CITY OF CAPITOLA CAPITOLA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY PROPOSED BUDGET by AaronMoule

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									       CITY OF CAPITOLA

CAPITOLA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

       PROPOSED BUDGET
     FISCAL YEAR 2009 - 20 10




             CITY COUNCIL
        Robert "Bob" Begun, Mayor
          Sam Storey, Vice Mayor
              Ronald Graves
                Kirby Nicol
              Dennis Norton
                                         City Council
                                 Robert "Bob" Begun, Mayor
                                   Sam Story, Vice Mayor
                                       Dennis Norton
                                         Kirby Nicol
                                       Ronald Graves

                             Jacques Bertrand, City Treasurer
                     Debbie Johnson, Redevelopment Agency Treasurer

                                  Richard Hill, City Manager
Staff
Pamela Greeninger, City Clerk
Richard Ehle, Chief of Police
Chuck Coinstock, Interim Finance Director
                      Works Director
Steven Jesberg, P~lblic
Jamie Goldstein, Community Development Director
Daniel Kostelec, Building Official
                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mission Statement ............................................................................................................ 1
City Manager's Budget Message ........................................................................................ 3
City Profile ..................................................................................................................... 9
Summary Information .................................................................................................. 11
General Fund Revenue ......................................................................................................25
General Fund Expenditures ...........................................................................................                         61
Department Overview .............................................................................................................. 89
        City Council ...................................................................................................................... 90
        City Manager .................................................................................................................... 92
        City Attorney .................................................................................................................. 98
        Finance ...................................................................................................................... 100
        Building........................................................................................................................... 102
        Community Development .............................................................................................. 104
        Police ......................................................................................................................... 106
        Public Works: .......................................................................................................... 116
        Recreation ..................................................................................................................... 124
        Museum........................................................................................................................ 126
        Art & Cultural Commission.....................................................................................128
Internal Service Funds ......................................................................................................131
        Information Technology Fund ..................................................................................... 133
        Self Insurance Liability Fund ..................................................................................... 137
        Workers Compensation Fund ........................................................................................ 1 3 9
        Stores Fund ................................................................................................................. 1 4 3
        Equipment Replacement Fund ........................................................................................ 144
        Public Employees Retirement Fund ............................................................................... 148
Special Revenue Funds ................................................................................................... 5 3               1
        Supplemental Law Enforcement Fund ............................................................................ 155
        Santa Cruz County Narcotics Enforcement Team .......................................................... 156
        Gas Tax .............................................................................................                                157'
        Wharf Fund .................................................................................................................. 160
        Development Fees ........................................................................................................... 161
        Public Education & Government .................................... ............................................... 162
        Public Art ........................................................................................................................ 163
        Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) ........................................................                                   164
        CDBG: Program Income ............................................................................................. 1 6 6
        Home Program Reuse Fund (Home)............................................................................ 167
        HOME Grant................................................................................................................... 168
        Housing Trust Fund ................................................................................................... 169
        BEGIN Grant Fund ......................................................................................................... 170
        General Plan Maintenance Fee..................................................................................... 171
        Green Building Education Fund..................................................................................... 173
        Parking Reserve Fund ..................................................................................................... 174
        Capitola Village & Wharf BIA Fund .............................................................................. 175
Other Fund       ........................................................................................................................... 177
        Compensated Absences................................................................................................... 179
        Emergency Reserves ...................................................................................................... 181
        Contingency Reserves ............................................................................................. 182
        Open Space Purchase .............................................................................................. 184
Multi-Year Assets & Obligations ........................................................................................ 185
Capital Improvement Promam Overview ....................................................................... 195
Redevelopment Agency ............................................................................................................ 199
        Operating Fund ............................................................................................................... 202
        Low & Moderate Income Housing Fund ........................................................................ 228
Glossary of Terms

Attachments
CSMFO Certificate of Award for Operating Budget ......................................................................                      A
Organization Chart ..........................................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                            B
Financial Policies ............................................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                            C
City Investment Policy .................................................................................................................... D
FY09110 City and CIP Budget - Adoption Report ................................................... Be Attached         To
FY09110 RDA Budget - Adoption Report.................................................................. be attached      To
GANNIAnnual Appropriation Report ....................................................................... To be attached
                       Our mission as the employees of the City of Capitola
       is to provide high quality service for our residents, visitors, businesses & employees.

                                                VISION
       Our vision is to be recognized as a model organization that provides excellent and
 responsi~e public service that values the people it employs and the community we serve and to
always perpetuate a strong work ethic that fosters pride in the work that we do. We will maintain
           the highest trust and confidence of our City Council and our Community.

                                              VALUES
                      We believe in being open, honest and ethical.

                      We believe in treating everyone with respect, courtesy and dignity.

                      We believe in being responsive to all the people we work with and serve,
                      and to act in a timely and sensitive manner.

                      We believe in participatory management and teamwork. We are united
                      in our belief to support, respect and encourage individual talents and
                      contributions.

                      We value innovation and creativity and believe in taking reasonable
                      risks.

                      We believe in a philosophy of constantly improving the services we
                      provide.

                      We believe in working with our residents & businesses to prepare for
                      and resolve community issues.

                      We believe in the vital nature of planning as a continuing process, to
                      achieve the matching of expectations and resources.

In performing our mission, attaining our vision and adhering to our values, we will first look to
our core values: Upholding the Public Trust, Practicing Sound Financial Management and
Maintaining a Safe & Healthy Environment.
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