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					  City of Kansas City, Mo.
Submitted Activity Budget
         FY 2010 -2011
C I T Y O F K A N S A S C I T Y, M I S S O U R I


 SUBMITTED ACTIVITY BUDGET

      FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011




   Prepared by The Office of Management and Budget
                                                  FisCal yEaR 2011
      dEB hERMann              Bill skaGGs




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                                    Organization Chart
                               City of Kansas City, Missouri

                                                     Citizens of
                                                     Kansas City




 Municipal                                            Mayor &                                        Governor of
Court Judges                                         City Council                                     Missouri




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



                                                     City Manager
  Finance               Information
 Department             Technology
                        Department
                                                                 Water                 Parks &
                                                                                      Recreation                     Police
                                                                Services
     Law                                                                              Department                   Department
                         Aviation                              Department
  Department
                        Department

                                                            Neighborhood &
   Human                                                                              Public Works                    Fire
                      City Planning &                      Community Services
 Resources                                                                            Department                   Department
                       Development                            Department
 Department
                       Department

                                                             Convention &
  General                                                    Entertainment              Health                     Municipal
  Services               Housing                                                                                    Court
                                                               Facilities             Department
 Department
                                                              Department
      CITY OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI


             INTERIM CITY MANAGER
                           Troy Schulte



Aviation                                  Mark VanLoh
City Auditor                              Gary White
City Clerk                                Vickie Thompson
City Planning and Development             Tom Coyle
Convention and Entertainment Facilities   Oscar McGaskey
Finance                                   Randall Landes
Fire                                      Richard “Smokey” Dyer
General Services                          Gerald Smith
Health                                    Rex Archer
Housing                                   Shirley Winn
Human Resources                           Gary O’Bannon
Information Technology                    Ivan Drinks Sr.
Law                                       Galen Beaufort
Municipal Court                           Anthony Miller
Neighborhood and Community Services       David Park, acting
Parks and Recreation                      Mark L. McHenry
Police                                    Jim Corwin
Public Works                              Stanley Harris
Water Services                            Bernardo Garcia
                                     Table of Contents
Transmittal Letter

Budget by Department, Outcome, and Program               1
Aviation                                                 1
   Economic Growth                                       6
    Administration                                       6
    Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport                  7
    Information Services                                 8
    KCI Airport Program                                  9
       KCI Airport Management                            10
       KCI Building Maintenance                          11
       KCI Field Maintenance                             12
       KCI Parking and Bus Services                      13
       KCI Police and Safety                             14
    Marketing Services                                   15
    Richards-Gebaur Memorial Airport                     16
    Debt Service                                         17
    Capital Improvements                                 18
Boards of Election                                       19
  Governance                                             23
   Administration and Registration                       23
   Elections                                             24
City Auditor                                             25
  Governance                                             29
   City Auditor                                          29
City Clerk                                               31
  Governance                                             35
   City Clerk                                            35
City Planning and Development                            37
  Economic Growth                                        42
   Administration                                        42
   Business Attraction and Retention                     43
   City-wide Planning and Research                       44
   Development Management                                45
   Development Services                                  46
   Urban Redevelopment                                   47
   Capital Improvements                                  48
Contingent Appropriation                                 51
  Governance                                             55
   Contingent Appropriation                              55
Convention and Entertainment Facilities                  57
  Economic Growth                                        61
   Administration                                        61
   American Royal Center                                 62
   Convention Center Event Services                      63
   Convention Center Facility Operations                 64
   Convention Center Marketing                           65
   Convention Center Debt Service                        66
Convention and Tourism                                   67
  Economic Growth                                        71
    Convention and Visitors Association                           71
    Jackson County Sports Authority                               72
    Neighborhood Tourist Development                              73
    Performing Arts Center Garage                                 74
    Sprint Center                                                 75
Debt Service                                                      77
  Public Infrastructure                                           81
    Debt Service                                                  81
Economic Development                                              83
  Economic Growth                                                 88
    Super Tax Increment Financing (STIF)                          88
    Tax Increment Financing (TIF)                                 89
    Economic Development Corporation                              90
Finance                                                           91
  Governance                                                      95
	 	 Director’s	Office	 	 	      	         	   	   	   	   	   	   	95
    Accounts                                                       96
    City Treasurer                                                 97
    Revenue                                                        98
Fire                                                              99
   Public Safety                                                  104
    Administration                                                104
    Ambulance Services                                            105
    Fire Alarm and Communications                                 106
    Fire Education                                                107
    Fire Equipment                                                108
    Fire Facilities Maintenance                                   109
    Fire Fighting Force                                           110
    Fire Fleet                                                    111
    Fire Investigations                                           112
    Fire Prevention                                               113
    Fire Station Facility Improvements                            114
    Fire Training                                                 115
    Hazardous Materials                                           116
General Services                                                  117
  Public Infrastructure                                           122
    Administration                                                122
    18th & Vine Operations                                        123
    City Market Operations                                        124
    City Property Management                                      125
    Facilities Management                                         126
    Fleet Acquisition                                             127
    Capital Improvements                                          128
  Governance                                                      129
    MBE/WBE Monitoring                                             129
	 	 Office	Copier	and	Mail	Services	      	   	   	   	   	   	   	130
    Purchasing                                                     131
    Records Management                                             132
    Workforce Safety                                               133
Health                                                            135
  Healthy Community                                               140
    Administration                                                140
   Aim4Peace                                                  141
   Air Quality                                                142
   Communicable Diseases                                      143
   Family Health Services                                     144
   Food Protection Services                                   145
   Health and Medical Records                                 146
   Health Building Operations                                 147
   HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control                            148
   Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention                            149
   Public Health Information                                  150
   Public Health Inspections                                  151
   Rodent Control                                             152
   Sexually Transmitted Diseases                              153
Health and Medical Care                                       155
  Healthy Community                                           159
   Health Centers                                             159
   Hospital Services                                          160
Housing                                                       161
  Neighborhood Livability                                     165
   Housing Services Administration                            165
   Housing Development                                        166
   Housing Financial Assistance                               167
   Housing Rehabilitation                                     168
   Home Weatherization                                        169
   Public Facilities Support                                  170
   Section 108 Debt                                           171
   Capital Improvements                                       172
Human Resources                                               173
  Governance                                                  177
    Administration                                             177
	 	 Benefits	 	      	 	      	      	    	   	   	   	   	   	178
    Compensation                                               179
    Edcucation and Training                                    180
    Labor and Employee Relations                               181
    Recruitment and Selection                                  182
    Retirement                                                 183
Information Technology                                        185
   Governance                                                 190
   Administration                                             190
   Court Management System                                    191
   Enterprise Infrastructure Management                       192
   Enterprise/Public Safety Support                           193
   Enterprise System Maintenance                              194
   Geographic Information Systems                             195
   Informational Technology Planning                          196
   Intra/Internet Services                                    197
   Municipal / KIVA Permitting System                         198
   Personal Computer Support                                  199
   Revenue Systems                                            200
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority                     201
  Economic Growth                                             205
   Area Transportation Authority                              205
    Special Transit Services                                  206
Kansas City Museum                                            207
  Economic Growth                                             211
    Kansas City Museum                                        211
Law                                                           213
  Governance                                                  217
    Civil Rights Enforcement                                  217
    Legal Services                                            218
  Public Safety                                               219
    Domestic Violence Court Program                           219
Municipal Court                                               221
 Public Safety                                                225
    Municipal Court                                           225
    Indigent Legal Defense                                    226
    Municipal Court Prosecution                               227
Neighborhood and Community Services                           229
  Neighborhood Livability                                     234
    Administration                                            234
    Abandoned Vehicle Towing                                  235
    Neighborhood Services                                     236
    Nuisance Code Abatement                                   237
    Property Code Inspections                                 238
    Regulated Industries                                      239
  Healthy Community                                           240
    Animal Health and Public Safety                           240
    Family Support Services                                   241
    Homeless Initiatives                                      242
    Senior Adult Services                                     243
    Social Services Administration                            244
    Youth Services                                            245
  Public Safety                                               246
    Correctional Services                                     246
Office of the City Manager                                    247
  Governance                                                  252
	 	 City	Manager’s	Office	    	      	    	   	   	   	   	   	252
    311 Call Center                                            253
    City Communications                                        254
    Environmental Compliance                                   255
    Internal Auditor                                           256
    Legislative Assistance                                     257
    Muncipal Memberships                                       258
	 	 Office	of	Management	and	Budget	 	    	   	   	   	   	   	259
    Special Projects                                           260
  Public Safety                                               261
    Emergency Management                                      261
    Emergency Medical Services                                262
Offices of the Mayor and City Council                         263
  Governance                                                  267
	 	 Office	of	the	Mayor	 	        	   	   	   	   	   	   	   	267
	 	 Office	of	the	City	Council	   	   	   	   	   	   	   	   	268
Parks and Recreation                                          269
  Neighborhood Livability                                      275
   Administration                                              275
   Park Maintenance Services                                   276
   Park Planning and Design Services                           277
   Park Property Maintenance                                   278
   Capital Improvements                                        279
  Healthy Community                                            281
   Aquatics                                                    281
   Athletics                                                   282
   Community Centers                                           283
   Cultural Facilities and Activities                          284
   Golf Course Operations                                      285
   Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park                           286
   Liberty Memorial                                            287
   Plaza Tennis Center Operations                              288
   Youth Services                                              289
   Zoo                                                         290
   Capital Improvements                                        291
  Public Infrastructure                                        292
   Boulevard and Parkways                                      292
   Right-of-Way Tree Trimming and Mowing                       293
   Capital Improvements                                        294
Police                                                         295
  Public Safety                                                301
    Administration                                              301
    Communications                                              302
    Crime Lab                                                   303
    Detention Services                                          304
    Facilities Maintenance                                      305
    Fiscal                                                      306
    Fleet Management                                            307
    Helicopter Unit                                             308
    Homeland Security                                           309
    Human Resources                                             310
    Information Technology                                      311
    Internal Affairs                                            312
    Investigations                                              313
    Mounted Patrol                                              314
    Narcotics and Vice                                          315
	 	 Office	of	Community	Complaints	    	   	   	   	   	   	   	316
    Patrol and Patrol Administration                            317
    Planning and Research                                       318
	 	 Police	Employee	Benefits	 	        	   	   	   	   	   	   	319
    Public Safety Sales Tax Program                             320
    Records Management                                          321
    Tactical Operations                                         322
	 	 Traffic		 	        	 	       	     	   	   	   	   	   	   	323
    Training                                                    324
    Violent Crimes Division                                     325
    Youth Outreach                                              326
Public Works                                                   327
  Public Infrastructure                                           333
    Administration                                                 333
    Bridge Maintenance                                             334
    Infrastructure Planning                                        335
    Sidewalks                                                      336
    Snow and Ice Removal                                           337
    Street Maintenance                                             338
    Street Markings                                                339
    Street Preservation                                            340
    Street Signs                                                   341
	 	 Traffic	Permits	 	 	        	      	      	   	   	   	   	   	342
	 	 Traffic	Signals	   	 	      	      	      	   	   	   	   	   	343
    Transportation Engineering and Planning                        344
    Capital Improvements                                           345
  Neighborhood Livability                                         346
    Clean Neighborhoods                                            346
	 	 Graffiti	Abatement	Program	 	     	       	   	   	   	   	   	347
    Illegal Dumping Abatement                                      348
    Leaf and Brush Disposal                                        349
    Street Lighting                                                350
    Capital Improvements                                           351
  Healthy Community                                               352
    Bulky Item Collection                                         352
    Recycling                                                     353
    Residential Trash Collection                                  354
  Economic Growth                                                 355
    Parking Control                                               355
    Parking Garages                                               356
Water Services                                                    357
 Public Infrastructure                                            362
	 	 Office	of	the	Director	   	       	       	   	   	   	   	   	362
    Administration                                                 363
    Business Operations                                            364
    Catch Basin Cleaning and Repair                                365
    Customer Services                                              366
    Engineering Services                                           367
    Fleet Maintenance                                              368
    Laboratory Services                                            369
    Reading and Service                                            370
    Stormwater Services                                            371
    Water Line Maintenance                                         372
    Water Treatment and Supply                                     373
    Debt Service                                                   374
    Capital Improvements                                           375
  Healthy Community                                               377
    Household Hazardous Waste                                     377
    Industrial Waste Control                                      378
    Sewer Line Maintenance                                        379
    Wastewater Treatment                                          380
    Capital Improvements                                          381
Interfund Services
	 Capital	Projects	Office	(CPO)	      	       	   	   	   	   	   	383
  City Security Services                                                     384
  Duplicating Services                                                       385
  Fleet Management                                                           386
  Mailroom Services                                                          387
  Risk Management - City Insurance                                           388
  Risk Management - Legal Claims                                             389
  Risk Management - Workers’ Compensation                                    390
  Workforce Safety                                                           391

Capital Improvements Program                                                 393
  Table A- Capital Improvements Program- Revenues by Source                  393
  Table B- Capital Improvements Program- By Category                         394
  Table C- Capital Improvements Program- Traditional                         396
  Table D- Capital Improvements Program- By Fund                             398

Personnel Schedule                                                           401
  FY 2010-11 Submitted Budget Full-time Equivalent Positions by Dept.        401

Budget Summaries – Schedules I – XVI                                         403
  All Funds Summaries                                                         403
   Schedule I – Comparison of Expenditures by Purpose and Program             403
   Schedule II – Comparison of Expenditures by Appropriation Unit and Program 404
   Schedule III – Comparison of Expenditures by Fund                          405
   Schedule IV – Comparison of Expenditures by Department                     407
   Schedule V – Comparison of Expenditures by Program and Department          408
   Schedule VI – Comparison of Revenues by Major Sources and Program          410
   Schedule VII – Comparison of Revenues by Fund                              412
  General Fund Summaries                                                      414
   Schedule VIII – Comparison of Revenues by Source                           414
   Schedule IX – Comparison of Expenditures by Purpose and Department         416
   Schedule X – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Fund
         Balance                                                              417
  Special Revenue Fund Summaries                                              418
   Schedule XI – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures and Change in Fund
         Balance                                                              418
      Park Maintenance Fund                                                  418
      Boulevard Maintenance Fund                                             419
      Motor Fuel Tax Fund                                                    420
      Infrastructure and Maintenance Fund                                    421
      Local Use Tax Fund                                                     422
      Parking Garage Fund (11th and Oak Garage)                              423
      Hazardous Materials Sales Tax Fund                                     424
      Community Centers Fund                                                 425
      Zoo Fund                                                               426
      General Debt and Interest Fund                                         427
      Street Light Debt Fund                                                 428
      Museum Fund                                                            429
      Golf Operations Fund                                                   430
	 	 	 Trafficway	Maintenance	Fund	      	     	   	     	      	        	   	431
      Public Mass Transportation Fund                                        432
      Hodge Park Fund                                                        433
      Kemper-Butler Garage Fund                                              434
      Ambulance Services                                                     435
      Kansas City Transportation Authority Sales Tax Fund                    436
      Fire Sales Tax Fund                                                    437
      Public Safety Sales Tax Fund                                           438
      Health Levy Fund                                                       439
      Police Drug Enforcement Fund                                           440
      Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund                                  441
      Convention and Tourism Fund                                            442
      Police Grants Fund                                                     443
      Arterial Street Impact Fee Fund                                        444
      Youth Employment Fund                                                  445
      Domestic Violence Shelter Operations Fund                              446
      Governmental Grants Fund                                               447
      Neighborhood Stabilization Grants Fund                                 448
      ARRA Stimulus Grant Fund                                               449
	 	 	 Brownfield	Revolving	Loan	Fund	 	          	      	   	   	   	       	450
      Ryan White HIV/AIDS Grant Fund                                         451
      Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS                            452
      HUD Lead-Based Paint Grant                                             453
      Inmate Security Fund                                                   454
      Capital Improvements Fund                                              455
      Liberty Memorial Project Fund                                          456
      Downtown Arena Project Fund                                            457
      Special Allocation Fund                                                458
      Super TIF Americana Hotel Fund                                         459
      Super TIF 12th and Wyandotte Fund                                      460
      Super TIF Midtown Fund                                                 461
      Super TIF Uptown Fund                                                  462
      Super TIF Valentine Fund                                               463
      Super TIF Hotel President Fund                                         464
      Super TIF Hotel Phillips Fund                                          465
      Super TIF Savoy Bar and Grill Fund                                     466
      Super TIF Union Hill Fund                                              467
      Super TIF Brush Creek Fund                                             468
      Super TIF East Village Fund                                            469
      Super TIF 909 Walnut Fund                                              470
      KC Downtown Redevelopment District Debt Fund                           471
      Super TIF HOK Sport Garage                                             472
      Super TIF Pershing Road IRS Fund                                       473
      Super TIF H&R Block Fund                                               474
      Convention and Sports Complex Fund                                     475
      Super TIF Aladdin Hotel Fund                                           476
      Super TIF Briarcliff West Fund                                         477
      Special Housing Rehabilitation Fund                                    478
      Liberty Memorial Endowment Trust Fund                                  479
Enterprise Funds Summaries                                                  480
  Schedule XII – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Cash
      Reserves                                                              480
   Water Fund                                                               480
   Sewer Fund                                                               481
   Stormwater Fund                                                          482
   Stormwater Grant Fund                                                  483
   Kansas City Airports Fund                                              484
   DEA Drug Forfeiture Fund                                               485
   Richards-Gebaur KC Southern Railway Fund                               486
   Passenger Facility Charge Operating Fund                               487
   Customer Facility Charge Operating Fund                                488
   Special Facilities Bond Fund                                           489
   Municipal Auditorium Parking Garage Fund                               490
Special Assessment Funds Summaries                                         491
  Schedule XIII – Comparison of Revenues, Expenditures, and Change in Cash
      Reserve                                                              491
   Revolving Public Improvements Fund                                     491
   Sewer Special Assessment Fund                                          492
   Dodson Sewer District Assessment Fund                                  493
   Neighborhood Improvement District General Obligation Bond Fund         494
Federal Funds Summaries                                                   495
  Schedule XIV – Comparison of Revenues and Expenditures and Change in
      Fund Balance                                                        495
   Community Development Funds                                            495
   Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds                                496
   Economic Development Initiative – HUD Fund                             497
   Home Investment Fund                                                   498
Budget Summaries                                                          499
  Schedule XV – General Budget Summaries                                  499
   General Funds Supported                                                499
   Special Revenue Funds                                                  500
   Public Enterprise Funds                                                505
   Special Assessment Funds                                               506
Inter-Fund Transfer Summaries                                             507
   Schedule XVI – Summary of Inter-Fund Transfers                         507
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DATE:          February 11, 2010

TO:            Honorable Mayor Mark Funkhouser
               Members of the City Council

FROM:          Troy M. Schulte, Interim City Manager

SUBJECT:       City Manager’s Submitted Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-11

I hereby submit for your consideration the budget for the City’s fiscal year beginning
May 1, 2010 and ending April 30, 2011. This budget reflects total planned expenditures of
$1,308,329,810 – an increase of $15,551,369 or 1.2% over the FY 2009-10 adopted budget for
the City as a whole. However, this growth is in the Enterprise Funds, which increase $26.8 million
over FY 2009-10; expenditures in the General Fund supported programs will decrease by
$9,984,891.

It should be noted that this budget does not incorporate Ordinance 090981, which established the
Special Allocation Agency Fund and will require that adjustments be made to existing tax
increment finance funds. I will work with you during your budget deliberation to ensure that this
ordinance is fully implemented in the budget ordinance that you adopt.

• Changes since the Preliminary Budget

As I indicated in my transmittal of the Preliminary FY 2010-11 Budget to the Mayor on January 15,
2010, some of the specific details of the budget had not yet been fully resolved but would be
before this budget submittal. Departmental staff was able to identify $4,285,666 in specific
programmatic and personnel reductions that minimize frontline service interruption. These
changes have been incorporated into the budget.

The $4.3 million of reductions include eliminating 18 filled and four vacant positions, charging the
equivalent of 21.5 positions ($1,175,749) to capital maintenance funding, saving $250,000 by
eliminating a contract to manage the recycling drop-off centers by using city staff, reducing
overtime by $361,563, and a number of other reductions. The full list of changes is below.

In addition to these reductions, $500,000 was added in the General Fund for the Apartment
Rebate Program following passage of Ordinance No. 080935 and $37,976 was added to the
property tax collection and assessment program. These changes, in addition to the programmatic
and personnel reductions, lower the recommended funding going to the fund balance of the
General Fund from $871,100 to $243,496.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 11, 2010
Page 2 of 15


Funding in the amount of $34,896 was added in the Health Levy Fund for property tax collection
and assessment. Furthermore, the movement of programs between departments that occurred in
the final refinements of the budget is noted below as well.


Department                 Activity/Service                                                     Amount

City Development           Partially charge Brownfield Coordinator to grants                     $70,000
                           Reduce area planning efforts                                           42,206
                                                                                      Total     $112,206

Law                        Reduce internet-based legal research funding                          $70,000

City Manager               Allocate a portion of the Federal Lobbyist to Water Services         $ 50,000
                           Reduce consultant services                                              7,715
                           Increase charges for EMS Health Director to Fire Department            10,165
                           Eliminate two filled positions in City Communications                 164,820
                           Increase administrative charge to EECBG grant                          18,221
                                                                                       Total    $331,421

Finance                    Eliminate one filled labor position and seven filled
                             management positions                                               $398,505
                           Reduce postage and printing funding                                    30,000
                                                                                      Total     $428,505

General Services           Charge staff to capital maintenance funds                            $ 75,749
                           Move Safety Manager to General Services Fund                           117,778
                                                                                      Total      $193,527

Human Resources            Eliminate two filled management positions                             $92,902
                           Increase charges to Unemployment Compensation Fund                     50,000
                           Reduce training services and benchmarking activities                   48,260
                           Reduce pre-employment costs                                            17,335
                                                                                      Total     $208,497

Information Technology     Eliminate one filled management position                              $66,177
                           Reduce/streamline software maintenance costs                          181,409
                           Reduce Lotus Notes conversion funding                                 238,473
                                                                                      Total     $486,059

Parks and Recreation       Charge staff to capital maintenance funds                            $400,000
                           Eliminate two filled positions – one each management and labor         112,791
                           Reduce overtime                                                        254,000
                           Eliminate four vacant positions                                        259,133
                                                                                    Total      $1,025,924

Public Works               Staff recycling centers with City staff                              $250,000
                           Charge staff to capital maintenance funds                              600,000
                           Reduce overtime                                                        107,563
                           Eliminate three filled management positions                            213,189
                           Automate security at Coal Mine Rd facility                             137,035
                           Charge two traffic administrators to Public Mass Transit funds         121,740
                                                                                       Total   $1,429,527
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 11, 2010
Page 3 of 15


Additions/Subtractions
Public Works               Apartment Rebate Program                                          $500,000
Finance                    Property Tax and Collection                                         72,872
Neighborhood &
 Community Services        Missouri Emergency Shelter Grant                                   (15,000)

Program Changes
    Transfer Office of Disability from City Manager to General Services
    Redirect savings from mailroom collaboration to Workforce Safety training
    Transfer web production management from City Manager to Information Technology
    Transfer Project Prepare from Parks and Recreation to City Manager

As such, this budget reflects the continuing effects and consequences of the ongoing downturn in
the local and national economy which makes it one of the most difficult to prepare in the City’s
recent history, following on the heels of a current year budget that eliminated over $87 million.
The timing of the recession has been such that it has taken the 2009-10 and 2010-11 City budget
cycles to make the necessary adjustments, reduce services and close projected deficits
exceeding $150 million.

• This budget reduces and eliminates programs and services.

The $65 million current service level shortfall is very real and will have a noticeable impact on city
services. The budgetary shortfall was balanced in a myriad of ways:

      • Service reductions such as fewer park property mowing;
      • Reductions below the current service level budget requested by the KCMO Police
          Department;
      • Deferral of prized programs such as the paint program and indigent civil legal defense;
      • Reductions to outside agencies who provide critical services to the City, such as the
          Economic Development Council, and to regional amenities;
      • Deferral until future years of costs such as fully addressing the City's prior-year TIF
          liability;
      • Reduced training and development opportunities for city staff;
      • Programmatic restructuring to eliminate administrative costs and better align common
          service areas;
      • The elimination of over 100 vacant positions across all departments;
      • Increases in service fees such as increased regulated industries, street fees, and a
          doubling of trash tags;
      • Adjusting property tax levies to State authorized rates so that City collections are
          stabilized and not reduced due to declining property values;
      • A partial restructuring of the City's debt portfolio to capture interest savings and to better
          align underperforming economic debt with more realistic revenues;
      • Capturing of new revenue streams such as additional wireless phone revenues and red
          light cameras;
      • Reduced spending on capital maintenance needs thus increasing the backlog of
          infrastructure in need of repair; and
      • Wage freezes and benefit reductions for all city employees.
City of Kansas City, Missouri
Submitted Budget Transmittal Letter
February 11, 2010
Page 4 of 15


All of these options are less than ideal and will have the impact of further slowing the ability to
respond. It will be my challenge and that of the City staff to change our service delivery methods
so that the impact of these reductions is minimized.

The budget presented for your consideration attempts to structurally balance the budget and
protects core services simultaneously. While accomplishing these objectives requires further
sacrifice on the part of all City employees and residents, the burden of balancing the budget does
not fall entirely on one element. The workforce is reduced further, taxes and fees are increased,
no wage increases will be given, capital maintenance is at less than desired levels, and important
programs are reduced, deferred and/or eliminated. However, a structurally balanced budget has
been crafted for your consideration where current revenues equal current expenditures, General
Fund reserves are increased, and capital maintenance spending, while reduced, is preserved at a
productive level thanks in large part to the emphasis on maintenance in the capital improvements
sales tax. Unfortunately, a further targeted reduction in force must be part of this budget in order
to close the large gap and maintain structural balance. However, every effort has been taken with
this budget to eliminate the need for across-the-board workforce reductions.

• The City’s Surge Capacity is Greatly Diminished

The proposed FY 2010-11 budget marks the third consecutive year that staffing of non-public
safety general government services is greatly reduced. The 1,956.6 FTE positions proposed for
FY 2010-11 is 531.5 fewer than budgeted in FY 2007-08 – a 21.4% reduction. To compensate
for such dramatic staffing reductions, the City is pursuing creative solutions as well as the use of
technology and alternative service delivery methods. However, city government remains a labor
intensive activity and reductions in the people available to perform needed tasks strains our ability
to deliver ordinary day-to-day services, and, in fact, we are experiencing gradual erosion in the
quality of some services and this is reflected in the citizen satisfaction survey.

While the city is definitely strained in its delivery of ordinary services, when it comes to an
extraordinary circumstance, such as the recent atypical snow storms, the City’s ability to respond
to surge conditions is far below what we desire it to be. While we mobilized all of our equipment
capable of removing snow, utilized all of our staff qualified to drive snow plows and salt trucks,
and worked our staff and equipment around the clock plowing, salting, and sanding our streets,
the results still fell short of expectations. While we are preparing new plans for attacking future
similar events and pursuing mutual aid agreements and contractual assistance to supplement city
crews and equipment, I believe our experience with the recent snow storms is an illustrative
example of our overall reduced operating capacity and clearly an example of our dramatically
diminished capability to address a surge situation.

The circumstances in Public Works Streets Maintenance is reasonably representative of virtually
all non-public safety operating functions throughout the City as it has seen its number of
authorized FTEs steadily decline – from 174 in 1998 to 109 today. Benchmarking data collected
in 2001 and presented to the City Council in April 2002 demonstrates that even when street
maintenance staffing was at or about 174, it was by no means “fat.” That benchmarking report
showed that Kansas City ranked last among twelve comparable cities (including St. Louis,
Wichita, Memphis, Nashville, Austin, Minneapolis, Omaha, Salt Lake City, and others) in street
maintenance employees per thousand lane miles. At that time Kansas City had 30 street
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maintenance employees per thousand lane miles, which was 17 FTEs below the 12 city median
of 47. Today, Kansas City has 17.6 FTEs per thousand lane miles.

The benchmarking data also ranked Kansas City last in terms of heavy equipment per thousand
lane miles of street at 15.3 units per thousand lane miles. The median was 19.4 units. Kansas
City also ranked nearly last in terms of light equipment per thousand lane miles with 5.6 units
compared to a median of 11.5. Yet, only one of the comparable cities performed more routine
street maintenance functions (17) than did Kansas City (16). The Competitive Review Committee
report in 2002 also stated that Kansas City contracted for more street maintenance functions (6)
than all but one of the other cities in the comparison group, and the median was three. Therefore,
there was some explanation for the lower staff and equipment numbers compared to the scope of
services provided.

While this benchmark data is eight years old, the city has only reduced staffing since that time,
and I believe a current benchmarking study of other basic service delivery functions would
produce similar results. As budgets have gotten tighter and staff and equipment have been
eliminated, it has become necessary to be more resourceful in our approach to service delivery.
However, this resourcefulness is approaching its limit, and while there probably remain some
alternative approaches that will enable us to continue adequately performing routine functions, we
have reached, if not exceeded, our capacity to address the extraordinary or to take on new or
expanded programs and initiatives without additional human, technological, and financial
resources.

In the year ahead, the City needs to focus on providing those services authorized in the budget at
the levels of service funded in the budget. We cannot reasonably expect to expand any existing
service or add any new service without other existing services suffering. No excess capacity
remains within the basic service providing departments to do more without supplemental
resources.

The budgetary gap is too large to address only from one side of the equation; therefore, this
budget proposal involves adjustments to both revenues and expenditures. Revenues must be
raised and expenditures reduced to reach budgetary balance. If the budget as presented can be
fully achieved, the City should be able to reap the dividends in future years from this structurally
balanced budget. However, getting to this point of balance has required expenditure reductions
as well as increases in fees and taxes. The many and varied means of bringing this proposed
budget into balance are summarized below:

• This budget attempts to meet current Council priorities.

At a retreat in September 2009, the Mayor and City Council agreed on their top three priorities for
the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2010. Those areas include an approach towards maximizing
current revenues available for the City to spend on services, economic development, and
neighborhood preservation. In these times of fiscal austerity, these priorities can only be
addressed by focusing existing staff capacity in the achievement of these objectives and within
the City’s already constrained resources. These priorities are consistent with the long-term
priorities developed as a part of the FOCUS Kansas City strategic planning process and approved
by the Council in the late 1990's. This proposed budget attempts to meet annual and long-term
priorities in the following ways:
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Revenue Maximization

    Collection and Enforcement strategies
            • Continued implementation of the earnings tax initiative, as developed by the
               Chamber of Commerce Business Leadership Council, that seeks to streamline the
               collection processes for the largest single revenue stream that the City collects;
            • Continued updating of the regulations governing the collection of taxes such as the
               business licenses changes that were approved by the City Council in December
               2009, and upcoming reviews of the hotel motel tax and restaurant tax collection
               procedures that will be brought before the Council in early 2010;
            • Funding is provided to continue implementation of an e-ticketing solution that will
               streamline the City's traffic and neighborhood code enforcement efforts;
            • Improvements in the speed of applying and collecting special assessments for
               mowing of vacant properties, dangerous buildings, and sidewalks that will improve
               the collection percentages on those efforts.

    Growth strategies
          • Simplification and streamlining of the development review processes as a
               mechanism to make City Hall more user friendly and more conducive to economic
               development. In the fall of 2009, staff organized a Development Review
               Roundtable to bring economic development stakeholders together to suggest ways
               to improve City review processes. It is envisioned that this development
               roundtable will continue to be utilized as a mechanism to provide feedback on
               problems and improvements in the City's development review processes.

    Mechanisms and Tax Structure
         • New revenue streams such as the waste tire disposal fees and property code
             reinspection fees are being developed and potentially placed before residents in
             2010 that would allow the City to recover current costs for nuisance abatement
             activities.
         • Continual review of current fees and charges to insure that costs of providing City
             services are recovered at an appropriate level.

    Grants Management
           • Redeployment of existing staff to identify new opportunities to support programs
             currently supported by City resources. Recent efforts to identify alternative funding
             for youth and crime prevention have been successful and will be expanded. A
             focus of attention will remain on opportunities to leverage City funding for
             additional grant resources in the Green Impact Zone. In addition, staff will be also
             be developing a governing grants policy that establishes the City's framework to
             seek out new grant initiatives and the programmatic commitments that go with
             those grants.

Economic Development

            •    Recent announcements have shown that the City is struggling to compete with the
                 use of incentives to attract and retain quality jobs within Kansas City. These recent
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                 announcements have shown that while the City can assemble competitive
                 packages, we are unable to compete head to head with the resources of a state.
                 The solution to this problem lies in Jefferson City and current City resources need
                 to be targeted at leveling the playing field for projects within the City.
            •    In the upcoming year, and under the direction of the Assistant City Manager for
                 economic development, the City will focus its staff talent along with the EDC on
                 identifying local partnerships that can leverage additional resources which address
                 unmet needs in entrepreneurship, small business assistance, and workforce
                 development efforts. While Kansas City alone cannot fund these initiatives, it can
                 collaborate and facilitate the mobilization of other resources in the City and region
                 to achieve common goals.

  Neighborhood Preservation

     Infrastructure strategies
             • With limited funds, the proposed budget recommends a prioritization of available
                resources on basic neighborhood infrastructure. Funding for sidewalks,
                streetlights, catch basins, and even street signs and markings is given priority over
                other city needs. Investments in a sidewalk, quick repair of a streetlight, or even
                the painting of crosswalks in school zones can have a significant positive impact
                on the citizen perception of neighborhood vitality.
             • This budget also reallocates capital maintenance funds to street reconstruction. A
                section of Wornall Road has been selected to be reconstructed along with the
                supporting infrastructure (water and sewer lines if necessary) to begin the
                necessary repairs of aging infrastructure that must be replaced and can no longer
                be patched.

    Maintaining Population Density and Property Maintenance programs
           • I am recommending that the City Council begin targeting or prioritizing of current
               resources such as weed abatement, illegal dumping clean-up and building
               demolition to maximize the return on those investments. While a triage approach
               requires that needs in certain areas be deferred, it also allows the City to focus and
               maximize the impact within a targeted area.
           • This budget strives to maintain current funding dedicated to neighborhood
               preservation by preserving the retaining most of the staffing associated with such
               basic amenities as property code enforcement and animal control. When the fiscal
               situation improves, additional resources can easily be directed without having to
               totally rebuild these important programs.

    Housing strategies
          • This budget through the development and approval of the FY 2010-11
               Consolidated Plan will again target federal entitlement resources to improving the
               City's overall housing environment. From down payment assistance to support of
               minor home repair and rehabilitation programs through the work of our community
               development corporations, efforts at revitalizing our communities will continue.
          • The focus of Housing and Neighborhood staff in FY 2010-11 will be to resolve all
               compliance issues with HUD and the receiver so that the HEDFC receivership can
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                 be closed and the housing assets are liquidated or transferred back to the City as
                 soon as possible.

    Maximizing Civic Engagement
          • Without the commitment of additional resources, this budget proposes to again
              allocate existing staff time to develop opportunities to expand civic engagement.
              Volunteer task forces, structured as citizen review committees, will be created to
              leverage the best ideas of the private sector and expand the understanding of City
              service delivery. Volunteer efforts will also focus on youth enrichment by
              leveraging current stakeholders.

• The impact of the local and national economy on the FY 2010-11 budget.

The budget presented for your consideration anticipates that the current economic recession
gripping the nation will continue for Kansas City for the majority of the FY 2010-11 fiscal year and
holds out hope for signs of recovery beginning in the City’s 4th quarter. Revenue assumptions are
predicated on unemployment rates slowly improving, corporate profits holding steady, property
valuation declines moderating as the housing and mortgage crises slowly recede, business
investment gradually improving, sales tax growing slightly over current year estimates but 6
percent below the FY 2009-10 adopted budget, and earnings tax collections returning to just
above FY09 collections, a modest growth of 1 percent over estimated FY 2009-10.

All in all, current revenues in General Fund supported funds are estimated to increase by 1.6% or
$8.5 million dollars over the FY 2010-11 adopted budget. This increase obscures the fact that a
new revenue stream – red light camera fines – is $3.5 million of the growth, that the General
Purpose Property Tax levy is recommended to be raised to state authorized levels, which adds
collections of $2 million, and that an additional $1.4 million of on-going wireless telephone
revenues was added to the base. The net revenue growth without these three adjustments is
0.3%.

An upward adjustment to state authorized levels for the Health Property Tax Levy in the amount
of $2 million is also recommended in order to maintain current year funding levels for indigent
health care providers, including the Health Department. Given the backdrop of the national health
care debate the ability to maintain current service levels is preferable to any decline.

Attachment A at the end of this message summarizes the myriad of revenue changes that are
anticipated with this budget.

• The projected current service level budgetary imbalance for FY 2010-11 exceeded $65 million.

With the sluggish local economy producing essentially flat revenue growth, any attempt to build a
structurally balanced budget would also have to address the following cost drivers:
        • council commitments for additional infrastructure and private lot maintenance;
        • funding for the August 2010 and November 2010 state elections as well as the
            February 2011 and March 2011 city elections;
        • unresolved current year issues, including the apartment rebate program, police budget
            reductions, permanent funding of the $8 million G.O. debt levy gap, and the use of
            capital maintenance funds to support basic operations;
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        •   additional General Fund support for KC Live debt;
        •   addressing prior-year TIF liabilities; and
        •   general fund support for underperforming economic development debt.

The resulting current service level budgetary imbalance exceeded $65 million for the year or the
equivalent of 12.5% of all General Fund-supported expenditures in the current year. The
magnitude of this imbalance and the desire to submit a structurally balanced budget required
significant reductions to the organization.

• This budget is structurally balanced.

The budget presented for your consideration has limited structural deficiencies. Adequate
reserves are provided. While at a reduced level, capital maintenance funding is provided and no
one-time resources are used to balance the budget in the funds supported by the General Fund.
Employee training is provided equivalent to one percent of employee compensation and fixed
costs such as utilities and anticipated workers’ compensation costs are funded at appropriate
levels.

• The fund balance in the General Fund exceeds recommended levels

Reserves in the General Fund are adequately funded above the recommended eight percent of
General Fund expenditures. In fact, this budget adds $243,496 to fund balance to reach 8.9% of
expenditures.

• This budget protects the most basic neighborhood services.

The proposed budget protects to the fullest extent possible the most basic neighborhood services.
Reductions to core services such as residential trash collection, illegal dumping abatement,
animal control, building demolition, and neighborhood code enforcement have been minimized to
the extent possible. This budget recommends $400,000 of additional funds for nuisance
abatement, for a total of $800,000, so that we can keep up with the pressures presented by the
housing and foreclosure crises.

Funding for the graffiti removal program is eliminated but it should be noted that, although
originally funded in the FY 2008-09 budget, the program was never started due to continual hiring
freezes.

• This budget maintains the City’s commitment to fixing its infrastructure.

Including the 15 percent allocation of the capital improvements sales tax for maintenance, a total
of $35.1 million is provided for ongoing capital maintenance in the upcoming budget. Addressing
the capital maintenance backlog is essential to sustaining structural balance. Full details of the
FY 2010-11 through FY 2014-15 Capital Improvements Program can be found in Attachment C of
this budget message. It should be noted that the recent serious decline in sales tax collections
may require further reductions in the one-cent sales tax allocations for FY 2010-11. Staff
continues monitoring the collections and should further reductions be needed, the Public
Improvements Advisory Committee will be reassembled to make the necessary adjustments.
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The Citywide Capital Improvements Program increases the Beacon Hill Infrastructure project by
$400,000 to address historic underfunding of projects within the Third Council District. A
redirection of $2.3 million from Street Preservation is recommended to fund a Street
Reconstruction Program. It is anticipated that Wornall Road from Ward Parkway to 89th Street
will be reconstructed with a new base and new pavement. As this roadway section is under
construction, the Water Services Department will investigate and replace water and sewer lines
as needed. This roadway section was selected from the backlog as it has the highest average
daily trips and is the most cost-effective.

This budget does not recommend an additional $5 million from non-sales tax resources be
provided to the capital maintenance needs of the City. Ordinance No. 070848, adopted by the
Mayor and City Council on August 16, 2007 directed the City Manager to include this funding
unless this increase was fiscally imprudent and justification was provided in this transmittal letter.
In the current year $4.1 million of the $5 million increase was allocated for salaries and not bricks
and mortar in order to save 100 labor jobs. The economic circumstances have not significantly
changed and we are doing everything possible to maintain funding to retain jobs this year.

• This budget maintains the City’s commitment to public safety.

Historically, even during difficult economic times, the budgets for public safety programs have
generally increased. Unfortunately, the depth of the current economic downturn is such that even
the Police and Fire Department budgets are not immune from reduction. General Fund support
for the Police and Fire Department in the FY 2009-10 budget was reduced by $9.1 million and
$1.1 million respectively. No one wishes to reduce funding for public safety, but again, the impact
of spreading these cost reductions only among non-public safety functions would have
jeopardized the ability to sustain a structurally balanced budget and maintain other basic service
obligations.

In the FY 2010-11 budget, the Police and Fire budgets are among the few to show an increase in
General Fund support. In order to avoid a situation of forced attrition and the reduction of law
enforcement personnel the Police budget is increased from $176.4 million to $181.3 million, with
$2.6 million of the increase coming from federal stimulus funding. The net increase of $2.3
million, or 1.3%, is in line with the growth in current General Fund revenues. Under state law and
after excluding the Public Safety Sales Tax, the City is required to provide at least 20 percent of
all unrestricted General Fund revenues to the Kansas City Police Department. This budget still
provides over $40 million more than the statutory requirement.

This budget recommends that operational costs of the Kansas City Fire Department be increased
by $310,462, or 0.3%. The small increase is accomplished primarily by the negotiated work rule
changes in the Collective Bargaining Agreement with Local 42 and the ability to merge
emergency medical training with Metropolitan Ambulance Services Trust (MAST) as it is brought
in-house. In fact, the overall budget for the Fire Department increases by $16.5 million and 332
employees and reflects the integration of MAST into the City of Kansas City, Missouri Fire
Department as all of the operational and administrative activities for ambulance services are
included in the budget. Immediate savings in ambulance service is recognized in the budget by
the reduction of the transfer from the Health Levy from $11 million to $9.4 million or savings of
$1.6 million in the next fiscal year. The various committees and consultants continue to work
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toward not only making the merger of Fire and MAST a reality by May 1, 2010, but also one that
is as smooth as possible.

• This budget will require a salary freeze for all City employees.

The largest single category of expenditure of City resources is employee compensation. The
proposed FY 2010-11 budget anticipates that all City employee salaries, including all public safety
employees, will be frozen for the second consecutive year. This freeze will save the City over
$5.8 million in all City operations (excluding Police) and $3.9 million in the General Fund
supported funds. The savings realized in the first year could not have been accomplished without
the willingness of our labor partners to amend their existing labor agreements with the City. I
cannot express my gratitude in strong enough terms and hope that once again we can reach
agreement on a fair and just path forward.

Unfortunately, I must also ask City employees not only to forego wage increases but to take a
further reduction in benefits as well. I am recommending that the City reduce the number of paid
holidays from ten to six for the 2010-11 fiscal year only. The suggested holidays are Memorial
Day, Independence Day, Veterans Day, and Presidents Day. These holidays are still days off,
but those employees not required to work will not receive pay. By no means is the selection of
these four days meant to diminish the significance of those holidays; rather, the intent was to
spread out the impact on the employee of the reduction in pay. This elimination of paid holidays
is equal to a reduction in pay of 1.5%. This recommendation is not made easily, but spreading
the pain among all City employees was more palatable than letting go an estimated 80 employees
in order to achieve comparable savings of $4 million. City staff who must work on those days will
earn regular time instead of overtime pay.

 In recent years, the City has made great strides in improving the salaries of City workers. It was
not uncommon for the City to hire and train staff for critical functions only to lose those same
employees to similar jobs in suburban communities where the pay was better. Just a few years
ago, employees within the City’s maintenance worker job classification (an entry level position
that performs the most basic services for residents) did not earn the living wage of at least $9.79
per hour.

Should the local economy significantly strengthen beyond current estimates, it would be my
recommendation to remove one or more of the holidays from the unpaid category.

• This budget will require further reductions in the City’s workforce.

This budget eliminates 111 vacant General Fund supported positions throughout the organization.
A critical restoration pool is created to fill those positions deemed most essential to support
current city operations.

The FY 2010-11 Personnel Schedule, behind the Personnel Summary tab in the Activity Budget,
shows that authorized full-time equivalent positions has decreased by 50.7 positions. However, if
you adjust for the addition of 332 MAST employees you see a steep decline since the FY 2009-10
budget was adopted. In fact, the City will have reduced its workforce by a total of 345 FTE
positions, including 195 employees and 150 vacant positions, since that adoption.
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Furthermore, a 20 year history of budgeted positions (Attachment C) reveals the fact that this
budget continues the trend of reducing personnel to the point of diminishing returns, or, arguably
beyond that point. General municipal full-time equivalent non public safety positions totaled
2,639.7 in 1990-91; in the FY 2010-11 budget the total is 1,948.7. While this reduction of 691.0,
or 26.2% reflects certain privatizations and service delivery adjustments and is sure to please
those who champion small government, the fact remains that the City cannot muster the required
number of workers to successfully combat situations like we faced over the past few weeks with
snow removal when citizens look to their City to provide heightened services.

• This budget will not require a significant reduction in current employee benefit costs.

The FY 2009-10 budget included many changes to the health care insurance package for the
majority of city employees. While monthly insurance premiums did not increase, the out of pocket
costs for office visits and prescription drugs did increase. This budget does not anticipate
changes of this kind as we transition to a self-funded insurance program. A self-funded health
insurance program will allow the City to better manage and tailor its health care needs to its
employees and potentially provide benefits that better meet the needs of our employees. It is
anticipated that this initiative, already a common part of most other private sector and many public
sector health plans, will save the City significant sums of money in future years by limiting the
annual growth in health insurance costs.

• This budget will require residents to pay more for City services.

The FY 2010-11 budget recommends increasing the rates for the City's General and Indigent
Health property tax levies by a combined $6.16 per $100.00 of assessed valuation. During the
prior budget year, the City elected not to roll-up its general, museum and health levies in order to
recoup revenue losses caused by a 3.47% decrease in city-wide assessed valuation. Approval of
the proposed rate increases will generate approximately $4 million in additional aggregate
revenue for both the General and Health Levy funds.

While I see few other alternatives that would not impact the sustenance of basic services and the
retention of a structurally balanced budget, the staff and I remain committed to work with you and
the City Council to explore alternative solutions that may reduce or eliminate the need for this
specific action.

Fee increases totaling $1.3 million are recommended in this proposed budget, including
   • trash tags (doubled from $1 to $2) - $400,000;
   • new administrative fees for liquor law violations - $130,000;
   • restaurant inspections (increased 18%) - $227,000;
   • fire safety re-inspections - $200,000; and
   • convention center user fees (doubled from $1 to $2) - $416,000.

The Water Services Department continues to deal with serious breakdowns in the City’s water,
sewer, and stormwater infrastructure systems. This proposed budget recommends a ten percent
increase in water rates, and a fifteen percent increase in sewer rates for the upcoming fiscal year.
The impact of these rate increases on the average customer would be $6.06 per month. These
rate increases will generate approximately $10.7 million in new revenues between the water and
sewer funds and will be used to support routine operational costs and capital maintenance of the
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current system, continue the work necessary to begin implementation of the City’s overflow
control program, to stabilize the water loss ratio at 27 percent and prevent further losses, and to
build cash reserves necessary to maintain the Water Services Department’s water and
wastewater credit ratings. Water Services staff are currently engaged in an aggressive
restructuring process seeking to improve customer service response and improve management of
the utility. As a part of this restructuring effort, a total of 90.3 positions, or 9 percent of the
authorized personnel, have been eliminated in the FY 2010-11 budget, producing total savings in
excess of $2.7 million.

Infrastructure failures create myriad issues, not the least of which are poor customer satisfaction
and revenue loss due to lost water. Moreover, a significant backlog of ordinary water and sewer
infrastructure renewal and replacement needs has steadily grown. To address these issues, the
FY 2010-11 budget places an emphasis on enhancing the City’s aging infrastructure system by
allocating an additional $2.8 million for water line maintenance and an additional $1.5 million for
catch basin replacement and repair. Finally, debt service for the Water Services Department
increases by $6.2 million to $51.3 million for FY 2010-11 to allow for future debt issuances from
current voter authority.

• This budget proposes reductions in the City’s contribution to regional amenities.

The FY 2009-10 budget reduced the City’s contribution by fifteen percent to the American Jazz
Museum, the Liberty Memorial, the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center, and to the Jackson County
Sports Authority. In addition, the Kansas City Zoo was reduced 22.3%. This budget recommends
that the American Jazz Museum, Jackson County Sports Authority, and the Economic
Development Corporation are reduced a further ten percent. The proposed reduction to the
Liberty Memorial is in accordance with Ordinance No. 001246 and the reduction from the General
Fund will be made up by Liberty Memorial endowment interest earnings to be used for routine
memorial maintenance.

• This budget restructures and consolidates current City programs.

The Civil Rights division of the City Manager’s Office is consolidated within the Law Department
so that enforcement of existing civil rights law is combined in one department. The remaining
functions of the Human Rights Division have been consolidated into the Purchasing Division in
the General Services Department with eighteen full time positions. This realignment will provide
improved organizational alignment as all city-wide procurement processes will be located under
one organizational structure.

The City Planning and Development department has reduced its workforce by 39 positions in
response to the poor development environment in the local economy. The FY 2010-11 budget
creates a new Development Services Fund, which will house all fee generating services. This
fund will allow future revenues to be captured to cover the full cost of these divisions and to
provide reserves in times of low economic development activity. In total, $10.5 million has been
moved from the General Fund into the new Development Services Fund.

The Facilities Management function for Convention and Entertainment Facilities (CEF) has been
transferred from General Services to CEF in the FY 2010-11 budget. This consolidation is part of
an overall strategy of departmental reductions and efficiencies in response to declines in the
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hospitality industry and convention business. Twenty-six full time equivalent positions are moved
into CEF, along with budgets for utilities and supplies.

A programmatic change recommended in this budget is the creation of the Capital Projects Office
(formerly CIMO). This office will be streamlined in the City Manager's Office under the direction
of an Assistant City Manager and will be responsible for construction of new buildings, bridges
and roadways. Staffing levels will decrease from the current filled FTE count of 49 to 25 FTEs
within this office. It is recommended that ten employees be transferred to other departments to
fill critical gaps within those departments, as most of these employees are performing a majority
of their work with that department currently. The remaining filled 14 FTEs will be subject to a
reduction in force in order to reduce overhead charges to capital projects.

• This budget proposes a restructuring of the City’s current tax-supported bond portfolio.

Portions of the City's tax-supported municipal bond portfolio will either be refunded or restructured
in conjunction with budget adoption. Approximately $45 million of bonds will be currently
refunded to produce $2 million in debt service savings for general obligation bonds and other
bonds issued for projects including 11th and Oak Parking Garage, Prospect North TIF, MAST
Ambulance Headquarters, Valentine Shopping Center and the City Market. Additionally, $135-
$180 million in bonds issued for the KC Live Project will be converted from a variable rate mode
to a fixed rate with the goals of reducing the City's interest rate, roll-over and credit risks and
providing near-term budget relief of approximately $3 million.


• New Initiatives and Program Expansions in the FY 2010-11 Budget.

      • Nuisance abatement and weed mowing on vacant residential and commercial property in
         the City receives an additional $400,000 for a total of $800,000.
      • General Fund support in the amount of $12.2 million is provided to insure that adequate
         revenues are available to cover the estimated $18.4 million debt service on the KC Live!
         project. In the current year a total of $8.1 million will be needed to cover debt service
         costs on this project. Should that project outperform current projections, any surplus
         funds could be redirected to other needs in the City.
      • Support from the General Fund is also provided for the HOK Garage in the amount of
         $264,000, and $505,000 for the Blue Parkway Town Center project.
      • Convention and Tourism tax dollars totaling $513,000 support the 12th and Wyandotte TIF
         plan
      • The FY 2010-11 budget includes $2 million for four different elections: State Elections in
         August and November of 2010 and City elections in February and March of 2011.
      • Funding for a reconstructed Apartment Rebate program totaling $750,000 is included in
         the budget.
      • The first payment on the $47 million Performing Arts Garage in the amount of $984,000
      • 2nd year cost for operation and maintenance of the red light cameras at a cost of $1.6
         million
      • Snow Removal budget increased $250,000 to ten-year average of $2.75 million
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• More work still to be done in future years.

While approval of this budget will go a long way towards correcting the City’s long-standing
structural budget issues, more work remains to be done.

The City’s four defined pension systems took a significant hit in valuations due to the extensive
stock market decline in 2008. In order to maintain at least an 85 percent asset to liability ratio as
recommended in the Public Financial Management financial plan completed in early 2009, it
should be anticipated that while there have been significant recovery of plan values during
calendar year 2009 the City will have to increase its funding commitments in support of those
plans in the coming years.

Important Dates for the FY 2010-11 Budget Deliberations

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

    •   Presentation of the Submitted Budget to the City Council         February 11, 2010
    •   Departmental director hearings on the Submitted Budget           Month of February 2010
    •   Public Hearings on the Submitted Budget                          Month of February 2010
    •   Introduction of the Budget Ordinance                             March 4, 2010
    •   Finance Committee consideration of the Budget                    March 10, and 17, 2010
    •   Business Session on the Budget                                   March 25, 2010
    •   City Council adoption of the Budget Ordinance                    March 25, 2010


Conclusion

The budget presented for your consideration is reflective of a significant downturn in the strength
of the local economy and a desire to appropriately budget for all of the real expenses that will be
incurred by the City in the following year. This budget presents some difficult options for your
consideration in an effort to balance the budget fairly while protecting the most basic services that
are provided to residents. Just as the City turned its attention to revitalizing downtown and was
successful, the City can again be successful in maintaining and improving the City’s fiscal
structure into the future so that important City services can be provided to its residents and
businesses. I want to thank you, the City Council, and the City departments for the assistance
provided in preparing this budget. I also know that the options presented as a part of this budget
are not easy choices, and we stand ready to develop further budgetary alternatives if so desired
between now and the time the budget is adopted. My staff stands ready to address any questions
you may have regarding the information presented in this preliminary budget. I look forward to
working with you as you review it.

Respectfully submitted,


Troy M. Schulte
Interim City Manager
                                         Aviation




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

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




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                                        Aviation
Aviation
                                    Organization Chart




                                              Citizens of
                                              Kansas City




                                               Mayor &
                                              City Council




                                           City Manager




                                                Aviation
                                              Mark VanLoh
                                              540.4 FTEs




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




                                Information                 KCI Airport    KCI Building
             Administration
                                  Services                 Management      Maintenance




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




                                Debt Service                  Capital
                                                           Improvements




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                                              Aviation
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                                 Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                              $         180,146,933    $   159,043,134    $   172,146,775
                                               Total $         180,146,933    $   159,043,134    $   172,146,775

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                    $                 -- $               -- $               --
      Grants                                                    18,543,387         20,173,300         25,300,000
      Permits and Fees                                         161,603,546        137,015,800        146,846,775
      Other Revenue                                                      --                 --                 --




                                                                                                                    Aviation
                                               Total $         180,146,933 $      157,189,100 $      172,146,775

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $          28,424,141 $       28,073,183 $       29,952,233
        Contracts                                               42,207,094         46,047,751         50,636,340
        Supplies                                                 3,440,612          4,317,900          4,710,671
        Equipment                                                3,621,440          1,400,000          2,632,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --                 --                 --
        Debt Service                                            38,551,738         38,041,200         36,839,775
        Capital Improvements                                    63,901,908         41,163,100         47,375,756
                                               Total $         180,146,933 $      159,043,134 $      172,146,775

Allocation by Fund
        Capital Improvements                           $            10,000    $             -- $               --
        Kansas City Airports                                   134,869,752        121,064,934        130,455,300
        Passenger Facility Charges                              16,765,368         25,492,400         27,696,300
        Customer Facility Charges                               14,083,823         10,394,800         11,329,800
        DEA Drug Forfeiture                                         35,129            100,000            100,000
        Richards-Gebaur KC Southern Railway                      8,588,429                  --                 --
        Special Facility Debt Fund                               5,794,432          1,991,000          2,565,375
                                               Total $         180,146,933    $   159,043,134 $      172,146,775


Personnel
      No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          556.0              551.0              531.0
      Charges to/from Other Programs                                   8.0               11.2                9.4
      Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                  --                 --                 --
                                               Total                 564.0              562.2              540.4




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                                                          Aviation
Aviation
                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                      Actual          Adopted          Adopted
           Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09          2009-10          2010-11

           Economic Growth                                       $ 180,146,933 $ 159,043,134 $ 172,146,775

                     Administration
                       Administration                            $    1,719,745 $      3,843,075   $    7,250,350
                       Airport Planning and Development               1,489,897        1,419,566        1,422,294
                       Finance and Accounting                         1,793,541        1,691,013        1,733,275
                       Human Resources                                  309,468          352,442          279,611
                       Special Projects                                (139,581)         532,500          565,000
                                                           Total $    5,173,070 $      7,838,596   $   11,250,530

                     Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport         $    2,017,152   $    1,952,669   $    2,280,818

                     Information Services
                        Information Services                     $    1,896,538   $    2,327,084   $    2,119,280
                        City-Wide IT Initiative                         187,478          187,300          187,500
                                                           Total $    2,084,016   $    2,514,384   $    2,306,780

                     KCI Airport Management
                       Airport Operations                        $    1,420,789   $    1,486,877   $    1,495,737
                       Environmental Management                         905,767          824,126          895,385
                                                           Total $    2,326,556   $    2,311,003   $    2,391,122

                     KCI Building Maintenance
                       Ambassador Building                       $      708,457   $      929,600   $      841,000
                       Central Utilities Plant                        6,100,681        6,700,000        6,200,000
                       Custodial Services                             5,391,654        5,522,871        5,531,476
                       Facilities Utilities                           5,623,303        5,300,000        5,699,000
                       Structural Services                            6,758,967        6,451,380        6,591,785
                                                           Total $   24,583,062   $   24,903,851   $   24,863,261

                     KCI Field Maintenance
                       Field Maintenance                         $    6,162,027   $    5,311,398   $    5,912,811
                       Fleet Maintenance                              4,825,373        2,244,745        3,255,845
                                                           Total $   10,987,400   $    7,556,143   $    9,168,656

                     KCI Parking and Bus Services
                       Parking Operations                        $    5,214,213   $    6,174,447   $    7,383,028
                       Bus Operations                                 4,409,632        5,756,286        6,577,429
                                                                 $    9,623,845   $   11,930,733   $   13,960,457

                     KCI Police and Safety
                       Airport Police                            $    8,055,215   $    7,705,689   $    9,323,567
                       Emergency Services                             2,776,587        2,900,000        2,879,507
                       Safety Division                                  280,573          309,173          281,690
                                                           Total $   11,112,375   $   10,914,862   $   12,484,764




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                                             Aviation
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                 Actual          Adopted           Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                             2008-09          2009-10            2010-11

          Marketing Services
            Marketing                                  $         1,653,967   $    1,723,182    $     1,698,818
            Commercial Development                               8,342,847        8,379,711          7,712,538
                                                  Total $        9,996,814   $   10,102,893    $     9,411,356

          Richards-Gebaur Buildings & Utilities        $           12,692    $        1,000    $         1,000

          Debt Service                                 $        38,357,230   $   37,853,900    $    36,652,275




                                                                                                                  Aviation
          Capital Improvements
            KCI-Apron Improvements                     $        63,862,721   $   41,163,100    $    47,375,756
            Budget Rent-A-Car Improvements                          10,000                --                 --
                                                  Total $       63,872,721   $   41,163,100    $    47,375,756

          Department Total                             $ 180,146,933 $ 159,043,134 $ 172,146,775




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                                                      Administration
Aviation
           Responsible Division: Administration
           Outcome: Economic Growth

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

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

                                                                                     Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                    2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                      $           --    $            --    $            --
             Grants                                                                         --                 --                 --
             Permits and Fees                                                       5,173,070          5,984,562         11,250,530
             Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                                        Total $     5,173,070     $    5,984,562     $   11,250,530

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                             $   3,748,014 $        3,768,726     $    3,534,244
              Contracts                                                             1,571,597          3,511,666          7,172,589
              Supplies                                                               (153,571)           558,204            543,697
              Equipment                                                                     --                 --                 --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                 --                 --
              Debt Service                                                              7,030                  --                 --
                                                                        Total $     5,173,070 $        7,838,596     $   11,250,530

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                            $     5,173,070     $    7,838,596     $   11,250,530
                                                                        Total $     5,173,070     $    7,838,596     $   11,250,530

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        53.0               51.0               46.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                                1.0                4.2                2.4
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --                 --                 --
                                                                        Total             54.0               55.2               48.4

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the elimination of five vacant positions and the reduction of 1.8 full-time equivalent
           positions charged to the Aviation Department.




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               Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport
Responsible Division: Field Maintenance
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport provides maintenance and management to the facility in the safest
possible manner so that it will best serve the general aviation needs of the greater Kansas City area relating
to charters, corporate, and small aircraft.

    - Field Maintenance


                                                                     Actual           Adopted             Submitted
                                                                    2008-09           2009-10              2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --   $            --    $             --




                                                                                                                         Aviation
  Grants                                                                     --                --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                   2,017,152         1,952,669           2,280,818
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                  --
                                                        Total $      2,017,152    $    1,952,669     $     2,280,818

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $      832,504    $      942,966     $       925,179
   Contracts                                                           806,151           837,943             845,325
   Supplies                                                            166,684           171,760             510,314
   Equipment                                                           211,813                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                  --
                                                        Total $      2,017,152    $    1,952,669     $     2,280,818

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                         $    1,953,364    $    1,952,669     $     2,280,818
   Richards Gebaur KC Southern Railway                                  63,788                 --                  --
                                                        Total $      2,017,152    $    1,952,669     $     2,280,818

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects an increase of $322,000 for a self service fuel station to serve the new
airplane hangers.




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                                            Information Services
Aviation
           Responsible Division: Information Services
           Outcome: Economic Growth

           The Information Services Program supplies the Aviation Department, airlines and passengers with technology
           services that are available, reliable and appropriate for their intended business purpose.

              - Information Services                                       - City-wide IT Initiative


                                                                                 Actual            Adopted              Submitted
                                                                                2008-09            2009-10               2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --    $               --   $            --
             Grants                                                                      --                    --                --
             Permits and Fees                                                    2,084,016             2,514,384         2,306,780
             Other Revenue                                                               --                    --                --
                                                                   Total $       2,084,016     $       2,514,384    $    2,306,780

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                        $       632,725     $         606,493    $      669,944
              Contracts                                                          1,058,230             1,579,856         1,287,443
              Supplies                                                             168,568               140,735           161,893
              Equipment                                                             37,015                     --                --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                    --                --
              Debt Service                                                         187,478               187,300           187,500
                                                                   Total $       2,084,016     $       2,514,384    $    2,306,780

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                       $       2,084,016     $       2,514,384    $    2,306,780
                                                                   Total $       2,084,016     $       2,514,384    $    2,306,780

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

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces costs associated with computer maintenance and repair.




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                     Kansas City International Airport
                                           PROGRAM SUMMARY


                                                              Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                             2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                          $            --   $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                              --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                           58,633,238        57,616,592        62,868,260
  Other Revenue                                                       --                --                --
                                                 Total $     58,633,238    $   57,616,592    $   62,868,260

Allocation by Activity




                                                                                                               Aviation
   KCI Airport Management                                $    2,326,556    $    2,311,003    $    2,391,122
   KCI Building Maintenance                                  24,583,062        24,903,851        24,863,261
   KCI Field Maintenance                                     10,987,400         7,556,143         9,168,656
   KCI Parking and Bus Services                               9,623,845        11,930,733        13,960,457
   KCI Police and Safety                                     11,112,375        10,914,862        12,484,764
                                                 Total $     58,633,238    $   57,616,592    $   62,868,260

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                 $   21,892,694    $   21,419,722    $   23,569,394
   Contracts                                                 30,312,146        31,527,669        33,349,967
   Supplies                                                   3,026,599         3,269,201         3,316,899
   Equipment                                                  3,372,612         1,400,000         2,632,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                            --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                       --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                          29,187                 --                --
                                                 Total $     58,633,238    $   57,616,592    $   62,868,260

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                  $   58,598,109    $   57,516,592    $   62,768,260
   DEA Drug Forfeiture                                           35,129           100,000           100,000
                                                 Total $     58,633,238    $   57,616,592    $   62,868,260
Personnel

   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          468.0             467.0             452.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                     --                --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                  --                --                --
                                                 Total            468.0             467.0             452.0




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                                         KCI Airport Management
Aviation
           Responsible Division: Environmental Management
           Outcome: Economic Growth

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

               - Airport Operations                                          - Environmental Management


                                                                                  Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                 2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                   $           --   $           --    $            --
             Grants                                                                      --               --                 --
             Permits and Fees                                                    2,326,556        2,311,003          2,391,122
             Other Revenue                                                               --               --                 --
                                                                     Total $     2,326,556    $   2,311,003     $    2,391,122

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                          $   1,419,659    $   1,486,458     $    1,505,269
              Contracts                                                            853,904          783,300            854,915
              Supplies                                                              23,806           41,245             30,938
              Equipment                                                                  --               --                 --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                 --
              Debt Service                                                               --               --                 --
              Capital Improvements                                                  29,187                --                 --
                                                                     Total $     2,326,556    $   2,311,003     $    2,391,122

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                         $     2,326,556    $   2,311,003     $    2,391,122
                                                                     Total $     2,326,556    $   2,311,003     $    2,391,122

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

           Changes to the Budget
           There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                     KCI Airport Building Maintenance
Responsible Division: KCI Facilities
Outcome: Economic Growth

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

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

                                                                        Actual             Adopted           Submitted
                                                                       2008-09             2009-10            2010-11
Revenue




                                                                                                                           Aviation
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $            --    $              --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --                   --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                    24,583,062           24,903,851        24,863,261
  Other Revenue                                                                --                   --                --
                                                         Total $      24,583,062     $     24,903,851    $   24,863,261

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    6,046,197     $      6,180,050    $    6,044,150
   Contracts                                                          17,517,829           17,750,301        17,896,597
   Supplies                                                              753,898              973,500           922,514
   Equipment                                                             265,138                    --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                   --                --
   Debt Service                                                                --                   --                --
                                                         Total $      24,583,062     $     24,903,851    $   24,863,261

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                        $      24,583,062     $     24,903,851    $   24,863,261
                                                         Total $      24,583,062     $     24,903,851    $   24,863,261

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     131.0               131.0             125.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                  --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                  --                --
                                                         Total              131.0               131.0             125.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the elimination of six vacant positions.




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                                     KCI Airport Field Maintenance
Aviation
           Responsible Division: KCI Field Maintenance
           Outcome: Economic Growth

           The Field Maintenance Program provides the day-to-day operation of the on-airport pavement and lighting
           systems and maintains the airport grounds, vehicular equipment, and machinery so that the safety of the
           traveling public is ensured.

              - Field Maintenance                                           - Fleet Maintenance


                                                                                 Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                  $            --   $           --   $            --
             Grants                                                                      --               --                --
             Permits and Fees                                                   10,987,400        7,556,143         9,168,656
             Other Revenue                                                               --               --                --
                                                                    Total $     10,987,400    $   7,556,143    $    9,168,656

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                         $    4,878,230    $   4,466,058    $    5,171,178
              Contracts                                                          1,284,996        1,293,199         1,401,164
              Supplies                                                           1,781,351        1,796,886         1,814,314
              Equipment                                                          3,042,823                --          782,000
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                --
              Debt Service                                                               --               --                --
                                                                    Total $     10,987,400    $   7,556,143    $    9,168,656

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                          $   10,955,156    $   7,556,143    $    9,168,656
              DEA Drug Forfeiture                                                   32,244                --                --
                                                                    Total $     10,987,400    $   7,556,143    $    9,168,656

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    88.0             87.0              87.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --               --                --
             Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --               --                --
                                                                    Total             88.0             87.0              87.0

           Changes to the Budget
           The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects an increase of $782,000 for motor vehicle replacement.




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               KCI Airport Parking and Bus Services
Responsible Division: KCI Parking and Bus Service
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Parking and Bus Services Program provides accurate and efficient collection of parking lot revenues through
the use of a contracted parking lot operation, and provides efficient and expeditious movement of customers
between terminals and remote parking areas.


                                                                     Actual          Adopted             Submitted
                                                                    2008-09          2009-10              2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --   $            --     $            --
  Grants                                                                    --                --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                  9,623,845        11,930,733          13,960,457




                                                                                                                       Aviation
  Other Revenue                                                             --                --                  --
                                                       Total $      9,623,845    $   11,930,733      $   13,960,457

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $   3,717,792    $    3,701,508      $    4,105,110
   Contracts                                                        5,757,394         6,752,525           7,807,838
   Supplies                                                           127,872           176,700             297,509
   Equipment                                                           20,787         1,300,000           1,750,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                       Total $      9,623,845    $   11,930,733      $   13,960,457

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                      $      9,623,845    $   11,930,733      $   13,960,457
                                                       Total $      9,623,845    $   11,930,733      $   13,960,457

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 102.0              102.0               85.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                 --                 --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                 --
                                                       Total            102.0              102.0               85.0

Changes to the Budget
Eighteen vacant Bus Operator positions are eliminated and one position is transferred from Safety.




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                                             KCI Police and Safety
Aviation
           Responsible Division: Airport Police
           Outcome: Economic Growth

           The Airport Police provide services to protect life and property, and respond to threats which affect public safety
           and/or carrier operations so that the safety and security of the traveling public is ensured.

               - Airport Police                                                - Safety
               - Emergency Services

                                                                                    Actual             Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                   2008-09             2009-10            2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                     $            --     $            --   $            --
             Grants                                                                         --                  --                --
             Permits and Fees                                                      11,112,375          10,914,862        12,484,764
             Other Revenue                                                                  --                  --                --
                                                                       Total $     11,112,375      $   10,914,862    $   12,484,764

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                            $    5,830,816      $    5,585,648    $    6,743,687
              Contracts                                                             4,898,023           4,948,344         5,389,453
              Supplies                                                                339,672             280,870           251,624
              Equipment                                                                43,864             100,000           100,000
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                  --                --
              Debt Service                                                                  --                  --                --
                                                                       Total $     11,112,375      $   10,914,862    $   12,484,764

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                             $   11,109,490      $   10,814,862    $   12,384,764
              DEA Drug Forfeiture                                                       2,885             100,000           100,000
                                                                       Total $     11,112,375      $   10,914,862    $   12,484,764

           Personnel
             No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        128.0             128.0             136.0
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                                   --                --                --
              Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --                --                --
                                                                       Total              128.0             128.0             136.0

           Changes to the Budget
           Eleven positions were added during FY 2009-10. In the FY 2010-11 Budget, one position is transferred to
           Parking Operations and two vacant positions are eliminated. In addition, the FY 2010-11 Budget increases
           contractual security services by $180,000.




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                                      Marketing Services
Responsible Division: Marketing
Outcome: Economic Growth

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

    - Marketing                                                     - Commercial Development

                                                                         Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $            --    $            --    $            --
  Grants                                                                         --                 --                 --




                                                                                                                             Aviation
  Permits and Fees                                                       9,996,814         10,102,893          9,411,356
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                           Total $       9,996,814     $   10,102,893     $    9,411,356

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $    1,318,204     $    1,335,276     $    1,253,472
   Contracts                                                             8,446,278          8,589,617          7,980,016
   Supplies                                                                232,332            178,000            177,868
   Equipment                                                                     --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                           Total $       9,996,814     $   10,102,893     $    9,411,356

Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                                             $    5,228,090     $    5,468,693     $    4,411,356
   Customer Facility Charges                                             4,768,724          4,634,200          5,000,000
                                                           Total $       9,996,814     $   10,102,893     $    9,411,356

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        17.0               15.0               15.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --                 --                 --
                                                           Total               17.0               15.0               15.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces a contract for terminal departure and arrival display screen software by $150,000.




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                             Richards-Gebaur Memorial Airport
Aviation
           Responsible Division: RGA Building and Utilities
           Outcome: Economic Growth

           Richards-Gebaur Memorial Airport provides leased facilities and lots to companies with large space requirements
           so that the entire airport grounds are used most effectively and efficiently.


                                                                                 Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
           Revenue
             Dedicated Tax                                                  $          --      $          --      $           --
             Grants                                                                    --                 --                  --
             Permits and Fees                                                     12,692              1,000               1,000
             Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                                    Total $       12,692       $      1,000       $       1,000

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salaries and Benefits                                         $          --      $          --      $           --
              Contracts                                                           12,692              1,000               1,000
              Supplies                                                                 --                 --                  --
              Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                  --
              Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                                    Total $       12,692       $      1,000       $       1,000

           Allocation by Fund
              Kansas City Airports                                          $     12,692       $      1,000       $       1,000
              RG KC Southern Railway                                                   --                 --                  --
                                                                    Total $       12,692       $      1,000       $       1,000

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

           Changes to the Budget
           There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                              Aviation Debt Service
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

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


                                                            Actual               Adopted           Submitted
KC Airports                                                2008-09                2009-10           2010-11
  Principal paid                                     $     10,965,000       $    11,200,000    $    10,580,000
  Interest paid                                             9,594,900             8,771,000          8,204,400
  Outstanding Debt-April 30                               188,415,000           177,120,000        165,720,000
                                             Total $      208,974,900       $   197,091,000    $   184,504,400




                                                                                                                  Aviation
Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Bonds
  Principal paid                                     $      4,300,000       $     4,480,000    $     4,670,000
  Interest paid                                             5,863,250             5,648,300          5,424,250
  Outstanding Debt-April 30                               112,965,000           112,965,000        103,815,000
                                             Total $      123,128,250       $   123,093,300    $   113,909,250
Customer Facility Charge Revenue Bonds
  Principal paid                                     $         3,130,000    $     3,260,000    $     3,395,000
  Interest paid                                                2,659,286          2,499,600          2,333,160
  Outstanding Debt-April 30                                   50,875,000         47,615,000         44,220,000
                                             Total $          56,664,286    $    53,374,600    $    49,948,160
Special Facilities Revenue Bonds
  Principal paid                                     $           570,000    $       605,000    $       675,000
  Interest paid                                                1,408,476          1,384,976          1,359,375
  Outstanding Debt-April 30                                   29,880,000         29,275,000         28,600,000
                                             Total $          31,858,476    $    31,264,976    $    30,634,375

Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                      $                 --   $             --   $             --
  Grants                                                               --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                            38,357,230         37,853,900         36,652,275
  Other Revenue                                                        --                 --                 --
                                             Total $          38,357,230    $    37,853,900    $    36,652,275
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salary and Benefits                               $                 --   $             --   $             --
   Contracts                                                           --                 --                 --
   Supplies                                                            --                 --                 --
   Equipment                                                           --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                             --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                               38,357,230         37,853,900         36,652,275
                                             Total $          38,357,230    $    37,853,900    $    36,652,275
Allocation by Fund
   Kansas City Airports                              $        20,425,175    $    19,973,000    $    18,789,400
   Passenger Facility Charges                                 10,164,295         10,129,300         10,096,300
   Customer Facility Charges                                   5,789,285          5,760,600          5,730,200
   Special Facility Debt                                       1,978,475          1,991,000          2,036,375
                                             Total $          38,357,230    $    37,853,900    $    36,652,275




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                                            Capital Improvements
Aviation
           Responsible Division: Administration
           Outcome: Economic Growth

              - KCI - Apron Improvements                             - KCI - Art & Aesthetics

                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
           Revenue                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
             Dedicated Tax                                           $            --     $            --    $            --
             Grants                                                      18,543,387          20,173,300         25,300,000
             Permits and Fees                                            45,329,334          20,989,800         22,075,756
             Other Revenue                                                        --                  --                 --
                                                             Total $     63,872,721      $   41,163,100     $   47,375,756

           Allocation by Expense Category
              Salary and Benefits                                    $            --     $            --    $            --
              Contracts                                                           --                  --                 --
              Supplies                                                            --                  --                 --
              Equipment                                                           --                  --                 --
              Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                             --                  --                 --
              Debt Service                                                        --                  --                 --
              Capital Improvements                                       63,872,721          41,163,100         47,375,756
                                                             Total $     63,872,721      $   41,163,100     $   47,375,756

           Allocation by Project
              KCI - Apron Improvements                               $   63,862,721      $   41,163,100     $   47,375,756
              KCI - Building Improvements                                    10,000                   --                 --
                                                             Total $     63,872,721      $   41,163,100     $   47,375,756

           Allocation by Fund
              Capital Improvements                                   $       10,000 $                 -- $               --
              Kansas City Airports                                       41,395,236          25,800,000         28,647,156
              Richards Gebaur KC Southern Railway                         8,524,641                   --                 --
              KCI Passenger Facility Charge                               6,601,073          15,363,100         17,600,000
              Customer Facility Charge                                    3,525,814                   --           599,600
              Special Facility Debt Fund                                  3,815,957                   --           529,000
                                                             Total $     63,872,721 $        41,163,100 $       47,375,756

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




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                           Boards of Election




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

Desired Community Outcome

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




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                                   Boards of Election
Boards of Election
                                        Organization Chart



                                                   Citizens of
                                                  Kansas City




                                                  Governor of
                                                   Missouri




                     Cass County    Clay County                  Kansas City   Platte County




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                                 Boards of Election
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                               Boards of Election
                                                             Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                            2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                 $          2,524,570 $       1,792,119 $       3,806,119
                                           Total $          2,524,570 $       1,792,119 $       3,806,119
Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $                  -- $             -- $               --
      Grants                                                          --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                                --               --                 --
      Other Revenue                                                   --               --                 --
                                           Total $                    -- $             -- $               --

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $                 -- $              -- $             --
      Contracts                                             2,524,570         1,792,119        3,806,119
      Supplies                                                      --                --               --
      Equipment                                                     --                --               --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       --                --               --
      Debt Service                                                  --                --               --
                                            Total $         2,524,570 $       1,792,119 $      3,806,119

Allocation by Fund
      General                                    $          2,524,570 $       1,792,119 $       3,806,119
                                           Total $          2,524,570 $       1,792,119 $       3,806,119

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




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                                                      Boards of Election
Boards of Election
                                                         SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                Actual         Adopted          Submitted
                     Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09         2009-10           2010-11

                     Governance                                            $   2,524,570 $     1,792,119 $      3,806,119

                               Administration and Registration
                                 Cass County Board of Elections            $            -- $        1,000   $         1,000
                                 Clay County Board of Elections                   398,144         452,274           452,274
                                 Kansas City Board of Elections                   977,384       1,024,673         1,024,673
                                 Platte County Board of Elections                 266,528         314,172           314,172
                                                                    Total $     1,642,056 $     1,792,119   $     1,792,119

                               Elections
                                  Cass County                              $         968   $             -- $         4,000
                                  Clay County                                     57,322                 --         160,000
                                  Kansas City                                    785,302                 --       1,750,000
                                  Platte County                                   38,922                 --         100,000
                                                                    Total $      882,514   $             -- $     2,014,000


                               Department Total                            $   2,524,570 $     1,792,119 $      3,806,119




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                     Administration and Registration
Responsible Division: Administration and Registration
Outcome: Governance




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

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


                                                                      Actual            Adopted          Submitted
Revenue                                                              2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --               --                --
                                                       Total $                 --   $           --   $            --




Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $           --     $           --   $            --
   Contracts                                                         1,642,056          1,792,119         1,792,119
   Supplies                                                                  --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                --
                                                       Total $       1,642,056      $   1,792,119    $    1,792,119

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       1,642,056      $   1,792,119    $    1,792,119
                                                       Total $       1,642,056      $   1,792,119    $    1,792,119

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects no budget changes in the Board of Elections administration.




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                                                                  Elections
Boards of Election
                     Responsible Division: Elections
                     Outcome: Governance

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


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


                                                                                       Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                     Revenue                                                          2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
                       Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $           --   $            --
                       Grants                                                                   --               --                --
                       Permits and Fees                                                         --               --                --
                       Other Revenue                                                            --               --                --
                                                                          Total $               --   $           --   $            --

                     Allocation by Expense Category
                        Salaries and Benefits                                     $           --     $           --   $            --
                        Contracts                                                       882,514                  --        2,014,000
                        Supplies                                                              --                 --                --
                        Equipment                                                             --                 --                --
                        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                --
                        Debt Service                                                          --                 --                --
                                                                          Total $       882,514      $           --   $    2,014,000

                     Allocation by Fund
                        General                                                 $       882,514      $           --   $    2,014,000
                                                                          Total $       882,514      $           --   $    2,014,000

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

                     Changes to the Budget
                     The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects funding for the August 2010 State Primary election, the November 2010 State
                     General election, the February 2011 City Primary election, and the March 2011 City General election.




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                                     City Auditor




                                                                                                           City Auditor
Department Purpose Statement

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

Desired Community Outcome

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




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               City Auditor
City Auditor
               Organization Chart




                   Citizens of
                   Kansas City




                    Mayor &
                   City Council




                    City Auditor
                    Gary White
                    11.0 FTEs




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                                           City Auditor
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                               Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                               2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                    $          1,376,753 $       1,240,115 $       1,191,554
                                              Total $          1,376,753 $       1,240,115 $       1,191,554

Revenue




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

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $            1,266,680 $       1,124,597 $      1,051,018
      Contracts                                                  103,644           103,605          128,586
      Supplies                                                     6,429             9,913            9,950
      Equipment                                                        --            2,000            2,000
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --                --               --
      Debt Service                                                     --                --               --
                                            Total $            1,376,753 $       1,240,115 $      1,191,554

Allocation by Fund
      General                                       $          1,376,753 $       1,240,115 $       1,191,554
                                              Total $          1,376,753 $       1,240,115 $       1,191,554

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                            16.0             13.0               11.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                      --               --                 --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                   --               --                 --
                                              Total                 16.0             13.0               11.0




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                                                     City Auditor
City Auditor
                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                  Actual        Adopted         Submitted
               Outcome     Programs and Activities                2008-09       2009-10          2010-11

               Governance                                     $   1,376,753 $   1,240,115 $     1,191,554

                         City Auditor                         $   1,376,753 $   1,240,115   $   1,191,554




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                                            City Auditor
Responsible Department: City Auditor
Outcome: Governance

The City Auditor serves as a catalyst for improving government and increasing public accountability by
assisting elected officials and professional staff in reducing costs, increasing revenues, and improving the
delivery of City services.


                                                                     Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11




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

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   1,266,680      $   1,124,597      $    1,051,018
   Contracts                                                           103,644            103,605             128,586
   Supplies                                                              6,429              9,913               9,950
   Equipment                                                                 --             2,000               2,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
                                                       Total $       1,376,753      $   1,240,115      $    1,191,554

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       1,376,753      $   1,240,115      $    1,191,554
                                                       Total $       1,376,753      $   1,240,115      $    1,191,554

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   16.0               13.0                11.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                       Total              16.0               13.0                11.0

Changes to the Budget
Two vacant positions are eliminated in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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30
                                      City Clerk




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

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




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              City Clerk
City Clerk
             Organization Chart



                 Citizens of
                 Kansas City




                  Mayor &
                 City Council




                  City Clerk
                Vickie Thompson
                    5.5 FTEs




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                                           City Clerk
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                              Actual         Adopted        Submitted
                                                              2008-09        2009-10         2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                   $            588,265 $      472,615 $       469,072
                                             Total $            588,265 $      472,615 $       469,072

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $                -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                          --             --              --




                                                                                                          City Clerk
      Permits and Fees                                                --             --              --
      Other Revenue                                                 115            500             500
                                             Total $                115 $          500 $           500

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $             365,681 $      366,886 $       361,826
      Contracts                                                 164,627        100,429         101,946
      Supplies                                                    4,667          5,300           5,300
      Equipment                                                       --             --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         --             --              --
      Debt Service                                               53,290              --              --
                                            Total $             588,265 $      472,615 $       469,072

Allocation by Fund
      General                                      $            588,265 $      472,615 $       469,072
                                             Total $            588,265 $      472,615 $       469,072

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




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                                                        City Clerk
City Clerk
                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                       Actual        Adopted       Submitted
             Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2008-09       2009-10        2010-11

             Governance                                            $    588,265 $     472,615 $      469,072

                       City Clerk's Office
                          City Clerk                               $     534,975 $     472,615 $      469,072
                          Legislative Tracking System Debt Service        53,290             --             --
                                                             Total $     588,265 $     472,615 $      469,072

                       Department Total                            $    588,265 $     472,615 $      469,072




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                                               City Clerk
Responsible Division: City Clerk
Outcome: Governance

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


                                                                      Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $           --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                                      --                --                --




                                                                                                                        City Clerk
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             115               500               500
                                                         Total $            115     $         500     $         500

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     365,681     $     366,886     $     361,826
   Contracts                                                            164,627           100,429           101,946
   Supplies                                                               4,667             5,300             5,300
   Equipment                                                                  --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                          53,290                 --                --
                                                         Total $        588,265     $     472,615     $     469,072

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $        588,265     $     472,615     $     469,072
                                                         Total $        588,265     $     472,615     $     469,072

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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             City Planning and Development




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

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




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                                              City Planning and Development
City Planning and Development
                                                                    Organization Chart




                                                                       Citizens of
                                                                       Kansas City




                                                                        Mayor &
                                                                       City Council




                                Board of Zoning     City Planning                      Landmarks
                                  Adjustment        Commission         City Manager    Commission




                                                                       City Planning
                                                                      & Development
                                                                        Tom Coyle
                                                                        153.3 FTEs




                                                                                             Economic
                                             Administration
                                                                                            Development

                                                                                         •	 Business	Attraction	&	Retention
                                                                                         •	 Urban	Redevelopment




                                           City-wide Planning
                                                                                            Development
                                            and Research &
                                                                                              Services
                                              Urban Design




                                                                       Development
                                                                       Management




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                     City Planning and Development




                                                                                                              City Planning and Development
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                              Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                             2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                           $          22,547,702   $   14,180,411   $    13,019,794
                                            Total $          22,547,702   $   14,180,411   $    13,019,794

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                 $         4,119,993   $       89,500 $         200,000
      Grants                                                  1,828,979                --                --
      Permits and Fees                                       14,352,319       12,284,103        10,959,945
      Other Revenue                                               6,726            4,500             4,500
                                            Total $          20,308,017   $   12,378,103 $      11,164,445

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $        13,180,398   $   11,948,472   $    10,754,928
        Contracts                                             2,772,853        1,478,695         1,361,447
        Supplies                                                130,732          201,275           240,950
        Equipment                                                85,563           37,500            37,500
        Debt Service                                            423,391          424,969           424,969
        Capital Improvements                                  5,954,765           89,500           200,000
                                            Total $          22,547,702   $   14,180,411   $    13,019,794

Allocation by Fund
        General                                     $        15,925,929 $     14,027,911 $       2,246,892
        Development Services                                          --               --       10,509,902
        Infrastructure and Maintenance                          423,391                --                --
        Arterial Street Impact Fees                              63,000           63,000            63,000
        Economic Development Initiative                       1,946,766                --                --
        Community Development                                    62,830                --                --
        Capital Improvements                                  4,125,786           89,500           200,000
                                            Total $          22,547,702 $     14,180,411 $      13,019,794

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        198.0            193.0              154.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                (1.0)            (1.0)              (1.7)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --               --                 --
                                            Total                197.0            192.0              152.3




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                                                     City Planning and Development
City Planning and Development
                                                                     SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                            Actual          Adopted            Submitted
                                Outcome     Programs and Activities                        2008-09          2009-10             2010-11

                                Economic Growth                                       $   22,547,702 $      14,180,411 $       13,019,794

                                          Administration
                                            City Development - Administration         $       876,855   $       840,788    $       701,033
                                            Financial Services                              1,140,590           934,776            966,834
                                            CDBG Independent Audit                             62,830                 --                 --
                                                                                Total $     2,080,275   $     1,775,564    $     1,667,867

                                          Business Attraction and Retention
                                            Community Improvement District            $       75,000    $        75,000    $       75,000
                                            KC Area Development Council                       50,000                  --                --
                                            Business Assistance                                    --                 --           78,224
                                                                                Total $      125,000    $        75,000    $      153,224

                                          City-wide Planning and Research
                                             Long Range Planning                      $       306,726   $            --    $            --
                                             Area Plans & Annexation Study                    598,547                --                 --
                                             City-Wide Planning and Research                  603,648          946,622            828,176
                                                                                Total $     1,508,921   $      946,622     $      828,176

                                          Development Management
                                            Board of Zoning Adjustment                $         3,697   $         7,500    $         7,500
                                            City Planning Commission                            6,336             7,500              7,500
                                            Development Management                          1,270,930         1,171,869            786,043
                                            Historic Preservation                             127,793           188,997            196,793
                                            Landmarks Commission                                2,439             3,500              3,500
                                            Zoning Ordinance                                   67,170                 --                 --
                                                                                Total $     1,478,365   $     1,379,366    $     1,001,336

                                          Development Services
                                            Arterial Street Administration           $         63,000   $        63,000    $        63,000
                                            Development Services Administration               611,640           589,355            306,635
                                            Private Inspections                             2,579,620         2,237,199          2,031,364
                                            Investigations                                  1,444,548         1,465,387          1,505,901
                                            Land Development Inspections                    2,100,190         1,878,754          1,738,850
                                            Permits                                         1,442,104         1,343,566          1,270,731
                                            Plans Review                                    1,246,989         1,222,277          1,187,511
                                                                               Total $      9,488,091   $     8,799,538    $     8,103,992




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                    City Planning and Development




                                                                                                                    City Planning and Development
                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                 Actual           Adopted            Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                             2008-09           2009-10             2010-11

          Urban Redevelopment
             Columbus Park Neighborhood Init - EDI    $            116,328    $             --   $             --
             Brownfields                                           362,225                  --                 --
             Economic Development Projects                         486,992            626,602            585,019
            Port Authority Riverfront                                    --            13,363             13,363
            Columbus Park Debt                                     424,850            424,969            424,969
            Property and Acquisition                               305,681             49,887             41,848
            Relocation Services                                    222,002                  --                 --
                                                Total $          1,918,078    $     1,114,821    $     1,065,199

          Capital Improvements
            Development Studies                      $           2,452,788    $             -- $              --
            Redevelopment                                        2,168,210             89,500           200,000
            Streetscapes                                         1,327,974                  --                --
                                               Total $           5,948,972    $        89,500 $         200,000

          Department Total                           $         22,547,702 $       14,180,411 $       13,019,794




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                                                                          Administration
City Planning and Development
                                Responsible Division: Administration
                                Outcome: Economic Growth

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

                                      - City Development Administration                               - Financial Services


                                                                                                          Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                         2008-09             2009-10           2010-11
                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                   $              --    $             --   $            --
                                  Grants                                                                         --                  --                --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                       2,073,549           1,771,064         1,663,367
                                  Other Revenue                                                              6,726               4,500             4,500
                                                                                          Total $        2,080,275     $     1,775,564    $    1,667,867

                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                          $      1,478,848     $     1,314,728    $    1,206,360
                                   Contracts                                                               574,126             450,861           450,687
                                   Supplies                                                                  1,607               9,975            10,820
                                   Equipment                                                                25,694                   --                --
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                  --                --
                                   Debt Service                                                                  --                  --                --
                                                                                          Total $        2,080,275     $     1,775,564    $    1,667,867

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                        $      2,017,445     $     1,775,564    $            --
                                   Development Services                                                          --                  --        1,667,867
                                   Community Development                                                    62,830                   --                --
                                                                                          Total $        2,080,275     $     1,775,564    $    1,667,867

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

                                Changes to the Budget
                                The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the creation of the new Development Services Fund, which will house all fee
                                generating services. This fund allows future revenues to be captured to cover the full cost of these programs
                                and to provide reserves in times of low economic development activity. In total, $10.5 million moved from the
                                General Fund into the new Development Services Fund. Two vacant positions are eliminated.




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                  Business Attraction and Retention




                                                                                                                       City Planning and Development
Responsible Division: Property and Economic Development
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Business Attraction and Retention Division assists and encourages economic development within the City by
working directly with developers and development agencies.

      - Downtown Community Improvement District                   - Kansas City Area Development Council
      - Business Assistance Center

                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $              --    $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                     --                  --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                       5,667                   --               --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                  --               --
                                                      Total $            5,667     $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $             --     $          --      $      78,224
   Contracts                                                          125,000            75,000              75,000
   Supplies                                                                 --                --                  --
   Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                      Total $         125,000      $     75,000       $     153,224

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $         125,000      $     75,000       $     153,224
                                                      Total $         125,000      $     75,000       $     153,224

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects one position being transferred from Urban Redevelopment for the Business
Assistance Center.




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                                                     City-wide Planning and Research
City Planning and Development
                                Responsible Division: City-wide Planning and Research
                                Outcome: Economic Growth

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


                                                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
                                  Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                                  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                                          Total $             --   $             --   $           --

                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                       $      774,422      $    830,928       $     751,205
                                   Contracts                                                          730,647           105,094              67,171
                                   Supplies                                                             3,852            10,600               9,800
                                   Equipment                                                                                  --                  --
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
                                   Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                                                          Total $   1,508,921      $    946,622       $     828,176

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                      $   1,508,921      $     946,622      $     828,176
                                                                                          Total $   1,508,921      $     946,622      $     828,176

                                Personnel
                                  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   13.0              14.0               10.0
                                  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (1.0)             (1.0)              (1.0)
                                  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                 --
                                                                                      Total               12.0              13.0                9.0
                                Changes to the Budget
                                The reduction of personnel in the FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the transfer of one position to the Development
                                Management program and elimination of one filled and two vacant positions.




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                            Development Management




                                                                                                                          City Planning and Development
Responsible Division: Development Management
Outcome: Economic Growth

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

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


                                                                         Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                        2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                                        --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                      1,348,133         1,186,869           813,199
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                --                --
                                                         Total $        1,348,133     $   1,186,869     $     813,199

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     1,326,286     $   1,241,213     $      863,637
   Contracts                                                              144,278           128,153            126,319
   Supplies                                                                 7,801            10,000             11,380
   Equipment                                                                    --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                 --                --                 --
                                                         Total $        1,478,365     $   1,379,366     $    1,001,336

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $     1,478,365     $   1,379,366     $      200,293
   Development Services                                                         --                --           801,043
                                                         Total $        1,478,365     $   1,379,366     $    1,001,336

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       19.0              17.0              13.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                 --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --                --                --
                                                         Total                19.0              17.0              13.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the elimination of four vacant and one filled position, and one position is
transferred from City-Wide Planning.




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                                                                 Development Services
City Planning and Development
                                Responsible Division: Development Services Administration
                                Outcome: Economic Growth

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

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


                                                                                                        Actual              Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                       2008-09              2009-10           2010-11
                                Revenue
                                  Dedicated Tax                                                 $              --   $               --   $            --
                                  Grants                                                                       --                   --                --
                                  Permits and Fees                                                     9,488,091            8,799,538         8,103,992
                                  Other Revenue                                                                --                   --                --
                                                                                        Total $        9,488,091    $       8,799,538    $    8,103,992

                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                   Salaries and Benefits                                        $      8,557,579    $       7,894,494    $    7,233,932
                                   Contracts                                                             754,576              700,844           627,610
                                   Supplies                                                              116,067              166,700           204,950
                                   Equipment                                                              59,869               37,500            37,500
                                   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                   --                --
                                   Debt Service                                                                --                   --                --
                                                                                        Total $        9,488,091    $       8,799,538    $    8,103,992

                                Allocation by Fund
                                   General                                                      $      9,425,091    $       8,736,538    $            --
                                   Development Services                                                        --                   --        8,040,992
                                   Arterial Street Impact Fees                                            63,000               63,000            63,000
                                                                                        Total $        9,488,091    $       8,799,538    $    8,103,992

                                Personnel
                                  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    134.0                132.0             103.0
                                  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                   --                --
                                   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                   --                --
                                                                                        Total              134.0                132.0             103.0

                                Changes to the Budget
                                The FY 2010-11 Budget includes the elimination of twenty five vacant positions including eight in Investigations,
                                four in Permits, one in Private Inspections and twelve in Land Development Inspections. Additionally, one filled
                                position is eliminated in each of the following four programs: Development Services Administration, Permits,
                                Private Inspections and Land Development Inspections.




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                                   Urban Redevelopment




                                                                                                                                City Planning and Development
Responsible Division: Property and Economic Development
Outcome: Economic Growth

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

      - Brownfield Redevelopment                                        - Economic Development Project
      - Port Authority Riverfront Grant                                 - Land Trust Administration
      - Columbus Park Debt


                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                          2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $              --   $           --    $             --
  Grants                                                                           --               --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                         1,436,879          526,632             379,387
  Other Revenue                                                                    --               --                  --
                                                           Total $         1,436,879    $     526,632     $       379,387

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $      1,043,263    $     667,109     $       621,570
   Contracts                                                                 444,226           18,743              14,660
   Supplies                                                                    1,405            4,000               4,000
   Equipment                                                                       --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --               --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              423,391          424,969             424,969
   Capital Improvements                                                        5,793                --                  --
                                                           Total $         1,918,078    $   1,114,821     $     1,065,199

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                          $      1,371,107    $   1,114,821     $     1,065,199
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                            423,391                --                  --
   Economic Development Initiative- HUD                                      117,787                --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                        5,793                --                  --
                                                           Total $         1,918,078    $   1,114,821     $     1,065,199

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         12.0              10.0                   9.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                   --                --                 (0.7)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                --                --                    --
                                                           Total                12.0              10.0                   8.3

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget anticipates that federal Brownfields grants will fund 70% of the cost for one full-time position.
One position is transferred to Business Assistance.




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

                                The Capital Improvements Division manages development studies, prepares and reviews redevelopment plans,
                                and provides oversight of streetscape projects.


                                                                                                  Actual          Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                 2008-09          2009-10             2010-11
                                Revenue
                                     Dedicated Tax                                          $    4,119,993    $     89,500       $     200,000
                                     Grants                                                      1,828,979               --                  --
                                     Permits and Fees                                                    --              --                  --
                                     Other Revenue                                                       --              --                  --
                                                                                       Total $   5,948,972    $     89,500       $     200,000

                                Allocation by Expense Category
                                      Salaries and Benefits                                 $            --   $          --      $           --
                                      Contracts                                                          --              --                  --
                                      Supplies                                                           --              --                  --
                                      Equipment                                                          --              --                  --
                                      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                            --              --                  --
                                      Debt Service                                                       --              --                  --
                                      Capital Improvements                                       5,948,972          89,500             200,000
                                                                                       Total $   5,948,972    $     89,500       $     200,000

                                Allocation by Project
                                   Development Studies
                                      Line Creek Valley                                     $        5,266    $             --   $           --
                                      Jazz Museum and Conference Center                              2,511                  --               --
                                      Columbus Park Infrastructure                                  52,349                  --               --
                                      Library District                                             649,885                  --               --
                                      Main Street 31st to 44th                                         345                  --               --
                                      City-wide Trails Plan                                         38,677                  --               --
                                      Vivion Trail Phase 3                                          44,367                  --               --
                                      St. John/Benton Blvd Entryway                                  8,439                  --               --
                                      18th and Vine Improvements                                 1,650,949                  --               --
                                                                                 Subtotal $      2,452,788    $             --   $           --




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                                Capital Improvements




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

                                                                    Actual         Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09         2009-10             2010-11
  Redevelopment
    Brooklyn Avenue Improvements                               $     190,174   $          --      $           --
    Brownfield 28th and Prospect                                       4,098              --                  --
    Brownfield Beacon Hill                                             1,228              --                  --
    Library District                                                 138,360              --                  --
    Mexican Customs Facility                                         950,417              --                  --
    Troost Property Acquisition                                        5,000              --                  --
    Beacon Hill Phase III                                             20,142         89,500                   --
    Beacon Hill Redevelopment                                        858,791              --                  --
                                                    Subtotal $     2,168,210   $     89,500       $           --

  Streetscapes
     909 Walnut Streetscape                                    $     205,000 $               --   $           --
     Mainstreet Streetscape                                                --                --         200,000
     Broadway Streetscape                                            243,651                 --               --
     Town Pavillion Streetscape                                      668,188                 --               --
     Union Hill District Streetscape                                  53,425                 --               --
     Vivion Road Streetscape                                           2,750                 --               --
     Vivion Road Trail Phase II                                      154,960                 --               --
                                                    Subtotal $     1,327,974 $               --   $     200,000

                                                      Total $      5,948,972   $     89,500       $     200,000

Allocation by Fund
      Capital Improvements                                     $   4,119,993   $     89,500       $     200,000
      Economic Development Initiative - HUD Grant                  1,828,979              --                  --
                                                      Total $      5,948,972   $     89,500       $     200,000




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                    Contingent Appropriation




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

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




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Contingent Appropriation
                           Contingent Appropriation
                                 Organization Chart




                                     Citizens of
                                     Kansas City




                                      Mayor &
                                     City Council




                                     City Manager




                                      Contingent
                                     Appropriation




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                          Contingent Appropriation




                                                                                                               Contingent Appropriation
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                             Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                            2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                 $                    -- $    5,802,334 $       5,900,000
                                           Total $                    -- $    5,802,334 $       5,900,000

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

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $                   -- $            -- $     1,000,000
      Contracts                                                       --      5,802,334        4,900,000
      Supplies                                                        --              --               --
      Equipment                                                       --              --               --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         --              --               --
      Debt Service                                                    --              --               --
                                            Total $                   -- $    5,802,334 $      5,900,000

Allocation by Fund
      General                                    $                    -- $    5,802,334 $       5,900,000
                                           Total $                    -- $    5,802,334 $       5,900,000

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




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Contingent Appropriation
                                                     Contingent Appropriation
                                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                               Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                           Outcome     Programs and Activities                2008-09            2009-10            2010-11

                           Governance                                     $             -- $     5,802,334 $       5,900,000

                                     Contingent Appropriation
                                       Strategic Position Reserve         $             --   $            --   $     1,000,000
                                       Contingent Appropriation                         --        5,802,334          4,900,000
                                                                    Total $             --   $    5,802,334    $     5,900,000

                                     Department Total                     $             -- $     5,802,334 $       5,900,000




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                            Contingent Appropriation




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

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


                                                                     Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                      --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               --               --                --
                                                      Total $                 --   $           --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $             --   $           --   $    1,000,000
   Contracts                                                                  --       5,802,334         4,900,000
   Supplies                                                                   --               --                --
   Equipment                                                                  --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                               --               --                --
                                                      Total $                 --   $   5,802,334    $    5,900,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $                 --   $   5,802,334    $    5,900,000
                                                      Total $                 --   $   5,802,334    $    5,900,000

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

Changes to the Budget
The Contingent Appropriation is the City's "rainy day" fund. It reflects two purposes for the FY 2010-11 Budget.
The first purpose meets the requirement for a contingency reserve and is budgeted at $4.9 million. The second
purpose is to establish a $1 million reserve for strategic position restorations.




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     Convention and Entertainment Facilities




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

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




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                                               Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                                                              Organization Chart




                                                                                     Citizens of
                                                                                     Kansas City




                                                                                      Mayor &
                                                                                     City Council




                                                                                    City Manager




                                                                                    Convention &
                                                                                    Entertainment
                                                                                      Facilities
                                                                                   Oscar McGaskey
                                                                                     104.0 FTEs




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




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                                                                                                              Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                             Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                            2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                             $      141,793,315    $   48,376,034   $    34,572,865
                                              Total $      141,793,315    $   48,376,034   $    34,572,865

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $     24,393,760 $      29,360,755 $      22,536,993
      Grants                                                 2,000,000         2,003,912         1,817,695
      Permits and Fees                                       6,459,633         5,545,000         5,710,855
      Other Revenue                                                  --                --        1,815,879
                                              Total $       32,853,393 $      36,909,667 $      31,881,422

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $       5,572,733 $       5,727,677 $       5,420,499
        Contracts                                            9,123,843         7,239,405        10,125,514
        Supplies                                               131,325           524,545           530,320
        Equipment                                              358,327                 --                --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                --
        Debt Service                                       125,232,850        32,884,407        18,496,532
        Capital Maintenance                                  1,374,237         2,000,000                 --
                                               Total $     141,793,315 $      48,376,034 $      34,572,865

Allocation by Fund
        General                                       $        608,532    $    1,900,913   $     2,267,200
        Convention and Tourism                              19,522,292        15,173,780        15,411,198
        Convention and Sports Complex                      121,662,491        31,301,341        16,894,467
                                              Total $      141,793,315    $   48,376,034   $    34,572,865

Personnel by Department
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        102.0            102.0              104.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                   --               --                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --               --                 --
                                              Total              102.0            102.0              104.0




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                                                     Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                                     Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                          Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

                                          Economic Growth                                      $ 141,793,315 $        48,376,034 $      34,572,865

                                                    Administration                             $       888,162    $      960,342    $      878,097

                                                    American Royal Center
                                                      ARC Operations                           $       236,700    $       199,023 $         836,379
                                                      Debt Service - ARC Renovations                 2,273,713          2,269,913         2,267,200
                                                      ARC Event Support                                667,184                  --                --
                                                      Kemper Arena                                     767,320                  --          979,500
                                                                                        Total $      3,944,917    $     2,468,936 $       4,083,079

                                                    Convention Center Event Services
                                                      Box Office                               $       199,570    $       299,128   $       236,354
                                                      Event Coordination                               560,161            522,797           554,577
                                                      Event Support                                  2,307,316          2,525,555         2,421,068
                                                      Technical Services                             1,095,255          1,017,141         1,043,079
                                                                                        Total $      4,162,302    $     4,364,621   $     4,255,078

                                                    Convention Center Facility Operations
                                                      Facilities Maintenance                   $     7,168,891    $     6,881,660 $       7,432,267
                                                      Barney Allis Plaza Tennis Facility                     --           125,000           125,000
                                                      Capital Maintenance                            1,374,237          1,500,000                 --
                                                      Climate Control Debt                           1,596,826                  --                --
                                                                                         Total $    10,139,954    $     8,506,660 $       7,557,267

                                                    Convention Center Marketing
                                                      Convention Center Marketing              $       300,924    $      250,000 $         250,000
                                                      Sales and Marketing                              494,565           524,134           454,877
                                                      Marketing Agreements                             200,000                 --          200,000
                                                                                        Total $        995,489    $      774,134 $         904,877

                                                    Convention Center Debt Service             $   121,662,491    $    31,301,341   $    16,894,467

                                                    Department Total                           $ 141,793,315 $        48,376,034 $      34,572,865




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                                          Administration




                                                                                                                       Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention and Entertainment Facilities Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

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


                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                     2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $     462,833     $     447,959     $     437,218
  Grants                                                               110,450           150,269           119,479
  Permits and Fees                                                     345,711           831,646           361,355
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                --
                                                        Total $        918,994     $   1,429,874     $     918,052

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     801,794     $     853,257     $     787,623
   Contracts                                                            76,801           102,735            86,249
   Supplies                                                              9,567             4,350             4,225
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                      --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                        Total $        888,162     $     960,342     $     878,097

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                     $        888,162     $     960,342     $     878,097
                                                        Total $        888,162     $     960,342     $     878,097

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                                         American Royal Center
                                          Responsible Division: Convention and Entertainment Facilities Administration
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth

                                          American Royal Center (ARC) provides support for promoters, exhibitors, and attendees so that the American
                                          Royal Center and Kemper Arena are considered desirable venues for sporting events, concerts, horse shows,
                                          and other events.

                                             -   ARC Operations                                       -       Debt Service - ARC Renovations


                                                                                                                 Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                                2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                                 $      1,738,635     $     199,023      $            --
                                            Grants                                                                 414,904                 --                  --
                                            Permits and Fees                                                     1,298,664                 --                  --
                                            Other Revenue                                                                --                --          1,815,879
                                                                                              Total $            3,452,203     $     199,023      $    1,815,879

                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                        $              --    $            --    $            --
                                             Contracts                                                           1,671,204            199,023          1,815,879
                                             Supplies                                                                    --                 --                 --
                                             Equipment                                                                   --                 --                 --
                                             Capital Improvements                                                        --                 --                 --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                 --
                                             Debt Service                                                        2,273,713          2,269,913          2,267,200
                                                                                              Total $            3,944,917     $    2,468,936     $    4,083,079

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             General                                                      $        608,532     $    1,900,913     $    2,267,200
                                             Convention and Tourism                                              3,336,385            568,023          1,815,879
                                                                                              Total $            3,944,917     $    2,468,936     $    4,083,079

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

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          The FY2010-11 Budget includes revenue collected from a profit sharing agreement with AEG for the Sprint Center.
                                          The projected operating subsidy in FY 2010-11 for Kemper Arena is $840,000 and for the American Royal Center
                                          is $560,000.




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                   Convention Center Event Services




                                                                                                                          Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention Center Event Coordination
Outcome: Economic Growth

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

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

                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                         2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $      1,494,281    $   1,421,928    $    2,100,569
  Grants                                                                    356,592          476,990           574,023
  Permits and Fees                                                        1,315,715        3,009,526         1,965,186
  Other Revenue                                                                   --               --                --
                                                       Total $            3,166,588    $   4,908,444    $    4,639,778

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $      2,755,379    $   2,877,374    $    2,753,180
   Contracts                                                              1,460,343        1,270,373         1,483,224
   Supplies                                                                 120,650          216,874           218,674
   Equipment                                                                 25,930                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                           --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                        --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                                   --               --                --
                                                       Total $            4,362,302    $   4,364,621    $    4,455,078

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                    $            4,362,302    $   4,364,621    $    4,455,078
                                                       Total $            4,362,302    $   4,364,621    $    4,455,078

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        61.0             61.0              62.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --               --                --
                                                       Total                   61.0             61.0              62.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers one position from Marketing to Event Services.




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                                                         Convention Center Facility Operations
Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                          Responsible Division: Technical Services
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth

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

                                              - Barney Allis Plaza                                            - Facility Capital Improvements
                                              - Facilities Management                                         - Facility Climate Control Debt


                                                                                                                   Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                                                  2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                                     $    6,770,605    $   16,331,155    $    3,762,882
                                            Grants                                                                 1,019,129         1,255,521         1,028,284
                                            Permits and Fees                                                       3,189,905         1,015,518         3,096,966
                                            Other Revenue                                                                  --                --                --
                                                                                                      Total $     10,979,639    $   18,602,194    $    7,888,132

                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                            $    1,571,322    $    1,578,537    $    1,523,719
                                             Contracts                                                             5,265,172         4,629,602         5,730,527
                                             Supplies                                                                      --          298,521           303,021
                                             Equipment                                                               332,397                 --                --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                --                --
                                             Debt Service                                                          1,596,826                 --                --
                                             Capital Maintenance                                                   1,374,237         2,000,000                 --
                                                                                                      Total $     10,139,954    $    8,506,660    $    7,557,267

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             Convention and Tourism                                         $     10,139,954    $    8,506,660    $    7,557,267
                                                                                                      Total $     10,139,954    $    8,506,660    $    7,557,267

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

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces funding for capital maintenance of the convention facilities, as these funds must
                                          be redirected toward servicing the debt on Bartle Hall. Contractural services increase due to higher costs of utilities
                                          and security services.




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                        Convention Center Marketing




                                                                                                                        Convention and Entertainment Facilities
Responsible Division: Convention Center Sales
Outcome: Economic Growth

Convention Center Marketing promotes the Convention Center so that Bartle Hall and Municipal Auditorium are
used frequently and fully leading to further economic growth in Kansas City.

   -   Sales                                                  -       Convention Center Marketing


                                                                         Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                        2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $       414,540     $     361,101    $     350,969
  Grants                                                                   98,925           121,132           95,909
  Permits and Fees                                                        309,638           688,310          287,348
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                --               --
                                                      Total $             823,103     $   1,170,543    $     734,226

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $       444,238     $    418,509     $     355,977
   Contracts                                                              350,143          350,825           344,500
   Supplies                                                                 1,108            4,800             4,400
   Equipment                                                                    --               --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                         --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                                 --               --                --
                                                      Total $             795,489     $    774,134     $     704,877

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                   $             795,489     $    774,134     $     704,877
                                                      Total $             795,489     $    774,134     $     704,877

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        7.0              7.0              6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                 --               --               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --               --               --
                                                      Total                    7.0              7.0              6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers one position to Event Services.




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                                                               Convention Center Debt Service
Convention and Entertainment Facilities
                                          Responsible Division: Convention Center Technical Services
                                          Outcome: Economic Growth

                                          Convention Center Debt Service includes debt for the Bartle Hall Expansion.

                                              - Debt Service - Bartle Hall Expansion


                                                                                                                Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                               2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                                          Revenue
                                            Dedicated Tax                                                  $   13,512,866     $   10,599,589     $   15,885,355
                                            Grants                                                                      --                 --                 --
                                            Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                 --
                                            Other Revenue                                                         344,370                  --                 --
                                                                                                   Total $     13,857,236     $   10,599,589     $   15,885,355

                                          Allocation by Expense Category
                                             Salaries and Benefits                                         $         --       $            --    $            --
                                             Contracts                                                         300,180               686,847            665,135
                                             Supplies                                                                --                    --                 --
                                             Equipment                                                               --                    --                 --
                                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                    --                 --
                                             Debt Service                                                  121,362,311            30,614,494         16,229,332
                                                                                                   Total $ 121,662,491        $   31,301,341     $   16,894,467

                                          Allocation by Fund
                                             Convention and Sports Complex                               $ 121,662,491        $   31,301,341     $   16,894,467
                                                                                                   Total $ 121,662,491        $   31,301,341     $   16,894,467

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

                                          Changes to the Budget
                                          The FY 2010-11 Budget includes a decrease of $14,406,874 in debt repayment for the Bartle Hall Expansion bonds.




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                     Convention and Tourism




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

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




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                                         Convention and Tourism
                                                          Organization Chart




                                                              Citizens of
                                                              Kansas City




                                                               Mayor &
                                                              City Council




                                                              City Manager




                                 Convention &                                    Neighborhood
                                 Entertainment                    Law           and Community      Finance
                                   Facilities                                      Services



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




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                             Convention and Tourism




                                                                                                                   Convention and Tourism
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Economic Growth                             $      254,943,486     $   25,102,041     $    24,920,087
                                              Total $      254,943,486     $   25,102,041     $    24,920,087

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $      9,188,245 $        8,253,336 $         7,589,000
      Grants                                                         --                 --                  --
      Permits and Fees                                      17,092,708         15,819,486          14,505,200
      Other Revenue                                        220,975,000                  --                  --
                                              Total $      247,255,953 $       24,072,822 $        22,094,200

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $               -- $               -- $                --
        Contracts                                            4,154,526          3,540,000           3,220,000
        Supplies                                                     --                 --                  --
        Equipment                                                    --                 --                  --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies              7,715,239          7,741,907           6,899,000
        Debt Service                                       243,073,721         13,820,134          14,801,087
        Capital Improvements                                         --                 --                  --
                                               Total $     254,943,486 $       25,102,041 $        24,920,087

Allocation by Fund
        General                                       $              -- $       1,700,000     $     2,514,000
        Convention and Tourism                               8,648,593          6,413,336           5,899,000
        Neighborhood Tourist Development                     1,931,120          1,840,000           1,690,000
        Downtown Arena Project                             244,363,773         15,148,705          14,817,087
                                              Total $      254,943,486 $       25,102,041     $    24,920,087

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




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                                                    Convention and Tourism
                                                            SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                    Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                         Outcome     Programs and Activities                       2008-09          2009-10           2010-11

                         Economic Growth                                      $ 254,943,486 $       25,102,041 $     24,920,087

                                   Convention and Visitors Association        $     7,715,239 $       7,741,907 $      6,899,000

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

                                   Neighborhood Tourist Development           $     1,931,120 $       1,840,000 $      1,690,000

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

                                   Sprint Center Debt                         $   243,297,127 $      13,820,134 $     13,817,087

                                   Department Total                           $ 254,943,486 $       25,102,041 $     24,920,087




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                Convention and Visitors Association




                                                                                                                       Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: Convention & Entertainment Facilities Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Convention and Visitors Association (CVA) promotes convention and tourism opportunities in Kansas City to
maximize the economic benefit from visitors to the City.


                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $   7,257,125      $   6,413,336      $    5,899,000
  Grants                                                                   --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --         1,314,286           1,000,000
  Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                      Total $      7,257,125      $   7,727,622      $    6,899,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                               --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                                --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         7,715,239          7,741,907           6,899,000
   Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                      Total $      7,715,239      $   7,741,907      $    6,899,000

Allocation by Fund
   Convention and Tourism                                      $   6,648,593      $   6,413,336      $    5,899,000
   Downtown Arena Project                                          1,066,646          1,328,571           1,000,000
                                                      Total $      7,715,239      $   7,741,907      $    6,899,000

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a 9% reduction in the pass through payment to the CVA due to a decline in
tourism related tax and fee collections.




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                                  Jackson County Sports Complex Authority
                         Responsible Division: Legal Services
                         Outcome: Economic Growth

                         The Jackson County Sports Complex Authority oversees the management of Arrowhead Stadium and Kauffman
                         Stadium to provide regional venues for athletic and other activities.


                                                                                                 Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                         --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                --
                                                                                    Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                           $           --     $           --     $            --
                            Contracts                                                           2,000,000          1,700,000           1,530,000
                            Supplies                                                                    --                 --                  --
                            Equipment                                                                   --                 --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                                --                 --                  --
                                                                                    Total $     2,000,000      $   1,700,000      $    1,530,000

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

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

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a 10% reduction of the City's contribution to the Authority.




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                  Neighborhood Tourist Development




                                                                                                                          Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: Neighborhood and Community Services Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Neighborhood Tourist Development Program makes funds available to local not-for-profit neighborhood
organizations with whom the City has contracted to promote Kansas City as an international trade, convention,
visitor, and tourist center through cultural, social, ethnic, historic, educational, and recreational activities.


                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $   1,931,120      $   1,840,000      $    1,690,000
  Grants                                                                      --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                  --
                                                         Total $      1,931,120      $   1,840,000      $    1,690,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                          1,931,120          1,840,000           1,690,000
   Supplies                                                                   --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                               --                 --                  --
                                                         Total $      1,931,120      $   1,840,000      $    1,690,000

Allocation by Fund
   Neighborhood Tourist Development                            $      1,931,120      $   1,840,000      $    1,690,000
                                                         Total $      1,931,120      $   1,840,000      $    1,690,000

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

Changes to the Budget
The Neighborhood Tourist Development program is funded with 10 percent of hotel/motel tax revenue.
Funding decreases by $150,000 or 9% in FY 2010-11 due to reduced hotel/motel tax revenue estimates.




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                                               Performing Arts Center Garage
                         Responsible Division: City Treasurer
                         Outcome: Economic Growth

                         The Performing Arts Center garage will serve patrons to the Convention Center facilities and the new Kaufman
                         Center for the Performing Arts and will continue to facilitate the renaissance of downtown.


                                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                              2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $           --
                           Grants                                                                       --                 --               --
                           Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --               --
                           Other Revenue                                                                --                 --               --
                                                                                  Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                         $             --   $             --   $           --
                            Contracts                                                                   --                 --               --
                            Supplies                                                                    --                 --               --
                            Equipment                                                                   --                 --               --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --               --
                            Debt Service                                                                --                 --         984,000
                                                                                  Total $               --   $             --   $     984,000

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General Fund                                                $               --   $             --   $     984,000
                                                                                  Total $               --   $             --   $     984,000

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

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2010-11 Budget includes $984,000 for the first debt payment on the new Performing Arts Center garage.




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                                           Sprint Center




                                                                                                                           Convention and Tourism
Responsible Division: City Treasurer
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Sprint Center provides a world-class venue for sporting events, concerts and other attractions in the Kansas
City metro area.



                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $        --          $            --    $            --
  Grants                                                                  --                       --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                               17,092,708               14,505,200         13,505,200
  Other Revenue                                                 220,975,000                        --                 --
                                                        Total $ 238,067,708           $   14,505,200     $   13,505,200

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $             --     $            --    $            --
   Contracts                                                             223,406                   --                 --
   Supplies                                                                    --                  --                 --
   Equipment                                                                   --                  --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                  --                 --
   Debt Service                                                      243,073,721          13,820,134         13,817,087
   Capital Improvements                                                                            --                 --
                                                        Total $ 243,297,127           $   13,820,134     $   13,817,087

Allocation by Fund
   Downtown Arena Project                                     $ 243,297,127           $   13,820,134     $   13,817,087
                                                        Total $ 243,297,127           $   13,820,134     $   13,817,087

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no signficant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                   Debt Service




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

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




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Debt Service
               Debt Service
               Organization Chart




                     Citizens of
                    Kansas City




                      Mayor &
                     City Council




                    City Manager




                      Finance
                     Department




                      Treasury


                • Debt Service




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                                            Debt Service
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                                 Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                                                                2008-09         2009-10          2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Infrastructure                        $          20,823,767 $    21,978,680 $    19,557,827
                                               Total $          20,823,767 $    21,978,680 $    19,557,827




                                                                                                              Debt Service
Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                    $        10,106,852 $    11,058,392 $    10,680,097
      Grants                                                             --              --              --
      Permits and Fees                                                   --              --              --
      Other Revenue                                              1,149,872       1,843,560       1,550,599
                                               Total $          11,256,724 $    12,901,952 $    12,230,696

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $                    -- $            -- $            --
        Contracts                                                8,388,198               --              --
        Supplies                                                         --              --              --
        Equipment                                                        --              --              --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --              --              --
        Debt Service                                            12,435,569      21,978,680      19,557,827
                                              Total $           20,823,767 $    21,978,680 $    19,557,827

Allocation by Fund
        General Debt and Interest                    $          20,583,905 $    21,122,207 $    18,725,162
        Sewer Special Assessment                                   186,017         803,163         780,450
        Neighborhood Improvement District GO Bonds                  53,845          53,310          52,215
                                               Total $          20,823,767 $    21,978,680 $    19,557,827

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




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Debt Service
                                                     Debt Service
                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                   Actual        Adopted       Submitted
               Outcome     Programs and Activities                2008-09        2009-10        2010-11

               Public Infrastructure                         $   20,823,767 $   21,978,680 $   19,557,827

                         Debt Service                        $   20,823,767 $   21,978,680 $   19,557,827




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                                             Debt Service
Responsible Division: Treasury
Outcome: Public Infrastructure

The Debt Service Program reflects the City's expenditures for general obligation debt. This debt is backed by
the full faith and credit of the City and is used to acquire or replace facilities or equipment to provide essential
City services.

                                                                         Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                        2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue




                                                                                                                          Debt Service
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $   10,106,852    $   11,058,392    $   10,680,097
  Grants                                                                         --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                          1,149,872         1,843,560         1,843,560
                                                          Total $       11,256,724    $   12,901,952    $   12,523,657

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $            --   $            --   $            --
   Contracts                                                             8,388,198                 --                --
   Supplies                                                                      --                --                --
   Equipment                                                                     --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                         12,435,569        21,978,680        19,557,827
                                                          Total $       20,823,767    $   21,978,680    $   19,557,827

Allocation by Fund
   General Debt and Interest                             $              20,583,905    $   21,122,207    $   18,725,162
   Sewer Special Assessment                                                186,017           803,163           780,450
   Neighborhood Improvement Dist. Gen. Obligation Bonds                     53,845            53,310            52,215
                                                   Total $              20,823,767    $   21,978,680    $   19,557,827




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Debt Service
                                                         Debt Service
               Responsible Division: Treasury
               Outcome: Public Infrastructure
                                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                 2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
               Allocation by Debt Issuances
                  Property Tax-Supported Issuances
                     Chouteau Bridge (1996)                                $        928,750 $         928,750 $        854,077
                     Public Safety and Zoo Refunding (1998)                       6,339,988         6,362,606        3,759,260
                     Neighborhood/Downtown (2003)                                 1,268,675         1,328,375        1,375,825
                     Downtown (2004)                                                444,610           464,018          480,500
                     Neighborhood (2004)                                            545,020           567,134          587,150
                     Chouteau Bridge (2004)                                          47,173            48,464           49,600
                                                                     Total $      9,574,216 $       9,699,347 $      7,106,412

                  General Fund-Supported Issuances
                    Liberty Memorial (2004)                                 $       661,123 $        687,779 $         711,800
                    Zoo (2004)                                                      661,123          687,779           711,800
                    Basic Infrastructure (2004)                                   3,958,413        4,124,952         4,274,150
                    Liberty Memorial (2007)                                         501,303          500,344           500,000
                    Zoo (2007)                                                      276,304          275,344           275,000
                    Basic Infrastructure (2007)                                   2,980,553        2,979,599         2,979,250
                    Zoo (2008)                                                      493,369          541,938           541,687
                    Basic Infrastructure (2008)                                   1,477,501        1,625,125         1,625,063
                                                                     Total $     11,009,689 $     11,422,860 $      11,618,750

                  Special Assessment Issuances
                    SRF Sewer (1997)                                       $        186,017   $      803,163    $      780,450
                                                                     Total $        186,017   $      803,163    $      780,450

                  Neighborhood Improvement District
                    Assessment Issuances                                    $        53,845   $        53,310   $       52,215

                                                                     Total $     20,823,767   $   21,978,680    $   19,557,827


               Changes to the Budget
               The FY 2010-11 Budget anticipates that current General Obligation debt will be refunded to generate $2 million
               in savings.




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                      Economic Development




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

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




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Economic Development
                       Economic Development
                           Organization Chart




                                 Citizens of
                                 Kansas City




                                  Mayor &
                                 City Council




                                City Manager




                                  Finance
                                 Department




                                Development
                                  Finance

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




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                                                                                                               Economic Development
                               SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                             Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                            2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                             $        298,067,807 $     111,194,066 $     108,894,695
                                            Total $        298,067,807 $     111,194,066 $     108,894,695

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                              $                   -- $              -- $              --
      Grants                                                40,593,856        37,269,954        41,835,789
      Other Revenue                                        182,159,615         1,786,500         2,174,683
                                            Total $        222,753,471 $      39,056,454 $      44,010,472

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries	and	Benefits                       $                  --	 $            	--	 $             --	
      Contracts                                             67,023,405        81,000,822        82,962,960
      Supplies                                                       --	              	--	               --	
      Equipment                                                      --                --                --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --                --                --
      Debt	Service                                         231,044,402        30,193,244        25,931,735
                                            Total $        298,067,807 $     111,194,066 $     108,894,695

Allocation by Fund
      General Fund                               $             870,000 $       4,296,026 $         760,500
      HOK	Sports	Garage                                        667,092           674,660           689,899
      Super	TIF	Americana	Hotel                                750,401           905,400           970,571
      Super	TIF	12th	&	Wyandotte                             6,601,250         3,334,650         3,330,650
      Super	TIF	Briarcliff	West                              1,509,056         5,185,400         3,061,300
      Super	TIF	Brush	Creek                                    982,250           979,663           994,975
      Super	TIF	Hotel	President                             17,877,978         1,558,076         1,295,938
      Super	TIF	Hotel	Phillips                                 329,884           676,700           623,600
      Super	TIF	KC	Downtown	Redevelopment                  196,745,823        18,444,826        16,979,491
      Super	TIF	Midtown                                          3,500         3,795,094         3,837,694
      Super	TIF	Pershing	Road	IRS                            6,090,040         5,139,900         6,483,400
      Super	TIF	Savoy	Bar	and	Grill                             14,698            30,200           112,888
      Super	TIF	Tower	-	909	Walnut                           7,825,497           929,169           725,583
      Super	TIF	Union	Hill                                     134,085           154,400           151,118
      Super	TIF	Uptown	Theater                                     680           369,358           406,492
      Super	TIF	H&	R	Block                                   3,210,469         2,691,500         4,022,500
      Super	TIF	Aladdin	Hotel                                  246,587           378,200           186,252
      East Village                                             637,737         1,388,044         1,603,044
      TIF	Special	Allocation                                53,570,780        60,262,800        62,658,800
                                            Total $        298,067,807 $     111,194,066 $     108,894,695




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                                                    Economic Development
                                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                     Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                       Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

                       Economic Growth                                         $ 298,067,807 $ 111,194,066 $ 108,894,695

                                 Super Tax Increment Financing
                                   12th	&	Wyandotte	-	Muehlebach	Hotel         $     6,601,250    $    3,334,650    $     3,330,650
                                   Brush	Creek	Blue	Parkway	Town	Center                982,250           979,663            994,975
                                   HOK	Sport	Garage                                    667,092           674,660            689,899
                                   Hotel Phillips                                      329,884           676,700            879,900
                                   Hotel President                                  17,877,978         1,558,076          1,295,938
                                   KC Downtown Redevelopment                       196,745,823        18,444,826         16,979,491
                                   Midtown                                               3,500         3,795,094          3,837,694
                                   Pershing	Road	IRS                                 6,090,040         5,139,900          6,483,400
                                   Savoy	Bar	and	Grill                                  14,698            30,200            112,888
                                   Tower	-	909	Walnut                                7,825,497           825,069            593,583
                                   Union	Hill                                          220,349           258,200            227,500
                                   Uptown	Theater                                          680           369,358            379,157
                                   East Village                                        637,737         1,388,044          1,603,044
                                                                       Total   $   237,996,778    $   37,474,440    $    37,408,119
                                 Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
                                   11th	Street	Corridor                        $     5,364,833    $    4,707,100    $     5,870,500
                                   1200	Main/South	Loop                              3,210,469         2,691,500          4,155,300
                                   13th	&	Washington                                   400,480           341,400            412,800
                                   19th & Central                                      273,102           119,200            277,200
                                   43rd & Main                                         696,473           498,000                  --
                                   811 Main                                             68,569           107,100             67,200
                                   87th and Hillcrest                                        --        1,232,600          1,237,300
                                   Baltimore	Place                                           --           61,600                  --
                                   Barrytowne                                        1,963,710         1,896,800          1,932,500
                                   Blue	Ridge	Mall                                   1,535,263         3,922,800          2,087,500
                                   Briarcliff	West                                   2,703,976         2,771,200          2,733,300
                                   Brush	Creek	Corridor                              1,673,336         3,767,000          1,841,200
                                   Chouteau I-35                                     1,513,510         1,137,900          1,100,900
                                   Civic Mall                                        1,194,780         1,186,800          1,204,600
                                   Country Club Plaza                                4,355,603         4,500,100          4,429,300
                                   Downtown	Library                                     54,326           117,400             95,600
                                   Freighthouse                                        880,459           641,800            924,000
                                   Gateway                                             403,137           359,700            407,700
                                   Grand	Boulevard                                     640,766           631,400            795,200
                                   Hickman	Mills                                       594,034         1,200,000          1,386,100
                                   Hotel Phillips                                      256,253                 --                 --
                                   Jazz District                                        19,161            51,700             19,300
                                   Judicial	Square                                      38,157            70,400             46,300
                                   KCI Corridor Plan                                 2,162,279         3,828,600          4,095,500
                                   New	England	Bank	Building                           158,257           158,700            178,200
                                   New	York	Life                                       643,328           615,100            393,000
                                   North	Oak                                           314,359         2,387,800          1,068,900
                                   Parvin Road                                       2,262,793         2,455,200          2,280,600
                                   Plaza	West	Edge                             $         1,628    $    1,993,800    $       488,600




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                                                                                                               Economic Development
                                          SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

          TIF (Continued)
             Performing Arts                        $              --   $      837,900    $        22,000
             Prospect North                                  133,618           142,700            129,200
             River	Market                                      3,306            21,100              3,300
             Santa	Fe                                        141,842           129,100            144,600
             Searcy	Creek                                    405,152           366,200            405,200
             Shoal	Creek                                  13,530,237        14,003,800         16,139,600
             Southtown	Corridor                            4,956,833         2,613,100          5,121,800
             Summit                                          299,450           318,300            310,400
             Three Trails                                          --            2,900                  --
             Tower Properties                                267,030           523,200            267,100
             Uptown                                                --                --            27,335
             Universal                                     1,804,146         1,088,100          1,864,000
             Walnut	Creek                                    175,088           178,500            175,100
             Winchester                                    1,655,702         1,613,700          2,187,300
             Union	Hill	Project	L                            134,085           154,400            151,118
             Tower	Properties	Project	H                            --          104,100            132,000
             River	Market	2nd	Street                               --           55,300             17,200
             Briarcliff	Project	8-9                        1,179,711         1,959,700          1,970,400
             12th	Wyandotte	Project	4                        246,587           378,200            186,252
             East Village 2-3                                      --          441,000            941,800
             North	Oak	2B                                      4,934           134,200             31,200
             Americana                                       750,401           905,400            970,571
             South	Loop                                      129,866                 --                 --
                                               Total $    59,201,029    $   69,423,600    $    70,726,076

          Other Incentive Projects
             KC	Live	Debt	Reserve                    $              -- $     3,031,026    $               --
                                               Total $              -- $     3,031,026    $               --

          Economic Development Corporation          $        870,000    $    1,265,000    $       760,500

          Department Total                          $ 298,067,807 $ 111,194,066 $ 108,894,695




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                                     Super Tax Increment Financing (STIF)
                       Responsible Division: Development Finance
                       Outcome: Economic Growth

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

                                                                                             Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                            2008-09            2009-10            2010-11

                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                  $         --       $            --   $            --
                         Grants                                                                   --                    --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                         --                    --                --
                         Other Revenue                                                  182,159,615             1,786,500         2,174,683
                                                                                Total $ 182,159,615        $    1,786,500    $    2,174,683

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries	and	Benefits                                         $         --       $            --   $            --
                          Contracts                                                       6,952,376             7,281,196        11,476,384
                          Supplies                                                                --                    --                --
                          Equipment                                                               --                    --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                    --                --
                          Debt	Service                                                  231,044,402            30,193,244        25,931,735
                                                                                Total $ 237,996,778        $   37,474,440    $   37,408,119

                       Allocation by Fund
                          HOK	Sports	Garage                                    $     667,092               $      674,660    $      689,899
                          STIF	Pershing	Road	IRS                                   6,090,040                    5,139,900         6,483,400
                          Super	TIF	Special	Allocation                               220,349                      258,200           483,800
                          Super	TIF	12th	&	Wyandotte                               6,601,250                    3,334,650         3,330,650
                          Super	TIF	Midtown                                            3,500                    3,795,094         3,837,694
                          Super	TIF	Uptown	Theater                                       680                      369,358           379,157
                          Super	TIF	Hotel	President                               17,877,978                    1,558,076         1,295,938
                          Super	TIF	Hotel	Phillips                                   329,884                      676,700           623,600
                          Super	TIF	Savoy	Bar	and	Grill                               14,698                       30,200           112,888
                          Super	TIF	Brush	Creek/Blue	Parkway/Town	Center	            982,250                      979,663           994,975
                          Super	TIF	Tower	-	909	Walnut                             7,825,497                      825,069           593,583
                          Super	TIF	KC	Downtown	Redevelopment                    196,745,823                   18,444,826        16,979,491
                          East Village                                               637,737                    1,388,044         1,603,044
                                                                         Total $ 237,996,778               $   37,474,440    $   37,408,119

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




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                       Tax Increment Financing (TIF)




                                                                                                                       Economic Development
Responsible Division: Development Finance
Outcome: Economic Growth

Tax	Increment	Financing	(TIF)	helps	redevelop	blighted	areas	by	redirecting	50%	of	all	incremental	tax	revenues
to offset costs of redevelopment.


                                                                     Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $            --     $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                           40,593,856          37,269,954        41,835,789
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                  --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                  --                --
                                                      Total $      40,593,856      $   37,269,954    $   41,835,789

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                       $            --     $            --   $            --
   Contracts                                                       59,201,029          72,454,626        70,726,076
   Supplies                                                                 --                  --                --
   Equipment                                                                --                  --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                  --                --
   Debt	Service                                                             --                  --                --
                                                      Total $      59,201,029      $   72,454,626    $   70,726,076

Allocation by Fund
   General Fund                                                $            -- $        3,031,026    $            --
   TIF	Special	Allocation                                          53,350,431          60,004,600        62,175,000
   Super	TIF	H&R	Block                                              3,210,469           2,691,500         4,022,500
   Super	TIF	Union	Hill                                               134,085             154,400           151,118
   Super	TIF	Tower	-	909	Walnut                                             --	           104,100           132,000
   Super	TIF	Aladdin	Hotel                                            246,587             378,200           186,252
   Super	TIF	Americana	Hotel                                          750,401             905,400           970,571
   Super	TIF	Briarcliff	West                                        1,509,056           5,185,400         3,061,300
   Super	TIF	Uptown                                                         --	                 --           27,335
                                                      Total $      59,201,029 $        72,454,626    $   70,726,076

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




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                                      Economic Development Corporation
                       Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                       Outcome: Economic Growth

                       The	Economic	Development	Corporation	of	Kansas	City,	MO	(EDC)	is	a	not-for-profit	organization	that	works	to
                       promote economic development, facilitate redevelopment and provide business retention services.

                           - Economic Development Corporation


                                                                                        Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $             --   $           --
                         Grants                                                                   --                 --               --
                         Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --               --
                         Other Revenue                                                            --                 --               --
                                                                            Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries	and	Benefits                                     $           --     $           --     $           --
                          Contracts                                                       870,000          1,265,000            760,500
                          Supplies                                                              --                 --                 --
                          Equipment                                                             --                 --                 --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                 --
                          Debt	Service                                                          --                 --                 --
                                                                            Total $       870,000      $   1,265,000      $     760,500

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                   $     870,000      $   1,265,000      $     760,500
                          Convention and Tourism                                                --                 --                 --
                                                                            Total $       870,000      $   1,265,000      $     760,500

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

                       Changes to the Budget
                       During FY 2009-10, funding for the EDC was reduced from $1,265,000 to $845,000. Tax increment finance
                       reimbursement	administration	is	shifted	back	to	the	City	Finance	Department.	The	FY	2010-11	Budget	reflects	
                       a reduction of $84,500 from $845,000 to $760,500.




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                                        Finance




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

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




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                                      Finance
Finance
                                 Organization Chart




                                         Citizens of
                                         Kansas City




                                          Mayor &
                                         City Council




                                        City Manager




                                             Finance
                                        Randall Landes
                                         108.0 FTEs




            Finance
                           City Controller               Revenue   Treasury
          Administration




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                                            Finance
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                           Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                          2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
       Governance                                  $      12,844,042    $   11,810,826     $    11,569,240
                                             Total $      12,844,042    $   11,810,826     $    11,569,240

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




                                                                                                              Finance
                                             Total $          91,300    $             --   $       142,257

Allocation by Expense Category
       Salaries and Benefits                        $      9,093,755    $    7,667,257     $     7,636,442
       Contracts                                           3,573,893         4,000,467           3,796,578
       Supplies                                              175,774           143,102             136,220
       Equipment                                                 620                 --                  --
       Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                     --                --                  --
       Debt Service                                                --                --                  --
                                              Total $     12,844,042    $   11,810,826     $    11,569,240

Allocation by Fund
       General                                       $    11,610,626    $   10,549,985     $    10,277,047
       Museum                                                 20,682            24,210              23,652
       Park Maintenance                                      104,397           107,040             130,929
       Boulevard Maintenance                                   6,011             5,720               5,711
       Trafficway Maintenance                                 43,895            50,921              53,811
       Public Mass Transportation                             40,839                 --                  --
       Health Levy                                           688,364           822,250             833,493
       Community Centers                                      23,402            33,000              32,188
       Capital Improvements                                   75,000                 --                  --
       General Debt and Interest                             166,138           177,700             172,409
       Revolving Public Improvement                            4,135            10,000              10,000
       Sewer Special Assessment                               23,276            30,000              30,000
       Community Development                                      18                 --                  --
       Convention and Tourism                                 36,505                 --                  --
       Water                                                     754                 --                  --
                                             Total $      12,844,042    $   11,810,826     $    11,569,240

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                      150.0             117.0               112.0
    Charges to/from other Programs                              (2.0)             (2.0)               (4.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --                --                  --
                                             Total             148.0             115.0               108.0




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                                                        Finance
Finance
                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                       Actual          Adopted            Submitted
          Outcome      Programs and Activities                        2008-09          2009-10             2010-11

          Governance                                             $   12,844,042 $      11,810,826 $       11,569,240

                    Director's Office                            $      524,325    $      512,903     $      511,326

                    Accounts
                      Accounts                                   $     2,667,106   $     2,478,385    $     2,249,153
                      Independent Audit                                  341,869           370,859            410,374
                                                          Total $      3,008,975   $     2,849,244    $     2,659,527

                    City Treasurer
                       Property Tax Assessment and Collection    $     1,767,699   $     2,077,241    $     2,127,492
                       Treasury                                        1,821,753         1,718,184          1,604,815
                       Development Finance                               617,578                 --           419,848
                                                           Total $     4,207,030   $     3,795,425    $     4,152,155

                    Revenue                                      $     5,103,712   $     4,653,254    $     4,246,232

                    Department Total                             $   12,844,042 $      11,810,826 $       11,569,240




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                                        Director's Office
Responsible Division: Finance Administration
Outcome: Governance

The Director's Office provides the overall management of financial affairs of the City so that public funds are
equitably collected, effectively leveraged, and properly utilized.


                                                                      Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                        --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --               --




                                                                                                                         Finance
                                                         Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     458,706      $     418,784      $     423,120
   Contracts                                                             60,753             92,519             87,006
   Supplies                                                               4,246              1,600              1,200
   Equipment                                                                620                  --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --                 --                 --
                                                         Total $        524,325      $     512,903      $     511,326

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $        524,325      $     512,903      $     511,326
                                                         Total $        524,325      $     512,903      $     511,326

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      4.0                3.0               3.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                               --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --                --
                                                         Total               4.0                3.0               3.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                        Accounts
Finance
          Responsible Division: City Controller
          Outcome: Governance

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

              - Accounts                                                - Independent Audit


                                                                            Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $            --
            Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
            Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
            Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                                Total $               --   $             --   $            --

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                      $   2,450,816      $   2,251,624      $    2,075,843
             Contracts                                                        528,138            553,190             542,454
             Supplies                                                          30,021             44,430              41,230
             Equipment                                                              --                 --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --                  --
             Debt Service                                                           --                 --                  --
                                                                Total $     3,008,975      $   2,849,244      $    2,659,527

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                    $   2,877,480      $   2,849,244      $    2,659,527
             Public Mass Transportation                                        40,839                  --                  --
             Capital Improvements                                              75,000                  --                  --
             General Debt and Interest                                         15,656                  --                  --
                                                                Total $     3,008,975      $   2,849,244      $    2,659,527

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 37.0              30.0                29.0
            Charges to/from other Programs                                           --                --               (3.0)
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                  --
                                                                Total             37.0              30.0                26.0

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one vacant position and charges three positions to the Community Development
          Block Grants.




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                                          City Treasurer
Responsible Division: Treasury
Outcome: Governance

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


                                                                    Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2008-09          2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --




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

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $   1,955,081    $    1,312,679     $    1,669,375
   Contracts                                                        2,232,091         2,474,346          2,472,780
   Supplies                                                            19,858             8,400             10,000
   Equipment                                                                --                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                             --                --                 --
                                                       Total $      4,207,030    $    3,795,425     $    4,152,155

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $   3,105,109    $    2,534,584     $    2,859,962
   Museum                                                              20,682            24,210             23,652
   Park Maintenance                                                   104,397           107,040            130,929
   Boulevard Maintenance                                                6,011             5,720              5,711
   Trafficway Maintenance                                              43,895            50,921             53,811
   Health Levy                                                        688,364           822,250            833,493
   Community Centers                                                   23,402            33,000             32,188
   General Debt and Interest                                          150,482           177,700            172,409
   Community Development                                                   18                 --                 --
   Revolving Public Improvement                                         4,135            10,000             10,000
   Sewer Special Assessment                                            23,276            30,000             30,000
   Water                                                                  754                 --                 --
   Convention and Tourism                                              36,505                 --                 --
                                                       Total $      4,207,030    $    3,795,425     $    4,152,155

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  31.0              19.0               23.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                         (2.0)             (2.0)              (1.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                 --
                                                       Total             29.0              17.0               22.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates two filled positions. One less cashiering position is charged to Water Services.
Property tax collection and assessments are budgeted at $2,094,620, an increase of $17,379 or 0.8%. The FY
2009-10 Budget anticipated the transition of economic incentive administration to the Economic Development
Corporation (EDC), but that move did not occur. Six positions were reestablished during FY 2009-10 for the
administration of economic incentives.




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                                                         Revenue
Finance
          Responsible Division: Revenue
          Outcome: Governance

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



                                                                               Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                               2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
            Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
            Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
            Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                                   Total $               --   $             --   $            --

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                         $   4,229,152      $   3,684,170      $    3,468,104
             Contracts                                                           752,911            880,412             694,338
             Supplies                                                            121,649             88,672              83,790
             Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
             Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
                                                                   Total $     5,103,712      $   4,653,254      $    4,246,232

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                     $     5,103,712      $   4,653,254      $    4,246,232
                                                                   Total $     5,103,712      $   4,653,254      $    4,246,232

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   78.0               65.0                57.0
            Charges to/from other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                                   Total            78.0               65.0                57.0

          Changes to the Budget
          The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates six filled positions and two vacant positions. Technology and tax return
          process improvements will produce reduced costs in FY 2010-11.




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                                             Fire




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

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




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                                                        Fire
Fire
                                            Organization Chart




                                                         Citizens of
                                                        Kansas City




                                                        Mayor and
                                                        City Council




                                                     City Manager




                                                            Fire
                                                        Richard Dyer
                                                        1,330.3 FTEs




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




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




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                                              Fire
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                           Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                          2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Public Safety                               $ 123,517,968      $ 111,355,364     $ 128,949,373
                                              Total $ 123,517,968      $ 111,355,364     $ 128,949,373

Revenue
    Dedicated Tax                                     $   41,921,737 $     30,978,003    $   29,211,230
    Grants                                                    (1,314)           5,000             5,000
    Permits and Fees                                       1,140,818        1,253,800        18,699,982
    Other Revenue                                                  --       4,433,800         4,291,536
                                              Total $     43,061,241 $     36,670,603    $   52,207,748

Allocation by Expense Category
    Salaries and Benefits                             $85,819,947      $  82,368,536     $ 105,213,676
    Contracts                                           8,138,902          9,979,029        13,678,048




                                                                                                           Fire
    Supplies                                            1,574,414          1,900,457         3,752,623
    Equipment                                           3,387,479          2,390,000         2,380,000
    Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            12,000,000         11,000,000                 --
    Debt Service                                        2,870,954          2,875,959         3,291,642
    Capital Improvements                                9,726,272            841,383           633,384
                                              Total $ 123,517,968      $ 111,355,364     $ 128,949,373

Allocation by Fund
    General                                           $83,169,781 $  81,872,361          $  83,235,199
    Ambulance Services                                          --            --            27,334,987
    Fire Sales Tax                                     26,849,501    16,978,003             16,874,187
    Public Safety Sales Tax                             1,500,000     1,500,000              1,500,000
    Health Levy                                        12,000,000    11,000,000                      --
    Police Drug Enforcement                                (1,314)        5,000                  5,000
                                              Total $ 123,517,968 $ 111,355,364          $ 128,949,373

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                   1,003.9           1,001.9           1,328.9
    Charges to/from Other Departments                             --              1.4               1.4
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             --                --                --
                                              Total         1,003.9           1,003.3           1,330.3




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                                                           Fire
Fire
                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                        Actual           Adopted             Submitted
       Outcome     Programs and Activities                             2008-09           2009-10              2010-11

       Public Safety                                             $   123,517,968    $   111,355,364     $   128,949,373

                 Administration
                   Office of the Fire Chief                      $        718,088   $        840,537    $      1,138,068
                   Human Resources                                        386,132            492,525             489,878
                   Financial Services                                     501,072            535,405             510,215
                                                        Total $         1,605,292   $      1,868,467    $      2,138,161

                 Ambulance Services
                   LCRA-MAST Facility                            $              -- $               -- $           475,569
                   MAST                                                 13,500,000         12,500,000                  --
                   Administration                                               --                 --           2,448,989
                   Billing                                                      --                 --           1,567,284
                   Operations                                                   --                 --          15,375,945
                   Clinical and Training                                        --                 --           1,284,375
                   Communications                                               --                 --           3,080,389
                   Fleet                                                        --                 --           4,602,436
                                                                 $      13,500,000 $       12,500,000 $        28,834,987

                 Fire Alarm and Communications
                    Computer-Aided Dispatch Operations     $              470,778   $        565,848    $        558,790
                    Computer-Aided Dispatch System Upgrade                 50,295                  --                  --
                    Fire Communications                                 1,874,863          1,930,764           1,877,239
                    Technical Services Bureau                             242,101            270,714             312,605
                                                     Total $            2,638,037   $      2,767,326    $      2,748,634

                 Fire Education                                  $        171,632   $         91,978    $        173,082

                 Fire Equipment                                  $      1,220,063   $      1,419,046    $      1,419,604

                 Fire Facilities Maintenance                     $      1,095,572   $      1,210,425    $        994,918

                 Fire Fighting Force
                    Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting            $      2,671,810   $      2,861,564    $      2,791,536
                    Firemens Pension-Guarantee                                600                600                 600
                    Fire Fighting Force                                76,919,824         75,548,607          77,595,718
                    Special Operations Bureau                             456,575            485,378             477,345
                                                        Total $        80,048,809   $     78,896,149    $     80,865,199

                 Fire Fleet
                    Fire Apparatus Replacement                   $      3,187,182   $      2,875,959    $      2,816,073
                    Maintenance and Repair                              3,686,446          2,105,748           2,150,989
                                                        Total $         6,873,628   $      4,981,707    $      4,967,062




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                                                  Fire
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                Actual           Adopted             Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                            2008-09           2009-10              2010-11

          Fire Investigations                        $            343,533   $       333,257     $        339,477

          Fire Prevention
             COMBAT Grant                            $             (1,314) $           5,000    $          5,000
             Community Services Bureau                            313,193            334,766             334,260
             Fire Marshal                                         447,935            655,372             628,935
             Fire Inspections                                   1,434,717          1,351,535           1,187,674
                                               Total $          2,194,531 $        2,346,673    $      2,155,869

          Fire Station Facility Improvements         $          9,675,080   $       841,383     $        633,384

          Firefighting Training
             Emergency Medical Training            $              526,610   $        635,423    $        195,000
             Firefighting Training                                976,130          1,013,901           1,014,609




                                                                                                                    Fire
             Homeland Security Grant                              186,822                  --                  --
             Professional Development Bureau                      280,843            287,181             284,188
             Records Management System Training                    96,047             96,445              98,577
                                             Total $            2,066,452   $      2,032,950    $      1,592,374

          Hazardous Materials Team                   $          2,085,339   $      2,066,003    $      2,086,622

          Department Total                          $    123,517,968        $   111,355,364     $   128,949,373




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                                                 Administration
Fire
       Responsible Division: Office of the Fire Chief
       Outcome: Public Safety

       Administration provides leadership, coordination, and support services to the Fire Department so the community
       receives efficient, effective, and caring service delivery.

           - Office of the Fire Chief                                 - Financial Services
           - Human Resources


                                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                           2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                $      163,806     $     165,000     $     165,000
         Grants                                                                    --                --                --
         Permits and Fees                                                          --                --                --
         Other Revenue                                                             --                --                --
                                                              Total $        163,806     $     165,000     $     165,000

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                       $    1,137,755 $       1,139,654     $    1,110,866
          Contracts                                                          492,163           723,113          1,021,595
          Supplies                                                           (24,626)            5,700              5,700
          Equipment                                                                --                --                 --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                 --
          Debt Service                                                             --                --                 --
                                                              Total $      1,605,292 $       1,868,467     $    2,138,161

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                     $    1,441,486     $   1,703,467     $    1,973,161
          Fire Sales Tax                                                     163,806           165,000            165,000
                                                              Total $      1,605,292     $   1,868,467     $    2,138,161

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   14.9              13.9              12.9
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                          --                --                --
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                --
                                                              Total              14.9              13.9              12.9

       Changes to the Budget
       The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one vacant position from the Financial Services program. The $165,000 from
       the Fire Sales Tax pays for training and pre-hire employee drug testing. Contracts are increased due primarily to
       increases in insurance costs.




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                                 Ambulance Services
Responsible Division: Fire Department
Outcome: Public Safety

Ambulance Services Program provides optimum emergency pre-hospital care and transport to citizens and
guests of Kansas City.

    - Administration                                           - Clinical and Training
    - Billing                                                  - Communications
    - Operations                                               - Fleet Maintenance

                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $   13,500,000     $   12,500,000     $   10,899,543
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --        17,419,682
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --           515,762
                                                      Total $      13,500,000     $   12,500,000     $   28,834,987




                                                                                                                       Fire
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $            --    $            --    $   21,385,369
   Contracts                                                                --                 --         3,754,123
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --         1,719,926
   Equipment                                                        1,500,000          1,500,000          1,500,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         12,000,000         11,000,000                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --           475,569
                                                      Total $      13,500,000     $   12,500,000     $   28,834,987

Allocation by Fund
   Ambulance Services Fund                                     $            --    $            --    $   27,334,987
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                          1,500,000          1,500,000          1,500,000
   Health Levy                                                     12,000,000         11,000,000                  --
                                                      Total $      13,500,000     $   12,500,000     $   28,834,987

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      --                 --            332.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                --
                                                      Total                  --                 --            332.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the consolidation of the Metropolitan Ambulance Services Trust into the Kansas
City Missouri Fire Department.




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                            Fire Alarm and Communications
Fire
       Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety

       Fire Alarm and Communications provides emergency and non-emergency communication to the community so
       responses will be timely and responsive.

           - Technical Services Bureau                               - Computer Aided Dispatch Operations
           - Fire Communications                                     - Computer Aided Dispatch System Upgrade


                                                                           Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                          2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                               $      523,420     $     570,848    $       615,331
         Grants                                                                   --                --                 --
         Permits and Fees                                                     6,498             8,800              8,800
         Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --
                                                             Total $        529,918     $     579,648    $       624,131

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                      $    2,021,355 $       2,069,114    $      2,002,098
          Contracts                                                         569,443           678,362             676,686
          Supplies                                                           (3,953)           19,850              69,850
          Equipment                                                               --                --                  --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                  --
          Debt Service                                                            --                --                  --
          Capital Improvements                                               51,192                 --                  --
                                                             Total $      2,638,037 $       2,767,326    $      2,748,634

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                    $    2,114,617     $   2,196,478    $      2,133,303
          Fire Sales Tax                                                    523,420           570,848             615,331
                                                             Total $      2,638,037     $   2,767,326    $      2,748,634

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  24.0             24.0                23.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                         --             1.4                 1.4
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                  --
                                                             Total              24.0             25.4                24.4

       Changes to the Budget
       The $615,331 allocation from the Fire Sales Tax pays for one full-time position in CAD operations and
       maintenance of the CAD system. The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one vacant position from the Fire
       Communications program.




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                                           Fire Education
Responsible Division: Community Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

Fire Education teaches fire safety to the citizens so the risk of fire damage and loss of life is reduced.

    - Fire Education

                                                                         Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                          --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                                --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                   --                 --               --
                                                          Total $                 --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $     176,531 $           85,944      $     167,048
   Contracts                                                               (5,321)             5,234              5,234




                                                                                                                           Fire
   Supplies                                                                   422                800                800
   Equipment                                                                    --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                 --
                                                          Total $         171,632 $           91,978      $     173,082

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $         171,632      $      91,978      $     173,082
                                                          Total $         171,632      $      91,978      $     173,082

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget increases funding for Fire Education by $81,104, as a planned program reduction
in FY 2009-10 was shifted to the fire prevention program.




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                                                 Fire Equipment
Fire
       Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety

       Fire Equipment acquires, maintains, and replaces fire protective clothing and firefighting equipment so that safe,
       efficient, and effective emergency response can be delivered to the community.


                                                                             Actual            Adopted         Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10          2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                  $     836,520      $     970,000 $         970,000
         Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
         Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
         Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                                Total $       836,520      $     970,000 $         970,000

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                         $      201,358     $     199,779 $         198,937
          Contracts                                                              7,350            72,967            74,367
          Supplies                                                             590,659           596,300           596,300
          Equipment                                                            420,696           550,000           550,000
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                --
          Debt Service                                                               --                --                --
                                                                Total $      1,220,063     $   1,419,046 $       1,419,604

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                       $      383,543     $     449,046 $         449,604
          Fire Sales Tax                                                       836,520           970,000           970,000
                                                                Total $      1,220,063     $   1,419,046 $       1,419,604

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

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget. The $970,000 allocation from the Fire Sales
       Tax pays for the replacement of fire protective clothing and firefighting equipment.




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                           Fire Facilities Maintenance
Responsible Division: General Services
Outcome: Public Safety

The Fire Facilities Maintenance Program addresses the routine building maintenance and operating needs
of 34 fire stations.


                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $    164,274       $    200,000       $     190,000
  Grants                                                                 --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                       --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                          --                 --                  --
                                                     Total $       164,274       $    200,000       $     190,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $           --     $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                        918,410            962,925            757,418




                                                                                                                     Fire
   Supplies                                                          12,888             47,500             47,500
   Equipment                                                        164,274            200,000            190,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           --                 --                 --
                                                     Total $      1,095,572      $   1,210,425      $     994,918

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $     931,298      $   1,010,425      $     804,918
   Fire Sales Tax                                                   164,274            200,000            190,000
                                                     Total $      1,095,572      $   1,210,425      $     994,918

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget includes $804,918 for Fire Facility Maintenance that the General Services Department
is responsible for. The remaining allocation from the Fire Sales Tax funds critical equipment needs in the
fire stations.




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                                            Fire Fighting Force
Fire
       Responsible Division: Special Operations Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety

       The Fire Fighting Force provides immediate and effective deployment of personnel and equipment to fires, sudden
       medical emergencies, and other dangerous situations so that loss of life and property is minimized.

           - Fire Fighting Force                                        - Fire Pension Reserve
           - Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting                          - Special Operations Administration


                                                                              Actual          Adopted             Submitted
                                                                             2008-09          2009-10              2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                  $   10,120,524    $   10,875,368      $   11,001,641
         Grants                                                                      --                --                  --
         Permits and Fees                                                      319,925           310,000             236,500
         Other Revenue                                                       2,228,171         2,861,564           2,791,536
                                                                Total $     12,668,620    $   14,046,932      $   14,029,677

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                         $   76,305,106 $      73,051,907      $   74,922,798
          Contracts                                                          4,234,538         5,658,547           5,430,596
          Supplies                                                            (148,112)          185,695             511,805
          Equipment                                                           (342,723)                --                  --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                  --
          Debt Service                                                               --                --                  --
                                                                Total $     80,048,809 $      78,896,149      $   80,865,199

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                       $   69,928,285    $   68,020,781      $   69,863,558
          Fire Sales Tax                                                    10,120,524        10,875,368          11,001,641
                                                                Total $     80,048,809    $   78,896,149      $   80,865,199

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   893.0              893.0              893.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                           --                 --                 --
          Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                 --
                                                                Total            893.0              893.0              893.0

       Changes to the Budget
       In compliance with voter approval of the Fire Sales Tax and City Council policy, the FY 2010-11 Budget continues
       funding from the Fire Sales Tax for the 135 firefighters that were added in previous years. Fire Fighting operations
       increase due to an adjustment made for unfunded health insurance costs, changes related to the implementation
       of the new collective bargaining agreement with Local 42, and moving funding of the sick leave incentive program
       from salaries to supplies.




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                                               Fire Fleet
Responsible Division: Technical Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Fire Fleet Program provides replacement, maintenance and repair of fire apparatus, vehicles and equipment
to ensure a timely and efficient delivery of emergency services to the community.

    - Maintenance and Repair                                     - Fleet Apparatus Replacement


                                                                      Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $    4,695,781    $   2,875,959    $    2,816,073
  Grants                                                                      --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               --               --                --
                                                       Total $        4,695,781    $   2,875,959    $    2,816,073

Allocation by Expense Category




                                                                                                                       Fire
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $       60,531    $      62,911    $       63,706
   Contracts                                                          1,549,117        1,231,837         1,415,283
   Supplies                                                             884,427          811,000           672,000
   Equipment                                                          1,508,599                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                       2,870,954        2,875,959         2,816,073
                                                       Total $        6,873,628    $   4,981,707    $    4,967,062

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $    2,177,847    $   2,105,748    $    2,150,989
   Fire Sales Tax                                                     4,695,781        2,875,959         2,816,073
                                                       Total $        6,873,628    $   4,981,707    $    4,967,062

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget includes debt service payments of $2.8 million consistent with the fire apparatus fleet
replacement plan.




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                                             Fire Investigations
Fire
       Responsible Division: Community Services Bureau
       Outcome: Public Safety

       Fire Investigation unit has trained investigators who determine the causes and origins of fires. Investigators also
       keep records on past fires to use as reference on how to avoid future fires.

           - Fire Investigations

                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                             2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                  $              --   $             --   $               --
         Grants                                                                        --                 --                   --
         Permits and Fees                                                              --                 --                   --
         Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --                   --
                                                                Total $                --   $             --   $               --

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                         $      340,780      $     318,325      $     323,652
          Contracts                                                                 65             10,332             11,225
          Supplies                                                               2,688              4,600              4,600
          Equipment                                                                  --                 --                 --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --                 --
          Debt Service                                                               --                 --                 --
                                                                Total $        343,533      $     333,257      $     339,477

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                     $        343,533      $     333,257      $     339,477
                                                                Total $        343,533      $     333,257      $     339,477

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

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                          Fire Prevention
Responsible Division: Community Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

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

    - Community Services Bureau                                   - Fire Inspections
    - Fire Prevention Administration                              - Fire Interdisciplinary Task Force



                                                                        Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $      167,987 $          188,000     $      188,000
  Grants                                                                  (1,314)             5,000              5,000
  Permits and Fees                                                       814,395            935,000          1,035,000
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                         Total $         981,068 $        1,128,000     $    1,228,000




                                                                                                                            Fire
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    1,991,058     $    1,960,936     $    1,783,347
   Contracts                                                              50,378            179,025            179,820
   Supplies                                                               16,462             66,712             52,702
   Equipment                                                             136,633            140,000            140,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                         Total $       2,194,531     $    2,346,673     $    2,155,869

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $    2,027,858 $        2,153,673     $    1,962,869
   Fire Sales Tax                                                        167,987            188,000            188,000
   Police Drug Enforcement                                                (1,314)             5,000              5,000
                                                         Total $       2,194,531 $        2,346,673     $    2,155,869

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      25.0              24.0                 22.0
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                             --                --                   --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                   --
                                                         Total               25.0              24.0                 22.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates two vacant positions in the Inspections program. The Fire Sales Tax funds
vehicles for the fire inspectors as well as recuitment activities. Permit revenue will increase in the FY 2010-11
Budget due to implementation of a new reinspection fee during FY 2009-10 of $70.




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                           Fire Station Facility Improvements
Fire
       Responsible Division: Office of the Fire Chief
       Outcome: Public Safety

       Fire Station Facility Improvements provides for the construction of new fire stations and the rehabilitation of
       existing stations in accordance with the Fire Sales Tax approved by the citizens.


                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                              2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                   $    9,675,080      $     841,383      $        633,384
         Grants                                                                       --                 --                    --
         Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                    --
         Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                    --
                                                                 Total $      9,675,080      $     841,383      $        633,384

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                          $            --     $           --     $              --
          Contracts                                                                   --                 --                    --
          Supplies                                                                    --                 --                    --
          Equipment                                                                   --                 --                    --
          Capital Improvements                                                9,675,080            841,383               633,384
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                    --
          Debt Service                                                                --                 --                    --
                                                                 Total $      9,675,080      $     841,383      $        633,384

       Allocation by Fund
          Fire Sales Tax                                               $      9,675,080      $     841,383      $        633,384
                                                                 Total $      9,675,080      $     841,383      $        633,384

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

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                           Fire Training
Responsible Division: Professional Development Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Fire Training Program provides fire fighting and emergency medical training to the Fire Fighting Force and
cadets so they are prepared to serve the Kansas City, Missouri community.

    - Emergency Medical Training                                 - Firefighting Training
    - Homeland Security Grants                                   - Records Management System Training
    - Professional Development Bureau                            - Operations and Safety

                                                                      Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                     2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $     502,109    $     291,445     $     294,758
  Grants                                                               186,822                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                              --               --                --
                                                       Total $         688,931    $     291,445     $     294,758




                                                                                                                         Fire
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   1,551,127    $   1,579,463     $    1,325,304
   Contracts                                                           289,459          359,237            239,400
   Supplies                                                            225,866           94,250             27,670
   Equipment                                                                 --               --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --               --                 --
                                                       Total $       2,066,452    $   2,032,950     $    1,592,374

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $   1,564,343    $   1,741,505     $    1,297,616
   Fire Sales Tax                                                      502,109          291,445            294,758
                                                       Total $       2,066,452    $   2,032,950     $    1,592,374

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   16.0               16.0                 15.0
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                          --                --                   --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                   --
                                                       Total              16.0              16.0                 15.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers Emergency Medical Training to the Ambulance Services program. The Fire
Sales Tax allocation provides $195,000 for Emergency Medical Training. One vacant position in the Emergency
Medical Services program is eliminated.




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                                         Hazardous Materials
Fire
       Responsible Division: Hazardous Materials
       Outcome: Public Safety

       The Hazardous Materials Team (HAZMAT) provides protection to the community against the harmful effects of
       hazardous material releases, fires, and spills so that life, property, and the environment are not endangered.


                                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                           2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
       Revenue
         Dedicated Tax                                                $            --    $           --    $            --
         Grants                                                                    --                --                 --
         Permits and Fees                                                      1,613             5,000              5,000
         Other Revenue                                                     1,572,236         1,500,000          1,437,500
                                                              Total $      1,573,849     $   1,505,000     $    1,442,500

       Allocation by Expense Category
          Salaries and Benefits                                       $    2,034,346     $   1,900,503     $    1,930,551
          Contracts                                                           33,300            97,450            112,301
          Supplies                                                            17,693            68,050             43,770
          Equipment                                                                --                --                 --
          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                 --
          Debt Service                                                             --                --                 --
                                                              Total $      2,085,339     $   2,066,003     $    2,086,622

       Allocation by Fund
          General                                                   $      2,085,339     $   2,066,003     $    2,086,622
                                                              Total $      2,085,339     $   2,066,003     $    2,086,622

       Personnel
         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   22.0              22.0                 22.0
         Charges to/from Other Departments                                          --                --                   --
         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                   --
                                                              Total              22.0              22.0                 22.0

       Changes to the Budget
       There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget. Revenue from a five cent per pack cigarette tax
       will provide 69% of the funding for HAZMAT.




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                              General Services




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

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

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




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                                            General Services
General Services
                                                  Organization Chart




                                                       Citizens of
                                                       Kansas City




                                                        Mayor &
                                                       City Council




                                                      City Manager




                                                        General
                                                        Services
                                                       Gerald Smith
                                                        72.0 FTEs




                                        Citywide                       Corporate
                                                                                        Facility Services
                   Administration        Security                       Safety
                                                                                         Management
                                       Management                     Management




                      Fleet         Procurement        Real Estate          Records          Risk
                   Management         Services          Services           Management     Management




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                                    General Services
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                            General Services
                                                          Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                         2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                   $      2,300,840    $    2,721,024    $     2,792,710
      Public Infrastructure                              22,029,240        21,374,187         21,597,490
                                           Total $       24,330,080    $   24,095,211    $    24,390,200

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $      5,131,206    $    7,114,758    $     6,667,861
      Grants                                                      --                --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                      152,500                 --                 --
      Other Revenue                                         558,783           813,345          1,309,496
                                           Total $        5,842,489    $    7,928,103    $     7,977,357

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                        $      4,992,852    $    4,276,805    $     4,967,879
      Contracts                                           6,496,603         6,849,965          7,141,003
      Supplies                                              215,334           542,430            465,261
      Equipment                                               5,551                 --                 --
      Debt Service                                        3,560,408         5,426,011          6,191,057
      Capital Maintenance                                 5,120,749         5,500,000          5,062,500
      Capital Improvements                                3,938,583         1,500,000            562,500
                                           Total $       24,330,080    $   24,095,211    $    24,390,200

Allocation by Fund
      General                                      $     16,647,414    $   16,980,453    $    17,722,339
      Infrastructure and Maintenance                      1,867,221                 --                 --
      Local Use Tax                                          51,488                 --                 --
      Parking Garage                                        143,654                 --                 --
      Convention and Tourism                              1,347,655           500,000                  --
      Fire Sales Tax                                              --                --           500,000
      Public Safety Sales Tax                             2,351,135                 --                 --
      Capital Improvements                                1,921,513         6,614,758          6,167,861
                                           Total $       24,330,080    $   24,095,211    $    24,390,200

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                      102.0             100.0               95.0
   Charges to/from other Programs                                 --             (1.0)              (1.0)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                          (20.0)            (24.0)             (22.0)
                                           Total               82.0              75.0               72.0




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                                                       General Services
General Services
                                                           SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                               Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                   Outcome      Programs and Activities                       2008-09           2009-10             2010-11

                   Public Infrastructure                                 $   22,029,240 $       21,374,187 $       21,597,490

                             Administration                              $      396,401     $       495,331    $      481,780

                             18th and Vine
                                American Jazz Museum                     $       625,000    $       550,000    $      495,000
                                18th and Vine Operations                         475,937            492,355           494,285
                                                                  Total $      1,100,937    $     1,042,355    $      989,285

                             City Market
                                City Market Operations                   $       113,706    $       182,345    $       188,446
                                City Market MDFB Debt                          1,333,766          1,414,758          1,042,861
                                City Market Capital Maintenance                  375,000                  --                 --
                                                                  Total $      1,822,472    $     1,597,103    $     1,231,307

                             City Property Management                    $      116,933     $       294,894    $      327,595

                             Facilities Management
                               Johnson Controls Debt                     $       143,196    $       343,749    $       343,644
                               Building Maintenance                            5,456,969          4,512,851          5,456,173
                               City Hall Security                                949,750            849,004            849,004
                               58th & Troost Facility                             20,971             24,700             26,200
                               Fixed Plant Operations                          4,745,749          5,500,000          5,062,500
                               11th and Oak Fitness Center                       143,960                  --           150,000
                               Municipal Service Center Operations               781,467          1,065,647            886,524
                               Robert J Mohart Multi-Purpose Center              222,784            294,488            265,521
                               Swope Parkway Building                            140,557            186,561            160,905
                                                                   Total $    12,605,403    $    12,777,000    $    13,200,471

                             Fleet Acquisition
                                Vehicle Lease Payment                    $     2,083,446    $     3,500,552    $     4,637,600
                                Fuel Management System                                 --           166,952            166,952
                                                                  Total $      2,083,446    $     3,667,504    $     4,804,552

                             Capital Improvements                        $     3,903,648    $     1,500,000    $      562,500




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                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME




                                                                                                          General Services
                                                          Actual          Adopted           Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11

Governance                                       $       2,300,840 $       2,721,024 $       2,792,710

          MBE/WBE Program                        $         365,806    $      164,947    $      300,960

          Office Copier and Mail Services
             Office Copiers                      $         301,711    $      574,161    $      574,161
             Mail and Storeroom Services                         --           94,098            15,920
                                            Total $        301,711    $      668,259    $      590,081

          Purchasing
            Purchasing                           $        1,118,562   $     1,222,685   $     1,224,404
            Surplus Property Management                      91,909           220,907           256,105
                                            Total $       1,210,471   $     1,443,592   $     1,480,509

          Records Management                     $         322,036    $      323,168    $      333,160

          Workforce Safety                       $         100,816    $      121,058    $       88,000

          Department Total                       $      24,330,080 $      24,095,211 $      24,390,200




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                                                             Administration
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Administration
                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure

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

                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
                     Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                     Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                     Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                          Total $                --   $             --   $           --

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                       $      362,681      $    446,555       $     446,707
                      Contracts                                                           26,701            46,776              32,673
                      Supplies                                                             6,922             2,000               2,400
                      Equipment                                                               97                 --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                                     --                --                  --
                                                                          Total $        396,401      $    495,331       $     481,780

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                   $        396,401      $     495,331      $     481,780
                                                                          Total $        396,401      $     495,331      $     481,780

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    5.0               6.0                 6.0
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                             --             (1.0)               (1.0)
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                  --
                                                                          Total               5.0               5.0                 5.0

                   Changes to the Budget
                   There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                               18th & Vine Operations
Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
Outcome: Public Infrastructure




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

    - 18th & Vine Operations                                    - American Jazz Museum

                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                      Total $                 --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $           --     $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                        1,062,761          1,039,989            984,485
   Supplies                                                             3,241              2,366              4,800
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                 --
   Capital Improvements                                                34,935                  --                 --
                                                      Total $       1,100,937      $   1,042,355      $     989,285

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $   1,066,002      $   1,042,355      $     989,285
   Capital Improvements                                                34,935                  --                 --
                                                      Total $       1,100,937      $   1,042,355      $     989,285

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces funding for programming at the American Jazz Museum by $55,000
to $495,000. Building operations for the Museum at 18th & Vine are unchanged.




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                                                   City Market Operations
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure

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

                                                                                         Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                  $    1,708,766     $   1,414,758      $    1,042,861
                     Grants                                                                      --                --                  --
                     Permits and Fees                                                            --                --                  --
                     Other Revenue                                                         113,706           182,345             188,446
                                                                            Total $      1,822,472     $   1,597,103      $    1,231,307

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                         $            --    $           --     $            --
                      Contracts                                                            113,706           182,345             188,446
                      Supplies                                                                   --                --                  --
                      Equipment                                                                  --                --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                       1,333,766         1,414,758           1,042,861
                      Capital Maintenance                                                  375,000                 --                  --
                                                                            Total $      1,822,472     $   1,597,103      $    1,231,307

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                       $      375,000     $     182,345      $      188,446
                      Infrastructure and Maintenance                                       113,706                 --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                               1,333,766         1,414,758           1,042,861
                                                                            Total $      1,822,472     $   1,597,103      $    1,231,307

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

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2010-11 Budget plans to refinance the MDFB debt and save $371,000. City Market operational costs
                   are constant in FY 2010-11.




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                           City Property Management
Responsible Division: Real Estate Services
Outcome: Public Infrastructure




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

                                                                     Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                    2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $          --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                                   --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                      133,098           389,500           600,000
                                                       Total $       133,098     $     389,500     $     600,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $     98,379     $     195,557     $     194,789
   Contracts                                                          15,071            97,737           132,006
   Supplies                                                            1,283             1,600               800
   Equipment                                                           2,200                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                    --                --                --
                                                       Total $       116,933     $     294,894     $     327,595

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       116,933     $     294,894     $     327,595
                                                       Total $       116,933     $     294,894     $     327,595

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                    Facilities Management
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure

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

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

                                                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                           2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                  $        467,901     $    5,200,000    $    5,062,500
                     Grants                                                                        --                 --                --
                     Permits and Fees                                                        143,654                  --                --
                     Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --          150,000
                                                                            Total $          611,555     $    5,200,000    $    5,212,500

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                         $      2,841,691     $    2,000,848    $    2,606,076
                      Contracts                                                            4,701,933          4,419,658         4,755,410
                      Supplies                                                               172,834            512,745           432,841
                      Equipment                                                                    --                 --                --
                      Debt Service                                                           143,196            343,749           343,644
                      Capital Maintenance                                                  4,745,749          5,500,000         5,062,500
                                                                            Total $       12,605,403     $   12,777,000    $   13,200,471

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                       $     11,993,848     $    7,577,000    $    8,137,971
                      Parking Garage                                                         143,654                  --                --
                      Convention and Tourism                                                 467,005            500,000                 --
                      Fire Sales Tax                                                               --                 --          500,000
                      Capital Improvements                                                       896          4,700,000         4,562,500
                                                                            Total $       12,605,403     $   12,777,000    $   13,200,471

                   Personnel
                     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       44.0              43.0              42.0
                     Charges to/from other Programs                                                 --                --                --
                     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --                --             (2.0)
                                                                            Total                44.0              43.0              40.0

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces from $582,000 to $76,000 the amount of salaries charged to capital
                   maintenance.




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                                       Fleet Acquisition
Responsible Division: Fleet Management
Outcome: Public Infrastructure




                                                                                                                          General Services
Fleet Acquisition provides funds for vehicle replacement.

                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                        --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                 --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                                   --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                       2,083,446          3,667,504           4,804,552
   Capital Improvements                                                       --                 --                  --
                                                        Total $       2,083,446      $   3,667,504      $    4,804,552

Allocation by Fund
   General Fund                                                   $     338,777      $   3,667,504      $    4,804,552
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                     1,744,669                  --                  --
                                                        Total $       2,083,446      $   3,667,504      $    4,804,552

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget increases debt service as the remaining bond authority for city vehicles has been spent.




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                                                    Capital Improvements
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Facility Services Management
                   Outcome: Public Infrastructure

                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                      $   2,954,539      $     500,000      $     562,500
                     Grants                                                         --                 --                 --
                     Permits and Fees                                           8,846                  --                 --
                     Other Revenue                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                                Total $     2,963,385      $     500,000      $     562,500

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                             $           --     $           --     $           --
                      Contracts                                                     --                 --                 --
                      Supplies                                                      --                 --                 --
                      Equipment                                                     --                 --                 --
                      Debt Service                                                  --                 --                 --
                      Capital Maintenance                                   3,903,648          1,500,000            562,500
                                                                Total $     3,903,648      $   1,500,000      $     562,500

                   Allocation by Projects
                      KC Museum HVAC                                    $           --     $     500,000      $           --
                      Convention Center                                       880,650                  --                 --
                      KCPD South Patrol Station                             2,262,811                  --                 --
                      Building Maintenance                                          --         1,000,000            562,500
                      Fire Station #40                                         15,427                  --                 --
                      Leed Energy Study                                        44,186                  --                 --
                      Bartle Hall-North Dock                                  262,829                  --                 --
                      Butler Way Connection                                       669                  --                 --
                      Mohart Center Phase III                                  89,426                  --                 --
                      Swope Parkway Building                                   27,389                  --                 --
                      11th and Oak Garage Sign Study                            3,082                  --                 --
                      KC Biz Care                                              51,488                  --                 --
                      Police Academy                                           88,324                  --                 --
                      City Hall                                               177,367                  --                 --
                                                                Total $     3,903,648      $   1,500,000      $     562,500

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                           $      59,613      $   1,000,000      $           --
                      Infrastructure and Maintenance                            8,846                  --                 --
                      Convention and Tourism                                  880,650                  --                 --
                      Local Use Tax                                            51,488                  --                 --
                      Public Safety Sales Tax                               2,351,135                  --                 --
                      Capital Improvements                                    551,916            500,000            562,500
                                                                Total $     3,903,648      $   1,500,000      $     562,500

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




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                                  MBE/WBE Monitoring
Responsible Division: Procurement Services
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                             General Services
Contract Compliance programs ensure the participation of Minority Business and Women's Business Enterprise
(MBE/WBE) firms in the City's procurement of construction, professional services, and other services. The
MBE/WBE Program also ensures that the City is in compliance with federal, state, and City contracting
requirements.

   -   Prevailing Wage                                           -       Workforce Monitoring

                                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                           2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                      $              --   $            --   $           --
  Grants                                                                            --                --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                                  --                --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                89,234            20,000          150,000
                                                         Total $               89,234    $       20,000    $     150,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                             $       326,319     $       33,361    $     158,926
   Contracts                                                                  19,574            123,612          130,874
   Supplies                                                                   16,659              7,974           11,160
   Equipment                                                                   3,254                  --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --                 --               --
   Debt Service                                                                    --                 --               --
                                                         Total $             365,806     $      164,947    $     300,960

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $             365,806     $      164,947    $     300,960
                                                         Total $             365,806     $      164,947    $     300,960

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                          28.0              25.0              18.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                    --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             (20.0)            (24.0)            (17.0)
                                                         Total                    8.0               1.0               1.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the consolidation of the MBE/WBE program into the purchasing program.
Seven positions are eliminated, including three vacancies and four filled positions; seven less positions are
charged to capital projects.




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                                          Office Copier and Mail Services
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Procurement Services
                   Outcome: Governance

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

                       - Office Copiers                                           - Mailroom Services

                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
                     Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                     Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                     Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                          Total $                --   $             --   $           --

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                       $            --     $          --      $           --
                      Contracts                                                          301,711           665,209             588,341
                      Supplies                                                                 --            3,050               1,740
                      Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                                     --                --                  --
                                                                          Total $        301,711      $    668,259       $     590,081

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                   $        301,711      $    668,259       $     590,081
                                                                          Total $        301,711      $    668,259       $     590,081

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

                   Changes to the Budget
                   The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces mail and storeroom services by $88,000 through a collaborative effort with
                   local counties and school districts. There is no significant change to the office copier program.




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                                            Purchasing
Responsible Division: Procurement Services
Outcome: Governance




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


    - Purchasing                                                - Surplus Property Management

                                                                     Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                    --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                       222,745          221,500           221,050
                                                       Total $        222,745    $     221,500    $      221,050

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $   1,075,568    $   1,255,138    $    1,320,241
   Contracts                                                          125,924          177,759           150,828
   Supplies                                                             8,979           10,695             9,440
   Equipment                                                                --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                             --               --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                     --               --                --
                                                       Total $      1,210,471    $   1,443,592    $    1,480,509

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $      1,210,471    $   1,443,592    $    1,480,509
                                                       Total $      1,210,471    $   1,443,592    $    1,480,509

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  18.0             19.0              23.0
  Charges to/from other Programs                                            --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --             (3.0)
                                                       Total             18.0             19.0              20.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers three positions from CIMO for capital projects and one fee supported position
is added for Surplus Property Management.




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                                                    Records Management
General Services
                   Responsible Division: Records Management
                   Outcome: Governance

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

                                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                   Revenue
                     Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
                     Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                     Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                     Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                          Total $                --   $             --   $           --

                   Allocation by Expense Category
                      Salaries and Benefits                                       $      241,070      $    239,435       $     241,140
                      Contracts                                                           78,219            82,133              89,940
                      Supplies                                                             2,747             1,600               2,080
                      Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
                      Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                      Capital Improvements                                                     --                --                  --
                                                                          Total $        322,036      $    323,168       $     333,160

                   Allocation by Fund
                      General                                                   $        322,036      $    323,168       $     333,160
                                                                          Total $        322,036      $    323,168       $     333,160

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

                   Changes to the Budget
                   There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                       Workforce Safety
Responsible Division: Corporate Safety Management
Outcome: Governance




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

                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                        --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --               --
                                                         Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $     47,144       $    105,911       $           --
   Contracts                                                            51,003             14,747              88,000
   Supplies                                                              2,669                400                   --
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                      --                 --                  --
                                                         Total $       100,816       $    121,058       $      88,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $       100,816       $    121,058       $      88,000
                                                         Total $       100,816       $    121,058       $      88,000

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers the Safety Manager to an internal service fund; the cost of this position will
be charged to all benefitting departments. The General Fund provides $88,000 for training services.




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134
                                      Health




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

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




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                                               Health
Health
                                           Organization Chart




                                                Citizens of
                                                Kansas City




                                                Mayor &
                                               City Council



                     Health
                   Commission

                                               City Manager




                                                  Health
                                                Rex Archer
                                                188.5 FTEs




                                HIV/AIDS                                    Communicable
         Administration         Prevention                    Air Quality
                                                                              Diseases
                                & Control



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



                                                               Sexually
         Public Health           Rodent                                        Food
                                                              Transmitted
          Inspections            Control                                     Protection
                                                               Diseases




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                                                Health
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                                Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                               2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Healthy Community                              $       21,196,060   $   21,896,358   $    23,426,695
                                                 Total $       21,196,060   $   21,896,358   $    23,426,695

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                      $      6,919,033   $    7,100,861 $       7,090,170
      Grants                                                   10,827,953       11,739,674        13,128,798
      Permits and Fees                                          3,225,585        3,055,823         3,207,727
      Other Revenue                                                                      --                --
                                                 Total $       20,972,571   $   21,896,358 $      23,426,695




                                                                                                                Health
Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $         11,657,605 $     11,860,152 $      12,177,312
        Contracts                                               8,575,364        9,076,309        10,216,804
        Supplies                                                  811,463          956,897         1,032,579
        Equipment                                                 151,628            3,000                 --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                         --               --                --
        Debt Service                                                    --               --                --
                                               Total $         21,196,060 $     21,896,358 $      23,426,695

Allocation by Department
        Health                                           $     20,472,104   $   21,150,356   $    22,461,943
        General Services                                          723,956          746,002           964,752
                                                 Total $       21,196,060   $   21,896,358   $    23,426,695

Allocation by Fund
        General                                         $         223,489   $            -- $              --
        Health Levy                                            10,144,618       10,156,684        10,297,897
        Governmental Grants                                     5,432,790        5,474,934         6,566,178
        Ryan White HIV Grant                                    4,121,124        4,242,825         4,577,816
        Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS                880,505          947,085         1,016,453
        HUD Lead Based Paint Grant                                393,534        1,074,830           968,351
                                                  Total $      21,196,060   $   21,896,358 $      23,426,695

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                          213.0            191.0              190.5
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                  (1.1)            (2.0)              (2.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                  --               --                 --
                                                 Total             211.9            189.0              188.5




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                                                         Health
Health
                                                SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                           Actual       Adopted          Submitted
         Outcome      Programs and Activities                             2008-09       2009-10           2010-11

         Healthy Community                                           $ 21,196,060 $ 21,896,358 $ 23,426,695

                   Administration
                     Core Public Health                              $      382,555 $     335,852 $         335,825
                     Financial and Operational Support                      615,225       657,541           565,602
                     Health Commission                                      106,867       143,854           136,783
                     Office of the Director                                 436,611       469,240           447,629
                     Quality & Contract Monitoring                          209,004       206,499           181,841
                                                                Total $   1,750,262 $   1,812,986 $       1,667,680

                   Aim 4 Peace                                       $      922,710 $             -- $       90,122

                   Air Quality                                       $      675,976 $     693,484 $         683,648

                   Communicable Diseases
                     Health Laboratory                               $      107,346 $      89,204 $          89,943
                     Mosquito Control                                        58,938        75,000            75,000
                     Communicable Disease Prevention                      1,595,287     1,726,633         1,724,523
                                                                Total $   1,761,571 $   1,890,837 $       1,889,466

                   Family Health Services
                     Child Health Services and Grants                $    1,293,018 $   1,385,445 $       1,366,009
                     Healthy Community Services and Grants                   80,671        31,475            81,454
                     Immunization Program                                   279,630       346,549           197,145
                                                                Total $   1,653,319 $   1,763,469 $       1,644,608

                   Food Protection Services
                     Food Inspection Services                        $    1,316,486 $   1,220,044 $       1,505,330
                     Food Handler Permits                                   190,196       171,462           170,580
                                                                Total $   1,506,682 $   1,391,506 $       1,675,910

                   Health and Medical Records                        $      685,785 $     710,349 $         730,428

                   Health Building Operations                        $      723,956 $     746,002 $         964,752

                   HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
                      HIV/AIDS Surveillance                          $      191,152 $     186,005 $         183,005
                      HIV/AIDS Housing Opportunity Assistance Grants        880,505       947,085         1,016,453
                      HIV Case Management                                   326,682       595,970           652,650
                      HIV Prevention Program                                583,165       617,696           652,000
                      HIV Services                                          385,069       404,000           404,000
                      Ryan White Program Grants                           4,121,124     4,242,825         4,577,816
                      Shelter Plus Care Grant                               250,130       255,000           255,000
                                                               Total $    6,737,827 $   7,248,581 $       7,740,924




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                                              Health
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                 Actual       Adopted       Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                             2008-09       2009-10        2010-11

          Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
            Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Grants     $      833,167 $   1,573,990 $    1,676,125
            Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention                       490,820       528,942        571,504
                                                     Total $    1,323,987 $   2,102,932 $    2,247,629

          Public Health Information
            City Readiness Initiative                       $     334,504 $     248,446 $      303,835
            Health Planning and Research                          214,041       217,790        202,241
            Health Education                                      338,197       496,790        474,343




                                                                                                          Health
            Secondhand Smoke Foundation Grant                      97,943        19,000              --
            Terrorism Early Warning (MARC)                          6,146        31,959              --
            Pandemic Preparedness Planning                         50,785             --       867,459
            Public Health Preparedness                            805,143       791,952        666,869
            Safety Streets Program                                 27,965        20,000          4,185
            Tobacco Use Prevention                                 94,985        85,000         68,500
                                                     Total $    1,969,709 $   1,910,937 $    2,587,432

          Public Health Inspections
            Community Environmental Health                  $     437,601 $     482,031 $      428,049
            Local Sanitation Inspections                           35,225        37,415         39,240
                                                     Total $      472,826 $     519,446 $      467,289

          Rodent Control                                    $     118,045 $     143,266 $      138,179

          Sexually Transmitted Diseases                     $     893,405 $     962,563 $      898,628

          Department Total                                  $ 21,196,060 $ 21,896,358 $ 23,426,695




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                                                   Administration
Health
         Responsible Division: Administration
         Outcome: Healthy Community

         Health Administration provides assistance to divisions so that their service mission is completed.

             - Quality & Contract Monitoring                              - Health Commission
             - Financial and Operational Support                          - Core Public Health
             - Office of the Director

                                                                               Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                              2008-09            2009-10            2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                  $    1,146,455    $    1,227,483     $    1,222,283
           Grants                                                                382,555           335,852            335,825
           Permits and Fees                                                      221,252           249,651            109,572
           Other Revenue                                                               --                --                 --
                                                                  Total $      1,750,262    $    1,812,986     $    1,667,680

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                         $    1,421,187    $    1,421,527     $    1,363,995
            Contracts                                                            308,225           384,584            297,035
            Supplies                                                              20,850             6,875              6,650
            Equipment                                                                                    --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                 --
            Debt Service                                                               --                --                 --
                                                                  Total $      1,750,262    $    1,812,986     $    1,667,680

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                   $    1,367,707    $    1,477,134     $    1,331,855
            Governmental Grants                                                  382,555           335,852            335,825
                                                                  Total $      1,750,262    $    1,812,986     $    1,667,680

         Personnel
           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    16.0               16.0              16.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                            5.4                2.6               1.1
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                                  Total             21.4               18.6              17.1

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a decrease in insurance expenses in the amount of $72,000.




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                                          Aim 4 Peace
Responsible Division: Community Justice Program
Outcome: Healthy Community

   The Community Justice Program provides dispute resolution and mediation, as well as resources for
   at-risk groups to prevent violence in Kansas City

   - Aim 4 Peace


                                                                    Actual          Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09          2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $    699,221     $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                  --                  --          90,122
  Permits and Fees                                                        --                  --               --
  Other Revenue                                                           --                  --               --
                                                      Total $       699,221     $             --   $      90,122




                                                                                                                     Health
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $    434,974     $             --   $      90,122
   Contracts                                                        470,468                   --               --
   Supplies                                                           8,683                   --               --
   Equipment                                                          8,585                   --               --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                  --               --
   Debt Service                                                           --                  --               --
                                                      Total $       922,710     $             --   $      90,122

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $    699,221     $             --   $           --
   General Fund                                                     223,489                   --               --
   Governmental Grants                                                    --                  --          90,122
                                                      Total $       922,710     $             --   $      90,122

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 22.0                  --              1.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                       --                 --                --
                                                      Total             22.0                  --              1.0

Changes to the Budget
The Aim 4 Peace program is moved from the City Manager's Office to the Health Department in FY 2010-11
and is funded with a grant from the Health Care Foundation.




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                                                       Air Quality
Health
         Responsible Division: Air Quality
         Outcome: Healthy Community

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


                                                                              Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                             2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --    $      35,623     $      15,591
           Grants                                                              443,767           478,861           483,057
           Permits and Fees                                                    232,209           179,000           185,000
           Other Revenue                                                             --                --                --
                                                                 Total $       675,976     $     693,484     $     683,648

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                        $     633,791     $     618,904     $     623,272
            Contracts                                                           37,980            66,045            35,987
            Supplies                                                             4,205             8,535            24,389
            Equipment                                                                                  --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                --
            Debt Service                                                             --                --                --
                                                                 Total $       675,976     $     693,484     $     683,648

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                  $     232,209     $     214,623     $     200,591
            Governmental Grants                                                443,767           478,861           483,057
                                                                 Total $       675,976     $     693,484     $     683,648

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

         Changes to the Budget
         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                             Communicable Diseases
Responsible Division: Communicable Diseases
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Communicable Diseases Prevention Program improves the overall health of the community so the spread of
infectious diseases among the population is controlled and contained.

   - Health Laboratory                                         - Mosquito Control
   - Communicable Diseases Prevention                          - Refugee Health Screening
   - Tuberculosis Outreach                                     - Perinatal Hepatitis B


                                                                    Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $    1,593,026    $   1,741,947      $    1,740,576
  Grants                                                              168,545          148,890             148,890




                                                                                                                      Health
  Permits and Fees                                                          --               --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                             --               --                  --
                                                      Total $       1,761,571    $   1,890,837      $    1,889,466

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $    1,325,402    $   1,450,320      $    1,470,336
   Contracts                                                          270,579          204,632             182,245
   Supplies                                                           165,590          235,885             236,885
   Equipment                                                                --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --               --                  --
                                                      Total $       1,761,571    $   1,890,837      $    1,889,466

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $    1,593,026    $   1,741,947      $    1,740,576
   Governmental Grants                                                168,545          148,890             148,890
                                                      Total $       1,761,571    $   1,890,837      $    1,889,466

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  27.0               26.0              26.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                         (3.8)              (1.0)             (2.9)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                --
                                                      Total              23.2               25.0              23.1

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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

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

                                                                               Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                              2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                 $      613,685     $     790,361     $      708,620
           Grants                                                               675,983           648,108            638,988
           Permits and Fees                                                     363,651           325,000            297,000
           Other Revenue                                                              --                --                 --
                                                                 Total $      1,653,319     $   1,763,469     $    1,644,608

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                        $    1,190,959     $   1,199,862     $    1,199,520
            Contracts                                                           241,698           362,931            260,145
            Supplies                                                            217,531           200,676            184,943
            Equipment                                                             3,131                 --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
            Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                                 Total $      1,653,319     $   1,763,469     $    1,644,608

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                  $      977,336     $   1,115,361     $    1,005,620
            Governmental Grants                                                 675,983           648,108            638,988
                                                                 Total $      1,653,319     $   1,763,469     $    1,644,608

         Personnel
           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    18.0              18.0              18.5
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                            0.3               0.6               0.3
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                --
                                                                 Total              18.3              18.6              18.8

         Changes to the Budget
         The Health Department received a new $50,000 Youth Tobacco Prevention Grant in FY 2010-11. The HPV
         Vaccine Project grant is reduced by $54,500 and the Child Health Care Consultation Grant is eliminated.




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                              Food Protection Services
Responsible Division: Food Protection Services
Outcome: Healthy Community

Food Protection Program aims to promote healthy people and healthy communities through education and
regulation of food service establishments.


       - Food Inspection Services                                  - Food Handler Permit
   -     Summer Food Service Program

                                                                        Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $            --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                    5,110              6,370             6,370
  Permits and Fees                                                      1,501,572          1,385,136         1,669,540




                                                                                                                          Health
  Other Revenue                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                          Total $       1,506,682    $     1,391,506    $    1,675,910

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $    1,327,159    $     1,259,507    $    1,547,359
   Contracts                                                              150,089            102,514            97,716
   Supplies                                                                29,434             29,485            30,835
   Equipment                                                                    --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                --
                                                          Total $       1,506,682    $     1,391,506    $    1,675,910

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                     $    1,501,572    $     1,385,136    $    1,669,540
   Governmental Grants                                                      5,110              6,370             6,370
                                                          Total $       1,506,682    $     1,391,506    $    1,675,910

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      28.0               28.0              28.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                 --             (0.4)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                 --                --
                                                          Total              28.0               28.0              27.6

Changes to the Budget
The Health Department increased food inspection fees in FY 2010-11 to more accurately reflect the cost
of providing this service. All food inspection related fees including catering, re-inspections, and processing
fees increased approximately 36% and provide an additional $284,404 to protect food consumers. The
last food inspection fee increase occurred in 2001.




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                                  Health and Medical Records
Health
         Responsible Division: Health and Medical Records
         Outcome: Healthy Community

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

                                                                               Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                              2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                  $          --    $           --   $           --
           Grants                                                                    --                --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                    685,785           710,349          730,428
           Other Revenue                                                             --                --               --
                                                                  Total $      685,785     $     710,349    $     730,428

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                         $    579,280     $    578,557     $     606,024
            Contracts                                                          103,362          127,392           118,004
            Supplies                                                             3,143            4,400             6,400
            Equipment                                                                --               --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --                --
            Debt Service                                                             --               --                --
                                                                  Total $      685,785     $    710,349     $     730,428

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                 $      685,785     $    710,349     $     730,428
                                                                  Total $      685,785     $    710,349     $     730,428

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

         Changes to the Budget
         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                           Health Building Operations
Responsible Division: General Services/Facilities Management
Outcome: Healthy Community

Facilities Management - Health maintains and operates the Health Building at 2400 Troost Avenue to ensure the
facility is safe, energy efficient and clean.

                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $    698,617       $    721,002       $     939,752
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                  --
  Permits and Fees                                                     25,339             25,000              25,000
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                        Total $       723,956       $    746,002       $     964,752

Allocation by Expense Category




                                                                                                                        Health
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $          --      $          --      $           --
   Contracts                                                          723,956            718,502             937,252
   Supplies                                                                 --            27,500              27,500
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                     --                 --                  --
                                                        Total $       723,956       $    746,002       $     964,752

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                        723,956             746,002            964,752
                                                        Total $       723,956       $     746,002      $     964,752

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects increases in security and utility expenses.




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                              HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
Health
         Responsible Division: HIV / AIDS Prevention and Control
         Outcome: Healthy Community

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

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

                                                                                Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                               2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                 $       385,069     $     404,000    $      404,000
           Grants                                                              6,352,758         6,844,581         7,336,924
           Permits and Fees                                                            --                --                --
           Other Revenue                                                               --                --                --
                                                                 Total $       6,737,827     $   7,248,581    $    7,740,924

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                        $     1,147,919     $   1,354,253    $    1,272,616
            Contracts                                                          5,538,179         5,838,331         6,439,358
            Supplies                                                              41,301            55,997            28,950
            Equipment                                                             10,428                 --                --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                --
            Debt Service                                                               --                --                --
                                                                 Total $       6,737,827     $   7,248,581    $    7,740,924

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                  $       385,069     $     404,000    $      404,000
            Governmental Grants                                                1,351,129         1,654,671         1,742,655
            Ryan White HIV Grant                                               4,121,124         4,242,825         4,577,816
            Housing Opportunity For Persons Aids                                 880,505           947,085         1,016,453
                                                                 Total $       6,737,827     $   7,248,581    $    7,740,924

         Personnel
           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     21.0             22.0              20.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             0.5              1.0               2.9
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --               --                --
                                                                 Total               21.5             23.0              22.9

         Changes to the Budget
         Grants increase by $492,343 in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                     Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
Responsible Division: Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention Program provides blood lead screening, case management, lead hazard
control, and education to families exposed to harmful levels of lead.

    - Childhood Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention Grant          - Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention


                                                                    Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                   2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $     490,820     $     528,942     $      571,504
  Grants                                                             833,167         1,573,990          1,676,125
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --




                                                                                                                     Health
                                                      Total $      1,323,987     $   2,102,932     $    2,247,629

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,017,976     $   1,265,504     $    1,185,301
   Contracts                                                         276,130           784,501          1,030,809
   Supplies                                                           27,813            49,927             31,519
   Equipment                                                           2,068             3,000                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
                                                      Total $      1,323,987     $   2,102,932     $    2,247,629

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $     490,820     $     528,942     $      571,504
   Governmental Grants                                               439,633           499,160            707,774
   HUD Lead Based Paint Grant                                        393,534         1,074,830            968,351
                                                      Total $      1,323,987     $   2,102,932     $    2,247,629

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  16.0             16.0               16.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                          0.5             (0.1)               0.3
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                 --
                                                      Total              16.5             15.9               16.3

Changes to the Budget
Lead Paint Poisioning Prevention grants increase by $101,135 in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                     Public Health Information
Health
         Responsible Division: Public Health Information
         Outcome: Healthy Community

         The Public Health Information Program provides information regarding diseases and their conditions to reduce
         potential outbreaks so the number of disease threats to the public are reduced.

             -   Health Planning and Research                           - Public Health Preparedness
             -   Health Education                                       - Tobacco Use Prevention
             -   City Readiness Initiative                              - Pandemic Preparedness Planning
             -   Safety Streets Program

                                                                             Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                            2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                $     552,238     $     714,580     $      679,984
           Grants                                                           1,417,471         1,196,357          1,907,448
           Permits and Fees                                                         --                --                 --
           Other Revenue                                                            --                --                 --
                                                                Total $     1,969,709     $   1,910,937     $    2,587,432

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                       $   1,283,482     $   1,338,028     $    1,617,144
            Contracts                                                         367,145           370,179            719,453
            Supplies                                                          191,666           202,730            250,835
            Equipment                                                         127,416                 --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                --                 --
            Debt Service                                                            --                --                 --
                                                                Total $     1,969,709     $   1,910,937     $    2,587,432

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                                 $     552,238     $     714,580     $      679,984
            Governmental Grants                                             1,417,471         1,196,357          1,907,448
                                                                Total $     1,969,709     $   1,910,937     $    2,587,432

         Personnel
           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  23.0              23.0                23.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                         (0.8)             (3.5)               (2.0)
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                                Total             22.2              19.5                21.0

         Changes to the Budget
         The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a new Pandemic Preparedness Planning Grant in the amount of $867,500.
         This will provide for vaccination clinics and information regarding the H1N1 influenza.




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                             Public Health Inspections
Responsible Division: Public Health Inspections
Outcome: Healthy Community

Public Health Inspection prevents the spread of infectious diseases through timely, confidential, and cost
effective surveillance of health issues.

    - Community Environmental Health                              - Local Sanitation Inspections

                                                                        Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                       2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $      241,824     $     300,344     $     236,862
  Grants                                                                  35,225            37,415            39,240
  Permits and Fees                                                       195,777           181,687           191,187
  Other Revenue                                                                --                --                --
                                                         Total $         472,826     $     519,446     $     467,289




                                                                                                                         Health
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $      433,339     $     477,309     $     433,705
   Contracts                                                              32,449            33,787            24,634
   Supplies                                                                7,038             8,350             8,950
   Equipment                                                                   --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                                --                --                --
                                                         Total $         472,826     $     519,446     $     467,289

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                    $      437,601     $     482,031     $     428,049
   Governmental Grants                                                    35,225            37,415            39,240
                                                         Total $         472,826     $     519,446     $     467,289

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       8.0               8.0               8.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             (2.3)             (1.8)             (1.1)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                --
                                                         Total                5.7               6.2               6.9

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                   Rodent Control
Health
         Responsible Division: Rodent Control
         Outcome: Healthy Community

         The Rodent Control Program prevents expansion of the rodent population and reduces the risks of personal
         contact between residents and rodents.


                                                                            Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                           2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $     118,045     $     143,266    $     138,179
           Grants                                                                  --                --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                        --                --               --
           Other Revenue                                                           --                --               --
                                                               Total $       118,045     $     143,266    $     138,179

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $      90,400     $      89,473    $      85,779
            Contracts                                                         27,325            53,393           52,000
            Supplies                                                             320               400              400
            Equipment                                                              --                --               --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --               --
            Debt Service                                                           --                --               --
                                                               Total $       118,045     $     143,266    $     138,179

         Allocation by Fund
            Health Levy                                              $       118,045     $     143,266    $     138,179
                                                               Total $       118,045     $     143,266    $     138,179

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

         Changes to the Budget
         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                      Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Responsible Division: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Program strives to reduce the frequency of STDs and their
complications, and ultimately to eliminate STD and HIV transmissions in residents of Kansas City.


                                                                    Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                   2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $    380,033     $    493,313     $     432,819
  Grants                                                            513,372          469,250           465,809
  Permits and Fees
  Other Revenue                                                           --                --               --
                                                      Total $       893,405     $     962,563    $     898,628




                                                                                                                  Health
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $    771,737     $    806,908     $     682,139
   Contracts                                                         27,779           29,518            22,166
   Supplies                                                          93,889          126,137           194,323
   Equipment                                                                               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --               --                --
                                                      Total $       893,405     $    962,563     $     898,628

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                                 $    380,033     $     493,313    $     432,819
   Governmental Grants                                              513,372           469,250          465,809
                                                      Total $       893,405     $     962,563    $     898,628

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 11.0             11.0             11.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                        (0.9)             0.2             (0.2)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --               --
                                                      Total             10.1             11.2             10.8

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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154
                     Health and Medical Care




                                                                                                   Health and Medical Care
Department Purpose Statement
The Health and Medical Care Program provides assistance to local health care providers in Kansas
City so that indigent persons have access to healthcare, and provides high quality, prompt, and
affordable emergency services, and appropriate public education.

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




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                                   Health and Medical Care
Health and Medical Care
                                            Organization Chart




                                                  Citizens of
                                                  Kansas City




                                                   Mayor &
                                                  City Council


                            Health
                          Commission

                                                  City Manager




                                                    Health
                                                  Department




                                                   Health &
                                                  Medical Care
                                                    1.0 FTE




                                       Hospital
                                                                 Health Centers
                                       Services




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                           Health and Medical Care




                                                                                                         Health and Medical Care
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                              Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                             2008-09        2009-10         2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Healthy Community                          $           31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904
                                           Total $           31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $         31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904
      Grants                                                          --             --             --
      Permits and Fees                                                --             --             --
      Other Revenue                                                   --             --             --
                                           Total $           31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $              76,565 $       76,566 $       76,566
      Contracts                                                       --             --             --
      Supplies                                                        --             --             --
      Equipment                                                       --             --             --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                31,426,944     31,352,758     31,352,758
      Debt Service                                              181,370        172,580        172,580
                                            Total $          31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904

Allocation by Fund
      Health Levy                                $           31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904
                                           Total $           31,684,879 $   31,601,904 $   31,601,904

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




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                                                        Health and Medical Care
Health and Medical Care
                                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                       Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                          Outcome     Programs and Activities                         2008-09           2009-10           2010-11

                          Healthy Community                                      $   31,684,879 $      31,601,904 $      31,601,904

                                    Health Centers
                                      KC Free Health Clinic                      $       519,191   $       518,984   $       518,984
                                      Northland Health Care Access                       339,485           278,066           278,066
                                      Richard Cabot Club                                 518,215           518,006           518,006
                                      Samuel U. Rogers Center                          1,256,349         1,255,843         1,255,843
                                      Swope Parkway Health Center                      1,256,349         1,255,843         1,255,843
                                      Swope Ridge Geriatric Center Debt                  181,370           172,580           172,580
                                                                          Total $      4,070,959   $     3,999,322   $     3,999,322

                                    Hospital Services
                                      Children's Mercy Hospital                  $     1,200,000   $     1,199,507   $     1,199,507
                                      Truman Medical Center                           26,413,920        26,403,075        26,403,075
                                                                          Total $     27,613,920   $    27,602,582   $    27,602,582

                                    Department Total                             $   31,684,879 $      31,601,904 $      31,601,904




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                                        Health Centers




                                                                                                                     Health and Medical Care
Responsible Division: Health Centers
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Health Centers Program provides financial assistance to local non-profit health care providers in the City so
that indigent persons have access to health care.

    - KC Free Health Clinic                                   - Samuel U. Rogers Center
    - Northland Health Care Access                            - Swope Parkway Health Center
    - Richard Cabot Club                                      - Swope Ridge Geriatric Center Debt

                                                                   Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                  2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                               $   4,070,959     $    3,999,322     $    3,999,322
  Grants                                                                  --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                        --                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                           --                 --                 --
                                                      Total $     4,070,959     $    3,999,322     $    3,999,322

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                      $      76,565     $       76,566     $       76,566
   Contracts                                                              --                 --                 --
   Supplies                                                               --                 --                 --
   Equipment                                                              --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        3,813,024          3,750,176          3,750,176
   Debt Service                                                     181,370            172,580            172,580
                                                      Total $     4,070,959     $    3,999,322     $    3,999,322

Allocation by Fund
   Health Levy                                              $     4,070,959     $    3,999,322     $    3,999,322
                                                      Total $     4,070,959     $    3,999,322     $    3,999,322

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

Changes to the Budget
Funding for the healthcare providers remains constant in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                              Hospital Services
Health and Medical Care
                          Responsible Division: Hospital Services
                          Outcome: Healthy Community

                          The Hospital Services Program provides medical assistance to Children's Mercy Hospital and Truman Medical
                          Center so that indigent persons have access to health care.

                              - Children's Mercy Hospital                              - Truman Medical Center

                                                                                             Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                            2008-09            2009-10            2010-11
                          Revenue
                            Dedicated Tax                                              $   27,613,920      $   27,602,582    $   27,602,582
                            Grants                                                                  --                  --                --
                            Permits and Fees                                                        --                  --                --
                            Other Revenue                                                           --                  --                --
                                                                               Total $     27,613,920      $   27,602,582    $   27,602,582

                          Allocation by Expense Category
                             Salaries and Benefits                                     $            --     $            --   $            --
                             Contracts                                                              --                  --                --
                             Supplies                                                               --                  --                --
                             Equipment                                                              --                  --                --
                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       27,613,920          27,602,582        27,602,582
                             Debt Service                                                           --                  --                --
                                                                               Total $     27,613,920      $   27,602,582    $   27,602,582

                          Allocation by Fund
                             Health Levy                                             $     27,613,920      $   27,602,582    $   27,602,582
                                                                               Total $     27,613,920      $   27,602,582    $   27,602,582

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

                          Changes to the Budget
                          Funding for indigent care at Children's Mercy Hospital and Truman Medical Center remains constant in the
                          FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                       Housing




                                                                                                      Housing
Department Purpose Statement
The Housing Department seeks to preserve the City’s affordable housing stock by providing financial
and physical assistance to citizens and community housing groups so that our neighborhoods
are maintained.

Desired Community Outcomes
Neighbordhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable neighborhoods.




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                                             Housing
Housing
                                          Organization Chart




                                                   Citizens of
                                                   Kansas City




                                                    Mayor &
                                                   City Council




                                                   City Manager




                                                     Housing
                                                   Shirley Winn
                                                    40.0 FTEs




                              Housing Services                        Housing
                               Administration                         Financial
                                                                     Assistance
                            • Housing Administration              • Homeownership Assistance
                            • CDBG Adminstration                  • HOME projects


                                                                    Section 108/
                               Public Facilities                     Local Debt
                                                                    Repayments




                Housing                              Housing                            Home
              Development                          Rehabilitation                    Weatherization

          • Housing Services                 • Property Preservation               • Home Weatherization
          • Economic Development             • Neighborhood Housing                • Empire Direct Gas
          • Neighborhood Revitalization         Assistance                         • LIHEAP Grant
          • Public Services                  • Minor Home Repair
          • Mulkey Square                    • Paint Program



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            Housing and Community Development
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                          Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                         2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Neighborhood Livability                    $       10,994,679    $   12,397,193    $    12,270,624
                                           Total $       10,994,679    $   12,397,193    $    12,270,624

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $         30,611 $       1,350,000 $          901,015
      Grants                                             10,120,536        10,907,193         11,349,609
      Permits and Fees                                            --                --                 --
      Other Revenue                                          80,000            40,000             20,000
                                           Total $       10,231,147 $      12,297,193 $       12,270,624




                                                                                                            Housing
Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                        $      2,157,178    $    2,605,920    $     2,956,949
      Contracts                                           6,916,852         6,830,024          6,891,631
      Supplies                                              176,057           115,000             24,780
      Equipment                                               4,559             5,000              5,000
      Debt Service                                        1,709,128         1,491,249          1,491,249
      Capital Improvements                                   30,905         1,350,000            901,015
                                           Total $       10,994,679    $   12,397,193    $    12,270,624

Allocation by Fund
      General                                      $        843,532    $      140,000    $        20,000
      Community Development                               5,500,357         7,332,193          7,774,609
      HOME Investment                                     1,979,613         2,500,000          2,500,000
      Special Housing Rehabilitation                      2,640,566         1,075,000          1,075,000
      Capital Improvements                                   30,611         1,350,000            901,015
                                           Total $       10,994,679    $   12,397,193    $    12,270,624

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       34.0              31.0               33.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                               5.5               7.0                7.0
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --                --                 --
                                           Total               39.5              38.0               40.0




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                    Housing and Community Development
Housing
                                              SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                     Actual          Adopted            Submitted
          Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09          2009-10             2010-11

          Neighborhood Livability                              $   10,994,679 $      12,397,193 $       12,270,624


                    Administration                             $      635,904    $     1,080,000    $     1,300,819

                    Housing Development
                      Economic Development                     $      548,804    $       950,309    $       956,967
                      Housing Services                                 43,500          2,181,198          2,181,198
                      Mulkey Square                                    80,000             40,000             20,000
                      Neighborhood Revitalization                     118,663                  --                 --
                                                        Total $       790,967    $     3,171,507    $     3,158,165

                    Housing Financial Assistance               $     1,936,113   $     1,073,972    $     1,082,680

                    Housing Rehabilitation
                      Housing Planning Project                 $       649,983   $             --   $             --
                      Minor Home Repair                              2,418,294         2,905,465          3,111,696
                      Neighborhood Housing Assistance                  300,921                 --                 --
                      Paint Program                                     87,661           100,000                  --
                      Property Preservation                            451,405                 --                 --
                                                        Total $      3,908,264   $     3,005,465    $     3,111,696

                    Housing Weatherization
                      Home Weatherization                      $        89,888   $             --   $             --
                      Home Weatherization-Aquila                        36,854                 --                 --
                      Home Weatherization-DOE                          711,691           450,000            450,000
                      Home Weatherization-KCPL                         499,480           375,000            375,000
                      Home Weatherization-MGE                          365,973           250,000            250,000
                      LIHEAP Grant                                     117,012                 --                 --
                                                        Total $      1,820,898   $     1,075,000    $     1,075,000

                    Public Facilities                          $      162,500    $      150,000     $      150,000

                    Section 108/Debt                           $     1,709,128   $     1,491,249    $     1,491,249

                    Capital Improvements
                      Animal Shelter                           $       30,905    $             --   $            --
                      Brownfield Beacon Hill Cleanup                        --         1,000,000           901,015
                      Columbus Park                                         --           350,000                 --
                                                               $       30,905    $     1,350,000    $      901,015

                    Department Total                           $   10,994,679 $      12,397,193 $       12,270,624




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                                          Administration
Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Housing Services Administration provides staff support for community, housing, and economic development
services.

      - CDBG/Housing Administration


                                                                    Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                   2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $          --    $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                            635,904         1,080,000         1,300,819
  Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                           --                --                --




                                                                                                                   Housing
                                                      Total $       635,904     $   1,080,000    $    1,300,819

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $    559,724     $     953,064    $    1,191,840
   Contracts                                                         72,233           116,936            98,379
   Supplies                                                           3,947             5,000             5,600
   Equipment                                                              --            5,000             5,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
                                                      Total $       635,904     $   1,080,000    $    1,300,819

Allocation by Fund
   Capital Improvements                                        $       (294) $              --   $            --
   Community Development                                            636,198           830,000         1,059,527
   HOME Investment                                                        --          250,000           241,292
                                                      Total $       635,904 $       1,080,000    $    1,300,819

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 15.0             12.0              14.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                         0.5              2.0               1.0
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --                --
                                                      Total             15.5             14.0              15.0

Changes to the Budget
Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (Federal FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined. Two positions
have been added to CDBG Administration during the FY 2009-10 budget. One position is charged from the Finance
Department.




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                                          Housing Development
Housing
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

          The Housing Development program funds support for community, housing, and economic development services
          through neighborhood-based non-profit agencies to produce new housing development, rehabilitation,
          neighborhood organizing, crime watch, beautification, counseling, and referral services.

                - Housing Services                                          - Economic Development
                - Neighborhood Revitalization                               - Mulkey Square

                                                                               Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                              2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $           --   $            --
            Grants                                                              710,967        3,131,507         3,138,165
            Permits and Fees                                                          --               --                --
            Other Revenue                                                        80,000           40,000            20,000
                                                                Total $         790,967    $   3,171,507    $    3,158,165

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                      $       314,938    $     374,637    $      381,295
             Contracts                                                          461,629        2,795,870         2,775,870
             Supplies                                                            11,007            1,000             1,000
             Equipment                                                            3,393                --                --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --                --
             Debt Service                                                             --               --                --
                                                                Total $         790,967    $   3,171,507    $    3,158,165

          Allocation by Fund
             General                                                    $        80,000    $      40,000    $       20,000
             Community Development                                              667,467        1,955,479         1,962,137
             HOME Investment                                                     43,500        1,176,028         1,176,028
                                                                Total $         790,967    $   3,171,507    $    3,158,165

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --               --                --
             Charges to/from Other Programs                                         5.0              5.0               5.0
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --               --                --
                                                                Total               5.0              5.0               5.0

          Changes to the Budget
          Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (Federal FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined. The pass
          through payment to Mulky Square is reduced to $20,000 in FY 2010-11.




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                       Housing Financial Assistance
Responsible Division: Homeownership Assistance
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

The Homeownership Assistance Program provides increased levels of mixed income, single-family, and
multi-family housing to low-income households in identified neighborhood strategy areas through development
support, financing, and community development services.

      - HOME Investment Partnership Projects                       - Homeownership Assistance


                                                                      Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $             --    $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                             1,936,113         1,073,972         1,082,680
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                --                --




                                                                                                                      Housing
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                --
                                                      Total $        1,936,113     $   1,073,972    $    1,082,680

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $       226,575     $      81,880    $            --
   Contracts                                                         1,709,538           992,092         1,082,680
   Supplies                                                                  --                --                --
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                      Total $        1,936,113     $   1,073,972    $    1,082,680

Allocation by Fund
   HOME Investment                                          $        1,936,113     $   1,073,972    $    1,082,680
                                                      Total $        1,936,113     $   1,073,972    $    1,082,680

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

Changes to the Budget
Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (Federal FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined.




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                                           Housing Rehabilitation
Housing
          Responsible Division: Housing Rehabilitation
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

          Housing Rehabilitation focuses on the stabilization of existing housing structures.

             -   Property Preservation                                         - Neighborhood Housing Assistance Program
             -   Minor Home Repair                                         -     Housing Planning Project


                                                                                    Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                   2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                                      $           --   $           --   $            --
            Grants                                                                 3,144,735        2,905,465         3,111,696
            Permits and Fees                                                               --               --                --
            Other Revenue                                                                  --               --                --
                                                                   Total $         3,144,735    $   2,905,465    $    3,111,696

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                             $     666,226    $     660,779    $      848,254
             Contracts                                                             3,143,890        2,235,686         2,245,262
             Supplies                                                                 98,148          109,000            18,180
             Equipment                                                                     --               --                --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --               --                --
             Debt Service                                                                  --               --                --
                                                                   Total $         3,908,264    $   3,005,465    $    3,111,696

          Allocation by Fund
             Community Development                                             $   2,325,064    $   2,905,465    $    3,111,696
             General Fund                                                            763,529          100,000                 -
             Special Housing Rehabilitation                                          819,671                -                 -
                                                                   Total $         3,908,264    $   3,005,465    $    3,111,696

          Personnel
            No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       18.0             18.0              18.0
            Charges to/from Other Programs                                              (7.0)            (7.0)             (6.0)
            Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --               --                --
                                                                   Total                11.0             11.0              12.0

          Changes to the Budget
          Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined. Seven positions are
          charged to Home Weatherization grants. One accounting position is charged from the Finance Department.
          Funding for the Paint Program has been deferred one year for a savings of $100,000.




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                              Housing Weatherization
Responsible Division: Home Weatherization
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

The Weatherization Program provides energy efficiency services that are tailored to each house and are designed
for maximum cost savings.

    - Home Weatherization


                                                                    Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                   2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           --   $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                           1,820,898        1,075,000          1,075,000
  Permits and Fees                                                         --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --               --                 --




                                                                                                                    Housing
                                                      Total $      1,820,898    $   1,075,000     $    1,075,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     389,715    $     535,560     $      535,560
   Contracts                                                       1,367,062          539,440            539,440
   Supplies                                                           62,955                --                 --
   Equipment                                                           1,166                --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                            --               --                 --
                                                      Total $      1,820,898    $   1,075,000     $    1,075,000

Allocation by Fund
   Special Housing Rehabilitation                           $      1,820,898    $   1,075,000     $    1,075,000
                                                      Total $      1,820,898    $   1,075,000     $    1,075,000

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                        Public Facilities Support
Housing
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

          Public Facilities Support funds renovation projects for agencies that serve low-to-moderate income citizens.

              - Public Facilities

                                                                                Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                               2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --     $           --     $           --
            Grants                                                               162,500            150,000            150,000
            Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                 --
            Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                                  Total $        162,500      $     150,000      $     150,000

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                        $            --     $          --      $           --
             Contracts                                                           162,500           150,000             150,000
             Supplies                                                                  --                --                  --
             Equipment                                                                 --                --                  --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                  --
             Debt Service                                                              --                --                  --
             Capital Improvements                                                      --                --                  --
                                                                  Total $        162,500      $    150,000       $     150,000

          Allocation by Fund
             Community Development                                      $        162,500      $    150,000       $     150,000
                                                                  Total $        162,500      $    150,000       $     150,000

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

          Changes to the Budget
          Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (Federal FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined. In FY 2008-09
          funds were provided to provide maintenance to the Harvester's food bank facility.




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                                     Section 108 Debt
Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Section 108 supports significant urban redevelopment efforts with payments from CDBG resources on an
annual basis.

   - Section 108 Debt

                                                                    Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                   2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $           --     $           --     $            --
  Grants                                                           1,709,128          1,491,249           1,491,249
  Permits and Fees                                                         --                 --                  --
  Other Revenue                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                      Total $      1,709,128      $   1,491,249      $    1,491,249




                                                                                                                       Housing
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $           --     $           --     $            --
   Contracts                                                               --                 --                  --
   Supplies                                                                --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                    1,709,128          1,491,249           1,491,249
                                                      Total $      1,709,128      $   1,491,249      $    1,491,249

Allocation by Fund
   Community Development                                    $      1,709,128      $   1,491,249      $    1,491,249
                                                      Total $      1,709,128      $   1,491,249      $    1,491,249

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

Changes to the Budget
Final allocations of the FY 2010-11 (Federal FY 2010) Consolidated Plan have not been determined.




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                                          Capital Improvements
Housing
          Responsible Division: Housing Services Administration
          Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

          Capital Improvements provides funds for renovation projects benefiting local neighborhoods.

              - Columbus Park                                           - Brownfield Beacon Hill Cleanup
              - Animal Shelter

                                                                              Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                             2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
          Revenue
            Dedicated Tax                                               $        30,905    $   1,350,000    $     901,015
            Grants                                                                    --               --               --
            Permits and Fees                                                          --               --               --
            Other Revenue                                                             --               --               --
                                                                 Total $         30,905    $   1,350,000    $     901,015

          Allocation by Expense Category
             Salaries and Benefits                                      $             --   $           --   $           --
             Contracts                                                                --               --               --
             Supplies                                                                 --               --               --
             Equipment                                                                --               --               --
             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --               --
             Debt Service                                                             --               --               --
             Capital Improvements                                                30,905        1,350,000          901,015
                                                                 Total $         30,905    $   1,350,000    $     901,015

          Allocation by Project
             Neighborhood Conservation Funds
                Council District 1                                      $             --   $     350,000    $           --
                Council District 2                                                    --               --               --
                Council District 3                                                    --               --               --
                Council District 4                                                    --               --               --
                Council District 5                                               12,405                --               --
                Council District 6                                                    --               --               --
                                                                        $        12,405    $     350,000    $           --

          City-Wide Projects
             Animal Shelter                                             $        18,500    $           --   $           --
             Brownfield/Beacon Hills Development                                      --       1,000,000          901,015
                                                                        $        18,500    $   1,000,000    $     901,015

          Allocation by Fund
             Capital Improvements                                      $         30,905    $   1,350,000    $     901,015
                                                                 Total $         30,905    $   1,350,000    $     901,015




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                           Human Resources




                                                                                                  Human Resources
Department Purpose Statement
The Human Resources Department provides a diverse, quality workforce by attracting, retaining,
educating, and competitively compensating employees.

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




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                                          Human Resources
Human Resources
                                                 Organization Chart




                                                     Citizens of
                                                     Kansas City




                                                      Mayor &
                                                     City Council




                                                     City Manager




                                                       Human
                                                      Resources
                                                     Gary O’Bannon
                                                       39.0 FTEs




                                          Benefits                                      Education &
                  Administration                                     Compensation
                                                                                         Training




                                    Labor &
                                                      Recruitment
                                   Employee                                Retirement
                                                      & Selection
                                   Relations




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                                    Human Resources
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION




                                                                                                               Human Resources
                                                             Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                            2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                  $        4,653,203    $    3,644,039    $     3,535,940
                                              Total $        4,653,203    $    3,644,039    $     3,535,940

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $               -- $            -- $               --
      Grants                                                          --              --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                                                --                 --
      Other Revenue                                                   --        220,000            110,000
                                              Total $                 -- $      220,000 $          110,000

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $       3,467,905 $       2,989,601 $        3,016,403
        Contracts                                            1,163,993           609,238            477,137
        Supplies                                                21,305            45,200             42,400
        Equipment                                                    --                --                 --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                 --
        Debt Service                                                 --                --                 --
                                               Total $       4,653,203 $       3,644,039 $        3,535,940

Allocation by Fund
        General                                     $        4,653,203    $    3,644,039    $     3,535,940
                                              Total $        4,653,203    $    3,644,039    $     3,535,940

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         52.5              43.0               41.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                (1.0)             (1.0)              (2.0)
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --                --                 --
                                              Total               51.5              42.0               39.0




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                                                 Human Resources
Human Resources
                                                   SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                           Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                  Outcome     Programs and Activities                     2008-09          2009-10          2010-11

                  Governance                                         $    4,653,203 $      3,644,039 $     3,535,940

                            Administration
                              Administration                         $      438,385    $     472,336   $     437,735
                              HR Information Systems Support                256,733          268,798         283,230
                                                                Total $     695,118    $     741,134   $     720,965

                            Benefits                                 $      436,954    $     275,179   $     340,162

                            Compensation                             $      474,692    $     446,315   $     443,242

                            Education and Training
                              Education & Development                $      434,404    $     374,793 $       373,826
                              Tuition Assistance Program                    213,936                --              --
                                                                Total $     648,340    $     374,793 $       373,826

                            Labor and Employee Relations
                              Equal Employment Opportunity Admin     $       664,508   $     158,019   $           --
                              Labor and Employee Relations                   658,452         503,910         609,906
                                                               Total $     1,322,960   $     661,929   $     609,906

                            Recruitment and Selection                $      690,209    $     669,072   $     568,091

                            Retirement                               $      384,930    $     475,617   $     479,748

                            Department Total                         $    4,653,203 $      3,644,039 $     3,535,940




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                                          Administration
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                            Human Resources
Administration provides the divisions of the Department with innovative human resources initiatives through
evaluation of personnel policies and functions so that the most effective and efficient utilization of human capital
is maintained.

     - Administration                                              - Human Resources Information Systems Support

                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $             --   $             --
  Grants                                                                         --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                 --
                                                         Total $                 --   $             --   $             --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $     636,095      $    654,123       $     667,190
   Contracts                                                              55,092            84,611              50,975
   Supplies                                                                3,931             2,400               2,800
   Equipment                                                                   --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                                --                --                  --
                                                         Total $         695,118      $    741,134       $     720,965

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $         695,118      $     741,134      $     720,965
                                                         Total $         695,118      $     741,134      $     720,965

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces funding for succession planning by $25,000.




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                                                                   Benefits
Human Resources
                  Responsible Division: Benefits
                  Outcome: Governance

                  The Benefits Division advocates for the health of all City employees and administers the various insurance plans
                  available to City employees.

                      - Benefits

                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $            --
                    Grants                                                                      --                 --                --
                    Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                --
                    Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                --
                                                                          Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                        $      371,553     $     204,783      $     271,795
                     Contracts                                                            64,042            67,796             66,367
                     Supplies                                                              1,359             2,600              2,000
                     Equipment                                                                 --                --                 --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
                     Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                                          Total $        436,954     $     275,179      $     340,162

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                    $        436,954     $     275,179      $     340,162
                                                                          Total $        436,954     $     275,179      $     340,162

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     6.5               6.0                5.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --             (1.0)              (1.0)
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                 --
                                                                          Total               6.5               5.0                4.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  The FY 2010-11 Budget provides full funding for the Benefits Division and eliminates one full-time position.
                  One position is charged to the Wellness Program.




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                                          Compensation
Responsible Division: Compensation
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                        Human Resources
The Compensation Division administers all payroll and classification functions for City employees so that they are
promptly paid and accurately classified for the performance of their work responsibilities.


                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --               --
                                                       Total $                 --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $    455,130       $    406,109       $     425,605
   Contracts                                                           18,332             37,406              14,637
   Supplies                                                             1,230              2,800               3,000
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                       Total $        474,692       $    446,315       $     443,242

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $        474,692       $     446,315      $     443,242
                                                       Total $        474,692       $     446,315      $     443,242

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    7.0                6.0                6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                 --
                                                       Total               7.0                6.0                6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates funding for benchmarking and market salary surveys.




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                                                Education and Training
Human Resources
                  Responsible Division: Training and Development
                  Outcome: Governance

                  The Education and Training Division provides educational classes, materials, and assistance to City employees
                  so that consistent knowledge, skills, and abilities are developed throughout all City departments.


                                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $             --
                    Grants                                                                    --                 --                 --
                    Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                 --
                    Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                 --
                                                                        Total $               --   $             --   $             --

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                      $     331,972      $    205,934       $     213,887
                     Contracts                                                        305,388           141,859             133,739
                     Supplies                                                          10,980            27,000              26,200
                     Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
                     Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                                        Total $       648,340      $    374,793       $     373,826

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                  $       648,340      $     374,793      $     373,826
                                                                        Total $       648,340      $     374,793      $     373,826

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  5.0               3.0                  3.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                   --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                   --
                                                                        Total              5.0               3.0                  3.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates funding to the Mid-America Regional Council for the Government Innovations
                  Forum.




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                       Labor and Employee Relations
Responsible Division: Labor and Employee Relations
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                           Human Resources
The Labor and Employee Relations Division works to resolve issues on behalf of City staff so that they are
equitably treated during and after performance of their work responsibilities.

      - Equal Employment Opportunity Administration                  - Labor and Employee Relations



                                                                        Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $               --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                         --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --               --
                                                       Total $                   --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $        749,312     $    532,405       $     487,122
   Contracts                                                              572,320          125,524             119,984
   Supplies                                                                 1,328            4,000               2,800
   Equipment                                                                    --               --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                  --
   Debt Service                                                                 --               --                  --
                                                       Total $          1,322,960     $    661,929       $     609,906

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $          1,322,960     $     661,929      $     609,906
                                                       Total $          1,322,960     $     661,929      $     609,906

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      11.0               7.0                 7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             (1.0)                --               (1.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                  --
                                                       Total                 10.0               7.0                 6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a reduction of $10,000 for city-wide employment training.




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                                             Recruitment and Selection
Human Resources
                  Responsible Division: Recruitment and Selection
                  Outcome: Governance

                  The Recruitment and Selection Division engages potential City employees via area job fairs, advertisements,
                  and local colleges so that City departments have access to a pool of highly qualified candidates.


                                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
                    Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
                    Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
                    Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                                        Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                      $      569,175     $    522,334       $     480,935
                     Contracts                                                         118,698          142,338              83,556
                     Supplies                                                            2,336            4,400               3,600
                     Equipment                                                               --               --                  --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --               --                  --
                     Debt Service                                                            --               --                  --
                                                                        Total $        690,209     $    669,072       $     568,091

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                  $        690,209     $     669,072      $     568,091
                                                                        Total $        690,209     $     669,072      $     568,091

                  Personnel
                    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 11.0               9.0                8.0
                    Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                --                 --
                    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                --                 --
                                                                        Total             11.0               9.0                8.0

                  Changes to the Budget
                  The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one position and reduces operational costs related to the recruitment and
                  selection of new employees, including advertisements and pre-employment testing.




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                                              Retirement
Responsible Division: Retirement
Outcome: Governance




                                                                                                                        Human Resources
The Retirement Division administers competitive and secure retirement benefit plans, including deferred
compensation and surviving spouse annuity to retirees and their beneficiaries for their financial security and
health care.


                                                                       Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                      2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                        --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                              --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                 --         220,000           110,000
                                                        Total $                 --   $     220,000    $      110,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    354,668       $    463,913     $      469,869
   Contracts                                                            30,121              9,704              7,879
   Supplies                                                                141              2,000              2,000
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                        Total $        384,930       $    475,617     $      479,748

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $        384,930       $     475,617    $      479,748
                                                        Total $        384,930       $     475,617    $      479,748

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     5.0                5.0               5.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                 --                --
                                                        Total               5.0                5.0               5.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget estimates contributions totaling $110,000 from the pension funds for plan administration.




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184
                      Information Technology




                                                                                                   Information Technology
Department Purpose Statement
The Information Technology Department provides strategic information technology services to all
City departments and constituents in order to develop an enterprise-wide technology architecture
to drive standards which enable information sharing and maximize return on technology
investments.

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




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                                          Information Technology
Information Technology
                                                       Organization Chart




                                                             Citizens of
                                                             Kansas City




                                                              Mayor &
                                                             City Council




                                                             City Manager




                                                               Information
                                                               Technology
                                                               Ivan Drinks
                                                                82.0 FTEs




                                                Enterprise                     Customer         Strategy &
                         Administration       Infrastructure                  Relationship       Planning
                                              Management                      Management
                                           • Aviation                        • Personal      • Information
                                           • Business Application              Computer        Technology
                                             Support                           Management      Planning
                                           • Court Management                                • Quality
                                             System                                            Management
                                           • Database
                                             Administration
                                           • Enterprise Resource
                                             Planning
                                           • Geographic
                                             Information System
                                           • Intra/Internet Services
                                           • KIVA Permitting
                                             Systems
                                           • Public Safety
                                             Systems
                                           • Revenue System/
                                             Mainframe




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                          Information Technology




                                                                                                             Information Technology
                                 SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                            Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                           2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
     Governance                                    $       16,233,380    $   15,872,568    $   15,017,021
                                             Total $       16,233,380    $   15,872,568    $   15,017,021

Revenue
    Dedicated Tax                                    $              --   $            --   $            --
    Grants                                                          --                --                --
    Permits and Fees                                          628,868           190,127            35,000
    Other Revenue                                                   --                --                --
                                             Total $          628,868    $      190,127    $       35,000

Allocation by Expense Category
     Salaries and Benefits                        $         8,882,146    $    7,599,757    $    7,478,197
     Contracts                                              4,537,713         4,894,407         4,228,559
     Supplies                                                 230,253            54,186            54,875
     Equipment                                                 87,350           384,466           550,000
     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --                --                --
     Debt Service                                           2,495,918         2,939,752         2,705,390
     Capital Improvements                                           --                --                --
                                            Total $        16,233,380    $   15,872,568    $   15,017,021

Allocation by Fund
     General                                       $       16,233,380    $   15,872,568    $   15,017,021
                                             Total $       16,233,380    $   15,872,568    $   15,017,021

Personnel
     No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                      108.0             101.0              97.0
     Charges to/from Other Programs                              (1.0)            (15.0)            (15.0)
     Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --                --                --
                                             Total              107.0              86.0              82.0




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                                                      Information Technology
Information Technology
                                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                       Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                         Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2008-09           2009-10             2010-11

                         Governance                                              $   16,233,380 $       15,872,568 $       15,017,021

                                   Administration                                $      979,843     $      807,462     $      725,421

                                   Court Management System                       $      423,344     $      408,836     $      408,971

                                   Enterprise and Public Safety Support
                                     Public Safety Systems                       $      798,257     $      692,937     $      786,283
                                     Aviation & Water Support                            56,817                  --                 --
                                                                          Total $       855,074     $      692,937     $      786,283

                                   Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                                     Enterprise Infrastructure Management      $       1,033,463    $     1,325,667    $     1,122,712
                                     System and Application Management                         --                 --           845,949
                                     Database Management                                 786,934            842,337            866,433
                                     Oracle ELA Debt                                     370,174            370,175            370,175
                                     Lotus Notes Conversion Debt                               --           560,000            560,000
                                                                         Total $       2,190,571    $     3,098,179    $     3,765,269

                                   Enterprise Systems Maintenance
                                     Enterprise Systems                          $     3,053,601    $     2,814,367    $     1,786,243
                                     Enterprise Resources Project Debt                 1,267,838          1,263,956          1,262,269
                                                                          Total $      4,321,439    $     4,078,323    $     3,048,512

                                   Geographic Info System
                                     GIS Upgrade Debt                            $       386,354    $       386,354    $       384,726
                                     Geographic Info System                            2,073,174          1,332,519            971,909
                                                                          Total $      2,459,528    $     1,718,873    $     1,356,635

                                   Informaion Technology Planning
                                      Business Solutions, R&D                    $      531,789     $      349,092     $      283,695
                                      Quality Management                                212,073            191,482            190,327
                                                                          Total $       743,862     $      540,574     $      474,022

                                   Inter/Intranet Services
                                      Web Development/Domino/Notes               $      798,124     $      438,215     $      412,945

                                   Municipal Systems
                                     KIVA Permit Systems                         $       308,258    $      260,815     $            --
                                     KIVA Upgrade Debt                                         --           88,792             88,792
                                     Municipal Systems                                 1,278,242                 --           307,179
                                                                          Total $      1,586,500    $      349,607     $      395,971




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                            Information Technology




                                                                                                          Information Technology
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                         Actual           Adopted           Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                     2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

          Personal Computer Support
            Desktop Support                     $                --   $     1,635,954   $     1,867,034
            Helpdesk                                             --           378,814           312,135
             PC Lifecycle Debt                             521,769            270,475            39,428
             Technology Training                           502,625            212,189           121,337
            Technology Support                                   --           391,149           460,141
                                           Total $       1,024,394    $     2,888,581   $     2,800,075

          Revenue Systems                       $         850,701     $      850,981    $      842,917

          Department Total                      $      16,233,380 $       15,872,568 $      15,017,021




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                                                                   Administration
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Administration
                         Outcome: Governance

                         Administration provides planning and management services in order to develop City-wide and strategic technology
                         services to all City departments and constituents, which in turn develops an enterprise-wide technology architecture
                         to drive standards, enabling information sharing and maximizing return on technology investments.

                                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                              2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                 $              --   $             --   $           --
                           Grants                                                                       --                 --               --
                           Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --               --
                           Other Revenue                                                                --                 --               --
                                                                                 Total $                --   $             --   $           --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                        $      797,948 $         698,033       $     626,054
                            Contracts                                                           129,643           103,618              86,867
                            Supplies                                                             53,652             5,811              12,500
                            Equipment                                                            (1,400)                --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                              --                --                  --
                                                                                 Total $        979,843 $         807,462       $     725,421

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                    $        979,843      $     807,462      $     725,421
                                                                                 Total $        979,843      $     807,462      $     725,421

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     9.0               7.0                6.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                 --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                 --
                                                                                 Total               9.0               7.0                6.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a reduction of one filled position. In addition, as resources have decreased,
                         Information Technology has reallocated personnel and monetary resources to the remaining higher priority
                         programs. These changes are reflected on the following pages.




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                          Court Management System




                                                                                                                       Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance

Court Management Support provides application support and services for the specific needs of Municipal Court.


                                                                     Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $           --   $             --
  Grants                                                                      --               --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --         155,127                  --
  Other Revenue                                                               --               --                 --
                                                      Total $                 --   $     155,127    $             --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $    417,940       $    400,311     $     402,034
   Contracts                                                           5,404              6,925             5,337
   Supplies                                                                --             1,600             1,600
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --                 --                --
                                                      Total $        423,344       $    408,836     $     408,971

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $        423,344       $    408,836     $     408,971
                                                      Total $        423,344       $    408,836     $     408,971

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                        Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance

                         Enterprise Infrastructure Management provides a stable, adaptive network infrastructure which supports current
                         applications and future technologies.

                            -   Enterprise Infrastructure Management                        -       Oracle Debt
                            -   System and Application Management                           -       Lotus Notes Conversion Debt

                                                                                                       Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                        $               --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                               --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                                     --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                                        --                 --                --
                                                                                    Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                               $        956,302     $     968,693      $    1,464,340
                            Contracts                                                                    864,095         1,194,911           1,365,954
                            Supplies                                                                           --            4,400               4,800
                            Equipment                                                                          --                --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                            --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                                 370,174           930,175             930,175
                                                                                    Total $            2,190,571     $   3,098,179      $    3,765,269

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                       $            2,190,571     $   3,098,179      $    3,765,269
                                                                                    Total $            2,190,571     $   3,098,179      $    3,765,269

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                            13.0              10.0                15.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                                      --                --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                   --                --                  --
                                                                                    Total                   13.0              10.0                15.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers six positions from PeopleSoft Maintenance as part of the Information Technology
                         reallocation initiative. One full-time position is eliminated due to the consolidation of computer room work with the
                         Police Department.




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                    Enterprise/Public Safety Support




                                                                                                                          Information Technology
Responsible Division: Customer Relationship Management
Outcome: Governance

Enterprise & Public Safety Support provides technology support and services for Aviation, Water Services and
public safety departments.

   -   Aviation and Water Services technology support           -       Public Safety records management
   -   CAD Maintenance

                                                                           Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                          2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                     $             --   $          --    $           --
  Grants                                                                          --              --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                           24,370               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                   --              --                --
                                                        Total $              24,370    $          --    $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                            $      276,469     $    199,228     $     200,146
   Contracts                                                               578,605          492,509           585,337
   Supplies                                                                      --           1,200               800
   Equipment                                                                     --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                                  --               --                --
                                                        Total $            855,074     $    692,937     $     786,283

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $            855,074     $    692,937     $     786,283
                                                        Total $            855,074     $    692,937     $     786,283

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        10.0             17.0              17.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --           (15.0)            (15.0)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --               --                --
                                                        Total                  10.0              2.0               2.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects an increase of $77,588 in computer maintenance. This is offset by reductions
in computer maintenance in other programs. Personnel and operating costs are charged to Aviation and Water
Services.




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                                              Enterprise System Maintenance
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance

                         PeopleSoft is the City's enterprise management system that integrates finance, procurement, human resources,
                         payroll and benefits.

                            -   Enterprise Systems                                        - PeopleSoft Maintenance

                                                                                               Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                              2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
                           Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
                           Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
                           Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                                                  Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                         $   2,212,539      $   1,879,636      $    1,284,832
                            Contracts                                                           841,062            925,131             495,811
                            Supplies                                                                  --             9,600               5,600
                            Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                      1,267,838          1,263,956           1,262,269
                                                                                  Total $     4,321,439      $   4,078,323      $    3,048,512

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                     $     4,321,439      $   4,078,323      $    3,048,512
                                                                                  Total $     4,321,439      $   4,078,323      $    3,048,512

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   24.0               21.0                13.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                          (1.0)                 --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                                                  Total            23.0               21.0                13.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         The FY 2010-11 Budget transfers six positions and software maintenance funding to Enterprise Infrastructure
                         Management. Additionally, two vacant positions are eliminated.




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                     Geographic Information Systems




                                                                                                                           Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance

Geographic Information Systems maintains an electronic data mapping system of Kansas City, Missouri and
provides spatial manipulation of data for the organization and the general public so that accurate and informative
mapping is available for use.

   -   Geographic Info System                                    -       GIS Upgrade Debt

                                                                            Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                           2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                      $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                           --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                            47,313           35,000            35,000
  Other Revenue                                                                    --               --                --
                                                         Total $              47,313    $      35,000    $       35,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                             $     1,590,270    $     578,499    $      666,208
   Contracts                                                                 480,486          688,045           239,326
   Supplies                                                                    2,418           15,975            16,375
   Equipment                                                                       --          50,000            50,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                         --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                              386,354          386,354           384,726
                                                         Total $           2,459,528    $   1,718,873    $    1,356,635

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $           2,459,528    $   1,718,873    $    1,356,635
                                                         Total $           2,459,528    $   1,718,873    $    1,356,635

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget defers funding for one year for the annual aerial mapping procedure, saving $452,000.




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                                              Information Technology Planning
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Strategy and Planning
                         Outcome: Governance

                         Strategy and Planning provides technological strategy consulting and project management services by creating
                         partnerships with City departments for the purpose of identifying and aiding in the efficient implementation of
                         technology solutions.

                            -   Business Solutions                                       - Quality Management
                            -   Research and Development

                                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                             2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $             --
                           Grants                                                                      --                 --                 --
                           Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                 --
                           Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                 --
                                                                                 Total $               --   $             --   $             --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                        $     732,111      $     529,454      $     463,456
                            Contracts                                                           11,751              8,720              8,566
                            Supplies                                                                 --             2,400              2,000
                            Equipment                                                                --                 --                 --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                 --
                            Debt Service                                                             --                 --                 --
                                                                                 Total $       743,862      $     540,574      $     474,022

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                    $       743,862      $     540,574      $     474,022
                                                                                 Total $       743,862      $     540,574      $     474,022

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    6.0                5.0                 5.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                                                 Total              6.0                5.0                 5.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                Intra/Internet Services




                                                                                                                       Information Technology
Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
Outcome: Governance

Intra/Internet Services provides leadership on emerging web technologies and maintains the City's web presence.



   -   Web Development/Domino/Notes

                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                      Total $                 --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $    407,953       $    283,135       $     369,275
   Contracts                                                         390,171            153,480              42,470
   Supplies                                                                --             1,600               1,200
   Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                      Total $        798,124       $    438,215       $     412,945

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $        798,124       $    438,215       $     412,945
                                                      Total $        798,124       $    438,215       $     412,945

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   4.0               3.0                 4.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                      Total               4.0               3.0                 4.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget consolidates maintenance of the City's website and transfers one position from the Office
of the City Manager. Software maintenance costs are transferred to the Enterprise Infrastructure Management
program.




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                                         Municipal / KIVA Permitting Systems
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance

                         KIVA provides access to the City's Land Information System that is the basis of all land development processes,
                         construction permitting, inspections, request for services, and related applications and processes administered
                         by the City.

                                                                                              Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                             2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                                $            --    $             --   $              --
                           Grants                                                                    --                  --                  --
                           Permits and Fees                                                    581,555                   --                  --
                           Other Revenue                                                             --                  --                  --
                                                                                Total $        581,555     $             --   $              --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                       $      907,035     $      76,373      $      76,916
                            Contracts                                                          640,932           183,242            229,863
                            Supplies                                                                 --            1,200                400
                            Equipment                                                           38,533                 --                 --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                 --
                            Debt Service                                                             --           88,792             88,792
                                                                                Total $      1,586,500     $     349,607      $     395,971

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                   $      1,586,500     $     349,607      $     395,971
                                                                                Total $      1,586,500     $     349,607      $     395,971

                         Personnel
                           No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    3.0               1.0                  1.0
                           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                   --
                           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                   --
                                                                                Total               3.0               1.0                  1.0

                         Changes to the Budget
                         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                          Personal Computer Support




                                                                                                                              Information Technology
Responsible Division: Customer Relationship Management
Outcome: Governance

Personal Computer Operations ensures that the highest level of customer relationships are achieved by
providing tools, training and channels of communication through a single point of contact for all technology
service requests.

   -   Desktop Support                                            -       PC Lifecycle Debt
   -   PC Lifecycle                                               -       Helpdesk
   -   Technology Training & Support

                                                                             Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                       $               --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                              --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                                    --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                       --               --                --
                                                         Total $                      --   $           --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                              $       268,360      $   1,685,580    $    1,623,490
   Contracts                                                                   60,082            588,860           628,757
   Supplies                                                                   174,183              9,200             8,400
   Equipment                                                                   50,217            334,466           500,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                          --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                               471,552            270,475            39,428
                                                         Total $            1,024,394      $   2,888,581    $    2,800,075

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $            1,024,394      $   2,888,581    $    2,800,075
                                                         Total $            1,024,394      $   2,888,581    $    2,800,075

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                          23.0               21.0              20.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                    --                 --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                 --                 --                --
                                                         Total                   23.0               21.0              20.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one position and repositions the personal computer acquisition program from
lease-based to pay-as-you-go.




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                                                             Revenue Systems
Information Technology
                         Responsible Division: Enterprise Infrastructure Management
                         Outcome: Governance

                         Revenue Systems maintains the City's tax information system, including: case management, returns processing,
                         taxpayer accounting, correspondence architecture, revenue accounting, and taxpayer information.

                            -   Revenue Systems

                                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                           2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                         Revenue
                           Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $           --
                           Grants                                                                    --                 --               --
                           Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --               --
                           Other Revenue                                                             --                 --               --
                                                                               Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                         Allocation by Expense Category
                            Salaries and Benefits                                      $     315,219      $    300,815       $     301,446
                            Contracts                                                        535,482           548,966             540,271
                            Supplies                                                               --            1,200               1,200
                            Equipment                                                              --                --                  --
                            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                  --
                            Debt Service                                                           --                --                  --
                                                                               Total $       850,701      $    850,981       $     842,917

                         Allocation by Fund
                            General                                                  $       850,701      $    850,981       $     842,917
                                                                               Total $       850,701      $    850,981       $     842,917

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

                         Changes to the Budget
                         There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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   Kansas City Area Transportation Authority




                                                                                                     Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
Department Purpose Statement
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority provides reliable and affordable transit services to
all residents in and visitors to the metropolitan area.

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




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                                            Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                          Organization Chart




                                                                    Citizens of
                                                                   Kansas City




                                                                    Mayor &
                                                                   City Council




                                                                  City Manager




                                                                   Public Works




                                                                 Public Works
                                                                 Administration

                                                           •	 Area	Transportation	Authority
                                                           •	 Special	Transit	Services




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       Kansas City Area Transportation Authority




                                                                                                          Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                          Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                         2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                            $       49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126
                                           Total $       49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $     49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126
      Grants                                                      --               --               --
      Permits and Fees                                            --               --               --
      Other Revenue                                               --               --               --
                                           Total $       49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries	and	Benefits                       $               --	 $           	--	 $            --	
      Contracts                                             201,000          201,000          201,000
      Supplies                                                    --	             	--	              --	
      Equipment                                                   --               --               --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies            49,412,140       42,198,407       40,605,126
      Debt	Service                                                --	             	--	              --	
                                            Total $      49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126

Allocation by Fund
      Public Mass Transportation                   $     26,349,787 $     21,752,903 $     20,071,641
      KCATA	Sales	Tax                                    23,263,353       20,646,504       20,734,485
                                           Total $       49,613,140 $     42,399,407 $     40,806,126

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




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                                                  Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                                   Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                            Outcome     Programs and Activities                   2008-09           2009-10           2010-11

                                            Economic Growth                                  $   49,613,140 $      42,399,407 $      40,806,126

                                                      Area Transportation Authority          $    49,412,140   $    42,198,407   $    40,605,126

                                                      Special Transit Services               $      201,000    $      201,000    $      201,000

                                                      Department Total                       $   49,613,140 $      42,399,407 $      40,806,126




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                       Area Transportation Authority




                                                                                                                        Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
Responsible Division: Public Works Administration
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) provides reliable and efficient public transportation so
that the needs of a majority of transit-dependent residents are met and transportation alternatives to single-
occupancy vehicle trips are offered.

    - ATA Operations


                                                                      Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $   49,412,140      $   42,198,407    $   40,605,126
  Grants                                                                     --                  --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                  --                --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                  --                --
                                                      Total $       49,412,140      $   42,198,407    $   40,605,126

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                        $            --     $            --   $            --
   Contracts                                                                 --                  --                --
   Supplies                                                                  --                  --                --
   Equipment                                                                 --                  --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          49,412,140          42,198,407        40,605,126
   Debt	Service                                                              --                  --                --
                                                      Total $       49,412,140      $   42,198,407    $   40,605,126

Allocation by Fund
   Public Mass Transportation                                   $   26,148,787      $   21,551,903    $   19,870,641
   KCATA	Sales	Tax                                                  23,263,353          20,646,504        20,734,485
                                                      Total $       49,412,140      $   42,198,407    $   40,605,126

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

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	for	the	Kansas	City	Area	Transportation	Authority	decreases	by	$1,593,281,	or	4%,	over
the total funding provided in FY 2009-10 due to reduced sales tax collection estimates. Funding from the KCATA
Sales	Tax	increases	due	to	reduced	TIF	allocations.




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                                                                         Special Transit Services
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
                                            Responsible Division: Public Works Administration
                                            Outcome: Economic Growth

                                            The	Special	Transit	Services	Program	provides	an	additional	subsidy	for	developmentally	disabled	transportation
                                            operations	of	the	Jackson	County	Board	of	Development	Services	beyond	what	is	generated	by	the	Jackson	
                                            County property tax levy for this purpose.


                                                - Developmentally Disabled Transportation


                                                                                                               Actual            Adopted         Submitted
                                                                                                              2008-09            2009-10          2010-11
                                            Revenue
                                              Dedicated Tax                                              $      201,000      $    201,000    $     201,000
                                              Grants                                                                  --                --               --
                                              Permits and Fees                                                        --                --               --
                                              Other Revenue                                                           --                --               --
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000    $     201,000

                                            Allocation by Expense Category
                                               Salaries	and	Benefits                                     $            --     $          --   $           --
                                               Contracts                                                        201,000           201,000          201,000
                                               Supplies                                                               --                --               --
                                               Equipment                                                              --                --               --
                                               Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --               --
                                               Debt	Service                                                           --                --               --
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000    $     201,000

                                            Allocation by Fund
                                               Public Mass Transportation                              $        201,000      $    201,000    $     201,000
                                                                                                 Total $        201,000      $    201,000    $     201,000

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

                                            Changes to the Budget
                                            There	are	no	significant	changes	to	the	FY	2010-11	Budget.




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                        Kansas City Museum




                                                                                               Kansas City Museum
Department Purpose Statement
The Kansas City Museum provides premium regional venues for public education and community
entertainment for the metropolitan area.

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




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Kansas City Museum
                     Kansas City Museum
                        Organization Chart



                              Citizens of
                              Kansas City




                               Mayor &
                              City Council




                             City Manager




                               General
                               Services




                              Facilities
                             Management

                         •	 Kansas	City	Museum




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                               Kansas City Museum




                                                                                                           Kansas City Museum
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                              Actual        Adopted         Submitted
                                                             2008-09        2009-10          2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Economic Growth                            $           1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616
                                           Total $           1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                $         1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616
      Grants                                                         --              --               --
      Permits and Fees                                               --              --               --
      Other Revenue                                                  --              --               --
                                           Total $           1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                       $                  -- $            -- $            --
      Contracts                                                  7,217           7,761           8,290
      Supplies                                                       --              --              --
      Equipment                                                      --              --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                1,397,136       1,472,014       1,439,326
      Debt Service                                                   --              --              --
                                            Total $          1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $     1,447,616

Allocation by Fund
      Museum                                     $           1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616
                                           Total $           1,404,353 $     1,479,775 $      1,447,616

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




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Kansas City Museum
                                                  Kansas City Museum
                                                       SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                        Actual       Adopted       Submitted
                     Outcome     Programs and Activities               2008-09       2009-10        2010-11

                     Economic Growth                               $   1,404,353 $   1,479,775 $   1,447,616

                               Kansas City Museum                  $   1,404,353 $   1,479,775 $   1,447,616




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                                 Kansas City Museum




                                                                                                                      Kansas City Museum
Responsible Department: General Services - Facilities Management
Outcome: Economic Growth

The Kansas City Museum provides educational public programming and emphasizes the importance of regional
history and science.


                                                                     Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $   1,404,353      $   1,479,775    $    1,447,616
  Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                      Total $       1,404,353      $   1,479,775    $    1,447,616

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $           --     $           --   $            --
   Contracts                                                            7,217              7,761             8,290
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --                --
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          1,397,136          1,472,014         1,439,326
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                --
                                                      Total $       1,404,353      $   1,479,775    $    1,447,616

Allocation by Fund
   Museum                                                   $       1,404,353      $   1,479,775    $    1,447,616
                                                      Total $       1,404,353      $   1,479,775    $    1,447,616

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

Changes to the Budget
A slight reduction in funding is budgeted in FY 2010-11 due to lower museum property tax collection estimates.




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                                              Law




                                                                                                       Law
Department Purpose Statement
The Law Department provides legal services to the City and its elected officials, staff, and various
boards and committees.

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

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

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




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                                                        Law
Law
                                                Organization Chart



                                                       Citizens of
                                                       Kansas City




                 Municipal                              Mayor &
                Court Judges                           City Council




                                                       City Manager




                                   Law
                               Galen Beaufort
                                 35.6 FTEs




                                          Municipal                      Domestic
                                                                                           Civil Rights
        Legal Services                      Court                     Violence Court
                                                                                          Enforcement
                                         Prosecution                     Program
      • Construction Legal Services                                                    • Fair Housing Grant
      • Neighborhood Legal Services
      • Risk Management - Legal Claims




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                                              Law
                                  SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                                Actual        Adopted        Submitted
                                                               2008-09        2009-10         2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Governance                                     $         4,875,075 $     2,951,822 $     3,055,559
      Public Safety                                              175,370         238,786         232,553
                                             Total $           5,050,445 $     3,190,608 $     3,288,112

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                  $                 -- $           -- $            --
      Grants                                                     258,394        182,846         246,956
      Permits and Fees                                           136,792        140,808         140,808
      Other Revenue                                              883,065         50,000          50,000
                                             Total $           1,278,251 $      373,654 $       437,764

Allocation by Expense Category




                                                                                                            Law
      Salaries and Benefits                       $            2,905,422 $     2,790,921 $     2,943,320
      Contracts                                                1,961,870         246,233         258,138
      Supplies                                                   127,779         153,454          86,654
      Equipment                                                   55,374               --              --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --              --              --
      Debt Service                                                     --              --              --
                                            Total $            5,050,445 $     3,190,608 $     3,288,112

Allocation by Fund
      General                                        $         5,050,445 $     2,951,822 $     3,055,559
      Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                             --        238,786         232,553
                                             Total $           5,050,445 $     3,190,608 $     3,288,112

Personnel
   No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                            54.4           52.4             49.4
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                   (7.8)         (10.8)            (9.8)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                (7.0)          (6.0)            (4.0)
                                             Total                  39.6           35.6             35.6




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                                                        Law
Law
                                          SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                         Actual       Adopted         Submitted
      Outcome      Programs and Activities                              2008-09       2009-10          2010-11

      Governance                                                   $ 4,875,075 $ 2,951,822 $ 3,055,559

                Civil Rights
                   Civil Rights Enforcement                        $      570,005 $     401,511 $        410,451
                   EEOC Grant                                              99,093             --               --
                   Fair Housing Grant                                     100,138        60,723          124,833
                   Human Rights Commission                                 45,232        30,000           30,000
                                                              Total $    814,468 $     492,234    $     565,284
                Legal Services
                   Corporate Services                              $    2,078,623 $   1,903,810 $      1,904,171
                   Litigation                                             603,943       555,778          586,104
                   Telecommunication Settlement Legal Fees              1,378,041             --               --
                                                              Total $   4,060,607 $   2,459,588   $    2,490,275


      Public Safety                                                $    175,370 $     238,786 $        232,553

                Domestic Violence Court Program
                   Domestic Violence Court Program                 $       94,321 $     110,917 $        104,684
                   Domestic Violence Court Grants                          81,049       127,869          127,869
                                                              Total $    175,370 $     238,786    $     232,553

                Department Total                                   $ 5,050,445 $ 3,190,608 $ 3,288,112




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                             Civil Rights Enforcement
Responsible Division: City Attorney
Outcome: Governance

The Civil Rights Enforcement Division enforces the City's Civil Rights Ordinance which protects our citizens against
discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations on the basis of race, national origin, sex,
religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, familial status and marital status.


   -   Civil Rights Enforcement                                -       Human Rights Commission
   -   Fair Housing Grant                                      -       EEOC Grant

                                                                          Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                         2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $          --    $           --
  Grants                                                                   159,140          60,723           124,833
  Permits and Fees                                                               --              --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --              --                --
                                                       Total $             159,140    $     60,723     $     124,833




                                                                                                                        Law
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $       566,053    $    450,097     $     524,127
   Contracts                                                               184,953          40,137            37,957
   Supplies                                                                  8,088           2,000             3,200
   Equipment                                                                55,374               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                       --              --                --
   Debt Service                                                                  --              --                --
                                                       Total $             814,468    $    492,234     $     565,284

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $             814,468    $    492,234     $     565,284
                                                       Total $             814,468    $    492,234     $     565,284

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                        8.0              8.0              7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                 --            (1.0)               --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --               --               --
                                                       Total                   8.0              7.0              7.0

Changes to the Budget
The Fair Housing Grant is budgeted at $124,833 in FY 2010-11, an increase of $64,110. This increase provides
funding for an existing staff member.




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                                                 Legal Services
Law
      Responsible Division: Legal Services
      Outcome: Governance

      Legal Services provides legal and litigation services to the City and its elected officials, staff, and various
      boards and committees so that they may act in conformance with the law.

           - Corporate Services                                          - Litigation



                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                              2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
      Revenue
        Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --    $            --    $              --
        Grants                                                                        --                 --                   --
        Permits and Fees                                                        136,792            140,808              140,808
        Other Revenue                                                           883,065             50,000               50,000
                                                                Total $       1,019,857     $      190,808     $        190,808

      Allocation by Expense Category
         Salaries and Benefits                                          $     2,173,083     $    2,115,176     $    2,202,113
         Contracts                                                            1,769,987            199,412            213,562
         Supplies                                                               117,537            145,000             74,600
         Equipment                                                                    --                 --                 --
         Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                 --
         Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                 --
                                                                Total $       4,060,607     $    2,459,588     $    2,490,275

      Allocation by Fund
         General                                                      $       4,060,607     $    2,459,588     $    2,490,275
                                                                Total $       4,060,607     $    2,459,588     $    2,490,275

      Personnel
        No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                       41.0               39.0                37.0
        Charges to/from Other Programs                                              (7.8)              (9.8)               (9.8)
        Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           (7.0)              (6.0)               (4.0)
                                                                Total               26.2               23.2                23.2

      Changes to the Budget
      The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a one-time reduction of $70,000 in legal research funding. One vacant position
      is eliminated, and one position is transferred to the Water Services Department. Two fewer positions are charged
      to capital projects.




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                   Domestic Violence Court Program
Responsible Division: Domestic Violence Court Program
Outcome: Public Safety

Domestic Violence Court Program provides ancillary services to the court, so that violations are efficiently and
effectively prosecuted.

    - Domestic Violence Court Services



                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $          --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                                99,254           122,123           122,123
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                --                --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                --
                                                        Total $         99,254     $     122,123     $     122,123




                                                                                                                          Law
Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $    166,286     $     225,648     $     217,080
   Contracts                                                             6,930             6,684             6,619
   Supplies                                                              2,154             6,454             8,854
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                        Total $        175,370     $     238,786     $     232,553

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $    175,370     $           --    $           --
   Domestic Violence Shelter Operations                                      --          238,786           232,553
                                                        Total $        175,370     $     238,786     $     232,553

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     5.4               5.4                  5.4
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                   --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                   --
                                                        Total               5.4               5.4                  5.4


Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                Municipal Court




                                                                                                         Municipal Court
Department Purpose Statement
The Municipal Court provides proper and efficient adjudication of all City ordinance violations and
provides for the proper collection, custody, and disbursement of City monies collected.

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




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                                    Municipal Court
Municipal Court
                                     Organization Chart




                                               Citizens of
                                               Kansas City




                  Municipal Court               Mayor &
                     Judges                    City Council




                                              City Manager




                                             Municipal Court
                                              Anthony Miller
                                               98.8 FTEs

                                      •   Indigent Court Defense
                                      •   Municipal Court Administration
                                      •   Municipal Crime Commission
                                      •   Municipal Court Technology
                                      •   Pensions of Municipal Court Judges




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                                      Municipal Court
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                            Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                            2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome




                                                                                                               Municipal Court
        Public Safety                               $       10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876
                                              Total $       10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $              --   $           --    $            --
      Grants                                                         --               --                 --
      Permits and Fees                                         538,695          607,700            607,700
      Other Revenue                                                  --               --                 --
                                              Total $          538,695    $     607,700     $      607,700

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $       5,979,108    $    6,069,824    $     6,125,055
        Contracts                                            3,565,051         3,026,086          2,970,609
        Supplies                                               163,065           157,012            156,212
        Equipment                                                    --                --           500,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                 --
        Debt Service                                           461,643           461,873                  --
                                               Total $      10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876

Allocation by Department
        Municipal Court                               $      9,241,509    $    8,821,345    $     8,818,677
        Law Department                                         927,358           893,450            933,199
                                              Total $       10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876

Allocation by Fund
        General                                     $       10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876
                                              Total $       10,168,867    $    9,714,795    $     9,751,876

Personnel:
    Municipal Court
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         78.3              77.3               81.3
    Charges to/from Other Departments                                --                --                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --                --                 --

    Law Department
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         19.0              17.5               17.5
    Charges to/from Other Departments                                --                --                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                --                --                 --
                                              Total               97.3              94.8               98.8




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                                                        Municipal Court
Municipal Court
                                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                               Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                  Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2008-09           2009-10            2010-11

                  Public Safety                                           $   10,168,867 $       9,714,795 $       9,751,876

                            Municipal Court
                              Municipal Court Administration              $             --   $            --   $       313,411
                              Municipal Court Operations                        7,691,608         7,450,340          3,281,477
                              Court Support Services                                    --                --         3,814,657
                              Municipal Crime Commission                           90,000            45,000             45,000
                              Municipal Court Technology                          461,643           461,873            500,000
                              Pensions of Municipal Court Judges                   27,573            28,000             28,000
                                                                   Total $      8,270,824    $    7,985,213    $     7,982,545

                            Indigent Legal Defense                        $      970,685     $     836,132     $      836,132

                            Municipal Court Prosecution                   $      927,358     $     893,450     $      933,199

                            Department Total                              $   10,168,867 $       9,714,795 $       9,751,876




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                                          Municipal Court
Responsible Division: Municipal Court
Outcome: Public Safety

The Municipal Court adjudicates all cases docketed and probations ordered. It ensures all City ordinance
violations are properly and efficiently processed and that all fines and bond forfeitures are properly accounted
for and deposited.




                                                                                                                           Municipal Court
   – Municipal Court Administration                                – Municipal Court Technology Improvements
   – Pensions of Municipal Court Judges                            – Municipal Crime Commission
   – Court Support Services                                        – Municipal Court Operations

                                                                        Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                        2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $           --    $           --    $           --
  Grants                                                                       --                --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                       538,695           607,700           607,700
  Other Revenue                                                                --                --                --
                                                         Total $         538,695     $     607,700     $     607,700

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $    5,058,959    $   5,186,006     $    5,199,095
   Contracts                                                            2,587,157        2,180,322          2,127,238
   Supplies                                                               163,065          157,012            156,212
   Equipment                                                                    --               --           500,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           461,643          461,873                  --
                                                         Total $        8,270,824    $   7,985,213     $    7,982,545

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $        8,270,824    $   7,985,213     $    7,982,545
                                                         Total $        8,270,824    $   7,985,213     $    7,982,545

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      78.3              77.3                81.3
  Charges to/from Other Departments                                             --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                             --                --                  --
                                                         Total               78.3              77.3                81.3




Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects an increase of four positions in Court Support Services. Additionally, technology
improvements funding switches from debt service to equipment.




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                                                  Indigent Legal Defense
Municipal Court
                  Responsible Division: Municipal Court
                  Outcome: Public Safety

                  Legal Aid of Western Missouri provides constitutionally mandated representation to indigent defendants in the
                  Kansas City Municipal Court who have been charged with City ordinance violations, and who face the possibility
                  of incarceration if convicted. Representation is also provided for a defendant’s trial de novo and appeal to the
                  Court of Appeals.

                                                                                      Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                      2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                  Revenue
                    Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $            --
                    Grants                                                                      --                 --                --
                    Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --                --
                    Other Revenue                                                               --                 --                --
                                                                          Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                  Allocation by Expense Category
                     Salaries and Benefits                                        $           --     $           --     $           --
                     Contracts                                                          970,685            836,132            836,132
                     Supplies                                                                 --                 --                 --
                     Equipment                                                                --                 --                 --
                     Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                 --
                     Debt Service                                                             --                 --                 --
                                                                          Total $       970,685      $     836,132      $     836,132

                  Allocation by Fund
                     General                                                    $       970,685      $     836,132      $     836,132
                                                                          Total $       970,685      $     836,132      $     836,132

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




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                         Municipal Court Prosecution
Responsible Division: Office of the City Prosecutor
Outcome: Public Safety

Municipal Court Prosecution provides legal services to the City in the form of prosecuting cases which come before
the Municipal Court so that violations of City ordinances are efficiently and effectively prosecuted.




                                                                                                                          Municipal Court
                                                                       Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                         --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --               --
                                                       Total $                   --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $    920,149       $     883,818      $     925,960
   Contracts                                                              7,209               9,632              7,239
   Supplies                                                                   --                  --                 --
   Equipment                                                                  --                  --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                  --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --                  --                 --
                                                       Total $          927,358       $     893,450      $     933,199

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $          927,358       $     893,450      $     933,199
                                                       Total $          927,358       $     893,450      $     933,199

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     19.0               17.5               17.5
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --                 --
                                                       Total                19.0               17.5               17.5

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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      Neighborhood and Community Services




                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Department Purpose Statement
The Neighborhood and Community Services Department administers the programs which are
required by Charter, Ordinance, Administrative Code, and “social mandate,” which effect Kansas
City’s neighborhoods and the people who live, work, and play in them.

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

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

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




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                                              Neighborhood and Community Services
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                                                             Organization Chart


                                                                                     Citizens of
                                                                                     Kansas City




                                                                                       Mayor &
                                                                                      City Council




                                                                                    City Manager




                                                                                   Neighborhood &
                                                                                     Community
                                                                                      Services
                                                                                      David Park
                                                                                        Acting
                                                                                      192.3 FTEs




                                            Support                 Public                                  Property                 Community
                                            Services                Safety                                Preservation                Services

                                      •	 Administration   •	   Abandoned	Vehicle	Towing              •	 Building	Demolitions    •	 Family	Support	Services
                                                          •	   Regulated	Industries                  •	 Nuisance	and	Property   •	 Homeless	Initiatives
                                                          •	   Animal	Health	&	Public	Safety         	  Code	Inspections        •	 Senior	Adult	Services
                                                          •	   Correctional	Services                 •	 Rental	Housing		        •	 Social	Services
                                                                                                        Enforcement                Administration
                                                                                                     •	 Nuisance	Abatement      •	 Youth	Support	Services
                                                                                                     •	 Land	Trust	Lot	
                                                                                                        Weed Control


                                                                                     Neighborhood
                                                                                       Services




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                                                                                                                Neighborhood and Community Services
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                             Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                             2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Neighborhood	Livability                        $     14,274,592    $   13,923,724   $    14,252,107
        Healthy	Community                                     7,307,441         7,158,631         7,082,793
        Public	Safety                                         6,157,731         5,934,546         4,557,867
                                               Total $       27,739,764    $   27,016,901   $    25,892,767

Revenue
      Dedicated	Tax                                    $             	--	 $     1,500,000   $            	--	
      Grants                                                  5,283,887         5,337,741         5,374,604
      Permits	and	Fees                                        6,310,148         7,891,800         7,443,060
      Other	Revenue                                             172,267            40,000            40,000
                                               Total $       11,766,302 $      14,769,541   $    12,857,664

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries	and	Benefits                          $     14,459,773 $      12,259,415   $    10,630,314
        Contracts                                            11,236,560        11,192,648        13,208,767
        Supplies                                                464,277           417,415           314,657
        Equipment                                               285,487           141,619                	--	
        Debt	Service                                          1,293,667         1,505,804         1,739,029
        Capital	Improvements                                         	--	       1,500,000                	--	
                                               Total $       27,739,764 $      27,016,901   $    25,892,767

Allocation by Fund
        General                                        $     23,793,816 $      21,925,901 $      22,362,931
        Public	Safety	Sales	Tax                                      	--	       1,500,000                	--	
        Police	Drug	Enforcement                                      	--	          36,000            36,000
        Neighborhood	Tourist	Development                             	--	          10,000            10,000
        Justice	Assistance	Grant                                416,356                	--	              	--	
        Domestic	Violence	Shelter	Operations                    400,203           400,000           400,000
        Community	Development                                 3,083,651         2,920,000         2,858,836
        Inmate	Security                                          45,000           225,000           225,000
        Capital	Improvements                                        738                	--	              	--	
                                               Total $       27,739,764 $      27,016,901 $      25,892,767

Personnel
    No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                         275.0            248.0              190.3
    Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                 (1.7)             1.0                2.0
    Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                 --               --                 --
                                               Total              273.3            249.0              192.3




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                                                  Neighborhood and Community Services
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                                                            SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                                         Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                      Outcome     Programs and Activities                                2008-09         2009-10            2010-11

                                      Neighborhood Livability                                       $ 14,274,592 $ 13,923,724 $ 14,252,107

                                                Administration                                      $    1,265,309 $      952,407 $          998,156
                                                                                                                                       .
                                                Abandoned Vehicle Towing
                                                  Impounded	Vehicle	Auction                         $       12,925 $       179,685 $               	--	
                                                  Tow	Lot	Debt                                           1,293,667       1,505,804          1,514,029
                                                  Tow	Service	Operations                                 2,092,776       2,264,221          2,207,725
                                                                                               Total $   3,399,368 $     3,949,710 $        3,721,754

                                                Neighborhood Services
                                                  Community	Action	Network	(CAN)	Centers            $      350,095 $       70,000 $           70,000
                                                  Legal	Aid	-	Neighborhood	Attorney                        114,688        103,200            103,200
                                                  Neighborhood	Capacity	Building                           294,256             	--	               	--	
                                                  Neighborhood	Services	                                   248,361        222,698            254,578
                                                                                               Total $   1,007,400 $      395,898 $          427,778

                                                Nuisance Code Abatement
                                                  Dangerous	Building	Demolition                     $    2,053,494 $     1,996,837 $        1,265,000
                                                  Land	Trust	Property	Maintenance                          189,540         270,000            250,000
                                                  Nuisance	Abatement	Program                               198,595         400,000            800,000
                                                  Nuisance	Abatement	Inspections                                	--	            	--	        1,241,084
                                                                                                    $    2,441,629 $     2,666,837 $        3,556,084

                                                Property Code Inspections
                                                   COMBAT	Grant-Drug	Abatement	Response	Team $                  	--	 $      36,000 $           36,000
                                                   Neighborhood	Preservation                             4,595,919       4,063,249          3,999,535
                                                   Rental	Housing	Enforcement	Program                       14,361          53,163                 	--	
                                                                                          Total $        4,610,280 $     4,152,412 $        4,035,535

                                                Regulated Industries                                $    1,550,606 $     1,806,460 $        1,512,800

                                      Healthy Community                                             $ 7,307,441 $ 7,158,631 $ 7,082,793

                                                Animal Health & Public Safety
                                                  Animal	Control	                                   $    1,755,202 $     1,528,622 $        1,579,013
                                                  Kennel	Operations                                        729,591         661,519            687,548
                                                  Pet	License	Program                                      177,841         177,722            178,913
                                                                                               Total $   2,662,634 $     2,367,863 $        2,445,474

                                                Family Support Services
                                                  Domestic	Violence	Shelter	Operations              $     400,203 $       400,000 $          400,000
                                                  Family	Support                                           37,813          40,000                 	--	
                                                  Legal	Aid	-	Civil	Aid	Unit                               67,532         100,000                 	--	
                                                  MDHSS	Unit	of	Chronic	Disease	Grant                       5,191              	--	               	--	
                                                                                               Total $    510,739 $       540,000 $          400,000




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                                                                                                             Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                  Actual        Adopted       Submitted
Outcome     Programs and Activities                               2008-09       2009-10        2010-11

          Homeless Initiatives
            Emergency	Shelter	Grants                          $     499,817 $     457,460 $      442,460
            Homeless	Prevention	Grant                               143,713       100,000        100,000
            HUD	Supportive	Housing	Grant                            690,073       710,441        710,441
                                                        Total $   1,333,603 $   1,267,901 $    1,252,901

          Senior Adult Services
            Foster	Grandparent	Program                    $        447,725 $     442,800 $      454,920
            MARC	Aging	Program                                      57,136        59,000         59,000
            MARC	Family	Caregiver	Case	Management	Grant                 	--	          	--	      100,560
            Senior	Adult	Service	Program                           193,264       175,000        146,451
                                                    Total $        698,125 $     676,800 $      760,931

          Social Services Administration                      $   1,088,788 $   1,621,567 $    1,527,903

          Youth Services
            Summer	Food	Service	Program                       $     321,097 $    331,523 $      342,607
            Child	and	Adult	Care	Grants                              72,864      122,044        122,044
            Youth	Services                                          569,457      230,933        230,933
            Summer	Youth	Enrichment	&	Transportation	                50,134           	--	           	--	
                                                        Total $   1,013,552 $    684,500 $      695,584

Public Safety                                                 $ 6,157,731 $ 5,934,546 $ 4,557,867

          Correctional Services
            Inmate	Biometric	ID	Systems                       $      45,000 $     225,000 $      225,000
            Justice	Assistance	Grant                                462,539             --             --
            Community	Arrest	Program                                109,184             --             --
            MCI/Regional	Jail                                     5,171,701     3,909,546      4,032,867
            Federal	Home	Loan	Bank                                  356,745             --             --
            Healthcare	Foundation	Grant                              12,562       300,000        300,000
            Regional	Jail	Construction                                   	--	   1,500,000             	--	
                                                        Total $   6,157,731 $   5,934,546 $    4,557,867

          Department Total                                    $ 27,739,764 $ 27,016,901 $ 25,892,767




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                                                                                Administration
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Administration
                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                                      Administration directs the service delivery system of the Neighborhood and Community Services Department and
                                      provides continued evaluation of programs and systems and the identification and development of new initiatives,
                                      programs, and funding sources.

                                          - Department	Administration                                - Neighborhood	Tourist	Development	Fund	
                                                                                                       Administration

                                                                                                          Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                                          2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                $            --   $            --   $            --
                                        Grants                                                                    --                --                --
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                         30                 --                --
                                        Other	Revenue                                                        84,954            40,000            40,000
                                                                                             Total $         84,984    $       40,000    $       40,000

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                       $    1,153,323    $      810,966    $      866,132
                                         Contracts                                                          105,162           136,106           127,084
                                         Supplies                                                             6,824             5,335             4,940
                                         Equipment                                                                --                --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                             --                --                --
                                                                                             Total $      1,265,309    $      952,407    $      998,156

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                     $    1,265,309    $      942,407    $      988,156
                                         Neighborhood	Tourist	Development                                         --           10,000            10,000
                                                                                             Total $      1,265,309    $      952,407    $      998,156

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                  14.0              11.0              11.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                                                             Total             14.0              11.0              11.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      There	are	no	significant	changes	to	the	FY	2010-11	Budget.




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                           Abandoned Vehicle Towing




                                                                                                                       Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Public Safety
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Abandoned	Vehicle	Towing	removes	illegally	parked,	stolen,	or	potentially	hazardous	vehicles	in	order	to	maintain
traffic safety and eliminate blighted conditions.

    - Impounded	Vehicle	Auction                                  - Tow	Services
    - Tow	Lot	Debt	Service                                       - Tow	Lot	Relocation

                                                                     Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                  $            --   $            --   $            --
  Grants                                                                      --                --                --
  Permits	and	Fees                                                    3,732,427         4,270,000         4,070,000
  Other	Revenue                                                               --                --                --
                                                       Total $        3,732,427    $    4,270,000    $    4,070,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                         $    1,077,877    $    1,052,734    $    1,083,045
   Contracts                                                            975,235         1,316,662         1,066,770
   Supplies                                                              52,589            74,510            57,910
   Equipment                                                                  --                --                --
   Debt	Service                                                       1,293,667         1,505,804         1,514,029
                                                       Total $        3,399,368    $    3,949,710    $    3,721,754

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $        3,399,368    $    3,949,710    $    3,721,754
                                                       Total $        3,399,368    $    3,949,710    $    3,721,754

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                    19.0              19.0              18.0
  Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                            1.0               1.0               1.0
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                           --                --                --
                                                       Total               20.0              20.0              19.0

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	one	vacant	position	and	reduces	funding	for	contract	towing	and	vehicle
auctioning.




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                                                                     Neighborhood Services
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Neighborhood Services
                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                                      Neighborhood	Improvement	Program	develops	neighborhood	self-help	capacity	by	providing	strategies	and
                                      resources for neighborhood stabilization and revitalization, and by serving as a link between City government
                                      and neighborhoods to provide training and technical assistance.

                                          - CAN Center Operations                                     - Neighborhood Services
                                          - Legal	Aid	-	Neighborhood	Attorney


                                                                                                          Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                          2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $           --
                                        Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                            --                 --               --
                                        Other	Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                                              Total $               --   $             --   $           --

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                        $      205,716     $     179,303      $     207,909
                                         Contracts                                                           797,617           214,622            217,609
                                         Supplies                                                              4,067             1,973              2,260
                                         Equipment                                                                 --                --                 --
                                         Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                         Capital	Improvements                                                      --                --                 --
                                                                                              Total $      1,007,400     $     395,898      $     427,778

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                      $      938,595     $     395,898      $     427,778
                                         Capital	Improvements                                                    738                 --                 --
                                         Community	Development	Block	Grant                                    68,067                 --                 --
                                                                                              Total $      1,007,400     $     395,898      $     427,778

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                     9.0               4.0                4.0
                                        Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                           (1.0)             (1.0)              (1.0)
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                           --                --                 --
                                                                                              Total               8.0               3.0                3.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	reflects	continued	funding	of	$70,000	for	the	Community	Action	Network	(CAN)
                                      Centers.		The	Neighborhood	Attorney	is	once	again	funded	at	$103,200.




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                           Nuisance Code Abatement




                                                                                                                     Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Neighborhood Preservation
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Nuisance Code Abatement monitors all nuisance abatement, building demolition, and contract management
for neighborhood preservation.


   - Building	Demolitions                                       - Nuisance	Code	Violation	Abatement
   - Land	Trust	Property	Maintenance                            - Nuisance	Code	Inspections

                                                                    Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                    2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                 $           --    $          --    $           --
  Grants                                                                    --               --                --
  Permits	and	Fees                                                    190,693          473,000           562,000
  Other	Revenue                                                             --               --                --
                                                      Total $         190,693     $    473,000     $     562,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                        $      771,419    $     635,408    $    1,118,868
   Contracts                                                         1,624,695        2,015,029         2,408,136
   Supplies                                                             34,868           16,400            29,080
   Equipment                                                            10,647                --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --               --                --
                                                      Total $        2,441,629    $   2,666,837    $    3,556,084

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                  $        2,441,629    $   2,666,837    $    3,556,084
                                                      Total $        2,441,629    $   2,666,837    $    3,556,084

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                   13.0             12.0              19.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --               --                --
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                          --               --                --
                                                      Total               13.0             12.0              19.0

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	consolidates	the	Dangerous	Building	Demolition	program	with	nuisance	code	violation
abatement activities to create the Nuisance Code Abatement program. Code enforcement staff is transferred from
Parks	and	Recreation	and	Neighborhood	and	Community	Services	departments	to	focus	resources	on	vacant	
property	management.		An	additional	$400,000,	for	a	total	of	$800,000	is	provided	for	code	violation	abatement	
in	the	FY	2010-11	Budget.




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                                                                  Property Code Inspections
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Neighborhood Preservation
                                      Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                                      Nuisance	and	Property	Code	Inspections	provides	professional	property	maintenance	code	enforcement	
                                      services to protect the safety, health, and welfare of the citizens, and the property values in the community.


                                          - COMBAT	Grant	-	Drug	Abatement	Response	Team                - Neighborhood	Preservation	Inspections
                                          - Rental	Housing	Inspection


                                                                                                            Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                            2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                  $             --   $            --    $            --
                                        Grants                                                               1,099,900         1,036,000          1,036,000
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                        58,110           470,000            305,000
                                        Other	Revenue                                                                --                --                 --
                                                                                               Total $       1,158,010    $    1,506,000     $    1,341,000

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                         $     4,082,030    $    3,755,083     $    3,624,806
                                         Contracts                                                             407,496           284,982            275,582
                                         Supplies                                                              115,995           112,347            135,147
                                         Equipment                                                               4,759                 --                 --
                                         Debt Service                                                                --                --                 --
                                                                                               Total $       4,610,280    $    4,152,412     $    4,035,535

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                       $     3,510,380    $    3,116,412     $    2,999,535
                                         Police	Drug	Enforcement                                                     --           36,000             36,000
                                         Community	Development                                               1,099,900         1,000,000          1,000,000
                                                                                               Total $       4,610,280    $    4,152,412     $    4,035,535

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                     75.0               67.0              65.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --                --
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                            --                 --                --
                                                                                               Total              75.0               67.0              65.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	two	vacant	administrative	positions.		The	Community	Development	Block
                                      Grant	provides	funding	for	28	property	maintenance	code	inspectors.		Funds	from	the	Jackson	County	sales	
                                      tax assists in the drug house eradication efforts.




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                                  Regulated Industries




                                                                                                                       Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Public Safety
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Regulated	Industries	provides	enforcement	services	to	ensure	compliance	with	the	City's	Administrative	Code	
provisions relating to alcoholic beverages, adult entertainment, and commercial vehicles.

    - Investigations                                            - Administration


                                                                     Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                 $            --    $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                     --                --                --
  Permits	and	Fees                                                   1,551,994         1,590,800         1,512,800
  Other	Revenue                                                              --                --                --
                                                       Total $       1,551,994     $   1,590,800    $    1,512,800

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                        $    1,049,095     $   1,296,809    $    1,002,221
   Contracts                                                           479,311           483,201           482,399
   Supplies                                                             22,200            26,450            28,180
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                       Total $       1,550,606     $   1,806,460    $    1,512,800

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                   $       1,550,606     $   1,806,460    $    1,512,800
                                                       Total $       1,550,606     $   1,806,460    $    1,512,800

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                   23.0              21.0               18.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                 --
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                          --                --                 --
                                                       Total              23.0              21.0               18.0

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	three	vacant	positions	and	reduces	appropriations	to	match	revenues
generated from various permits, licenses and fees.




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                                                             Animal Health & Public Safety
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Public Safety
                                      Outcome: Healthy Community

                                      Animal Control provides law enforcement and professional animal control and care services so that the community
                                      is protected from animals and animal borne diseases, animals are treated humanely, and the public is informed
                                      about responsible pet ownership.

                                          - Animal	Control	Administration                            - Pet	License	Program
                                          - Field	Services	


                                                                                                         Actual            Adopted              Submitted
                                                                                                         2008-09           2009-10               2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Grants                                                       $           --    $            --      $           --
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                   331,691            463,000             368,260
                                        Other	Revenue                                                        3,172                  --                  --
                                                                                             Total $       334,863     $      463,000       $     368,260

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                       $    1,832,902    $     1,263,206      $    1,318,205
                                         Contracts                                                          663,063          1,020,357           1,098,949
                                         Supplies                                                           165,688             84,300              28,320
                                         Equipment                                                              981                  --                  --
                                         Debt Service                                                             --                 --                  --
                                                                                             Total $      2,662,634    $     2,367,863      $    2,445,474

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                   $      2,662,634    $     2,367,863      $    2,445,474
                                                                                             Total $      2,662,634    $     2,367,863      $    2,445,474

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                  42.0                 32.0              28.0
                                        Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                   --                --
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                         --                   --                --
                                                                                             Total             42.0                 32.0              28.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	kennel	positions	due	to	the	outsourcing	of	this	operation.




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                            Family Support Services




                                                                                                                    Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Community Service
Outcome: Healthy Community

Family	Support	Services	provides	social	intervention	to	empower	individuals	and	families	to	improve	their	
quality of life, and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs.

    - Domestic	Violence	Shelter	Operations                      - Legal	Aid	-	Civil	Aid	Unit
    - Family	Support	grant	match                                - MDHSS	Unit	of	Chronic	Disease	Grant


                                                                     Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                                                                     2008-09         2009-10          2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                 $            -- $            -- $             --
  Grants                                                                 5,191               --               --
  Permits	and	Fees                                                     400,203         400,000          400,000
  Other	Revenue                                                              --              --               --
                                                        Total $        405,394 $       400,000 $        400,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                        $        2,926 $        10,000 $         10,000
   Contracts                                                           506,205         530,000          390,000
   Supplies                                                              1,608               --               --
   Equipment                                                                 --              --               --
   Debt Service                                                              --              --               --
                                                        Total $        510,739 $       540,000 $        400,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $      110,536 $       140,000 $              --
   Domestic	Violence	Shelter	Operations                                400,203         400,000          400,000
                                                        Total $        510,739 $       540,000 $        400,000

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                     1.0                --              --
  Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                            0.1              0.1             0.1
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                           --               --              --
                                                        Total               1.1              0.1             0.1

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	the	civil	litigation	services	contract	with	Legal	Aid	in	the	amount	of	$100,000.
In	addition,	$40,000	in	discretionary	grant	match	funding	is	eliminated.		Domestic	violence	shelters	receive	
funding	totaling	$400,000	from	a	$2	fee	on	each	case	filed	at	the	municpal	court.




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                                                                        Homeless Initiatives
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Community Service
                                      Outcome: Healthy Community

                                      Homeless	Initiatives	provides	services	to	homeless	families	and	individuals	so	that	they	may	become	more
                                      self-sufficient.

                                          - HUD	Emergency	Shelter	Grant	                                - Homeless	Prevention	Grants
                                          - HUD	Supportive	Housing	Grant                            -     MO	Emergency	Shelter	Grant

                                                                                                            Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                            2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                   $           --   $           --   $            --
                                        Grants                                                              1,333,603        1,267,901         1,252,901
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                            --               --                --
                                        Other	Revenue                                                               --               --                --
                                                                                            Total $         1,333,603    $   1,267,901    $    1,252,901

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                          $      37,703    $      32,932    $       32,632
                                         Contracts                                                          1,295,900        1,234,969         1,220,269
                                         Supplies                                                                   --               --                --
                                         Equipment                                                                  --               --                --
                                         Debt Service                                                               --               --                --
                                                                                            Total $         1,333,603    $   1,267,901    $    1,252,901

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                        $   1,189,890    $   1,167,901    $    1,152,901
                                         Community	Development	                                               143,713          100,000           100,000
                                                                                            Total $         1,333,603    $   1,267,901    $    1,252,901

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                       --               --                --
                                         Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                           0.8              0.8               0.8
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                           --               --                --
                                                                                            Total                 0.8              0.8               0.8

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	reflects	federal	grants	for	emergency	shelter	in	the	amount	of	$392,460,	for	supportive
                                      housing	in	the	amount	of	$710,441,	and	$100,000	for	homelessness	prevention	services.		The	Emergency	Shelter	
                                      Grant	from	the	State	of	Missouri	decreases	from	$65,000	to	$50,000.




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                                 Senior Adult Services




                                                                                                                           Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Community Service
Outcome: Healthy Community

Senior Adult Services provides volunteer opportunities and support services through the distribution of stipends
to supplement the income of senior adults and the operation of senior social activites and the "Meals-on-Wheels"
Program for homebound seniors.

    - Foster	Grandparent	Program                                - Senior	Adult	Service	Program
    - MARC	Aging	Program	


                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                   $          --    $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                               456,169           460,273            562,216
  Permits	and	Fees                                                           --                --                 --
  Other	Revenue                                                              --                --                 --
                                                        Total $        456,169     $     460,273     $      562,216

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                          $    265,528     $     274,127     $      388,145
   Contracts                                                           426,348           399,773            368,686
   Supplies                                                              6,249             2,900              4,100
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                        Total $        698,125     $     676,800     $      760,931

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $    504,861     $     676,800     $      760,931
   Community	Development	                                              193,264                 --                 --
                                                        Total $        698,125     $     676,800     $      760,931

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                     8.0               6.0                   8.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                    --
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                           --                --                    --
                                                        Total               8.0               6.0                   8.0

Changes to the Budget
The	FY	2010-11	Budget	reflects	a	new	$100,560	MARC	Family	Caregiver	Grant.		This	grant	provides	funding	
for two positions to provide informational and counseling support to those taking care of elderly family members.
The grant also allows support for grandparents who are the sole caregivers for young or disabled children.
The	federal	Foster	Grandparent	Grant	program	is	funded	at	$454,920.




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                                                              Social Services Administration
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Community Service
                                      Outcome: Healthy Community

                                      Social Services Administration facilitates a community social support system that addresses through fund
                                      acquisition,	allocation,	and	contract	administration,	the	needs	of	the	most	vulnerable	populations:	the	elderly,	
                                      the economically-disadvantaged, and children.

                                          - Social Services Administration

                                                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                             2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                   $            --    $            --    $            --
                                        Grants                                                               1,009,250          1,589,067          1,527,903
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                             --                 --                 --
                                        Other	Revenue                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                                                                Total $      1,009,250     $    1,589,067     $    1,527,903

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                          $      391,663     $      550,415     $      489,251
                                         Contracts                                                             691,099          1,067,552          1,035,052
                                         Supplies                                                                6,026              3,600              3,600
                                         Equipment                                                                   --                 --                 --
                                         Debt Service                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                                                                Total $      1,088,788     $    1,621,567     $    1,527,903

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                        $       79,538     $       32,500     $            --
                                         Community	Development	                                              1,009,250          1,589,067          1,527,903
                                                                                                Total $      1,088,788     $    1,621,567     $    1,527,903

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                      11.0               10.0                 8.0
                                        Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                             (2.9)              (1.5)               (0.5)
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                             --                 --                  --
                                                                                                Total               8.1                8.5                 7.5

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	eliminates	$32,500	of	discretionary	funding	for	the	Social	Services	program.		One
                                      position	is	transferred	to	the	Accounts	division	in	the	Finance	Department	and	is	charged	back	to	the	grant	
                                      funding	in	this	program.	An	additional	vacant	position	is	eliminated.		CDBG	funds	the	administrative	support
                                      for	the	Social	Services	division	grants.		The	FY	2009-10	Budget	included	funding	with	ReStart	for	$70,000,
                                      and	the	Community	Assistance	Council	for	$246,031.




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                                          Youth Services




                                                                                                                   Neighborhood and Community Services
Responsible Division: Community Service
Outcome: Healthy Community

Youth	Support	Services	provides	a	community-based	social	service	program	committed	to	working	with	Kansas
City youth to improve their lives through advocacy, direct service, and a continuum of support.

   - Summer	Food	Service	Program                               - Youth	Services
   - Child	and	Adult	Care	Food	Grants



                                                                   Actual             Adopted         Submitted
                                                                   2008-09            2009-10          2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated	Tax                                                $           --     $          --   $           --
  Grants                                                             963,418           684,500          695,584
  Permits	and	Fees                                                         --                --               --
  Other	Revenue                                                            --                --               --
                                                     Total $         963,418      $    684,500    $     695,584

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries	and	Benefits                                       $       39,187     $     35,000    $      46,084
   Contracts                                                          973,794          649,500          649,500
   Supplies                                                               571                --               --
   Equipment                                                                --               --               --
   Debt Service                                                             --               --               --
                                                     Total $        1,013,552     $    684,500    $     695,584

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $      444,095     $    453,567    $     464,651
   Community	Development                                              569,457          230,933          230,933
                                                     Total $        1,013,552     $    684,500    $     695,584

Personnel
  No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                   1.0                --             0.3
  Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                          0.3              0.6              0.6
  Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                         --               --               --
                                                     Total                1.3              0.6              0.9

Changes to the Budget
There	are	no	significant	changes	to	the	FY	2010-11	Budget.		The	federal	Summer	Food	Services	grant	is	funded
in	the	amount	of	$342,607	and	adds	0.3	positions	in	FY	2010-11.	Additionally,	Community	Development	Block
Grant	funds	$230,933	for	childcare	services	and	educational	support	for	low-income	youth.




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                                                                        Correctional Services
Neighborhood and Community Services
                                      Responsible Division: Public Safety
                                      Outcome: Public Safety

                                      Correctional Services provides competent legal representation to low-and moderate-income citizens through the
                                      services	of	Legal	Aid,	as	well	as,	the	safe,	secure	and	humane	treatment	of	inmates	at	the	regional	jail	while
                                      creating the opportunity for meaningful work, training and discipline needed for reintegration into the community.

                                          - Inmate	Biometric	Identification	System                     - MCI/Regional	Jail
                                          - Health	Care	Foundation	Grant

                                                                                                            Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                                            2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
                                      Revenue
                                        Dedicated	Tax                                                  $            --    $   1,500,000     $            --
                                        Grants                                                                416,356           300,000            300,000
                                        Permits	and	Fees                                                       45,000           225,000            225,000
                                        Other	Revenue                                                          84,141                 --                 --
                                                                                               Total $        545,497     $   2,025,000     $      525,000

                                      Allocation by Expense Category
                                         Salaries	and	Benefits                                         $    3,550,404     $   2,363,432     $      443,016
                                         Contracts                                                          2,290,635         1,839,895          3,868,731
                                         Supplies                                                              47,592            89,600             21,120
                                         Equipment                                                            269,100           141,619                  --
                                         Debt	Service                                                               --                --           225,000
                                         Capital	Improvements                                                       --        1,500,000                  --
                                                                                               Total $      6,157,731     $   5,934,546     $    4,557,867

                                      Allocation by Fund
                                         General                                                       $    5,696,375     $   4,209,546     $    4,332,867
                                         Public	Safety	Sales	Tax                                                    --        1,500,000                  --
                                         Justice	Assistance	Grant                                             416,356                 --                 --
                                         Inmate	Security	                                                      45,000           225,000            225,000
                                                                                               Total $      6,157,731     $   5,934,546     $    4,557,867

                                      Personnel
                                        No.	of	Full	Time	Equivalent	Positions                                     59.0              66.0                 11.0
                                        Charges	to/from	Other	Programs                                               --              1.0                  1.0
                                        Less:	Charges	to	Capital	Projects                                            --                --                   --
                                                                                               Total              59.0              67.0                 12.0

                                      Changes to the Budget
                                      The	FY	2010-11	Budget	reflects	the	transition	from	MCI	to	the	regional	jail.		Resources	that	were	provided	for	
                                      66	positions	are	shifted	to	contractual	arrangements	with	Jackson	and	Platte	Counties.		A	total	of	$3.3	million	
                                      is	budgeted	for	54,750	inmate	bed	nights.		The	remaining	positions	provide	transportation	and	other	ancillary	
                                      services.		The	municipal	court	fee	of	$1	for	inmate	security	will	pay	debt	service	for	the	construction	on	the	
                                      Jackson	County	regional	jail.




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                     Office of the City Manager




                                                                                                         Office of the City Manager
Department Purpose Statement
The Office of the City Manager provides professional leadership and direction in the adminsitration
of policies established by the Mayor and City Council and coordinates and supervises the operation
of the City departments.

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

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

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




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                                              Office of the City Manager
Office of the City Manager
                                                               Organization Chart



                                                                           Citizens of
                                                                           Kansas City




                                                                            Mayor &
                                                                           City Council

                                               Environmental
                                               Management
                                                Commission

                                                                           City Manager




                                                                  Office of the City Manager
                                                                              Troy Schulte
                                                                         Interim City Manager
                                                                               67.0 FTEs




                                                                 Call                         City            Office of
                                      Administration
                                                                Center                    Communications    Management &
                                                                                                               Budget
                                 •   City Manager’s Office                             • Channel 2
                                 •   Internal Auditor                                  • Public Relations
                                 •   Municipal Memberships
                                 •   Legislative Assistance




                                  Office of                                                Emergency
                                                              Emergency                                       Special
                                Environmental                                               Medical
                                                              Management                                      Projects
                                   Quality                                                  Services
                             • Environmental Compliance
                             • Employee Safety




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                                                                                                               Office of the City Manager
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION


                                                             Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                            2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                    $     10,181,538    $    7,739,390    $     7,979,477
        Public Safety                                        2,504,104         1,406,789          1,419,518
                                              Total $       12,685,642    $    9,146,179    $     9,398,995

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $      2,044,217    $      730,000    $     1,251,953
      Grants                                                   180,000           330,000            330,000
      Permits and Fees                                               --                --                 --
      Other Revenue                                              8,036             6,000              6,000
                                              Total $        2,232,253    $    1,066,000    $     1,587,953

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                        $       7,180,089    $    5,281,597    $     5,293,634
        Contracts                                            2,981,542         2,100,244          2,175,608
        Supplies                                               229,578           106,379            101,794
        Equipment                                               22,648                 --                 --
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                      --                --                 --
        Debt Service                                           776,757           777,959            777,959
        Capital Improvements                                 1,495,028           880,000          1,050,000
                                               Total $      12,685,642    $    9,146,179    $     9,398,995

Allocation by Fund
        General                                       $     10,641,425    $    8,416,179    $     8,147,042
        Public Safety Sales Tax                              1,495,028           300,000            300,000
        Convention and Tourism                                 428,945           100,000            100,000
        Capital Improvements                                         --          330,000            750,000
        Youth Employment                                       120,244                 --           101,953
                                              Total $       12,685,642    $    9,146,179    $     9,398,995

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                         96.0              83.0               70.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                   --             (1.0)                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                             (1.5)             (2.0)              (3.0)
                                              Total               94.5              80.0               67.0




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                                                          Office of the City Manager
Office of the City Manager
                                                                 SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                          Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                             Outcome      Programs and Activities                        2008-09          2009-10            2010-11

                             Governance                                             $   10,181,538 $      7,739,390 $       7,979,477

                                       City Manager's Office
                                          City Manager - Administration             $     1,260,408   $    1,282,496    $     1,277,148
                                          Cookingham Fellowship Program                     130,176                --                 --
                                                                             Total $      1,390,584   $    1,282,496    $     1,277,148

                                       311 Action Center
                                          311 Action Center                         $     2,339,257   $    2,134,488    $     2,231,755
                                          311 Technology Debt Service                       776,757          777,959            777,959
                                                                             Total $      3,116,014   $    2,912,447    $     3,009,714

                                       City Communications
                                          Channel 2                                 $       557,614   $     328,542     $      241,375
                                          Media Relations                                   437,922               --           121,225
                                          City-Wide Marketing                               162,770               --                 --
                                                                             Total $      1,158,306   $     328,542     $      362,600

                                       Environmental Compliance
                                         Environmental Compliance                   $      349,314    $      320,900    $      282,906
                                         Keep Kansas City Beautiful                         37,500            50,000                 --
                                         Environmental Inspections                         355,087           422,798           433,506
                                         Building and Property Remediation                       --          250,000           250,000
                                         Environmental Education                           235,550                 --                --
                                                                             Total $       977,451    $    1,043,698    $      966,412

                                       Internal Auditor                             $      142,995    $     125,548     $      140,347

                                       Legislative Assistance
                                          Federal Lobbyist                          $      150,000    $     150,000     $      238,000
                                          State Lobbyist                                   205,060          223,708            223,708
                                                                             Total $       355,060    $     373,708     $      461,708

                                       Municipal Memberships                        $      149,173    $     150,000     $      150,000

                                       Office of Management and Budget
                                          Grant Administration                      $        32,769   $            --   $             --
                                          Office of Management and Budget                 1,441,428        1,342,951          1,335,525
                                                                             Total $      1,474,197   $    1,342,951    $     1,335,525




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                                                                                                            Office of the City Manager
                                    SUMMARY BY OUTCOME
                                                           Actual          Adopted           Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11

          Special Projects
            Black Archives - Mid America          $           90,169   $           --    $            --
            Conference Support                               100,000         100,000            100,000
            Dispute Resolution                               368,551               --                 --
            International Trade Office                       325,035               --                 --
            Sister Cities Program                             24,000               --                 --
            Youth Advocacy Program                           130,098               --           101,953
            Youth Employment                                 259,661               --                 --
            Project Prepare                                  120,244          80,000             74,070
                                             Total $       1,417,758   $     180,000     $      276,023

Public Safety                                     $       2,504,104 $      1,406,789 $       1,419,518

          Emergency Management
            Emergency Management                  $          461,236   $      529,331    $       560,182
            Emergency Operations Center                      365,108          300,000            300,000
            Emergency Preparedness - Grant                   180,000          330,000            330,000
            FCC Rebanding Project                             69,057                --                 --
            SEMA Buffer Zone Grant                           139,785                --                 --
            Interoperability Tech Grant                      990,135                --                 --
                                             Total $       2,205,321   $    1,159,331    $     1,190,182
          Emergency Medical Services
            EMS Oversight                          $        298,783    $     247,458     $      229,336
                                             Total $        298,783    $     247,458     $      229,336


          Department Total                        $      12,685,642 $      9,146,179 $       9,398,995




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                                                               City Manager's Office
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: Administration
                             Outcome: Governance

                             City Manager's Office provides professional leadership and direction in the administration of policies established
                             by the Mayor and City Council and coordinates and supervises the operation of City departments.

                                -   City Manager-Administration                               -       Cookingham Fellowship Program


                                                                                                         Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                             Revenue                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                               Dedicated Tax                                                      $               --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                             --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                                   --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                      --                 --                --
                                                                                      Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                             $      1,188,432     $   1,069,126      $     1,076,070
                                Contracts                                                                  188,287           200,745              188,198
                                Supplies                                                                    13,865            12,625               12,880
                                Equipment                                                                        --                --                   --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                          --                --                   --
                                Debt Service                                                                     --                --                   --
                                                                                      Total $            1,390,584     $   1,282,496      $     1,277,148

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                     $            1,390,584     $   1,282,496      $     1,277,148
                                                                                      Total $            1,390,584     $   1,282,496      $     1,277,148

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                          13.0              15.0                  9.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                                    --                --                   --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                 --                --                   --
                                                                                      Total                   13.0              15.0                  9.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             Six vacant positions are eliminated in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                      311 Action Center




                                                                                                                                Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: 311 Action Center
Outcome: Governance

The Call Center provides an information resource and point of contact for the citizens of Kansas City so that
inquiries about City services can be handled efficiently and appropriately.

   -   311 Action Center                                          -       311 Technology Debt Service


                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                       $               --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                              --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                                    --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                       --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                       --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                              $      1,916,642     $   1,779,626      $    1,882,960
   Contracts                                                                   388,597           332,762             333,995
   Supplies                                                                     21,266            22,100              14,800
   Equipment                                                                    12,752                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                           --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                                776,757           777,959             777,959
                                                        Total $              3,116,014     $   2,912,447      $    3,009,714

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $              3,116,014     $   2,912,447      $    3,009,714
                                                        Total $              3,116,014     $   2,912,447      $    3,009,714

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                           37.0              32.0                32.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                     --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                  --                --                  --
                                                        Total                     37.0              32.0                32.0

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes in the FY 2010-11 Budget. The debt service of $777,959 is the fifth of eight annual
payments to cover the software costs for the Call Center's 311 initiative. The 311 Action Center responds to citizens
60 hours per week from 7 a.m to 7 p.m weekdays.




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                                                               City Communications
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance

                             City Communications provides a variety of communications, public information, and media relations support to the
                             City Council, City departments, and the community.

                                -   Channel 2                                                   -       Media Relations

                                                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                          2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                        $               --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                               --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                                     --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                        --                 --                --
                                                                                        Total $                     --   $             --   $            --

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                               $        988,795     $     293,666      $      248,560
                                Contracts                                                                    152,653            23,710             101,114
                                Supplies                                                                      16,858            11,166              12,926
                                Equipment                                                                          --                --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                            --                --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                                       --                --                  --
                                                                                        Total $            1,158,306     $     328,542      $      362,600

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                       $            1,158,306     $     328,542      $      362,600
                                                                                        Total $            1,158,306     $     328,542      $      362,600

                             Personnel
                               No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                            14.0                7.0                3.0
                               Charges to/from Other Programs                                                      --              (1.0)                 --
                               Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                                   --                 --                 --
                                                                                        Total                   14.0                6.0                3.0

                             Changes to the Budget
                             The FY 2010-11 Budget completes the transformation of the City Communications program. Channel 2 operations
                             will focus on providing coverage of all legislative meetings and hearings. Media Relations will coordinate the flow
                             of information about City services, programs, and events. Maintenance of the City's website and one position
                             transfer to the Information Technology Department.




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                            Environmental Compliance




                                                                                                                          Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of Environmental Quality
Outcome: Governance

Environmental Compliance ensures all City government actions are performed in an environmentally responsible
manner; promotes City policies that encourage the private sector to preserve and enhance the environment and
collaborates with public and private partners on projects that preserve and enhance the environment.

   -   Office of Environmental Quality                         -       Keep Kansas City Beautiful
   -   Environmental Compliance                                -       Building and Property Remediation

                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                         2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $              --   $           --   $      250,000
  Grants                                                                          --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                                --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               8,036            6,000             6,000
                                                       Total $                8,036    $       6,000    $      256,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $        592,914    $     624,157    $      643,472
   Contracts                                                                381,420          163,641            65,740
   Supplies                                                                   3,117            5,900             7,200
   Equipment                                                                      --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                        --               --                --
   Capital Maintenance                                                            --         250,000           250,000
                                                       Total $              977,451    $   1,043,698    $      966,412

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                         $        977,451    $   1,043,698    $      716,412
   Capital Improvement                                                            --               --          250,000
                                                       Total $              977,451    $   1,043,698    $      966,412

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                         8.0              7.0               7.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                  --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                               --               --                --
                                                       Total                    8.0              7.0               7.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the City's ongoing commitment to environmental responsibility. The office
coordinates environmental stewardship among all City departments. The capital maintenance program once
again includes funding of $250,000 for landfill inspection and monitoring program. Funding in the amount of
$50,000 for the Keep Kansas City Beautiful initiative is eliminated in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                                       Internal Auditor
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance

                             The Office of Internal Auditor reports directly to the City Manager and responds to allegations of fraud and selected
                             ordinance violations reported to the City via the hotline or otherwise. Additionally, the Internal Auditor responds to
                             inquiries and requests of the City Manager and assists departments with internal control concerns.

                                                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                     $             --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                          --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                                --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                   --                 --                --
                                                                                         Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                            $     123,470      $      98,581      $      118,477
                                Contracts                                                               18,640             25,567              20,470
                                Supplies                                                                   885              1,400               1,400
                                Equipment                                                                    --                 --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                  --
                                                                                         Total $       142,995      $     125,548      $      140,347

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                        $       142,995      $     125,548      $      140,347
                                                                                         Total $       142,995      $     125,548      $      140,347

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

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                Legislative Assistance




                                                                                                                        Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
Outcome: Governance

The Legislative Assistance Program provides a presence for the City in Jefferson City, Missouri and Washington,
D.C. to ensure that the City's legislative priorities are represented in both capitals.

    - Federal Lobbyist                                           - State Lobbyist


                                                                     Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --               --
                                                        Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $           --     $           --     $           --
   Contracts                                                           355,060            373,708            461,708
   Supplies                                                                  --                 --                 --
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                        Total $        355,060      $     373,708      $     461,708

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $        355,060      $     373,708      $     461,708
                                                        Total $        355,060      $     373,708      $     461,708

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects continued funding in the amount of $223,708 for state legislative activities
and $150,000 for federal activities. Additionally, budgeted funding to manage and coordinate the City's
legislative agenda is included in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                                                            Municipal Memberships
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance

                             The Municipal Memberships program provides budget for the City's memberships and dues in local and national
                             organizations.

                                -   Municipal Memberships

                                                                                                   Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                                  2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                                                      Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                         $           --     $           --     $            --
                                Contracts                                                           149,173            150,000             150,000
                                Supplies                                                                  --                 --                  --
                                Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
                                                                                      Total $       149,173      $     150,000      $      150,000

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                     $       149,173      $     150,000      $      150,000
                                                                                      Total $       149,173      $     150,000      $      150,000

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

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                      Office of Management & Budget




                                                                                                                          Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Office of Management & Budget
Outcome: Governance

Office of Management and Budget provides the City Manager with administrative support and assistance in
preparing and administering the City's budget, as well as, implementing and administering City-wide
management initiatives.



                                                                      Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $     250,000    $      425,930
  Grants                                                                       --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --               --                --
                                                        Total $                --   $     250,000    $      425,930

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $      980,600     $     895,726    $      716,874
   Contracts                                                            490,023           189,025           184,521
   Supplies                                                               3,574             8,200             8,200
   Equipment                                                                  --                --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                       --          250,000           425,930
                                                        Total $       1,474,197     $   1,342,951    $    1,335,525

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $    1,474,197     $   1,092,951    $      909,595
   Capital Improvement                                                        --          250,000           425,930
                                                        Total $       1,474,197     $   1,342,951    $    1,335,525

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    16.0              14.0                 11.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                   --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        (1.5)             (2.0)                (3.0)
                                                        Total              14.5              12.0                  8.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects a reduction of three positions. The reduction of personnel reflects the transfer
of one position to the Finance Department, and the elimination of two vacant positions. One position has been
transferred from City Communications and one additional position is being charged to capital projects. Staffing
and administration of the capital improvement process and the Public Improvements Advisory Committee
receives Capital Improvement funds.




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                                                                    Special Projects
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: City Manager
                             Outcome: Governance

                             The Special Projects program provides support for conference expenses and coordination of ancillary services.


                                                                                                  Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                                 2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                                $      549,189     $     180,000     $      276,023
                               Grants                                                                    --                --                 --
                               Permits and Fees                                                          --                --                 --
                               Other Revenue                                                             --                --                 --
                                                                                    Total $        549,189     $     180,000     $      276,023

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                       $       997,444    $           --    $       99,597
                                Contracts                                                           413,182          100,000            101,956
                                Supplies                                                              7,132                --               400
                                Equipment                                                                 --               --                 --
                                Capital Improvements                                                      --          80,000             74,070
                                                                                    Total $       1,417,758    $     180,000     $      276,023

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                     $       868,569    $           --    $            --
                                Capital Improvement                                                       --          80,000             74,070
                                Convention & Tourism                                                428,945          100,000            100,000
                                Youth Employment                                                    120,244                --           101,953
                                                                                    Total $       1,417,758    $     180,000     $      276,023

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

                             Changes to the Budget
                             Funding for Project Prepare slightly decreases from $80,000 to $74,070 due to reduced sales tax collections.
                             Conference Support funding of $100,000 is provided in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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                             Emergency Management




                                                                                                                    Office of the City Manager
Responsible Division: Emergency Management
Outcome: Public Safety

Emergency Management prepares for, responds to, mitigates against, and recovers from disasters by taking
reasonable and affordable measures so that lives are saved, and private and public property is protected.

   -   Emergency Management


                                                                    Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                                                                   2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $   1,495,028    $     300,000     $      300,000
  Grants                                                             180,000          330,000            330,000
  Permits and Fees                                                         --               --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                            --               --                 --
                                                      Total $      1,675,028    $     630,000     $      630,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     167,852    $      365,909    $      351,535
   Contracts                                                         374,023           448,434           495,729
   Supplies                                                          158,522            44,988            42,918
   Equipment                                                           9,896                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                            --                --                --
   Capital Improvement                                             1,495,028           300,000           300,000
                                                      Total $      2,205,321    $    1,159,331    $    1,190,182

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                     $     710,293    $      859,331    $      890,182
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                         1,495,028           300,000           300,000
                                                      Total $      2,205,321    $    1,159,331    $    1,190,182

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

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes in the FY 2010-11 Budget. The Emergency Management grant for FY 2010-11
has been budgeted at $330,000 and the grant reimburses 50% of the administrative charges incurred by the City
in managing the emergency operations center. The $300,000 of Public Safety Sales tax is provided to upgrade
and maintain the City's emergency operations equipment.




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                                                     Emergency Medical Services
Office of the City Manager
                             Responsible Division: Office of the City Manager
                             Outcome: Public Safety

                             The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Oversight Program provides medical direction for the EMS System.

                                                                                                Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                               2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                             Revenue
                               Dedicated Tax                                               $             --   $             --   $            --
                               Grants                                                                    --                 --                --
                               Permits and Fees                                                          --                 --                --
                               Other Revenue                                                             --                 --                --
                                                                                   Total $               --   $             --   $            --

                             Allocation by Expense Category
                                Salaries and Benefits                                      $     223,940      $     154,806      $      156,089
                                Contracts                                                         70,484             92,652              72,177
                                Supplies                                                           4,359                  --              1,070
                                Equipment                                                              --                 --                  --
                                Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                 --                  --
                                Debt Service                                                           --                 --                  --
                                                                                   Total $       298,783      $     247,458      $      229,336

                             Allocation by Fund
                                General                                                  $       298,783      $     247,458      $      229,336
                                                                                   Total $       298,783      $     247,458      $      229,336

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

                             Changes to the Budget
                             There are no significant changes in the FY 2010-11 Budget.




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        Offices of the Mayor and City Council




                                                                                                      Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Department Purpose Statement
The Offices of the Mayor and City Council provide political leadership for the City of Kansas City,
Missouri.

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




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                                        Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                                          Organization Chart



                                                              Citizens of
                                                              Kansas City




                                                               Mayor &
                                                              City Council
                                                               38.0 FTEs




                                          Office of the                            Office of the
                                             Mayor                                 City Council

                                                                               • Legislative Assistance




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              Offices of the Mayor and City Council




                                                                                                              Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                   SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                           Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                           2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Governance                                 $       3,003,809 $       3,493,727 $       3,274,231
                                             Total $       3,003,809 $       3,493,727 $       3,274,231

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

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                       $      2,464,761 $       2,812,180 $       2,809,821
        Contracts                                            508,242           649,797           432,660
        Supplies                                              29,413            23,750            23,750
        Equipment                                              1,393             8,000             8,000
        Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                    --                --                --
        Debt Service                                               --                --                --
                                              Total $      3,003,809 $       3,493,727 $       3,274,231

Allocation by Fund
        General                                    $       3,003,809 $       3,493,727 $       3,274,231
                                             Total $       3,003,809 $       3,493,727 $       3,274,231

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                       38.0             38.0               38.0
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                 --               --                 --
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                              --               --                 --
                                             Total              38.0             38.0               38.0




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                                                       Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                                                  Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                        Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09          2009-10           2010-11

                                        Governance                                            $   3,003,809 $      3,493,727 $      3,274,231

                                                  Office of the Mayor                         $    1,053,994   $    1,090,324   $     1,088,524

                                                  Office of the City Council
                                                     Office of the City Council               $    1,783,485   $    1,977,585   $     2,006,666
                                                     Council Assistance                              166,330          425,818           179,041
                                                                                       Total $     1,949,815   $    2,403,403   $     2,185,707

                                                  Department Total                            $   3,003,809 $      3,493,727 $      3,274,231




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                                   Office of the Mayor




                                                                                                                       Offices of the Mayor and City Council
Responsible Division: Office of the Mayor
Outcome: Governance

The Mayor provides overall leadership for the City of Kansas City, Missouri by serving as the City's principal
representative and spokesperson.

                                                                     Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --               --                --
                                                        Total $                --   $           --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     830,431      $     879,772    $      873,273
   Contracts                                                           212,841            195,552           200,251
   Supplies                                                             10,722              7,000             7,000
   Equipment                                                                 --             8,000             8,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                --
                                                        Total $      1,053,994      $   1,090,324    $    1,088,524

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $      1,053,994      $   1,090,324    $   1,088,524
                                                        Total $      1,053,994      $   1,090,324    $   1,088,524

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects no significant budget changes in the Office of the Mayor.




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                                                                    Office of the City Council
Offices of the Mayor and City Council
                                        Responsible Division: Office of the City Council
                                        Outcome: Governance

                                        The City Council serves as the City's legislative and policy-making body.

                                            - Office of the City Council                                  - City Council Assistance Office
                                            - Councilmember's Administrative Assistance and
                                               Expenses
                                                                                                              Actual             Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                                              2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
                                        Revenue
                                          Dedicated Tax                                                   $             --   $           --   $            --
                                          Grants                                                                        --               --                --
                                          Permits and Fees                                                              --               --                --
                                          Other Revenue                                                                 --               --                --
                                                                                                  Total $               --   $           --   $            --
                                        Allocation by Expense Category
                                           Salaries and Benefits                                          $   1,634,330      $   1,932,408    $   1,936,548
                                           Contracts                                                            295,401            454,245          232,409
                                           Supplies                                                              18,691             16,750           16,750
                                           Equipment                                                              1,393                  --               --
                                           Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --               --
                                           Debt Service                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                                                  Total $     1,949,815      $   2,403,403    $   2,185,707

                                        Allocation by Fund
                                           General                                                      $     1,949,815      $   2,403,403    $    2,185,707
                                                                                                  Total $     1,949,815      $   2,403,403    $    2,185,707

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

                                        Changes to the Budget
                                        Councilmembers receive a four percent salary adjustment as required by the City Charter. The FY 2010-11
                                        Budget eliminates special project funding in the amount of $250,000.




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                         Parks and Recreation




                                                                                                Parks and Recreation
Department Purpose Statement
The Parks and Recreation Department provides opportunities for recreation, education, and
aesthetically pleasing experiences while conserving and enhancing natural and man-made
environments.

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

Neighborhood Livability - Kansas City is a community of strong, stable, and livable
neighborhoods.

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




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                                       Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation
                                                   Organization Chart


                                                        Citizens of
                                                       Kansas City




                                                        Mayor &
                                                       City Council




                                                       City Manager                     Board of Parks
                                                                                         & Recreation
                                                                                        Commissioners


                                                         Parks &
                                                        Recreation
                                                       Mark McHenry
                                                        310.8 FTEs




                                                                           Park Planning &
                            Administration
                                                                           Design Services
                       •   Marketing                                    • Park Property Maintenance
                       •   SHAPE Program                                • Capital Improvements
                       •   Liberty Memorial                             • Environmental Remediation
                       •   Zoo




                           Natural Resources               Golf              Community
                             Management                                       Services
                       • Boulevards and                                 • Athletics
                         Parkways                                       • Aquatics
                       • Forestry & Conservation                        • Bruce R. Watkins Cultural
                       • Lakeside Nature Center                           Heritage Center
                       • Park Maintenance                               • Community Centers
                         Services                                       • Youth Development
                       • Park Property
                         Maintenance
                       • Urban Right-of-Way
                         Mowing




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                                                                                                              Parks and Recreation
                                    SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                              Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                             2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
        Neighborhood Livability                        $     23,246,504   $   25,079,149   $    20,181,074
        Healthy Community                                    24,696,435       21,583,064        20,982,026
        Public Infrastructure                                15,984,160        6,340,563         5,099,195
                                               Total $       63,927,099   $   53,002,776   $    46,262,295

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                    $     29,402,634 $     16,501,629   $    14,702,488
      Grants                                                          --         100,000           100,000
      Permits and Fees                                        9,823,672        9,329,850         9,182,774
      Other Revenue                                             265,235          463,600           469,767
                                               Total $       39,491,541 $     26,395,079   $    24,455,029

Allocation by Expense Category
        Salaries and Benefits                          $     17,836,645 $     15,711,487   $    15,054,606
        Contracts                                            15,962,673       16,521,457        17,015,854
        Supplies                                              1,711,825        1,584,768         1,478,191
        Equipment                                                     --          22,500           302,500
        Debt Service                                          3,861,822        3,768,296         3,770,871
        Capital Improvements and Maintenance                 24,554,134       15,394,268         8,640,273
                                               Total $       63,927,099 $     53,002,776   $    46,262,295

Allocation by Fund
        General                                        $      8,016,384   $   15,231,581 $       8,697,043
        Park Maintenance                                     17,578,255       16,707,339        16,969,904
        Boulevard Maintenance                                 1,352,833        2,062,761         1,726,779
        Golf Operations                                       6,035,323        6,313,510         6,279,423
        Infrastructure and Maintenance                        4,186,964                --                --
        Public Safety Sales Tax                                 755,689                --                --
        Community Centers                                     6,634,171        6,435,217         6,449,863
        Arterial Impact Fee                                     686,362                --                --
        Capital Improvements                                 18,427,993        5,839,268         5,704,913
        Liberty Memorial Endowment Trust                        253,125          413,100           434,370
                                               Total $       63,927,099   $   53,002,776 $      46,262,295

Personnel
    No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                        398.9            386.3              310.8
    Charges to/from Other Programs                                25.5             24.0               12.0
    Less: Charges to Capital Projects                            (25.5)           (24.0)             (12.0)
                                               Total             398.9            386.3              310.8




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Parks and Recreation
                                                           SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                     Actual        Adopted         Submitted
                       Outcome     Programs and Activities                          2008-09        2009-10          2010-11

                       Neighborhood Livability                                 $   23,246,504 $    25,079,149 $    20,181,074

                                 Administration
                                   Accounting and Procurement Services     $           837,151 $       777,072 $       698,872
                                   Administration                                      700,847         606,869         817,217
                                   Marketing                                           409,268         311,270         310,502
                                   Park Inspection Program                             127,638          70,273          68,204
                                                                     Total $         2,074,904 $     1,765,484 $     1,894,795

                                 Park Maintenance Services
                                   Park Capital Maintenance                    $       604,258 $     1,300,000 $     1,500,000
                                   Park Landscaping                                    266,781               --              --
                                   Park Maintenance                                  8,354,760       9,450,371       9,229,741
                                   Park Mowing                                         501,607               --              --
                                   Playground Equipment                                    825         400,000         300,000
                                   Vehicle & Equipment Purchases                     1,427,725       1,336,645       1,336,645
                                                                        Total $     11,155,956 $    12,487,016 $    12,366,386

                                 Park Planning and Design Services
                                   Engineering and Planning                    $     1,079,358 $            -- $       466,068
                                   Recreation Access Grant                             121,332        105,000                --
                                                                        Total $      1,200,690 $      105,000 $        466,068

                                 Park Property Maintenance
                                   Brush Creek Maintenance                  $        1,118,242 $     1,158,733 $     1,127,571
                                   Fountain Maintenance and Restoration                114,435         250,000         353,000
                                   Park Facility Maintenance                         1,664,694       1,606,992       1,773,254
                                   Lake Restoration Program                                  --        850,000         200,000
                                   Park Facility Improvements                          367,285       1,105,000       1,200,000
                                   Parks Roads and Parking Lots                         89,030         950,000         500,000
                                                                      Total $        3,353,686 $     5,920,725 $     5,153,825


                                 Neighborhood Livability Capital Imp.          $     5,461,268 $     4,800,924 $       300,000

                       Healthy Community                                       $   24,696,435 $    21,583,064 $    20,982,026

                                 Aquatics
                                   Swimming Pool Maintenance                   $       136,067 $     1,000,000 $       500,000
                                   Swimming Pool Operations                          1,032,404       1,192,431       1,277,127
                                                                        Total $      1,168,471 $     2,192,431 $     1,777,127




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                                                                                                            Parks and Recreation
                                     SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                 Actual        Adopted        Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                            2008-09        2009-10         2010-11

Healthy Community (continued)

          Athletics
             Operations                              $            174,103 $      249,753 $       249,016
             Ball Field Renovation                                               350,000         125,000
                                               Total $            174,103 $      599,753 $       374,016

          Community Centers
            Brush Creek Community Center            $              347,014 $      362,720 $       397,724
            Community Center Debt Service                        1,861,539      1,864,632       1,862,882
            Community Center Maintenance                         1,232,679        500,000         500,000
            Garrison Community Center                              146,469        153,427         167,881
            Gregg-Klice Community Center                           606,974        625,407         656,699
            Hillcrest Community Center                             301,156        332,709         298,755
            Kansas City North Community Center                     298,128        253,147         267,131
            Line Creek Community Center                            585,161        625,376         660,189
            Marlborough Community Center                           187,828        207,944         187,757
            Southeast Community Center                             457,806        789,290         711,773
            Tony Aguirre Community Center                          414,021        496,581         502,914
            Westport-Roanoke Community Center                      195,396        223,984         236,158
                                              Total $            6,634,171 $    6,435,217 $     6,449,863

          Cultural Facilities and Activities
            Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Arts Center     $           344,557 $      258,271 $       269,159
            Cultural Activities                                   111,368        116,637         113,742
            Loose Park Gardens                                    208,418        220,179         221,648
            Garden Center Building                                 55,368         56,580          57,087
                                                Total $           719,711 $      651,667 $       661,636

          Golf Course Operations
            Blue River                               $             728,904 $      699,574 $       671,030
            Hodge Park                                             907,437        929,167         922,706
            Hodge Park Debt                                        537,585        537,455         541,780
            Golf Course Renovation                                 101,190        250,000         250,000
            Golf Administrative Services                            96,468        146,290         125,692
            Golf Equipment Leases                                   34,973         29,564          29,564
            Minor Park                                             920,352        868,689         941,571
            Swope Memorial                                       1,142,375      1,133,831       1,178,140
            Shoal Creek                                          1,566,039      1,718,940       1,618,940
                                               Total $           6,035,323 $    6,313,510 $     6,279,423

          Lakeside Nature Center                     $            452,260 $      446,921 $       381,111

          Liberty Memorial                           $            883,566 $      625,000 $       625,000




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Parks and Recreation
                                                             SUMMARY BY OUTCOME


                                                                                       Actual         Adopted         Submitted
                       Outcome      Programs and Activities                           2008-09         2009-10          2010-11

                       Healthy Community (continued)

                                 Plaza Tennis Center Operations                  $      158,373 $        172,750 $        15,000

                                 Youth Services                                  $      367,411 $        400,000 $       361,379

                                 Zoo
                                   Zoo Capital Maintenance                       $             -- $       150,000 $       250,000
                                   Zoo Operations                                      4,000,001        3,107,471       3,107,471
                                                                          Total $      4,000,001 $      3,257,471 $     3,357,471
                                 Healthy Community
                                 Capital Improvements                            $     4,103,045 $       488,344 $       700,000

                       Public Infrastructure                                     $   15,984,160 $      6,340,563 $     5,099,195

                                 Boulevards and Parkways
                                   Boulevard Maintenance                         $     1,859,082 $      2,062,761 $     1,726,779
                                   Boulevard Streetscape Maintenance                           --         350,000         100,000
                                   Bruce R. Watkins Drive                                495,532          500,000         250,000
                                                                          Total $      2,354,614 $      2,912,761 $     2,076,779

                                 Tree Service
                                    Parks & Blvd Tree Service                    $     1,686,720 $      1,423,226 $     1,377,447
                                    Right-of-Way Mowing                                  605,136          604,576         519,969
                                    Tree Trimming                                      1,074,946        1,000,000       1,000,000
                                                                          Total $      3,366,802 $      3,027,802 $     2,897,416

                                 Public Infrastructure Capital Improve.          $    10,262,744 $       400,000 $       125,000

                                 Department Total                                $   63,927,099 $     53,002,776 $    46,262,295




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                                          Administration




                                                                                                                         Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Administration
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

The Administration Division provides effective implementation of the policies of the Board of Parks and Recreation
Commissioners, effectively administers the fiscal functions of the Department and promotes the Department's
various programs so that it operates in an efficient and effective manner.

    - Administration                                             - Marketing
    - Accounting and Procurement Services                        - Park Inspection Program


                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   1,865,183      $   1,553,315      $    1,683,025
   Contracts                                                           196,998            200,369             196,918
   Supplies                                                             12,723             11,800              14,852
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
                                                        Total $      2,074,904      $   1,765,484      $    1,894,795

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                           $      2,074,904      $   1,765,484      $    1,894,795
                                                        Total $      2,074,904      $   1,765,484      $    1,894,795

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   25.0               25.0                22.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                        Total             25.0               25.0                22.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates four vacant positions. One position was transferred from the Engineering
and Planning program during FY 2009-10.




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                                                  Park Maintenance Services
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
                       Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                       Park Maintenance Services maintains and beautifies park properties and other public properties by means of tree
                       and shrub plantings and maintenance, pesticide applications, and special event displays.

                           - Park Maintenance                                        - Vehicle and Equipment Lease
                           - Park Mowing                                             - Playground Equipment
                           - Park Capital Maintenance


                                                                                           Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                          2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $    6,661,096     $    6,484,100    $    6,674,162
                         Grants                                                                   --                 --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                 1,473,179          1,542,000         1,457,474
                         Other Revenue                                                       10,660             28,000            15,000
                                                                              Total $     8,144,935     $    8,054,100    $    8,146,636

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $    6,069,228     $    6,128,284    $    5,964,605
                          Contracts                                                       2,451,386          2,753,437         2,732,086
                          Supplies                                                          603,359            568,650           533,050
                          Equipment                                                               --                 --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                --
                          Debt Service                                                    1,427,725          1,336,645         1,336,645
                          Capital Maintenance                                               604,258          1,700,000         1,800,000
                                                                              Total $    11,155,956     $   12,487,016    $   12,366,386

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $        6,478     $    3,036,645    $    1,988,105
                          Park Maintenance                                                9,117,495          9,450,371         9,229,741
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                  2,031,983                  --                --
                          Capital Improvements                                                    --                 --        1,148,540
                                                                              Total $    11,155,956     $   12,487,016    $   12,366,386

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 125.8             124.1             112.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --              0.2                 --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                                                               125.8             124.3             112.0

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces the number of times that parks will be mowed from 14 to 10 and eliminates
                       eight vacant positions. Capital maintenance funding in the amount of $200,000 is allocated for salaries.




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                  Park Planning and Design Services




                                                                                                                        Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning and Design Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

Park Planning and Design Services provides responsive professional capital project planning and conservation of
the City's natural environment.

    - Engineering and Planning

                                                                     Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                    2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $             --   $             --   $           --
  Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                       Total $                --   $             --   $           --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $     998,366      $           --     $     386,468
   Contracts                                                          176,601            105,000             59,300
   Supplies                                                            25,723                  --            20,300
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                 --
   Debt Service                                                             --                 --                 --
                                                       Total $      1,200,690      $     105,000      $     466,068

Allocation by Fund
   Park Maintenance                                          $      1,200,690      $     105,000      $     466,068
                                                       Total $      1,200,690      $     105,000      $     466,068

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                  26.0               25.0                18.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --              (1.0)                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                     (25.5)             (24.0)              (12.0)
                                                       Total              0.5                  --                6.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates seven vacant positions. Funding for six positions remains in the Park
Maintenance Fund instead of being charged to capital projects.




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                                                  Park Property Maintenance
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
                       Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                       The Park Property Maintenance Program provides infrastructure maintenance to all public buildings under the
                       jurisdiction of the Parks and Recreation Department.

                           - Park Facility Maintenance                               - Parks Building Lease Payment
                           - Park Facility Improvements                              - Fountain Maintenance and Restoration
                           - Parks Roads and Parking Lots

                                                                                           Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                          2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $     1,583,547
                         Grants                                                                     --                 --                 --
                         Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                 --
                         Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                                             Total $                --   $             --   $     1,583,547

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $    1,890,692      $   1,828,857      $     1,983,341
                          Contracts                                                         564,430            766,268              686,995
                          Supplies                                                          327,814            170,600              230,489
                          Equipment                                                               --                 --                   --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                   --
                          Debt Service                                                            --                 --                   --
                          Capital Maintenance                                               570,750          3,155,000            2,253,000
                                                                             Total $      3,353,686      $   5,920,725      $     5,153,825

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $            --     $   3,155,000      $       669,453
                          Park Maintenance                                                2,782,936          2,765,725            2,900,825
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                    570,750                  --                   --
                          Capital Improvements                                                    --                 --           1,583,547
                                                                             Total $      3,353,686      $   5,920,725      $     5,153,825

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                 36.0               35.0                 31.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --              (0.2)                   --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                   --
                                                                             Total             36.0               34.8                 31.0

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates four vacant positions and reduces capital maintenance funding for lake
                       restoration and park roads.




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                                Capital Improvements




                                                                                                            Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
Outcome: Neighborhood Livability


                                                             Actual          Adopted          Submitted
Revenue                                                     2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
     Dedicated Tax                                      $   5,461,268    $   4,800,924    $      300,000
     Grants                                                         --               --                --
     Permits and Fees                                               --               --                --
     Other Revenue                                                  --               --                --
                                                Total $     5,461,268    $   4,800,924    $      300,000

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                             $           --   $           --   $            --
      Contracts                                                     --               --                --
      Supplies                                                      --               --                --
      Equipment                                                     --               --                --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                       --               --                --
      Debt Service                                                  --               --                --
      Capital Improvements                                  5,461,268        4,800,924           300,000
                                                Total $     5,461,268    $   4,800,924    $      300,000

Allocation by Projects
   Neighborhood Conservation
      Council District 1                                $     807,856    $     250,000    $            --
      Council District 2                                      936,792          525,000                 --
      Council District 3                                      336,795        1,326,119                 --
      Council District 4                                      658,020          671,805                 --
      Council District 5                                      527,837        1,100,000                 --
      Council District 6                                      793,344          928,000                 --
                                                Total $     4,060,644    $   4,800,924    $            --

  City-wide Projects
     Amity Woods Trail                                  $      70,000    $           --   $            --
     Asbestos Removal                                          52,871                --                --
     Brush Creek                                               12,375                --                --
     Brookside Park                                            57,580                --                --
     Bryams Ford Battle Field                                  12,406                --                --
     Chelsea Park                                             173,188                --                --
     Indian Creek Greenway                                    200,343                --                --
     Iser Park                                                112,520                --                --
     Ivanhoe Park                                               4,734                --                --
     Kessler Park                                               4,133                --                --
     Observation Park                                         411,739                --                --
     Platte Purchase Park                                     243,518                --          300,000
     Southern Hills                                            13,922                --                --
     Spring Valley Park                                        29,909                --                --
     Tiffany Springs Park                                       1,386                --                --
                                                Total $     1,400,624    $           --   $      300,000




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                                                       Capital Improvements
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
                       Outcome: Neighborhood Livability

                                                                                           Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                          2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
                       Allocation by Fund
                             Capital Improvements                                  $      5,461,268     $   4,800,924    $     300,000
                                                                             Total $      5,461,268     $   4,800,924    $     300,000

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     --               --               --
                          Charges to/from Other Programs                                          6.5            21.2              1.5
                          Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --               --               --
                                                                             Total               6.5             21.2              1.5

                       Changes to the Budget
                       Neighborhood Conservation project allocations are yet to be determined.




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                                               Aquatics




                                                                                                                       Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Aquatics Program provides city-wide recreational activities that promote health and well-being and improve the
quality-of-life for citizens.

    - Swimming Pool Maintenance                                  - Swimming Pools
    - Tiffany Springs Aquatic Center                             - Spraygrounds
    - Junior Pools

                                                                      Actual            Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $           --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --               --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --           7,500                 --
                                                       Total $                 --   $       7,500    $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     384,339      $     524,984    $      134,526
   Contracts                                                           538,104            577,471         1,081,901
   Supplies                                                            109,961             89,976            60,700
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                --
   Capital Maintenance                                                 136,067          1,000,000           500,000
                                                       Total $       1,168,471      $   2,192,431    $    1,777,127

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $         173      $   1,000,000    $       52,174
   Park Maintenance                                                  1,032,231          1,192,431         1,277,127
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                      136,067                  --                --
   Capital Improvements                                                      --                 --          447,826
                                                       Total $       1,168,471      $   2,192,431    $    1,777,127

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   23.3               23.3               6.2
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                --
                                                       Total              23.3               23.3               6.2

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget reflects the outsourcing of swimming pool management during FY 2009-10. Capital
maintenance funding is reduced by $500,000.




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                                                                       Athletics
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
                       Outcome: Healthy Community

                       The Athletics Program provides citizens with recreational activities and promotes health and well-being among all
                       residents of the City.

                           - North Region Athletics                                    - South Region Athletics
                           - Central Region Athletics                                  - Ball Field renovation

                                                                                            Actual           Adopted             Submitted
                                                                                           2008-09           2009-10              2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --   $              --   $           --
                         Grants                                                                     --                  --               --
                         Permits and Fees                                                      73,083              72,250           69,000
                         Other Revenue                                                              --                  --               --
                                                                               Total $         73,083    $         72,250    $      69,000

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                        $     104,350     $        150,502    $     152,729
                          Contracts                                                           54,154               67,315           73,487
                          Supplies                                                            15,599               31,936           22,800
                          Equipment                                                                --                   --               --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                   --               --
                          Debt Service                                                             --                   --               --
                          Capital Maintenance                                                      --             350,000          125,000
                                                                               Total $       174,103     $        599,753    $     374,016

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                      $           --    $        350,000    $     125,000
                          Park Maintenance                                                   174,103              249,753          249,016
                                                                               Total $       174,103     $        599,753    $     374,016

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                    4.1                 3.1              3.1
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                  --               --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                  --               --
                                                                               Total              4.1                 3.1              3.1

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces capital maintenance funding for ballfield renovation by $225,000.




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                                  Community Centers




                                                                                                                     Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Community Centers Program offers year-round, highly organized, and diversified leisure programs through
clinics, leagues, tournaments, instructional classes, and special events for individuals and groups.

    -   Brush Creek Community Center                           -   Marlborough Community Center
    -   Garrison Community Center                              -   Southeast Community Center
    -   Gregg-Klice Community Center                           -   Tony Aguirre Community Center
    -   Hillcrest Community Center                             -   Westport-Roanoke Community Center
    -   Kansas City North Community Center                     -   Community Center Debt Service
    -   Line Creek Community Center                            -   Community Center Maintenance
    -   Lykins Community Center

                                                                      Actual          Adopted          Submitted
                                                                     2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                $     2,210,429    $   2,115,500    $    2,193,000
  Grants                                                                     --               --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                   1,020,612        1,139,600         1,163,900
  Other Revenue                                                              --               --           11,667
                                                      Total $        3,231,041    $   3,255,100    $    3,368,567

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                       $     2,602,901    $   2,755,264    $    2,667,748
   Contracts                                                           745,987          973,273         1,078,135
   Supplies                                                            191,065          342,048           341,098
   Equipment                                                                 --               --                --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --               --                --
   Debt Service                                                      1,861,539        1,864,632         1,862,882
   Capital Maintenance                                               1,232,679          500,000           500,000
                                                      Total $        6,634,171    $   6,435,217    $    6,449,863

Allocation by Fund
   Community Centers                                                 6,634,171        6,435,217         6,449,863
                                                      Total $        6,634,171    $   6,435,217    $    6,449,863

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   69.4             73.5              70.2
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --               --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --               --                --
                                                      Total               69.4             73.5              70.2

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates 3.3 positions.




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                                             Cultural Facilities and Activities
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
                       Outcome: Healthy Community

                       The Cultural Facilities and Activities Program provides the community with programs and facilities that promote
                       individual expression and participant enjoyment.

                           - Loose Park Gardens                                        - Cultural Activities
                           - Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Arts Center                     - Garden Center Building


                                                                                            Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                           2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                 $            --   $            --    $           --
                         Grants                                                                     --          100,000           100,000
                         Permits and Fees                                                     140,865            98,000           113,500
                         Other Revenue                                                              --           15,000            15,000
                                                                               Total $        140,865    $      213,000     $     228,500

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                        $      473,150    $      397,933     $     402,868
                          Contracts                                                           216,904           225,063           227,946
                          Supplies                                                             29,657            28,671            30,822
                          Equipment                                                                 --                --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                --
                          Debt Service                                                              --                --                --
                                                                               Total $        719,711    $      651,667     $     661,636

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                      $      344,557    $      258,271     $     269,159
                          Park Maintenance                                                    375,154           393,396           392,477
                                                                               Total $        719,711    $      651,667     $     661,636

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   11.0                9.0                 8.0
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
                          Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                  --
                                                                               Total             11.0                9.0                 8.0

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates one vacant position.




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                                Golf Course Operations




                                                                                                                         Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Recreation
Outcome: Healthy Community

Golf Operations provides city-wide recreational activities that promote health and well-being and improve the
quality-of-life for citizens.

    -   Blue River (Heart of America) Golf Course                -   Golf Course Renovation
    -   Hodge Park Golf Course                                   -   Golf Administration Support
    -   Hodge Park Debt Service                                  -   Minor Park
    -   Golf Equipment Leases                                    -   Swope Memorial
                                                                 -   Shoal Creek

                                                                        Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                       2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $              --   $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                                        --               --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                      6,264,366        6,313,900          6,313,900
  Other Revenue                                                                 --               --                 --
                                                        Total $         6,264,366    $   6,313,900     $    6,313,900

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $        596,850    $     543,537     $       86,931
   Contracts                                                            4,662,534        4,812,737          5,053,596
   Supplies                                                               102,191          117,717             15,052
   Equipment                                                                    --          22,500            302,500
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                           572,558          567,019            571,344
   Capital Maintenance                                                    101,190          250,000            250,000
                                                        Total $         6,035,323    $   6,313,510     $    6,279,423

Allocation by Fund
   Golf Operations                                            $         6,035,323    $   6,313,510     $    6,279,423
                                                        Total $         6,035,323    $   6,313,510     $    6,279,423

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                      23.0              23.0               2.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                                --                --                --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                --                --
                                                        Total                23.0              23.0               2.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates 21 positions due to the outsourcing of all golf operations during FY 2009-10.




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                                        Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: South Region
                       Outcome: Healthy Community

                       Lakeside Nature Center/Swope Park provides the community with programs in Swope Park that promote
                       education and participant enjoyment.

                                                                                         Actual          Adopted         Submitted
                                                                                        2008-09          2009-10          2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                              $          --    $          --   $           --
                         Grants                                                                --               --               --
                         Permits and Fees                                                 42,949           49,000           65,000
                         Other Revenue                                                     1,450                --               --
                                                                            Total $       44,399     $     49,000    $      65,000

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                     $    353,006     $    345,955    $     261,335
                          Contracts                                                       73,999           77,677           92,386
                          Supplies                                                        25,255           23,289           27,390
                          Equipment                                                            --               --               --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                              --               --               --
                          Debt Service                                                         --               --               --
                                                                            Total $      452,260     $    446,921    $     381,111

                       Allocation by Fund
                          Park Maintenance                                        $      452,260     $    446,921    $     381,111
                                                                            Total $      452,260     $    446,921    $     381,111

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                7.8             7.8              5.8
                         Charges to/from Other Programs                                         --              --               --
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                      --              --               --
                                                                            Total             7.8             7.8              5.8

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates two vacant positions.




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                                      Liberty Memorial




                                                                                                                        Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
Outcome: Healthy Community

The Liberty Memorial provides public education that emphasizes the importance of regional and national history.

    - Liberty Memorial Operations


                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $          --      $           --     $           --
  Grants                                                                    --                  --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                          --                  --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                       253,125             413,100            413,100
                                                       Total $        253,125       $     413,100      $     413,100

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $          --      $          --      $           --
   Contracts                                                          878,160            625,000             625,000
   Supplies                                                                 --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                 --                  --
   Capital Improvements                                                 5,406                  --                  --
                                                       Total $        883,566       $    625,000       $     625,000

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $    625,035       $    211,900       $     190,630
   Capital Improvements                                                 5,406                  --                  --
   Liberty Memorial Trust                                             253,125            413,100             434,370
                                                       Total $        883,566       $    625,000       $     625,000

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

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget allocates an additional $21,270 from the Liberty Memorial Trust fund to the operation
and maintenance of the Memorial. This allocation produces a savings in the General Fund.




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                                              Plaza Tennis Center Operations
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Recreation
                       Outcome: Healthy Community

                       Tennis Court Operations provides recreational activities for individuals and groups in the City that wish to use the
                       tennis facilities.


                                                                                              Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                                             2008-09            2009-10            2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                                  $            --     $           --    $            --
                         Grants                                                                      --                 --                 --
                         Permits and Fees                                                      122,256            115,100                  --
                         Other Revenue                                                               --                 --            15,000
                                                                                Total $        122,256      $     115,100     $       15,000

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                         $       97,451      $      92,758     $            --
                          Contracts                                                             53,997             66,709             15,000
                          Supplies                                                               6,925             13,283                  --
                          Equipment                                                                  --                 --                 --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                 --                 --
                          Debt Service                                                               --                 --                 --
                                                                                Total $        158,373      $     172,750     $       15,000

                       Allocation by Fund
                          Park Maintenance                                            $        158,373      $     172,750     $       15,000
                                                                                Total $        158,373      $     172,750     $       15,000

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

                       Changes to the Budget
                       Management of the Plaza Tennis Center was privatized during FY 2009-10. The City retains responsibility for
                       all utilities as part of the agreement with the management company and is reimbursed for these costs.




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                                          Youth Services




                                                                                                                         Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
Outcome: Healthy Community

Youth Services provides area youth with organized activities where they can have safe places to go during their
leisure time.

    - Mayor's Night Hoops and Night Kicks                        - North Region Youth Programming
    - South Region Youth Programming                             - Central Region Youth Programming

                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $     134,890      $    122,925       $      86,574
   Contracts                                                           185,834           226,365             224,094
   Supplies                                                             46,687            50,710              50,711
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                  --
                                                        Total $        367,411      $    400,000       $     361,379

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $        367,411      $     400,000      $     361,379
                                                        Total $        367,411      $     400,000      $     361,379

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                     7.5               7.5                 7.5
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                  --
                                                        Total               7.5               7.5                 7.5

Changes to the Budget
There are no significant changes to the FY 2010-11 Budget. The Mayor's Night Hoops and Night Kicks programs
receive $125,000 once again in FY 2010-11.




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                                                                          Zoo
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Youth & Cultural Activities
                       Outcome: Healthy Community

                       The Zoo provides public programming and education that emphasizes the importance of science and seeing
                       non-native animals in their natural habitats.

                           - Zoo Operations                                         - Zoo Improvements


                                                                                         Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                        2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                              $             --   $    150,000       $     150,000
                         Grants                                                                   --              --                  --
                         Permits and Fees                                                         --              --                  --
                         Other Revenue                                                            --              --                  --
                                                                            Total $               --   $    150,000       $     150,000

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                     $     704,114      $           --     $            --
                          Contracts                                                     3,295,887          3,107,471           3,107,471
                          Supplies                                                              --                 --                  --
                          Equipment                                                             --                 --                  --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                               --                 --                  --
                          Debt Service                                                          --                 --                  --
                          Capital Maintenance                                                   --           150,000             250,000
                                                                            Total $     4,000,001      $   3,257,471      $    3,357,471

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                   $   4,000,001      $   3,107,471      $    3,207,471
                          Capital Improvements                                                  --           150,000             150,000
                                                                            Total $     4,000,001      $   3,257,471      $    3,357,471

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

                       Changes to the Budget
                       Funding for zoo operations remains the same in the FY 2010-11 Budget. Capital maintenance funding increases
                       by $100,000 to $250,000.




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                               Capital Improvements




                                                                                                             Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
Outcome: Healthy Community


                                                              Actual          Adopted          Submitted
Revenue                                                      2008-09          2009-10           2010-11
     Dedicated Tax                                       $   4,093,045    $     488,344    $      700,000
     Grants                                                          --               --                --
     Permits and Fees                                                --               --                --
     Other Revenue                                                   --               --                --
                                                Total $      4,093,045    $     488,344    $      700,000

Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                              $           --   $           --   $            --
      Contracts                                                      --               --                --
      Supplies                                                       --               --                --
      Equipment                                                      --               --                --
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                        --               --                --
      Debt Service                                                   --               --                --
      Capital Improvements                                   4,103,045          488,344           700,000
                                                Total $      4,103,045    $     488,344    $      700,000

Allocation by Projects
   Cultural Facilities
      Black Archives                                  $      2,008,549    $           --   $            --
                                                Total $      2,008,549    $           --   $            --

   Recreation
     Longview Site Athletic Fields                       $      10,000    $     244,172    $            --
     Northeast Community Center Site                                 --         244,172           700,000
     Platte County - THP Athletic Center                           998                --                --
     Southeast Community Center                                755,912                --                --
     Tiffany Hills Sports Complex                            1,327,586                --                --
                                                Total $      2,094,496    $     488,344    $      700,000

Allocation by Fund
      General Fund                                       $      10,000    $           --   $            --
      Capital Improvements                                   4,093,045          488,344           700,000
                                                Total $      4,103,045    $     488,344    $      700,000

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




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                                                    Boulevard and Parkways
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: North, Central, South Region
                       Outcome: Public Infrastructure

                       The Boulevards and Parkways Program maintains the City's boulevards and parkways, sustaining a city-wide
                       system of scenic corridors linking a variety of urban amenities.

                           - Boulevard Maintenance                                   - Bruce R. Watkins Drive
                           - Boulevard Streetscape Maintenance

                                                                                          Actual           Adopted          Submitted
                                                                                         2008-09           2009-10           2010-11
                       Revenue
                         Dedicated Tax                                               $   1,400,414     $   2,062,761    $    1,976,779
                         Grants                                                                  --                --                --
                         Permits and Fees                                                        --                --                --
                         Other Revenue                                                           --                --                --
                                                                             Total $     1,400,414     $   2,062,761    $    1,976,779

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                          Salaries and Benefits                                      $     185,597     $     138,233    $      140,192
                          Contracts                                                      1,121,144         1,139,090         1,055,487
                          Supplies                                                          46,092            35,438            43,827
                          Equipment                                                              --                --                --
                          Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                --                --                --
                          Debt Service                                                           --                --                --
                          Capital Maintenance                                            1,001,781         1,600,000           837,273
                                                                             Total $     2,354,614     $   2,912,761    $    2,076,779

                       Allocation by Fund
                          General                                                    $     495,532     $     850,000    $      100,000
                          Boulevard Maintenance                                          1,352,833         2,062,761         1,726,779
                          Infrastructure and Maintenance                                   458,668                 --                --
                          Capital Improvements                                              47,581                 --          250,000
                                                                             Total $     2,354,614     $   2,912,761    $    2,076,779

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

                       Changes to the Budget
                       The FY 2010-11 Budget reduces the number of times that boulevards will be mowed from 18 to 14. Capital
                       maintenance funding for Bruce R. Watkins Drive, boulevard streetscaping and boulevard reconstruction is
                       reduced by $762,727.




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              Right-of-Way Tree Trimming and Mowing




                                                                                                                          Parks and Recreation
Responsible Division: Landscaping
Outcome: Public Infrastructure

The Tree Service Program provides timely and beneficial technical and support services in order to maintain a safe
and healthy urban forest.

       - Parks & Blvd Tree Services                              - Tree Trimming
   -     Right-of-Way Mowing


                                                                      Actual            Adopted            Submitted
Revenue                                                              2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $     1,000,000
  Grants                                                                       --                 --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                 --
                                                       Total $                 --   $             --   $     1,000,000

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   1,376,528      $   1,128,940      $     1,104,264
   Contracts                                                           746,554            798,212              706,052
   Supplies                                                            168,774            100,650               87,100
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                   --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                   --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                   --
   Capital Maintenance                                               1,074,946          1,000,000            1,000,000
                                                       Total $       3,366,802      $   3,027,802      $     2,897,416

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $   2,167,197      $   2,862,294      $     1,733,672
   Park Maintenance                                                    210,109            165,508              163,744
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                      989,496                  --                   --
   Capital Improvements                                                      --                 --           1,000,000
                                                       Total $       3,366,802      $   3,027,802      $     2,897,416

Personnel
  No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                   28.0               26.0                 23.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                   --
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                 --                   --
                                                       Total              28.0               26.0                 23.0

Changes to the Budget
The FY 2010-11 Budget eliminates three vacant positions and transfers operational costs for the rural mowing
program to Public Works.




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                                                       Capital Improvements
Parks and Recreation
                       Responsible Division: Park Planning & Design Services
                       Outcome: Public Infrastructure


                                                                                       Actual          Adopted           Submitted
                       Revenue                                                        2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
                            Dedicated Tax                                        $    9,576,382    $     400,000     $      125,000
                            Grants                                                            --               --                 --
                            Permits and Fees                                            686,362                --                 --
                            Other Revenue                                                     --               --                 --
                                                                         Total $     10,262,744    $     400,000     $      125,000

                       Allocation by Expense Category
                             Salaries and Benefits                               $            --   $           --    $            --
                             Contracts                                                        --               --                 --
                             Supplies                                                         --               --                 --
                             Equipment                                                        --               --                 --
                             Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --               --                 --
                             Debt Service                                                     --               --                 --
                             Capital Improvements                                    10,262,744          400,000            125,000
                                                                         Total $     10,262,744    $     400,000     $      125,000

                       Allocation by Projects
                             18th and Vine                                       $      110,612    $           --    $            --
                             Centennial Pkwy-Choutaeu Trafficway                        565,051                --                 --
                             Cliff Drive Restoration                                    572,475                --                 --
                             Englewood Parkway Design                                    21,801                --                 --
                             Independence Corridor                                        8,598                --                 --
                             Municipal Service Center West                                    --         400,000            125,000
                             Maplewood Parkway                                        3,371,738                --                 --
                             Northland Boulevard Study                                   42,496                --                 --
                             Shoal Creek Parkway                                      5,563,013                --                 --
                             Swope Parkway Water Improvement                              6,960                --                 --
                                                                         Total $     10,262,744    $     400,000     $      125,000

                       Allocation by Fund
                             Public Safety Sales Tax                             $      755,689    $           --    $            --
                             Arterial Impact Fee                                        686,362                --                 --
                             Capital Improvements                                     8,820,693          400,000            125,000
                                                                         Total $     10,262,744    $     400,000     $      125,000

                       Personnel
                         No. of Full Time Equivalent Positions                                --                --                 --
                          Charges to/from Other Programs                                    19.0              3.8                0.5
                         Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                    --                --                 --
                                                                         Total             19.0               3.8                0.5




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                                           Police




Department Purpose Statement
                                                                                                         Police
The Police Department protects life and property, preserves the public peace, prevents crime,
and reduces fear and disorder in partnership with the community.

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




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                                                     Police
Police
                                               Organization Chart



                                                      Citizens of                                    Governor of
                                                      Kansas City                                     Missouri




                                                       Mayor &
                                                      City Council




                                                     City Manager
                                                                                                     Board of
                                                                                                      Police
                                                                                                   Commissioners

                                                         Police
                                                       Jim Corwin
                                                      2,170.0 FTEs




                             Executive         Administration                                     Investigations       Professional
         Management          Services                                     Patrol Bureau
                                                 Bureau                                              Bureau          Development and
           Bureau             Bureau                                                                                 Research Bureau
     • Administration     • Administrative    • Human                 •   Canine Unit             • Criminalistics   • Training
     • Homeland             Support             Resources             •   Central Patrol            Laboratory       • Youth Outreach
       Security           • Facilities        • Information           •   East Patrol             • Investigations   • Planning and
     • Internal Affairs     Maintenance         Technology            •   Helicopter Unit         • Juvenile Crime     Research
     • Office of          • Fiscal            • Police                •   Metro Patrol              Division
       Community          • Fleet               Employee              •   Mounted Patrol          • Narcotics and
       Complaints           Management          Benefits              •   North Patrol              Vice
                          • Police Facility   • Records               •   Patrol Administration   • Violent Crimes
                            Improvements        Management            •   Shoal Creek Patrol        Division
                          • Communications                            •   South Patrol
                          • City Radio                                •   Tactical Operations
                            Maintenance                               •   Traffic
                          • Detention
                            Services




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                                              Police
                                 SUMMARY BY ALLOCATION

                                                               Actual           Adopted            Submitted
                                                              2008-09           2009-10             2010-11
Allocation by Outcome
      Public Safety                                  $       202,297,323    $   200,717,340    $   207,037,233
                                               Total $       202,297,323    $   200,717,340    $   207,037,233

Revenue
      Dedicated Tax                                   $        5,748,791 $       13,678,003 $       14,574,187
      Grants                                                   5,179,558          5,499,079          8,119,506
      Permits and Fees                                         4,937,108          5,105,616          4,498,203
      Other Revenue                                                    --                 --                 --
                                               Total $        15,865,457 $       24,282,698 $       27,191,896




                                                                                                                  Police
Allocation by Expense Category
      Salaries and Benefits                        $         169,181,914 $      165,916,982 $      168,763,284
      Contracts                                               16,806,804         11,060,883         14,453,837
      Supplies                                                 7,598,894          7,492,753          7,098,985
      Equipment                                                2,502,570          2,690,241          1,382,999
      Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                          --                 --                 --
      Debt Service                                               814,816            878,478            763,941
      Capital Improvements                                     5,392,325         12,678,003         14,574,187
                                             Total $         202,297,323 $      200,717,340 $      207,037,233

Allocation by Department
      Police                                          $      201,803,246    $   199,922,340    $   205,914,635
      General Services                                           494,077            795,000          1,122,598
                                               Total $       202,297,323    $   200,717,340    $   207,037,233

Allocation by Fund
      General                                         $      186,420,582    $   176,434,642 $      182,436,214
      Infrastructure and Maintenance                             367,750                  --                 --
      Public Safety Sales Tax                                  5,381,041         13,678,003         14,574,187
      Police Drug Enforcement                                  2,845,994          2,659,167          2,203,910
      Police Grant                                             7,270,672          7,945,528          7,822,922
      Capital Improvements                                        11,284                  --                 --
                                               Total $       202,297,323    $   200,717,340 $      207,037,233

Personnel:
   No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions         1,484.0            1,498.0            1,482.0
   No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                  687.0              687.0              691.0
   Charges to/from Other Programs                                   (3.0)              (3.0)              (3.0)
   Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                   --                 --                 --
                                                  Total          2,168.0            2,182.0            2,170.0




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                                                        Police
Police
                                               SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                    Actual       Adopted          Submitted
         Outcome      Programs and Activities                      2008-09       2009-10           2010-11

         Public Safety                                        $ 202,297,323 $ 200,717,340 $ 207,037,233

                   Administration
                     Board of Police Commissioners            $      210,129 $      115,950   $      211,402
                     Executive Services Bureau Office                433,094        379,554          187,763
                     Internal Audit                                       --             --          250,769
                     Media Information Unit                          486,724        467,279          534,534
                     Office of the Chief of Police                 2,517,068      1,128,921        1,845,596
                     Risk Management                               5,087,283      3,341,078        3,353,421
                                                         Total $   8,734,298 $    5,432,782   $    6,383,485
                   Communications
                     Communications Unit                      $    4,604,905 $    5,113,199   $    4,665,581
                     City Radio Maintenance                        1,804,905        552,425        1,622,485
                                                         Total $   6,409,810 $    5,665,624   $    6,288,066

                   Crime Lab                                  $    5,409,893 $    4,827,650   $    5,206,087

                   Detention Services                         $    2,391,459 $    2,223,127   $    2,363,695

                   Facilities Maintenance                     $    5,246,315 $    2,451,620   $    6,072,209

                   Fiscal                                     $    7,300,322 $    5,502,908   $    6,783,996

                   Fleet Management                           $    7,740,649 $    7,935,557   $    7,183,881

                   Helicopter Unit                            $    1,276,576 $    1,184,023   $    1,269,824

                   Homeland Security
                     Executive Officer to the Chief           $    1,259,454 $    1,175,075   $      131,816
                     Logistical Support Division                          --             --          146,204
                     Professional Standards                               --             --        1,054,484
                     Intelligence Unit                             1,187,182      1,087,539        1,220,755
                                                         Total $   2,446,636 $    2,262,614   $    2,553,259

                   Human Resources                            $    1,952,065 $     161,500    $    2,069,911

                   Information Technology
                      Computer Services                       $    2,455,980 $    1,465,108   $    2,590,340
                      Information Services Division                  778,299         84,904          738,163
                                                         Total $   3,234,279 $    1,550,012   $    3,328,503

                   Internal Affairs                           $      911,133 $     903,224    $      941,384




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                                                   Police
                                     SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                Actual        Adopted          Submitted
Outcome      Programs and Activities                           2008-09        2009-10           2010-11

          Investigations                                 $      1,456,225 $     998,017    $      774,014

          Mounted Patrol                                 $       647,896 $      495,615    $      689,023

          Narcotics and Vice                             $     10,010,568 $    9,816,151   $    8,506,134

          Office of Community Complaints                 $       442,754 $      298,899    $      451,604

          Patrol and Patrol Administration
             Patrol Bureau Office                        $      3,720,185 $    2,448,973   $    4,579,952




                                                                                                            Police
             Central Patrol                                    12,475,161     12,828,565       12,610,695
             Metro Patrol                                      10,175,125     11,423,829       10,441,931
             East Patrol                                       11,271,127     12,806,689       11,289,215
             South Patrol                                       6,756,242      7,733,748        7,015,354
             North Patrol                                       7,221,554      8,634,204        7,122,497
             Shoal Creek Patrol                                 6,347,140      4,345,688        5,943,470
             Lease Purchase in Car Cameras                        700,279        763,941          763,941
             Grant Programs                                       210,236        332,697          574,636
                                                    Total $    58,877,049 $   61,318,334   $   60,341,691

          Planning and Research
             Administration Bureau Office                $        458,597 $     114,483    $      438,841
             Professional Development & Research                       --            --            96,176
             Planning and Research Unit                           993,924       858,461         1,209,769
                                                    Total $     1,452,521 $     972,944    $    1,744,786

          Police Employee Benefits
             Health Insurance                            $     19,141,159 $   19,250,932   $   17,484,393
             Police Civilian Employee Retirement                3,264,609      3,641,816        3,417,293
             Police FICA Benefits                               3,281,732      3,928,326        3,468,290
             Police Retirement                                 16,130,262     17,541,148       15,862,701
             Separation Program                                 1,344,140      1,600,000        1,600,000
                                                         $     43,161,902 $   45,962,222   $   41,832,677

          Public Safety Sales Tax Program                $      5,392,325 $   12,678,003   $   14,574,187

          Records Management                             $      2,852,283 $    1,388,466   $    2,770,418

          Tactical Operations                            $      2,803,525 $    3,025,850   $    3,529,944




                                                         299
                                                       Police
Police
                                                  SUMMARY BY OUTCOME

                                                                   Actual        Adopted          Submitted
         Outcome      Programs and Activities                     2008-09        2009-10           2010-11

                   Traffic
                      Grant Programs                          $    1,182,945 $    1,190,590   $    1,493,454
                      Parking Control                                635,923        579,469          638,078
                      Traffic Division                             5,894,878      6,071,581        5,664,743
                                                        Total $    7,713,746 $    7,841,640   $    7,796,275
                   Training
                      Entrant Officer Unit                    $      934,242 $    2,165,742   $      765,904
                      Special Training Division                           --        425,000               --
                      Training Division                            2,317,304      2,061,861        2,213,151
                      Twenty New Officers                                 --        698,130               --
                                                        Total $    3,251,546 $    5,350,733   $    2,979,055

                   Violent Crimes Division
                      Grant Programs                          $      290,390 $      141,367   $      160,389
                      Violent Crimes Division                      9,522,380      9,047,358        9,145,418
                                                        Total $    9,812,770 $    9,188,725   $    9,305,807

                   Youth Outreach
                     Youth Program                            $      874,337 $      904,491   $      982,866
                     Grant Programs                                   40,781         22,899           51,517
                     DARE Program                                    453,660        353,710          262,935
                                                        Total $    1,368,778 $    1,281,100   $    1,297,318

                   Department Total                           $ 202,297,323 $ 200,717,340 $ 207,037,233




                                                        300
                                         Administration
Responsible Division: Management Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Administration Division provides direct management and policy-making for the department including
coordinating the important function of homeland security. It also serves as an information resource to and
from the community.

    - Board of Police Commissioners                              - Media Information Unit
    - Office of the Chief of Police                              - Executive Services Bureau Office
    - Internal Audit                                             - Risk Management

                                                                     Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                     2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $             --   $             --   $            --
  Grants                                                                       --                 --                --




                                                                                                                         Police
  Permits and Fees                                                             --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                --                 --                --
                                                        Total $                --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   2,048,817      $   1,626,704      $    2,020,585
   Contracts                                                         6,685,481          3,806,078           4,362,900
   Supplies                                                                  --                 --                  --
   Equipment                                                                 --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                              --                 --                  --
                                                        Total $      8,734,298      $   5,432,782      $    6,383,485

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                    $      8,734,298      $   5,432,782      $    6,383,485
                                                        Total $      8,734,298      $   5,432,782      $    6,383,485

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                    16.0               18.0                16.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                           14.0               14.0                17.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                 --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                 --                  --
                                                     Total                 30.0               32.0                33.0




                                                           301
                                               Communications
Police
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Communications Division is the primary answering point for all 911 calls placed within the geographical
         boundaries of the City. As calls are received, fire and ambulance calls are routed to their respective, separate
         communications units. The Division uses a computer-aided dispatching (CAD) system that is shared with the Fire
         Department in order to allow the transferring of call data between the two departments and to provide better
         coordination of incidents requiring a mutual response from both departments.

             - Communications Unit                                      - Communications Operations Support Division
             - City Radio Maintenance

                                                                            Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $             --
           Grants                                                                     --                 --                 --
           Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                 --
           Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                 --
                                                                Total $               --   $             --   $             --

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $     5,679,177     $   5,274,616      $    5,690,587
            Contracts                                                          349,200            17,168             186,056
            Supplies                                                           381,433           373,840             411,423
            Equipment                                                                --                --                  --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                  --
            Debt Service                                                             --                --                  --
                                                                Total $      6,409,810     $   5,665,624      $    6,288,066

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                   $      6,409,810     $   5,665,624      $    6,288,066
                                                                Total $      6,409,810     $   5,665,624      $    6,288,066

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                     --                --                  --
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                        128.0             127.0               131.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                         (2.0)             (2.0)               (2.0)
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                              Total              126.0             125.0               129.0




                                                             302
                                               Crime Lab
Responsible Division: Investigations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Criminalistics Laboratory Division is a nationally accredited facility consisting of three sections. The Crime
Scene Investigation Section provides 24-hour response for the processing of crime scenes. The Crime
Laboratory Section provides state-of-the-art chemical analysis, firearms and tool mark comparisons, digital
imaging and photography, DNA identification, trace evidence analysis, and crime scene investigation support by
certified criminalists. The Fingerprint Identification Section provides record check identification services for
incarcerated suspects and applicants for employment or security jobs.

    - Crime Lab

                                                                      Actual            Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09           2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $           --    $           --    $            --




                                                                                                                         Police
  Grants                                                              1,328,227           934,298          1,065,104
  Permits and Fees                                                       15,456            67,305             55,694
  Other Revenue                                                               --                --                 --
                                                         Total $      1,343,683     $   1,001,603     $    1,120,798

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $   3,954,560     $   4,095,799     $    4,214,709
   Contracts                                                            548,171           395,045            522,439
   Supplies                                                             417,058           128,696            369,440
   Equipment                                                            490,104           208,110             99,499
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --                --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --                --                 --
                                                         Total $      5,409,893     $   4,827,650     $    5,206,087

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $   4,066,210     $   3,826,047     $    4,085,289
   Police Grant                                                       1,343,683         1,001,603          1,120,798
                                                         Total $      5,409,893     $   4,827,650     $    5,206,087

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                      3.0               6.0                6.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            67.0              67.0               69.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            (0.8)             (0.8)              (0.1)
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                --                 --
                                                     Total                  69.2              72.2               74.9




                                                            303
                                               Detention Services
Police
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Detention Services Division has the primary responsibility for the processing and temporary detention of
         individuals arrested for violations of municipal ordinances or state and federal statute violations. The Division is
         charged with the responsibility of providing a safe, clean, and secure environment to persons detained in the
         detention facility.

              - Detention Unit                                              - Property and Evidence Section

                                                                                Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                                2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                   $              --   $             --   $                --
           Grants                                                                         --                 --                    --
           Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --                    --
           Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                    --
                                                                   Total $                --   $             --   $                --

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                          $     2,328,884     $    2,175,127     $    2,301,120
            Contracts                                                                    --                 --                 --
            Supplies                                                                62,575             48,000             62,575
            Equipment                                                                    --                 --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                      --                 --                 --
            Debt Service                                                                 --                 --                 --
                                                                   Total $       2,391,459     $    2,223,127     $    2,363,695

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                      $       2,391,459     $    2,223,127     $    2,363,695
                                                                   Total $       2,391,459     $    2,223,127     $    2,363,695

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                        3.0                3.0                   4.0
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                              52.0               52.0                  52.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                                 --                 --                    --
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                              --                 --                    --
                                                              Total                    55.0               55.0                  56.0




                                                                304
                                 Facilities Maintenance
Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau/General Services Facility Management
Outcome: Public Safety

The Facilities Maintenance Division coordinates the efforts of both the Capital Improvements Section and the
Building Operations Section. The Capital Improvements Section assists in the planning, bidding, quality control
and the monitoring of funds and expenditures for assigned capital projects. The Building Operations Section
is responsible for the operation of approximately 700,000 square feet of space in 31 different facilities and adjacent
parking lots.

    - Facilities Management                                        - Capital Improvements Section
    - Building Operations Section

                                                                       Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                       2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                    $             --   $             --   $            --




                                                                                                                           Police
  Grants                                                                         --                 --                --
  Permits and Fees                                                               --                 --                --
  Other Revenue                                                                  --                 --                --
                                                         Total $                 --   $             --   $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                           $   1,996,077      $      15,873      $    2,059,066
   Contracts                                                           2,957,763          2,104,706           3,826,424
   Supplies                                                              177,938            216,504             186,719
   Equipment                                                                   --                 --                  --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                     --                 --                  --
   Debt Service                                                          114,537            114,537                   --
   Capital Improvements                                                        --                 --                  --
                                                         Total $       5,246,315      $   2,451,620      $    6,072,209

Allocation by Department
  Police                                                           $   4,752,238      $   1,656,620      $    4,949,611
  General Services                                                       494,077            795,000           1,122,598
                                                         Total $       5,246,315      $   2,451,620      $    6,072,209

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                         $   5,246,315      $   2,451,620      $    6,072,209
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                     --                 --                  --
                                                         Total $       5,246,315      $   2,451,620      $    6,072,209

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                      5.0                5.0                 5.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            46.0               46.0                46.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                               --                 --                  --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                            --                 --                  --
                                                     Total                  51.0               51.0                51.0




                                                             305
                                                            Fiscal
Police
         Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Fiscal Division is charged with coordinating matters regarding budget, accounting, payroll, purchasing and
         supply. The department uses a centralized approach to ensure compliance with statutes, Board directives and
         internal controls in these areas.

             - Fiscal Division                                          - Private Officers Licensing
             - Budget Unit                                              - Alarm Licensing
             - Financial Services Unit

                                                                             Actual            Adopted             Submitted
                                                                             2008-09           2009-10              2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                $            --    $           --      $           --
           Grants                                                                    --                --                  --
           Permits and Fees                                                    678,670           776,775             697,225
           Other Revenue                                                             --                --                  --
                                                                 Total $       678,670     $     776,775       $     697,225

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                       $    2,518,967     $   2,081,917       $    2,710,546
            Contracts                                                        2,455,161         1,599,505            2,340,823
            Supplies                                                         2,162,783         1,821,486            1,732,627
            Equipment                                                          163,411                 --                   --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --                --                   --
            Debt Service                                                             --                --                   --
                                                                 Total $     7,300,322     $   5,502,908       $    6,783,996

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                     $    6,621,652     $   4,726,133       $    6,086,771
            Police Grant                                                       678,670           776,775              697,225
                                                                 Total $     7,300,322     $   5,502,908       $    6,783,996

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                    6.0                 6.0                6.0
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                          39.0                39.0               39.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                  --                 --
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                  --                 --
                                                              Total                45.0                45.0               45.0




                                                              306
                                     Fleet Management
Responsible Division: Executive Services Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Fleet Management Division acquires, maintains, repairs, fuels, and disposes of all police vehicles, along with
ordering and stocking the necessary parts and materials to do so. They oversee the operation of the satellite Police
Service Station which provides around-the-clock fueling, towing, and preventive maintenance services to the entire
fleet. They also monitor all underground fuel tanks for EPA compliance.

    - Fleet Operations

                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $    367,750     $   1,000,000     $            --
  Grants                                                                     --                --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                           --                --                 --




                                                                                                                       Police
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                 --
                                                        Total $        367,750     $   1,000,000     $            --

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $   2,145,075    $   1,342,515     $    2,179,929
   Contracts                                                            169,601          132,656            171,773
   Supplies                                                           3,959,941        4,460,386          3,832,179
   Equipment                                                          1,466,032        2,000,000          1,000,000
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --               --                 --
                                                        Total $       7,740,649    $   7,935,557     $    7,183,881

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $   7,372,899    $   6,935,557     $    7,183,881
   Infrastructure and Maintenance                                       367,750                --                 --
   Public Safety Sales Tax                                                    --       1,000,000                  --
                                                        Total $       7,740,649    $   7,935,557     $    7,183,881

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                       --              1.0               1.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                           45.0              45.0              45.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                --
                                                     Total                 45.0              46.0              46.0




                                                            307
                                                 Helicopter Unit
Police
         Responsible Division: Patrol Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Helicopter Unit is responsible for providing support to other department elements through airborne
         observations. The pilot/observer teams are used in patrol, aerial surveillance, vehicle and foot pursuits,
         emergency and disaster management, tactical operations, narcotic operations, searches, traffic enforcement
         and intelligence gathering.

             - Helicopter Unit

                                                                             Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $            --
           Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
           Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
           Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                                Total $               --   $             --   $            --

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $      768,805      $     845,242      $      704,423
            Contracts                                                         237,920            116,900             225,563
            Supplies                                                          269,851            221,881             339,838
            Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
            Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                                Total $     1,276,576      $   1,184,023      $    1,269,824

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                   $     1,276,576      $   1,184,023      $    1,269,824
                                                                Total $     1,276,576      $   1,184,023      $    1,269,824

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   9.0                9.0                 8.0
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                          2.0                2.0                 2.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                           --                 --                  --
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                        --                 --                  --
                                                              Total               11.0               11.0                10.0




                                                             308
                                    Homeland Security
Responsible Division: Management Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Homeland Security Division coordinates responses to possible threats of terrorism and oversees the CSTAR
(Comprehensive Strategic Team Accountability Review) Program. The Division liaisons with local, state and federal
intelligence agencies regarding crime and terrorism, in order to identify and forecast trends in risk management and
crime issues. The CSTAR Program requires a presentation by divisions to the Chief which cover crime data,
enforcement and other CSTAR topics.

    - Homeland Security                                          - CSTAR
    - Intelligence Unit                                          - Joint Terrorism Taskforce
    - Professional Standards

                                                                      Actual           Adopted              Submitted
                                                                     2008-09           2009-10               2010-11
Revenue




                                                                                                                          Police
  Dedicated Tax                                                  $            --   $               --   $            --
  Grants                                                                  6,152                9,248            16,329
  Permits and Fees                                                            --                   --                --
  Other Revenue                                                               --                   --                --
                                                        Total $           6,152    $           9,248    $       16,329

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                         $   2,280,908     $   2,117,614        $    2,373,259
   Contracts                                                           165,728           145,000               180,000
   Supplies                                                                  --                --                    --
   Equipment                                                                 --                --                    --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                    --
   Debt Service                                                              --                --                    --
                                                        Total $      2,446,636     $   2,262,614        $    2,553,259

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                       $   2,440,484     $   2,253,366        $    2,536,930
   Police Grant                                                          6,152             9,248                16,329
                                                        Total $      2,446,636     $   2,262,614        $    2,553,259

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                     23.0                 32.0              27.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                             1.0                  1.0               6.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                   --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                   --                --
                                                     Total                  24.0                 33.0              33.0




                                                           309
                                             Human Resources
Police
         Responsible Division: Administration Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Human Resources Division is responsible for coordinating personnel matters and processing grievances filed
         by department members as well as monitoring the discrimination/harassment hotline in accordance with
         department policy. The Division oversees the non-discriminatory recruitment, processing, testing, and hiring of
         qualified applicants for all employment opportunities.

             - Human Resources Division

                                                                            Actual             Adopted            Submitted
                                                                            2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                               $              --   $             --   $            --
           Grants                                                                     --                 --                --
           Permits and Fees                                                           --                 --                --
           Other Revenue                                                              --                 --                --
                                                                  Total $             --   $             --   $            --

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                      $    1,794,796      $     138,609      $    1,881,746
            Contracts                                                         156,083              7,891             173,165
            Supplies                                                            1,186             15,000              15,000
            Equipment                                                               --                 --                  --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                 --                 --                  --
            Debt Service                                                            --                 --                  --
                                                                  Total $   1,952,065      $     161,500      $    2,069,911

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                     $   1,952,065      $     161,500      $    2,069,911
                                                                  Total $   1,952,065      $     161,500      $    2,069,911

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   8.0               7.0                 7.0
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                         25.0              25.0                25.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                  --
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                  --
                                                              Total               33.0              32.0                32.0




                                                            310
                              Information Technology
Responsible Division: Administration Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Information Technology Division oversees the Computer Services Unit which provides support to the
department's personal computer-based network and the mainframe computer. The Division also oversees the
acquisition, inventory and maintenance of approximately 800 personal computers in the department. It provides
end-user support to the approximately 1,800 users in a wide variety of PC applications, operating systems and
hardware configurations.

    - Information Services Division                             - Computer Services Unit
    - PC Support

                                                                    Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                    2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                 $           --   $           --    $            --




                                                                                                                     Police
  Grants                                                                    --               --                 --
  Permits and Fees                                                  1,255,904        1,448,951          1,397,227
  Other Revenue                                                             --               --                 --
                                                       Total $      1,255,904    $   1,448,951     $    1,397,227

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                        $   2,531,989    $     749,471     $    2,555,005
   Contracts                                                          702,290          800,541            773,498
   Supplies                                                                 --               --                 --
   Equipment                                                                --               --                 --
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                  --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                             --               --                 --
                                                       Total $      3,234,279    $   1,550,012     $    3,328,503

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                      $   1,978,375    $     101,061     $    1,931,276
   Police Grant                                                     1,255,904        1,448,951          1,397,227
                                                       Total $      3,234,279    $   1,550,012     $    3,328,503

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                   1.0               1.0               1.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                         39.0              40.0              39.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                            --                --                --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                         --                --                --
                                                     Total               40.0              41.0              40.0




                                                          311
                                                  Internal Affairs
Police
         Responsible Division: Management Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Internal Affairs Division conducts investigations of internal matters that involve the actions of department
         personnel. These investigations include, but are not limited to, complaints filed with the Office of Community
         Complaints, the disarming and/or discharging of a firearm by an officer, allegations of sexual harassment, inquiries
         into commendable acts by staff, legal inquiries from the Office of the General Counsel, and any other miscellaneous
         investigations as directed by the Chief of Police. The Division also serves as the repository for all case files
         associated with internal investigations and response to resistance reports.

             - Internal Affairs Division

                                                                              Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                             2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                $              --   $             --   $           --
           Grants                                                                      --                 --               --
           Permits and Fees                                                            --                 --               --
           Other Revenue                                                               --                 --               --
                                                                 Total $               --   $             --   $           --

         Allocation by Expense Category
            Salaries and Benefits                                       $       911,133     $     903,224      $     941,384
            Contracts                                                                 --                --                 --
            Supplies                                                                  --                --                 --
            Equipment                                                                 --                --                 --
            Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                   --                --                 --
            Debt Service                                                              --                --                 --
                                                                 Total $        911,133     $     903,224      $     941,384

         Allocation by Fund
            General                                                    $        911,133     $     903,224      $     941,384
                                                                 Total $        911,133     $     903,224      $     941,384

         Personnel
           No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                    13.0              13.0               13.0
           No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            2.0               2.0                2.0
           Charges to/from Other Programs                                             --                --                 --
           Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                          --                --                 --
                                                              Total                 15.0              15.0               15.0




                                                              312
                                          Investigations
Responsible Division: Investigations Bureau
Outcome: Public Safety

The Investigations Division oversees the operations of Narcotics and Vice, Violent Crimes and Investigative
Services. The Investigations Division is responsible for investigating reported crimes thus leading to the
identification, apprehension and prosecution of persons responsible. Support services are provided through the
collection, preservation, and forensic examination of evidence, and the apprehension and extradition of criminals.

    - Investigations Bureau Office
                                                                      Actual           Adopted           Submitted
                                                                      2008-09          2009-10            2010-11
Revenue
  Dedicated Tax                                                   $          --    $           --    $            --
  Grants                                                               313,685           783,004            501,056
  Permits and Fees                                                       6,927                 --                 --
  Other Revenue                                                              --                --                 --




                                                                                                                        Police
                                                        Total $        320,612     $     783,004     $      501,056

Allocation by Expense Category
   Salaries and Benefits                                          $   1,278,682    $     505,237     $      400,393
   Contracts                                                             59,634          233,397            180,121
   Supplies                                                               1,334                --                 --
   Equipment                                                            116,575          259,383            193,500
   Pass Through Payments to Other Agencies                                    --               --                 --
   Debt Service                                                               --               --                 --
                                                        Total $       1,456,225    $     998,017     $      774,014

Allocation by Fund
   General                                                        $   1,135,613    $     215,013     $      272,958
   Police Drug Enforcement                                                6,927                --                 --
   Police Grant                                                         313,685          783,004            501,056
                                                        Total $       1,456,225    $     998,017     $      774,014

Personnel
  No. of Law Enforcement Full Time Equivalent Positions                     3.0               3.0                2.0
  No. of Civilian Full Time Equivalent Positions                            2.0               2.0                1.0
  Charges to/from Other Programs                                              --                --                 --
  Less: Charges to Capital Projects                                           --                --                 --
                                                     Total                  5.0               5.0                3.0




                                                            313
                                                  Mounted Patrol
Police
         Responsible Division: Patrol Bureau
         Outcome: Public Safety

         The Mounted Patrol Division augments the patrol district stations by patrolling various areas within the city and the
         park system. They provide a unique presence at parades, community events, and for ceremonial and honor guard
         occasions. The section will also establish a training program for youth at the Mounted Patrol Barracks located in
         Swope Park.

             - Mounted Patrol

                                                                                Actual            Adopted            Submitted
                                                                               2008-09            2009-10             2010-11
         Revenue
           Dedicated Tax                                                  $