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									Expanded Budget Committee


2011 Budget Overview and Procedure
                 Overview

• 121 Over Target Requests
• 3 Administrative Negative OTRs
  – 2 Cuts to Target (both requested as OTRs)
  – 1 Reduction in Requested Mandate Increase
• 7 evenings of department and agency
  presentations
• Public forum on September 27th
• 4 days of voting
• 2 days of revisits (if needed)
         Budget Document

• If there are changes to the document,
  new copies will be provided
  (replacement pages are tan)
Schedule
                 Format

• PowerPoint templates were provided,
  but not required.
• Focused on
  – total expenditures
  – local share cost
  – OTR requested vs. recommended
• Supplemental
  – Updated Assessment of Program Impact
  – Copy of each days PowerPoint slides
    and/or additional material
Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccination
         Program



 Tompkins County 2011 Budget
    Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccination
             Program
• Community Collaboration
• 1,200 cats annually, funded by 3 partners
                    -SPCA fundraising
                    -County support
                    -Individuals accessing the
                     program
    Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccination
             Program
• Program serves 2 populations

  – Income qualified residents seeking low/no
    cost spay/neuter surgery for family pet

  – Residents seeking to address the
    free-roaming cat population
    in Tompkins County
         Low/No cost S/N/V
• Residents apply/qualify for services
• S/N clinics weekly
  – High volume, high quality surgery
  – Clinics staffed by SOS with SPCA staff
    support
• Same day appointments
• Vaccines administered
Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, Return
• TNR for feral, free-roaming cats
• Community member traps/transports cat to
  weekly clinic
• Surgery, vaccination, ear tip
• Caregiver returns cat
  to habitat
                     TNR
• Ferals can’t come to the shelter to be adopted:
  TNR is the only viable solution

  – Prevents more kittens
  – Stabilizes, ultimately diminishes population
  – Protects against the
    spread of rabies
                    TNR
• Reduces annoying wild cat behaviors
  – Neutered males won’t mark territory and stink
    up your front porch
  – Spayed females won’t come into heat and
    howl all night while you’re trying to sleep
    Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccination
             Program
• Proactive and responsible approach to cat
  overpopulation
• Accessible veterinary services for income
  qualified residents
• Effort to enforce state mandated
  rabies vaccination for cats
         Total Expenditure
     (County Local Dollar Cost)
                                   Change
           2010      2011      Dollar   Percent
Target      35,858    33,356    (2,502)    -7%
One Time       -         -          -       -
 Total      35,858    33,356    (2,502)    -7%



                       Thank you for
                       your support!
      District Attorney – Criminal Prosecution
            The legal responsibilities of the District Attorney's office are set forth in
County Law 700(1), which states, "It shall be the duty of every District Attorney to
conduct all prosecutions for crimes and offenses cognizable by the courts of the
county for which he (sic) shall have been elected or appointed."
            We prosecute a wide range of offenses, including the most serious
felonies (e.g. murder, rape, burglary, robbery, felony assault, child abuse, narcotics
trafficking, DWI) and misdemeanors (e.g. petit larceny, DWI, simple assault) and
violations (harassment, disorderly conduct) and traffic violations (e.g. speeding). We
appear in County Court, Grand Jury, Ithaca City Court, 9 Town Courts, and 2
Village Courts. We also appear in Albany to argue cases on appeal.
            Usually our work on a case begins after the defendant is charged with an
offense, but in many cases we are involved at the investigation stage to issue
subpoenas or draft search warrants. We appear at arraignment and all necessary
court appearances, prepare and argue motions, and prosecute the case through
trial to a verdict. We are involved in cases after disposition for such matters as
prosecuting violations of probation and appeals.
            We help crime victims navigate the criminal justice system by explaining
the court processes, and answering questions. We consult with them regarding
desired outcomes and plea offers, and we seek restitution for their out-of-pocket
losses.
    Budget Reduction Efforts
• Secretary position downgraded to
  Receptionist
• Zero out Extradition, Witness Fees,
  Confidential Investigation accounts
• Eliminated office on-call cell phone
  expense
• Consolidated court mailings to save postage
           Total Expenditures
                                 Change
             2010      2011       Dollar    Percent
Target      984,860 1,049,454    64,594      7%
One Time    36,517       0       (36,517)
  Total    1,021,377 1,049,454   28,077      3%


FTE           13       11.25      (1.25)    -15%
           Total Expenditures
            (Local Dollars)
                                Change
             2010      2011     Dollar    Percent
Target     1,237,301 1,218,138 (19,163)    -2%
One Time    36,517       0     (36,517)
  Total    1,273,818 1,218,138 (55,680)    -5%
County Clerk


 2011 Budget
                          County Clerk


•County Clerk – land records, civil and criminal filings, collector of
recording fees, transfer tax and mortgage tax, passports, corporate filings,
notary public, and naturalization ceremonies
•DMV – licensing and registration needs of the community, enforcement
transactions, and official plate issuance
•Records – maintain the paper records in the Records Center, implement
a county-wide digital records solution, and assist departments with
records retention and management issues
•Central Services – copier/scanner/fax and mail services for county
departments
                  Total Expenditures


                          2010       2011 Dollar Change Percent
Target                  1,215,618 1,255,142      39,524      3%
One-Time                        -         -           -      0%
Revenues                  852,715 885,939        33,224      4%
Total & Fiscal Target     362,903 369,203         6,300      2%

FTE                           19        18           -1    -5%
           County Clerk Revenues

                Unallocated Revenues - County $

$1,400,000.00
$1,200,000.00
$1,000,000.00
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                          DMV Clerk Fees - Co Clerk $

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                DMV Revenue

            DMV Use Fee - County $ - D Fund

350000
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         2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010
                     2010 Highlights

•   We are the first County Clerk’s Office in NYS to be totally digital.
    We have scanned back to 1817 and have incorporated those
    images into our EDMS. The Office of Court Administration has
    selected us as a pilot county to implement e-filing. NYS will also
    be implementing e-recording in the next year or two.
•   Our DMV has successfully launched the EDL (Enhanced Driver's
    License) Program, rolled out the new plate issuance and
    continues to maintain nominal or non-existent wait-in-line time.
•   We have installed an electronic solution for implementing a
    county-wide digital records center and are planning on scanning
    the majority of documents stored in the Inactive Records Center
    to this system.
•   We have successfully commenced pilot records scanning
    projects and have many departments interested in our records
    management software solution.
Ithaca/Tompkins County
    Regional Airport

      2011 Budget
           Total Expenditures


                                        Change
              2010        2011      Dollar   Percent
Target      2,490,039   2,714,507   224,468       9%
One Time          -           -          -       -
 Total      2,490,039   2,714,507   224,468       9%

FTE               14          14        -        0%
      Major Changes from 2010

•   Additional Fringe Costs $ 77k
•   Service Contracts – Up $ 31k
•   Electricity – Up $ 15K
•   TSA Security – Up $ 9k
•   Local Share of Construction – Up $ 22k
•   Parking Lot Expansion - $ 50k
          Total Revenues

• Rents            1,188,589
• Landing Fees       706,948
• Aircraft Parking     83,280
• Concessions        572,369
• Security Payment 151,490
• Miscellaneous         11,831
TOTAL               2,714,507
     Passenger Boardings

2006 –    76,908
2007 -    85,644
2008 -    91,084
2009 -   109,259
2010 -   119,000 Est.
2011 -   122,570 Est.(3.0%)
          2010 Highlights

• On Track for Record Passenger
  Numbers
• Serving Community More Effectively
• Improved Airport Equipment
• “Green” Master Plan Nearing
  Completion
          Projects for 2011

*Construction of Sand Storage Building

*Construction of Ramp on Old
  Taughannock Aviation Site

*Convert the Terminal’s Terrazzo Floor to
  a Chemical-Free, Sustainable Floor
      Airline Rates & Charges

Total Fees
   2009         2010        2011
      $          $           $
 1,538,084    1,545,414   1,738,604

Cost Per Passenger
     $             $         $
   14.76        12.99      14.18
         Questions


Airport Questions –
Except Those About
New Airline Charges
Solid Waste Management

       2011 Budget
Tompkins County Solid Waste Management
          Mission Statement
Our mission is to manage the solid waste of Tompkins
County in a manner that is:
 Environmentally sound
 Cost-effective
 Socially responsible
 Safe

This will be accomplished through coordinated
operational, educational and administrative programs in
 Waste reduction
 Reuse
 Recycling
 Composting
 Disposal
           Total Expenditures

                                       Change
              2010      2011    Dollar    Percent
Target      6,178,738 6,317,993 139,255     2%
One Time       -         -         -            -
Total       6,178,738 6,317,993 139,255     2%


FTE            15       14.5       -        (3%)
  2011 Total Expenditure Breakdown
                                    Total = $6,317,993

     Other Programs
          17%
                                 Recycling
                                   36%


Debt Service
   17%



                      Disposal
                        30%
         OTR Summary: Target

Priority Summary          Requested   Recommended Difference

       Use of Fund
  1    Balance for 2011    $296,988     $296,988      $0
2011 Total Revenue Breakdown
                                            Total: $6,317,993
                       Use of Fund
        Recycling       Balance
        Revenue            5%
          7%

Misc. Revenues
      9%                       Annual Fee
                                  47%




       Disposal Fees
           32%
        Recycling Revenue History
             (average $ per ton)

120
100
 80
 60
 40
 20
  0
      2007      2008         2009   2010
          2010-2011 Fee Comparison
                 Annual Fee




                2010     2011

Residential      $56      $56

Colleges and
Schools      $266,834 $276,991
       2010-2011 Fee Comparison
       Disposal Fee - $80 per ton

         2010
         2010                    2011
                                 2011
Cars
Cars                    Cars
                        Cars
$8 per coupon
$8 per coupon           $8 per coupon
                        $8 per coupon

SUV/Minivans
SUV/Minivans            SUV/Minivans
                        SUV/Minivans
$12 per coupon
$12 per coupon          $14 per coupon
                        $14 per coupon

$12 per punch card
$12 per punch card      $12 per punch card
                        $12 per punch card
 (5 bags or cans)
(5 bags or cans)         (5 bags or cans)
                        (5 bags or cans)
    2010-2011 Fee Comparison
    2010-2011 Fee Comparison
           Yard Waste
           Yard Waste

                   2010
                   2010         2011
                                2011
Large loads
Large loads     $80/Ton
                $80/Ton    $40 per ton
                           $40 per ton

Cars
Cars          $8/coupon
              $8/coupon          Free
                                 Free

SUV/
SUV/          $12/coupon
              $12/coupon         Free
                                 Free
 Minivans
 Minivans
             Waste Diversion History
               (% diversion per staff person)


6.0

5.0

4.0

3.0

2.0

1.0

0.0
      2000   2005             2010              2011   2015
 Five Year Solid Waste Management
                Goals
Achieve 75% waste diversion

Increase recycling revenue
(RSWC contract)

Reduce capital costs

Maintain 10% fund balance

Provide safer and more
efficient service

								
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