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									             City of Valdez, Alaska
                         2011 Budget


                           Prepared by the Budget Committee
PO Box 307, Valdez, Alaska 99686 Ph 907-835-4313 Fax 907-835-2992 www.ci.valdez.ak.us
                           Photo Credit: cover photo by Gary Minish
                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Description                                     Page             Description                             Page
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City Council Member List                    1         Finance – Dept. 5200                        46
Valdez City Council Budget Policy Statement 2-6       Council – Dept. 5300                        47
Resolution No. 10-62 Adopting 2011 Budget   7         City Clerk - Dept. 5350                     48
City Administration Staff List              8         Community Development – Dept. 5500          49
City’s Manager’s 2011 Budget Memorandum     9-11      Economic Initiatives – Dept. 5550           50
                                                      Law – Dept. 5600                            51
Budget Overview                                       Insurance – Dept. 5700                      52
Changes in Fund Balance Summary             12        Engineering – Dept. 5780                    53
All Funds Budget Summary                    13-14     Library – Dept. 6100                        54
General Fund Revenues and Transfers In      15        Parks & Recreation – Dept. 6200             55
General Fund Expenditures and Transfers Out 16        Civic Center – Dept. 6400                   56
2011 Budget Narrative                       17-23     Parks Maintenance – Dept. 6500              57
Debt Service Schedule                       24        Solid Waste – Dept. 7300                    58
2011 Organizational Chart                   25
Historical Staffing Table                   26        General Fund Support Expenses
2011 Employee Listing                       27        Community Service Organizations             59
2011 Bi Weekly Pay Schedule                 28-29     Education                                   60

General Fund Revenues                                          Other City Funds
General Fund Revenues                              30-33       Capital Facilities (CF) Fund Intro                 61
                                                               2011Community Investment Projects                  62
General Fund Expenditures                                      2011 Project Descriptions                          63-64
Hospital – Dept. 0200                              34
Public Safety Support –Dept. 3150                  35          Reserve Fund Intro                                 65
Fire – Dept. 3200                                  36          Reserve Fund Revenue                               66
Animal Control –Dept 3400                          37          Reserve Fund Expenditures                          67
Law Enforcement –Dept. 3500                        38          2011 Major Maintenance Project List                68-69
Building Maintenance – Dept. 4200                  39          Master 10 Year Equipment Replacement Plan          70-73
Street/Shop – Dept. 4400                           40
Information Technology – Dept. 5050                41
Information Technology Capital Equipment Detail    42-44
Administration – Dept. 5100                        45
                                                  CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                        2011 BUDGET
                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS

   Description                                    Page              Description             Page
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Harbor Fund Intro                          74
Harbor Fund Revenues                       75
Harbor Fund Expenditures – Dept. 4300      76

Utility Fund Intro                                 77
Utility Fund Revenue                               78
Water Expenditure – Dept. 7100                     79
Sewer Expenditures - Dept. 7200                    80

Port Fund Introduction                             81
Port Fund Revenues                                 82
Port Fund Expenditures- Dept. 4500                 83

Airport Fund Intro                                 84
Airport Fund Revenue                               85
Airport Fund Expenditures – Dept. 4600             86

Gilson Medical Clinic Fund Intro                   87
Gilson Medical Clinic Fund Revenue                 88
Gilson Medical Clinic Expenditures - Dept. 5260    89

Permanent Fund Intro                               90
Permanent Fund Revenue                             91
Permanent Fund Expenditures – Dept 5250            92

Debt Service Fund Intro                            93
Debt Service Fund Revenue                          94
Debt Service Fund Expenditures – Dept. 2050        95

2011 Budget Glossary                               96-102
                       VALDEZ CITY COUNCIL
                                               HOME
 MEMBERS                                 TELEPHONE NUMBER                                    EXPIRATION OF TERM

Karen, Ables                                    907-835-2585                                        October 2011
Dave Cobb,                                      907-835-2637                                        October 2012
Mayor

Dorothy Moore                                   907-835-4245                                        October 2011
Mayor Pro Tem

Joe Prax                                        907-835-3859                                        October 2012
Mike Wells                                      907-835-2360                                        October 2011
Alan Sorum                                      907-835-3218                                        October 2012
Steve McCann                                    907-835-2339                                        October 2012


    The legislative and policy-making powers of the City are vested in a Council of seven members. The City Council meets in
    regular session every first and third Monday of the month in the City Council Chambers, located at 211 Fairbanks Street, in
    downtown Valdez.




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                                                           VALDEZ CITY COUNCIL
                                                        BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT
                                                          January – December 2011
PURPOSE

The City’s annual budget is more than just a spending plan. It is               2. Affordable energy is an essential component of any vibrant
the primary method by which the City Council provides City                         economy. The City Council will therefore consider ways to
Administration with policy guidance regarding the type and level                   reduce energy costs. The Council will entertain all prudent
of services the City will provide. It determines the sources of                    proposals for authorizing appropriate municipal resources
revenue used to fund these services, and directs overall asset                     toward achieving the goal of reduced energy costs for the
allocations for all City resources.                                                community.

The task of producing this budget has become increasingly                       3. The City has actively supported a natural gas pipeline from
difficult over the past several years. Before 2006 this was largely                Alaska’s North Slope to tide water at Valdez. If such a
due to unpredictable declines in oil and gas related revenues.                     project were to be built, it would have a huge impact on
However, since 2006 the concern has become general revenue                         the City for many decades to come. It is therefore prudent
volatility. Following many years of declining revenues, the City                   to consider the potential effects this project may have on
now has the potential to experience significant revenue changes                    this community and to develop appropriate plans as
in either direction. Due to forces outside the City’s control, these               necessary.
changes aren’t realized until well into the fiscal year. Volatility of
that nature results in not being able to calculate reliable revenue             4. Due to the volatility in actual revenue received by the City
projections in advance of the fiscal year; posing serious challenges               each year, some years will wind up being “good” years;
to building an effective and efficient municipal budget.                           while others will become “bad” years. During the good
                                                                                   years, emphasis will be made to channel unexpected
It is important to note that all oil and gas related revenues                      surplus revenues toward reducing the long-term liabilities of
received since 2006 are still in litigation and therefore remain at                the City before new liabilities are considered. Existing
risk. Should unfavorable rulings come from this litigation; a wholly               liabilities include major maintenance, outstanding debt, or
different policy will need to be implemented to deal with what                     other unfunded obligations of the City.
could likely be a catastrophic financial crisis for the City.
                                                                                5. To assist in reducing our revenue volatility, the City will seek
GOALS                                                                              to reduce its reliance on oil related property tax revenues
                                                                                   insomuch as possible. The City will therefore work to
   1. Long-term fiscal planning will be used to keep government                    promote economic development opportunities that
      spending within its means while still providing reasonable                   achieve diversification in the local economy, and to
      service stability despite our significant revenue volatility.                explore other new potential sources of revenue.
      This will be done by establishing spending plans that
      transcend any single budget year. This will allow an                   REVENUE ASSUMPTIONS
      averaging of affects and better budgeting for big ticket
      items, such as capital projects, major equipment, and                  2011 Mill Levy – It is the Council’s intent to set the 2011 mill levy on
      major maintenance.                                                     real and personal property taxation at 20 mills.


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                                                               CITY COUNCIL
                                                      2011 BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT

Grants – Local tax dollars should be supplemented whenever                    2010 Carry Forward – An estimate of the 2010 General Fund
possible by seeking outside funding sources for genuine                       unexpended and unencumbered budget items will be made, and
operational and capital needs. However, before applying for                   these funds will be appropriated to the 2011 General Fund budget.
grant funding, the City will evaluate any associated new                      Undesignated fund balances for all other Funds will be applied to
commitments as they would relate to grant administration, long                the new budgets for each respective Fund.
term operations, and/or maintenance/replacement costs.
                                                                              EXPENDITURES
User Fees/Enterprise Funding – The City recognizes that its property
tax rate can sometimes allow for the subsidy of user fees and                 The City Council directs that the municipal service levels provided
charges. The City will strive to maintain an appropriate balance              by the City of Valdez in 2011 be substantially similar as the levels
between such user fees and necessary enterprise activity                      offered in 2010. The Council acknowledges that due to annual
accounting.     But wherever possible and prudent, fees and                   inflationary pressures on the cost of service delivery, especially as it
charges will be reduced.                                                      relates to increased personnel and energy costs, the City cannot
                                                                              keep overall spending at the previous year’s level while
Land Sales – Revenues from the sale of miscellaneous City lands               maintaining those same service levels. City Administration will
will be placed in the Misc. Lands Account of the Reserves Fund;               continue to seek ways to improve operating efficiencies, but such
which will be expended on surveying, appraisals, and other                    efficiencies cannot be considered a panacea for combating
development costs associated with future City land disposal                   annual inflation every year.
projects approved by the City Council.
                                                                              The City Council also acknowledges that maintaining personnel
Special Tax Revenues – Revenues equivalent to those derived from              benefits in 2011 will be necessary to keep the City competitive in
the taxes upon the tourism and fisheries industries may be                    the job market and ensure qualified and motivated employees.
expended to enhance those industries and/or their associated
infrastructure. For example, the Fisheries Business Tax and the Raw           Privatization – The City shall identify, evaluate, and implement
Fish Tax shall be used to address the long term requirements of the           opportunities where services can be provided more efficiently and
Small Boat Harbor.                                                            effectively by the private sector.

Permanent Fund – On June 06, 2006, the citizens of Valdez voted               LONG TERM FISCAL PLANNING
to allow an ongoing annual appropriation of 1.5% of the last full
accounting year’s Permanent Fund value, into the General Fund                 Revenue Stability
to help offset operational and capital expenses of the City.
However, when projected revenues for the coming year exceed                   Since revenue volatility is likely to continue being a chronic
expected operational expenditures, an amount up to the total                  budgetary problem for the City of Valdez; a type of revenue shock
Permanent Fund transfer will be placed in a reserve account. At               absorber is needed. This has been accomplished by creating a
the end of the fiscal year or at the mid-year budget review, the              Revenue Reserve Account (RRA). In years that the City realizes an
City Council may evaluate the financial position of the City and              increase in revenue over a previous year, some of that increase
determine if it is appropriate to return any part of this appropriation       will be put into the reserve account. In years when revenues
to the Permanent Fund or to use it for other purposes.                        decline, a portion of that decline will automatically transfer out of


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                                                             CITY COUNCIL
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the reserve account. This will prevent the superheating of budgets         budgeting strategies. Rather, these requirements dictate longer
during windfall years, while providing soft landings when revenues         term approaches that are both flexible and practical.
drop. This program can also be used to supplement income when
revenues remain steady for more than two years. This is important          As a practical matter, previous budgets have shown that there are
because inflationary pressures on expenditures will erode the value        usually insufficient resources available within any given year to
of that constant revenue. The program will work as follows:                adequately fund annual contributions to maintenance and
                                                                           equipment planning schedules. Therefore, a resource based
In years of increasing revenue, fifty percent (50%) of that increase       (rather than a traditional requirement based) program will be used
will be diverted into the RRA. The other fifty percent would be            for Major Maintenance, Major Equipment, and Capital Projects.
available for use in the current budget. But in years when
revenues decrease from those in the previous year, funds will              A resource based program first identifies the amount of funding
automatically transfer from the RRA to the General Fund in an              available in a specific budget cycle, and then adjusts the long
amount equal to the lesser of:                                             term planning document to fit the funding. If requirements begin
                                                                           to stack up, that backlog is prioritized and brought to the attention
       •   Fifty percent (50%) of the net change in General Fund           of the City Council. Such realities then generate the necessary
           revenues from the previous year                                 debate that could ultimately change City policies, services,
                                       OR                                  and/or state and federal legislative priorities, sufficient to deal with
       •   Fifty percent (50%) of the total fund balance of the RRA        the shortfall.

In years when revenue remains substantially the same (+/- 1%) for          Three separate long term accounts will be established to manage
three consecutive years; on the third and subsequent years an              Major Maintenance, Major Equipment, and Capital Projects. The
automatic transfer will occur from the RRA to the General Fund in          budget policy statement will set the 2011 target for the minimum
an amount equal to the lesser of:                                          annual revenue percentage that will be budgeted for each of
                                                                           these funds to support their respective requirements. Note that
       •   Three percent (3%) of the total previous year’s General         these are planning targets only and the City Council may adjust
           Fund revenue                                                    the actually levels of funding at anytime. These funds will carry-
                                       OR                                  over from year to year to allow accumulation of funds. It will also
       •   Fifty percent (50%) of the total fund balance of the RRA        provide a mechanism for depositing extra money during good
                                                                           revenue years that can help to extend the capacity of each
Total fund balance of the RRA shall not exceed $5 million and shall        program.
be maintained in an investment account. This maximum amount
was reached prior to the beginning of the 2011 fiscal year.                   •   Major Equipment Reserve – The Major Equipment Reserve
                                                                                  provides funding for the purchase of the City’s capital
Managing Major Requirements                                                       equipment valued at $10,000 or higher.   The City has
                                                                                  adopted a 10-year equipment replacement plan to
Major maintenance of City infrastructure, replacement of                          accommodate the equipment needs of the City into the
large/expensive pieces of equipment, and capital projects; all                    future. The equipment replacement account should be
carry price tags too large to effectively handle using short term                 maintained at a minimum balance of not less than


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                                                    2011 BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT

       $1,000,000 at any one time. This minimum balance allows              employees, training, safety, equal opportunity, wages and fringe
       for the replacement of the catastrophic loss to the City’s           benefits, and career advancement. Additional personnel will be
       essential equipment. The annual contribution to this fund            added only after it has been substantiated that the position is
       will be four percent (4%) of total projected annual General          required to maintain the service levels set by the City Council. The
       Fund revenues.                                                       Council must approve any increase to the overall regular FTE (full
                                                                            time equivalent) employee count.
   •   Major Maintenance Reserve – The Major Maintenance
       Reserve provides funding for the repair or renovation of the         In light of these concepts, the proposed budget should:
       City’s capital infrastructure valued at $20,000 or higher.
                                                                            ♦   make funds available for training opportunities in both
       The City has adopted a 30-year life cycle maintenance
                                                                                technical and management skills;
       plan to accommodate the preservation of the City’s
       physical assets. The major maintenance account should
                                                                            ♦   continue to provide a fair, equitable, and competitive
       be maintained at a minimum balance of not less than
                                                                                compensation package for City employees, taking into
       $500,000 at any one time. This minimum balance will allow
                                                                                consideration the cost and value of the total compensation
       for initial emergency repairs to essential assets. The annual
                                                                                package;
       contribution to this fund will be seven percent (7%) of total
       projected annual General Fund revenues.
                                                                            ♦   acknowledge that any significant increase in requirements or
                                                                                services will require additional resources;
   •   Capital Facilities Fund – The Capital Facilities Fund provides
       discrete accounts for specific Capital Projects that will
                                                                            ♦   promote maximum employee awareness of safety and health
       result in new or expanded City assets valued at $20,000 or
                                                                                procedures to include safety orientation for new and
       higher; as well as for the demolition of major City assets.
                                                                                transferred employees.
       The City will develop a multi-year plan for establishing
       capital projects that will focus on providing better service
                                                                            RESERVES
       delivery, community planning goals, economic expansion
       opportunities, and/or improved quality of life for Valdez.
                                                                            Working Capital Reserve – A working capital reserve of not less
       The annual contribution to this fund will be five percent
                                                                            than $4,500,000 has been established in the General Fund
       (5%) of total projected annual General Fund revenues.
                                                                            according to the Valdez City Code. This reserve is intended to
                                                                            cover cash flow needs and short-term emergencies until
PERSONNEL
                                                                            budgeted revenues are realized. The working capital reserve will
                                                                            be maintained as part of the year end fund balance that will
The City Council recognizes that the quantity and quality of
                                                                            become available again the following year.
services rendered by City government is directly dependent upon
the quantity and quality of personnel employed by the City.
                                                                            Landfill Reserve – The State of Alaska has extended the City’s
Recruiting and retaining qualified and dedicated people to
                                                                            landfill permit until 2025. The City Council intends that funding for
provide services to the citizens is essential. The City Council
                                                                            closure and post closure costs will likely be addressed through
therefore takes a leadership role in the community as an
                                                                            local contribution, grants, debt, user fees, or a combination of
exemplary and model employer in terms of concern for


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                                                    2011 BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT

these revenue sources. Therefore the City will maintain a reserve           CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
account to accumulate local contribution requirements.
                                                                            The City Council encourages maximum public participation in the
Long-Term Leave Reserve – Annual expenditures resulting from the            annual budget process, in the formation of City goals, and in the
City’s employee leave liability will be budgeted in a Leave Liability       planning of all public operations and projects. To that effort, the
Account. Budgeted amounts will equal 125% of the average                    Council directs the City Administration to use the local print media
actual expenditure from the preceding three years. This will fund           and radio to the fullest advantage in informing the public of all
cash out’s of leave during the current fiscal year.                         major initiatives.

Permanent Fund – With the exception of the Charter requirement              Dated this 16th day of August 2010.
to appropriate 1.5% of the Fund’s value to the General Fund each
year; all remaining fund balances, as well as all earnings
generated by the Permanent Fund will be maintained as principal
and shall not be accessed without a vote of the residents.

Debt Service Fund – This fund is intended to service the City’s debt
payments from the revenue determined by the City Council, and
to satisfy any current bond covenants. While this remains the
primary purpose for this Fund, its reserves can also serve as a
backup source of funding for other priorities if deemed necessary
by the City Council.




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                                               CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA

                                                RESOLUTION NO. 10-62

RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA, ADOPTING THE 2011 BUDGET FOR
THE CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA AND APPROPRIATING MONIES FOR THAT BUDGET
WHEREAS, the City Manager has prepared a proposed 2011 budget for the City of Valdez, Alaska, according to Section 6.2
of the City Charter; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the budget as presented and made various revisions thereto; and
WHEREAS, a notice of public hearing was published and held as required by Section 6.3 of the City Charter; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the 2011 budget shall be finalized as the official financial plan for the City
for 2011.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA, THAT:
Section 1. The 2011 budget as prepared by the City Manager, revised by the City Council, presented for Public Hearing,
and summarized in Attachment A, is hereby adopted as the 2011 spending plan for the City of Valdez.
Section 2.    $50,346,480 in new authorizations are hereby appropriated as set forth in the 2011 budget document for
the respective departments and Funds for the 2011 fiscal year, with $56,091,206 in new revenues recognized to fund
the 2011 budget appropriation.
Section 3.  Inter-fund transfers of $24,879,067 in, and $24,879,067 out, are recognized between Funds as indicated in
the 2011 budget document.
PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA, this 6th day of December, 2010.




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       CITY ADMINISTRATION

              JOHN HOZEY, CITY MANAGER
                  SHERI PIERCE, CITY CLERK

DEPARTMENT HEADS

Eric Phillips                     Assistant City Manager
Lisa Von Bargen                   Community & Economic Development
John McCay                        Capital Facilities
Walter Sapp                       Finance
George Keeney                     Fire/EMS
William Comer                     Law Enforcement
Diane Kinney                      Port/Harbor
Todd Wegner                       Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services
Larry Weaver                      Public Works
Chris Farmer                      Information Technology

Consultants
Appraisal Company of Alaska       Assessor
Walker and Levesque, LLC          Attorneys
Altman, Rogers & Co.              Auditors


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                                               MEMORANDUM
TO:          The Citizens, Mayor, and City Council Members of the City of Valdez
FROM:        John Hozey, City Manager
DATE:        January 1, 2011
SUBJECT:     2011 City of Valdez Budget


The 2011 City budget, as adopted by the City Council            Main Assumptions
on December 6, 2010 is hereby presented as the official
spending plan for the City of Valdez for the period             Historically this community has seen significant and
January 1 to December 31, 2011.             This budget         unpredictable fluctuations in revenue from one year to
recognizes a total of $56,091,206 in new revenues and           the next. This means that revenue projections for the
$24,879,067 of transfers-in to various funds. This              upcoming year are often inaccurate due to this volatility.
budget also appropriates a total of $50,346,480 in new          The problem is driven in large part by the unique
authorizations with $24,879,067 of transfers-out to other       situation of getting over 90% of all our annual revenues
funds. Overall the 2011 City budget not only represents         from the oil industry. The assessments that those oil
a true balanced budget, but it also increases our               industry revenues are based upon are routinely
reserves by setting aside over $7.7 million in additional       challenged and are most often determined by external
funding in various accounts for future use.                     authorities, after the budget it affects has been
                                                                implemented.



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Therefore trying to set service levels (i.e. expenditures)         earlier, it is always difficult to come up with an estimate
based on anticipated revenues alone would be                       that considers realistic expectations against a
extremely problematic for the City of Valdez. Doing so             reasonably conservative hedge regarding the external
would likely entail cutting and/or adding back services            forces controlling this process.         But after careful
almost every year; which is not a very efficient method            consideration, it was deemed prudent to take this
of service delivery. It would also introduce uncertainty           conservative planning stance.
and unnecessary disruption within the community,
making potential economic growth that much more                    General Fund Highlights
difficult.
                                                                      •   Revenues are up 10.70%
Therefore this budget strives to strike a balance                     •   City Operational Expenditures are up 3.94%
between providing stable municipal services and                       •   Contribution to the Hospital is down 5.55 %
configuring the City to weather our revenue                           •   Contribution to the School District is unchanged
uncertainties. This is done by taking a long-term view                •   Capital Projects Spending is down 36.80%
of our situation.     It involves squeezing as much                   •   Major Maintenance is up 6.22%
efficiency as possible out of our operations, without                 •   Major Equipment is up 16.72%
gutting our ability to either get the job done or to be
proactive; it involves aggressively defending our                  School District
position with external authorities to promote equitable
funding; it means putting money away in the good years             Explaining how the City funds the School District has
and understanding that depletion of reserves may                   historically been a very confusing matter. Due to our
become necessary during the bad years; and finally it              two different fiscal years, the numbers the City used in
dictates that we promote economic development and                  its budget were always different from the one’s the
strive to lower the cost of energy to further diversify and        School District published in theirs. Therefore last year
strengthen our economy. This approach is not simple                the City implemented a new approach to funding the
or obvious to someone only looking at a one year                   School District. Two significant changes were made.
budget planning cycle. Instead it takes patience, vision,
and discipline to achieve the desired long term results.           First, the City had previously always been 6 months
This is something the City Council has been working                behind the School District’s fiscal year. This was a
toward for several years now.                                      problem because we were constantly reacting to a
                                                                   budget that was already in play. So last year the City
Regarding the revenue estimate for the 2011 budget, it             added funding to its budget to get us out in front of the
was largely based on the 2010 State Assessment                     School District’s fiscal year by 6 months. This now
Review Board value for TAPS, less 4%.       As noted               allows the City to notify the School District of the

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amount of City funding that will be available to them in           Bottom Line
advance of their next budget preparation cycle.
                                                                   Overall, The City Council and City Administration
The second change was the adoption of an internal                  believe the 2011 budget to represent a realistic and
budgeting ordinance for City Administration.        This           conservative fiscal plan for the next 12 months.
ordinance made it possible for the budgeting numbers               However, the public should be aware that our pending
from both organizations to be the same each year. This             litigation over TAPS still looms large. This budget
was done by creating a stabilization account to act as a           proposal was designed to maintain the status quo only;
type of fiscal shock absorber between the two different            it was not designed to address any negative effect that
fiscal years.                                                      may result over the TAPS litigation. Dealing with such
                                                                   negative effects would literally send us back to the
This new approach was implemented just as the 2010                 drawing board and all aspects of this budget would
budget was being finalized. So the 2011 budget is                  need to be re-evaluated.
really the first full budget planning cycle to use this new
budgeting concept.                                                 While some spending is up in 2011, the balance of
                                                                   government spending was contained as much as
Significant Impact on 2011 Budget                                  possible. The city is currently experiencing increased
                                                                   revenues, but the reliability of that revenue into the
During 2010 the City experienced two positive                      future remains uncertain. It is therefore prudent to
influences to our revenue. First was a slight increase in          control growth, take care of one time expenditures while
the 2010 assessment of the AS 43.56 property (TAPS -               we can, and to add to our reserves whenever possible.
oil and gas property) within our boundaries. The other             That has been the guiding philosophy used during the
was a favorable Superior Court ruling on the 2006                  development of this budget.
TAPS tax appeal case. Most significant in this decision
was the validation of valuation methodology used by the
City over that used by the TAPS owners. This is
significant because that could have a major affect on
the pending 2007 through 2009 cases. While this
outcome was certainly good news, the decision is
expected to be appealed to the Alaska Supreme Court.
Therefore final disposition of this matter may still be two
or three years away. In the meantime, all revenues
received from AS 43.56 properties, should still be
considered potentially at risk.


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                                          CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                2011 BUDGET
                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Description                             Page              Description                     Page
______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Budget Overview
Changes in Fund Balance Summary             12
All Funds Budget Summary                    13-14
General Fund Revenues and Transfers In      15
General Fund Expenditures and Transfers Out 16
2011 Budget Narrative                       17-23
Debt Service Schedule                       24
2011 Organizational Chart                   25
Historical Staffing Table                   26
2011 Employee Listing                       27
2011 Bi Weekly Pay Schedule                 28-29
                                                              Changes in Fund Balance Summary



2010 Summary                      2010 Beginning       2010 Estimated 2010 Estimated            2010 Available    2010 Estimated 2010 Budgeted     2010 Ending   2010 Ending
Fund                                Fund Balance            Revenues     Transfers In            Fund Balance    Actual Expenses   Transfer Out   Fund Balance Surplus/Deficit
General Fund                          12,196,444           53,329,780      1,485,254               67,011,478         28,659,202    22,937,068      15,415,208      3,218,764
Harbor Fund                              656,460            1,119,339         13,600                1,789,399             876,486      191,410         721,503         65,043
Debt Service Fund                     15,875,793              467,843     13,714,322               30,057,958           9,991,443   10,000,000      10,066,515    (5,809,278)
CF Fund*                               9,000,234              136,000      5,296,483               14,432,717           6,810,667      807,359       6,814,691    (2,185,543)
Permanent Fund                       115,589,073            1,713,579         12,000              117,314,652             238,600    1,485,254     115,590,798          1,725
Reserve Fund                          17,779,145              485,638      9,326,809               27,591,592           6,925,452            -      20,666,140      2,886,995
Port Fund                                335,997              374,502        255,374                  965,873             574,361            -         391,512         55,515
Utility Fund                           1,224,257              483,426        610,559                2,318,242           1,101,671            -       1,216,571         (7,686)
Airport Fund                             237,518              140,936        222,466                  600,920             302,702            -         298,218         60,700
MKG Clinic Fund                          181,155              101,495               -                 282,650              87,468            -         195,182         14,027
Total Governmental Funds             173,076,076           58,352,538     30,936,867              262,365,481         55,568,052    35,421,091     171,376,338     (1,699,738)


2011 Summary                      2011 Beginning       2011 Budgeted 2011 Budgeted              2011 Available    2011 Budgeted 2011 Proposed      2011 Ending   2011 Ending
Fund                                Fund Balance            Revenues   Transfers In              Fund Balance    Actual Expenses  Transfer Out    Fund Balance Surplus/Deficit
General Fund                          15,415,208           50,941,398    1,733,836                 68,090,442         29,720,845   22,954,389       15,415,208              -
Harbor Fund                              721,503            1,154,986             -                 1,876,489             964,144     190,842          721,503              -
Debt Service Fund                     10,066,515              529,506    7,505,580                 18,101,601           7,505,580           -       10,596,021       529,506
CF Fund*
    Fund                               6,814,691              135,000    2,155,000                  9,104,691           5,500,000                    3,604,691    (3,210,000)
Permanent Fund                       115,590,798            1,949,661             -               117,540,459             215,825   1,733,836      115,590,798              -
Reserve Fund                          20,666,140              294,000   12,464,112                 33,424,252         12,114,091            -       21,310,161       644,021
Port Fund                                391,512              323,726      262,801                    978,039             586,527           -          391,512              -
Utility Fund                           1,216,571              520,100      632,923                  2,369,594           1,153,023           -        1,216,571              -
Airport Fund                             298,218              141,350      214,815                    654,383             356,165           -          298,218              -
MKG Clinic Fund                          195,182              101,479             -                   296,661              94,265           -          202,396         7,214
Total Governmental Funds             171,376,338           56,091,206   24,969,067                252,436,611         58,210,465   24,879,067      169,347,079    (2,029,259)

* Estimated Revenues in Capital Facilities Fund includes estimated reimbursement from Grant expenditures




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                                                         City of Valdez

                                                   All Funds Budget Summary


2011 All Funds Summary                                   2010 Original Budget   2010 Amended      2010 Estimated     2011 Adopted

2011 General Fund Budget Summary
   Total General Fund Revenues                                    46,097,842         51,477,928        53,329,780        50,941,398
   Total Transfers to the General Fund                             1,485,254          1,485,254         1,485,254         1,733,836
   Total GF Expenditures                                          28,247,899         29,376,502        28,659,202        29,720,845
   Total GF Fund Transfers out                                    19,335,197         22,937,068        22,937,068        22,954,389
      Net GF Fund Activity                                                 -            649,612         3,218,764                 -

2011 Utility Fund Budget Summary
   Total Utility Fund Revenues                                        557,500           557,500           483,426           520,100
   Total GF transfer to the Utility Fund                              585,559           610,559           610,559           632,923
   Total Sewer Expenditures                                           513,695           513,695           500,861           533,438
   Total Water Expenditures                                           629,364           654,364           600,810           619,585
      Net Utility Fund Activity                                             -                 -            (7,686)                -

2011 Port Fund Budget Summary
   Total Port Fund Revenues                                           365,959           365,959           374,502           323,726
   Total GF transfer to the Port Fund                                 251,374           255,374           255,374           262,801
   Total Port Expenditures                                            617,333           621,333           574,361           586,527
      Net Port Fund Activity                                                -                 -            55,515                 -

2011 Airport Fund Budget Summary
   Total Airport Fund Revenues                                        145,436           145,436           140,936           141,350
   Total GF transfer to the Airport Fund                              222,466           222,466           222,466           214,815
   Total Airport Expenditures                                         367,902           367,902           302,702           356,165
       Net Airport Fund Activity                                            -                 -            60,700                 -

2011 Harbor Fund Budget Summary
   Total Harbor Fund Revenues                                      1,089,460          1,089,459         1,119,339         1,154,986
   Total GF transfer to Harbor Fund                                        -             13,600            13,600                 -
   Total Harbor transfer to Reserve Fund                             191,411            191,410           191,410           190,842
   Total Harbor Expenditures                                         898,049            911,649           876,486           964,144
      Net Harbor Fund Activity                                             -                  -            65,043                 -

2011 Reserve Fund Summary
   Total GF transfer to MM & ME                                    3,139,161          3,854,161         3,854,161         3,458,925
   Total GF transfer to Council Contingency                          200,000            200,000           200,000           205,952
   Total GF transfer to Leave Liability                              225,000            225,000           225,000           175,000
   Total GF transfer to PF Reserve                                 1,485,254          1,485,254         1,485,254         1,733,836
   Total GF transfer to Landfill Closure                             275,399            275,399           275,399           275,399
   Total GF transfer to Major Renovations Reserve                    738,585            738,585           738,585         5,000,000
   Total Harbor Transfer to Harbor Maint & Replacement               191,410            191,410           191,410           190,842
   Total GF Transfer to Budgetary Stabilzation Account               250,000            250,000           250,000                 -
   Total GF Transfer to Road/Sidewalks Repair                        252,000            342,000           342,000           200,000
   Total GF Transfer for Energy Assistance                                 -             90,000            90,000           115,000
   Total GF Transfer to Master Planning                                    -            130,000           130,000           440,000
   Total GF transfer to Harbor Maint & Replacement                   400,000            400,000           400,000           309,158
   Total GF Transfer for Beauification                                     -                  -                 -           115,000
   Total GF Transfer for Land Development                                  -          1,045,000         1,045,000                 -
   Total GF Transfer to Nuisance Abatment Program                    100,000            100,000           100,000            90,000
   Total GF Transfer To Disaster Prep                                      -                  -                 -            65,000
   Other Reserve Fund Revenues                                       162,145            194,679           485,638           294,000
   Total Reserve Fund Expenditures                                 4,022,172          6,634,493         6,925,452         7,595,106
      Net Reserve Activity Activity                                3,296,782          2,886,995         2,886,995         5,073,006



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                                                       City of Valdez

                                                  All Funds Budget Summary


2011 All Funds Summary                                  2010 Original Budget   2010 Amended        2010 Estimated     2011 Adopted

2011 MKG Clinic Fund Budget Summary
   Total MKG Clinic Fund Revenues                                    100,929           100,929             101,495           101,479
   Total MKG Clinic Expenditures                                      81,016            89,515              87,468            94,265
      Net MKG Clinic Fund Activity                                    19,913            11,414              14,027             7,214

2011 Pemanent Fund Budget Summary
   Total Permanent Fund Revenues                                  1,713,579          1,713,579           1,713,579         1,949,661
   Total Permanent Expenditures                                     228,325            240,325             238,600           215,825
   Total PF Transfer out                                          1,485,254          1,485,254           1,485,254         1,733,836
      Net Permanent Fund Activity                                         -            (12,000)            (10,275)                -

2011 Debt Service Fund Budget Summary
   Total Debt Service Fund Revenues                                 467,843            467,843             467,843           529,506
   Total GF transfer to Debt Service Fund                         8,000,000         13,714,322          13,714,322         7,505,580
   Total Debt Service Expenditures                                4,277,121          9,991,443           9,991,443         7,505,580
   Total Transfers Out to CF                                              -         10,000,000          10,000,000                 -
      Net Debt Service Fund Activity                              4,190,722         (5,809,278)         (5,809,278)          529,506

2011 Capital Facility Fund Budget Summary
   GF transfer to the CF Fund                                     3,410,000           5,296,483          5,296,483         2,155,000
   Total Reserve Fund Transfer In                                         -                   -                  -                 -
   CF Fund Interest Revenue                                          11,437              11,437            136,000           135,000
   Total CF Transfer to Reserve Fund                                807,359             807,359            807,359                 -
   Community Investment Expenditures                              3,410,000           9,500,000          6,810,667         2,155,000
      Net Comm Investment Fund Non- Project Activity               (795,922)         (4,999,439)        (2,185,543)          135,000

Grand Total Budgeted Revenues                                    50,712,130         56,124,749          58,352,538        56,091,206
Grand Total Budget Transfers In                                  20,609,462         28,967,867          28,967,867        24,879,067
Grand Total Budget Expenditures                                  40,835,505         50,729,528          47,396,359        42,840,900
Debt Paydown in excess of Debt Service Schedule                   2,457,371          8,171,693           8,171,693         7,505,580
Grand Total Budget Transfers Out
               g                                                 21,819,221         35,421,091          35,421,091        24,879,067




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                                              General Fund Revenues and Transfers In

2011 General Fund                                                                                                 2011 Budgeted         Variance From            %
 Revenue Class                           2010 Original Budget        2010 Amended           2010 Estimated          Revenues             2010 Budget       Variance

Real Property & Other Taxes              $          42,478,355   $         47,845,138   $        48,185,738   $        46,336,333   $         3,857,978           9.08%
Interest                                 $              18,059   $             18,059   $           962,978   $           952,000   $           933,941        5171.61%
Other GF Revenues:
  Licenses & Permits                     $              14,100   $             14,100   $            16,500   $            13,500   $              (600)         -4.26%
  State & Federal Grants                 $             341,078   $            341,078   $           341,078   $           341,058   $               (20)         -0.01%
  State Shared Revenues                  $           2,243,650   $          2,243,650   $         2,469,582   $         2,094,000   $          (149,650)         -6.67%
  Payment in Lieu of Taxes               $             440,300   $            440,300   $           737,885   $           602,300   $           162,000          36.79%
  Service Charges                        $             376,700   $            376,700   $           419,233   $           409,432   $            32,732           8.69%
  Utilities Charges                      $              65,200   $             65,200   $            80,850   $            65,500   $               300           0.46%
  Parks & Recreation                     $              67,250   $             67,250   $            62,786   $            60,925   $            (6,325)         -9.41%
  Fines                                  $              27,900   $             27,900   $            15,600   $            26,900   $            (1,000)         -3.58%
  Miscellaneous                          $              25,250   $             38,553   $            37,550   $            39,450   $            14,200          56.24%
Total Other GF Revenues                              3,601,428              3,614,731             4,181,064             3,653,065   $            51,637           1.43%
    Total General Fund Revenues                     46,097,842             51,477,928            53,329,780            50,941,398   $         4,843,556          10.51%

2010 Other Fund Transfers
Transfers to the General Fund
From Permanent Fund                      $           1,485,254   $          1,485,254   $         1,485,254   $         1,733,836   $           248,582          16.74%
From Debt Service Fund                   $                   -                                                                      $                 -           0.00%
   Total Transfers to the General Fund   $           1,485,254   $          1,485,254   $         1,485,254   $         1,733,836   $           248,582          16.74%

Total General Fund Revenues&Trsfrs In    $          47,583,096   $         52,963,182   $        54,815,034   $        52,675,234   $         5,092,138          10.70%




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                                              General Fund Expenditures and Transfers Out

2011 General Fund                                                                                                                       Variance From            %
Expenditures by Department                2010 Original Budget        2010 Amended          2010 Estimated        2011 Requested         2010 Budget       Variance

Hospital                                  $             914,760   $           914,760   $           914,476   $           863,961   $           (50,799)         -5.55%
Public Safety Support                     $             891,048   $           891,048   $           887,972   $           912,870   $            21,822           2.45%
Fire/EMS                                  $           1,450,161   $         1,472,461   $         1,413,784   $         1,567,787   $           117,626           8.11%
Animal Control                            $             220,587   $           224,986   $           224,590   $           257,184   $            36,597          16.59%
Law Enforcement                           $           1,523,849   $         1,552,849   $         1,542,431   $         1,639,272   $           115,423           7.57%
Building Maintenance                      $           1,183,317   $         1,184,818   $         1,075,954   $         1,316,373   $           133,056          11.24%
Streets/Shop                              $           1,700,992   $         1,720,192   $         1,672,848   $         1,863,379   $           162,387           9.55%
Information Technology                    $             927,852   $           941,551   $           886,494   $           897,933   $           (29,919)         -3.22%
Administration                            $             705,505   $           715,504   $           666,134   $           767,109   $            61,604           8.73%
Finance                                   $             848,567   $           854,067   $           831,850   $           889,999   $            41,432           4.88%
City Council                              $             286,139   $           286,139   $           254,739   $           325,339   $            39,200          13.70%
City Clerk                                $             275,279   $           275,279   $           237,679   $           264,570   $           (10,709)         -3.89%
Community Development                     $             643,384   $           643,685   $           592,508   $           645,069   $             1,685           0.26%
Economic Initiatives                      $             276,400   $           286,400   $           275,096   $           191,755   $           (84,645)        -30.62%
Law                                       $           1,500,000   $         2,100,000   $         2,100,000   $         1,950,000   $           450,000          30.00%
Insurance                                 $             648,927   $           662,230   $           658,927   $           706,812   $            57,885           8.92%
Engineering                               $             506,014   $           506,014   $           460,805   $           516,466   $            10,452           2.07%
Library                                   $             391,519   $           403,919   $           396,581   $           408,129   $            16,610           4.24%
Parks & Recreation                        $             652,881   $           662,462   $           598,427   $           667,499   $            14,618           2.24%
Civic Center                              $             695,291   $           719,211   $           682,210   $           732,690   $            37,399           5.38%
Parks Maintenance                         $             414,138   $           417,638   $           376,343   $           427,632   $            13,494           3.26%
Solid Waste                               $           1,061,393   $         1,133,393   $         1,101,458   $           899,621   $          (161,772)        -15.24%
Valdez City Schools                       $           9,194,896   $         9,194,896   $         9,194,896   $         9,194,896   $                 -           0.00%
Community Service Organizations           $           1,585,000   $         1,613,000   $         1,613,000   $         1,814,500   $           229,500          14.48%
    Total Departmental Expenditures       $          28,497,899   $        29,376,502   $        28,659,202   $        29,720,845   $         1,222,946           4.29%

2010 General Fund Transfers
Expenditures by Fund
To           Fund
To Utilities Fund                         $             585,559
                                                            559   $               599
                                                                              610,599   $           610 599
                                                                                                    610,599   $           632,923
                                                                                                                          632 923   $            47 364
                                                                                                                                                 47,364             09%
                                                                                                                                                                  8.09%
To Airport Fund                           $             222,466   $           222,466   $           222,466   $           214,815   $            (7,651)         -3.44%
To Port Fund                              $             251,375   $           255,374   $           255,374   $           262,801   $            11,426           4.55%
   Subtotal for Subsidy                   $           1,059,400   $         1,088,439   $         1,088,439   $         1,110,539   $            51,139           4.83%

To Reserve Fund for Council Contingency   $             200,000   $           200,000   $           200,000   $           205,952   $             5,952           2.98%
To Capital Facilities Fund                $           3,410,000   $         5,296,483   $         5,296,483   $         2,155,000   $        (1,255,000)        -36.80%
To Reserve for Major Equipment            $           1,187,063   $         1,337,063   $         1,337,063   $         1,385,486   $           198,423          16.72%
To Reserve for Leave Liability            $             225,000   $           225,000   $           225,000   $           175,000   $           (50,000)        -22.22%
To Reserve Fund for Major Maintenance     $           1,952,098   $         2,517,098   $         2,517,098   $         2,073,439   $           121,341           6.22%
To Reserve to Road/Sidewalks Repair       $             252,000   $           342,000   $           342,000   $           200,000   $           (52,000)        -20.63%
To Reserve to Energy Assistance           $                   -   $            90,000   $            90,000   $           115,000   $           115,000         100.00%
To Reserve Master Planning                $                   -   $           130,000   $           130,000   $           440,000   $           440,000         100.00%
To Reserve for Beautification             $                   -   $                 -   $                 -   $           115,000   $           115,000         100.00%
To Reserve for Land Development           $                   -   $         1,045,000   $         1,045,000   $                 -   $                 -           0.00%
To Reserve for Disaster Prep              $                   -   $                 -   $                 -   $            65,000   $            65,000         100.00%
To Permanent Fund                         $                   -   $            12,000   $            12,000   $                 -   $                 -           0.00%
To Debt Service                           $           8,000,000   $         8,171,703   $         8,171,703   $         7,505,580   $          (494,420)         -6.18%
To PF Reserve                             $           1,485,254   $         1,485,254   $         1,485,254   $         1,733,836   $           248,582          16.74%
To Major Renovations Reserve              $             738,585   $           738,585   $           738,585   $         5,000,000   $         4,261,415         576.97%
To Landfill Closure                       $             275,399   $           275,399   $           275,399   $           275,399   $                 -           0.00%
To Harbor Maint & Replc Reserve           $             400,000   $           400,000   $           400,000   $           309,158   $           (90,842)        -22.71%
To Nuisance Abatment Program              $             100,000   $           100,000   $           100,000   $            90,000   $           (10,000)        -10.00%

   Total GF Fund Transfers                $          19,085,197   $        23,454,024   $        23,454,024   $        22,954,389   $         3,869,192          20.27%

Total General Fund Revenues&Trsfrs In     $          47,583,096   $        52,963,182   $        54,815,034   $        52,675,234   $         5,092,138          10.70%
Total General Expenditures &Trsfrs Out    $          47,583,096   $        52,830,526   $        52,113,226   $        52,675,234   $         5,092,138          10.70%
   Net General Fund Activity              $                   -   $           132,656   $         2,701,808   $                 -



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               MAP OF SOUTH CENTRAL ALASKA
                                                                           History
                                                                           The Port of Valdez was named in 1790 by Don Salvador Fidalgo
                                                                           for the celebrated Spanish naval officer Antonio Valdes y Basan.
                                                                           A town developed in 1898 as a debarkation point for men seeking
                                                                           a route to the Eagle Mining District and the Klondike gold fields.
                                                                           Valdez soon became the supply center of its own gold mining
                                                                           region, and incorporated as a City in 1901.

                                                                           The original town site of Valdez was completely destroyed on
                                                                           Good Friday in 1964 by the strongest recorded earthquake ever
                                                                           to strike the North American continent. This was registered as
                                                                           9.2 on the Richter scale. In addition, tsunamis generated by the
                                                                           earthquake ravaged the town. A tsunami wave in the Port of
                                                                           Valdez was recorded at 67 meters at Shoup Bay. Thirty-three
                                                                           (33) people, 5 percent of the population of Valdez were killed in
                                                                           this disaster. As a result, the town site was condemned and the
                                                                           city was relocated 4 miles to the west on more stable ground.

                                                                           During the 1970s, the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) was
                                                                           constructed for the transport of North Slope crude oil, stretching
                                                                           800 miles from Barrow on the North Slope to the ice free port of
                                                                           Valdez on the Prince William Sound. As the southern terminus of
                                                                           the Trans Alaska oil pipeline, Valdez became the largest crude oil
                                                                           port in North America. The oil is stored in Valdez, and from there
                                                                           it is transported via ocean going supertankers to locations in the
                        INTRODUCTION                                       continental U.S.

The City of Valdez, population 4,498, is located in South Central          On Good Friday in 1989, the supertanker Exxon Valdez, while
Alaska on Prince William Sound. It has a relatively mild climate,          maneuvering to avoid an iceberg ran aground on Bligh Reef in
which is attributed to the marine currents in, and weather                 Prince William Sound. The resulting oil spill was one of the
generated by, the Pacific Ocean. Its distinguishing characteristics        greatest man made environmental disasters to hit the North
are the incomparable rugged beauty of its natural mountain                 American continent. The oil fouled hundreds of miles of Prince
ringed setting, and its extremely high average annual snowfall of          William Sound shoreline, however contrary to popular belief, oil
almost 30 feet, the most of any city in the world at sea level.            neither approached nor contaminated the shores within the Port
                                                                           of Valdez. Still, the City of Valdez was the primary operational
                                                                           center for the cleanup of the massive oil spill.



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As a result of the 1989 spill, a new issue, oil spill response            Valdez is developing its winter tourism, promoting its winter
preparedness and oversight, became a regional industry and                sports as a result of its abundant snowfall, and proximity to the
significant economic sector in Valdez. The Prince William Sound           Chugach Mountains. Heli-skiing is a fast growing sport in the
Regional Citizens Advisory Council (PWSRCAC), overseeing                  Valdez area, and Valdez is the birthplace of the World Extreme
safety and spill response issues for oil transportation in Prince         Skiing Championships. Abundant snowmobiling opportunities
William Sound, was established as a watchdog organization.                have resulted in championship competitions in Valdez.
PWSRCAC has membership representation from communities,
Native Alaskans, and interested organizations of Prince William           Organization
Sound. Ship Escort and Response Vessel Service (SERVS) was                The City of Valdez is a home rule city, operating under a Council-
established with a fleet of modern vessels, home ported in                Manager form of government. The home rule charter, adopted by
Valdez, to escort oil tankers through Prince William Sound.               its residents, gives local government “all legislative powers not
These are equipped with state-of-the-art oil spill response               prohibited by law or charter” in accordance with the conditions,
equipment and technology, and are supported by a sophisticated            needs, and desires of the community.
ready response industry, for immediate response to oil spills.

Economy
The Valdez economy is dominated by transportation, mostly
related to the transportation of crude oil.         As America’s
northernmost ice free port, Port Valdez is a deep water fjord with
depths of 750 feet. Almost 20% of U.S. oil – approximately 85%
of West Coast oil - is transported through Port Valdez in the deep
draught oil supertankers, with hundreds of shipments annually.
Port Valdez is a major seaport, with a $48 million cargo and
container facility. Valdez processes cargo through the largest
floating concrete dock in the world, with 1,200 feet front and
water depth exceeding 18 feet.

The City also has a developed tourism economy, with between
150,000 and 180,000 people visiting Valdez annually, primarily in
the summer time. Sport fishing and sightseeing are significant
sectors of the economy.      In addition, although commercial
fishing is a minor player in the Valdez economy, the fish
processing plants located in Valdez are among the 10 largest
employers of the community.




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                           OVERVIEW                                                              BUDGET PROCESS

The City adopts an annual budget that represents a calendar                The budget process begins with a high level budget policy
year fiscal year, beginning on January 1st and ending on                   discussion between the City Council and the City Manager. The
December 31st.                                                             City Manager then provides the department heads with general
                                                                           budgetary guidelines to begin preparing their budgets. A budget
This 2011 Budget is the annual financial plan of the City. Much of         preparation package is assembled and distributed to department
the content and format of the budget is set by Municipal Code.             heads by the Finance Director, incorporating these guidelines.
This document becomes the legal spending plan of the City for              Follow-up meetings with the City Council are then scheduled (as
the calendar year, and as such becomes a permanent official                needed) to finalize the budget policy statement for that year. The
record of the City.                                                        City Council usually adopts their budget policy statement by late
                                                                           August or early September.
The budget expenditures comprise the appropriation, or legal
spending authority, set by the City Council. Revenues are the              Department directors, following guidance from the City Manager,
source of spending for the budget, but are not necessarily all             consistent with the budget policy statement, finish and submit a
appropriated.                                                              preliminary budget request to the Finance Director by mid-
                                                                           September. Conferences are scheduled between department
The level of spending authority for this budget is adopted at the          heads and the Budget Committee (City Manager, Assistant City
Department level. Budgetary transfers between line items in a              Manager, and Finance Director) to review and finalize
Department may be made upon the approval of the City                       recommended expenditure levels for each service and
Manager. Budgetary transfers between Departments or between                department. The City Manager then submits this recommended
Funds can only be made by the authority of the City Council.               draft budget to the City Council (customarily in mid to late
                                                                           October, but no later than the first regular Council meeting of
The officially adopted budget is formally integrated into the              November).
accounting system of the City.       This official spending plan is
audited annually. The prior year actual figures displayed in               After formal presentation of the City Manager’s recommended
columns of this budget are audited figures. Therefore the City’s           budget, a series of City Council budget work sessions and public
budget and audit are integrally linked.                                    hearings are scheduled. These budget work sessions allow the
                                                                           City Council and the public to scrutinize all aspects of the
The City of Valdez 2011 Budget is a balanced budget. For the               proposed budget, down to individual line item levels if necessary.
City of Valdez, a balanced budget requires the primary operating
fund of the City (the General Fund) to have combined revenues              Following review and revision by the City Council, one last public
that equal or exceed expenditures for that fund.                           hearing on the final draft budget is scheduled at least one week
                                                                           prior to the formal adoption of the budget. Final Budget Adoption
                                                                           must be accomplished by the City Council no later than the
                                                                           second meeting in December.




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                     BUDGET STRUCTURE
                                                                            The Health Insurance Fund is an internal service fund out of
The City of Valdez 2010 Budget consists of Revenues and                     which the City and two of its component units, the Valdez City
Expenditures grouped in Funds.      A Fund is a fiscal and                  Schools and the Valdez Museum and Historical Archives, pay the
accounting entity where revenues and expenditures are recorded              claims for self-insured health care.
and segregated to carry on specific activities or attain certain
objectives.                                                                    FUND NAME                               NUMBER
                                                                               General Fund                              001
The City of Valdez uses eleven Funds in its accounting system:                 Debt Service Fund                         205
                                                                               Health Insurance Fund                     210
The General Fund is the primary operating fund of the City. It is
                                                                               Capital Facilities Fund                   310
used to account for all financial resources, except those required
to be accounted for in another fund.                                           Reserve Fund                              350
                                                                               Port Fund                                 401
The Debt Service Fund is used primarily to account for the                     Harbor Fund                               402
accumulation of resources for, and the payment of, current or                  Utilities Fund                            403
future general long-term debt principal and interest.                          Airport Fund                              510
                                                                               Gilson Medical Center                     515
The Reserve Fund is used to account for the accumulation of                    Permanent Fund                            607
resources for, and the payment of specific ongoing programs and
physical assets, such as major equipment, which is budgeted
according to a multi year replacement schedule.                             The City of Valdez adopts a budget for ten of its eleven funds.
                                                                            Not included in this budget is the City of Valdez Health Insurance
The Capital Facilities Fund is utilized to account for financial            Fund. Since the City Council has no control over these claims, it
resources used for the construction and major renovations of                is excluded from the budgetary process. However, this fund is
capital facilities and infrastructure.                                      included in the City’s financial statements.

The Port Fund, The Harbor Fund, The Airport Fund, The Utilities             With few exceptions, appropriations for expenditures in all funds,
Fund, and The Clinic Fund are all special revenue funds, used to            except the Capital Facilities Fund and the Reserve Fund, lapse at
segregate revenues and expenditures for a specified purpose.                the end of the fiscal year. Specific exceptions to this are
This accounting provides a means to determine the extent to                 encumbered appropriations for contractual or professional
which the activity is self supporting.                                      services and capital equipment in all funds.

The Permanent Fund is used to report resources that are legally             Appropriations for expenditures in the Capital Facilities Fund and
restricted by City Charter to the extent that only 1.5% of the total        the Reserve Fund continue until fully expended or are cancelled
market value may be used on an annual basis for capital or                  by the City Council.
operating expenses of the City.



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                                                            2011 Budget Narrative



PRIMARY GENERAL FUND REVENUES

Real Property Taxes
The City of Valdez derives over 90 percent of its General Fund
revenues from real property taxes. Moreover, as of 2010, 93
percent of these are based on the assessed value of a portion of
the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) oil property. The
TAPS, for the transport of North Slope crude oil, stretches 800
miles from Barrow on the North Slope, to Valdez on Prince
William Sound, where the terminal is located. The value of the
pipeline and terminal attributed to Valdez is that portion which is
located within the City limits, and which amounts to 21.36 percent
of the entire TAPS.

The remaining 7 percent of the real property taxes come from the
valuation of non-oil, residential and commercial properties within
the City of Valdez.


Personal Property Taxes
The City of Valdez does not levy a personal property tax.




                                                                           Note: In 2010 the City of Valdez received a favorable judgment
                                                                           from the Superior Court of Alaska where the assessed valuation
                                                                           of TAPS for 2006 was increased to $1,187,961,010. This new
                                                                           valuation will result in additional revenue to the City of Valdez of
                                                                           approximately $23,759,220 plus interest. Since this decision is
                                                                           still under appeal by the TAPS owners the presentation above
                                                                           does not yet indicate this change.




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SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCES ON 2010 BUDGET                                  2011 budgeted line items for energy have been brought more
                                                                       in line with actual usage and historical trends.
Personnel
                                                                       School District
In 2010 the city completed a Workers Compensation audit that
resulted in an increase in budgeted costs for WC of $141,730           The Valdez School District operates on a different fiscal year
for 2011.                                                              than the City of Valdez. The School District fiscal year runs
                                                                       from July 1 to June 30. The City’s fiscal year is a calendar
The city experienced a decrease in the health insurance                year. This offset has historically created confusion regarding
exposure rate in 2010 which resulted in a decrease in the              the dollar amount that gets budgeted for the city’s contribution
budgeted amount for health insurance of $67,720.                       to the School District. The amount in the school district budget
                                                                       did not match the number in the city budget because of this
Also, during the preparation of the 2011 budget, the City              offset and because the city’s fiscal year lagged the school’s.
Council approved an across the board 2% COLA increase for
all regular city employees. This approved COLA adjustment              To help address this confusing matter, the City Council
for 2011 and the normal longevity increases resulted in an             appropriated sufficient funds in the 2010 budget to get the city
increase of $503,860 in personnel cost for the new fiscal year.        a head of the school district in the funding cycle. This enabled
                                                                       the city to ensure better accountability by establishing the
Total Personnel Cost Changes:                                          amount the School District can build their next budget on in
                                                                       advance.
Type                             Amount
PERS                              $77,332                              The City’s support of the School District is the single largest
Workers Comp                    $141,730                               expenditure the city makes. In 2011 the total amount
Health Ins                      ($67,720)                              appropriated for this purpose is $9,194,896. The City Council
Temp & OT Wages                  $ 82,275                              agreed to keep the School District’s funding at the same level
Salaries                        $264,767                               in 2011 as it was in 2010.
Other Benefits                     $5,476
Total:                          $503,860                               INDEBTEDNESS

                                                                       General Obligation Debt
Energy
                                                                       The City currently has $2,641,613 in general obligation (GO)
In 2008 the city experienced unprecedented increases in the
                                                                       debt. This includes $1,053,513 debt for school maintenance
cost of energy across the board. While the budget for energy
                                                                       and $1,588,100 for harbor maintenance. A debt service
expenses was increased in 2009 and 2010, these expenses
                                                                       schedule for the GO bonds follows this section.
have appeared to moderate somewhat. Consequently the




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                                                         2011 Budget Narrative

Of the school maintenance debt, 70 percent, or $737,459 is              The outstanding general obligation indebtedness of the City
reimbursable by the State of Alaska School Construction Debt            may not exceed fifteen percent of the assessed value of all
Retirement Program, approved by Alaska voters in the fall of            real and personal property of the City. The legal debt limit for
2002. This program reimburses up to 70% of construction or              the City is $358,838,532. It is calculated as follows:
renovation costs for approved projects that are financed by
GO bonds in the local communities. In addition, of the harbor             Net Assessed Value:                        $2,392,256,879
maintenance debt, 99.5 percent is reimbursable by the State               Total Debt Limit – 15% of Assessed Value   $ 358,838,532
of Alaska under their harbor deferred maintenance                         Total Current GO Debt                      $   2,641,613
reimbursement program.                                                    Remaining Debt Limit                       $ 356,196,919

In the spring of 2003, voters of the City of Valdez approved the        Exceptions to this debt limit include disaster bonds, mentioned
issuance of $17 million in GO debt based on this                        previously, and GO bonds issued for a municipally owned
reimbursement program, to replace or renovate the Junior                utility, or other revenue generating enterprise, additionally
High School, as well as to conduct other repairs on other               secured by a pledge of the revenue derived from operation.
school buildings. The City issued $2 million of this debt for
school maintenance in 2004. However, the City has not                   Other Debt
issued of the balance of these bonds for school construction
until changes in ongoing student enrollment are evaluated               In the fall of 2002, Valdez voters approved the issuance of $19
against the escalated project costs and other priorities within         million revenue bonds for the construction of the new hospital
the City.                                                               and long-term care facility in Valdez. Revenue bonds were
                                                                        issued for this facility in 2003.
In Valdez, GO bonds require authorization by the City Council
in the form of a resolution, and ratification by the majority of
qualified electors voting in any regular or special election.
The exception to voter ratification is GO disaster bonds,
approved by the City Council and issued in the case of natural
disasters or other calamities. These may only be issued for
the preservation and rehabilitation of municipal capital
improvements, not to exceed two percent of the total assessed
value of all real and personal property and must mature in not
more than ten years. In addition, these bonds are exempt
from the debt limit, as specified below.




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                               City of Valdez
                           Debt Service Schedule



Year   Hospital Revenue    Harbor GO - 2004   School GO - 2004        Total
2003   $      462,253.75   $            -     $            -     $     462,253.75
2004   $      849,037.50   $     112,526.10   $      73,174.13   $   1,034,737.73
2005   $      849,037.50   $     227,107.50   $     148,737.50   $   1,224,882.50
2006   $    1,514,037.50   $     226,437.50   $     152,337.50   $   1,892,812.50
2007   $    1,505,750.00   $     224,237.50   $     150,837.50   $   1,880,825.00
2008   $    1,492,187.50   $     227,037.50   $     149,337.50   $   1,868,562.50
2009   $    1,471,787.50   $     224,450.00   $     152,650.00   $   1,848,887.50
2010   $    1,632,812.50   $     226,287.50   $     150,450.00   $   2,009,550.00
2011   $    1,673,137.50   $     227,687.50   $     148,050.00   $   2,048,875.00
2012   $    1,703,075.00   $     228,937.50   $     150,650.00   $   2,082,662.50
2013   $    1,733,075.00   $     224,712.50   $     147,887.50   $   2,105,675.00
2014   $    1,757,950.00   $     225,162.50   $     149,912.50   $   2,133,025.00
2015   $    1,775,387.50   $     225,100.00   $     151,537.50   $   2,152,025.00
2016   $    1,777,650.00   $     229,500.00   $     152,737.50   $   2,159,887.50
2017   $    1,779,100.00   $     227,000.00   $     152,737.50   $   2,158,837.50
2018   $    1,780,062.50   $     229,250.00   $     152,487.50   $   2,161,800.00
2019   $    1,767,350.00   $     226,000.00   $     151,987.50   $   2,145,337.50
2020   $    1,751,487.50   $     227,500.00   $     151,237.50   $   2,130,225.00
2021   $    1,732,475.00   $     228,500.00   $     150,237.50   $   2,111,212.50
2022   $    1,710,312.50   $     229,000.00   $     148,987.50   $   2,088,300.00
2023   $             -     $     229,000.00   $     147,487.50   $     376,487.50
2024   $             -     $     208,500.00   $     140,737.50   $     349,237.50
2025   $             -     $            -     $            -     $            -
       $   30,717,966.25   $   4,633,933.60   $   3,074,199.13   $ 38,426,098.98




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                                                                                                      CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                                                          2011 Organization Chart - Regular Personnel


                                                                                                                CITY COUNCIL                                                          Total Reg Employee FTE=107.42
                                                                                                                      1 Mayor                                                         Total Temp/Part-Time FTE=20.37
                                                                                                                6 Council Members




                         CITY ATTORNEY                                                  CITY MANAGER-2                                                         CITY CLERK-2
                                                                                          1 City Manager                                                         1 City Clerk
                                                                                          1 Admin. Assist.                                                       1 Deputy Clerk
                                                                                                                                                                T/P-T= .26 FTE


                                                                               ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER-1
                                                                                  HUMAN RESOURCES
                                                                                    1 Assistant City Manager




COMMUNITY                                              FINANCE-7.00                        PORTS & HARBOR-8.75                          IT-3.6                   FIRE-10.53                                   POLICE-21.53
DEVELOPMENT-5                                          1 Director                          AIRPORT                                  1 Director                   1 Chief                                      JAIL/ANIMAL CTL
1 Director                                             1 Comptroller                       1 Director                               1 IT Manager                 3 Captains                                   PUBLIC SAFETY ADMIN SVCS
1 Planning Tech.                                       1 Cost Accountant                   1 Port Manager                           1 Desktop & Comm Analyst     3 Lieutenants                                1 Chief
1 Bldg. Inspector                                      1 Accounts Rec Mgr                  1 Harbormaster                           .6 IT Specalist              3 Engineers                                  2 Sergeants
1 Sr. Ofc. Asst.                                       1 Accounting Specialist             1 Office Manager.                                                     .53 Sr. Ofc. Asst.                           8 Officers
1 Senior Planning/GIS Tech                             .50 Day Care Grant Tech             1 Customer Svc. Rep.                                                T/P-T=0.64FTE                                  6 PSTs
T/P-T=0.88 FTE                                         .50 Customer Service Rep            1 Marine Equip. Op.                                                                                                1 PSAS/Jail Supervisor
                                                       1 Customer Service Rep              .75 Marine Lift Operator                                                                                           1 Admin Asst.
PARKS, RECREATION &                                                                        1 Port Maint. Mgr.                                                                                                 1 Animal Control
CULTURAL SRVS-13.32                    CAPITAL FACILITIES-11.7                             1 Port Security/Maint. Tech                                                 21.00-PUBLIC WORKS                     1 Assistant ACO (currently 0.53 FTE)
CIVIC CENTER                                1 Director                                     T/P-T=.38FTE (Port)                                                                         1 Director             0.53 PST Assistant (replaces 0.5 in Temp)
LIBRARY                                                                                    T/P-T=3.08 FTE (Harbor)                                                                                            T/P-T=.19 FTE
1 Director
.6 Sr. Ofc Asst.
1 Park Maintenance Supvervisor
1 Teen Center Coordinator         ENGINEERING                          BUILDING MAINT.                                              SHOP/STREETS                                      SOLID WASTE                  WATER/SEWER
1 Recreation Supervisor            1 Sr Project Manager                1 Maint Superintendent                                       1 Shop Foremen/Heavy Equip Operator               1 Foreman                     1 Utilities Manager
1 Civic Center Manager             1 Project Manager                   1 Maint Foreman                                              1 Street Foreman                                  1 Solid Waste Tech I          2 Utilities Technician
1 Tech/Maint. Coord.              .5 Admin Asst.                       3 Maint Techs.                                               1 Small Fleet Manager                             1 Solid Waste Tech II         1 Heavy Equip Oper
2 Events Attendants              T/P-T=0.25 FTE                        .5 Admin Asst.                                               1 Lead Operator                                   3 Refuse Collectors           1 Environmental Tech.
.4 Sr. Ofc. Asst.                                                      1 Hospital Bldgs & Grnd Mgr                                  4 Heavy Equip Operators
1 Head Librarian                                                       1.7 Hospital Bldg Maint Tech                                 1 Admin Assistant
1 Circulation Supervisor                                               T/P-T=1.07 FTE (Bldg Main)                                   T/P-T= .65FTE
1.78 Library Assts.
.53 Rec Activity Coord
T/P-T=.30 FTE (Library)
T/P-T-8.80 FTE (P&R)
T/P-T=2.15 FTE (Civ. Ctr)
T/P-T=1.72 FTE (Park Main)




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                                                                        REGULAR EMPLOYEES


         DESCRIPTION          2004     2005     VARIANCE   2006     VARIANCE     2007   variance    2008     VARIANCE      2009 Variance      2010 Variance       2011 Varience


JAIL/PSAS                      9.900    9.950     0.050    10.150     0.200     9.150    (1.000)     8.150   (1.000)     8.150    0.000     8.150    0.000       8.680    0.530
FIRE/EMS                      10.000   10.000     0.000    10.000     0.000    10.000     0.000     10.530    0.530     10.530    0.000    10.530    0.000      10.530    0.000
ANIMAL CONTROL                 1.800    1.800     0.000     1.800     0.000     1.000    (0.800)     1.000    0.000      1.530    0.530     1.530    0.000       2.000    0.470
LAW ENFORCEMENT               10.850   10.850     0.000    10.850     0.000    10.850     0.000     10.850    0.000     10.850    0.000    10.850    0.000      10.850    0.000
SUBTOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY        32.550   32.600     0.050    32.800     0.200    31.000      -1.800   30.530   (0.470)    31.060    0.530    31.060    0.000      32.060    1.000

STREETS/SHOP                   7.200    7.200     0.000     7.150    (0.050)    6.900    (0.250)     7.050   0.150       7.050    0.000     7.050     0.000      9.250     2.200
SOLID WASTE                    5.700    6.030     0.330     5.990    (0.040)    5.800    (0.190)     5.850   0.050       6.910    1.060     6.810    (0.100)     6.250   (0.560)
SUBTOTAL PUBLIC WORKS         12.900   13.230     0.330    13.140    (0.090)   12.700    (0.440)    12.900   0.200      13.960    1.060    13.860    (0.100)    15.500     1.640

BUILDING MAINT. / HOSP/CLI     4.900    6.900     2.000     6.850    (0.050)    7.100     0.250      7.100   0.000       8.800    1.700     8.700    (0.100)     8.700    0.000
ENGINEERING                    3.000    2.400    (0.600)    2.600     0.200     3.000     0.400      3.000   0.000       3.000    0.000     3.000     0.000      3.000    0.000
SUBTOTAL CAP. FACILITIES       7.900    9.300     1.400     9.450     0.150    10.100      0.650    10.100   0.000      11.800    1.700    11.700    (0.100)    11.700    0.000

INFORMATION SYSTEMS            0.500    0.000    (0.500)    1.000     1.000     1.500     0.500      2.800    1.300      3.600    0.800     3.600     0.000      3.600     0.000
ADMINISTRATION                 4.500    4.750     0.250     4.500    (0.250)    4.500     0.000      3.000   (1.500)     3.000    0.000     3.000     0.000      3.000     0.000
FINANCE                        4.157    4.159     0.002     4.159     0.000     4.159     0.000      5.689    1.530      5.689    0.000     6.530     0.841      6.530    0.000
CHILD CARE GRANT               0.627    0.624    (0.003)    0.591    (0.033)    0.891     0.300      0.591   (0.300)     0.591    0.000     0.500    (0.091)     0.470   (0.030)
CITY CLERK                     2.000    2.000     0.000     2.000     0.000     2.000     0.000      2.000    0.000      2.000    0.000     2.000     0.000      2.000     0.000
COMM & ECON DEVELOPMENT        4.000    3.600    (0.400)    3.600     0.000     5.200     1.600      5.200    0.000      5.200    0.000     5.200     0.000      5.000     0.000
SUBTOTAL GEN. GOVERNMENT      15.784   15.133    (0.651)   15.850     0.717    18.250     2.400     19.280    1.030     20.080    0.800    20.830     0.750     20.600   (0.030)

LIBRARY                        3.660    4.260     0.600     3.940    (0.320)    3.940     0.000      3.940   0.000       3.940    0.000     3.940    0.000       3.930    0.000
PARKS AND RECREATION           4.200    3.950
                                        3.950    (0.250)
                                                 (0.250)    3.300
                                                            3.300    (0.650)    3.300     0.0
                                                                                          0.000      3.300
                                                                                                     3.300   0.000
                                                                                                             0.000       3.830    0.530
                                                                                                                                  0.530     3.830    0.000
                                                                                                                                                     0.000       3.830    0.000
                                                                                                                                                                          0.000
CIVIC CENTER                   4.400    4.400     0.000     4.550     0.150     4.550     0.000      4.550   0.000       4.550    0.000     4.550    0.000       4.550    0.000
PARKS MAINTENANCE              1.000    1.000     0.000     1.000     0.000     1.000     0.000      1.000   0.000       1.000    0.000     1.000    0.000       1.000    0.000
SUBTOTAL PARKS, REC & CUL.    13.260   13.610     0.350    12.790    (0.820)   12.790     0.000     12.790   0.000      13.320    0.530    13.320    0.000      13.310    0.000

PORT                           1.675    1.825     0.150     2.775     0.950     2.775     0.000      3.025   0.250       3.025    0.000     2.900    (0.125)     2.900    0.000

SMALL BOAT HARBOR              4.375    4.805     0.430     4.875     0.070     4.875     0.000      4.625   (0.250)     4.625    0.000     4.450    (0.175)     5.200   0.750

AIRPORT TERMINAL               0.700    0.700     0.000     0.700     0.000     0.700     0.000      0.700   0.000       0.700    0.000     0.650    (0.050)     0.650    0.000

WATER                          2.300    2.135    (0.165)    2.080    (0.055)    2.200     0.120      2.600   0.400       3.100    0.500     3.000    (0.100)     2.750   -0.250
SEWER                          2.300    2.135    (0.165)    2.130    (0.005)    2.200     0.070      2.600   0.400       3.100    0.500     3.000    (0.100)     2.750   -0.250
SUBTOTAL UTILITIES             4.600    4.270    (0.330)    4.210    (0.060)    4.400     0.190      5.200   0.800       6.200    1.000     6.000    (0.200)     5.500    0.000


            TOTAL ALL FUNDS   93.744   95.473     1.729    96.590     1.117    97.590      1.000    99.150    1.560     104.770    5.620   104.770   (0.000)   107.420    3.360




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                CITY OF VALDEZ EMPLOYEE LISTING AS OF 01/01/2011
DEPT                         RANGE   DEPT                         RANGE   DEPT                         RANGE
CODE            NAME          STEP   CODE            NAME          STEP   CODE           NAME           STEP

        Jail                                 Shop/Streets                         Information Technology
 3150   COMER,W 15%          32F      4400   BLOOD, F 50%         14M      5050   COMER, J 60%             13D
 3150   CHRISTOFFERSEN, C    13B      4400   COMSTOCK, R          15F      5050   FARMER, C                33F
 3150   MOTT, L              16D      4400   DAVIS, R             14M      5050   MEDINA, S                16M
 3150   PLASTER, D           14J      4400   LARSON, T            16L      5050   VACANT                   13C
 3150   SMITH, E             13M      4400   VACANT               15A
 3150   WILLIAMS, S          13J      4400   RYMER, C             13E             Solid Waste
 3150   WINCHELL, A          14C      4400   SAXE, J 50%          14M      7300   CHRISTOFFERSON, K        16K
 3150   HODGKINS, A          14B      4400   SEAGRAVE, T          15L      7300   CLARK, L                 14F
 3150   SANTINA, A           14B      4400   TAYLOR, T            14K      7300   DAVIS, R                 13A
 3150   New Position 53%     10A      4400   WEAVER, L 25%        31K      7300   LUNT, R                  14J
                                      4400   HOFFMAN, R           17J      7300   MCCAIN, D                13D
        Fire/EMS                                                           7300   WEAVER, L 25%            31K
 3200   BANNER, D            19K           Administration                  7300   WINCHELL, J              13B
 3200   BORTON, D            14C      5100 FIFAREK, T              13J
 3200   LARSEN, K            11A      5100 HOZEY, J               UNGR
 3200   KEENEY, G            32F      5100 PHILLIPS, E             32F            Engineering
 3200   KIRKENDALL, K        14D                                           5780   BENDA, S                 15K
 3200   LARSEN, J            16D             Finance                       5780   VITITOW, L 50%           12C
 3200   BROWN, S             16A      5200   TOMPKINS, M 53%       11B     5780   MCCAY,J 50%              33D
 3200   SANDERS, S           14C      5200   MCCAY, M              14F     5780   O'BRIEN, J               30B
 3200   SHOOP, G             19F      5200   DAWSON, V             11B
 3200   WEBER, M             19E      5200   ROBERTS, D           13M+            Port
 3200   WAIDE, M             16A      5200   SAPP, W               32D     4500   BEAUDION, M 70%          15M
                                      5200   SCHANTZ, T            17K     4500   BENDA, S                 13F
      Animal Control                  5200   WEAVER, M             14J     4500   FEERO, K 75%             16F
 3400 KRAFT-ANDERSON, S       15K                                          4500   KINNEY, D 45%            31B
 3400 MALONE, L                9A          Day Care Administration
 3400 Temp 53%                        5200 TOMPKINS, M 47%         11B

        Police
 3500   COMER, W 85%          32F            Community Development                Small Boat Harbor
 3500   CONKLING, J           17E     5500   HANSEN, R             17K     4300   DAY, MARY                11F
 3500   GONDEK, J             16J     5500   FARLIN, W             11C     4300   KINNEY, D 45%            31B
 3500   HINKLE, B             18L     5500   ROBERTSON, L          16C     4300   RENNIE, K                13M
 3500   KING, K               17L     5500   VADEBONCOEUR          13F     4300   VONBARGEN, S             15F
 3500   MAJOR, J              16F     5500   VON BARGEN, L         31K     4300   WALLER, S                16K
 3500   METZGER, D            16E                                          4300   New Position 75%         13A
 3500   VALENTINE, W          15A            Library
 3500   MOTT, D               19J     6100   BAKER, S 89%          10E          Airport
 3500   SCHUMATE              16B     6100   WEGNER, T 15%         30E     4600 BEAUDION, M 30%            15M
 3500   CLEMENTS, C           15A     6100   LARCOM, D 60%         10B     4600 KINNEY, D 10%              31B
                                      6100   VACANT                16F     4600 FEERO, K 25%               16F
      Building Maintenance            6100   MOULTON, V 89%        10F
 4200 KINNEN, T              15M      6100   DAOST, L 40%          10A
 4200 SMITH, M               14B                                                  Water
 4200 SONTAG, B              14D             Parks & Recreation            7100   KELSEY, T 50%            15C
 4200 TETZ, K                16M      6200   WEGNER, T 70%        30E      7100   KOCH, B 50%              15K
 4200 MCCAY, J 50%           33D      6200   CLUBB, W             14D      7100   FRANK, E 50%             14M
 4200 WILSON, S              14L      6200   GIBBS, R.            14K      7100   NYLUND, P 50%            15B
 4200 VITITOW, L 50%         12C      6200   SWIERK, T. 60%       11F      7100   TOOMEY, D 50%            15D
      Hospital Maintenance            6200   VERFAILLE, P 53%     10A      7100   WEAVER, L 25%            31K
 0200 MCCAY, J 95%            14F
 0200 PLATT, D 95%            18J            Civic Center
 0200 INMAN, G (66.5%)        14B     6400   WEGNER, T 15%        30E
                                      6400   LUNT, P              16L             Sewer
      Clinic                          6400   REISWIG, E           11A      7200   KELSEY, T 50%            15C
 5260 MCCAY, J 5%             14F     6400   SWIERK, T. 40%       11F      7200   KOCH, B 50%              15K
 5260 PLATT, D 5%             18J     6400   TAYLOR, C            13M      7200   FRANK, E 50%             14M
 5260 INMAN, G (4.75%)        14B     6400   WESENBERG, K         11C      7200   TOOMEY, D 50%            15D
                                                                           7200   WEAVER, L 25%            31K
      City Clerk                           Parks Maintenance               7200   NYLUND, P 50%            15B
 5350 POWERS, H               15B     6500 ROBERTSON, M            15J
 5350 PIERCE, S               30K




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                                                        Bi Weekly Pay Schedule
                                                               1/1/2011
                                                                            2           2            3          3            3
YEARS    2010        2010        2010        2010           2010           2010        2010        2010        2010        2010
RANGE   Step A      Step B      Step C      Step D         Step E         Step F      Step J      Step K      Step L      Step M

        27,940.28   28,707.27   29,608.48   30,378.20      31,254.76      32,158.71   33,172.23   34,185.75   35,171.88   36,256.62
    6    1,074.63    1,104.13    1,138.79    1,168.39       1,202.11       1,236.87    1,275.86    1,314.84    1,352.76    1,394.49
            14.33       14.72       15.18       15.58          16.03          16.49       17.01       17.53       18.04       18.59

        29,603.48   30,387.10   31,257.79   32,157.51      33,173.31      34,189.12   35,175.90   36,249.75   37,468.72   38,484.52
    7    1,138.60    1,168.73    1,202.22    1,236.83       1,275.90       1,314.97    1,352.92    1,394.22    1,441.10    1,480.17
            15.18       15.58       16.03       16.49          17.01          17.53       18.04       18.59       19.21       19.74

        31,267.28   32,156.25   33,167.84   34,179.43      35,175.69      36,251.65   37,459.43   38,501.67   39,681.86   40,892.70
    8    1,202.59    1,236.78    1,275.69    1,314.59       1,352.91       1,394.29    1,440.75    1,480.83    1,526.23    1,572.80
            16.03       16.49       17.01       17.53          18.04          18.59       19.21       19.74       20.35       20.97

        33,171.55   34,179.70   35,171.60   36,257.80      37,464.34      38,498.51   39,675.77   40,895.31   42,261.20   43,562.05
    9     , 5 83
         1,275.83     ,3 60
                     1,314.60     ,35 5
                                 1,352.75     ,39 53
                                             1,394.53        , 09
                                                            1,440.94        , 80
                                                                           1,480.71     ,5 5 99
                                                                                       1,525.99     ,5 90
                                                                                                   1,572.90     ,6 5 3
                                                                                                               1,625.43     ,6 5 6
                                                                                                                           1,675.46
            17.01       17.53       18.04       18.59          19.21          19.74       20.35       20.97       21.67       22.34

        35,172.68   36,258.90   37,458.90   38,500.29      39,689.96      40,896.86   42,262.39   43,572.74   45,086.55   46,621.04
   10    1,352.80    1,394.57    1,440.73    1,480.78       1,526.54       1,572.96    1,625.48    1,675.87    1,734.10    1,793.12
            18.04       18.59       19.21       19.74          20.35          20.97       21.67       22.34       23.12       23.91

        37,462.82   38,491.21   39,677.53   40,893.23      42,263.20      43,572.19   45,087.60   46,622.84   48,246.23   50,005.51
   11    1,440.88    1,480.43    1,526.06    1,572.82       1,625.51       1,675.85    1,734.14    1,793.19    1,855.62    1,923.29
            19.21       19.74       20.35       20.97          21.67          22.34       23.12       23.91       24.74       25.64

        39,680.75   40,886.73   42,263.89   43,571.02      45,088.22      46,624.88   48,238.95   50,005.52   51,791.16   53,744.07
   12    1,526.18    1,572.57    1,625.53    1,675.81       1,734.16       1,793.26    1,855.34    1,923.29    1,991.97    2,067.08
            20.35       20.97       21.67       22.34          23.12          23.91       24.74       25.64       26.56       27.56

        42,260.48   43,569.73   45,077.81   46,627.40      48,239.10      50,004.09   51,789.81   53,737.10   55,502.10   57,528.12
   13    1,625.40    1,675.76    1,733.76    1,793.36       1,855.35       1,923.23    1,991.92    2,066.81    2,134.70    2,212.62
            21.67       22.34       23.12       23.91          24.74          25.64       26.56       27.56       28.46       29.50

        45,076.27   46,627.57   48,245.17   50,004.20      51,798.59      53,743.25   55,502.28   57,530.91   59,665.61   61,813.57
   14    1,733.70    1,793.37    1,855.58    1,923.24       1,992.25       2,067.05    2,134.70    2,212.73    2,294.83    2,377.45
            23.12       23.91       24.74       25.64          26.56          27.56       28.46       29.50       30.60       31.70




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                                                        Bi Weekly Pay Schedule
                                                               1/1/2011
                                                                             2            2             3           3            3
YEARS    2010        2010        2010        2010           2010            2010         2010         2010         2010        2010
RANGE   Step A      Step B      Step C      Step D         Step E          Step F       Step J       Step K       Step L      Step M

        48,238.82   50,007.58   51,799.98   53,748.45      55,503.02       57,527.16    59,664.80    61,821.36    63,878.60    66,115.56
   15    1,855.34    1,923.37    1,992.31    2,067.25       2,134.73        2,212.58     2,294.80     2,377.74     2,456.87     2,542.91
            24.74       25.64       26.56       27.56          28.46           29.50        30.60        31.70        32.76        33.91

        51,782.42   53,747.11   55,504.41   57,529.61      59,679.75       61,824.15    63,890.37    66,129.20    68,281.72    70,820.08
   16    1,991.63    2,067.20    2,134.79    2,212.68       2,295.37        2,377.85     2,457.32     2,543.43     2,626.22     2,723.85
            26.56       27.56       28.46       29.50          30.60           31.70        32.76        33.91        35.02        36.32

        55,495.09   57,519.03   59,667.01   61,812.82      63,886.82       66,128.82    68,298.13    70,829.66    73,048.06    75,747.73
   17    2,134.43    2,212.27    2,294.89    2,377.42       2,457.19        2,543.42     2,626.85     2,724.22     2,809.54     2,913.37
            28.46       29.50       30.60       31.70          32.76           33.91        35.02        36.32        37.46        38.84

        59,665.82   61,806.77   63,880.04   66,121.82      68,291.43       70,822.71    73,040.33    75,739.72    78,030.22    80,898.47
   18    2,294.84    2,377.18    2,456.92    2,543.15       2,626.59        2,723.95     2,809.24     2,913.07     3,001.16     3,111.48
            30.60       31.70       32.76       33.91          35.02           36.32        37.46        38.84        40.02        41.49

        63,88 9
        63,884.49   66,
                    66,124.14   68, 93 8
                                68,293.87    0,8 5 86
                                            70,825.86       3,0 9
                                                           73,042.94        5,     3
                                                                           75,742.43     8,033 0
                                                                                        78,033.01    80,90 36
                                                                                                     80,901.36    83, 56 5
                                                                                                                  83,456.75    86, 69 9
                                                                                                                               86,469.79
   19    2,457.10    2,543.24    2,626.69    2,724.07       2,809.34        2,913.17     3,001.27     3,111.59     3,209.88     3,325.76
            32.76       33.91       35.02       36.32          37.46           38.84        40.02        41.49        42.80        44.34

   20   68,296.29   70,820.93   73,039.06   75,738.40      78,031.86       80,897.07    83,452.32    86,465.20    89,333.78    92,660.58
         2,626.78    2,723.88    2,809.19    2,913.02       3,001.23        3,111.43     3,209.70     3,325.58     3,435.91     3,563.87
            35.02       36.32       37.46       38.84          40.02           41.49        42.80        44.34        45.81        47.52


                                             Exempt or Executive Schedule
   30   72,872.29   75,566.55   77,942.59   80,813.04     83,260.17      86,322.37      89,018.51    92,262.47    95,316.96    98,860.23
         2,802.78    2,906.41    2,997.79    3,108.19      3,202.31       3,320.09       3,423.79     3,548.56     3,666.04     3,802.32
            35.03       36.33       37.47       38.85          40.03         41.50          42.80        44.36        45.83        47.53

   31   77,939.10   80,799.20   83,253.33   86,310.60      89,014.31       92,258.75    95,316.02    98,851.64   102,101.49   105,919.95
         2,997.66    3,107.66    3,202.05    3,319.64       3,423.63        3,548.41     3,666.00     3,801.99     3,926.98     4,073.84
            37.47       38.85       40.03       41.50          42.80           44.36        45.83        47.52        49.09        50.92

   32   83,263.89   86,310.76   89,014.47   92,258.93      95,316.20       98,839.13   102,110.10   105,916.57   109,505.27   113,217.68
         3,202.46    3,319.64    3,423.63    3,548.42       3,666.01        3,801.51     3,927.31     4,073.71     4,211.74     4,354.53
            40.03       41.50       42.80       44.36          45.83           47.52        49.09        50.92        52.65        54.43

   33   89,031.85   92,276.93   95,334.80   98,850.31     102,116.20      105,922.94   109,521.65   113,224.38   117,207.52   121,302.56
         3,424.30    3,549.11    3,666.72    3,801.94       3,927.55        4,073.96     4,212.37     4,354.78     4,507.98     4,665.48
            42.80       44.36       45.83       47.52          49.09           50.92        52.65        54.43        56.35        58.32
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                                                                                                   2011 General Fund Revenues



                                                                              2007                               2008                                2009                                  2010                          2010                    2010                     2011
                                                                                                                                                                                       Adopted                      Amended                 Estimated                  Council
     Acct No                  Account Description                           Actual                             Actual                              Actual                              Budget                        Budget                  Budget                   Approved
                    TAXES
001‐0000‐31100      Real Property Taxes ‐ Current                              24,648,515                         31,415,295                          44,214,167                            42,127,855               47,494,638              47,845,138               45,931,333
001‐0000‐31400      Hotel & Motel Tax                                                368,696                           358,371                              402,462                               325,000                  325,000                 325,100                  385,000
001‐0000‐31410      Hotel & Motel Tax Penalty & In                                           350                            1,869                                   927                                   500                      500                     500                           ‐
001‐0000‐31700      Cruise Ship Passenger Tax                                                      ‐                                 ‐                        28,355                                            ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐31900      Penalty & Interest on Delinque                                     42,120                       1,581,099                                 55,552                                25,000                   25,000                  15,000                   20,000
001‐0000‐31950      Reimbursement of Foreclosure C                                                 ‐                        4,997                                6,890                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
                        Real Property & Other Taxes Total                      25,059,682                        33,361,631                           44,708,354                            42,478,355              47,845,138              48,185,738                46,336,333

               PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
001‐0000‐31120 Personal Property Taxes ‐ Curr                        4,950,853                                      3,931,816                                             ‐                                   ‐                         ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐31920 Penalty & Interest on Delinque                                         ‐                                144,990                                            ‐                                   ‐                         ‐                       ‐                        ‐
                       Personal Property Taxes Total                4,950,853                                       4,076,805                                             ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‐                           ‐                       ‐

                    LICENSES & PERMITS
001‐0000‐32100      City Business Licenses                                                   630                               510                                     
                                                                                                                                                                      16                                        ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐32110      Liquor Licenses                                                    12,300                               9,600                             12,300                                10,000                   10,000                  10,000                   10,000
001‐0000‐32200      Other Licenses                                                        1,394                           12,507                                    125                                         ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐32210      Building Permits                                                   65,165                             89,555                                 3,194                                 3,000                   3,000                   6,000                    3,000
001‐0000‐32212      Septic Reviews                                                        2,880                                      ‐                                    ‐                               600                      600                          ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34554      Animal Licenses                                                       1,398                             1,270                                   720                                   500                      500                     500                      500
                                 Licenses & Permits Total                              83,766                          113,442                                16,355                                14,100                   14,100                  16,500                   13,500

                    FEDERAL & STATE GRANTS
001‐0000‐33111      Homeland Security                                                     5,176                                      ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33114      Homeland Security Hazard Mitig
                    Homeland Security Hazard Mitig                                        5,370
                                                                                          5 370                             1,087
                                                                                                                            1 087                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33115      LEPC Grant 06                                                         2,343                             6,306                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33120      Marine First Responder Grant                                                   ‐                        7,756                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33401      ACMP Special Project Grant                                            4,244                                      ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33402      AK Cadastral Survey                                                62,300                                        ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33407      Citizen Corp Grant/EMPG Grant                                      23,125                               7,123                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33408      Coastal Zone Management Grant                                         2,599                             3,335                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33409      Day Care Grant                                                     29,483                             33,709                                          ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33410      Emergency Mgmt Grant                                                           ‐                      20,554                                          ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33413      Fire Department Grant                                                          ‐                                 ‐                              500                                         ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33416      Jail Grant                                                       320,328                           320,328                              320,328                               320,328                  320,328                 320,328                  320,358
001‐0000‐33417      LEPC Grant                                                            3,462                           10,589                                          ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33418      Library Consortium Grant                                           12,400                             12,400                              12,400                                12,400                   12,400                  12,400                   12,400
001‐0000‐33419      Library Grant                                                         6,250                             6,405                                7,015                                 6,350                   6,350                   6,350                    6,300
001‐0000‐33420      Litter Prevention Grant (ALPAR                                        2,000                             2,000                                2,000                                 2,000                   2,000                   2,000                    2,000
001‐0000‐33427      Police Grant                                                                   ‐                                 ‐                           7,725                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33430      SOA DNR Forestry Grant                                                5,962                             6,699                                5,000                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
                    Federal & State Grants Total                                     485,043                           438,290                              354,968                               341,078                 341,078                 341,078                  341,058

                    STATE SHARED REVENUE



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                                                                                           2011 General Fund Revenues



                                                                      2007                               2008                                2009                                  2010                          2010                    2010                     2011
                                                                                                                                                                               Adopted                      Amended                 Estimated                  Council
   Acct No               Account Description                        Actual                             Actual                              Actual                              Budget                        Budget                  Budget                   Approved
001‐0000‐31600   Telephone & Electric Coop Tax                               159,097                           154,810                              144,226                               140,000                  140,000                 148,000                  144,000
001‐0000‐33530   Raw Fish Tax                                                200,992                           311,010                                            ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33540   Shared Fisheries Business Tax                                 47,300                             22,458                                          ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33550   State Revenue Sharing Program                               279,497                           320,332                              325,462                                             ‐                       ‐          321,582                  150,000
001‐0000‐33592   National Forest Receipts                                      67,642                       2,804,866                            2,529,957                             2,103,650               2,103,650               2,000,000                1,800,000
001‐0000‐33594   PERS Legislative Relief                                     361,450                           998,696                              589,972                                             ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
                           State Shared Revenue Total                    1,115,976                          4,612,173                           3,589,618                             2,243,650                2,243,650               2,469,582                2,094,000

                 PAYMENT IN LIEU of TAXES
001‐0000‐33302   PILT ‐ Federal                                              874,087                           695,793                              713,638                               438,000                  438,000                 734,740                  600,000
001‐0000‐33620   PILT ‐ North Pacific Rim Housi                                   2,328                                      ‐                           1,524                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33640   PILT ‐ Alaska Housing Finance                                             ‐                                 ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐33920   Harbor Residential Surcharge                                     2,706                             2,792                                2,292                                 2,300                   2,300                   3,145                    2,300
                         Payment in Lieu of Taxes Total                      879,121                           698,586                              717,454                               440,300                 440,300                 737,885                  602,300

                 SERVICE CHARGES AND SALES
001‐0000‐34020   Civic Center Rental Fees                                      76,592                             52,359                              49,677                                70,000                   70,000                  65,000                   65,000
001‐0000‐34034   Civic Center Catering                                         24,877                             16,600                              25,010                                25,000                   25,000                  25,000                   25,000
001‐0000‐34036   Civic Center Movies                                              4,849                           50,556                            107,001                                 90,000                   90,000                  95,000                 120,000
001‐0000‐34038   Civic Center Concessions                                         2,424                           22,646                              20,954                                40,000                   40,000                  40,000                   50,000
001‐0000‐34130   Planning & Zoning Application                                    1,010                                700                                        ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34133   Copy Sales (BlueLine  Only)                                      1,126                                566                                  239                                   200                      200                     900                      200
001‐0000‐34136   Gravel Sales                                                  38,742                             10,692                              43,388                                   9,000                   9,000                   9,550                    9,000
001‐0000‐34140   Pay Phone Commisions                                                151                                  29                                     5                                      ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34160   Other Services & Sales                                              766                               782                              
                                                                                                                                                       (1,262)                                    700                      700               13,700                         700
001‐0000‐34204   Police Donations
                 Police Donations                                                      38                                    ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34210   Police Misc Revenue                                                 537                          19,580                                    500                                   500                      500                     100                      150
001‐0000‐34212   Police Fingerprint/Pictures                                      2,740                             2,620                                2,040                                 2,500                   2,500                   1,700                    2,500
001‐0000‐34214   Vehicle Inspection Fee                                                    ‐                           665                               2,832                                 2,500                   2,500                   1,500                    4,332
001‐0000‐34216   Police Process Service                                           1,216                             1,730                                1,051                                 1,000                   1,000                            ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34220   Fire Misc Training Revenue                                       1,185                                639                                  536                                   500                      500                          ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34224   CPR & 1st Aide                                                      520                                  45                                      ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34515   Ambulance Service                                             50,153                             30,628                              45,133                                30,000                   30,000                  30,000                   30,000
001‐0000‐34550   Animal Adoption Fees                                             1,905                             1,855                                2,515                                 1,800                   1,800                   2,020                    2,500
001‐0000‐35510   Bremner Street Assessments                                    28,457                               5,784                                6,380                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐36200   Property Rentals                                              92,535                             89,054                              94,444                              100,000                  100,000                 100,000                  100,000
001‐0000‐35520   Harbor Area LID (Water/ Sewer)                                   4,971                             3,780                                1,746                                          ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐36210   Equipment Rental                                                 4,160                             2,500                                2,236                                 3,000                   3,000                 34,763                              ‐
001‐0000‐36420   Donations & Contributions                                                 ‐                        1,029                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐36440   Animal Control Donations                                                  ‐                              79                                      ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                    50                       50
                          Service Charges & Sales Total                      338,954                           313,810                              404,422                               376,700                 376,700                 419,233                  409,432




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                                                                                               2011 General Fund Revenues



                                                                          2007                               2008                                2009                                  2010                          2010                    2010                     2011
                                                                                                                                                                                   Adopted                      Amended                 Estimated                  Council
    Acct No              Account Description                            Actual                             Actual                              Actual                              Budget                        Budget                  Budget                   Approved
                 UTILITIES
001‐0000‐34430   Dumpsters                                                         36,970                             43,453                              46,113                                40,000                   40,000                  30,000                   35,000
001‐0000‐34434   Port Refuse VCT Domestic                                             2,280                                240                                  120                                         ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34438   Port Refuse City Dock                                                   360                               360                                  240                                         ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34442   Solid Waste Revenue                                               30,947                             32,060                              32,310                                25,000                   25,000                  50,000                   30,000
001‐0000‐34444   Recycling                                                               707                               211                                  974                                   200                      200                     850                      500
                                        Utilities Total                            71,264                             76,323                              79,756                                65,200                   65,200                  80,850                   65,500

                 RECREATION ACTIVITIES
001‐0000‐34704   Alison Point Camping Fees                                            2,040                             2,000                                2,000                                 2,000                   2,000                   2,000                    2,000
001‐0000‐34706   Parks & Rec ‐  Rental Fees                                           1,062                                      ‐                           1,324                                          ‐                       ‐              1,775                        725
001‐0000‐34708   Park & Recraetion Special Even                                       5,396                                   75                                      ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34712   Sports League/Rifle Range Reve                                          366                                     ‐                                    ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34713   Teen Center Snak Bar/Vending                                                  ‐                                 ‐                                    ‐                         11,900                   11,900                  10,141                     9,000
001‐0000‐34714   Teen Center Rentals                                                  3,872                           16,693                              14,832                                   6,200                   6,200                   4,758                    5,200
001‐0000‐34715   Park & Recreation Revenue                                         23,353                             30,675                              26,922                                27,750                   27,750                  26,549                   26,000
001‐0000‐34720   Pool Revenue                                                      44,663                             37,847                              12,793                                19,400                   19,400                  17,563                   18,000
                             Recreation Activities Total                           80,752                             87,290                              57,870                                67,250                   67,250                  62,786                   60,925

               INTERDEPARTAMENTAL
001‐0000‐34602 Building Maintenance                                                   6,401                             4,036                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34604 Snow Removal                                                                    ‐                        4,821                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
001‐0000‐34606 Postage                                                                         ‐                        1,640                                         ‐                                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                        ‐
                          Interdepartamental Total                                   6,401                            10,497                                          ‐                                    ‐                        ‐                       ‐                        ‐

               FINES & FORFEITURES
               FINES & FORFEITURES
001‐0000‐34100 Ordinance Violations                                                16,121                             18,613                              20,363                                19,300                   19,300                    8,000                  19,300
001‐0000‐34552 Animal Fines                                                           3,119                             1,869                                1,950                                 2,000                   2,000                   1,000                    1,000
001‐0000‐35120 Library Fines                                                          7,379                             6,433                                7,875                                 6,600                   6,600                   6,600                    6,600
                             Fine & Forfeitures Total                              26,619                             26,915                              30,188                                27,900                   27,900                  15,600                   26,900

               MISC REVENUE
001‐0000‐34218 911 Surcharge                                                       22,972                             21,493                              20,586                       20,000                            20,000                  18,800                   20,000
001‐0000‐39600 Recovery of Written Off Accoun                                            937                               389                                        ‐                                   ‐                         ‐                       ‐                        ‐
               Misc Revenue Total                                                  23,909                             21,883                              20,586                       20,000                            20,000                  18,800                   20,000

               OTHER SALES
001‐0000‐34760 Library Sales                                                    1,584                                   1,914                                2,100                          1,450                          1,450                   1,450                    1,450
                                      Other Sales Total                        1,584                                    1,914                                2,100                         1,450                           1,450                   1,450                    1,450




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                                                                                            2011 General Fund Revenues



                                                                        2007                               2008                                2009                                 2010                         2010                   2010                    2011
                                                                                                                                                                                 Adopted                     Amended                Estimated                 Council
    Acct No                Account Description                         Actual                             Actual                             Actual                              Budget                       Budget                 Budget                  Approved


                  OTHER MISC REVENUE
001‐0000‐34766    Library Donations                                                   3,496                      4,460                                      6,233                                 3,800            3,800            3,800             4,500
001‐0000‐34950    Misc Sales                                                                   ‐                      2,569                                      77
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐34150    Gas Line Reimbursement                                                       ‐                          (90)                                       ‐                                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐39352    PY Property Tax Adj                                                          ‐             (1,676,578)                              (795,540)                                            ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐39530    Restitutions/Insurance Settlem                                           71                               ‐                                        ‐                                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐39610    Cash Over/Short                                                             6                            12                                  133                                         ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐39520    Reimbursements of Expenditures                                               ‐                     (6,963)                           135,173                                             ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
001‐0000‐39510    Other Misc Revenue                                               47,692                    
                                                                                                                  (46,641)                               63,431
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐           13,303           13,500            13,500
001‐0000‐39500    Revenue/Expense Clearing                                                     ‐                               ‐                                     ‐                                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                      ‐
                              Other Misc Revenue Total                             51,264            (1,723,232)                                     (590,492)                                   3,800          17,103          17,300           18,000

               INTEREST EARNINGS
001‐0000‐36140 Interest Charges on A/R and Ci                              10,004                                     3,007                                2,484                                   ‐                            ‐              2,000                   2,000
001‐0000‐36110 Interest Income                                           310,441                                 400,399                              346,037                       18,059                           18,059                960,978                 950,000
                              Interest Earnings Total                    320,445                                 403,406                              348,521                       18,059                           18,059               962,978                 952,000

                  GENERAL FUND REVENUES GRAND TOTAL                  33,495,634                                42,519,734                           49,739,700                   46,097,842                    51,477,928              53,329,779              50,941,398




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                                          CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                2011 BUDGET
                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Description                             Page              Description                     Page
______________________________________________________________________________________________________
General Fund Expenditures
Hospital – Dept. 0200                           34
Public Safety Support –Dept. 3150               35
Fire – Dept. 3200                               36
Animal Control –Dept 3400                       37
Law Enforcement –Dept. 3500                     38
Building Maintenance – Dept. 4200               39
Street/Shop – Dept. 4400                        40
Information Technology – Dept. 5050             41
Information Technology Capital Equipment Detail 42-44
Administration – Dept. 5100                     45
Finance – Dept. 5200                            46
Council – Dept. 5300                            47
City Clerk - Dept. 5350                         48
Community Development – Dept. 5500              49
Economic Initiatives – Dept. 5550               50
Law – Dept. 5600                                51
Insurance – Dept. 5700                          52
Engineering – Dept. 5780                        53
Library – Dept. 6100                            54
Parks & Recreation – Dept. 6200                 55
Civic Center – Dept. 6400                       56
Parks Maintenance – Dept. 6500                  57
Solid Waste – Dept. 7300                        58
                                                                       Department: 0200 Hospital



                                                                 2007                   2008                       2009                       2010                     2010                  2010               2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended               Estimated Council 
    Acct No                Account Description              Actual                     Actual                     Actual                    Budget                    Budget                Budget Approved
001‐0200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                             101,725                     105,381                   145,027                    145,664                   145,664    145,664   152,371
001‐0200‐41150   Temporary Wages                                  10,271                      21,821                          497                             ‐                         ‐          (285)                ‐
001‐0200‐41200   Overtime                                           3,801                       3,741                     7,611                      7,225                     7,225        7,225        8,670
001‐0200‐41300   Benefits                                         62,973                      84,835                    97,977                     90,109                    90,109      90,109      92,919
001‐0200‐43400   Contractual Services                               1,162                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                 ‐                ‐
001‐0200‐44225   Rural Snow Removal                                     682                              ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                 ‐                ‐
001‐0200‐45300   Communications/Postage                                      ‐                     425                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                 ‐                ‐
001‐0200‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                          79,870                                 ‐            680,551                    117,648                   117,648    117,648   350,000
001‐0200‐48600   Contributions                                  599,964                     473,750                   608,226                    554,115                   554,115    554,115   260,000
                                                 TOTAL          860,448                     689,952               1,539,889                      914,761                   914,761   914,476   863,961




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                                                        Department: 3150 Public Safety Support



                                                            2007                       2008                       2009                       2010                      2010                   2010                2011
                                                                                                                                         Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description                Actual                     Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐3150‐41100   Salaries and Wages                            451,777                     414,288                   422,240                    437,453                   437,453             437,453            457,498
001‐3150‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   2,155                       5,170                   12,131                     15,909                    15,909              15,909                        ‐
001‐3150‐41200   Overtime                                        56,427                      66,272                    86,426                     66,011                    66,011              66,011              78,251
001‐3150‐41300   Benefits                                      266,109                     312,248                   299,550                    273,454                   273,454             273,454            283,874
001‐3150‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                      2,484                       3,213                         256                    2,700                     2,700               2,353               3,138
001‐3150‐43400   Contractual Services                              4,973                       2,689                     3,659                      4,185                     4,185               3,612               4,608
001‐3150‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                    5,000                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐3150‐45300   Communications/Postage                          13,054                      15,665                    16,059                     17,360                    17,360              16,617              17,420
001‐3150‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                    ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐             150                      ‐
001‐3150‐45800   Travel & Transportation                           7,162                     12,641                    16,993                     17,950                    17,950              17,950              18,390
001‐3150‐45900   Training                                        13,368                        7,676                     6,066                      6,380                     6,380               6,380               3,575
001‐3150‐46100   Office Supplies                                   2,981                       3,788                     3,447                      1,500                     1,500               1,500               1,500
001‐3150‐46120   Operating Supplies                              29,625                      35,210                    31,734                     33,160                    33,160              31,597              35,692
001‐3150‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                  617                        692                        512                    1,036                     1,036               1,036               1,124
001‐3150‐46500   Clothing                                          5,487                       2,740                     2,364                      2,950                     2,950               2,950               2,400
001‐3150‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                     ‐                  5,824                     5,441                    11,000                    11,000              11,000                5,400
                                              TOTAL            861,219                     888,117                   906,879                    891,048                   891,048            887,972             912,870




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                                                                Department: 3200 Fire



                                                          2007                 2008                 2009                  2010                 2010                 2010                 2011

                                                                                                                       Adopted             Amended              Estimated              Council 
    Acct No              Account Description             Actual               Actual               Actual               Budget               Budget                Budget            Approved
001‐3200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                       618,016              643,209              652,891               695,157               695,157              662,336             709,978
001‐3200‐41150   Temporary Wages                               4,170                3,277             13,800                 
                                                                                                                            10,000                15,000               20,000              23,714
001‐3200‐41200   Overtime                                   40,667               50,933               82,982                 
                                                                                                                            78,270                78,270               80,000              81,604
001‐3200‐41300   Benefits                                 346,040              448,445              431,634               418,467               418,467              398,467             452,837
001‐3200‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                          ‐            4,283                6,255               
                                                                                                                            13,125                13,125                 6,125             13,580
001‐3200‐43400   Contractual Services                       11,248                  4,512                3,233               
                                                                                                                            13,455                13,455                 8,175             15,305
001‐3200‐43404   Volunteer Services                         18,119               16,944               22,259                 
                                                                                                                            36,480                36,480               36,480              38,755
001‐3200‐44410   Lease Expense                                 2,437                        ‐                    ‐                     ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐
001‐3200‐44310   Vehicle Maintenance                                   ‐                    ‐               559                1,500                1,500                1,275                1,500
001‐3200‐45300   Communications/Postage                        5,264                4,979                3,148                 6,160                6,160                5,500                6,160
001‐3200‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                          168                  405                  627                   695                  695                  325                  500
001‐3200‐45500   Printing                                              ‐            3,343                3,646                 4,050                4,050                3,200                4,050
001‐3200‐45800   Travel & Transportation                    16,592               20,972               23,340                 
                                                                                                                            25,640                25,640               25,640              15,237
001‐3200‐45900   Training                                   26,349               10,743               30,039                 
                                                                                                                            34,325                34,325               34,325              19,000
001‐3200‐46100   Office Supplies                               2,756                1,041                   916                1,650                1,650                1,200                   650
001‐3200‐46120   Operating Supplies                         20,165               37,118               56,616                 
                                                                                                                            26,305                26,305               32,000              31,710
001‐3200‐46200   Heating                                    13,190               15,371               10,119                 
                                                                                                                            12,000                13,000               13,675              15,200
001‐3200‐46220   Electricity                                   3,971                5,230                5,983                 7,000                7,000                5,879                7,000
001‐3200‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                  11,653               12,391               12,832                 
                                                                                                                            14,000                14,000               11,000              14,000
001‐3200‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                          1,274                2,713                2,282                 2,057                2,057                2,057                1,745
001‐3200‐46420   Public Awareness                              3,242                6,676                6,411                 5,925                9,725                9,725                5,545
001‐3200‐46500   Clothing                                      2,833                4,552             10,903                   5,450                5,450                5,450                5,450
001‐3200‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment             11,592               23,051               22,751                 
                                                                                                                            27,395                27,395               27,395              28,528
001‐3200‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                    21,600                  4,775             20,040                 
                                                                                                                            11,055                23,555               23,555              29,000
001‐3200‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                     16,579                  9,940                        ‐                     ‐                    ‐                    ‐         46,738
                                              TOTAL   1,197,923            1,334,902            1,423,265              1,450,161            1,472,461            1,413,784           1,567,787




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                                                                 Department: 3400 Animal Control



                                                                2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                2011
                                                                                                                                         Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                   Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐3400‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              49,376                      54,076                    67,001                     80,366                    80,366              73,000              94,989
001‐3400‐41150   Temporary Wages                                 26,202                      28,892                    12,694                     10,623                    15,023              19,500                4,900
001‐3400‐41200   Overtime                                          1,619                       2,597                     7,239                      5,920                     5,920               6,000               5,919
001‐3400‐41300   Benefits                                        38,179                      42,585                    43,413                     53,927                    53,927              52,000              65,087
001‐3400‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                          836                        334                        156                    1,500                     1,500               1,500               1,500
001‐3400‐43400   Contractual Services                                  166                        500                             ‐                     500                       500                500              1,000
001‐3400‐43404   Volunteer Services                                         ‐                     250                        232                        250                       250                250                 250
001‐3400‐45300   Communications/Postage                            2,458                       1,848                     1,780                      2,660                     2,660               2,500               2,500
001‐3400‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                               193                        183                        394                        700                       700                700                 700
001‐3400‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                108                           85                      204                        650                       650                650                 650
001‐3400‐45800   Travel & Transportation                               938                     1,864                     1,220                      3,500                     3,500               3,500               3,500
001‐3400‐45900   Training                                              200                        377                        299                    1,000                     1,000               1,000               1,000
001‐3400‐46120   Operating Supplies                                9,729                       8,858                     8,822                    10,000                    10,000              10,000              12,500
001‐3400‐46200   Heating                                         25,670                      37,455                    29,598                     32,000                    32,000              37,000              40,000
001‐3400‐46220   Electricity                                     12,200                      13,046                    11,635                     13,500                    13,500              13,000              14,200
001‐3400‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                         1,450                       2,400                     1,422                      2,000                     2,000               2,000               2,000
001‐3400‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    40                             ‐                    100                        190                       190                190                 190
001‐3400‐46420   Public Awareness                                      293                        234                        223                        400                       400                400                 400
001‐3400‐46500   Clothing                                              587                        602                    1,209                          900                       900                900                 900
001‐3400 47430   Other Capital Expense                                      ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐          5,000
                                                TOTAL          170,244                     196,187                   187,639                    220,586                   224,986            224,590             257,184




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                                                                            Department: 3500 Police



                                                                2007                   2008                       2009                     2010                     2010                        2010                        2011
                                                                                                                                          Adopted                 Amended                     Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description                   Actual                 Actual                     Actual                   Budget                   Budget                      Budget                     Approved
001‐3500‐41100   Salaries and Wages                            690,804                     711,427                   750,407                    809,748                   809,748                       809,748              841,979
001‐3500‐41150   Temporary Wages                                            ‐                  5,350                              ‐                 2,500                     2,500                         2,500              15,753
001‐3500‐41200   Overtime                                      101,237                     122,532                   144,705                    107,000                   132,000                       132,000              120,998
001‐3500‐41300   Benefits                                      391,799                     497,096                   477,367                    439,376                   439,376                       439,376              457,467
001‐3500‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                      6,256                       6,017                     2,839                      8,500                   11,500                        10,000               12,500
001‐3500‐43308   K‐9 Maintenance                                   1,299                       1,578                     1,646                      2,500                     3,500                         3,500                 3,500
001‐3500‐43400   Contractual Services                              3,790                       3,549                     3,053                      4,000                     4,000                         3,000                 4,000
001‐3500‐45300   Communications/Postage                          11,801                      11,874                    10,240                     12,900                    12,900                        12,000               12,200
001‐3500‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                           3,663                       3,496                     5,034                      4,340                     4,340                         3,900                 4,840
001‐3500‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                            5,416                       6,410                     6,376                      7,000                     7,000                         7,000                 7,000
001‐3500‐45800   Travel & Transportation                         16,625                      32,680                    26,204                     27,000                    27,000                        27,000               34,500
001‐3500‐45900   Training                                        20,291                      21,768                      7,591                      7,600                     7,600                         7,600                 9,500
001‐3500‐46120   Operating Supplies                              32,748                      30,983                    46,138                     30,850                    30,850                        30,850               36,850
001‐3500‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                       28,810                      35,068                    28,929                     35,000                    35,000                        32,000               35,000
001‐3500‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                  500                        460                        602                        735                       735                          735                   885
001‐3500‐46500   Clothing                                          6,990                       8,553                     7,668                      8,000                     8,000                         7,500                 8,000
001‐3500‐46950   Miscellaneous Supplies                          10,000                        6,122                   10,222                     10,000                    10,000                        10,000               15,000
001‐3500‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                                    ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐         12,800
001‐3500‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                     ‐                           ‐                5,319                      6,800                     6,800                         3,722                 6,500
                                                TOTAL      1,332,030                   1,504,964                 1,534,341                  1,523,849
                                                                                                                                                                      1,552,849                     1,542,431            1,639,272




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                                                                   Department: 4200 Building Maintenance



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                        2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                     Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                      Budget                     Approved
001‐4200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              282,701                     270,816                   353,538                    365,803                   365,803                       365,803              380,940
001‐4200‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   45,187                      56,278                    31,271                     20,909                    20,909                        20,909               26,384
001‐4200‐41200   Overtime                                          27,762                      20,469                    23,341                     24,233                    24,233                        24,233               27,513
001‐4200‐41300   Benefits                                        170,545                     217,578                   238,826                    224,909                   224,909                       224,909              233,157
001‐4200‐43400   Contractual Services                              48,660                      88,757                    94,734                   120,980                   120,980                         95,000             147,180
001‐4200‐43424   Permits                                                      ‐                     530                        150                        250                       250                          250                   250
001‐4200‐44230   Janitorial Services                               57,254                      62,413                    73,774                   236,400                   236,400                       155,000              293,400
001‐4200‐44410   Lease Expense                                                ‐                10,287                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
001‐4200‐44420   Equipment Rental                                    7,896                       6,599                         366                    2,000                     2,000                         2,000                 3,500
001‐4200‐45300   Communications/Postage                              7,633                       4,833                   10,559                     10,000                    10,000                        10,000               10,000
001‐4200‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                 719                     1,471                         200                        700                       700                          400                   700
001‐4200‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                              3,010                          135                    2,965                      4,734                     4,734                         2,800                 3,000
001‐4200‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             4,497                       4,158                     2,743                      5,300                     5,300                         4,000                 3,200
001‐4200‐45900   Training                                            1,275                       2,129                     2,000                      4,150                     4,150                         4,150              10,500
001‐4200‐46100   Office Supplies                                     1,117                          374                    1,872                          750                       750                          750                   750
001‐4200‐46120   Operating Supplies                                76,519                      90,037                    98,933                   100,000                   100,000                       116,000              103,000
001‐4200‐46200   Heating                                             6,150                       2,948                     6,597                      7,150                     8,650                       10,000               10,000
001‐4200‐46220   Electricity                                         4,508                       4,148                     3,446                      5,000                     5,000                         5,000                 6,000
001‐4200‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                         11,558                      15,868                    14,379                     18,000                    18,000                        16,000               18,000
001‐4200‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    920                        827                    1,927                      1,450                     1,450                         1,450                    850
001‐4200‐46500   Clothing                                            2,364                       2,746                     2,950                      2,800                     2,800                         2,800                 2,800
001‐4200‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      7,573                       8,589                   10,483                     11,000                    11,000                        10,500               11,000
001‐4200‐46950   Miscellaneous Supplies                              1,049                       8,169                         841                  10,800                    10,800                          2,000                 9,000
001‐4200‐47300   Other Capital Equipment
                 Other Capital Equipment                                      ‐                           ‐                5,390                      6,000                     6,000                         2,000              10,000
001‐4200‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                       ‐                  7,400                     2,705                               ‐                         ‐                             ‐            5,250
                                                  TOTAL          768,898                     887,558                   983,991                1,183,318
                                                                                                                                                                        1,184,818                     1,075,954            1,316,373




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                                                                          Department: 4400 Street/Shop



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                        2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                     Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                      Budget                     Approved
001‐4400‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              413,434                     430,957                   476,568                    491,076                   491,076                       491,000              564,754
001‐4400‐41150   Temporary Wages                                              ‐                19,421                    11,953                     16,418                    16,418                          7,359              21,079
001‐4400‐41200   Overtime                                          48,718                      57,349                    54,638                     76,161                    76,161                        76,000               78,902
001‐4400‐41300   Benefits                                        257,942                     326,353                   311,576                    301,073                   301,073                       301,000              355,135
001‐4400‐41301   Benefits‐Homeland Security                                   ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
001‐4400‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                                 ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
001‐4400‐43400   Contractual Services                            102,654                       10,476                    15,195                     17,440                    17,440                        15,500               17,440
001‐4400‐43424   Permits                                             1,010                       1,335                     1,145                      3,350                     3,350                         3,300                 3,350
001‐4400‐44225   Rural Snow Removal                              218,812                     224,275                   250,216                    320,000                   320,000                       320,000              350,000
001‐4400‐44420   Equipment Rental                                    3,597                          101                        205                    3,500                     3,500                         2,500                 2,500
001‐4400‐45300   Communications/Postage                            19,811                      18,182                    17,653                     27,325                    27,325                        20,000               27,425
001‐4400‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                             1,082                             61                      950                    1,200                     1,200                            500                1,200
001‐4400‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                    97                             ‐                         ‐                     799                       799                          750                   750
001‐4400‐45800   Travel & Transportation                                 405                     2,296                         946                    4,000                     4,000                         2,933                 4,100
001‐4400‐45900   Training                                            2,401                                ‐                1,225                      5,500                     5,500                         1,500                 5,500
001‐4400‐46100   Office Supplies                                         288                        309                        628                        750                       750                          700                   850
001‐4400‐46110   Data Processing                                              ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
001‐4400‐46120   Operating Supplies                                67,623                      73,947                    84,078                     80,000                    99,200                        91,495               80,000
001‐4400‐46200   Heating                                         124,274                     137,744                   117,018                    140,000                   140,000                       138,000              140,000
001‐4400‐46220   Electricity                                       36,412                      36,916                    32,544                     45,000                    45,000                        45,662               48,000
001‐4400‐46225   Street Lights                                     80,432                      61,301                    56,211                     65,000                    65,000                        55,229               60,000
001‐4400‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                         10,125                      19,530                    16,250                     19,500                    19,500                        17,500               19,500
001‐4400‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                         ‐                        99                           ‐                     100                       100                          100                   100
001‐4400‐46500   Clothing                                            4,083                       3,009                     3,041                      3,000                     3,000                         3,000                 3,000
001‐4400‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                    71,914                      63,185                    73,191                     75,000                    75,000                        74,020               75,000
001‐4400‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                                      ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
001‐4400‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                       ‐                  4,450                     3,838                      4,800                     4,800                         4,800                 4,795
                                                  TOTAL      1,465,114                   1,491,297                 1,529,066                  1,700,992
                                                                                                                                                                        1,720,192                     1,672,848            1,863,379

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                                                                        Deparment: 5050 Information Technology



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010       2011                             2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated Department                        Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget    Requested                       Approved
001‐5050‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              124,527                     193,443                   246,874                    250,092                   253,192             253,192                262,896            267,709
001‐5050‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   10,447                      16,598                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ‐
001‐5050‐41200   Overtime                                                144                     2,722                     3,323                      3,472                     3,472               3,472                   4,190              4,273
001‐5050‐41300   Benefits                                          58,274                    113,293                   124,603                    141,631                   141,631             141,631                144,978            146,727
001‐5050‐43400   Contractual Services                            141,228                     139,794                   125,005                    191,019                   191,019             175,000                161,459            161,459
001‐5050‐45300   Communications/Postage                            54,771                      66,229                  109,976                    117,141                   117,141             110,000                124,595               77,661
001‐5050‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                             1,057                             58                        58                       250                       250                200                     250                250
001‐5050‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             9,527                     17,545                    17,611                     19,009                    19,009              19,000                  19,596             19,596
001‐5050‐45900   Training                                          12,364                        4,678                   14,644                     16,720                    16,720              16,720                  16,870             16,870
001‐5050‐46110   Data Processing                                   27,068                      19,211                    22,103                     38,228                    48,828              24,000                  27,950             27,950
001‐5050‐46120   Operating Supplies                                      565                     8,862                         951                    1,410                     1,410               1,400                   1,350              1,350
001‐5050‐46500   Clothing                                                     ‐                           ‐                    188                        200                       200                200                     200                200
001‐5050‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      4,972                       6,838                   22,711                     12,000                    12,000              11,000                  12,225             12,225
001‐5050‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                           43,588                      29,194                    15,855                     65,625                    65,625              65,625                  72,825             87,825
001‐5050‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                            70,439                    163,073                     78,992                     65,054                    65,054              65,054                  59,838             67,838
001‐5050‐48500   Contingencies                                       3,742                       4,780                              ‐                 6,000                     6,000                        ‐              6,000              6,000
                                                  TOTAL          562,712                     786,318                   782,893                    927,851                   941,551            886,494                 915,222            897,933




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                                                         IT Capital Equipment Expense Detail
                                                                                  Technology                   Projected        Projected     Projected      Projected
Description                                       Quantity       Cost Each         Life Cycle      2011          2012             2013          2014           2015

Desktop Computers
Normal desktop Computers                            50       $       1,125.00         3              $18,750      $18,750   $       18,750        $18,750     $18,750
POS equipment                                                                         3                            $1,623                                      $1,623
High-end Desktop Computers                          14       $       1,567.00         3               $7,313       $7,313   $     7,313            $7,313      $7,313
Laptops                                             19       $       1,729.00         3              $10,950      $10,950   $    10,950           $10,950     $10,950
                  Desktop computer subtotal         83                                          $ 37,013.00       $38,636   $ 37,013.00      $ 37,013.00 $ 38,636.00

Servers
BES Server                                           1       $     5,650.00           3               $5,650                                       $5,650
Terminal Server                                      1       $       4,900.00         3                            $4,900                                      $4,900.00
Mail Server                                          1       $       8,225.00         3                                             $8,225
Domain Controller 1                                  1       $       5,900.00         3                                             $5,900
Domain Controller 2                                  1       $       5,900.00         3                                             $5,900
Data Server                                          1       $       8,600.00         3                                             $8,600
Spooler                                              1       $       4,900.00         3                            $4,900                                      $4,900.00
GIS Data Server                                      1       $       8,900.00         3                            $8,900                                      $8,900.00
CAD Servers                                          1       $     16,000.00          3              $16,000                                      $16,000
Finance Servers                                      1       $     14,500.00          3              $14,500                                      $14,500
911 Servers and dispatch consoles                    1       $     49,000.00          3                           $49,000                                     $49,000.00
Access Control/badging server - grant purch          1       $       3,985.00         3                                             $3,985
Tsunami monitoring/warning server - grant
purch                                                1        $       7,500.00        3                            $7,500                                      $7,500.00
Camera DVR system - grant purch                      1        $       7,200.00        3                                             $7,200
Stancil voice recording system - grant purch         1        $     18,000.00         3              $18,000                                      $18,000
Database Server                                      1        $       6,650.00        3                            $6,650                                      $6,650.00
Disaster Recovery Tape Backup System                 1        $     12,650.00         3                                            $12,650
KCC Server                                           1        $       3,875.00        3               $3,875                                       $3,875
Web Server for City website                          1        $       4,250.00        3                                             $4,250
Systems Management Server                            1        $       4,250.00        3                            $4,250                                      $4,250.00
Barracuda AntiSpyware                                1        $       2,250.00        3                            $2,250                                      $2,250.00
Mail Relay/AV/SPAM                                   1        $       2,250.00        3                            $2,250                                      $2,250.00
                                Server subtotal                                                 $ 58,025.00       $90,600 $ 56,710.00        $ 58,025.00    $ 90,600.00




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                                                      IT Capital Equipment Expense Detail
                                                                           Technology                 Projected        Projected        Projected    Projected
Description                                    Quantity    Cost Each        Life Cycle    2011          2012             2013             2014         2015
Network
Remote Site Connectivity Infrastructure                  $     30,000.00         4          $30,000                                                     $30,000
Network Switch Replacement (1/4 per year)                $     35,000.00         4           $8,750       $8,750           $8,750           $8,750       $8,750
Firewall Equipment                               1       $       3,500.00        4                        $3,500
Network IDS\IPS System                           1       $       4,200.00        3                        $4,200                                         $4,200
Network Security Monitoring System               1       $     10,675.00         4          $10,675                                                     $10,675
Central UPS for Servers                          1       $     17,800.00         6                       $17,800
Large format color plotter                       1       $     11,500.00         4                                        $11,500
High speed network printers - Finance            2       $       4,000.00        3     $     8,000                                  $        8,000
High speed color network printer - tabloid       1       $       3,750.00        3                        $3,750                                         $3,750
High speed scanner - Clerk                       1       $       2,450.00        4                                                          $2,450
High speed scanner - Police                      1       $       2,450.00        4                                         $2,450
High speed scanner - Com Dev                     1       $       2,450.00        4                                 $       2,450
Network printers - Other than Finance (1/4 per
year)                                                    $     12,800.00         4           $3,200       $3,200       $3,200      $3,200                $3,200
                              Network Subtotal                                         $ 60,625.00       $41,200 $ 28,350.00 $ 22,400.00                $60,575




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                                                      IT Capital Equipment Expense Detail
                                                                      Technology                   Projected    Projected      Projected      Projected
Description                                  Quantity   Cost Each      Life Cycle     2011           2012         2013           2014           2015
Annual Software Maintenance                    Dept   Renewal Date 
CAD System                                      PS        May                            $28,500      $28,500        $28,500        $28,500        $28,500
AFIS Fingerprint Scanner                        PS        Nov                             $2,261       $2,262         $2,261         $2,261         $2,261
Stancil Voice Recorder                          PS        June                            $1,817       $1,817         $1,817         $1,817         $1,817
Motorola Radio Maintenance                      PS         Jan                            $9,650       $9,650         $9,650         $9,650         $9,650
911, Inc                                        PS        Sept                            $7,875       $7,875         $7,875         $7,875         $7,875
AccessData                                      PS         Oct                            $1,680       $1,680         $1,680         $1,680         $1,680
ESRI support and Licenses                      GIS       March                           $23,500      $23,500        $23,500        $23,500        $23,500
Financial System                               FIN         Jan                           $23,625      $24,806        $26,047        $27,349        $28,716
Tax System                                     FIN       March                            $2,625       $2,756         $2,894         $3,039         $3,191
Cisco Support                                   IT         Feb                            $8,748       $8,748         $8,748         $8,748         $8,748
Mobile Admin                                    IT         Jan                              $221         $221           $221           $221           $221
Mail Relay/AV/SPAM updates                      IT         Feb                              $950         $950           $950           $950           $950
Antispyware updates                             IT         Feb                              $950         $950           $950           $950           $950
UPS annual maint                                IT         Feb                            $1,096       $1,205         $1,315         $1,315         $1,315
Network Instruments                             IT         Feb                              $545         $545           $545           $545           $545
Website Calendar                                IT         May                              $898         $898           $898           $898           $898
Suppoprt Ticket System                          IT         Dec                              $799         $799           $799           $799           $799
BES Support                                     IT         May                            $1,500       $1,500         $1,500         $1,500         $1,500
Sportsman Maintenance                          PR         May                             $1,804       $1,804         $1,804         $1,804         $1,804
Meeting Matrix                                 CIV         Oct                              $300         $300           $300           $300           $300
Scheduler Plus                                 CIV         Jan                              $270         $270           $270           $270           $270
Ready Theater Systems                          CIV       March                              $400         $400           $400           $400           $400
Facility Management                           ENG         Sept                            $2,262       $2,262         $2,262         $2,262         $2,262
AutoCAD Support & Update                      ENG         April                           $1,325       $1,325         $1,325         $1,325         $1,325
Marina Software support                       HARB        Aug                             $1,600       $1,600         $1,600         $1,600         $1,600
ALX Access Crane Access System                HARB        June                              $500         $500           $500           $500           $500
XEScan                                         CD          Jan                              $600         $600           $600           $600           $600
Reservation Software Support -Envisionware     LIB         July                             $525         $525           $525           $525           $525
TWIC/Access Control System                    PORT        Nov                             $5,948       $6,184         $6,428         $6,690         $6,690
Info Management Application Support           CLRK       March                            $3,040       $3,040         $3,040         $3,040         $3,040
               Software Maintenance Subtotal                                        $ 135,814.00     $137,473   $ 139,203.63   $ 140,912.66   $ 142,432.04


Annual Software Maintenance in line 43400                                           $ 135,814.00     $137,473   $ 139,203.63   $ 140,912.66   $ 142,432.04
Office/Capital Equipment Subtotal in lines 47300 and 47430                          $ 155,663.00     $170,436   $ 122,073.00   $ 117,438.00   $ 189,811.00

Grand Total                                                                         $ 291,477.00     $307,909   $ 261,276.63   $ 258,350.66   $ 332,243.04
                                                                            44                       estimate       estimate       estimate       estimate
                                                                     Department: Administration



                                                                2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                         Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                   Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5100‐41100   Salaries and Wages                            242,154                     236,339                   247,600                    250,092                   250,092             256,033            295,701
001‐5100‐41150   Temporary Wages                                 11,515                                 ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5100‐41200   Overtime                                                25                             ‐                         ‐                 3,060                     3,060                  976              2,929
001‐5100‐41300   Benefits                                      117,283                     137,861                   131,546                    122,735                   122,735             122,735            139,112
001‐5100‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                      4,670                       3,939                     2,643                      5,100                     5,100               4,794               5,000
001‐5100‐43400   Contractual Services                            11,000                                 ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5100‐45300   Communications/Postage                          30,143                      33,788                    34,088                     42,752                    42,752              42,000              42,000
001‐5100‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                           8,887                       1,086                   12,878                     30,000                    30,000              17,967              30,000
001‐5100‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                          12,074                      13,380                    12,037                     16,600                    16,600              16,600              18,000
001‐5100‐45800   Travel & Transportation                         12,037                        8,434                   12,892                     18,700                    20,700              12,000              19,000
001‐5100‐45900   Training                                          3,388                       1,345                     2,433                      6,475                     6,475               1,500               6,700
001‐5100‐46100   Office Supplies                                   8,223                       8,677                     8,903                    10,000                    10,000                9,000             10,000
001‐5100‐46120   Operating Supplies                                3,832                          856                        496                    3,000                     3,000               1,100               1,000
001‐5100‐46200   Heating                                         46,794                      69,639                    50,306                     70,000                    70,000              60,000              70,000
001‐5100‐46220   Electricity                                     82,814                      93,873                    85,407                   105,000                   113,000               95,000           105,000
001‐5100‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                                  ‐                        62                      486                        500                       500                700                 800
001‐5100‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                  830                        862                    1,209                      1,340                     1,340               1,579               1,717
001‐5100‐46500   Clothing                                                   ‐                           ‐                    150                        150                       150                150                 150
001‐5100‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                                    ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5100‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5100‐48500   Contingencies                                   26,620                      13,578                    14,677                     20,000                    20,000              18,000              20,000
                                                TOTAL          622,290                     623,720                   617,750                    705,504                   715,504            660,134             767,109




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                                                             Department: 5200 Finance



                                                         2007                  2008             2009            2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                               Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No            Account Description               Actual               Actual            Actual          Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                         247,066          310,581           341,060                395,493                   395,493             395,493            415,651
001‐5200‐41150   Temporary Wages                              11,825              4,333             3,153                          ‐                3,500                  678                 234
001‐5200‐41200   Overtime                                       3,663             1,473             3,378               12,432                    12,432              12,000              12,240
001‐5200‐41300   Benefits                                   142,427          201,249           195,250                208,415                   208,415             208,415            223,107
001‐5200‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                   3,452             6,114           10,174                58,000                    58,000              58,000              59,000
001‐5200‐43400   Contractual Services                         96,923            83,373         114,517                136,000                   135,500             126,154            137,000
001‐5200‐45300   Communications/Postage                         1,400             2,067             1,643                 1,700                     1,700               1,700               2,000
001‐5200‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                            485           7,181             9,872                 6,500                     6,500               5,000               6,500
001‐5200‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                             596              470            3,447                 3,800                     3,800               1,800               3,600
001‐5200‐45800   Travel & Transportation                        9,852             8,706           10,787                14,978                    14,978              11,050              15,568
001‐5200‐45900   Training                                       3,668             2,615             2,499                 5,229                     7,229               4,840               8,894
001‐5200‐46120   Operating Supplies                             5,951             4,043           11,095                  4,250                     4,750               4,750               4,230
001‐5200‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                               380              535            1,624                 1,370                     1,370               1,370               1,575
001‐5200‐46500   Clothing                                                ‐                 ‐           302                    400                       400                600                 400
001‐5200‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                  ‐        2,328             4,838                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                           TOTAL            527,688          635,067           713,639                848,567                   854,067            831,850             889,999




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                                                                        Department: 5300 Council



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5300‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                    122,696                     126,243                   130,381                    141,750                   141,750             141,750            146,750
001‐5300‐43302   Professional Fees: Gas Line De                  254,928                       49,873                      5,376                    15,000                    15,000                9,500             15,000
001‐5300‐45300   Communications/Postage                              2,778                       2,957                     1,948                      2,200                     2,200               2,200               2,200
001‐5300‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                           40,549                      44,120                    47,103                     50,000                    48,400              50,000              51,500
001‐5300‐45800   Travel & Transportation                           14,281                        9,500                   24,748                     25,000                    25,000              25,000              25,000
001‐5300‐45900   Training                                            2,425                       2,120                     2,700                      2,000                     2,000               2,000               2,000
001‐5300‐46100   Office Supplies                                           19                       493                        627                        650                       650                650                 650
001‐5300‐46200   Heating                                             2,738                       3,952                     2,840                      4,000                     4,000               3,100               3,600
001‐5300‐46220   Electricity                                             642                        656                        597                        700                       700                700                 800
001‐5300‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                7,178                       6,288                     6,821                      6,989                     8,589               6,989               6,989
001‐5300‐46500   Clothing                                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     350                       350                350                 350
001‐5300‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                                      ‐                17,100                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5300‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                              1,753                                ‐                         ‐                 2,500                     2,500               2,500             20,500
001‐5300‐48500   Contingencies                                     12,750                        9,782                   14,256                     35,000                    35,000              10,000              50,000
                                                  TOTAL          462,737                     273,084                   237,396                    286,139                   286,139            254,739             325,339




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                                                                       Department: 5350 Clerks



                                                                2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                         Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                   Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5350‐41100   Salaries and Wages                            130,616                     137,320                   148,310                    151,928                   151,928             130,000            143,361
001‐5350‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   2,248                       3,579                     5,756                      6,447                     6,447                        ‐          6,447
001‐5350‐41200   Overtime                                                   ‐                     914                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐          2,500               3,823
001‐5350‐41300   Benefits                                        64,223                      81,440                    82,522                     75,204                    75,204              72,000              71,739
001‐5350‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                      1,504                       3,708                         890                    3,000                     3,000               3,000               3,000
001‐5350‐43350   Elections                                       11,563                        7,772                     8,007                    12,000                    12,000                6,000             12,000
001‐5350‐43400   Contractual Services                                       ‐                14,727                      5,082                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5350‐45300   Communications/Postage                            1,028                          921                    1,073                      1,200                     1,200               1,000               1,200
001‐5350‐45500   Repoduction & Copying                                      ‐                     209                        305                             ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5350‐45800   Travel & Transportation                           5,688                     10,090                      6,281                    12,000                    12,000              12,000              12,000
001‐5350‐45900   Training                                          1,739                       2,180                     2,119                      3,000                     3,000               2,000               3,000
001‐5350‐46100   Office Supplies                                   1,441                       1,472                     2,023                      2,000                     2,000               1,500               2,000
001‐5350‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                  893                        625                        618                        900                       900                900                 900
001‐5350‐46500   Clothing                                                   ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     100                       100                100                 100
001‐5350‐46950   Records Management                                5,165                       8,122                     1,038                      5,000                     5,000               4,000               5,000
001‐5350‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                           1,035                                ‐                7,193                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5350‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                            1,124                                ‐                         ‐                 2,500                     2,500               2,679                       ‐
                                                TOTAL          228,267                     273,080                   271,215                    275,279                   275,279            237,679             264,570




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                                                    Department: 5500 Community Development Department



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                     2010                       2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                            Adopted                   Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                   Budget                     Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5350‐41100   Salaries and Wages                             242,425                     282,762                   319,710                      327,282                    327,282             327,282             337,793 
001‐5500‐41150   Temporary Wages                                     8,371                       8,812                   11,859                      32,494                     32,494                5,141              29,494
001‐5500‐41200   Overtime                                            5,345                       5,454                     3,958                       8,987                      8,987               3,500                8,501
001‐5500‐41300   Benefits                                        135,226                     194,009                   197,087                     181,887                    181,887             181,000             187,188
001‐5500‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                        3,210                       1,940                     2,911                     26,000                     26,000              21,000               25,000
001‐5500‐43310   ACMP Special Project Grant                          1,711                                ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5500‐43400   Contractual Services                              72,810                      35,698                    22,928                                 ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5500‐43402   Contractual Cadastral Survey                      62,300                                 ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5500‐45300   Communications/Postage                              1,655                       1,461                     2,172                       3,044                      3,044               3,000               3,024
001‐5500‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                             1,480                       2,838                     4,255                       3,675                      3,675               2,900               5,700
001‐5500‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                            10,465                      14,947                      8,906                     19,861                     19,861              15,000              16,260
001‐5500‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             7,957                       7,043                   14,084                      11,400                     11,400              10,000              13,900
001‐5500‐45900   Training                                            6,380                       3,615                     2,207                       8,970                      8,970               5,000               6,700
001‐5500‐46100   Office Supplies                                         670                        998                        977                     1,300                      1,300                  685              1,000
001‐5500‐46120   Operating Supplies                                  1,554                       5,401                     4,757                     16,000                     16,000              15,000                7,250
001‐5500‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                               967                     1,091                     1,171                       1,000                      1,300               1,300               1,300
001‐5500‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    840                        960                    1,424                       1,075                      1,075               1,300               1,710
001‐5500‐46500   Clothing                                                  60                             ‐                    185                         410                        410                400                 250
001‐5500‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      1,635                                ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5500‐46950   Unreimbursed Grant Expense                                   ‐                           ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5500‐49520   Marine First Responder Grant                                 ‐                  7,756                              ‐                           ‐                          ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  TOTAL          565,062                     574,785                   598,592                     643,385                    643,685            592,508              645,069




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                                                            Department: 555 Economic Initiatives


                                                     2007                       2008                       2009                     2010                       2010                       2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                   Adopted                   Amended                    Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description        Actual                     Actual                     Actual                   Budget                     Budget                     Budget                     Approved
001‐5550‐41150   Temporary Wages                                530                              ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                     159                           ‐
001‐5550‐41300   Benefits                                         41                             ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                       37                          ‐
001‐5550‐43400   Contractual Services                     81,625                      94,254                    87,241                    186,500                    186,500                    186,500                    94,000
001‐5550‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                        481                              ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                          ‐               2,500
001‐5550‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                              ‐                           ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                          ‐                   350
001‐5550‐45800   Travel/Transportation                               ‐                           ‐                         ‐                   7,000                      7,000                      3,000                 12,005
001‐5550‐46120   Operating Supplies                         1,437                       7,632                     2,400                        3,400                      3,400                      3,400                   3,400
001‐5550‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                ‐                           ‐                         ‐                           ‐                          ‐                          ‐               1,000
001‐5550‐46950   Miscellaneous Events                     43,428                      59,710                    53,658                      69,500                     69,500                     65,000                   68,500
001‐5550‐48500   Contingencies                            12,400                                 ‐                    350                   10,000                     20,000                     17,000                   10,000
                 TOTAL                                 139,941                      161,596                   143,649                     276,400                    286,400                    275,096                  191,755




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                                                                       Department: 5600 Law



                                                              2007                  2008                     2009               2010                 2010             2010         2011
                                                                                                                               Adopted             Amended          Estimated      Council
    Acct No             Account Description                  Actual               Actual                   Actual              Budget               Budget           Budget       Approved
001‐5600‐43200 Municipal Services                                        ‐                          ‐                                   150,000
                                                                                                                             ‐                            150,000        150,000     150,000
001‐5600‐43200 Litigation Support                         1,248,889                  1,784,090                3,614,093        1,350,000                1,950,000   1,950,000 1,800,000
                                              TOTAL      1,248,889                  1,784,090                3,614,093       1,500,000                 2,100,000    2,100,000 1,950,000




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                                                       Department: 5700 Insurance



                                                  2007                 2008                 2009               2010                 2010               2010          2011
                                                                                                              Adopted             Amended            Estimated      Council
    Acct No             Account Description      Actual               Actual               Actual             Budget               Budget             Budget       Approved
001‐5700‐43200 Professional Fees & Services              22,500                45,000              25,331               30,000              30,000        30,000        30,000
001‐5700‐45200 Insurance                               431,848               283,257             210,856              578,927             578,927       578,927      636,812
001‐5700‐45210 Insurance Contingencies                   31,692                13,136              15,283               40,000              53,303        50,000        40,000
               Total                                   486,040               341,392             251,470              648,927             662,230      658,927       706,812




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                                                             Department: Engineering



                                                     2007                     2008                       2009                     2010                     2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                 Adopted                 Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description       Actual                    Actual                     Actual                   Budget                   Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐5780‐41100   Salaries and Wages                     162,356                   156,380                   219,830                    221,135                   221,135             221,135            217,528
001‐5780‐41150   Temporary Wages                          13,324                               ‐                         ‐               10,253                    10,253                2,000             10,253
001‐5780‐41200   Overtime                                 10,002                      3,505                         187                    5,100                     5,100               1,500               3,060
001‐5780‐41300   Benefits                                 98,407                  107,213                   125,074                    117,353                   117,353               95,000           122,525
001‐5780‐43400   Contractual Services                       3,100                   61,402                      3,714                  106,800                   106,800             106,800            126,500
001‐5780‐44410   Lease Expense                              2,412                   10,287                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5780‐45300   Communications/Postage                     5,034                     6,124                     4,282                      5,500                     5,500               4,500               5,500
001‐5780‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                          62                  3,041                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐5780‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                     2,062                        868                    2,965                      5,534                     5,534               2,800               3,000
001‐5780‐45800   Travel & Transportation                    2,497                        257                        200                    8,250                     8,250               8,250               7,500
001‐5780‐45900   Training                                   1,998                     3,885                         265                    9,500                     9,500               4,000               8,200
001‐5780‐46100   Office Supplies                            1,441                     2,720                         999                    1,970                     1,970               1,970               1,200
001‐5780‐46120   Operating Supplies                         2,672                     2,763                     4,123                      5,750                     5,750               5,750               3,000
001‐5780‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                  3,217                     5,828                     5,812                      6,000                     6,000               5,500               6,000
001‐5780‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                       1,316                     1,316                         480                    2,069                     2,069                  800              1,000
001‐5780‐46500   Clothing                                       368                      362                        797                        800                       800                800              1,200
001‐5780‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                  10,423                      1,294                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                 Total                                  320,690                   367,245                   368,729                    506,014                   506,014            460,805             516,466




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                                                             Department: 6100 Library



                                                    2007                       2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                 Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description        Actual                    Actual                      Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐6100‐41100   Salaries and Wages                    173,393                     153,279                   170,125                    176,395                   176,395             176,395            183,485
001‐6100‐41150   Temporary Wages                           8,612                       9,092                     9,395                      9,999                     9,999               9,999               6,629
001‐6100‐41200   Overtime                                           ‐                    (135)                            ‐                 1,014                     1,014               1,014               1,005
001‐6100‐41300   Benefits                                83,231                      80,041                    88,036                   112,154                   112,154             112,154            110,602
001‐6100‐43400   Contractual Services                      4,231                       4,400                     7,321                      7,540                     7,540               7,540               9,680
001‐6100‐45300   Communications/Postage                    8,226                       6,316                     5,416                               ‐                5,412               5,412               5,500
001‐6100‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                       152                        346                    2,644                      2,750                     2,750               1,500               1,500
001‐6100‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                    3,296                       2,186                     2,218                      2,242                     2,242               2,242               2,402
001‐6100‐45800   Travel & Transportation                   1,819                       1,254                     1,196                      2,550                     2,550               1,000               1,800
001‐6100‐45900   Training                                      468                              ‐                         ‐                 1,000                     1,000                  500              1,000
001‐6100‐46100   Office Supplies                           2,092                       3,525                     3,574                      3,600                     3,600               3,600               3,600
001‐6100‐46120   Operating Supplies                      26,712                      26,020                    30,369                     25,050                    25,038              25,000              26,300
001‐6100‐46200   Heating                                 18,542                      19,615                    15,418                     18,000                    19,000              20,000              23,000
001‐6100‐46220   Electricity                             26,964                      26,319                    23,276                     26,000                    32,000              27,000              31,000
001‐6100‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                          275                        275                        150                        375                       375                375                 375
001‐6100‐46500   Clothing                                           ‐                           ‐                    192                        250                       250                250                 250
001‐6100‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                   2,543                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐6100‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                             ‐                  1,907                     4,979                      2,600                     2,600               2,600                       ‐
                 TOTAL                                 360,555                     334,440                   364,308                    391,519                   403,919            396,581             408,129




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                                                            Department: 6200 Parks and Recreation



                                                               2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                        Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No               Account Description                  Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
001‐6200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                           142,701                     156,443                   191,622                    205,816                   205,816             205,816            216,387
001‐6200‐41150   Temporary Wages                              117,483                     111,083                   139,485                    179,816                   184,196             134,760            174,460
001‐6200‐41200   Overtime                                         4,869                       3,733                   10,624                       6,741                     6,741               3,643               7,035
001‐6200‐41300   Benefits                                     100,300                     129,918                   132,066                    156,494                   156,494             156,494            162,158
001‐6200‐43400   Contractual Services                             2,117                       3,887                     3,764                      3,790                     3,790               3,715               4,345
001‐6200‐43404   Volunteer Services                                   336                        163                        156                        350                       350                300                 350
001‐6200‐43424   Permits                                                   ‐                     325                        325                        325                       325                325                 325
001‐6200‐44420   Equipment Rental                                     110                     1,049                         228                    1,320                     1,320                  912              1,200
001‐6200‐45300   Communications/Postage                           8,600                       6,710                     5,558                      6,860                     6,860               6,200               6,240
001‐6200‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                          7,062                       9,079                     6,195                      6,880                     9,280               8,050             11,970
001‐6200‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                           2,201                       2,879                     3,620                      3,080                     3,080               2,339               3,600
001‐6200‐45800   Travel & Transportation                          2,617                       7,003                     5,538                      9,400                     9,400               6,500               6,805
001‐6200‐45900   Training                                         3,663                       3,830                     2,816                      4,810                     4,810               4,789               4,070
001‐6200‐46100   Office Supplies                                  2,183                       1,291                     1,393                      2,050                     2,050               2,050               2,050
001‐6200‐46120   Operating Supplies                             16,882                      10,733                    14,318                     16,500                    19,500              18,750              19,550
001‐6200‐46200   Heating                                        12,033                      10,812                      8,193                      9,000                   11,000              10,770              12,510
001‐6200‐46220   Electricity                                    12,557                      13,300                    12,925                     14,300                    16,300              16,030              15,500
001‐6200‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                                 ‐                     289                             ‐                     350                       350                231                 300
001‐6200‐46350   Concessions                                               ‐                12,099                    10,514                     11,900                    11,900              11,000              10,200
001‐6200‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                 780                        547                    1,025                          900                       900                900                 900
001‐6200‐46500   Clothing                                             931                     1,000                     1,024                      1,100                     1,100               1,100               1,300
001‐6200‐46950   Teen Council Expense                                      ‐                     403                        999                    7,000                     1,000                  975              1,045
001‐6200‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                          1,050                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
001‐6200‐47430   Office/Capital Expense
                 Office/Capital Expense                                    ‐                13,688                      3,000                      4,100                     5,900               2,778               5,200
                                               TOTAL          438,474                     500,264                   555,387                    652,882                   662,462            598,427             667,499




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                                                                     Department: 6400 Civic Center



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                   2010                  2010             2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted               Amended               Estimated        Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                 Budget                Budget         Approved
001‐6400‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              189,087                     188,199                   217,935                    222,521                222,521          222,521        234,277
001‐6400‐41150   Temporary Wages                                     8,714                     16,944                    41,973                     37,176                 40,096           40,096          44,504
001‐6400‐41200   Overtime                                            3,618                       4,095                     4,198                      6,846                  6,846            6,846           6,937
001‐6400‐41300   Benefits                                        113,744                     146,778                   143,748                    142,395                142,395          142,395        148,809
001‐6400‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                            475                        475                        475                        475                    475             475             475
001‐6400‐43400   Contractual Services                              20,428                      18,362                    34,487                     32,375                 32,375           32,375          33,235
001‐6400‐44425   Movie Rental & Freight                              3,107                     21,877                    38,385                     40,000                 45,000           45,000          63,000
001‐6400‐45300   Communications/Postage                              6,673                       6,682                     7,630                      8,660                  8,660            8,660           8,780
001‐6400‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                 296                     2,463                     4,075                      3,650                  5,650            5,650           4,320
001‐6400‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                              1,071                       1,365                     1,098                      1,400                  1,400            1,400           1,800
001‐6400‐45800   Travel/Transportation                               2,786                       2,673                     1,373                      3,500                  3,500            3,500           3,800
001‐6400‐45900   Training                                            1,040                          150                        350                        800                    800             800          1,000
001‐6400‐46100   Office Supplies                                     1,258                          664                        998                    1,550                  1,550            1,550           1,550
001‐6400‐46120   Operating Supplies                                22,730                      24,949                    14,909                     19,136                 24,136           24,136          16,700
001‐6400‐46200   Heating                                           40,727                      75,040                    40,001                     68,000                 68,000           40,000          48,000
001‐6400‐46220   Electricity                                       51,036                      50,347                    51,023                     55,000                 64,000           55,000          65,000
001‐6400‐46350   Concessions                                             885                   14,264                    26,459                     30,000                 30,000           30,000          32,400
001‐6400‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    365                        430                        405                        505                    505             505             505
001‐6400‐46500   Clothing                                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     500                    500             499             750
001‐6400‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      1,182                          497                    1,415                      2,150                  2,150            2,150           2,150
001‐6400‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                             2,683                                ‐                         ‐               10,000                 10,000           10,000                    ‐
001‐6400‐47430   Office Capital Expense                                       ‐                  2,300                     4,500                      8,652                  8,652            8,652         14,699
                                                  TOTAL          471,905                     578,553                   635,437                    695,291                719,211         682,210         732,690




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                                                             Department: 6500 Parks Maintenance



                                                               2007                       2008                      2009                   2010                     2010                 2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                          Adopted                 Amended              Estimated             Council
   Acct No               Account Description                 Actual                     Actual                     Actual                 Budget                   Budget               Budget              Approved
001‐6500‐41100   Salaries and Wages                                 43,246              52,810            56,096                                   58,091            58,091      58,091      60,863
001‐6500‐41150   Temporary Wages                                    30,726              34,501            36,310                                   58,431            58,431      58,431      62,513
001‐6500‐41200   Overtime                                             4,947                4,132              3,115                                  5,814              5,814        5,814        6,266
001‐6500‐41300   Benefits                                           25,068              40,895            40,695                                   41,927            41,927      41,927      44,992
001‐6500‐43400   Contractual Services                             122,410            147,421          135,923                                    168,195          168,195    153,130   153,130
001‐6500‐43404   Volunteer Services                                            ‐                         ‐                    18                         300                  300           150           150
001‐6500‐43424   Permits                                                       ‐                         ‐                       ‐                            ‐                       ‐                 ‐                ‐
001‐6500‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                     19,343              14,970            14,125                                   18,750            18,750      17,000      17,000
001‐6500‐44420   Equipment Rental                                     1,269                   794              1,500                                 7,200              7,200        4,700        4,700
001‐6500‐45300   Communications/Postage                                   240                   305                  487                                 650                  650        1,050        1,230
001‐6500‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                       ‐                         ‐                       ‐                       150                  150           150           150
001‐6500‐45800   Travel & Transportation                                    89                1,539                  482                             2,360              2,360                 ‐                ‐
001‐6500‐45900   Training                                                   67                   520                       ‐                             500                  500                 ‐                ‐
001‐6500‐46120   Operating Supplies                                 10,496                7,336              8,006                                 12,850            15,093      18,000      19,000
001‐6500‐46200   Heating                                                       ‐                         ‐                       ‐                   3,600              4,600        3,200        3,200
001‐6500‐46220   Electricity                                          4,089                2,911              2,490                                  5,500              5,500        5,800        5,800
001‐6500‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                            3,902                5,068              4,686                                  5,500              5,500        5,000        5,000
001‐6500‐46500   Clothing                                                 353                   518                  937                                 670                  890        1,400        1,400
001‐6500‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                       1,876                1,976              1,622                                  2,000              2,000        2,200        2,200
001‐6500‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                              2,349                5,949                       ‐                           21,500            21,500                 ‐      21,000
001‐6500‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                        ‐                         ‐              3,012                                 ‐                       ‐                 ‐      18,738
001‐6500‐46100   Office Supplies                                               ‐                          ‐                        ‐                     150                   187            300            300
                                                TOTAL             270,472            321,645          309,505                                    414,138          417,638   376,343   427,632




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                                                                      Department: 7300 Solid Waste



                                                                  2007                   2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                  2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated             Council
   Acct No               Account Description                     Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget              Approved
001‐7300‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              274,045                     293,309                   363,599                    370,295                   370,295              365,000            354,114
001‐7300‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   23,180                      40,139                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                    ‐                  ‐
001‐7300‐41200   Overtime                                          29,700                      32,824                    43,742                     39,403                    39,403               37,913              33,314
001‐7300‐41300   Benefits                                        176,340                     253,092                   265,656                    258,619                   258,619              250,000            251,207
001‐7300‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                        2,688                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                    ‐                  ‐
001‐7300‐43400   Contractual Services                              43,986                      38,604                    30,988                   132,000                   132,000              126,000               32,000
001‐7300‐43424   Permits                                             2,000                       2,100                     2,456                      2,500                     2,500                 2,456              2,500
001‐7300‐44420   Equipment Rental                                             ‐                     124                             ‐                     500                       500                  100                500
001‐7300‐45300   Communications/Postage                              4,817                       4,794                     2,989                      6,750                     6,750                 6,495              7,000
001‐7300‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                 357                        205                        260                    1,000                     1,000                    660             1,000
001‐7300‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             1,474                       3,279                     1,872                      5,400                     5,400                 3,400              5,400
001‐7300‐45900   Training                                            1,382                          830                    2,042                      3,300                     3,300                 3,000              5,400
001‐7300‐46100   Office Supplies                                              ‐                           ‐                    211                        600                       600                  550                600
001‐7300‐46120   Operating Supplies                                47,174                      45,629                    42,327                     50,000                    50,000               48,000              50,000
001‐7300‐46200   Heating                                           20,174                      22,753                    17,072                     21,000                    21,000               26,000              21,000
001‐7300‐46220   Electricity                                       36,376                      33,673                    32,206                     42,000                    42,000               38,000              41,000
001‐7300‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                         23,314                      39,061                    33,633                     40,000                    40,000               37,058              40,000
001‐7300‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    374                        611                        553                    1,226                     1,226                 1,226              1,286
001‐7300‐46500   Clothing                                            2,494                       1,725                     1,856                      1,800                     1,800                 1,800              1,800
001‐7300‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                    21,792                        7,596                   14,643                     25,000                    25,000               23,800              25,000
001‐7300‐46950   Miscellaneous Supplies                            11,539                        8,119                   18,000                     20,000                    20,000               18,000              20,000
001‐7300‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                             5,936                                ‐              12,980                                ‐              36,000               36,000                6,500
001‐7300‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                            27,604                      18,437                    10,104                     40,000                    76,000               76,000                        ‐
                                                  TOTAL          756,744                     846,904                   897,188                1,061,393                 1,133,393            1,101,458              899,621




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                                          CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                2011 BUDGET
                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Description                             Page              Description                     Page
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General Fund Support Expenses
Community Service Organizations            59
Education                                  60
                                                                      Community Service Organizations



                                                                     2007                       2008                       2009                       2010                      2010                    2010                 2011


                                                                                                                                                  Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated              Council
   Acct No                 Account Description                      Actual                     Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget               Approved
001‐0500‐48600   Contributions‐PWSCC                                    634,731                     634,731                   700,000                    700,000                   700,000              700,000              700,000
NEW              PWSCC ‐ Nursing Program                                             ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                    ‐       175,000
001‐0700‐48600   Contributions‐Vdz Arts Council                             8,280                       8,280                   10,000                     10,000                    10,000               10,000               10,000
001‐0810‐48600   Contributions‐VCVB                                     327,000                     343,934                   362,000                    368,000                   368,000              368,000              398,000
001‐0820‐48600   Contributions‐VSC                                        93,500                    171,996                   150,000                    125,000                   125,000              125,000              150,000
001‐0830‐48600   Contributions‐AVV                                        37,000                      40,000                    40,000                     40,000                    40,000               40,000               40,000
001‐6800‐48600   Contributions‐Vdz Museum                               204,875                     242,150                   299,000                    319,000                   319,000              319,000              319,000
001‐0860‐48600   Contributions‐Food Bank                                             ‐                           ‐              20,000                     10,000                    38,000               38,000               15,000
001‐0850‐48600   Contributions ‐ KCHU                                                ‐                           ‐              13,000                                ‐                         ‐                    ‐                    ‐
001‐0840‐48600   Contributions ‐ Big Brother Big Sister                              ‐                           ‐                         ‐               13,000                    13,000               13,000                  7,500
                                                       Total        1,305,386                   1,441,091                 1,594,000                  1,585,000                 1,613,000            1,613,000            1,814,500




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                                                                     Department: 0100 Education



                                                              2007                2008                      2009                  2010                 2010             2010            2011
                                                                                                                                   Adopted           Amended          Estimated       Council 
    Acct No          Account Description               Actual                    Actual                      Actual                 Budget             Budget            Budget     Approved
001‐0100‐48600 Contributions‐ Education                7,048,264                   7,318,921                 8,086,823        8,944,896                  8,944,896     8,944,896     9,194,896
001‐0050‐49140 Contr. To School Stabilization                          ‐                           ‐                         ‐           250,000            250,000       250,000                    ‐
                                           TOTAL      7,048,264                   7,318,921                 8,086,823                9,194,896          9,194,896     9,194,896     9,194,896




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                                                  CITY OF VALDEZ, ALASKA
                                                        2011 BUDGET
                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS

   Description                                    Page              Description              Page
______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Other City Funds                                      Permanent Fund Intro                        90
Capital Facilities (CF) Fund Intro         61         Permanent Fund Revenue                      91
2011Community Investment Projects          62         Permanent Fund Expenditures – Dept 5250     92
2011 Project Descriptions                  63-64
                                                      Debt Service Fund Intro                     93
Reserve Fund Intro                         65         Debt Service Fund Revenue                   94
Reserve Fund Revenue                       66         Debt Service Fund Expenditures – Dept. 2050 95
Reserve Fund Expenditures                  67
2011 Major Maintenance Project List        68-69      2011 Budget Glossary                        96-102
Master 10 Year Equipment Replacement Plan  70-73

Harbor Fund Intro                                  74
Harbor Fund Revenues                               75
Harbor Fund Expenditures – Dept. 4300              76

Utility Fund Intro                                 77
Utility Fund Revenue                               78
Water Expenditure – Dept. 7100                     79
Sewer Expenditures - Dept. 7200                    80

Port Fund Introduction                             81
Port Fund Revenues                                 82
Port Fund Expenditures- Dept. 4500                 83

Airport Fund Intro                                 84
Airport Fund Revenue                               85
Airport Fund Expenditures – Dept. 4600             86

Gilson Medical Clinic Fund Intro                   87
Gilson Medical Clinic Fund Revenue                 88
Gilson Medical Clinic Expenditures - Dept. 5260    89
                                                     CAPITAL FACILITIES FUND

The Capital Facilities Fund is used to account for the financial resources expended to acquire or construct major capital assets, major
maintenance projects and major maintenance programs. Financing is provided primarily by transfers from General Fund, and is
supplemented by State and Federal Grants. Segregating capital projects and major renovations to this fund provides a formal mechanism
to account for major projects/programs, and to provide a consistent accounting source to accommodate state and federal grant accounting
of projects.




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                                                                                 2011 CAPITAL PROJECTS LIST
                                                                                                             Total Project           Total Exp/ Enc           Estimated Funds  2011 General Fund                     2011  Available 
Project #       Project Name                                            Description                          Revenues                to date                  Available at 12/31/10   Transfer In                    Funds
310 8060 58000 Flood Mitigation                            Design & Construction                              $    2,719,909.00       $  1,451,063.00          $     1,268,846.00 $                           ‐       $  1,268,846.00
310 2160 58000 Alpine Woods Sewer Project                  Construction                                       $    2,419,556.00       $  2,186,461.77          $         233,094.23 $             325,000.00          $      558,094.23
312 6400        Kelsey Dock Waterline                      Design & Construction                              $       494,250.00      $                   ‐    $         494,250.00 $                           ‐     $      494,250.00
310 9262 58000 Kelsy Dock ‐ Ruth Pond Phase III Design     Design                                             $       535,173.00      $      399,193.14        $         135,979.86 $                           ‐     $      135,979.86
310 9190 58000 Medical Campus Master Plan                  Set aside                                          $       420,000.00      $      305,445.36        $         114,554.64 $             410,000.00          $      114,554.64
310 6065 58000 SBH H‐K Tour Dock Electrical                Design & Construction                              $    1,458,047.53       $      684,300.00        $         773,747.53 $                           ‐     $      773,747.53
310 6072 58000  SBH Sea Wall Dock Replacement              Design & Construction                              $       150,000.00      $                   ‐    $         150,000.00 $             150,000.00          $      300,000.00
310 6070 58000 SBH Launch Ramp Upgrades Float              Design & Construction                              $       100,000.00      $                   ‐    $         100,000.00 $             850,000.00          $      950,000.00
310 6069 58000 New SBH Upland Development                  Surveying & Geotech                                $       130,483.00      $                   ‐    $         130,483.00 $                           ‐     $      130,483.00
310 5730 58000 Sea Otter Demolition                        Construction                                       $          39,635.00    $        19,543.50       $           20,091.50 $             100,000.00         $      120,091.50
310 5020 58000 Ice Rink                                    Set aside                                          $          25,000.00    $        20,000.00       $             5,000.00 $             320,000.00        $                   ‐
310 6840 58000 VCT Waterfront Upgrades                     Landing Craft Ramp & Mooring Dolphin Design        $       150,000.00      $                   ‐    $         150,000.00 $                           ‐     $      150,000.00
310 9162 58000 Senior Center Carport                       Design                                             $       125,000.00      $                   ‐    $         125,000.00 $                           ‐     $      125,000.00
310 4646 58000 Theatre  Upgrades                           Construction                                       $       320,000.00      $                   ‐    $         320,000.00 $                           ‐     $      320,000.00
310 2515 58000 STP Outfall Design                          Design                                             $          90,000.00    $                   ‐    $           90,000.00 $                           ‐    $        90,000.00
310 1042 58000 Homestead Road Improvements                 Design & Construction                              $       949,180.00      $                   ‐    $         949,180.00 $                           ‐     $      949,180.00
310 8180 58000 Airport Industrial Park Extension           Construction                                       $       512,236.00      $        77,760.00       $         434,476.00 $                           ‐     $      434,476.00
                                                                                                       Total $  10,638,469.53         $  5,143,766.77          $     5,494,702.76 $          2,155,000.00             $  6,914,702.76


                Note: Projects Still in the Planning Stage and Require Further Council Guidance:
                 New Middle School
                 City Shop Facilities/Kelsey Dock Warehouse
                 City Hall Renovation
                 Airport Terminal Renovation
                 Ai     tT     i lR         ti

                Note: Active Projects but not on the Primary Work Plan for 2011:
                 Corbin Creek Water/Sewer/Paving
                 Robe River Sewer
                 New Harbor Expansion
                 Sawmill Road Extension
                 Trap Range




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                                 2011 Community Investment Project (CIP) Project Descriptions

Flood Mitigation: The City continues to seek to provide reasonable flood protection infrastructure to all residents. In 2010, the city
improved and extended dike/levee structures on the up-stream end of the Alpine Woods subdivision and improved access to these
structures. In 2011, the city will carry the dike/levee enhancements further downstream, per the recommendations of the flood
mitigation design engineer.

Alpine Woods Sewer Project: This project will continue the “Option 2” septic replacement program in the Alpine Woods area. As of
Fall 2010, there are six (6) Option 2 projects in progress, and the 2011 budgeted funds would allow for the replacement of
(approximately) 14 additional systems.

Kelsey Dock-Water Line: This project will replace an older section of city water line that is located under the new Kelsey dock plaza.
The new water line will be re-routed around existing infrastructure and the existing line will be abandoned in place. This project
should have been accomplished in conjunction with the original uplands project when the plaza was constructed, however, this
phase of the project was designed and controlled by the state, who determined the water line replacement was not to be included as
part of the project. Recent breaks in this water line indicate the line must be replaced or risk damaging much of the new concrete
and asphalt work.

Kelsey Dock-Ruth Pond Phase III: These funds are to be utilized to continue the effort to enhance Ruth Pond and the area around
the pond. In 2010, the pond was dredged, storm water drainage issues were corrected and sod was installed around the pond. The
exact scope of work for 2011 improvements is to be determined.

SBH H-K Tour Dock Electrical: This project will replace electrical wiring feeding these docks as well as the electric pedestals.

SBH Sea Wall Dock Replacement: The sea wall dock is in very poor condition and needs to be replaced. This project will replace
the existing dock with a new dock at the same location.

SBH East Launch Ramp Dock & Improvements: This project will widen the existing boat launch basin by altering the slope of the
rip-rap embankment and will add a dock to make it easier for the public to utilize the existing boat launch ramp.

New SBH Uplands Development: The purpose of this project is to gather survey and geotechnical data on “Hotel Hill” as it relates
to the “new small boat harbor” project. The project will further address new harbor upland needs by reviewing the existing uses and
availability of land in the South Harbor Drive area.

Sea Otter Demolition: This project will allow for the demolition and removal of structures on the (former) Sea Otter RV property.



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Ice Rink: This project was brought forward as a priority by the Parks and Recreation Commission. Funds for a project in an amount
that would cover ice rink design have been set aside in the 2011 budget, but have not been authorized for expenditure without further
City Council approval.

VCT Waterfront Upgrades: This budgeted item is for design and permitting for the VCT landing craft ramp rehabilitation and for an
additional mooring dolphin at the VCT.

Senior Citizen Center carport: This project is to replace the Senior Center parking structure, which has potential structural integrity
issues as well as creating snow/ice safety issues. It is anticipated that the design for this project will be completed in 2011.

Theatre Upgrades: This project will replace the seating, curtains, and door hardware at the Civic Center Theatre.

STP Outfall Design: The State has classified the stream that the wastewater lagoon discharges into as an “anadromous (salmon)
stream”, the city needs to complete the design (nearly finished five years ago) of a deep water sewer outfall pipe to the ocean.

Medical Campus Master Plan: The City is working through an appointed Mayor’s Task Force to guide development of an integrated
medical campus master plan which includes the hospital, the clinic, expanded rehabilitation, an MRI suite, expanded Long term Care
Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, and the Senior Center. These funds will be utilized for continued planning and initial design, upon
further approval of the City Council.

Airport Industrial Park Extension The City sold several lots in the Airport Subdivision. As part of the sales agreement, the City
agreed to provide improved road access to the sites. The road design was completed early in 2010, and nominal road improvements
will be completed in 2011.




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                                                         RESERVE FUND


The Reserve Fund is used to account for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of specific ongoing programs and physical
assets, such as major maintenance or major equipment which may be budgeted according to a multi year replacement schedule.




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                                                                                       Fund: 350 Transfers In and Revenues

                                                                   2007                       2008                      2009                    2010                      2010                       2010                            2011                       2011
                                                                                                                                               Adopted                  Amended                    Estimated                   City Manager                   Council
    Acct No              Account Description                      Actual                    Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                     Budget                       Approved                    Approved
350‐0050‐39100   Transfers from general Fund                       4,372,555                10,378,600                  7,294,473                 7,265,399                 9,395,399                     9,395,399                11,947,918                 12,183,270
350‐0050‐39106   Transfers from Port Fund                                 4,000                       4,000                    4,000                              ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐0050‐39110   Transfer from Harbor Fund                                         ‐                          ‐            301,540                   191,410                   191,410                       191,410                    195,242                    190,842
350‐0050‐39118   Transfer from Airport Fund                             20,000                                ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐0050‐39125   Transfer from Capital Facility                                    ‐                15,000                 580,000                                ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐0050‐39130   Transfer from Debt Service                        1,000,000                                  ‐            400,000                                ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
                 Transfers In Total                               5,396,555                 10,397,600                 8,580,013                  7,456,809                 9,586,809                    9,586,809                12,143,160                 12,374,112

350‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                                      247,123                     269,268                  174,108                       2,145
                                                                                                                                                       1                         12,145                      294,046                    294,000                    294,000
350‐0000‐39210   Sale of Equipment off sets ME cost in FY*            223,139                     293,507                  354,532                   150,000                   150,000                       150,000                                 ‐                          ‐
NEW              Equipment Rental off sets ME cost in FY*                          ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐3310‐33113   LEPC Grant Revenue odd years                                      ‐                          ‐                6,306                              ‐              11,279                        11,279                                ‐                          ‐
350‐3310‐33115   LEPC Grant even years                                             ‐                          ‐                5,045                      7,568                     7,568                      12,613                                ‐                          ‐
350‐3340‐33408   Child Care Assistance Grant ey                                    ‐                          ‐              18,045                               ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐3340‐33409   Day Care Grant Revenue                                            ‐                          ‐              17,755                               ‐                         ‐                  17,700                                ‐                          ‐
350‐5500‐33401   ACMP Grant                                                        ‐                          ‐                3,313                      7,687                     7,687                                 ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐5500‐33406   ACMP grant revenue ‐ even                                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                 6,000                                 ‐                          ‐                          ‐
350‐5500‐33411   Coastal Zone Mgmt Grant                                           ‐                  5,309                    3,991                              ‐                         ‐                             ‐                          ‐                          ‐
                                           Revenue Total              470,262                     568,084                  583,095                   177,400                   194,679                       485,638                    294,000                    294,000




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                                                                        FUND: 350 Reserve Expenditures



                                                                                                 2010                                2011                           2011                         2011
                                                                                               Available                                                          Available                   Authorized
        Acct No                            Account Description                                 Balance                       GF Transfer In                        Funds                      Expenditure
                                          Holding Accounts
350‐0100‐55000               School Budgetary Stabilization Holding                                       250,000                                        ‐                    250,000                                 ‐
350‐0202‐55000               Council Contingency HOLDING                                                  366,358                           295,952                           662,310                    466,358
350‐0300‐55000               Revenue Reserve HOLDING                                                   5,000,000                                         ‐                 5,000,000                                  ‐
350‐0315‐58000               Major Renovations Reserve                                                 4,848,842                         5,000,000                         9,848,842                                  ‐
350‐0318‐58000               Harbor Major Maint & Replace                                              1,292,950                            500,000                        1,792,950                                  ‐
350‐0607‐55000               Permanent Fund Reserve                                                    3,341,896                         1,733,836                         5,075,732                                  ‐
350‐1000‐58000               Landfill Closure Reserve                                                     550,798                           275,399                           826,197                                 ‐
                                                          Total Holding                             15,650,844                           7,805,187                      23,456,031                       466,358

                                        PROGRAMS/GRANTS
350‐0075‐49508               Day Care Grant Exp (EY)                                                        17,005                                        ‐                               ‐                         ‐
350‐0075‐49509               Day Care Grant Exp (OY)                                                              (60)                                    ‐                    35,773         17,886.50
350‐0310‐55000               Major Maintenance Reserve                                                 6,724,370                          2,073,439               8,797,809         8,645,656
350‐0320‐55000               Leave Liability Reserve                                                      111,875                            175,000                  286,875            286,875
350‐0400‐58000               Major Equipment Reserve                                                   1,821,112                          1,423,518               3,244,630         1,738,200
350‐0450‐55000               Energy Assistance Program                                                 1,348,709                             115,000               1,463,709            800,000
350‐0500‐55000               Special Events Reserve                                                           6,512                                       ‐                      6,512                6,512
350‐0550‐55000               Wind Energy System Test Program                                                10,000                                        ‐                    10,000              10,000
350‐0600‐55000               Nuisance Abatement Program                                                   110,257                              90,000                   200,257             200,257
350‐3550‐49513               LEPC Grant Expense                                                               9,399                                       ‐                      9,399                9,399
350‐5500‐49506               ACMP Grant (EY)                                                                  4,500                                       ‐                               ‐                         ‐
350‐5500‐49511               ACMP Grant (OY)                                                                  4,086                                       ‐                      4,086                4,086
350‐8364‐55000               Disaster Prepardness Reserve                                                 139,245                              65,000                  204,245            204,245
350‐1100‐55000               Road and Sidewalk repairs                                                      62,000                           200,000                  262,000            262,000
350‐5550‐55000               Beautification Commitee                                                        35,000                           115,000                  150,000            150,000
                             Master Planning
350‐5520‐55000.101                         g
                             Master Planning‐Comprehensive
                                                  p                                                       200,000
                                                                                                                ,                                        ‐                        ,
                                                                                                                                                                              200,000                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        200,000
350‐5520‐55000.102           Master Planning‐Testing Training                                                          ‐                    200,000                           200,000                   200,000
350‐5520‐55000.103           Master Planning‐SBH Master Plan                                                50,000                                       ‐                      50,000                    50,000
350‐5520‐55000.104           Master Planning‐New Harbor Planning                                            40,000                                       ‐                      40,000                    40,000
350‐5520‐55000.105           Master Planning‐Building Fire Code Review                                      40,000                                       ‐                      40,000                    40,000
350‐5520‐55000.106           Master Planning‐CEDS                                                                      ‐                    100,000                           100,000                   100,000
350‐5520‐55000.107           Master Planning‐Flood Planning                                                            ‐                    100,000                           100,000                   100,000
350‐5520‐55000.108           Master Planning‐ Health & Safety Plan                                                     ‐                      40,000                            40,000                    40,000
                                            Total Master Planning                                        330,000                            440,000                          770,000                   770,000
                             Land Development
350‐8000‐55000.580 Land Devlp‐ Snow Lots                                                       412,456                                                   ‐                    412,456                    412,456
350‐8000‐55000.582 Land Devlp‐ Misc                                                            649,750                                                   ‐                    649,750                    649,750
                                                           Land Development               1,062,206                                                     ‐                 1,062,206                  1,062,206
                                                                        Total            11,796,217                                      4,696,957                      16,507,501                  14,167,323

Note: The Reserve Programs have the same line item management authority as any other City Department




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                                                                                  2011 Major Maintenance Request

                                                                                                                      Prior
                                                                                                                      Years                  CY                         CY                        CY                Balance                2011                     2011
Project                                                 Budget               Amended               Amended           Actual             Encumbrance                   Actual                    Balance             Forward               Budget              Available Budget             Completed
                               2010
HHES Fire Alarm , PA & Master Clock             6004        285,000               243,103             528,103          528,103                          ‐                           ‐                           ‐                    ‐                                                 ‐      X
Civic Center Generator Install                  6005       546,750                (49,916)            496,834          487,398                          ‐                           ‐                 9,436.00               9,436                                                     ‐      X
Replace Garbage Baler                           6006        585,000                            ‐      585,000          546,367                          ‐                           ‐               38,633.25             38,633                                                       ‐      X
Temp Airport Roof Repairs                       6007        200,000               (20,000)            180,000          174,704                          ‐                           ‐                 5,296.00               5,296                                                     ‐      X
VCT Causeway  Insp & Expension                  6010       100,000                324,000             424,000            71,907             10,852.78                 304,443.48                    36,796.25                        ‐                                      36,796.25
Sewer liftstation design & overhaul             6011        100,000               380,000             480,000            61,342               6,695.40                  16,130.00                 395,832.87                         ‐                                                 ‐
Goldfield Mechanical & Electrical Upgrades      6013          18,000                           ‐        18,000             5,276                        ‐                           ‐               12,723.78             12,724                                                       ‐      X
Senior Center Kitchen Repair/Upgrade            6015          35,000                 (3,651)            31,349           30,482                         ‐                           ‐                     867.09                867                                                           X
Marine Travellift Structural Imp                6016                     ‐        280,636             280,636          279,754                          ‐                     395.39                      486.59                487                                                           X
Fish Pump Installation                          6017                     ‐        197,348             197,348          156,093                   481.27                   3,761.38
                                                                                                                                                                                                    37,012.36                        ‐                                      37,012.36
Carpeting (TCC Area)                            6370                     ‐            9,700               9,700            9,500                        ‐                     200.00                            ‐                    ‐                                                 ‐      X
Crack Sealing General Area                      6080                     ‐        100,000             100,000            62,361                         ‐                           ‐               37,638.80             37,639                                                       ‐      X
Civic Center Fire Alarm Replace                  902          60,000              445,000             505,000              5,000                            ‐                            ‐        500,000.00                         ‐                                   500,000.00
SBH Boiler Replace                               904          20,000                                    20,000           13,374                         ‐                 1,754.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                      4,871.56                       ‐                                        4,871.56
Port Boiler Replace                              905          10,000                           ‐        10,000             6,824                        ‐                     864.03                  2,311.85               2,312                                                            X
Airport Fire Alarm                               907          50,000              165,000      215,000                   12,062                         ‐                           ‐             202,937.92                         ‐                                   202,937.92
Library/ Museum UST removal & Boilers Replace    908        250,000               225,000      475,000                 104,018              25,401.37                   60,207.66                 285,372.89                         ‐                                   285,372.89
City Wide Fuel Tank Recertification              909       150,000                             ‐      150,000            16,997                         ‐                 8,928.46
                                                                                                                                                                                                  124,074.85            124,075                                                               X
Baler Waste Oil Tank                             917          75,000              441,079      516,079                 216,655                          ‐             289,722.54                      9,701.02               9,701                                                            X
Harbor Anodes                                    919        315,000               (50,000)      265,000                238,463              19,980.00                         525.00                  6,031.73               6,032                                                            X
SBH Tour Dock Pump Out System Replace            922          30,000                38,401        68,401                 11,055             19,921.17                   37,424.83                               ‐                    ‐                                                        X
Sea Otter UST Removal
Sea Otter UST Removal                            924          50 000
                                                              50,000                 (7 897)        42 103
                                                                                     (7,897)            42,103           40 894
                                                                                                                         40,894                         ‐                   073 52
                                                                                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                                                                                          1,073.52                        135 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                          135.00                135                                                           X
SBH Laydown Waterline Replacement                925      (178,991)               836,581      657,590                 398,632                          ‐             247,439.19                    11,519.23             11,519                                                              X
Library‐ Install Fire Alarm                     1001        200,000                            ‐      200,000                       ‐                   ‐                           ‐             200,000.00                         ‐                                   200,000.00
Civic Center Fittings & Unions                  1002       250,000                  75,000      325,000                             ‐     284,290.95                      4,975.41
                                                                                                                                                                                                    35,733.64                                             ‐                 35,733.64
Civic Center Restaining                         1003          40,000                45,439        85,439                            ‐                   ‐               85,135.76                         303.00          303.00                                                              X
School Restaining                               1004       110,000                  59,561      169,561                             ‐                   ‐             165,345.76                      4,215.48         4,215.48                                                               X
Teen Center Kitchen Remodel                     1005          50,000                26,313        76,313                            ‐       26,266.00                   32,012.77                   18,034.54                                                               18,034.54
Teen Center BBQ Fan & Grill                     1006          15,000                           ‐        15,000                      ‐            382.50                   9,436.73
                                                                                                                                                                                                      5,180.77                                                                5,180.77
Fire Station 1 Mandoors                         1007          15,000                           ‐        15,000                      ‐         1,044.50                        939.38                13,016.12                                                               13,016.12
Teen Center Front Doors & Walkway               1008          25,000                           ‐        25,000                      ‐            170.00                   4,068.35
                                                                                                                                                                                                    20,761.65                                                               20,761.65
VCT Electrical                                  1009       147,570                             ‐      147,570                       ‐     128,010.00                      8,305.30
                                                                                                                                                                                                    11,254.70                                550,000                        11,254.70
Robe River Reservoir siding & lip repair        1011          25,000                           ‐        25,000                      ‐                   ‐                 4,699.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                    20,301.00                                                               20,301.00
City Hall Carpet Repair                         1012          50,000                           ‐        50,000                      ‐                   ‐                           ‐               50,000.00                                                               50,000.00
Goldfields Complex Well & Septic Tank Replace   1013          20,000                25,000        45,000                            ‐                   ‐                 6,923.84
                                                                                                                                                                                                    38,076.16                                                               38,076.16
PD/Jail Garage, Roof, Water Closet              1014        190,000                 43,232      233,232                             ‐         4,950.00                  14,850.00                 213,432.00                                                             213,432.00
VCT Gate Backup Power                           1015          25,000              (25,000)                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                           ‐                           ‐                                                                      ‐      X
Airport Electrical Extension                    1016                     ‐          29,863        29,863                            ‐                   ‐               29,862.82                               ‐                                                                      ‐      X
City Hall Emergency UPS Upgrade                 1017                     ‐        150,000      150,000                              ‐                   ‐                           ‐             150,000.00                                                             150,000.00
Ambulance Bay Remodel                           1018                     ‐          30,137        30,137                            ‐         8,950.00                              ‐               21,187.18        21,187.18                                                                X
                                                                                                                                                                                       approx balance forward           284,561




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                                                                                                                                                   Prior
                                                                                                                                                   Years                  CY          CY         CY                 Balance            2011               2011
Project                                                                                       Budget           Amended   Amended                  Actual             Encumbrance    Actual     Balance              Forward           Budget        Available Budget            Completed
                                 2011
Harbor Restroom ‐ Update Fixtures                                          1101                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          50,000                      50,000
City Hall/FS/Library‐insulate/seal concrete panels                         1102                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                        180,000                     180,000
VCT ‐ replace truck scales                                                 1103                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          60,000                      60,000
Library ‐ remodel bathrooms                                                1104                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          80,000                      80,000
Library ‐ replace entry doors                                              1105                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          75,000                      75,000
City Hall/FS/Library‐replace sidewalks                                     1106                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                        250,000                     250,000
Airport ‐ replace exterior lighting                                        1107                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          60,000                      60,000
Airport ‐ replace water lines                                              1108                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          50,000                      50,000
Airport ‐ replace carpet main floor and paint interior                     1109                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                        170,000                     170,000
Civic Center ‐ new roof                                                    1110                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                        500,000                     500,000
FS1/CEDD ‐ roof replacement (patches)                                      1111                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          50,000                      50,000
Comfort Stations ‐ remodel @ T‐ball field                                  1112                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          50,000                      50,000
Shop ‐ office ventilation                                                  1113                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          30,000                      30,000
Glacier Campground ‐ replace out houses                                    1114                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          45,000                      45,000
Civic Center ‐ stairway trail & picnic shelter                             1115                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          75,000                      75,000
VMF ‐ paint equipment gas island                                           1116                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          30,000                      30,000
Police Range Upgrade                                                       1117                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          25,000                      25,000
Airport Chair Replacement                                                  1118                                                            ‐                     ‐                                              ‐                          28,000                      28,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                         2011 New projects cost      2,358,000              3,650,781.56
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Est Balance forward       284,561
Note: The Major Maintenance Program has the same line item management authority as any other City Department                                                                                                2011 GF Contribution      2,073,439




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Inventory #                           Item Description                      yr p    Purch $    Yr   Exp Site         FY2011     FY2012     FY2013       FY2014       FY2015       FY2016       FY2017       FY2018       FY2019       FY2020
Civic Center 6400
055-0026        26' SCISSOR LIFT 1930                                                14,800    05   22
055-1007          GRAND PIANO                                                       100,000    83   50
055-00148         RANGE                                                              14,000    07   20
055-00147         RANGE                                                              14,000    07   20
055-01863         CONVECTION OVEN                                                    16,000    07   20
055-00166         WALKIN FRIGERATOR                                                  10,000    07   20
005-02086         DISHWASHER                                                         17,203    10   10                                                                                                                                               18,000
                  STEAMER OVEN                                                       19,000    07   20
                  STACKING CHAIR REPLACEMENT                                         30,000    82   28                            40,000
                  REACH -IN FREEZER SYSTEM                                           16,226    10   10                                                                                                                                               17,000
                  SPEAKERS                                                           13,916    08   20
                  CONSOLE/PROJECTOR                                                  46,540    08   10                                                                                                        46,510
                  SERVER                                                             16,800    08    7                                                                 20,328
                  LENSES                                                              5,233    08   10                                                                                                         6,793
                  SOUND SYSTEM                                                        9,763    08   15
                  3D DIGITAL CINEMA PROJECTION                                       26,777    10   10                                                                                                                                           28,000
                  SCREEN                                                             35,730    08   10                                                                                                        46,440
NEW               Catering Dishware set                                                   ?    82   15                 22,000
                                                   TOTAL CIVIC CENTER               405,988                            22,000     40,000            -            -     20,328              -            -     99,743              -              63,000

Fire Department 3200
350-0001       PUMPER TRUCK-Seagrave E1 1109                                        100,734    81   25   FS3                                525,000
350-0152       TANKER -Spartan T4 0136                                              105,002    80   25   FS4                     250,000
350-0166       PUMPER TRUCK -SPARTAN E4 0161                                        129,800    80   25   FS4          525,000
               PUMPER/TANKER-PIERCE E-2                                             511,671    09   25   FS1
               AMBULANCE -FORD 350 4X4 EMS2 2858                                    149,639    07   15   FS1
350-1945       AMBULANCE -FORD EMS3 4376                                             96,370    95   NR   FS4
350-2156       PICKUP, FORD 4X4 CREW CAB UTL1 8123                          07       34,238    06   10   FS1                                                                        40,000
350-2176       PUMPER TRUCK ENG-12 4885                                             271,169    95   25   FS3
350-2177       PUMPER TRUCK ENG 14 4886                                             271,169    95   25   FS1
               AMBULANCE, FORD 350 4X4 EMS1 7226                            10      167,290    10   15   FS1
350-2017       BREATHING AIR COMPRESSOR W.STATS                                      15,951    06   15   Air Rm
350-2061       REPEATER/PAGER SYSTEM                                                 44,417    92   18   TERM
350-2243       THERMAL IMAGING DETECTOR UT                                           25,000    98   20   ENG 12                                                                                  25,000
350-2696       EXPEDITION, CHIEF 4920                                                38,000    01   10   CHIEF         60,000
               INTUBATION MANNEKIN                                                     ,
                                                                                     12,650    05    8   FS1                                   ,
                                                                                                                                             14,000
               GMC PICKUP TRK1 3886                                                 110,580    05   25   FS1
               TANKER/PUMPER PETERBILT T-3 7057                                     237,534    09   25   FS3

                                              TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT                2,321,214                          585,000    250,000    539,000              -            -     40,000       25,000              -            -                      -
Police Department 3500
           102 EXPEDITION 5902                                                       44,990    10    7   PATROL                                                                     53,000
           261 EXPEDITION , CHIEF 1836                                               33,517    06    7   CHIEF                               53,000                                                                                                  53,000
              272 EXPEDITION 5185                                                    41,647    07    7   PATROL                                           53,000
              241 EXPEDITION K-9 9632                                                35,000    04    7   K-9                      53,000                                                                                    53,000
              242 EXPEDITION 9631 keep for cso in 2011                               35,000    04   NR PATROL
              232 EXPEDITION 8197                                                    33,576    03   12   JAILER                                                        48,000
              271 EXPEDITION 5596                                                    41,647    07    7   1ST SGT                                          53,000
ACO               EXPEDITION AC 7769                                                 24,500    00   12   ANIMAL        40,000
350-1434          DUP BASE STATION                                                    9,834    00   10   WRK RM        16,000
350-2776          DISPATCH CONSOLE UPDATE                                            72,382    04   11   DISPAT                                                       100,000
                  ICS TRAILER 0783                                                   35,000    04   20   CITY HALL
                  MURV VAN 4751                                                      91,120    03   20   CITY HALL
              281 EXPEDITION 6593                                                    42,906    08    7   PATROL                                                        53,000
              101 EXPEDITION,6906                                                    47,764    10    7   LT                                                                                      53,000
                                                  Police Department Total           588,883                            56,000     53,000     53,000      106,000      201,000       53,000       53,000              -       53,000                  53,000




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Inventory #                      Item Description              yr p   Purch $     Yr   Exp Site         FY2011     FY2012      FY2013     FY2014       FY2015     FY2016       FY2017     FY2018       FY2019       FY2020

Streets 4400
410-0013       BACKHOE 5810-B                                           20,000    77   NR STP
410-0401       BACKHOE LOADER 426B 0567                                 65,800    95   20    SHOP                                                        85,000
410-0046       ROLLER CC10                                              14,500    81   30    SHOP
410-0075       CHEV PICKUP TRUCK 4X4 5826                               13,851    94   15    SHOP
               FORD PICKUP TRUCK 4X4 3453                               23,432    09   15    SHOP
440-0322       FORD PICKUP TRUCK 4X4 3724                               15,632    04   15    SHOP                                                                                                         28,000
440-0326       PICKUP TRUCK 4X4 W/ TOOL BOXES 3723                      15,632    04   15    SHOP                                                                                                         28,000
440-185        FORD W/UTILITY BODY 1791                                 42,462    00   12    SHOP                    50,000
440-0351       CHEVY W/ Utility Body 9506( BODY NEW 08)                 21,852    95   20    SHOP                                                        33,480
440-0411       INTERNATIONAL VAC TRUCK 2075                            209,959    97   15    SHOP                   365,000
               SNOW BLOWER - mounted on 1997 966F                      176,200    05   20    SHOP
               SNOW BLOWER - Mounted on 1998 966F                      153,800    04   20    SHOP
               966F LOADER - 2231 With 2005 Blower #114                226,138    97   28    SHOP
               966F LOADER - 2863 With 2004 Blower #111                232,000    98   26    SHOP
               966G LOADER - 0871 #141                                 276,139    00    7    BALER                                                                 315,000
               966H LOADER - 0989 #155                                 279,930    07    7    SHOP                                          315,000
               966H LOADER - 0987 #154                                 279,930 07       7    SHOP                                          315,000
               966H LOADER - #163                                      309,000 10       7    SHOP                                                                               315,000
               966G LOADER - 0603 #147                                 272,213    03    7    BALER                                                                              315,000
               966G LOADER - 0987 #148                                 264,948    04    7    SHOP        315,000                                                                           315,000
               966G LOADER - 0979 #149                                 264,948    04    7    SHOP        315,000                                                                           315,000
               966G LOADER - 1206 #150                                 260,648    05    7    SHOP                   315,000                                                                              315,000
               14H GRADER -1591 #151                                   307,513    05    7    SHOP                   404,000                                                                              404,000
               14H GRADER - 1936 #153                                  327,940    06    7    SHOP                               404,000                                                                                          404,000
               14H GRADER - 1937 #152                                  327,940    06    7    SHOP                               404,000                                                                                          404,000
               320 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR W/ TRAILER                      281,994    09   20    SHOP
440-0182       AIR COMPRESSOR W/1000 HOSE                               14,155    99   20    SHOP                                                                                                         17,000
               FORD TRUCK W/ STELLAR 9141                               68,601    04   10    SHOP         80,000
440-0182       CAT D7 DOZER 1001 # 146                                 250,000    02   20    SHOP
440-0300       ROLLER PULL BEHIND/ Sealer                               18,000    04   30    SHOP
               966H LOADER 1739 #156                                   295,709    08    7    SHOP                                                       315,000
               14M GRADER 0716 # 157                                   370,215    08    7    SHOP                                                       404,000
               SWEEPER, ELGIN 5061                                     187,350    09   10    SHOP                                                                                                        200,000
               PETERBILT TRUCKW/ STELLER 7259                  09      228,262    10   100   SHOP                                                                                                                            240,000
               EXPEDITION 4919                                                    03   HD    DIRECTOR
               14M GRADER 1044 #162                                    404,000    09    7    SHOP                                                                  404,000
               FORKLIFT                                        04                      15    SHOP                                                                                                         40,000
350-2790        EXPEDITION 7679                                                   99   HD    ADMIN
                                TOTAL STREET/SHOP DEPARTMENT          6,908,041                          710,000   1,134,000    808,000    630,000      837,480    719,000      630,000    630,000      1,032,000         1,048,000

Harbor 4300
430-0287       FORD PICKUP 4X4 FLATBED 2814                              32,000   97   15    HARBOR                  40,000
               BLAZER, BLUE & WHITE 6268                                35,000    94   HD    HARBOR
430-0317       553 BOBCAT #3                                            20,000    01   10    HARBOR       35,000
430-0323       553 BOBCAT #4                                            25,000    03   10    HARBOR                              35,000
               MUNSON 21' BOAT                                          10,000    86   25    HARBOR
               VAC TRAILER                                              28,000    97   20    SHOP                                                                                35,000
               FORD PICKUP 6664                                         18,139    05   15    HARBOR                                                                                                                           25,000
               MARINE TRAVELLIFT                                       275,250    05   20    HARBOR
               SOUTHERN SKIMMER                                         8,641 97       25    HARBOR
                                     TOTAL HARBOR DEPARTMENT           564,083                            35,000     40,000      35,000            -                       -     35,000            -            -               25,000




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Inventory #                     Item Description                    yr p   Purch $    Yr   Exp Site       FY2011       FY2012       FY2013       FY2014       FY2015       FY2016       FY2017       FY2018       FY2019       FY2020
Port 4500

              BOB CAT 543 MODEL #2 4796                                     12,596    86   15   AIRPORT     35,000
430-0161      BOB CAT 543 #1 3422                                            15,812   89   NR   CT
              FORD PICKUP F-150 0902                                         31,074   08   15   YARD
              CHEV PICK-UP 1/2 TON 5018                                     14,632    93   HD   YARD

                                        TOTAL PORT DEPARTMENT               74,114                          35,000              -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -                           -

Engineering 5780
350-2755       EXPEDITION 7079                                                        01   HD AIRPORT
540-00312      FORD ESCAPE 0834                                             18,023    05   15 AIRPORT                                                                                                                                         20,000
                               TOTAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT                 18,023                                 -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -                  20,000

Building & Maint 4200
               FORD 4x4 F350 4058                                           27,000    06   15 B&G
546-0258       CHEVY PICK UP With Bugger 1365                               13,893    92   N/R B&G

546-0292      CHEV VAN 4886                                                 25,000    01   15   B&G                                                                          38,000
546-0036      FORD VAN 3932                                                 29,400    04   15   B&G                                                                                                                   38,000
              FORD F-350 PICKUP 2318                                        31,812    08   15   B&G
              BOBCAT-TOOL CAT 4081                                          66,140    09   15   B&G
              906H LOADER 0421 #161                                         86,565    09   7    B&G                                                                         100,000
              MAN LIFT-GENIE Z45/25J 0034                                             02   15                                                                                             45,360
              SNOW BLOWER SR321 for 906H Loader                                                             10,200
                         TOTAL BUILDING MAINT DEPARTMENT                   279,810                          10,200              -            -            -            -    138,000       45,360              -       38,000                            -
                                                                                                            10,200


Community Development 5500
550-0156     FORD ESCAPE 0833                                               18,023    05   15                                                                                                                                                 20,000
             TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT                         18,023                                 -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -                  20,000

Parks & Rec 6200 & 6500
620-0564       PORTABLE WOOD/BRUSH CHIPPER                                  10,400    93   20   WH                                    20,000
620-0671       CHEV 4X4 PU W/ Utility box 5513                              24,606    97   15   PARKS                    35,000
620-0673      TILT TRAILER MODEL DPKZ4TE                                    11,548    98   30   SHOP
620-0684      PISTEN BULLY                                                 151,263    05   10   SHOP                                                           300,000
620-0599      LOGAN SNOW GROOMER MODEL 1800                                 80,074    94   NR SHOP
              EXPEDITION 7680                                                         99   HD PARKS
620-0588      FORD F25O PICK UP TRUCK 0141                                  17,769    04   15   PARKS                                                                                                                25,000
              CHEVY PICKUP 9453                                                       95   HD PARKS
              JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 2051                                       43,843    09   15   PARKS
              EXPEDITION 7079                                                         97   HD
                                                TOTAL PARKS & REC          339,503                                 -     35,000       20,000              -    300,000              -            -            -      25,000                             ‐

Water 7100
710-0020      195 BHP ENGINE                                                24,000    81   30
710-0118      LINE SHAFT TURBINE 4 ST                                       12,000    89   30   WW4                                                                                                                  15,000
710-0203      250 BHP JOHN DEERE DIESEL                                     30,000    99   30   WW3
710-0004      150 HP ELECTRIC MOTOR                                         20,000    03   30   WW3
710-0022      200 HP ELECTRIC MOTOR                                         10,000    81   30   WW4
710-0048      60KW GENERATOR MD60R0781                                      15,000    75   34   WW1
710-0228      GENERATOR UNIT - 60KW RR Well House                           21,543    05   30   WW 7
710-0235      6" PORTABLE PUMP                                              13,000    96   30   WHRSE
720-806       FORD 250 EXT CAB 9594                                 06      19,675    04   15   STP                                                                                                                  28,000
                                      TOTAL WATER DEPARTMENT               165,218                                 -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -      43,000                            -




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Inventory #                         Item Description                 yr p    Purch $     Yr   Exp Site     FY2011       FY2012       FY2013       FY2014       FY2015       FY2016       FY2017       FY2018       FY2019        FY2020
Sewer 7200
720-0246         DIESEL LUGGER                                                20,000     00   25   SPS4
720-0266         GENERATOR                                                    16,000     99   30   SPS 3
720-0256         GENERATOR                                                    20,000     99   30   SS1
720-0277         FORD VAN 3933                                                31,463     04   15   STP                                                                                                                38,000
730-0074         LOADER 906 1417                                              79,000     00   NR STP
                 GODWIN PUMP                                                  32,722     10   20   STP
                 HOSE REEL SYSTEM LOW PROFILE                                 94,896     10   20   STP
                                            TOTAL SEWER DEPARTMENT           294,081                                -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -      38,000                              ‐
Solid Waste 7300



730-0020         94' WHITE 1 TON CHASSIS FLATBED 1505                         12,922     94   15 BALER       35,000                                                                                     25,000
730-0063         HEIL/PETERBILT FRONT LOAD TRASH TRUCK 9460                  232,700     10    7 BALER                                                                                    250,000
730-0076         HEIL/AUTOCAR FRONT LOAD TRASH TRUCK 0043                    192,980     04   NR BALER
              160 LOADER 904B 0912                                            83,111     07   15   BALER
730-0067          FORD PICKUP SUPERCAB 4X4 0231                               19,996     03   15   BALER                                                                                                25,000
730-0059          CB-72-47.5-10 CONVEYOR                                      70,000     05   12   BALER                                                                                   80,000
                  BALER-L100S BADGER                                         483,602     09   20   BALER
                 CCC/HEIL REAR LOADING REFUSE TRUCK 6568                     202,980     04    7   BALER    250,000                                                                                    250,000
                 BALER-TC-710                                                 11,132     10   20 BALER
                 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK W/STELLAR 7243                           80,636     92   NR BALER
                 HEIL/PETERBILT FRONT LOAD TRASH TRUCK 8458                  211,700     08    7 BALER                                                          250,000
                 D8L DOZER Y009 #158                                 08      110,000     84   20 BALER
                 FORD PICKUP F-550 W/ STELLER 4941                            41,885     08   10 BALER                                                                                                  45,000
                 PETERBILT W/ STELLER TRUCK 1533                             158,829     09   10   BALER                                                                                                             190,000
620-0676         HAUL ALL COLLECTION BOX ON 550                                43,190    10   10   BALER                                                                                                                                        45,000
                 TOTAL SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT                               2,034,663                       285,000              -            -            -    250,000              -    330,000      345,000        190,000                   45,000



                                                                                                           1,738,200    1,552,000    1,455,000     736,000     1,608,808     950,000     1,118,360    1,074,743      1,366,000             1,274,000
                 GRAND TOTALS '11 BASIS YEAR                                                                            1,590,800    1,527,750     791,200     1,769,689    1,068,750    1,286,114    1,262,823      1,639,200             1,560,650
                 TOTALS INFLATED AFTER 2011 @ 2.5% PER YEAR

                 ANNUAL AVERAGE OVER TEN YEARS                              1,423,518
                       ff t form ME S l
                 2009 offset f      Sales                                     (38,032)
                 GF Contribution for 2011                                   1,385,486




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                                                           HARBOR FUND

The Harbor is a special revenue fund that accounts for the operation of the small boat harbor. Operations are financed primarily by user
charges. These include direct marine related services such as berth rents (moorage), electricity sales, launching fees, and a variety of
upland fees and charges, including boat storage, boat lifting, boat launching, showers, and other charges.

Expenditures in the Harbor Fund include operating expenditures as well as expenditures for capital equipment with a cost of $1,000 to
$10,000. Capital projects related to the Harbor are found in the Capital Facilities Fund and Reserve Fund.




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                                                                   Department: Harbor Transfers In and Revenues



                                                                      2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                        2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                                Adopted                  Amended                     Estimated                    Council
    Acct No                 Account Description                      Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                      Budget                     Approved
402‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                                   ‐                       57,723                               ‐                        ‐                13,600                        13,600                          ‐
402‐0050‐39140 Transfer from Reserve Fund                        49,372                                        ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                             ‐                    ‐
                                    Transfer In Total            49,372                             57,723                               ‐                        ‐                13,600                        13,600                          ‐

402‐0000‐34000     Berth Rental                                       291,046                     300,448                   357,381                    379,822                   379,822                       364,859              404,316
402‐0000‐34002     Transient Berth Fees                               213,551                     225,383                   239,772                    241,210                   241,210                       256,233              259,571
402‐0000‐34004     Grid Use                                               1,741                       1,707                     1,678                      1,500                     1,500                         1,911                 1,700
402‐0000‐34006     Boat Lift Fees                                       53,760                      42,295                    38,570                     40,000                    40,000                        42,630               40,000
402‐0000‐34008     Shower Fees                                            3,544                       3,756                     5,036                      4,250                     4,250                         5,816                 5,000
402‐0000‐34010     Electricity                                          86,423                    119,006                   101,348                    100,000                   100,000                         92,567             100,000
402‐0000‐34012     Electric Installation Fees                             4,212                       4,500                     4,500                      4,000                     4,000                         4,400                 4,200
402‐0000‐34024     Slip Listing Fee                                     13,250                      12,956                    13,444                     11,950                    11,950                        15,100               14,500
402‐0000‐34030     Launch Fees                                          14,783                      12,882                    27,607                     22,000                    22,000                        25,710               23,000
402‐0000‐34032     Hoist and Crane Fees                                   2,528                       4,838                     5,663                      4,500                     4,500                         2,325                 4,000
402‐0000‐34040     Boat Storage                                         32,464                      49,110                    63,772                     55,000                    55,000                        56,921               55,000
402‐0000‐34050     Maintenance Pad Fee                                  14,765                      11,919                    14,520                     10,000                    10,000                        15,355               11,000
402‐0000‐34950     Other Harbor Revenue                                 24,930                        2,138                     2,759                      2,500                     2,500                         2,370                 2,000
402‐0000‐36110     Interest Income                                      16,198                      13,915                          388                        628                       628                     18,208               18,000
402‐0000‐36140     Harbor A/R Int/ Late Charges                               532                    (1,395)                        514                        400                       400                       1,235                 1,000
402‐0000‐36240     Waterfront Commercial Work Per                             650                        900                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
402‐0000‐39600     Recovery of Written off Accoun                             630                     2,157                           26                            ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
402‐0000‐39610     Cash Over/Short                                                 ‐                           ‐                    326                             ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
402‐0000‐39955     Other Misc Revenue                                              ‐                     120                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                             ‐                    ‐
402‐3340‐33530     Raw Fish Tax
                   Raw Fish Tax                                                    ‐                           ‐            375,540                    174,000                   174,000                       174,000              174,000
402‐3340‐33540     Shared Fisheries Business Tax                                   ‐                           ‐              49,629                     37,699                    37,699                        39,699               37,699
                                                       Total          775,008                     806,634               1,302,472                  1,089,459
                                                                                                                                                                             1,089,459                     1,119,339            1,154,986




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                                                           Department: Harbor Transfers Out and Expenditures



                                                                      2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                  2011
                                                                                                                                                Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated             Council
    Acct No                 Account Description                      Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget              Approved
402‐0050‐49100 Transfer to General Fund                                     ‐                                  ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐0050‐49140 Transfer to Reserve Fund                                     ‐                                  ‐            301,540           191,410                            191,410             191,410              190,842
                                  Transfers Out Total                       ‐                                  ‐            301,540           191,410                            191,410            191,410               190,842

402‐4300‐41100     Salaries and Wages                                 201,553                     211,322                   249,506                    262,543                   262,543             262,543              296,281
402‐4300‐41150     Temporary Wages                                      61,557                      68,730                    81,861                     85,000                    85,000              85,000               80,666
402‐4300‐41200     Overtime                                               2,528                       3,730                     2,082                      4,800                     4,800               3,091                 4,611
402‐4300‐41300     Benefits                                           116,490                     173,691                   174,562                    168,712                   168,712             168,712              190,403
402‐4300‐43200     Professional Fees & Services                                    ‐                     945                    1,224                      2,000                     2,000                        ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐43400     Contractual Services                                 59,536                      34,080                    35,771                     25,300                    25,300              23,282               37,000
402‐4300‐44110     Water                                                           ‐                  2,500                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐44120     Sewer                                                           ‐                  2,500                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐44225     Rural Snow Removal                                     1,662                       4,821                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐44310     Vehicle Maintenance                                          24                    2,500                           65                   1,500                     1,500                  500                   500
402‐4300‐44320     Building & Grounds Maintenance                         9,156                     12,908                    11,394                     23,625                    30,625              27,509               35,950
402‐4300‐44420     Equipment Rental                                             56                             ‐                      91                       500                       500                  91                  500
402‐4300‐45300     Communications/Postage                                 5,176                       6,468                     5,343                      8,300                     8,300               7,257                 8,700
402‐4300‐45400     Advertising & Promotion                                2,221                          234                        477                    1,500                     3,500                  477                3,500
402‐4300‐45500     Reproduction & Copying                                     293                     1,423                     2,164                      1,975                     1,975               1,975                 4,632
402‐4300‐45800     Travel & Transportation                                1,316                       1,227                     5,012                      7,800                     7,800               6,200                 8,600
402‐4300‐45900     Training                                               2,401                          200                        299                    5,500                     5,500               3,924                 1,000
402‐4300‐46100     Office Supplies                                        1,436                       1,994                     1,549                      3,000                     3,000               3,000                 6,500
402‐4300‐46110     Data Processing                                            250                              ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐46120     Operating Supplies
                   Operating Supplies                                     3,754                       2,352                     4,250                      6,694                     6,694               5,223              11,400
402‐4300‐46200     Heating                                              10,254                      14,280                    10,368                     13,000                    13,000              12,442               13,000
402‐4300‐46220     Electricity                                        123,180                     138,898                   123,221                    135,000                   135,000             133,754              135,000
402‐4300‐46260     Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                              5,182                       6,617                     5,183                      7,000                     7,000               5,201                 6,000
402‐4300‐46400     Dues & Subscriptions                                       175                     1,121                         555                        900                       900                900                1,000
402‐4300‐46500     Clothing                                                   858                        440                    1,399                      1,500                     1,500               1,232                 1,500
402‐4300‐46610     Hazmat Supplies                                        1,588                          987                        654                    2,000                     2,000               1,200                 2,000
402‐4300‐46700     Parts & Supplies for Equipment                         3,873                     15,620                      3,261                    19,782                    24,382              22,040               26,000
402‐4300‐46950     Miscellaneous Supplies                                     993                              ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐47300     Other Capital Equipment                                         ‐                           ‐              14,352                     10,000                    10,000                         ‐                    ‐
402‐4300‐47430     Office/Capital Expense                                          ‐                  2,525                     2,035                    19,014                    19,014              16,990                  4,900
402‐5700‐45200     Insurance                                            62,736                      75,879                    70,116                     71,605                    71,605              74,441               75,000
402‐5700‐48500     Harbor Ins                                             5,000                          171                             ‐                 9,500                     9,500               9,500                 9,500
                                                       Total          683,248                     788,163                   806,796                    898,050                   911,650            876,484               964,144




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                                                            UTILITY FUND

The Utility Fund is a special revenue fund that accounts for the cost of providing water and sewer services to the residents of the City.
Each department is separately budgeted. Operations are financed partially by user charges. The City Council has determined to subsidize
utility rates with property tax revenues. This is reflected as an operating transfer from the General Fund.

Expenditures in the Utilities Fund include operating expenditures as well as expenditures for capital equipment with a cost of $1,000 to
$10,000. Capital projects related to Utilities are found in the Capital Facilities Fund and Reserve Fund.




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                                                                          Utility Fund Transfers In and Revenues



                                                                 2007                   2008                       2009                       2010                      2010                      2010                   2010                2011

                                                                                                                                          Adopted                  Amended                                            Estimated            Council
    Acct No               Account Description                   Actual                 Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                       Actual                Budget             Approved
403‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                      385,385                      588,552                   682,116           585,559                            585,559                   610,559             610,559            632,923
403‐0050‐39140 Transfer from Reserve Fund                        11,181                                  ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                   Transfers In Total          396,566                      588,552                   682,116           585,559                            585,559                   610,559            610,559             632,923

403‐0000‐34014   Water/ Meter Fees                                  6,547                       5,113                     4,804                      5,000                     5,000                     2,139               2,224               4,500
403‐0000‐34016   Water Service Fee                              275,828                     261,253                   359,342                    250,000                   250,000                   108,147             225,690            250,000
403‐0000‐34110   VCT Water Service                                      786                     3,051                           39                            ‐                         ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
403‐0000‐34160   Other Services & Sales                                 190                              ‐                1,349                               ‐                         ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
403‐0000‐34220   City Dock Water                                          54                    2,544                     1,347                               ‐                         ‐                    192                192                      ‐
403‐0000‐34410   Sewer Connect Fees                                 1,200                       1,900                         900                    1,000                     1,000                         600                600                 600
403‐0000‐34420   Sewer User Fees                                297,549                     293,110                   437,612                    300,000                   300,000                   159,400             239,542            250,000
403‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                                  24,333                      20,548                      1,217                      1,000                     1,000                     1,123             15,178              15,000
403‐0000‐39510   Other Misc Revenue                                          ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     500                       500                            ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                 TOTAL          606,488                     587,519                   806,609                    557,500                   557,500                   271,601            483,426             520,100




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                                                                             Department: Water



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description                     Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
403‐5700‐45200   Insurance                                         15,215                        6,998                     3,884                    20,000                    20,000              10,000              20,000
403‐7100‐41100   Salaries and Wages                                93,544                    106,579                   163,418                    171,210                   171,210             171,210            175,262
403‐7100‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   13,668                      13,650                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
403‐7100‐41200   Overtime                                            6,198                       4,100                     4,829                    12,321                    12,321                8,409               9,690
403‐7100‐41300   Benefits                                          46,469                      79,772                  102,433                    108,176                   108,176             108,176            106,697
403‐7100‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                                 ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     200                       200                200                 150
403‐7100‐43400   Contractual Services                              16,937                        8,540                     7,976                      9,800                   34,800              34,000                8,500
403‐7100‐43424   Permits                                                      ‐                     250                        250                        250                       250                250                 250
403‐7100‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                               ‐                           ‐                1,206                      1,500                     1,500               1,500               1,500
403‐7100‐44420   Equipment Rental                                        236                        132                             ‐                     500                       500                200                 500
403‐7100‐45300   Communications/Postage                            12,347                      15,108                    12,909                     19,000                    19,000              17,500              19,000
403‐7100‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                 234                           72                        88                       400                       400                300                 400
403‐7100‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                  881                              ‐                    922                    1,000                     1,000                  972              1,000
403‐7100‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             3,751                       1,760                     6,119                      6,000                     6,000               6,000               6,710
403‐7100‐45900   Training                                            2,162                          495                    2,560                      4,300                     4,300               4,000               4,300
403‐7100‐46100   Office Supplies                                              ‐                        71                        54                       100                       100                100                 100
403‐7100‐46120   Operating Supplies                                  5,329                       6,097                     7,368                    10,000                    10,000                9,900             12,000
403‐7100‐46200   Heating                                             4,036                       4,232                     2,892                      4,500                     4,500               4,600               5,300
403‐7100‐46220   Electricity                                     228,501                     232,263                   185,979                    235,000                   235,000             200,000            220,000
403‐7100‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                           1,884                       3,217                     2,975                      3,500                     3,500               3,750               4,000
403‐7100‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    219                        500                        790                    1,308                     1,308               1,300               1,726
403‐7100‐46500   Clothing                                                727                        667                    1,188                      1,500                     1,500               1,500               1,500
403‐7100‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                    10,238                        7,129                     9,416                    14,000                    14,000              12,500              14,000
403‐7100‐47300   Other Capital Equipment
                 Other Capital Equipment                                      ‐                           ‐                2,500                      4,800                     4,800               4,443               7,000
403‐7100‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                              3,582                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total          466,157                     491,633                   519,756                    629,365                   654,365            600,810             619,584




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                                                                         Department: 7200 Sewer



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description                     Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
403‐7200‐41100   Salaries and Wages                                93,711                    106,578                   163,416                    166,899                   166,899             166,899            175,262
403‐7200‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   13,668                      13,650                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
403‐7200‐41200   Overtime                                            6,198                       4,100                     4,829                    11,670                    11,670                8,409               9,690
403‐7200‐41300   Benefits                                          46,419                      79,716                  102,632                    109,676                   109,676             105,600            109,117
403‐7200‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                                 ‐                           ‐                      20                       200                       200                200                 300
403‐7200‐43400   Contractual Services                              11,407                        4,495                     1,643                      7,000                     7,000               3,000               7,000
403‐7200‐43424   Permits                                             1,560                       1,560                     1,560                      1,950                     1,950               1,830               1,950
403‐7200‐44310   Vehicle Maintenance                                          ‐                           ‐                         ‐                 1,500                     1,500               1,000               1,500
403‐7200‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                               ‐                           ‐                         ‐                 1,500                     1,500               1,000               1,500
403‐7200‐44420   Equipment Rental                                        395                              ‐                         ‐                     500                       500                      ‐             500
403‐7200‐45300   Communications/Postage                            12,218                      13,245                      8,130                    16,550                    16,550              14,692              16,550
403‐7200‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                                 112                              ‐                         ‐                     450                       450                      ‐             450
403‐7200‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                       ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
403‐7200‐45800   Travel & Transportation                                 444                        755                    1,039                      1,600                     1,600               1,595               3,400
403‐7200‐45900   Training                                            1,936                       2,441                     5,248                      4,700                     4,700               3,512               4,720
403‐7200‐46100   Office Supplies                                              ‐                        82                        38                       150                       150                100                 150
403‐7200‐46120   Operating Supplies                                  4,649                       8,426                     8,899                    11,500                    11,500              11,140              11,500
403‐7200‐46200   Heating                                             3,366                          598                    2,542                      5,000                     5,000               1,291               3,000
403‐7200‐46220   Electricity                                     141,054                     151,827                   126,756                    155,000                   155,000             163,513            160,000
403‐7200‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                           2,848                       3,217                     2,975                      4,000                     4,000               3,964               4,500
403‐7200‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    300                           50                      203                        300                       300                300                 300
403‐7200‐46500   Clothing                                                434                     1,234                         451                    1,550                     1,550               1,412               1,550
403‐7200‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      9,491                       8,437                   12,896                     12,000                    12,000              11,404              12,000
403‐7200‐47300   Other Capital Equipment
                 Other Capital Equipment                             1,780                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐          8,500
403‐7200‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                            12,984                        4,500                   14,500                                ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total          364,973                     404,913                   457,779                    513,695                   513,695            500,861             533,438




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                                                           PORT FUND

The Port Fund is a special revenue fund that accounts for the operation of the municipal dock and container terminal. Operations are
financed primarily by user charges. These include building and land rental, dockage and wharfage charges, and security charges.

Expenditures in the Port Fund include operating expenditures as well as expenditures for capital equipment with a cost of $1,000 to
$10,000. Capital projects related to the Port are found in the Capital Facilities Fund and Reserve Fund.




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                                                                Department: 4500 Port Revenues



                                                              2007                       2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
    Acct No              Account Description                Actual                      Actual                    Actual                   Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
401‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                      103,973                       256,839                   220,591           251,374                            255,374             255,374            262,801
401‐0050‐39140 Transfer from Reserve Fund                        24,640                                   ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                Total          128,613                       256,839                   220,591           251,374                            255,374            255,374             262,801

401‐0000‐34210   Security Watchman                                   1,235                     26,130                    20,638                     16,250                    16,250                6,800               5,850
401‐0000‐34220   Port Watchman Services                            30,590                      28,310                    39,283                     22,800                    22,800              12,000              22,800
401‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                                   19,375                        8,751                     5,751                      8,000                     8,000               3,971               3,900
401‐0000‐36200   Property Rentals                                103,326                       72,180                    53,083                                ‐                         ‐        50,464              28,288
401‐0000‐36204   Property Rentals ‐ Plaza                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐             440                 600
401‐0000‐36220   VCT Use Agreement                                            ‐                           ‐                         ‐               20,850                    20,850              20,850              21,475
401‐0000‐36222   VCT 20% Warfage Discount                         (15,937)                    (17,127)                  (11,440)                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36224   Warehouse Storage Revenue/Rent                               ‐                           ‐                         ‐               50,192                    50,192                         ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36228   Water Fees (DNU)                                        270                        180                        180                        225                       225                      ‐             180
401‐0000‐36240   Waterfront Commercial Work Per                          450                        450                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36250   Stevedoring Permit                                           ‐                           ‐                         ‐                 5,797                     5,797               5,797               5,970
401‐0000‐36310   Dockage                                         110,435                       90,756                  103,444                      74,300                    74,300              94,000              94,000
401‐0000‐36320   Port Dockage Surcharge at VC                        1,205                       1,065                         792                             ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36322   Port Dockage Disc VCT 20%                        (19,852)                    (17,513)                  (17,224)                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36332   Port Dockage City Dock                              4,670                     11,942                    14,699                       5,000                     5,000               6,400               7,300
401‐0000‐36334   Port Dockage Disc Muni 20%                            (522)                       (492)                  (1,650)                              ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36336   Port Dockage City Dock Coun Wa                          (75)                             ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐
401‐0000‐36340   Dock & Terminal Fees, Wharfage                  104,781                     131,348                     77,620                   100,000                   100,000             100,000            100,000
401‐0000‐36346   Port Whfg‐ HAZ Material                             6,136                     20,791                    58,552                                ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36354   Port Wharefage City Dock
                 Port Wharefage City Dock                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36358   Port Storage/ Electricity                         19,041                      12,584                    21,443                     16,000                    16,000              21,080              23,088
401‐0000‐36360   Port Storage & Elect VCT                            7,840                       8,402                     9,600                      6,000                     6,000             12,000                9,000
401‐0000‐36362   Port Parking VCT                                    1,566                       5,272                     2,322                      1,000                     1,000               1,000               1,000
401‐0000‐36364   Demurrage VCT                                       1,318                                ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36366   Port Storage VCT                                             ‐                  4,240                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐36374   Port Conn Water Muni Dock                               135                        450                        495                        450                       450                  45                225
401‐0000‐36382   Port Fuel City Dock                                       59                       128                        266                        100                       100                  50                  50
401‐0000‐36384   Port Fuel Waiver City Dock                              (19)                             ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐0000‐39510   Other Misc Revenue ‐ Port                           6,656                       5,651                     7,875                      7,875                     7,875               7,875                       ‐
401‐3340‐31700   Cruise Ship Passenger Tax                                    ‐                           ‐                         ‐               31,120                    31,120              31,730                        ‐
                                                Total            382,683                     393,498                   385,727                    365,959                   365,959            374,502             323,726




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                                                                Department: 4500 Port Expenditures



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
    Acct No             Account Description                     Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
401‐0050‐49140 Transfer to Reserve Fund                              4,000                       4,000                     4,000                        ‐                                ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total              4,000                       4,000                     4,000                        ‐                                ‐                  ‐                   ‐

401‐4500‐41100   Salaries and Wages                              131,725                     139,259                   166,256                    200,578                   200,578             200,578            182,769
401‐4500‐41150   Temporary Wages                                   15,012                      20,955                    27,532                     21,754                    21,754                8,500             18,128
401‐4500‐41200   Overtime                                          15,537                      32,913                    37,043                     21,031                    21,031              15,457              18,730
401‐4500‐41300   Benefits                                          73,067                    119,130                   123,362                    122,560                   122,560             122,560            114,521
401‐4500‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                            100                              ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐4500‐43400   Contractual Services                              49,277                      14,710                    17,186                     21,700                    25,700              16,000              22,775
401‐4500‐44225   Rural Snow Removal                                           ‐                  9,318                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐4500‐44310   Vehicle Maintenance                                     234                        239                        191                        400                       400                200                 400
401‐4500‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                    10,245                      28,733                    27,925                     22,500                    22,500              22,500              24,700
401‐4500‐45300   Communications/Postage                              6,410                       6,307                     5,838                      7,360                     7,360               7,360               7,700
401‐4500‐45400   Advertising & Promotion                             1,505                          408                        427                        200                       400                400                 500
401‐4500‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                  804                     2,222                     1,350                      1,650                     1,650               1,650               1,400
401‐4500‐45800   Travel & Transportation                             1,300                       1,623                     3,987                      5,955                     5,955               5,955               6,055
401‐4500‐45900   Training                                                951                        250                        450                    2,500                     2,500               2,500               3,050
401‐4500‐46100   Office Supplies                                         491                        355                        313                        250                       250                250                 300
401‐4500‐46120   Operating Supplies                                  2,675                       3,872                     4,714                    11,256                    11,056              11,056                8,850
401‐4500‐46200   Heating                                             1,472                       2,461                     2,180                      2,500                     2,500               2,300               2,500
401‐4500‐46220   Electricity                                       89,913                      84,917                    90,025                   130,000                   130,000             110,000            130,000
401‐4500‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                           3,004                       5,184                     4,081                      6,000                     6,000               6,000               6,600
401‐4500‐46400   Dues & Subscriptions                                    995                        825                        875                        950                       950                895                 950
401‐4500‐46500   Clothing                                                240                        588                        325                        500                       500                500                 500
401‐4500‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                      1,472                          351                        332                    3,104                     3,104               2,800                  400
401‐4500‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                             6,625                       2,784                   18,025                                ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
401‐4500‐47430   Office/Capital Expense                                       ‐                           ‐                         ‐               13,400                    13,400              13,400              11,700
401‐4500‐54000   Misc. Marketing                                   15,000                           672                    2,074                      3,000                     3,000               3,000               4,000
401‐5700‐45200   Insurance                                         20,512                      26,016                    20,858                     18,186                    18,186              20,500              20,000
                                                  Total          448,566                     504,091                   555,348                    617,334                   621,334            574,361             586,527




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                                                            AIRPORT FUND

The Airport Fund is a special revenue fund that accounts for the operation of the airport terminal building. Operations are financed
primarily by user charges. The majority of the revenues are leases of building space.

While the City owns the building, it leases the land on which the building sits from the State of Alaska. Expenditures in the Airport Fund
include operating expenditures as well as expenditures for capital equipment with a cost of $1,000 to $10,000. Capital projects related to
the Airport are found in the Capital Facilities Fund and Reserve Fund.




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                                                                 Department: 4600 Airport Revenues



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
    Acct No              Account Description                    Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
510‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                          87,092                    158,171                   199,219           222,466                            222,466             222,466            214,815
510‐0050‐49140 Transfer to Reserve Fund                            20,000                                 ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total          107,092                     158,171                   199,219           222,466                            222,466            222,466             214,815

510‐0000‐34134   Airport Vending Leases                                  600                        550                        600                             ‐                         ‐             187                 187
510‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                                     5,434                       4,717                         303                    4,500                     4,500               3,134                  227
510‐0000‐36140   Interest Charges on A/R and Ci                               ‐                        (4)                          ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
510‐0000‐36200   Property Rentals                                196,562                     181,448                   136,814                    140,936                   140,936             140,936            140,936
510‐0000‐39510   Other Misc Revenue                                           ‐                     850                    4,897                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total          202,596                     187,561                   142,614                    145,436                   145,436            144,257             141,350




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                                                               Departmen: 4600 Airport Expenditures



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description                     Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
510‐4600‐41100   Salaries and Wages                                35,391                      35,999                    42,898                     42,767                    42,767              42,767              44,399
510‐4600‐41150   Temporary Wages                                              ‐                     268                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
510‐4600‐41200   Overtime                                            1,920                       5,063                     1,118                          871                       871                871              1,762
510‐4600‐41300   Benefits                                          17,812                      27,298                    26,132                     24,449                    24,449              24,449              25,256
510‐4600‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                                 ‐                           ‐                         ‐                     250                       250                250                 250
510‐4600‐43400   Contractual Services                              12,844                      23,757                    33,746                     89,700                    89,700              38,000              81,000
510‐4600‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                      5,342                       2,396                     1,595                      5,200                     5,200               5,000               4,000
510‐4600‐44400   Rent                                              28,310                      28,310                    30,102                     31,515                    31,515              31,515              32,898
510‐4600‐45300   Communications/Postage                              1,807                          940                        998                    1,200                     1,200               1,700               1,900
510‐4600‐45500   Reproduction & Copying                                  394                        583                        432                        600                       600                600                 700
510‐4600‐46120   Operating Supplies                                      709                        865                    5,162                      8,550                     8,550               8,550               2,600
510‐4600‐46200   Heating                                           80,096                      77,535                    56,621                     80,000                    80,000              75,000              80,000
510‐4600‐46220   Electricity                                       72,559                      72,138                    61,576                     75,000                    75,000              65,000              72,000
510‐4600‐46260   Vehicle & Equipment Fuels                           1,180                       1,018                     1,145                      2,800                     2,800               4,000               4,400
510‐4600‐47300   Other Capital Equipment                                      ‐                  5,575                              ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
510‐5700‐45200   Insurance                                           4,089                       2,591                     1,832                      5,000                     5,000               5,000               5,000
                                                  Total          262,454                     284,336                   263,357                    367,902                   367,902            302,702             356,165




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                                                    GILSON MEDICAL CLINIC FUND

The Gilson Medical Clinic Fund is a special revenue fund that accounts for the operations of the medical clinic building. Operations are
financed primarily by user charges. The majority of the revenues are leases of building space.

The Gilson Medical Clinic building was built in 1994 to provide a location for physicians to practice in Valdez. Prior to 2005, the Medical
Clinic was managed by the Valdez Regional Health Authority. Beginning in 2005, the City took over the management of the building.

Expenditures in the Gilson Medical Clinic Fund include operating expenditures as well as expenditures for capital equipment with a cost of
$1,000 to $10,000. Capital projects related to the Medical Clinic Fund are found in the Capital Facility Fund and the Reserve Fund.




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                                                     Department: 5260 Gilson Medical Clinic Revenue



                                                             2007                2008                    2009                    2010                    2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                Adopted                Amended                  Estimated            Council
    Acct No              Account Description                Actual              Actual                 Actual                   Budget                  Budget                   Budget             Approved
515‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                          3,000                     438                         ‐                        ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                Total              3,000                     438                         ‐                        ‐                         ‐                  ‐                   ‐

515‐0000‐36110 Interest Gilson Medical Clinic                      6,931                  5,277                     155               3,000                        3,000               3,516               3,500
515‐0000‐36200 Property Rentals                                  98,878                 97,929                97,929             97,929                          97,929              97,979              97,979
                                                Total          105,809                103,206                 98,084           100,929                         100,929            101,495             101,479




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                                                     Department: 5260 Gilson Medical Clinic Expenditures



                                                                 2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                 2011
                                                                                                                                           Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated            Council
   Acct No              Account Description                     Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget             Approved
515‐5260‐41100   Salaries and Wages                                  3,163                       7,778                     7,633                      7,804                     7,804               7,804               8,066
515‐5260‐41200   Overtime                                                237                        213                    1,690                      1,589                     1,589                  700              1,020
515‐5260‐41300   Benefits                                            1,391                       4,962                     5,271                      5,222                     5,222               5,222               5,069
515‐5260‐43400   Contractual Services                                    849                        400                             ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
515‐5260‐44110   Water                                               2,277                       1,594                         806                    1,200                     1,200                  800              1,200
515‐5260‐44225   Rural Snow Removal                                      630                              ‐                1,363                      1,500                     1,500               1,500               1,500
515‐5260‐44230   Janitorial Services                               48,325                      21,240                    55,016                     39,000                    39,000              42,342              46,000
515‐5260‐44320   Building & Grounds Maintenance                          499                              ‐                    492                    1,200                     1,200                  400              1,250
515‐5260‐45300   Communications/Postage                              1,783                          179                             ‐                 1,500                     1,500                  800                      ‐
515‐5260‐46120   Operating Supplies                                  4,271                       1,376                     4,351                      4,000                     4,000               4,400               4,160
515‐5260‐46200   Heating                                             3,897                       1,239                     7,427                      8,500                     8,500               8,500             10,000
515‐5260‐46220   Electricity                                       13,104                      14,425                      6,984                      9,500                   18,000              15,000              16,000
515‐5260‐46500   Clothing                                                611                              ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
515‐5260‐46700   Parts & Supplies for Equipment                               ‐                  1,595                     1,239                               ‐                         ‐                   ‐                  ‐
                                                  Total            81,037                      55,002                    92,271                     81,015                    89,515              87,468             94,265




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                                                           PERMANENT FUND

The Permanent Fund is a governmental fund type, established on July 19, 1977, when voters approved a charter amendment. All amounts
received by the City from the sale of Marine Terminal Revenue Bonds, as well as any other funds subsequently designated, are placed into
this fund. The City issued revenue bonds to finance the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, receiving $13,576,000 in impact fees from the
financing. The City has subsequently received additional impact fees from the refinancing of these bonds. These monies, plus all earnings
and interest returned to the principal of the fund are held perpetually in trust for the benefit of present and future generations of Valdez
residents.

One and one-half percent (1.5%) of the permanent fund’s market value, as determined on the last day of the last accounting year that has
been certified by an annual audit, shall be transferred into the general fund for appropriation for operational and capital expenses of the
city. Unappropriated or unencumbered balances of income remaining at close of each fiscal year are transferred to fund principal.




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                                                                         2011  Budget Permanent Fund
                                                                                  Revenues

                                                               2007                       2008                      2009                      2010                      2010                      2010                       2011
                                                                                                                                            Adopted                   Amended                  Estimated                   Council 
    Acct No               Account Description                Actual                     Actual                     Actual                    Budget                    Budget                    Budget                   Approved
607‐0000‐33000 General Fund Contributions                                     ‐                           ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                        ‐                         ‐
607‐0050‐39100 Transfer from General Fund                     1,547,966                                   ‐                         ‐                        ‐                           ‐                         ‐                        ‐

                                                               2007                       2008                      2009                      2010                      2010                      2010                       2011
                                                                                                                                            Adopted                   Amended                  Estimated                   Council 
    Acct No               Account Description                Actual                     Actual                     Actual                    Budget                    Budget                    Budget                   Approved
607‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                                   39,628                      31,255                         (471)            1,713,579                 1,713,579               (2,000,000)                1,949,661
607‐0900‐36110   Realized Gains ‐ SSaA                                        ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐0900‐36130   Gains/Losses SSgA                                            ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1001‐36110   Realized Gains ‐ APCM                        1,427,492                   2,061,946                 1,563,058                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1001‐36130   Gains/Losses APCM                               568,900                    (739,985)                  961,692                                 ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1001‐36132   Gains/Losses Museum                                          ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1001‐36400   Museum Donations Endowment Fun                               ‐                           ‐                    270                             ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1002‐36110   Realized Gains ‐ UBS                         1,555,911                 (1,333,827)                   (397,144)                                ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1002‐36130   Gains/Losses UBS                               (369,313)                   (145,725)               2,208,185                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36110   Realized Gains ‐ Vangard                        324,585                     358,022                                ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36112   Realized Gains‐ Vanguard Int'l                               ‐              271,223                                ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36114   Realized Gains‐ Vanguard Int'l                               ‐              703,608                                ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36130   Gains/Losses Vanguard                        1,574,884               (13,905,594)                  7,546,212                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36132   Gains/Losses Vanguard Int'l Va               1,112,767                 (4,409,117)                 2,260,234                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1003‐36134   Gains/Losses Vanguard Int'l Gr               1,425,530                 (5,283,695)                 2,686,875                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607 1004 36110
607‐1004‐36110   R li d G i       D f /M ll
                 Realized Gains ‐ Dreyfus/Mello                               ‐                86 694
                                                                                               86,694                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1004‐36130   Gains/Losses Dreyfus                            125,642                (2,275,044)                 1,766,871                                  ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
607‐1050‐36050   Impact Fees                                     530,905                       35,186                               ‐                          ‐                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐
                                                Total         8,316,932               (24,545,056)                18,595,783                   1,713,579                 1,713,579               (2,000,000)               1,949,661




                                                                                                91
                                                                       Permanent Fund Expenditures



                                                               2007                    2008                       2009                    2010                      2010                     2010                      2011
                                                                                                                                         Adopted                  Amended                  Estimated                 Council
    Acct No              Account Description                  Actual                  Actual                     Actual                  Budget                    Budget                   Budget                  Approved
607‐0050‐49100 Transfer to General Fund                     1,547,966                                   ‐         1,856,642        1,485,254                           1,485,254           1,485,254                   1,733,836
                                                Total      1,547,966                                    ‐        1,856,642        1,485,254                           1,485,254            1,485,254                   1,733,836

607‐1050‐43200   Professional Fees & Services                  259,411                     212,406                   166,041                    225,000                   237,000              237,000                    214,000
607‐1050‐43400   Contractual Services                                       ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                    ‐                          ‐
607‐1050‐45300   Communications/Postage                                135                        704                        893                        825                       825                  600                        825
607‐1050‐45800   Travel & Transportation                                    ‐                  1,028                           52                   2,500                     2,500                 1,000                              ‐
607‐1050‐46950   Misc/Meetings                                              ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                         ‐                    ‐                  1,000
                                                Total          259,547                     214,138                   166,986                    228,325                   240,325              238,600                    215,825




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                                                        DEBT SERVICE FUND


The Debt Service Fund is governmental fund type used to account for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of, general long-
term debt principal and interest. It is also a hold fund to disputed tax revenues associated with City’s Vessel Property Tax.




                                                                   93
                                                                             Debt Service Fund
                                                                                Revenues

                                                        2007                       2008                       2009                    2010                       2010                      2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                     Adopted                   Amended                   Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description           Actual                     Actual                     Actual                  Budget                     Budget                    Budget                     Approved
205‐0000‐33580   School Debt Repayment                     100,212                       99,216                  101,385                    102,100                    102,100                   102,100                     91,791
205‐0000‐33582   Harbor Dept Repayment                     225,338                     223,138                   225,743                    225,743                    225,743                   225,743                   227,688
205‐0000‐36110   Interest Income                        1,407,278                      971,127                   280,037                    140,000                    140,000                   140,000                   210,028
205‐0000‐36130   Gains/Losses on Investments                            ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0000‐39195   Transfers from Component Unit                          ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0000‐39350   Bond Settlement                                        ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0000‐39352   PY Property Tax Adj ‐ Exxon                            ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0050‐39100   Transfer from General Fund             4,952,000                   8,082,437                 5,257,450                  8,000,000                13,714,322               13,714,322                   7,505,580
205‐0050‐39125   Transfer from Capital Facility                         ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
                                                       6,684,828                   9,375,918                 5,864,615                  8,467,843
                                                                                                                                                                  14,182,165               14,182,165                   8,035,086




                                                                                           94
                                                                             Debt Service Fund
                                                                               Expenditures

                                                        2007                       2008                       2009                    2010                       2010                      2010                         2011
                                                                                                                                     Adopted                   Amended                   Estimated                    Council
   Acct No               Account Description           Actual                     Actual                     Actual                  Budget                     Budget                    Budget                     Approved
205‐0050‐49100   Transfer to General Fund                               ‐           2,185,781                 2,463,470                                  ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0050‐49125   Transfer to Capital Facility                           ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐        10,000,000               10,000,000                                   ‐
205‐0050‐49140   Transfer to Reserve Fund               1,000,000                                   ‐            400,000                                 ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐0330‐49125   Transfer to Capital Project Fu                         ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐                        ‐                          ‐
205‐2050‐47110   Principal                                 860,000                     870,000                   875,000                    875,000                    875,000                   875,000                1,140,000
205‐2050‐47120   Interest                               1,020,825                      998,563                   973,888                    944,750                    944,750                   944,750                   908,875
205‐2050‐47500   Service Charge                                         ‐                           ‐                         ‐                          ‐                          ‐    &#