FY 09      FY 10      FY 11       FY 12     FY 13       FY 14       FY 15         FY 16         FY 17        FY 18       FY 19       FY 20       FY 21       FY 22


                                                                                                                                 Operations
                                                                                                                   General Fund
                                                                                                            Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                               Debt Service Report
                 Actual        Actual    Actual    Actual    Actual      Actual       Actual       Actual        Actual        Actual      Budgeted       Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted        Forecasted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted
                 FY 02         FY 03     FY 04     FY 05     FY 06       FY 07        FY 08        FY 09         FY 10         FY 11        FY 12           FY 13        FY 14        FY 15             FY 16         FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22

Debt Service   $1,856,981 $2,228,836 $2,173,228 $1,824,331 $1,977,627   $3,115,797   $2,737,645   $3,674,821    $3,779,520   $3,084,278    $3,739,580     $4,253,644   $3,646,293      $4,756,292     $4,793,157    $6,165,786   $5,919,038   $6,024,577   $6,237,857   $8,045,909   $8,003,374


                                                                                                               Debt Service General Fund Expenditures
                 $9,000,000
                 $8,000,000
                 $7,000,000
                 $6,000,000
                 $5,000,000
                 $4,000,000
                 $3,000,000
                 $2,000,000
                 $1,000,000
                          $0
                                 FY 02     FY 03     FY 04      FY 05      FY 06       FY 07       FY 08        FY 09        FY 10        FY 11         FY 12      FY 13       FY 14          FY 15         FY 16        FY 17       FY 18       FY 19       FY 20       FY 21       FY 22


                                                                                                                                             Debt Service
                                                                                                                           General Fund
                                                                                                                     Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                           Capital Report
            Actual      Actual     Actual       Actual        Actual         Actual            Actual           Actual           Actual       Actual       Budgeted     Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted
            FY 02       FY 03      FY 04        FY 05         FY 06          FY 07             FY 08            FY 09            FY 10        FY 11         FY 12         FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21      FY 22

Capital     $883,163   $632,884    $207,090     $278,586      $591,443           $84,811        $9,500          $526,875         $50,101      $249,611           $0            $0         $0         $0         $0             $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0


                                                                                                                           Capital General Fund Expenditures
          $1,000,000
           $900,000
           $800,000
           $700,000
           $600,000
           $500,000
           $400,000
           $300,000
           $200,000
           $100,000
                 $0
                       FY 02      FY 03       FY 04        FY 05         FY 06         FY 07            FY 08            FY 09        FY 10        FY 11        FY 12        FY 13     FY 14      FY 15     FY 16      FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22


                                                                                                                                                           Capital
                                                                                                                                  General Fund
                                                                                                                            Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                                 Summary Report
              Actual             Actual      Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual      Budgeted      Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted   Forecasted
             FY 02               FY 03      FY 04         FY 05         FY 06         FY 07         FY 08         FY 09         FY 10           FY 11        FY 12         FY 13         FY 14         FY 15         FY 16         FY 17         FY 18         FY 19               FY 20           FY 21         FY 22

Revenues   $18,089,402      $19,834,330   $18,564,227   $21,685,213   $20,597,824   $22,157,681   $25,708,563   $28,193,757   $29,418,842    $30,918,903   $31,220,380   $30,063,682   $33,240,661   $34,211,005   $37,078,247   $39,854,161   $41,155,973   $42,505,122      $44,087,570        $47,597,727   $49,177,102
Expenses   $18,576,842      $19,239,922   $19,001,792   $19,639,692   $22,409,228   $24,454,137   $25,400,218   $28,699,722   $28,715,591    $31,135,035   $31,220,380   $31,911,593   $32,703,729   $35,481,931   $36,797,668   $39,310,426   $40,467,942   $41,844,891      $43,709,885        $46,923,264   $48,723,134

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Revenues
                                                                                                                                              General Fund Revenues
                   $60,000,000


                   $50,000,000


                   $40,000,000


                   $30,000,000


                   $20,000,000


                   $10,000,000


                            $0




                                                                                                                                            General Fund Expenditures                                                                                                         Expenditures


            $60,000,000

            $50,000,000

            $40,000,000

            $30,000,000

            $20,000,000

            $10,000,000

                       $0




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Revenues                 Expenses
                                                                                                                                General Fund Revenues vs Expenditures
            $60,000,000


            $50,000,000


            $40,000,000


            $30,000,000


            $20,000,000


            $10,000,000


                       $0
                                                                                                                              Stormwater Fund
                                                                                                                                 Summary
                               Actual             Actual           Actual           Actual           Actual          Actual            Budgeted       Forecasted        Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted           Forecasted          Forecasted
Stormwater Fund Revenues       FY 06              FY 07            FY 08            FY 09            FY 10           FY 11              FY 12           FY 13             FY 14            FY 15            FY 16            FY 17            FY 18            FY 19            FY 20                FY 21                FY22

Stormwater Fees                         $0         $217,957        $1,440,842       $1,388,543       $1,397,359       $1,471,588        $1,400,000        $1,599,274       $1,744,541        $1,891,260       $2,039,447       $2,059,841       $2,080,440       $2,359,791       $2,383,389          $2,407,223         $2,431,295
Other Revenue                           $0               $0                $0              $45            $632             $800                 $0                $0               $0                $0               $0               $0               $0               $0               $0                  $0                 $0
Fund Balance Appropriation              $0               $0                $0               $0               $0               $0                $0                $0               $0                $0               $0               $0               $0               $0               $0                  $0                 $0
Interest Earned                         $0               $0            $3,777           $3,264            $249               $16              $100              $100             $100              $100             $100             $100             $100             $100             $100                $100 $             100
 Transfer from other funds              $0               $0                                                                               $509,077          $375,000         $250,000          $125,000               $0               $0               $0               $0               $0                  $0                 $0
 Total Revenues                          $0        $217,957        $1,444,619       $1,391,852       $1,398,240       $1,472,404        $1,909,177        $1,974,374       $1,994,641        $2,016,360       $2,039,547       $2,059,941       $2,080,540       $2,359,891       $2,383,489          $2,407,323         $2,431,395

                               Actual             Actual           Actual           Actual           Actual          Actual            Budgeted       Forecasted        Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted           Forecasted          Forecasted
Stormwater Fund Expenditures   FY 06              FY 07            FY 08            FY 09            FY 10           FY 11              FY 12           FY 13             FY 14            FY 15            FY 16            FY 17            FY 18            FY 19            FY 20                FY 21               FY 22

Personnel                               $0          $12,288          $519,306           $568,370      $501,678         $499,727           $536,168          $552,253        $568,821          $585,885         $603,462         $621,566         $640,213          $659,419        $679,202             $699,578           $720,565
Operations                              $0          $84,605          $439,556           $741,580      $747,014         $621,722           $570,396          $399,680        $411,670          $424,021         $436,741         $449,843         $463,339          $477,239        $491,556             $506,303           $521,492
Debt Service                            $0               $0           $93,981           $161,110      $161,110         $161,110           $802,613          $799,802        $725,172          $704,240         $683,415         $662,378         $641,446          $904,465        $877,236             $789,090           $852,747
Transfer to General Fund                                 $0                $0                 $0            $0               $0                 $0          $187,828        $197,219          $207,080         $217,434         $228,306         $239,721          $251,707        $264,293             $277,508           $291,383
Capital                                 $0               $0                $0                 $0            $0               $0                 $0        $1,150,000              $0                $0               $0               $0               $0        $3,115,000              $0           $1,310,000         $1,920,000

Total Expenditures                      $0          $96,893        $1,052,843       $1,471,060       $1,409,802       $1,282,559        $1,909,177        $1,939,563       $1,902,882        $1,921,226       $1,941,052       $1,962,093       $1,984,719       $2,292,830       $2,312,286          $2,272,478         $2,386,187

Revenues over Expenditures                    $    121,064    $      391,776    $       (79,208) $     (11,562) $       189,845    $              0   $      34,811    $       91,758    $       95,134   $      98,494    $      97,848    $      95,821    $      67,061    $      71,203    $        134,845    $        45,208

                                                                                                     Required Rate Adjustment                         $        0.40    $         0.40    $         0.40   $        0.40    $         -      $         -      $        0.80    $         -      $            -      $           -

                                                                                                      Rate Adjustment Revenue                         $     129,274    $     129,274     $      129,274   $     129,274    $         -      $         -      $     258,547    $         -      $            -      $           -

                                                                                                       Revenue over Expenses                          $      34,811    $       91,758    $       95,134   $      98,494    $         -      $         -      $      67,061    $         -      $            -      $           -

                                                                                                                  Tolerance Level: Goal 1%-2%                 1.79%            4.82%              4.95%           5.07%            4.99%            4.83%            2.92%            3.08%               5.93%              1.89%
                                                                                                                  Cash reserves requirement:          $     484,891 $        475,721 $          480,307 $       485,263 $        490,523 $        496,180 $        573,208 $        578,072 $           568,119 $          596,547
                                                                                                                  Debt Service:                              41.24%           38.11%             36.66%          35.21%           33.76%           32.32%           39.45%           37.94%              34.72%             35.74%




                                                                                                                                Stormwater Fund Revenues/Expenditures
                                                                                                                                       Stormwater Fund Revenues                                           Stormwater Fund Expenditures

                                              $3,000,000


                                              $2,500,000


                                              $2,000,000


                                              $1,500,000


                                              $1,000,000


                                               $500,000


                                                       $0
                                                                  FY 06         FY 07        FY 08        FY 09         FY 10           FY 11         FY 12            FY 13            FY 14         FY 15          FY 16           FY 17           FY 18          FY 19           FY 20           FY 21          FY22
                                                                                                        Stormwater Fund
                                                                                                           Revenues
                             Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual        Actual         Budgeted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted
                             FY 06         FY 07         FY 08         FY 09          FY 10         FY 11           FY 12         FY 13         FY 14         FY 15         FY 16         FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21          FY22

Stormwater Fees                       $0   $217,957      $1,440,842    $1,388,543     $1,397,359    $1,471,588     $1,400,000    $1,599,274    $1,744,541    $1,891,260    $2,039,447    $2,059,841    $2,080,440    $2,359,791    $2,383,389    $2,407,223     $2,431,295
  Increase                                                  561.07%         -3.63%         0.63%         5.31%         -4.86%        14.23%         9.08%         8.41%         7.84%         1.00%         1.00%        13.43%         1.00%         1.00%          1.00%
  Avg increase                                                                           186.02%       140.85%        111.70%


Other Revenue                         $0            $0            $0            $45        $632          $800             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0
  Increase


Fund Balance Appropriation            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0            $0           $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0
  Increase


Interest Earned                       $0            $0      $3,777        $3,264           $249              $16        $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100           $100
  Increase
  Avg increase


Transfer from other funds             $0            $0            $0            $0             $0             $0    $509,077      $375,000      $250,000      $125,000            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0



Total Revenue                         $0   $217,957      $1,444,619    $1,391,852     $1,398,240    $1,472,404     $1,909,177    $1,974,374    $1,994,641    $2,016,360    $2,039,547    $2,059,941    $2,080,540    $2,359,891    $2,383,489    $2,407,323     $2,431,395
                                                                                                                                                                         Stormwater Fund
                                                                                                                                                                          Expenditures
                               Actual                 Actual                 Actual                Actual                Actual                Actual                Budgeted        Forecasted     Forecasted        Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted      Forecasted            Forecasted          Forecasted
                               FY 06                  FY 07                  FY 08                 FY 09                 FY 10                 FY 11                  FY 12            FY 13          FY 14             FY 15          FY 16          FY 17          FY 18          FY 19           FY 20                 FY 21               FY 22

Personnel               $               -                $12,288               $519,306             $568,370               $501,678              $499,727               $536,168         $552,253       $568,821          $585,885      $603,462       $621,566       $640,213        $659,419        $679,202              $699,578           $720,565
  Increase                                                                                              9.45%                   -11.73%              -0.39%                7.29%            3.00%          3.00%             3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%           3.00%           3.00%                 3.00%              3.00%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                   -1.14%              -0.89%                1.15%


Operations              $               -                $84,605               $439,556             $741,580               $747,014              $621,722               $570,396         $399,680       $411,670          $424,021      $436,741       $449,843       $463,339        $477,239        $491,556              $506,303           $521,492
  Increase                                                                                              68.71%                   0.73%              -16.77%               -8.26%                           3.00%             3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%           3.00%           3.00%                 3.00%              3.00%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                  34.72%               17.56%               11.10%

Transfer to Gen. Fund   $               -        $             -        $             -        $            -        $            -        $            -        $          -            $187,828       $197,219          $207,080       $217,434       $228,306       $239,721       $251,707        $264,293              $277,508           $291,383
                                                                                                                                                                                                           5.00%             5.00%          5.00%          5.00%          5.00%           5.00%           5.00%                 5.00%              5.00%



Capital                 $               -                          $0                     $0                    $0                    $0                    $0                  $0     $1,150,000                $0            $0        $834,000            $0             $0      $3,155,000                 $0         $1,210,000          $1,920,000

Debt Service            $               -                          $0           $93,981             $161,110               $161,110              $161,110               $802,613         $677,135       $605,572          $587,707       $569,948       $551,978       $534,113       $516,248        $498,396              $249,327 $          110,548
                                                                                                                         Outside
                            Interest Rate            Loan Term                        Project                            Funding               Cost
 FY 12-13                       3.50%                 15 Years          8th St. Culvert                                    No       $          1,150,000                                 $122,667       $119,600          $116,533       $113,467       $110,400       $107,333       $104,267        $101,200               $98,133            $95,067

 FY 13-14

 FY 14-15                      0.00%

 FY 15-16

 FY 16-17

 FY 17-18

 FY 18-19                      4.00%                 20 Years           Cannon Village Phase 1                             No              $    3,155,000                                                                                                                             $283,950        $277,640              $271,330           $265,020

 FY 19-20

 FY 20-21                      3.00%                 10 Years           York & Rose Improvements                           No              $      750,000                                                                                                                                                           $         97,500    $        95,250
                               3.00%                 10 Years           Kingston Drive                                     No              $      560,000                                                                                                                                                           $         72,800    $        71,120
                               3.00%

 FY 21-22                      3.50%                 15 Years           Cannon Village Phase 2                             No              $    1,195,000                                                                                                                                                                               $       121,492
                               3.00%                 10 Years           Cloverleaf Parkway Imp.                            No              $      725,000                                                                                                                                                                               $        94,250

Total Debt                                  $0                     $0           $93,981             $161,110               $161,110            $5,216,110               $802,613         $799,802       $725,172          $704,240       $683,415       $662,378       $641,446       $904,465        $877,236              $789,090           $852,747

Total Expenses                              $0           $96,893             $1,052,843            $1,471,060            $1,409,802            $6,337,559             $1,909,177       $1,939,563     $1,902,882        $1,921,226     $1,941,052     $1,962,093     $1,984,719      $2,292,830      $2,312,286            $2,272,478         $2,386,187
                                                                                                                         Stormwater Fund
                                                                                                                    Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                         Revenue Report
                             Actual               Actual        Actual           Actual           Actual               Actual           Budgeted          Forecasted        Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted
                             FY 06                FY 07         FY 08            FY 09            FY 10                FY 11             FY 12              FY 13             FY 14          FY 15         FY 16         FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21         FY 22

Stormwater Fees                       $0           $217,957    $1,440,842        $1,388,543       $1,397,359        $1,471,588           $1,400,000        $1,599,274         $1,744,541    $1,891,260    $2,039,447    $2,059,841    $2,080,440    $2,359,791    $2,383,389    $2,407,223   $2,431,295
Other Revenue                         $0                 $0            $0               $45            $632              $800                    $0                $0                 $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0           $0
Fund Balance Appropriation            $0                 $0            $0                $0               $0                $0                   $0                $0                 $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0           $0
Interest Earned                       $0                 $0        $3,777            $3,264            $249                $16                $100              $100               $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100          $100         $100
Transfer from other funds             $0                                                                                                   $509,077          $500,000           $500,000      $500,000      $500,000      $500,000      $500,000      $500,000      $500,000      $500,000 $    500,000

      Total                           $0      $     217,957   $ 1,444,619   $     1,391,852   $    1,398,240    $      1,472,404   $      1,909,177   $     2,099,374   $      2,244,641   $ 2,391,360   $ 2,539,547   $ 2,559,941   $ 2,580,540   $ 2,859,891   $ 2,883,489   $ 2,907,323   $ 2,931,395



                              $3,000,000.00




                              $2,500,000.00




                              $2,000,000.00




                              $1,500,000.00




                              $1,000,000.00




                               $500,000.00




                                      $0.00
                                                   FY 06         FY 07          FY 08         FY 09            FY 10            FY 11         FY 12            FY 13          FY 14         FY 15         FY 16         FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21        FY 22


                                                                                                                                Stormwater Fees                                                      Interest Earned
                                                                                                 Stormwater Fund
                                                                                            Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                 Expense Report
                     Actual        Actual     Actual         Actual          Actual            Actual        Budgeted     Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted
                     FY 06         FY 07      FY 08          FY 09           FY 10             FY 11          FY 12         FY 13        FY 14        FY 15        FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20          FY 21         FY 22

Personnel                     $0    $12,288    $519,306       $568,370           $501,678       $499,727      $536,168      $552,253     $568,821     $585,885     $603,462     $621,566     $640,213     $659,419     $679,202       $699,578      $720,565
Operations                    $0    $84,605    $439,556       $741,580           $747,014       $621,722      $570,396      $399,680     $411,670     $424,021     $436,741     $449,843     $463,339     $477,239     $491,556       $506,303       $521,492
Debt Service                  $0         $0     $93,981       $161,110           $161,110       $161,110      $802,613      $799,802     $725,172     $704,240     $683,415     $662,378     $641,446     $904,465     $877,236       $789,090       $852,747
Capital                       $0                     $0             $0                 $0             $0            $0    $1,150,000           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0   $3,115,000           $0     $1,310,000     $1,920,000

Total Expenditures            $0    $96,893   $1,052,843    $1,471,060      $1,409,802         $1,282,559    $1,909,177   $2,901,735   $1,705,663   $1,714,146   $1,723,618   $1,733,787   $1,744,997   $5,156,123    $2,047,994    $3,304,970     $4,014,804


                     $3,500,000



                     $3,000,000



                     $2,500,000



                     $2,000,000



                     $1,500,000



                     $1,000,000



                      $500,000



                              $0
                                    FY 06     FY 07        FY 08         FY 09         FY 10         FY 11        FY 12        FY 13       FY 14       FY 15       FY 16        FY 17       FY 18       FY 19        FY 20         FY 21         FY 22


                                                                         Personnel                          Operations                   Debt Service                      Capital
                                                                                                        Stormwater Fund
                                                                                                   Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                        Personnel Report
              Actual           Actual         Actual            Actual           Actual           Actual        Budgeted      Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted
              FY 06            FY 07          FY 08             FY 09            FY 10            FY 11          FY 12          FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21      FY 22

Personnel              $0       $12,288      $519,306       $568,370             $501,678         $499,727       $536,168      $552,253      $568,821    $585,885   $603,462   $621,566   $640,213   $659,419   $679,202    $699,578     $720,565




            $800,000
            $700,000
            $600,000
            $500,000
            $400,000
            $300,000
            $200,000
            $100,000
                 $0
                            FY 06         FY 07         FY 08            FY 09            FY 10         FY 11         FY 12         FY 13        FY 14      FY 15     FY 16     FY 17      FY 18     FY 19      FY 20      FY 21       FY 22



                                                                                                                                            Personnel
                                                                            Stormwater Fund
                                                                       Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                           Operations Report
             Actual      Actual    Actual     Actual       Actual       Actual      Budgeted     Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted
             FY 06       FY 07     FY 08      FY 09        FY 10        FY 11        FY 12         FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21      FY 22

Operations         $0    $84,605   $439,556   $741,580    $747,014     $621,722       $570,396       $399,680      $411,670     $424,021     $436,741    $449,843   $463,339   $477,239   $491,556   $506,303     $521,492




              $800,000

              $700,000

              $600,000

              $500,000

              $400,000

              $300,000

              $200,000

              $100,000

                   $0
                          FY 06    FY 07      FY 08      FY 09       FY 10        FY 11      FY 12         FY 13        FY 14        FY 15       FY 16      FY 17     FY 18     FY 19     FY 20      FY 21      FY 22
                                                                                        Stormwater Fund
                                                                                   Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                      Debt Service Report
               Actual       Actual        Actual     Actual      Actual       Actual        Budgeted    Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted
               FY 06        FY 07         FY 08      FY 09       FY 10        FY 11          FY 12        FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21       FY22

Debt Service          $0             $0   $93,981   $161,110    $161,110      $161,110       $802,613       $799,802      $725,172     $704,240    $683,415   $662,378   $641,446   $904,465   $877,236    $789,090     $852,747

               $1,000,000
                $900,000
                $800,000
                $700,000
                $600,000
                $500,000
                $400,000
                $300,000
                $200,000
                $100,000
                      $0
                             FY 06        FY 07     FY 08      FY 09       FY 10         FY 11      FY 12         FY 13        FY 14       FY 15      FY 16     FY 17     FY 18      FY 19     FY 20      FY 21       FY22


                                                                                                                       Debt Service
                                                                    Stormwater Fund
                                                               Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                     Capital Report
          Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual       Budgeted       Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted
          FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11              FY 12           FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21      FY 22

Capital      $0     $0     $0       $0       $0     $0              $0   $1,150,000           $0        $0          $0           $0           $0   $3,115,000       $0   $1,310,000   $1,920,000

            $10
             $9
             $8
             $7
             $6
             $5
             $4
             $3
             $2
             $1
             $0
                  FY 06     FY 07        FY 08    FY 09     FY 10        FY 11        FY 12   FY 13    FY 14    FY 15    FY 16        FY 17    FY 18     FY 19   FY 20     FY 21      FY 22


                                                                                                      Capital
                                                                                           Stormwater Fund
                                                                                      Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                            General Report
           Actual             Actual      Actual       Actual       Actual       Actual       Budgeted      Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted       Forecasted      Forecasted
           FY 06              FY 07       FY 08        FY 09        FY 10        FY 11         FY 12          FY 13         FY 14         FY 15          FY 16         FY 17          FY 18          FY 19          FY 20            FY 21           FY 22

Revenues                 $0    $217,957   $1,444,619   $1,391,852   $1,398,240   $1,472,404    $1,909,177    $1,974,374    $1,994,641     $2,016,360    $2,039,547     $2,059,941     $2,080,540     $2,359,891     $2,383,489        $2,407,323      $2,431,395
Expenses                 $0     $96,893   $1,052,843   $1,471,060   $1,409,802   $1,282,559    $1,909,177    $1,939,563    $1,902,882     $1,921,226    $1,941,052     $1,962,093     $1,984,719     $2,292,830     $2,312,286        $2,272,478      $2,386,187


                                                                                                         Stormwater Fund Revenues                                                                                              Revenues

           $3,000,000


           $2,500,000


           $2,000,000


           $1,500,000


           $1,000,000


             $500,000


                    $0




                                                                                                         Stormwater Fund Expenditures                                                                                           Series1

           $3,000,000


           $2,500,000


           $2,000,000


           $1,500,000


           $1,000,000


            $500,000


                    $0




                                                                                                Stormwater Fund Revenues vs Expenditures                                                                               Revenues            Expenses

           $3,000,000


           $2,500,000


           $2,000,000


           $1,500,000


           $1,000,000


             $500,000


                    $0
                                                                                                                                       Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                                                           Summary
                                   Actual       Actual        Actual         Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual          Actual      Budgeted      Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted           Forecasted    Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted
Water & Sewer Fund Revenues        FY 02        FY 03         FY 04          FY 05          FY 06         FY 07         FY 08         FY 09          FY 10           FY 11        FY 12          FY 13            FY 14            FY 15            FY 16            FY 17            FY 18                FY 19         FY 20             FY 21             FY 22

Retail Water & Sewer Charges      $6,868,636   $7,640,465     $8,424,020     $9,164,798     $9,876,812   $10,986,493   $11,574,748   $10,624,565    $10,877,371    $12,034,302   $11,824,036   $12,178,757      $13,313,625      $13,446,761      $14,360,521      $14,504,126      $14,649,167          $14,795,659       $14,943,615       $15,385,285   $15,539,138
Wholesale Water Sales                     $0           $0       $117,116      $102,397       $223,133      $410,445     $1,064,720     $432,425       $304,728       $351,102      $350,000      $353,500         $357,035         $360,605         $364,211         $367,854         $371,532             $375,247          $379,000          $382,790      $386,618
Tap Fees & Connections              $328,170     $285,675       $550,210      $573,666        $783,480    $1,726,988    $1,041,319     $690,760       $599,283       $444,567       $400,000      $404,000        $408,040         $412,120         $416,242         $420,404          $424,608            $428,854          $433,143          $437,474      $441,849
Interest on Investments             $166,010     $191,193       $170,856      $246,312        $189,993      $258,821      $248,242     $205,208       $138,225       $142,803         $4,000        $4,040           $4,080           $4,121           $4,162           $4,204           $4,246               $4,289            $4,331            $4,375        $4,418
Other                               $294,466     $251,987       $271,381      $359,209       $271,525      $329,636      $322,143      $302,373       $364,897       $304,660      $509,323      $514,416         $519,560          $524,756         $530,004         $535,304         $540,657            $546,063          $551,524          $557,039       $562,609
Transfers                                 $0           $0             $0             $0             $0            $0            $0            $0             $0             $0            $0            $0               $0               $0               $0               $0               $0                   $0                $0                $0            $0

Total Revenues                    $7,657,282   $8,369,320     $9,533,583    $10,446,382    $11,344,943   $13,712,383   $14,251,172   $12,255,331    $12,284,504    $13,277,434   $13,087,359   $13,454,713      $14,602,340      $14,748,364      $15,675,139      $15,831,891      $15,990,210          $16,150,112       $16,311,613       $16,766,963   $16,934,633

                                   Actual       Actual        Actual         Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual          Actual      Budgeted      Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted       Forecasted           Forecasted    Forecasted        Forecasted        Forecasted
Water & Sewer Fund Expenditures    FY 02        FY 03         FY 04          FY 05          FY 06         FY 07         FY 08         FY 09          FY 10           FY 11        FY 12          FY 13            FY 14            FY 15            FY 16            FY 17            FY 18                FY 19         FY 20             FY 21             FY 22

Personnel                         $1,339,061   $1,485,171     $1,671,605     $2,017,874     $2,014,176    $1,906,001    $2,041,412    $2,224,062     $1,934,499     $1,938,613    $1,990,990       $2,050,720       $2,112,241       $2,175,609       $2,240,877       $2,308,103       $2,377,346        $2,448,667        $2,522,127        $2,597,790       $2,675,724
Operations                        $3,279,619   $4,245,703     $4,278,571     $4,425,308     $4,444,557    $5,299,589    $6,152,384    $5,415,862     $5,331,717     $5,088,583    $5,017,206       $5,317,722       $5,973,654       $6,152,863       $6,337,449       $6,527,573       $6,099,250        $6,282,228        $6,470,694        $6,664,815       $6,864,760
Transfer to Other Funds                   $0           $0             $0             $0             $0            $0            $0            $0             $0      $224,910     $2,004,463       $2,025,000       $1,900,000       $1,827,500       $1,707,625       $1,615,506       $1,626,282        $1,540,096        $1,607,100        $1,527,455       $1,576,328
Debt Service                      $2,890,976   $3,282,869     $4,438,296     $4,621,538     $4,728,799    $4,758,973    $4,549,658    $4,701,800     $4,724,022     $5,705,317    $4,074,700       $3,691,527       $4,416,248       $4,409,819       $5,124,186       $5,259,315       $5,152,321        $4,953,282        $5,082,635        $5,600,285       $5,676,825
Capital                                   $0           $0             $0             $0             $0            $0            $0            $0             $0         $7,543            $0

Total Expenditures                $7,509,656   $9,013,743    $10,388,472    $11,064,720    $11,187,532   $11,964,563   $12,743,454   $12,341,724    $11,990,238    $12,964,966   $13,087,359   $13,084,969      $14,402,143      $14,565,791      $15,410,137      $15,710,497      $15,255,199          $15,224,272       $15,682,556       $16,390,346   $16,793,637

Revenue over Expenses              $147,626     ($644,423)     ($854,889)     ($618,338)     $157,411     $1,747,820    $1,507,718      ($86,393)      $294,266       $312,468           $0         $369,744         $200,197         $182,573         $265,002         $121,394         $735,011           $925,840         $629,057          $376,618         $140,996

                                                                                                                                                    Required Rate Adjustment                   $          -     $         0.52   $          -     $         0.40   $          -     $          -     $           -     $           -     $          0.15   $          -

                                                                                                                                                    Rate Adjustment Revenue                    $          -     $ 1,013,080      $          -     $     779,292    $          -     $          -     $           -     $           -     $      292,234    $          -

                                                                                                                                                     Revenue over Expenses                     $     369,744    $     200,197    $     182,573    $     265,002    $          -     $          -     $           -     $           -     $      434,633    $          -

                                                                                                                                                                  Tolerance Level: Goal 1%-2%       2.83%       1.39%       1.25%       1.72%       0.77%       4.82%                                          6.08%             4.01%             2.30%       0.84%
                                                                                                                                                                   Cash reserves requirement: $ 3,271,242 $ 3,600,536 $ 3,641,448 $ 3,852,534 $ 3,927,624 $ 3,813,800 $                                    3,806,068 $       3,920,639 $       4,097,586 $ 4,198,409
                                                                                                                                                                  Debt Service:                    28.21%      30.66%      30.28%      33.25%      33.48%      33.77%                                         32.54%            32.41%            34.17%      33.80%




                                                                                                                                     Water & Sewer Fund Revenues/Expenditures
                                                                                                                                         Water & Sewer Fund Revenues                                    Water & Sewer Fund Expenditures
                                       $18,000,000

                                       $16,000,000

                                       $14,000,000

                                       $12,000,000

                                       $10,000,000

                                        $8,000,000

                                        $6,000,000

                                        $4,000,000

                                        $2,000,000
                                                                                                                                             Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                                                                 Revenues
                                Actual       Actual        Actual         Actual          Actual         Actual         Actual          Actual          Actual          Actual        Budgeted       Forecasted    Forecasted      Forecasted    Forecasted      Forecasted      Forecasted      Forecasted      Forecasted      Forecasted      Forecasted
                                FY 02        FY 03         FY 04          FY 05           FY 06          FY 07          FY 08           FY 09           FY 10           FY 11          FY 12           FY 13         FY 14           FY 15         FY 16           FY 17           FY 18           FY 19           FY 20           FY 21           FY 22

Retail Water & Sewer Charges   $6,868,636   $7,640,465    $8,424,020      $9,164,798     $9,876,812     $10,986,493    $11,574,748    $10,624,565     $10,877,371     $12,034,302     $11,824,036    $12,178,757   $13,313,625     $13,446,761   $14,360,521     $14,504,126     $14,649,167     $14,795,659     $14,943,615     $15,385,285     $15,539,138
  Increase                                       11.24%        10.26%           8.79%          7.77%          11.24%          5.35%         -8.21%           2.38%          10.64%          -1.75%            3%             9%             1%             7%              1%              1%              1%              1%              3%              1%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                9.11%          6.63%           6.10%           6.61%           5.77%


Wholesale Water Sales                 $0           $0      $117,116        $102,397       $223,133        $410,445      $1,064,720      $432,425        $304,728        $351,102        $350,000       $353,500      $357,035        $360,605      $364,211        $367,854        $371,532        $375,247        $379,000        $382,790         $386,618
  Increase                                                                    -12.57%        117.91%          83.95%        159.41%        -59.39%         -29.53%          15.22%          -0.31%            1%             1%             1%             1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%
  Avg increase                                                                                                               87.17%         57.86%          43.30%          39.29%          34.34%


Tap Fees & Connections          $328,170     $285,675      $550,210        $573,666       $783,480       $1,726,988     $1,041,319      $690,760        $599,283        $444,567        $400,000       $404,000      $408,040        $412,120      $416,242        $420,404        $424,608        $428,854        $433,143        $437,474         $441,849
  Increase                                      -12.95%        92.60%           4.26%         36.57%         120.43%        -39.70%        -33.66%         -13.24%         -25.82%         -10.02%            1%             1%             1%             1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%
  Avg increase                                                                                                               33.54%         23.94%          19.29%          14.28%          11.85%


Interest on Investments         $166,010     $191,193      $170,856        $246,312       $189,993        $258,821       $248,242       $205,208        $138,225        $142,803          $4,000         $4,040         $4,080         $4,121         $4,162          $4,204          $4,246          $4,289          $4,331          $4,375          $4,418
   Increase                                      15.17%       -10.64%          44.16%        -22.86%          36.23%         -4.09%        -17.34%         -32.64%           3.31%         -97.20%            1%             1%             1%             1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%
   Avg increase                                                                                                               9.66%          5.80%           1.00%           1.26%          -8.59%                    $2,025,000                    $1,827,500      $1,707,625      $1,615,506      $1,626,282      $1,540,096      $1,607,100      $1,527,455


Other                           $294,466     $251,987      $271,381        $359,209       $271,525        $329,636       $322,143       $302,373        $364,897        $304,660        $509,323       $514,416      $519,560        $524,756      $530,004        $535,304        $540,657        $546,063        $551,524        $557,039         $562,609
  Increase                                      -14.43%         7.70%          32.36%        -24.41%          21.40%         -2.27%         -6.14%          20.68%         -16.51%          67.18%            1%             1%             1%             1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%              1%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                3.39%          2.03%           4.36%           2.04%           8.56%


Transfers                             $0           $0               $0             $0              $0             $0             $0              $0              $0              $0           $0             $0             $0             $0             $0              $0              $0              $0              $0              $0              $1


Total Revenue                  $7,657,282   $8,369,320    $9,533,583     $10,446,382    $11,344,943     $13,712,383    $14,251,172    $12,255,331     $12,284,504     $13,277,434     $13,087,359    $13,454,713   $14,602,340     $14,748,364   $15,675,139     $15,831,891     $15,990,210     $16,150,112     $16,311,613     $16,766,963     $16,934,633
                                                                                                                                                                                Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                  Expenditures
                         Actual         Actual         Actual         Actual           Actual            Actual         Actual           Actual            Actual                Actual           Budgeted        Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted     Forecasted      Forecasted         Forecasted         Forecasted          Forecasted
                         FY 02          FY 03          FY 04          FY 05            FY 06             FY 07          FY 08            FY 09             FY 10                 FY 11             FY 12            FY 13          FY 14          FY 15          FY 16          FY 17          FY 18           FY 19              FY 20              FY 21               FY 22

Personnel               $1,339,061     $1,485,171     $1,671,605     $2,017,874       $2,014,176        $1,906,001     $2,041,412       $2,224,062         $1,934,499            $1,938,613        $1,990,990      $2,050,720      $2,112,241     $2,175,609     $2,240,877     $2,308,103     $2,377,346      $2,448,667         $2,522,127          $2,597,790          $2,675,724
  Increase                                  10.91%         12.55%          20.71%          -0.18%             -5.37%            7.10%         8.95%             -13.02%                   0.21%          2.70%           3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%           3.00%              3.00%               3.00%               3.00%
  Avg increase                                                                                                                  7.62%         7.81%                 5.21%                 4.65%          4.46%


Operations              $3,279,619     $4,245,703     $4,278,571     $4,425,308       $4,444,557        $5,299,589     $6,152,384       $5,415,862         $5,331,717            $5,088,583        $5,017,206      $5,317,722      $5,973,654     $6,152,863     $6,337,449     $6,527,573     $6,099,250      $6,282,228         $6,470,694          $6,664,815          $6,864,760
  Increase                                  29.46%          0.77%           3.43%           0.43%             19.24%        16.09%          -11.97%              -1.55%               -4.56%            -1.40%           3.00%         12.61%          3.00%          3.00%          3.00%          -6.82%          3.00%              3.00%               3.00%               3.00%
  Avg increase                                                                                                              11.57%            8.21%                 6.99%                 5.70%          4.99%


Transfers                         $0             $0             $0               $0              $0               $0              $0              $0                  $0           $224,910         $2,004,463      $2,025,000     $1,900,000     $1,827,500     $1,707,625     $1,615,506     $1,626,282      $1,540,096         $1,607,100          $1,527,455          $1,576,328
to other Funds


Capital                           $0             $0             $0               $0              $0               $0             $0               $0                 $0              $7,543                  $0    $6,500,000

Debt Service            $2,890,976     $3,282,869      $4,438,296     $4,621,538       $4,728,799        $4,758,973     $4,549,658       $4,701,800          $4,724,022          $5,705,317         $4,074,700      $2,459,680     $2,423,606     $2,327,479     $2,319,298     $2,231,225     $2,222,327      $1,744,075         $1,732,764          $1,728,764          $1,783,161
                                                                                                                                                           Outside
                                                                      Interest        Loan Term                            Project                         Funding               Cost
             FY 12-13                                                  3.50%            15 Yrs.       Albemarle Water Interconnect                     $    10,800,000 $         6,500,000                            $660,833       $645,667       $630,500       $615,333       $600,167       $585,000        $569,833           $554,667            $539,500            $524,333
                                                                       0.00%             Cash         W-3 Dump Truck Replacement                                        $          101,900                            $101,900
                                                                       0.00%             Cash         Polo Street Lift Station                                          $          185,000                            $185,000
                                                                       0.00%             Cash         Storage Area for Pipe & Fittings                                  $          138,000                            $138,000
                                                                       0.00%             Cash         I-85 Utility Relocations                                          $          146,114                            $146,114
             FY 13-14                                                  3.50%            15 Yrs.       Shiloh Church Road Extension                                      $        3,825,000                                           $388,875       $379,950       $371,025       $362,100       $353,175        $344,250           $335,325            $326,400            $317,475
                                                                       3.00%            10 Yrs.       D.E. Blvd. / Centergrove Rd. Water Main                           $          960,000                                           $124,800       $121,920       $119,040       $116,160       $113,280        $110,400           $107,520            $104,640            $101,760
                                                                       3.00%            10 Yrs.       Irish Buffalo Creek Sewer                                         $          910,000                                           $118,300       $115,570       $112,840       $110,110       $107,380        $104,650           $101,920             $99,190             $96,460
                                                                       3.00%            10 Yrs.       Water Meter Replacement                                           $        5,000,000                                           $650,000       $635,000       $620,000       $605,000       $590,000        $575,000           $560,000            $545,000            $530,000
                                                                       3.00%            10 Yrs.       Kannapolis Lake Dam Toe Drain                                     $          500,000                                            $65,000        $63,500        $62,000        $60,500        $59,000         $57,500            $56,000             $54,500             $53,000

             FY 14-15
                                                                      0.00%             Cash          W-4 Dump Truck Replacement                                            $       101,900                                                         $101,900

             FY 15-16                                                 3.00%            10 Yrs.        1st Street Outfall Sewer                                              $     1,610,000                                                                        $209,300       $204,470       $199,640        $194,810           $189,980            $185,150            $180,320
                                                                      3.00%            10 Yrs.        Rogers Lake Branch Sewer                                              $     1,396,000                                                                        $181,480       $139,600       $173,104        $168,916           $164,728            $160,540            $156,352
                                                                      3.00%            10 Yrs.        Summit Ridge Sewer                                                    $     1,270,000                                                                        $165,100       $161,290       $157,480        $153,670           $149,860            $146,050            $142,240
                                                                      3.50%            15 Yrs.        30" WTP Water Main                                                    $     2,761,668                                                                        $280,770       $274,326       $267,882        $261,438           $254,994            $248,550            $242,106
                                                                      0.00%             Cash          W-6 Dump Truck Replacement                                            $       102,000                                                          $34,000        $68,000
             FY 16-17                                                 3.50%            15 Yrs.        Mooresville Road Watermain                                            $     1,420,000                                                                                       $144,367       $141,053        $137,740           $134,427            $131,113            $127,800
                                                                      3.00%            10 Yrs.        Moose Rd. Water Main                                                  $       250,000                                                                                       $250,000


             FY 17-18                                                 0.00%             Cash          Brantley Rd. Water Main                                               $       183,000                                                                                                      $183,000

             FY 18-19                                                 3.50%            15 Yrs.        Eastside Elevated Water Tank & Main                                   $     2,430,000                                                                                                                      $247,050           $241,380            $235,710            $230,040
                                                                      4.00%            20 Yrs.        Cannon Village Phase 1                                                $     3,155,000                                                                                                                      $283,950           $277,640            $271,330            $265,020

             FY 19-20                                                 3.50%            15 Yrs.        Sewer Rehab (Project CW3-a)                                           $     2,178,000                                                                                                                                 $       221,430    $        216,348    $        211,266

             FY 20-21                                                 4.00%            20 Yrs.        Sewer Rehab (Project CW-1)                                            $     6,750,000                                                                                                                                                    $        607,500    $        594,000

             FY 21-22                                                 3.50%            15 Yrs.        Cannon Village Phase 2                                                $     1,195,000                                                                                                                                                                                 $121,492


      Total Debt        $2,890,976     $3,282,869      $4,438,296     $4,621,538       $4,728,799        $4,758,973     $4,549,658       $4,701,800        $15,524,022          $47,578,899         $4,074,700      $3,691,527     $4,416,248     $4,409,819     $5,124,186     $5,259,315     $5,152,321      $4,953,282         $5,082,635          $5,600,285          $5,676,825

Total Expenses          $7,509,656     $9,013,743     $10,388,472    $11,064,720      $11,187,532      $11,964,563     $12,743,454      $12,341,724        $22,790,238          $12,964,966        $13,087,359     $13,084,969    $14,402,143    $14,565,791    $15,410,137    $15,710,497    $15,255,199     $15,224,272        $15,682,556         $16,390,346         $16,793,637
                                                                                                                                   Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                                                Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                                    Revenues Report
                                Actual        Actual           Actual            Actual             Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual      Budgeted       Forecasted      Forecasted    Forecasted      Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted
                                FY 02         FY 03            FY 04             FY 05              FY 06          FY 07         FY 08         FY 09         FY 10         FY 11        FY 12           FY 13           FY 14         FY 15           FY 16          FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21         FY 22

Retail Water & Sewer Charges   $6,868,636   $7,640,465     $8,424,020           $9,164,798         $9,876,812    $10,986,493   $11,574,748   $10,624,565   $10,877,371   $12,034,302   $11,824,036    $12,178,757     $13,313,625   $13,446,761     $14,360,521    $14,504,126   $14,649,167   $14,795,659   $14,943,615   $15,385,285   $15,539,138
Wholesale Water Sales                  $0           $0       $117,116             $102,397           $223,133       $410,445    $1,064,720      $432,425      $304,728      $351,102      $350,000       $353,500        $357,035      $360,605        $364,211       $367,854      $371,532      $375,247      $379,000      $382,790      $386,618
Tap Fees & Connections           $328,170     $285,675       $550,210             $573,666           $783,480     $1,726,988    $1,041,319      $690,760      $599,283      $444,567      $400,000       $404,000        $408,040      $412,120        $416,242       $420,404      $424,608      $428,854      $433,143      $437,474      $441,849
Interest on Investments          $166,010     $191,193       $170,856             $246,312           $189,993       $258,821      $248,242      $205,208      $138,225      $142,803        $4,000         $4,040          $4,080        $4,121          $4,162         $4,204        $4,246        $4,289        $4,331        $4,375        $4,418
Other                            $294,466     $251,987       $271,381             $359,209           $271,525       $329,636      $322,143      $302,373      $364,897      $304,660      $509,323       $514,416        $519,560      $524,756        $530,004       $535,304      $540,657      $546,063      $551,524      $557,039      $562,609
Transfers                              $0           $0             $0                   $0                 $0             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0             $0              $0            $0              $0             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0

        Total                  $7,657,282   $8,369,320     $9,533,583       $10,446,382           $11,344,943    $13,712,383   $14,251,172   $12,255,331   $12,284,504   $13,277,434   $13,087,359    $13,454,713     $14,602,340   $14,748,364     $15,675,139    $15,831,891   $15,990,210   $16,150,112   $16,311,613   $16,766,963   $16,934,633



                                   $18,000,000.00



                                   $16,000,000.00



                                   $14,000,000.00



                                   $12,000,000.00



                                   $10,000,000.00



                                    $8,000,000.00



                                    $6,000,000.00



                                    $4,000,000.00



                                    $2,000,000.00



                                            $0.00
                                                       FY 02            FY 03             FY 04          FY 05         FY 06       FY 07        FY 08        FY 09        FY 10        FY 11         FY 12         FY 13       FY 14        FY 15          FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22


                                                                                      Retail Water & Sewer Charges                              Wholesale Water Sales                     Tap Fees & Connections                       Interest on Investments                       Other                Transfers




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                                                                                                                               Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                                            Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                                                 Expenses Report
                      Actual           Actual          Actual           Actual             Actual         Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual        Actual      Budgeted       Forecasted      Forecasted    Forecasted        Forecasted     Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted     Forecasted
                      FY 02            FY 03           FY 04            FY 05              FY 06          FY 07         FY 08         FY 09         FY 10         FY 11        FY 12           FY 13           FY 14         FY 15             FY 16          FY 17         FY 18         FY 19         FY 20         FY 21          FY 22

Personnel            $1,339,061       $1,485,171      $1,671,605    $2,017,874            $2,014,176     $1,906,001    $2,041,412    $2,224,062    $1,934,499    $1,938,613    $1,990,990     $2,050,720      $2,112,241      $2,175,609      $2,240,877     $2,308,103    $2,377,346    $2,448,667    $2,522,127    $2,597,790      $2,675,724
Operations           $3,279,619       $4,245,703      $4,278,571    $4,425,308            $4,444,557     $5,299,589    $6,152,384    $5,415,862    $5,331,717    $5,088,583    $5,017,206     $5,317,722      $5,973,654      $6,152,863      $6,337,449     $6,527,573    $6,099,250    $6,282,228    $6,470,694    $6,664,815      $6,864,760
Debt Service         $2,890,976       $3,282,869      $4,438,296    $4,621,538            $4,728,799     $4,758,973    $4,549,658    $4,701,800    $4,724,022    $5,705,317    $4,074,700     $3,691,527      $4,416,248      $4,409,819      $5,124,186     $5,259,315    $5,152,321    $4,953,282    $5,082,635    $5,600,285      $5,676,825
Capital                      $0               $0              $0            $0                    $0             $0            $0            $0            $0        $7,543            $0             $0              $0              $0              $0             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0              $0
                                                                                                                                                                   $224,910
Total Expenditures   $7,509,656       $9,013,743     $10,388,472   $11,064,720           $11,187,532    $11,964,563   $12,743,454   $12,341,724   $11,990,238   $12,964,966   $11,082,896    $11,059,969     $12,502,143   $12,738,291       $13,702,512    $14,094,991   $13,628,917   $13,684,176   $14,075,456   $14,862,891     $15,217,309




                                  $8,000,000




                                  $7,000,000




                                  $6,000,000




                                  $5,000,000




                                  $4,000,000




                                  $3,000,000




                                  $2,000,000




                                  $1,000,000




                                         $0
                                                   FY 02        FY 03            FY 04          FY 05         FY 06        FY 07       FY 08        FY 09        FY 10        FY 11         FY 12         FY 13       FY 14          FY 15          FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19       FY 20        FY 21         FY 22


                                                                                                                          Personnel                              Operations                                 Debt Service                                    Capital




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                                                                                                             Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                         Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                             Personnel Report
             Actual         Actual       Actual       Actual       Actual       Actual        Actual       Actual          Actual             Actual       Budgeted        Forecasted      Forecasted    Forecasted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted
             FY 02          FY 03        FY 04        FY 05        FY 06        FY 07         FY 08        FY 09           FY 10              FY 11         FY 12            FY 13           FY 14         FY 15         FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20        FY 21        FY 22

Personnel   $1,339,061     $1,485,171   $1,671,605   $2,017,874   $2,014,176   $1,906,001   $2,041,412    $2,224,062     $1,934,499      $1,938,613        $1,990,990       $2,050,720     $2,112,241    $2,175,609    $2,240,877   $2,308,103   $2,377,346   $2,448,667   $2,522,127   $2,597,790   $2,675,724




                                                                                                                                                         Personnel
              $3,000,000

              $2,500,000

              $2,000,000

              $1,500,000

              $1,000,000

               $500,000

                      $0
                             FY 02       FY 03       FY 04        FY 05        FY 06        FY 07        FY 08         FY 09          FY 10            FY 11       FY 12           FY 13         FY 14         FY 15        FY 16       FY 17        FY 18       FY 19        FY 20       FY 21       FY 22


                                                                                                                                                               Personnel
                                                                                          Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                       Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                           Operations Report
             Actual       Actual   Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual      Actual     Actual    Budgeted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted           Forecasted    Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted
             FY 02        FY 03    FY 04      FY 05      FY 06      FY 07      FY 08      FY 09       FY 10      FY 11      FY 12     FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18                FY 19         FY 20        FY 21        FY 22

Operations $3,279,619 $4,245,703 $4,278,571 $4,425,308 $4,444,557 $5,299,589 $6,152,384 $5,415,862 $5,331,717 $5,088,583 $5,017,206 $5,317,722 $5,973,654 $6,152,863 $6,337,449 $6,527,573       $6,099,250     $6,282,228    $6,470,694   $6,664,815   $6,864,760


                                                                                                                          Operations
             $8,000,000
             $7,000,000
             $6,000,000
             $5,000,000
             $4,000,000
             $3,000,000
             $2,000,000
             $1,000,000
                    $0
                           FY 02    FY 03      FY 04     FY 05      FY 06      FY 07     FY 08      FY 09      FY 10      FY 11        FY 12   FY 13     FY 14     FY 15      FY 16      FY 17          FY 18         FY 19        FY 20      FY 21       FY 22



                                                                                                                                  Operations
                                                                                            Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                         Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                            Debt Service Report
                 Actual      Actual    Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual     Actual      Actual       Actual     Budgeted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted   Forecasted
                 FY 02       FY 03     FY 04      FY 05      FY 06      FY 07      FY 08      FY 09       FY 10        FY 11       FY 12     FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21        FY 22

Debt Service   $2,890,976 $3,282,869 $4,438,296 $4,621,538 $4,728,799 $4,758,973 $4,549,658 $4,701,800 $4,724,022 $5,705,317 $4,074,700 $3,691,527 $4,416,248 $4,409,819 $5,124,186 $5,259,315 $5,152,321 $4,953,282 $5,082,635 $5,600,285      $5,676,825


                                                                                                                                Debt Service
                $6,000,000

                $5,000,000

                $4,000,000

                $3,000,000

                $2,000,000

                $1,000,000

                       $0
                              FY 02    FY 03      FY 04     FY 05      FY 06     FY 07      FY 08      FY 09       FY 10        FY 11     FY 12     FY 13     FY 14      FY 15     FY 16     FY 17      FY 18     FY 19     FY 20      FY 21      FY 22


                                                                                                                                   Debt Service
                                                                                                         Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                                     Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                                           Capital Report
           Actual           Actual           Actual       Actual       Actual      Actual      Actual     Actual    Actual     Actual     Budgeted       Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted Forecasted                     Forecasted
           FY 02            FY 03            FY 04        FY 05        FY 06       FY 07       FY 08      FY 09     FY 10      FY 11       FY 12           FY 13      FY 14      FY 15      FY 16      FY 17      FY 18      FY 19      FY 20      FY 21                          FY 22

Capital         $0               $0               $0           $0           $0           $0          $0        $0         $0    $7,543              $0             $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0       $0               $0


                                                                                                                                         Capital
          $10
          $9
          $8
          $7
          $6
          $5
          $4
          $3
          $2
          $1
          $0
                    FY 02            FY 03        FY 04        FY 05       FY 06       FY 07      FY 08     FY 09     FY 10     FY 11       FY 12          FY 13        FY 14        FY 15        FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20    FY 21    FY 22
                                                                                           Water & Sewer Fund
                                                                                        Ten Year Financial Forecast
                                                                                             General Report
           Actual        Actual     Actual      Actual      Actual       Actual      Actual      Actual      Actual        Actual      Budgeted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted   Forecasted    Forecasted      Forecasted
           FY 02         FY 03      FY 04       FY 05       FY 06        FY 07       FY 08       FY 09       FY 10         FY 11        FY 12       FY 13        FY 14        FY 15        FY 16        FY 17        FY 18        FY 19        FY 20         FY 21           FY 22

Revenues   $7,657,282   $8,369,320 $9,533,583 $10,446,382 $11,344,943 $13,712,383 $14,251,172 $12,255,331 $12,284,504 $13,277,434 $13,087,359 $13,454,713 $14,602,340 $14,748,364 $15,675,139 $15,831,891 $15,990,210 $16,150,112 $16,311,613 $16,766,963                  $16,934,633
Expenses   $7,509,656   $9,013,743 $10,388,472 $11,064,720 $11,187,532 $11,964,563 $12,743,454 $12,341,724 $11,990,238 $12,964,966 $13,087,359 $13,084,969 $14,402,143 $14,565,791 $15,410,137 $15,710,497 $15,255,199 $15,224,272 $15,682,556 $16,390,346                 $16,793,637


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Revenues
                                                                                                             Water & Sewer Fund Revenues
                $18,000,000
                $16,000,000
                $14,000,000
                $12,000,000
                $10,000,000
                 $8,000,000
                 $6,000,000
                 $4,000,000
                 $2,000,000
                             $0




                                                                                                            Water & Sewer Fund Expenditures                                                                                                                    Series1
                $18,000,000
                $16,000,000
                $14,000,000
                $12,000,000
                $10,000,000
                 $8,000,000
                 $6,000,000
                 $4,000,000
                 $2,000,000
                         $0




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Revenues      Expenses
                                                                                                    Water & Sewer Fund Revenues vs Expenditures
              $18,000,000
              $16,000,000
              $14,000,000
              $12,000,000
              $10,000,000
               $8,000,000
               $6,000,000
               $4,000,000
               $2,000,000
                        $0
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                    Mayor and City Council
FROM:                  Finance Director
                       Motion to approve City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies (Eric Davis, Finance
SUBJECT:
                       Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to approve City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting

C. Background
During the City Council financial retreat earlier in the spring, Staff presented to City Council five
separate fiscal policies. Those are:
1. Budget Development Policy
2. Capital Improvement Budget Policy
3. Debt Policy
4. Reserve Policy
5. Investment Policy

Combined, these five policies provide guidance to the Staff in developing future budgets and Capital
Improvement plans, as well as providing parameters for conducting the financial business of the City.
The result of the approval of these policies will be improved financial management and an improved
financial position of the City of Kannapolis.

D. Fiscal Considerations
The approval of these policies will ultimately improve the financial standing of the City of Kannapolis.

E. Policy Issues
The approval of these policies will provide guidance and structure to our future financial decisions.

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Motion to adopt the City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies
2. Do not adopt the City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies


H. Issue Reviewed By
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

ATTACHMENTS:
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   Kannapolis_Fiscal_Policies[1].pdf                     City of Kannapolis Fiscal Policies
      Fiscal Policy Guidelines
                   For:




City of Kannapolis, orth Carolina


       Adopted: ____________________
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                             TABLE OF CO TE TS




                                                   Tab

             Objectives                            A



             Budget Development Policies           B



             Capital Improvement Budget Policies   C



             Debt Policies                         D



             Reserve Policies                      E



             Investment Policy                      F




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Section Contents
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Objectives
Budget Development Policies
Capital Improvement Budget Policies
Debt Policies
Reserve Policies
Cash Management and Investment Policy
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FISCAL POLICY GUIDELI ES - OBJECTIVES

This fiscal policy is a statement of the guidelines and goals that will influence and guide
the financial management practice of the City of Kannapolis, North Carolina. A fiscal
policy that is adopted, adhered to, and regularly reviewed is recognized as the
cornerstone of sound financial management. Effective fiscal policy:

       •       Contributes significantly to the City's ability to insulate itself from fiscal
               crisis

       •       Enhances short term and long term financial credit ability by helping to
               achieve the highest credit and bond ratings possible,

       •       Promotes long-term financial stability by establishing clear and consistent
               guidelines,

       •       Directs attention to the total financial picture of the City rather than single
               issue areas,

       •       Promotes the view of linking long-run financial planning with day to day
               operations, and

       •       Provides the City Council, citizens and the City’s professional
               management a framework for measuring the fiscal impact of government
               services against established fiscal parameters and guidelines.


To these ends, the following fiscal policy statements are presented.

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      BUDGET DEVELOPME T POLICIES

             1. The City will develop the Annual Budget in conjunction with a stated
                program of performance objectives and measures with which to gauge
                progress toward meeting those objectives.

             2. Water and sewer rates, storm water fees, and solid waste fees will be
                established at the appropriate level to enable the related funds to be
                self-supporting. In addition, water and sewer rates will be established
                to maintain compliance with revenue bond covenants.

             3. One-time or other special revenues will not be used to finance
                continuing City operations but instead will be used for funding special
                projects.

             4. The City will pursue an aggressive policy seeking the collection of
                delinquent utility, license, permit and other fees due to the City.




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      CAPITAL IMPROVEME T BUDGET POLICIES

             1. The City will prioritize all capital improvements in accordance with an
                adopted capital improvement program.

             2. The City will develop a ten-year plan for capital improvements and
                review the plan annually. Changes to the ten-year plan will occur in
                every even year. The City utilizes a weighted ranking system based on
                seven criteria used to recommend projects to the capital improvement
                program. Additional projects can be added to the CIP without ranking,
                but funding for projects added in this manner are subjected to normal
                operating budget constraints. The seven criteria groups are:
                    1)     Mandate and Urgent Issues
                    2)     Public Health, Safety and Welfare
                    3)     Financial Stewardship
                    4)     Community Vitality and Environmental Stewardship
                    5)     Economic Growth and Prosperity
                    6)     Government Effectiveness and Operations Effectiveness
                    7)     Asset Preservation

             3. The City will enact an annual capital budget based on the ten-year
                capital improvement plan. Future capital expenditures necessitated by
                changes in population, changes in real estate development, or changes
                in economic base will be calculated and included in capital budget
                projections.

             4. The City will coordinate development of the capital improvement
                budget with development of the operating budget. Future operating
                costs associated with new capital improvements will be projected and
                included in operating budget forecasts.

             5. The City will use intergovernmental assistance to finance only those
                capital improvements that are consistent with the capital improvement
                plan and City priorities, and whose operating and maintenance costs
                have been included in operating budget forecasts.

             6. The City will maintain all its assets at a level adequate to protect the
                City's capital investment and to minimize future maintenance and
                replacement costs.

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      CAPITAL IMPROVEME T BUDGET POLICIES (continued)

             7. The City will project its equipment replacement and maintenance
                needs for the next several years and will update this projection each
                year. From this projection a maintenance and replacement schedule
                will be developed and followed.

             8. The City will identify the estimated costs and potential funding
                sources for each capital project proposal before it is submitted for
                approval.

             9. The City will attempt to determine the least costly and most flexible
                financing method for all new projects, including the utilization of cash
                revenue funds, as well as using cash for capital purchases where
                feasible.




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      DEBT POLICIES

      General
      1. The City will confine long-term borrowing to capital improvements or
         projects that cannot be financed from current revenues except where approved
         justification is provided.

      2. The City will utilize a balanced approach to capital funding utilizing debt
         financing, draws on capital reserves and/or fund balances in excess of policy
         targets, and current-year (pay-as-you-go) appropriations.

      3. When the City finances capital improvements or other projects by issuing
         bonds or entering into capital leases, it will repay the debt within a period not
         to exceed the expected useful life of the project. Target debt ratios will be
         annually calculated and included in the review of financial trends.

      4. Where feasible, the City will explore the usage of special assessment, revenue,
         or other self-supporting bonds instead of general obligation bonds.

      5. The City will retire tax anticipation debt, if any, annually and will retire bond
         anticipation debt within six months after completion of the project.

      Tax Supported Debt
      6. Net debt as a percentage of total assessed value of taxable property should not
         exceed 2.0%. Net debt is defined as any and all debt that is tax-supported.

      7. The ratio of debt service expenditures as a percent of total governmental fund
         expenditures should not exceed 15% with an aggregate ten-year principal
         payout ratio target of 60% or better.

      8. The City recognizes the importance of underlying and overlapping debt in
         analyzing financial condition. The City will regularly analyze total
         indebtedness including underlying and overlapping debt.

      Revenue Supported Debt
      9. The City will target a minimum amount of equity funding of 10% of the
         capital improvement plan on a five-year rolling average.




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      RESERVE POLICIES

             1. The City will establish an emergency reserve to pay for needs caused
                by unforeseen emergencies, including unanticipated expenditures of a
                nonrecurring nature, or to meet unexpected small increases in service
                delivery costs. This contingency reserve will be budgeted at not less
                than 0.5% of the operating funds. FY12: .5% equals $150,000.

             2. Unreserved, Undesignated Fund Balances will mean funds that remain
                available for appropriation by the City Council after all commitments
                for future expenditures, required reserves defined by State statutes, and
                previous Council designations have been calculated. The City will
                define these remaining amounts as “available fund balances.”

             3. Available fund balances at the close of each fiscal year should be
                within a range of at least 25% and no more than 33% (13 to 17 weeks)
                of the Total Annual Operating Budget of the City.

             4. The City Council may, from time-to-time, appropriate fund balances
                that will reduce available fund balances below the 25% policy for the
                purposes of a declared fiscal emergency or other such global purpose
                as to protect the long-term fiscal security of the City of Kannapolis. In
                such circumstances, the Council will adopt a plan to restore the
                available fund balances to the policy level within 36 months from the
                date of the appropriation. If restoration cannot be accomplished within
                such time period without severe hardship to the City, then the Council
                will establish a different but appropriate time period.

             5. In the event that available fund balances are in excess of 33%, then the
                City will develop a spending plan utilizing more cash payments for
                capital projects, or other capital assets.

             6. The City has adopted a comprehensive strategy for the long-term
                stability and financial health of the Water and Sewer Fund,
                Stormwater Fund, and Environmental Fund that provides for annual
                increases in fund reserves to reach an established goal of 50% of the
                Enterprise Fund’s operating budget.**

                    ** Develop sheet showing what this would be.


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      I VESTME T POLICY
      Introduction
      It is the policy of the City to invest public funds in a manner which will provide the
      highest investment return with the maximum security while meeting the daily cash
      flow requirements of the City and conforming to all State statutes governing the
      investment of idle funds.

      Objectives
      A. To link long-term financial planning with short-term daily operations and
         decision-making.
      B. To maintain and improve the City's financial position.
      C. To maintain and improve the City's credit ratings by meeting or exceeding the
         requirements of rating agencies through sound financial policies.
      D. To maintain and increase investor confidence in the City and to provide
         credibility to the citizens of the City regarding financial operations,
      E. To protect the City of Kannapolis from emergency fiscal crisis by ensuring the
         continuance of services even in the event of an unforeseen occurrence.
      F. To ensure that Council’s adopted policies are implemented in an efficient and
         effective manner.

      Legality
      The cash management and investment program of the City of Kannapolis
      (hereafter the “City”) shall be operated in conformance with federal North
      Carolina, and other legal requirements, including provisions of the North Carolina
      General Statutes (hereafter “G.S.”), specifically The Local Government Budget
      and Fiscal Control Act (the “LGBFCA”), primarily G.S. 159-30 – Investment of
      Idle Funds.

      Scope
      This investment policy applies to all financial assets of the City except authorized
      petty cash, trust funds, and debt proceeds, which are accounted for and invested
      separately from pooled cash. The City pools the cash resources of its various funds
      into a single pool in order to maximize investment opportunities and returns.

      Prudence
      The standard of prudence to be used by authorized staff shall be the "prudent
      person" standard and shall be applied in the context of managing an overall
      portfolio. Investments shall be made with judgment and care, under circumstances
      then prevailing, which persons of prudence, discretion, and intelligence would
      exercise in the management of their own affairs, not for speculation, but for

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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

      investment, considering the probable safety of their capital as well as the probable
      income to be derived.

      Authorized staff acting in accordance with procedures and this investment policy
      and exercising due diligence shall be relieved of personal responsibility for an
      individual security's credit risk or market price changes, provided deviations from
      expectations are reported in a timely fashion and the liquidity and the sale of
      securities are carried out in accordance with the terms of this policy.

      Responsibility
      The Finance Director or his/her designee shall have the responsibility for the
      administration of the investment policy of the City of Kannapolis. The Finance
      Director will routinely monitor the contents of the portfolio, the available markets,
      and the relative values of competing instruments, and will adjust the portfolio
      accordingly.

      Objectives
      The City's objectives in managing the investment portfolio, in order of priority, are
      safety, liquidity, and yield.

             Safety
             Safety of principal is the foremost objective of the investment program.
             Investments shall be undertaken in a manner that seeks to ensure the
             preservation of capital in the overall portfolio. To best mitigate against
             credit risk (the risk of loss due to the failure of the security issuer)
             diversification is required. To best mitigate against interest rate risk (the risk
             that changes in interest rates will adversely affect the market value of a
             security and that the security will have to be liquidated and the loss realized)
             the second objective, adequate liquidity, must be met.

             Liquidity
             The investment portfolio shall remain sufficiently liquid to meet all
             operating and debt service cash requirements that may be reasonably
             anticipated. The portfolio will be structured so that securities mature
             concurrent with cash needs (static liquidity), with securities with an active
             secondary market (dynamic liquidity), and with deposits and investments in
             highly liquid money market and mutual fund accounts.



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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

             Yield
             The investment portfolio shall be designed with the objective of attaining a
             market rate of return throughout budgetary, economic and interest rate
             cycles, taking into account investment risk constraints and liquidity needs.

      Ethics and Conflicts of Interest
      Officers and employees involved in the investment process shall refrain from
      personal business activity that could conflict with the proper execution and
      management of the investment program, or that could impair their ability to make
      impartial decisions. Employees and investment officials shall disclose to the City
      Manager any material interests in financial institutions with which they conduct
      business. They shall further disclose any personal financial or investment positions
      that could be related to the performance of the investment portfolio. Employees and
      officers shall refrain from undertaking personal investment transactions with the
      same individuals with whom business is conducted on behalf of the City.

      Authorized Financial Dealers and Financial Institutions
      The Finance Director will maintain a list of financial institutions authorized to
      provide investment services. Authorized financial institutions include banks
      maintaining an office in the State of North Carolina and securities brokers/dealers
      classified by the New York Federal Reserve as a primary dealer.

      The Finance Director shall have discretion in determining the number of authorized
      financial institutions and may limit that number based upon the practicality of
      efficiently conducting the investment program. The Finance Director shall also have
      the discretion to add or remove authorized financial institutions based upon potential
      or past performance.

      Internal Control
      The Finance Director is responsible for establishing and maintaining an internal
      control structure designed to ensure that the assets of the entity are protected from
      loss, theft, or misuse. The internal control structure shall be designed to provide
      reasonable assurance that these objectives are met. The concept of reasonable
      assurance recognizes that the cost of a control should not exceed the benefits likely
      to be derived and that the valuation of costs and benefits requires the use of
      estimates and judgments by management.




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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

      Collateralization
      Collateralization is required for certificates of deposit. North Carolina General
      Statutes allow the State Treasurer and the Local Government Commission to
      prescribe rules to regulate the collateralization of public deposits in North Carolina
      banks. These rules are codified in the North Carolina Administrative Code - Title
      20, Chapter 7 (20 NCAC 7). The Pooling Method of collateralization under 20
      NCAC 7 allows depositories to use an escrow account established with the State
      Treasurer to secure the deposits of all units of local government. This method
      transfers the responsibility for monitoring each bank's collateralization and financial
      condition from the City to the State Treasurer. The City will only maintain deposits
      with institutions using the Pooling Method of collateralization.

      Delivery and Custody
      All investment security transactions entered into by the City shall be conducted on a
      delivery versus payment basis. Securities will be held by a third party custodian
      designated by the Finance Director and each transaction will be evidenced by
      safekeeping receipts and tickets.

      Authorized Investments
      The City is empowered by North Carolina G.S. 159-30(c) to invest in certain types
      of investments. The City Council approves the use of the following investment
      types, the list of which is more restrictive than G.S. 159-30(c):
         a) Obligations of the United States or obligations fully guaranteed as to both
             principal and interest by the United States.
         b) Obligations of the Federal Financing Bank, the Federal Farm Credit Bank, the
             Federal Home Loan Banks, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation,
             the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Government National
             Mortgage Association, the Federal Housing Administration, and the United
             States Postal Service.
         c) Obligations of the State of North Carolina
         d) Bonds and notes of any North Carolina local government or public authority
             that is rated "AA" or better by at least two of the nationally recognized ratings
             services or that carries any "AAA insured" rating.
         e) Fully collateralized deposits at interest or certificates of deposit with any
             bank, savings and loan association or trust company that utilizes the Pooling
             Method of collateralization (section VIII.I).
         f) Prime quality commercial paper bearing the highest rating of at least one
             nationally recognized rating service, which rates the particular obligation.


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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

         g) Banker's acceptance of a commercial bank or its holding company provided
            that the bank or its holding company is either (i) incorporated in the State of
            North Carolina or (ii) has outstanding publicly held obligations bearing the
            highest rating of at least one nationally recognized rating service and not
            bearing a rating below the highest by any nationally recognized rating service
            which rates the particular obligations.
         h) Participating shares in a mutual fund for local government investment,
            provided that the investments of the fund are limited to those qualifying for
            investment under G.S. l50-30(c) and that said fund is certified by the LGC.
            (The only such certified fund is the North Carolina Capital Management
            Trust.)
         i) Evidences of ownership of, or fractional undivided interest in, future interest
            and principal payments on either direct obligations of the United States
            government or obligations the principal of and the interest on which are
            guaranteed by the United States, which obligations are held by a bank or trust
            company organized and existing under the laws of the United States or any
            state in the capacity of custodian (STRIPS).
         j) Guaranteed investment contracts utilizing repurchase agreements but only
            for the investment of debt proceeds which are to be collateralized at 105%
            and marked to market on a daily basis.

      Diversification
      The City will diversify use of investment instruments to avoid incurring
      unreasonable risks inherent in over-investing in specific instruments, individual
      financial institutions or maturities.

                   Diversification by Instrument                Percent of Portfolio
   US Treasury Obligations (bills, notes, bonds)                      100%
   US Government Agencies (fully guaranteed)                          100%
          Bankers Acceptances (BAS) (G.S. 147-69.1 (C4F)
                                                                       40%
          Commercial Paper (G.S. 147-69.1 (C4F)
   Repurchase Agreements                                               25%
   Certificates of Deposit (CDs) Commercial Banks                      100%
   Certificates of Deposit (CDs) Savings and Loans                     25%
   North Carolina Capital Management Trust                              50%




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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

      Maturity Scheduling
      Investment maturities shall be scheduled to coincide with projected cash flow
      needs, taking into account large routine expenditures (payroll, power purchases),
      as well as considering sizeable blocks of anticipated revenue (tax receipts, etc.).
      Maturities shall be times to comply with the following guidelines:

                          Under 1 year                  50%
                          Under 3 years                 75%
                          Under 5 years                 100%

      Selection of Securities
      The Finance Director or his or her designee will determine which investments shall
      be purchased and sold and the desired maturity date(s) that are in the best interest of
      the City. The selection of an investment will involve the evaluation of, but not
      limited to, the following factors: cash flow projections and requirements; current
      market conditions; and overall portfolio balance and makeup.

      Active Trading of Securities
      It is the City's intent, at the time of purchase, to hold all investments until maturity to
      ensure the return of all invested principal. However, if economic or market
      conditions change making it in the City's best interest to sell or to trade a security
      before maturity, that action may be taken.


      Pooled Cash and Allocation of Interest Income
      All moneys earned and collected from investments other than bond proceeds will be
      allocated monthly to the various participating funds. Earnings on bond proceeds will
      be directly credited to the same proceeds.


      Marking to Market
      A report of the market value of the portfolio will be generated at least annually by
      the Finance Director.


      Software
      The City recognizes the significance of the size of its investment portfolio and of the
      requirements contained in this policy. The City will utilize investment software
      which enables efficient transaction processing and recording, sufficient portfolio
      monitoring and the ability to maintain reporting compliance with this policy.
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      I VESTME T POLICY – continued

      Reporting
      The Finance Director will prepare a quarterly investment report that will be
      submitted to the Council. The monthly investment report will include, but is not
      limited to, a listing of all investments, the investment description, the settlement and
      maturity dates, the cost value, and the yield to maturity. The monthly investment
      report will include reporting on the status of diversification compliance.




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City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                   Mayor and City Council
FROM:                 Planning Director
                      Make appointments to fill vacanies on the Planning & Zoning Commission and
SUBJECT:
                      Board of Adjustment (Kris Krider, Planning Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Make appointments to fill vacancies on the Planning & Zoning Commission and Board of
Adjustment.

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
In accordance with the By-laws of the Planning & Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustment,
terms served are for three (3) years except in cases where a vacancy must be filled. The City
Council has the authority to appoint persons to fill these seats. In accordance with the new Boards
and Commissions policy adopted in March, members may not serve more than three consecutive
terms. City Council has the discretion to waive this requirement for special circumstances. Planning
and Zoning Commissioner Martha Macon is the only current member who has served three
consecutive terms. In addition, two current members, David Miller and David Baucom, whose three
year term also expire, have agreed to serve another three year term. Miller will begin his first full term
and Baucom will begin his third term.
There are currently five individuals who have submitted applications for Planning and Zoning
Commission: Richard Flowe, Alan Overcash, Larry Keever, Colby Meadows and Diane Berry,
currently a member of the Board of Adjustment.
In the case of the Board of Adjustment, Jeff Parker is up for reappointment and we have one
vacancy as replacement as JoAnn Crosby has resigned effective at the end of her term. There are
no applications specifically for BOA but we can select from the five submitted for Planning and
Zoning Commission.

D. Fiscal Considerations
None

E. Policy Issues
Boards and Commission term limits policy of March 2012

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
Staff recommends reappointment of David Miller and David Baucom to the Planning and Zoning
Commission. Staff recommends reappointment of Jeff Parker to the Board of Adjustment and the
selection of one of the Planning and Zoning Commission applicants to fill the BOA vacancy.

H. Issue Reviewed By
Bridgette Bell
Eddie Smith
Mike Legg

ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                                                       Description:
   P_Z_Apps.pdf                                             Planning and Zoning Applications
   Boards_and_Commission_Policy_Final.doc                   Boards and Commission Policy
   PZ_MEMBER_LIST_2011-2012_web_version.doc                 Planning and Zoning Member list
   BOA_MEMBER_LIST_2011-2012_web_version.doc                BOA Member list
                    POLICY OF THE KA                  APOLIS CITY COU CIL
              Procedures for Appointments to Boards, Committees, and Commissions

I.    POLICY STATEME T

      The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures for appointments to City Boards, Committees, and
      Commissions created and directly supported by City Council, by providing an open, accessible
      appointment process, which invites all interested parties to become involved in City government.

II.   ELIGIBILITY FOR APPOI TME TS

      a) Service on Multiple Boards
      The general policy of the Kannapolis City Council shall be to limit membership of an individual to one
      official governmental Board. The City Council, however, reserves the right to appoint an individual to
      more than one Board under special circumstances. A person serving on one Board and receives an
      appointment to a second Board shall automatically be removed from the first Board, unless the City
      Council finds evidence of special circumstances to justify service on two Boards. However, the dual
      membership provisions will not apply to the following: (1) appointments to regional/area Boards; (2)
      appointments made of a member of a Board in order for that person to represent the Board’s interest on
      a second Board; and (3) appointments made to a Board by other members of the Board pursuant to State
      Law or Local Act establishing the Board.

      b) Limit to Terms of Service
      Appointments are made by the City Council for one (1) three-year staggered term which expires the 30th
      day of June. Except in extraordinary circumstances or where otherwise restricted by legislative authority
      creating or authorizing the creation of the City’s Boards, Committees, or Commissions, it shall be the
      policy of the Kannapolis City Council that terms of membership on City Boards, Committees, or
      Commissions are as follows: Persons serving on City Boards or Commissions having a term of more
      than three (3) three-year terms (or 9 years) shall be ineligible for consideration for reappointment. The
      City Council reserves the right to extend appointments beyond this limit by appointing a member to
      one three-year term.

      Persons serving on City Boards or Commissions having a term of three (3) years or less shall be
      eligible for consideration for reappointment to a second term, but shall be ineligible for a third
      three-year term. Board Members will be eligible to serve on any City Board or Commission after a
      three (3) year absence.

      Persons serving unexpired terms on any City Board of Commission shall be eligible for consideration
      for appointment to a full three (3) year term.

      Time served as an alternate member prior to the appointment as a regular member does not count as a
      part of the three (3) three-year consecutive term of service limit. An individual whose initial
      appointment was to fill an expired term shall be eligible to serve the number of full-length terms as other
      members are eligible to serve unless prior to the time for reappointment that individual has already
      served three (3) three-year consecutive terms. See also Section VII (b) Implementation for procedures
      related to persons currently serving on Boards, Committees, and Commissions.

      c) Residency Requirements
      Except in extraordinary circumstances or where otherwise restricted by legislative authority creating
      or authorizing the creation of City Boards, Committees, or Commissions, it shall be the policy of

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       the Kannapolis City Council that appointees to the membership on City Boards, Committees or
       Commissions shall live within the City of Kannapolis during the term of appointment. City Council
       reserves the right to waive residency requirements,

       d) Renewal or Update of Applications
       Upon the two-year anniversary date of an application, the applicant will receive a letter from the Clerk
       inquiring as to their continued interest in remaining in the data bank listing of applicants. The applicant
       may complete a new application or may contact the Clerk’s Office with any updated information and
       their request to remain in the database of applicants.

       e) City Employees Servicing on Boards
       Employees of the City will not be eligible to serve on City appointed Boards, Committees, or
       Commissions.

       f) Ad Hoc and Personnel Advisory Committees
       Eligibility requirements as outlined above will not be applicable to Ad Hoc Committees or the
       Kannapolis Advisory Personnel Board.

III.   RATE OF PAY

       The Kannapolis City Council has the right to establish compensation for service on Boards,
       Commission, or Committees. Records for pay shall be certified by the City Clerk and submitted to the
       Finance Department for monthly disbursement.

IV.    MEETI GS, ATTE DA CE, A D QUORUMS

       (a) Each Board, Commission, or Committee is to operate under the Open Meetings requirements as
       required by the North Carolina General Statutes.

       (b) Minutes shall be kept of each meeting of all Boards, Commissions, or Committees. It shall be the
       duty of the staff liaison person to forward a signed copy of the Minutes to the City Clerk.

       (c) Notices of all regular meeting schedules and special meetings shall be filed with the City Clerk and
       posted in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes Open Meetings Law.

       d) City Council intends to make appointments to fill unexpired terms, created by vacancies, as
       expeditiously as possible. City Council recognizes that the urgency of filing such vacancies may vary
       depending upon the circumstances of the vacancy. In the event of an expired term, members shall
       continue to serve until a new member is appointed.

V.     APPOI TME T PROCESS

       City Council Members shall be notified of upcoming appointments to City Boards and Commissions
       30 days prior to the expiration of terms. A list of persons who have indicated an interest in serving on
       the Board or Commission though the data bank listing shall also be provided to the City Council, and a
       roster of current Boards and Commissions.

       In order to get more participation and involvement from City residents, the City should advertise at least
       twice each year of up-coming vacancies. Notification may include local newspapers, City website, or
       any other means of electronic communication. Any application that is received concerning the vacancies
       should be given careful consideration, assuming they are qualified.
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VI.    RECOG ITIO OF SERVICE

       In the spring of each year, there will be a Commission/Board reception for members. If someone has
       served for more than five consecutive years, that person will receive a plaque or similar token of
       appreciation presented to him or her at the reception. For those that have served for less than five
       consecutive years, a letter and certificate of appreciation will be given.

VII.   EXPECTATIO S OF BOARD APPOI TEES

       (a) Any member who is absent from three (3) consecutive regular meetings or fails to attend at least
       75% of regular meetings with the exception of excused illness, or other extraordinary circumstances, of
       the Commission, or Committee during any one-year period shall be automatically removed from said
       Commission, Committee, or Board. Vacancies resulting from a member’s failure to attend the required
       number of meetings shall be filled as provided herein. The Chairperson of the Commission, Committee,
       or Board may request that the position be vacated and either the Staff liaison or Chairperson may make a
       recommendation to the City Council for a replacement. The Chairperson may direct the Staff liaison to
       notify the member upon removal. A replacement shall be named at a regularly scheduled meeting held
       by the City Council.

       (b) Any member who engages in conduct deemed unbecoming as a member of said Commission,
       Committee, or Board or who fails to carry out their assigned duties in good faith shall be removed by
       unanimous vote of the entire City Council. A replacement shall be named at a regularly scheduled
       meeting held by the City Council.

       (c) Work together with current Board, Commission or Committee members, and City Council to come
       up with the best recommendations or decisions for the citizens of Kannapolis.

VIII. IMPLEME TATIO

       (a)This policy shall become effective upon adoption. All subsequent appointments to Boards by the
       Kannapolis City Council shall be carried out under the provisions of this policy.

       (b) Persons who have served on Boards, Commissions, and Committees for a period exceeding three (3)
       three-year consecutive terms (or 9 years) at the time of this policy becomes effective, shall serve until
       the end of his or her remaining term.

       This Policy adopted by the Kannapolis City Council this 12th day of March 2012.


                                              ________________________
                                              Robert S. Misenheimer
                                              Mayor




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         KANNAPOLIS PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD MEMBERS
                       July 2011 – June 2012
            Chairman                        (H) 704-938-4532        (C) 704-213-4269
            Kenneth J. Woodard              E-Mail: kjwoodardK@netscape.net
            1203 Derbyshire Drive           Term Expires: 6/30/2014
            Kannapolis, NC 28081            Term: 5th
            Vice-Chairman                   (C) 704-224-5651
            David Baucom                    E-Mail: david.baucom@lpl.com
            119 Greenview Dr
                                            Term Expires: 6/30/2012
            PO Box 1386, Kannapolis 28082
            Kannapolis, NC 28081            Term: 2nd
                                            (H) 704-262-7500         (C) 704-467-4804
            James Litaker
                                            E-Mail: jlitaker@ctc.net
            5403 Village Drive
                                            Term Expires: 6/30/2014
            Concord, NC 28027
                                            Term: 2nd
                                            (H) 704-932-5504        (W) 704-933-2231
            Martha Macon
                                            E-Mail: marthamacon@ctc.net
            1619 Eastwood Drive
                                            Term Expires: 6/30/2012
            Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                            Term: 3rd
                                             (H) 704-791-5845        (C) 704-938-7368
            David Miller
                                             Email: David.APM@windstream.com
            201 S. East Avenue
                                             Term Expires: June 30, 2012
            Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                             Term: 1st
            Joe L. Mingo, Sr.               (H) 704-933-0219        (W) 704-786-3183
            1527 Kingston Drive             Term Expires: 6/30/2013
            Kannapolis, NC 28083            Term: 4th
                                            (H) 704-786-8668        (W) 704-782-4000
            Gwynn G. McCombs
                                            E-Mail: gmccombs@cabarrus.biz
            5520 Dogwood Blvd
                                            Term Expires: 6/30/2013
            Kannapolis, NC 28081
                                            Term: 3rd
           **Conrad Sloop                   (H) 704- 932-2062
           791 Ebenezer Road                Term Expires: 6/30/2013
           Kannapolis, N.C. 28083           Term: 8th
            ** Leonard Beaver               (C) 704-791-2228
            1265 Cannon Farm Road           Term Expires: 6/30/2014
            China Grove, NC 28023           Term: 2nd

The Board meets the first Wednesday of each month, at 6:00 P.M., at the Kannapolis Train Station
located at 201 South Main Street, Kannapolis, NC.

**Appointed by Rowan County Comm. for representation of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Rowan
County.
                            Kannapolis Board of Adjustment
                                July 2011 – June 2012

       CHAIRMAN                                   (H) 704-933-5518 (W) 704-372-4755
       Jeff Parker                                Email: jeff.parker@motorolasolutions.com
       1630 Eastwood Drive                        Term Expires: 6/30/2012
       Kannapolis, NC 28083                       Term: 1st
       VICE-CHAIRMAN                              (H) 704-932-7130 (W) 704-934-3528
       Willard McCombs                            Email: wmccombs2@carolina.rr.com
       1629 Eastwood Drive                        Term Expires: 6/30/2013
       Kannapolis, NC 28083                       Term: 2nd
                                                  (H) 704-933-0332 (C) 704-562-7101
       JoAnn Crosby
                                                  Email: jlcrosby@windstream.net
       322 Wisteria Lane
                                                  Term Expires: 6/30/2012
       Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                  Term: 1st
                                                  (H) 704-787-1973
       James Palmer                               (W) 704-938-1512
       2375 Curecanti Court                       Email: jpalmer87@carolina.rr.com
       Kannapolis, NC 28083                       Term Expires: 6/30/2015
                                                  Term: 1st

                                                  (H) (704) 933-4416 (O) (704) 920-1297
       Dianne P. Berry
                                                  Email:dpberry1@carolina.rr.com
       532 China Grove Road
                                                  Term Expires: 06/30/2014
       Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                  Term: 1st
                                                  Email: None
       Brian Yorke
                                                  Term: 2nd
       101 North East Avenue
                                                  Term Expires: 6/30/2013
       Kannapolis, NC 28083

                                                  (H) None
       Alternate #1
                                                  (W) 704-699-6613
       Jonathan Farmer
                                                  Email: jbfarmer@carolina.rr.com
       5309 Randolph Road
                                                  Term Expires: June 30, 2014
       Kannapolis, NC 28081
                                                  Term: 1st
       Alternate #2                               (H) & (W) 704-652-1730
       Andrew Baker                               Email: awb127@yahoo.com
       220 York Avenue                            Term Expires: 6/30/2014
       Kannapolis, NC 28083                       Term: 1st
       *Rowan E.T.J. Representative
                                                  (H) 704- 933-1861
       Martha L. Harrell
                                                  Email: none
       1808 Crest Street
                                                  Term Expires: 6/30/2012
       PO Box 395
                                                  Term: 3rd
       Kannapolis, N.C. 28082-0395

The Board of Adjustment meets the first Tuesday of each month, at 6:00 P.M., at the Kannapolis Train
Station located at 201 South Main Street. *Appointed by Rowan County Commissioners for representation
of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Rowan County.
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                  Mayor and City Council
FROM:                Community Development Program Administrator
                     Motion to appoint members to the Community Development Commission
SUBJECT:
                     (Sherrry Jones, Community Development Program Administrator)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Appoint Amos McClorey as a new member to serve a three-year term.Term to expire June 30,
2015. Mr. McClorey would fill the vacant position created by Eric Young.
Appoint Dr. John Eric Atkinson to fill the term of an unexpired vacant seat. Term to expire
June 30, 2013. Dr. Atkinson could fill the unexpired term created by Monee Dwiggins.

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority present at meeting.

C. Background
To fill vacant seat created by member terms expired and vacant seat created by member
resignation.

D. Fiscal Considerations
None

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
1. Appoint the following members: Amos McClorey and Dr. John Eric Atkinson

2. Appoint members of City Council's choosing.

H. Issue Reviewed By

Bridgette Bell
Irene Sacks
                     KANNAPOLIS CITIZEN’S ADVISORY COMMISSION
                          FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                                July 2011 – June 2012
     Chairperson                                   (W) 704-298-1874
     Jacqueline Anthony                            Email:        roxieham@yahoo.com
     1563 Kingston Drive                           Term:         3 rd
     Kannapolis, NC 28083                          Term Expires: June 30, 2013
                                                   (H) 704-932-4698 (C) 704-577-0207
     Eric Young
                                                   Email:        eayoung06@earthlink.net
     607 Rainbow Drive
                                                   Term:         1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28081
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2012
                                                   (W) 704-933-7405
     Robert Brown
                                                   Email:         ncpainter@gmail.com
     1660 Garnet Street
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2013
                                                   (H) 704-224-3243 (W) 704-372-8180, Ext. 104
     Sabrina Armstrong
                                                   Email:         armstrong62699@ctc.net
     1725 Summit Ridge Lane
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2013
                                                   (H) 704-267-9803 (W) 704-920-4063
     Monee Dwiggins
                                                   Email:         mdwiggins@cityofkannapolis.com
     502 N. Rose Ave.
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2013
                                                   (H) 919-605-5195
     Deanna Ford
                                                   Email:        deanna@rosemaryalambertcpa.com
     203 Cadillac St
                                                   Term:          2 nd
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2014
                                                   (H) 704-933-9179
     Dorethea Smith
                                                   Email:         N/A
     1545 Kingston Drive
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2014
                                                   (H) 704-932-9992 (W) 980-621-4550
     Bud Aungst
                                                   E-Mail:       budaungst@gmail.com
     119 Westover Avenue
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28081
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2014
                                                   (H) 704-933-9845 (W) 704-224-6318
     Vernice Gallon
                                                   E-Mail:        necy8489@yahoo.com
     2173 Charles Towne Court
                                                   Term:          1 st
     Kannapolis, NC 28083
                                                   Term Expires: June 30, 2014

This Commission meets the third Tuesday of July, August, October 2010 and January, February, April, and May
2011 at 6:30 P.M., at the Kannapolis Village Park Building located at 700 West ‘C’ Street, Kannapolis, NC. If you
have any questions please contact Sherry Jones, Kannapolis Community Development Program
Administrator at (704) 920-4332, or sjones@cityofkannapolis.com
City of Kannapolis
City Council Meeting
Staff Report

TO:                 Mayor and City Council
FROM:               Director of Parks and Recreation
                    Motion to appoint members to the Parks and Recreation Commission (Gary
SUBJECT:
                    Mills, Parks and Recreation Director)


A. Action Requested by City Council
Motion to appoint Andy Messmer, Nancy Rutledge, and Cindy Griggs to new three year term.
Terms to expire June 30, 2015.

B. Required Votes to Pass Required Action
Majority of those present at meeting.

C. Background
The Parks and Recreation Commission have three spots to fill. Andy Messmer and Nancy Rutledge
have expressed a desire to be re-appointed to the commission. There was one new application
requesting appointment to the P&R Commission; Cindy Griggs. The Parks and Recreation
Commission at their June 12th meeting, unanimously supported a motion for reappointment of Andy
Messmer and Nancy Rutledge, and appointment of Cindy Griggs. Applications are attached.

D. Fiscal Considerations
None

E. Policy Issues
None

F. Legal Issues
None

G. Alternative Courses of Action and Recommendation
Appoint Andy Messmer, Nancy Rutledge, and Cindy Griggs for three year terms to the Parks
and Recreation Commission. (Recommended)

Reject the recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Commission for appointments and
advertise again for three new members.
                      PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMISSION 2011-2012

                                                        DATE            TERM             TERMS SERVED
               BOARD MEMBERS
                                                     APPOINTED         EXPIRES        (original appointment date)
Richard Chaney                                        06/13/2011      06/30/2013                  5th
1101 Windsor Drive, South
Kannapolis, N. C. 28081                                                                        (8/31/00)
H-704-938-5479; C - 704-796-8021
Email: rchaney1101@carolina.rr.com

Earl B. Lentz, Jr.                                    06/14/2010      06/30/2013                  5th
         nd
201 E. 2 Street
Kannapolis, NC 28083                                                                           (8/13/01)
H-704-938-1265 W-704-786-4001
Email: elentz@vnet.net or eblentz@habitatcabarrus.org

Jeff Ashbaugh                                       06/13/2011        06/30/2014                  6th
4949 Copper Creek Trail
Kannapolis, N. C. 28081                                                                        (8/31/00)
H- 704-932-8430 W-704-943-3171
Email: ashbaugh@vnet.net or jashbaugh@sitesolutionspa.com

Jimmy Carter                                          06/13/2011       06/30/2014                 4th
111 S. Ridge Avenue
Kannapolis, NC 28083                                                                           (3/24/03)
H-704-932-1149; C-980-621-6656
Email: jpcarter@ctc.net

*Andy Messmer                                         06/27/2011      06/30/2012                  1st
302 E. 1st Street
Kannapolis, N. C. 28083                                                                        (6/27/11)
H-704-932-2465 W – 704-361-2049
Email: andy@ikesconstruction.com

Ophelia Mitchell                                    06/22/2009         06/30/2012                 3rd
114 Suburban Avenue
Kannapolis, N. C. 28083                                                                        (2/28/05)
H-704-933-4411 W- 704-932-6125, ext 204
Email: ophie50@hotmail.com or mitchelo@kannapolis.k12.nc.us

Nancy Rutledge                                        06/22/2009      06/30/2012                  1st
1615 Eastwood Drive
Kannapolis, N. C. 28083                                                                        (6/30/09)
H-704-932-1981 W- 704- 467-7026
Email: rutledgenancy@hotmail.com

Mike Ward                                             06/14/2010      06/30/2013                  5th
1310 Central Drive
Kannapolis, NC 28083                                                                           (8/13/01)
H-704-933-5461 W-704-527-2112 (153)
Email: vandalay@ctc.net

Billy “Buddy” A. Amerson                            06/14/2010        06/30/2013                  2nd
105 S. East Avenue
Kannapolis, NC 28083                                                                           (12/10/07)
H-704-933-6952; W-704-231-4309
Email: amersonb@sndcoffee.com or jlove11@carolina.rr.com

Staff Contact:
Gary Mills, Director                                Becky Tolle, Recreation & Special Events
Main: 704-920-4343                                  Main: 704-920-4343
Direct: 704-920-4340                                Direct: 704-920-4341
Email: gmills@cityofkannapolis.com                  Email: btolle@cityofkannapolis.com

The board meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Village Park.
Multi-purpose Room located at 700 West C Street.
*Filling the unexpired term of Cindy Griggs

				
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