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					City of Omaha


BUDGET
2010 Adopted




Jim Suttle, Mayor
                  Annual Budget
               For Calendar Year
                            2010




                            Vision
       Service and Leadership that enriches the community.

                           Mission
To provide quality service and leadership that maximizes resources
and responds to our community’s present and future needs.

                        Shared Goals
             • Cooperation and Teamwork
             • Honesty & Integrity
             • Responsiveness and Reliability

   These values demonstrate our commitment to professionalism.
                                                         City of Omaha Elected Officials

                                                 Jim Suttle
                                                 Mayor




                                                                Garry Gernandt
                                                                       District 4
                                                          City Council President




Franklin Thompson           District 6    Pete Festersen           District 1       Ben Gray              District 2
City Council Vice President               City Council Member                       City Council Member




Chris Jerram                 District 3   Jean Stothert            District 5       Chuck Sigerson        District 7
City Council Member                       City Council ember                        City Council Member
                                Department Officials

DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS
  Paul D. Kratz ….…......…………….…………...………………………………………………………..….City Attorney
  Thomas Marfisi ………………….…………………………………………………….…                       ….Human Resources Director
  Vacant …………………...…………….....…………...………………………...Human Rights and Relations Director
  Pam Spaccarotella…….………………..….………………………………………………………... .Finance Director      …
  Rick Cunningham………………....…….…….………………………………………………………                         ….Planning Director
  Steve Scarpello …………………………………      …...……....Acting Parks, Recreation and Public Property Director
  Michael McDonnell ……….….………………………………………………………………………                          ….…….…Fire Chief
  Alexis N. Hayes ………………………………………...………………………………………………                           Acting Police Chief
  Robert Stubbe ……………………………………………………………………………                        ………….Public Works Director
  Dana Markel …………………………………………………………………                   ………...Convention and Tourism Director
  Margaret Tarelli-Falcon……………………………………………………………………                    ….…...Acting Library Director


MAYOR'S EXECUTIVE STAFF

   Steve Oltmans …………..…….……...…………....…………………………………………………  ……....Chief of Staff
   Ron Gerard ………………………………………………………………………………        ……...Communications Director
   Dave Sund ………………………………………………………..………………………        .……...…………Policy Analyst




                                     Allen Herink, City Comptroller
                              Donna Wiman, Budget and Accounting Manager


                                             BUDGET STAFF

   John Slobotski, Merl Harder, Don Drazdys, Tom Aeschliman, Scott Winkler, Andrew Brott, Kenneth Havick,
             Scott Crites, Veronica Lerch, Virginia Lerch, Irene Wolfe, Ray Kudera, Donna Waller


                                          PRODUCTION STAFF

                               Jack Morine, James Konecny and Nancy Hess



                                         Buster Brown, City Clerk
                                                                   City of Omaha
                                                                  Budget Document
                                                                 Table of Contents
                                                                                                                                                  Sch.    Page
                                                                                                                                                  No.      No.

SECTION A
City Overview .................................................................................................................................                  1
Financial Policies ............................................................................................................................                  2
Revenues and Appropriations - All Funds ......................................................................................                                   4
2010 Appropriation Budget Summary ............................................................................................                                   5
Revenue and Appropriations - General Fund .................................................................................                                      6
General Fund Transactions and Year-end Balances .....................................................................                                            7
Historical Information:
 Property Tax Rates .....................................................................................................................                        8
 Sales Tax Receipts .....................................................................................................................                        9
Debt Service:
 Statement of Bonded Indebtedness by Maturities ......................................................................                                      10
 General Obligation Debt Ratios ...................................................................................................                         11
 General Obligation Debt Margin ................................................................................................                            11
 Historical Graphs of General Obligation Debt .............................................................................                                 12
 Historical Graphs of Debt Service and Redevelopment Funds ...................................................                                              12
Capital Improvement Program - 2010 Selected Project Listing ......................................................                                          13
Departmental Summaries ...............................................................................................................                      14

SECTION B - CITY FUNDS - Summarizes transactions in each separate City fund
                                                                                                                                                            21
Table of Contents ...........................................................................................................................               22

SECTION C - GRANT FUNDS - Briefly describes Federally financed projects
                                                                                                                                                            79
Descriptions and Expenditure Schedules .......................................................................................                              80

SECTION D - REVENUE ESTIMATES - Details estimated revenues for 2010 with comparative
information                                                                                                                                                 93

Revenue Policies ............................................................................................................................               94
Detail of Property and In Lieu of Tax Revenue ............................................................................                          D-0     98
Summary of Source of Revenue - All City Funds .........................................................................                             D-1     99
General Fund - Source of Revenues ............................................................................................                      D-2    100
Special Revenue ............................................................................................................................        D-3    102
Debt Service Revenue ...................................................................................................................            D-4    103
Capital Projects Fund Revenue ....................................................................................................                  D-5    104
Utility and Enterprise Fund Revenue .............................................................................................                   D-6    104
Supplemental Notes to 2010 Revenue Projections .......................................................................                                     105
State of Nebraska Budget Form CV Schedule A - Restricted Funds ...........................................                                                 110
State of Nebraska Budget Form CV Schedule B - Lid Exceptions ...............................................                                               111
Lid Computations Supporting Schedules .....................................................................................                                113
Municipal Levy Limit Form ............................................................................................................                     116
Certificate of Taxable Value .........................................................................................................                     116 a
Table of Contents - (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                       Sch.    Page
                                                                                                                                                       No.      No.
SECTION E - BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS                                                                                                                             117
Summary of Budget Expenditures and Appropriations - All Funds ..............................................                                             E-0   120
Executive:
  Mayor's Office .............................................................................................................................           E-1   122
Legislative:
  City Council ...............................................................................................................................           E-1   122
  City Clerk ....................................................................................................................................        E-1   122
City Departments:
  Law .............................................................................................................................................      E-2   123
  Human Resources .....................................................................................................................                  E-2   123
  Human Rights and Relations ......................................................................................................                      E-2   123
  Finance .......................................................................................................................................        E-3   124
  Planning .....................................................................................................................................         E-4   125
  Parks, Recreation and Public Property .....................................................................................                            E-5   126
  Fire .............................................................................................................................................     E-6   129
  Police ..........................................................................................................................................      E-7   130
  Public Works .............................................................................................................................             E-8   131
  Convention and Tourism ...........................................................................................................                     E-9   135
  Public Library .............................................................................................................................           E-9   135
Other Budgetary Accounts - Benefits ............................................................................................                       E-10    136
Other Budgetary Accounts - Other ...............................................................................................                       E-11    137
Other Budgetary Accounts - Debt Service ...................................................................................                            E-12    139
Capital Project Summary ...............................................................................................................                E-13    140
Complement Summary Count - Full-Time Positions ....................................................................                                    E-14    143

SECTION F - BUDGETARY ACCOUNT DETAILS                                                                                                                          145
Executive and Legislative:
 Mayor's Office ............................................................................................................................                   146
 City Council, Legislative and Administrative Offices ...................................................................                                      149
 City Clerk ....................................................................................................................................               153

City Departments:
 Law ............................................................................................................................................              157
 Human Resources ......................................................................................................................                        163
 Human Rights and Relations ......................................................................................................                             169
 Finance ......................................................................................................................................                177
Planning Department:
  Administration ............................................................................................................................                  187
  Housing and Community Development ......................................................................................                                     190
  Urban Planning ..........................................................................................................................                    194
  Building and Development .........................................................................................................                           198
  Community Development Block Grant ......................................................................................                                     203
Table of Contents - (Continued)
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Parks, Recreation and Public Property:
 Administration .............................................................................................................................                 207
 Park Planning ............................................................................................................................                   210
 Contract Grounds Maintenance .................................................................................................                               213
 Code Enforcement .....................................................................................................................                       216
 Parks ...........................................................................................................................................            219
 Recreation ..................................................................................................................................                224
 City Wide Sports .........................................................................................................................                   229
 Tennis .........................................................................................................................................             232
 Recreation and Culture Bonds ..................................................................................................                              235
 Marinas ........................................................................................................................................             237
 Lewis and Clark Landing .............................................................................................................                        241
 Golf .............................................................................................................................................           243
 Golf Concessions ......................................................................................................................                      247
 Sports Turf Maintenance ............................................................................................................                         250
 Parking Facilities ........................................................................................................................                  253
 Rosenblatt Stadium ....................................................................................................................                      256
Fire:
  Office of the Fire Chief ...............................................................................................................                    261
  Administrative Services ..............................................................................................................                      262
  Emergency Medical Services/Training ........................................................................................                                264
  Operations ..................................................................................................................................               266
Police:
 Office of the Police Chief ............................................................................................................                      273
 Executive Officer Bureau .............................................................................................................                       274
 Police Services Bureau ...............................................................................................................                       275
 Police Operations Bureau ...........................................................................................................                         277
 Police Capital .............................................................................................................................                 278
Public Works:
 General Services ........................................................................................................................                    287
 Construction ..............................................................................................................................                  290
 Design ........................................................................................................................................              293
 Street Maintenance ....................................................................................................................                      296
 Traffic Engineering ....................................................................................................................                     301
 Street and Traffic Electrical Service ..........................................................................................                             307
 Major Street Resurfacing .............................................................................................................                       308
 Residential Street Rehabilitation & Surface Restoration ...........................................................                                          309
 Bridge Maintenance and Rehabilitation ......................................................................................                                 310
 Street Improvement ...................................................................................................................                       311
 Special Assessments ..................................................................................................................                       312
 Street and Highway General Expense ........................................................................................                                  313
 Fleet Management .....................................................................................................................                       314
 Street and Highway Bonds ........................................................................................................                            318
 Sewer Bonds .............................................................................................................................                    321
 Facilities Management ...............................................................................................................                        322
 Flood Control & Water Quality ....................................................................................................                           325
 Solid Waste ................................................................................................................................                 326
 Compost Operations .................................................................................................................                         327
Table of Contents - (Concluded)
                                                                                                                                                  Sch.   Page
                                                                                                                                                  No.     No.
  Sewer Maintenance ....................................................................................................................                  330
  Sewer Revenue General Expense ............................................................................................                              334
  Wastewater Treatment ..............................................................................................................                     335
  Environmental Quality Control ....................................................................................................                      341
  Air Quality Control ......................................................................................................................              346
  Household Hazardous Waste Facility .........................................................................................                            349
  Sewer Revenue Improvement .....................................................................................................                         352
Convention and Tourism ...............................................................................................................                    355
Public Library ................................................................................................................................           363
Other Budgetary Accounts:
 Retiree Supplemental Pension ....................................................................................................                        369
 Retiree/Cobra Health Insurance ................................................................................................                          370
 Workers' Compensation/Unemployment Insurance ...................................................................                                         371
 Community Service Programs ....................................................................................................                          373
 County Jail and Election Expense ..............................................................................................                          374
 County Emergency 911 Center ..................................................................................................                           375
 Downtown Stadium .....................................................................................................................                   376
 Metropolitan Entertainment Convention Authority ......................................................................                                   377
 Office of the Public Safety Auditor ...............................................................................................                      378
 City Treasurer .............................................................................................................................             379
 General Expense, Insurance and Surety ...................................................................................                                380
 Douglas-Omaha Technology Commission (DOT.Comm) ...........................................................                                               381
 Douglas County - Omaha Purchasing/Printing and Graphics ...................................................                                              382
 Judgment ...................................................................................................................................             383
 Wage Adjustment Account ........................................................................................................                         384
 Contingency Reserve ................................................................................................................                     385
 Annexed Area Liabilities ............................................................................................................                    386
 Lease Purchase Agreements and Lease Payments .................................................................                                           387
 Debt Service ..............................................................................................................................              388
 Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) .........................................................                                            390

SECTION G - APPENDIXES
COUNCIL ACTIONS - Summarizes official actions taken by the City Council in adopting the
Recommended Budget ..................................................................................................................                     391
 Resolutions Revising 2010 Budget G-1 ......................................................................................                              392
 Resolution Adopting 2010 Budget G-3 ........................................................................................                             394
 Resolution Certifying 2010 Tax Levy G-3 ....................................................................................                             394
Glossary - Directory of budget terms with appropriate meanings ................................................                                           395
                            City of Omaha
                              Budget Process


3/18/2009
                  OPERATING                    REVENUE                   CAPITAL
                  REQUEST                     ESTIMATES               IMPROVEMENT
                  PREPARED                    PREPARED                  PROGRAM
                                                                        PREPARED



4/20/2009    Submitted to Finance



                                                REVIEW
                                              BY FINANCE
                                                   &
                                             SUBMITTED TO
                                             MAYOR FAHEY
7/6/2009




                                             REVIEW BY
                                            MAYOR FAHEY
                                         FINANCE DIRECTOR
                                         BUDGET COMMITTEE


7/21/2009    Submitted to City Council


                                              REVIEW BY
                                                CITY
8/11/2009    PUBLIC HEARING
                                               COUNCIL



9/1/2009 &
                                    CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED BUDGET
9/15/2009



9/15/2009                           CITY COUNCIL CERTIFIED TAX LEVY




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                                             THE BUDGET PROCESS


The procedure for the annual budget process, adoption of a tax levy, and amending the budget is specified in the
following sections of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Omaha:

             Section 5.04                     Formulation and Submission of Budget
             Section 5.05                     Scope and Content of the Budget
             Section 5.06                     Consideration and Adoption of Budget by Council
             Section 5.07                     Tax Levy
             Section 5.10                     Transfer of Appropriations
             Section 5.11                     Emergency Appropriations

The following is a description of each of the steps taken to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Home
Rule Charter and to incorporate modern fiscal management and municipal budgeting techniques.

                                     Initial Budget Preparation and Request

The 2010 Budget process began approximately March 18, 2009 with the process of forecasting 2010 revenues
and projecting inflationary increases in regard to fixed costs such as health care, utilities and basic commodities.
With this information in mind, preparation of the 2010 Budget request workpapers by the Budget and Accounting
Division staff of the Finance Department was initiated. The departments were instructed to submit any requests
for new or expanded services in a separate request.

In order to assist the Departments in the preparation of their request, the 2010 Budget workpapers included the
following: (1) a detail report of all classified and full-time employees listed by classification and salary step as of
March 7, 2009; (2) a detail report of all non-personal service expenditure line items detailing 2008 expenditures
and 2009 line item appropriations by organization; (3) an equipment and capital analysis worksheet; if equipment
and/or capital expenditures were expended or appropriated during the 2008-2009 period; (4) a two-year
expenditure schedule detailing by line item each division's expenditures through 2008-2009; (5) a fringe benefit
calculation schedule; (6) a memo detailing budget information, instructions and various standardized rates to be
used in the budget request preparation process.

Again, with this year's instructions, the departments were asked to submit, along with their budget requests,
enhanced performance measures. The Finance Department provided examples and information on alternative
performance measures and requested that the departments contemplate the measures they use. Using more
appropriate and pertinent measures will offer feedback that is more representative of the department's
accomplishments.

The packets of budget request workpapers, schedules and instructions were distributed to departments,
divisions and agencies on March 13, 2009. The Budget and Accounting Division of the Finance Department
supplied technical assistance throughout the months of April and May to assist all departments in preparing their
budget requests.

During the period of March 24 through April 20, 2009 the preparation of budget requests was performed by all
departments, divisions and agencies. The preparation of fund statements and supporting schedules reflecting
2008 Actual and 2009 Budget information was performed by the Budget and Accounting Division. The Revenue
Division prepared revised forecasts of 2009 and 2010 revenues. These forecasts were reviewed by the Finance
Director. The final date for submission of all budget request workpapers and supporting documentation to the
Budget and Accounting Division was April 20, 2009.




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                                         Capital Improvement Program

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP), a requirement of the City's Home Rule Charter, is a policy document
and financial plan which outlines the City's proposed capital projects for a six-year period. The CIP is designed
to guide financial management of capital resources, policy planning and inter-departmental coordination through
application and implementation of specific City goals.

Various City departments submit proposed capital improvement projects to the Mayor's Capital Improvement
Program Task Force. This Task Force evaluates each of the proposed projects, assigns a preliminary priority
ranking, and determines the proposed financing source(s). The prioritized list is then submitted to the Capital
Improvement Priority Committee. Representatives from the Finance Department are members of both of these
committees and provide financial guidance as to the total dollars available for capital expenditures for each of the
six-years of the program. The first year of the program is proposed as the administration's capital budget and is
incorporated into the City's annual budget. The final Capital Improvement Program plan is sent to the City
Council for their review, consideration and adoption.

                                          Budget Review by the Mayor

The departments and divisions of City government, and various agencies, submitted their 2010 budget requests
to the Budget and Accounting Division of the Finance Department on April 20, 2009 as required by Section 5.05
(1) of the Home Rule Charter. The requests are recorded, tabulated, reviewed, and analyzed. Based on this
analysis, the Finance Department makes recommendations concerning the requested amounts and also
prepares an updated estimate of revenues based on current rates for taxes, fees, charges, licenses and permits.
This information is then presented to the Budget Committee comprised of the Finance Director, the Mayor's
Chief of Staff, the Mayor's Deputy Chief of Staff and the Manager of Budget and Accounting. At this point in the
budget preparation process, it is usually the case that requested appropriations exceed projected revenues.


This information is then analyzed and consolidated by the Committee and sent to the Mayor. It is his task to
determine priorities, assess current and future needs, make long range plans through integration of the Capital
Improvement Program and review staffing levels, requested appropriations and projected revenues. This review
for the 2010 Budget was conducted by the Mayor in the time frame of May 29, 2009 to June 24, 2009 in
conjunction with the Mayor's staff, the Finance Director and department and division heads. In accordance with
Section 5.04 (2), the Mayor then makes all final decisions concerning staffing levels, funding levels for all
departments, divisions and outside agencies, capital improvements, revenue estimates, and any changes in tax
rates, cost recovery fees and other charges. This financial plan then comprises the Recommended Budget
which is sent to the City Council for review, consideration and adoption.

                                  Introduction of the Recommended Budget

The Recommended Budget is presented to the City Council for its consideration no later than thirty days before
the tax levy certification date in accordance with Section 5.04 (3) of the Home Rule Charter. The Mayor
introduces the Recommended Budget at a regularly scheduled meeting of the City Council by reading aloud a
budget message. The text of this budget message, comparative data for the current and immediately past
budgets, and all other statements and schedules as required by Section 5.05 of the Home Rule Charter, are
included in the printed budget document. Upon submission, the budget becomes a public record and is open to
public inspection. The 2010 Recommended Budget was presented to the Omaha City Council on July 21, 2009.




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                                             THE BUDGET PROCESS


                                          Budget Review by City Council

After the introduction of the Recommended Budget, the City Council begins its deliberations and review of the
financial plan developed by the Mayor and his staff. Consideration of the budget by the City Council is required
by Section 5.06 of the Home Rule Charter and is accomplished through a series of budget hearings which are
open to the public and news media. All budget hearings are held in the City Council Conference Room and a
schedule of the hearings is posted in advance. At the budget hearings, the Finance Director presents an
overview of the budget to inform the City Council of various changes, assumptions, increases and decreases
included in the Recommended Budget. Each department director in turn, then presents opening remarks
concerning the budget for his/her department and responds to questions and receives comments from the
individual council members. At the end of the budget hearing, the Finance Director presents concluding remarks
representing the administration's position and answers any questions that may have arisen during the course of
the hearings. Upon conclusion of the budget hearings, the City Council is then prepared to receive citizen input
and to submit budget revision resolutions in preparation for final adoption of the budget.

                                                    Citizen Input

The City Council set a public hearing date of August 11, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. in the Legislative Chambers of the
Omaha/Douglas Civic Center. Section 5.06 of the Home Rule Charter stipulates that the public hearing must be
held at least ten days prior to the tax levy certification date. The public hearing was held in the evening hours to
provide as many citizens as possible with the opportunity to offer testimony to the City Council. The budget
presentation generates press coverage. Daily newspapers, television and radio stations report budget highlights
and statistics. Following the budget presentation, copies of the Mayor's Recommended Budget are available to
the general public for visual inspection and study at the eleven public libraries, in the City Clerk's office and in the
Finance Department.

                               Adoption of the Budget and Tax Levy Certification

After the public hearing, the City Council may, by resolution, make changes to the Recommended Budget.
Certain stipulations, however, do exist. Section 5.06 of the Home Rule Charter provides that the City Council
may revise the expenditure side of the budget by increasing, decreasing, inserting or deleting appropriation
items, except that it cannot reduce appropriations for debt service. Expenditure revision resolutions require a
simple majority for passage. The City Council may also introduce resolutions to revise revenue estimates,
however, these revision resolutions require an affirmative vote from five of the seven council members. After all
amending resolutions have been acted upon, the City Council adopts a final budget resolution by majority vote.
The Mayor may veto any of the budget revision resolutions and the City Council may sustain or, with five
affirmative votes, override the Mayor's veto. By adopting the budget, the City Council authorizes appropriations
by department, division, agency or account for the ensuing budget year. The Charter provides that the budget,
as adopted, be reproduced and copies made available to the general public and governmental agencies. Copies
of the adopted budget are made available to the public at the eleven public libraries, the City Clerk's office and
the Finance Department.

After adopting the budget, but no later than October 15th of 2009 the City Council must certify a tax levy. Section
5.07 of the Home Rule Charter provides that the City Council, on the basis of the final budget, shall adopt a
resolution certifying a single City of Omaha tax levy for the ensuing fiscal year. The single City of Omaha tax
levy certified in any year is limited to $.6125 per $100 of actual taxable value for the City's General Fund plus
whatever tax levy is necessary to pay principal, interest and administrative expenses on the indebtedness of the
City, and for the satisfaction of judgments and litigation expenses against the City.




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                                          THE BUDGET PROCESS


The 2010 Budget was adopted on Tuesday, September 1, 2009 and September 15, 2009. The City Council on
Tuesday, September 15 2009, certified a single tax levy rate of $.47587 per $100 of actual valuation for 2009
consisting of $.26112 for the General Fund, $.19281 for the Debt Service Fund, $.00600 for the Judgment Fund
and $.01594 for the Redevelopment Fund.

                                            Amending the Budget

The Home Rule Charter provides for amending the budget through the provisions of Sections 5.10 and 5.11.

Basically, there are three types of budget transfers, each requiring a successive level of authority. First, the
Mayor may, at any time, transfer an unencumbered appropriation balance or portion thereof between
appropriations of the same division. Second, transfers between divisions in the same department may be
authorized by resolution of the City Council. Third, transfers between departments/agencies may be authorized
by ordinance of the City Council.

Public comment on resolution is heard before the City Council votes on the resolution. Public comment on
ordinances is heard after the second reading of the ordinance. Ordinances are advertised in a newspaper of
public circulation after the first reading of that ordinance.

To meet a public emergency threatening serious loss of life, health or property, the City Council may, by
ordinance, make emergency appropriations or transfers. An ordinance may be passed as an emergency
measure after one reading when the City Council finds that an emergency exists pursuant to the Home Rule
Charter, Section 2.13. If there are no unappropriated monies available, the City Council may, by ordinance,
authorize the issuance of emergency notes.




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  City of Omaha
Jim Suttle, Mayor                 2010 BUDGET PRESENTATION
                                    Statement by Mayor Jim Suttle
                                            July 21,2009


      Mr. President and members of the City Council.

      Omaha continues to gain national recognition for our quality of life. From 'Business
      Week' to 'Next Generation Consulting' Omaha is high on the list of places to be whether
      you're just starting a career or starting a family. Just recently, we learned that the US
      Olympic Team Trials for Swimming will return to Omaha in 2012. In 2011 the College
      World Series will move to a brand new downtown stadium. The issue is not how do we
      attract attention to Omaha, but how do we manage the attention that we are getting.

      But we sail upon stormy seas. Never in all my years in this community have I seen more
      families, businesses and schools struggle; some facing the toughest financial times since
      the Great Depression. Carl Sandburg wrote 'The fog comes on little cat feet.' The fog of
      economic uncertainty has surrounded many. Our city is not an exception. The city must
      set a proper financial course so that the fog soon moves on. It won't be easy and there
      will continue to be those who argue that we still have to put off the difficult decisions that
      have already been deferred far too long.

     I present to you today a budget that represents less than a 1% increase in total operating
     expenditures from 2009. The growth of Omaha city government spending in the last nine
     years has averaged nearly 3% per year, equivalent to the rate of inflation. Excluding
     Public Safety, the same growth rate is a little over 1% a year. At the same time, the
     City's population has expanded by nearly 12%.

     Since 2001, there has been a reduction of nearly 13% of the city's civilian workforce.
     Citywide, equipment purchases and facility maintenance have been deferred and deferred
     and deferred. The City Parks department is unable to do maintenance on park roads,
     parking lots and sidewalks and trails. City Planning has incurred delays in processing
     permits as positions have been eliminated or held vacant. The City Finance office has
     had to eliminate the Internal Audit function. There are sworn police officers that are
     performing civilian duties when they could and should be on the street protecting our
     citizens. This is not a city government on a spending spree. This is a city government
     stretched thin and struggling to get by with limited resources.
I have analyzed city services and find little room left to make spending cuts. In 2010,
there will be a net reduction of seven civilian positions. There will be a one year delay in
purchase of a new police helicopter. I will seek the closing of Westwood Golf Course as
a first step towards reviewing all golf course operations and possible privatization.

A city is more than just a collection of people, neighborhoods, its City Council and its
Mayor. A city is the sum of its parts, and these parts must work in unison to be efficient.
The concept of spending cuts may be seen as popular by some, but the effect of those cuts
has a direct negative impact on the community, breaking down the parts that make up the
whole.

Just like everyone else, city government has seen a dramatic increase in the cost of living,
especially in healthcare. Healthcare costs are projected to rise another 10% next year.
We have no control over this factor and there is no immediate solution. The city is also
tied into long term contractual obligations for which there is no short term release. 94%
of the fire department budget, for example, involves such contractual commitments.

This year the city has seen a precipitous drop in sales tax receipts. Sales tax receipts
account for nearly half of city General Fund revenue. The best projections of our city’s
finance department is that these receipts for 2010 will be less than what was budgeted for
in 2009 and lower than what was collected in 2008.

Nationwide, the housing market is down. Local property values and property tax receipts
are expected to be flat.

As a result, the city’s finance department projected an $11 million shortfall in the general
fund for 2010. This is after all city departments had already made significant reductions
in their proposed 2010 budgets.

It is not possible to balance a shortfall of this size by closing a single city pool. It is not
possible to balance a shortfall of this size by closing a single library. It is not possible to
balance a shortfall of this size by simply reducing maintenance of city parks.

Rather, it means eliminating entire programs. Spending cuts of this magnitude would mean
closing the entire city pool system. Spending cuts of this magnitude would mean closing the
entire library system. The projected shortfall is more than the library’s entire operating
budget. Spending cuts of this magnitude would bring an end to basic services such as yard
waste collection. We cannot risk cuts that further delay the training and recruitment of new
police officers at a time when crime is still a great concern.

It has been said that, “One of the tests of leadership is to recognize a problem before it
becomes an emergency.”
GENERAL FUND

I recognize these problems and do not want them to become an emergency. Therefore, I
am proposing a new 2% entertainment tax to balance the General Fund shortfall and
preserve the services that our citizens have come to enjoy and deserve. For an extra
dollar on a fifty dollar dinner, each and every citizen helps to keep our libraries and pools
open, the grass mowed in our parks and the yard waste collected at our homes.

In the budget I present to you today, public safety and basic city services are the top
priorities. And this budget reflects priorities that you, members of the City Council, have
already shared with me. As you review my recommended budget, you will see that I
have incorporated many of your ideas. I’ve also listened to the community’s input. Not
surprisingly, we all have some things in common, with public safety a priority.

In line with my personal philosophy and following through on a commitment that I made
during my campaign, I have included funding for a Public Safety Auditor in this budget.

The police recruit class has already been delayed twice this year. As a result, the city is
unable to replace retiring officers with new recruits. This endangers public safety and
stretches the ability of our police force to do their job effectively. Therefore, I am
including full funding for a police recruit class in 2010.

Additionally, many police vehicles have not been replaced for years. In 2009 we will be
unable to purchase any of the 39 cruisers that were budgeted. This budget contains
funding for forty-four new police cruisers, partially funded by keno revenue. This shift in
the use of keno funds away from community organizations will allow them to be applied
directly to the delivery of city services. I remain committed to developing a long term
strategy for sustainable funding for the arts in our community.

I will also use keno funds to help restore financing to the libraries. Library hours need to
be restored so that our citizens have access to the valuable services they need for their
education, job search and lifelong learning.

The growth in Omaha’s recognition has happened in large part through the efforts of the
Omaha Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. The city must continue to support these efforts
and make Omaha the destination city that it truly deserves to be. Therefore, I am
restoring the $500,000 General Fund contribution for 2010. I will also pursue a longer
term stable source of funding.
DEBT SERVICE

In 2000, when the voters approved funding for the Qwest Center we stood together to
build a facility that would help Omaha compete with other thriving metropolitan cities.
We must follow through with this commitment.

In a little more than two years, the first principal payments must be made on the Qwest
Center debt. These principal payments increase the Qwest Center annual debt payment
by $8.2 million in 2012. Nine years ago, the Mayor and Council slashed the property tax
levy. For the last eight years, the Mayor and Council have repeatedly delayed action to
remedy the resulting shortfall. Each year the cost of failure to act increases.

The debt service fund will run out of money in 2012. Action now to avoid such a
depletion will save taxpayers money. Bond Rating Agencies are asking ‘Does Omaha
have the political will to get its financial house in order?’ We must take action now to
resolve the Qwest Center debt to secure our long-term fiscal future and set the city on
track to restoring our AAA bond rating.

It is not possible to balance the $11 million shortfall and meet the city’s debt obligation
on the Qwest Center without additional revenue sources.

I am proposing a 2.4 cent property tax increase so that the city can put in place a timely
plan to pay the Qwest Center debt. The city has managed to avoid a property tax increase
every year for the last seven years but cannot afford to wait any longer. We must prove
that we do have the political will to put our financial house in order.

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Today, I am also presenting the 2010-2015 Capital Improvement Program. As part of the
CIP, next year our citizens will see continued improvements to Hummel, Levi Carter and
Lynch Parks and the Abrahams Library. We will benefit from street improvements
across the city from 42nd & Q to 144th & West Dodge. New projects include a redesign
of the Farnam Street Bridge over I-480 and a redesign of the pedestrian bridge at 72nd &
Blondo.

FUTURE ISSUES TO RESOLVE

Beyond the scope of this budget process are other financial obstacles that must be
addressed in the near term. We must implement the recommendations of the Police and
Fire Pension System Task Force. We must explore our options on contracting or
· collection and our recycling program. We must implement a business accounting system
  for the city. We must go forward with the goal of fiscal responsibility and stability.

I ask the Council to approve this budget and set us on a path to fiscal stability. Let us all
rise to the occasion and to the challenges before us. This budget is more than just the
first step. It is a bold and necessary step toward financial stability. We cannot focus on
all of the other work that needs to be done until we are no longer distracted by the need to
find emergency solutions.

This budget is how we make Omaha an even greater place to live and how we grow our
community to a preeminent example of a city well managed.

Thank you.



g; ~
 im Suttle, Mayor
City of Omaha
                                                              City of Omaha, Nebraska
                                                                   2010 Summary
                                                                                                       VISION
                                                                      Service and leadership that enriches the community

                                                                                                     MISSION
                                                              To provide quality service and leadership that maximizes
                                                           resources and responds to our community's present and future

                                                                                              SHARED GOALS
                                                                                     ● Cooperation and Teamwork
                                                                                     ● Honesty and Integrity
                                                                                     ● Responsiveness and Reliability


OUR CITY
Omaha, founded in 1854, is the
largest city in the State of
Nebraska. According to Indian
legend,     the    name       means
"upstream" or "against the current".
Omaha is the 40th largest city in
the nation, with a population of
438,646.       The      eight-county
Metropolitan     Statistical    Area
(MSA)* with a population of
842,921 and covering 4,363 square
miles, is the 60th largest MSA in
the country. The metro Omaha
area has seen steady upward
growth over the past five decades
and growth of 11.8% between 1990
and 2008.

GOVERNMENT
Omaha operates with a Mayor-Council form of government. The Mayor and seven-member City Council are both elected to four-
year terms. The executive and administrative powers of the City are vested in the Mayor, who is popularly elected on a non-partisan
basis. Agreements with Douglas County provide for the sharing of library, information technology, parks, purchasing, printing and
911 services between city and county government and residents.

                                         CURRENT DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION


                                       Median Home Price - Omaha                                                 $135,700
                                       Median Home Price - US                                                    $206,300
                                       Median Household Income - Omaha                                            $57,850
                                       Median Household Income - US                                               $52,600
                                       Average Household Income - Omaha                                           $68,900
                                       Average Household Income - US                                              $68,950
                                       Per Capita Income - Omaha                                                  $27,154
                                       Median Age - Omaha                                                         34.9
                                       Geographical area - sq miles                                                126

                                       *Omaha MSA consists of Douglas, Sarpy, Saunders, Cass and Washington counties in Nebraska
                                       and Pottawattamie, Harrison and Mills counties in Iowa.




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                                              CITY OF OMAHA
                                                Financial Policies

    Cash Management and Investment Policies                                Reserves and Contingencies

The Cash Management and Investment Policies are                 1. The City will include in each annual budget a
divided into four major components of cash                      Contingency Reserve Account for expenditures due
management systems. They are: Cash Flow                         to unforeseen circumstances. This account will be
Forecasting; Cash Mobilization; Bank Relations; and             funded by the City's primary operating funds: the
Investment of Idle Surplus Funds.                               General Fund, Sewer Revenue Fund and Street and
                                                                Highway Allocation Fund.
1. The cash flow forecast shall, with reasonable
accuracy, identify the funds available to pay the costs         2. The City maintains a Cash Reserve Fund which
of government and investable funds remaining                    shall not exceed 4% of General Fund appropriations
thereafter.                                                     for the purpose of meeting emergencies arising
                                                                from: (a) the loss or partial loss of a revenue source;
2. The cash mobilization shall identify and accelerate          (b) unanticipated expenditures due to a natural
deposit flows into the bank coupled with maximizing             disaster or casualty loss; (c) expenditures for the
the disbursement float and minimizing the average               satisfaction of judgments and litigation when the
daily bank cash balance.                                        Judgment Levy Fund balance is inadequate; and (d)
                                                                conditions wherein serious loss of life, health or
3. The banking relationships shall be maintained in an          property is threatened or has occurred. The City's
environment such that the lowest cost for banking               current goal of a Cash Reserve Fund Balance of 2%
services is provided to the taxpayers.                          has been met.

4. The investment of idle surplus funds shall be in
accordance with the Investment Policy adopted by the            3. The City's objective for the year-end General
City Council and with authorized state statutes and             Fund budget balance will be a minimum of 1% of
provide reasonable liquidity in connection with the least       annual General Fund revenues carried forward two
default risk and highest rate of return on investments.         years.

                                                                4. The City maintains a Contingent Liability Fund.
5. The investment and management of the City's idle             The purpose of this fund is to accumulate resources
surplus funds shall be monitored and reviewed by the            to provide financial assistance in cases of uninsured
City of Omaha Investment Advisory Committee. The                or under insured casualty losses and settlement of
Committee is formed by Executive Order of the Mayor             City lawsuits prior to a court judgment. The
for the City of Omaha.                                          Contingent Liability Fund is funded by yearly
                                                                appropriations from the General and Sewer Revenue
                                                                Funds and transfers from year-end General Fund
6. The City will continue to work with and encourage            balances when available.
the Douglas County Treasurer to develop methods to
accelerate cash flow transfers from the County                  5. In 1995, the City established the Keno/Lottery
Treasurer to the City and to simplify cash flow from the        Reserve Fund. A $3 million balance plus 25% of
City to the Banks.                                              interest earnings annually will be maintained as an
                                                                appropriation reserve for utilization if the Convention
                                                                Center Hotel revenues are inadequate to support
                                                                corresponding debt service.




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                                           CITY OF OMAHA
                                            Financial Policies

 Accounting, Auditing and Financial Reporting                      Debt Management Policies

1. An independent audit of all City funds and          1. The City will confine long-term borrowing to
accounts will be performed annually by a nationally    capital improvements with a useful life of 15 years or
recognized public accounting firm.                     greater.

2. Budgets are prepared using the accrual basis of     2. The City will issue bonds as proposed in the
accounting. Revenues are recognized in the             Capital Improvement Program (CIP) only.
accounting period in which they become available
and measurable. Expenditures are recognized in the     3. The City will maintain cash reserves for general
accounting period in which the fund liability is       obligation debt and annexation debt of 2% of the
incurred. The City will maintain a budgetary control   outstanding debt or $2 million, whichever is less. All
system and produce quarterly financial reports. For    revenue bonds shall maintain reserves in
budgetary purposes, the City employs encumbrance       accordance with the respective bond resolution.
accounting which reserves a portion of the
applicable appropriation for purchase orders,          4. The total amount of general obligation bonds
contracts and other commitments. A balanced            outstanding at any time shall not exceed 3.5% of the
General Fund budget (where estimated revenues          total actual value of taxable property in the City.
equal estimated expenditures) is required by state
statute.
                                                       5. Revenue bonds and interest are payable solely
3. The City will continue to implement accounting      from the revenues of the facility or enterprise for
procedures which will provide annual financial         which the bonds were issued and are not general
reports in accordance with Generally Accepted          obligation debt of the City.
Accounting Principles (GAAP) as outlined in
Governmental Accounting, Auditing and Financial        6. Tax increment debt will be paid solely from the
Reporting (GAAFR) guidelines.                          Community Development project tax receipts. The
                                                       debt repayment schedule shall not exceed 15 years
4. The City has fully implemented Governmental         from the date of the initial City Council approval. The
Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issuance #34         debt shall be the obligation and responsibility of the
as of December 31, 2002.                               developer and not the City.

                                                       7. The City will limit the Redevelopment Debt
                                                       Service Levy to a maximum of $.026 per $100 of
                                                       valuation as required by State Law. The proposed
                                                       levy is approximately one-third of the limit.

                                                       8. The City will not use derivative products for any
                                                       type of speculative purpose. Derivative products
                                                       may only be used to reduce interest costs. The City
                                                       currently has no derivative products.

                                                       9. The City will forecast annually the cash balance
                                                       of the Debt Service Fund for a period of 20 years.




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                                                                                CITY OF OMAHA
                                                             Revenues and Appropriations
                                                                                           All Funds


Sources of Revenues

                             2010 Revenue Sources
                                        Intergovernm ental
                                             Revenue              Concessions, Fees &
                                                                       Perm its                Interest
                                               1.9%
                   Occupation & In Lieu of                               5.1%                    0.9%                                                            2010                    2009
                            Tax                                                                                                 Revenue Sources                 Budget                  Budget
                            6.2%                                                                Initial Credit         Property Tax                    $        127,534,266        $    114,890,160
          Bond Sales
                                                                                                     0.3%
            15.7%                                                                                                      Sales Tax                                122,954,000             128,087,500
                                                                                                                       Bond Sales                                91,915,265             185,810,150
 Services, Rents &                                                                                                     Services, Rents & Miscellaneous           55,475,196              54,427,966
  Miscellaneous                                                                                                        Sewer Charges & Special
                                                                                                    Property Tax
       9.5%                                                                                                              Assessments                             49,684,820              46,920,102
                                                                                                       21.8%
                                                                                                                       Vehicle User Taxes                        43,765,000              43,876,863
                                                                                                                       Occupation & In Lieu of Tax               36,597,466              36,070,831
                                                                                                                       Concessions, Fees & Permits               29,957,338              22,004,127
                                                                                                                       Intergovernmental Revenues                11,418,979              12,266,228
                                                                                                 Motor Vehicle Tax
                                                                                                       1.6%            Motor Vehicle Tax                          9,300,000               9,020,000
                                                                                                                       Interest                                   5,238,008               4,792,401
                                                                                                                       Initial Credit                             1,873,465               3,896,110
                                                                                                                                                       $         585,713,803       $     662,062,438
     Vehicle User
        Taxes
        7.5`%


             Sew er Charges & Special                                              Sales Tax
                  Assessm ents                                                       21.0%
                       8.5%




   Departmental Appropriations


                                 2010 Appropriations

                                                                                        Parks, Recreation
                                                                                               and
                                             General Government      Planning
                                                                                         Public Property
                                                     2.0%              2.2%
                 Debt Service                                                                  5.2%
                    16.4%

                                                                                                           Fire
                                                                                                                                                            2010                        2009
                                                                                                          12.0%
                                                                                                                            Departments                    Budget                      Budget
                                                                                                                    Public Works                    $      151,376,223         $       147,527,940
Other Budgetary                                                                                                     Police                                  98,765,052                  94,643,933
   Accounts                                                                                                         Debt Service                            95,466,070                  91,865,229
     16.4%                                                                                                          Other Budgetary Accounts                95,306,835                  84,084,931
                                                                                                                    Fire                                    69,549,298                  72,902,544
                                                                                                                    Parks, Recreation and
                                                                                                                     Public Property                         30,452,706                 33,384,925
                                                                                                             Police
                                                                                                             17.0% Library                                   12,774,970                 12,301,602
                                                                                                                    Planning                                 12,557,694                 12,059,924
       Library
                                                                                                                    General Government *                     11,629,415                 11,871,017
        2.2%
                                                                                                                    Convention & Tourism                      3,435,881                  3,420,901
                                                                                                                                                    $        581,314,144       $        564,062,946
                  Convention &
                    Tourism
                      0.6%

                                                             Public Works
                                                                26.0%                                     * Mayor’s Office, City Council, City Clerk, Law, Human Resources, Human Rights & Relations and
                                                                                                          Finance




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                                                                 City of Omaha
                                                    2010 Appropriated Budget Summary
                                                                                                                         11/19/2009
                                                    Positions                                              Funding
By Department                              2009                 2010         2009 Appropriated   2010 Appropriated   $ Change         % Change
  Mayor's Office                               12                       12          1,046,678           1,054,850           8,172         0.78%
  City Council                                 15                       15          1,102,228           1,017,313         (84,915)       -7.70%
  City Clerk                                    9                        9            659,504             631,427         (28,077)       -4.26%
  Law                                          40                       39          3,838,213           3,734,280        (103,933)       -2.71%
  Human Resources                              21                       20          1,791,282           1,918,540         127,258         7.10%
  Human Rights and Relations                   13                       11            887,680             672,270        (215,410)      -24.27%
  Finance                                      33                       35          2,545,432           2,600,735          55,303         2.17%
  Planning                                    124                      123         12,059,924          12,557,694         497,770         4.13%
  Parks, Recreation & Public Property         187                      182         33,384,925          30,452,706      (2,932,219)       -8.78%
  Fire                                        688                      714         72,902,544          69,549,298      (3,353,246)       -4.60%
  Police                                      998                      998         94,643,933          98,765,052       4,121,119         4.35%
  Public Works                                543                      542        147,527,940        151,376,223        3,848,283         2.61%
  Convention & Tourism                         18                       17          3,420,901           3,435,881          14,980         0.44%
  Public Library                               91                       94         12,301,602          12,774,970         473,368         3.85%
  Retiree Employee Benefits                     -                        -         25,633,600          26,960,333       1,326,733         5.18%
  Outside Agencies                              5                        5         58,451,331          68,346,502       9,895,171        16.93%
  Debt Service                                  -                        -         91,865,229          95,466,070       3,600,841         3.92%
                     Department Total       2,797                    2,816        564,062,946        581,314,144      17,251,198          3.06%

By Expenditures Category
  Employee Compensation                                                          225,056,311         232,298,639       7,242,328         3.22%
  Non-Personal Services                                                          229,325,257         220,675,195      (8,650,062)       -3.77%
  Capital                                                                        109,681,378         128,340,310      18,658,932        17.01%
                      Category Total                                              564,062,946        581,314,144      17,251,198         3.06%
                                                         check fig                           0                -                  0
By Source of Funds
  General                                                                        271,852,343         272,352,396         500,053         0.18%
  General Capital                                                                  8,748,406           8,485,793        (262,613)       -3.00%
  Convention Center Hotel Revenue                                                  5,292,217           5,600,848         308,631         5.83%
  Street & HWY Allocation                                                         33,182,272          30,321,975      (2,860,297)       -8.62%
  Omaha Keno Lottery                                                               3,384,000           3,446,000          62,000         1.83%
  City Street Maintenance                                                         20,554,036          19,171,249      (1,382,787)       -6.73%
  Sewer Revenue Fund                                                              37,437,257          37,755,095         317,838         0.85%
  Sewer Revenue Improvement                                                       40,803,598          47,990,913       7,187,315        17.61%
  Special Assessment                                                               1,037,634           1,036,734            (900)       -0.09%
  Storm Water Fee                                                                  1,100,069           1,046,301         (53,768)       -4.89%
  Air Quality Control Revenue                                                        703,345             662,983         (40,362)       -5.74%
  Compost Revenue                                                                  1,024,397             959,856         (64,541)       -6.30%
  SID Administrative Fee                                                             217,742             156,355         (61,387)      -28.19%
  Household Hazardous Waste                                                          424,813             400,057         (24,756)       -5.83%
  Sewer Bonds                                                                      1,135,000             806,000        (329,000)      -28.99%
  Street & HWY Bonds                                                              11,914,000          12,347,000         433,000         3.63%
  Public Facility Bonds                                                            3,078,000           2,471,000        (607,000)      -19.72%
  City Wide Sports                                                                   160,642             158,197          (2,445)       -1.52%
  Tennis Revenue                                                                     271,368             264,141          (7,227)       -2.66%
  Marina Revenue                                                                   1,404,488           1,048,504        (355,984)      -25.35%
  Riverfront Plaza                                                                    32,840              35,500           2,660         8.10%
  Golf Revenue                                                                     3,393,954           3,568,071         174,117         5.13%
  Golf Concessions Revenue                                                           350,502             568,392         217,890        62.17%
  Parking Garage Revenue                                                           3,696,909           4,448,849         751,940        20.34%
  Convention & Tourism                                                             3,011,846           3,001,571         (10,275)       -0.34%
  Library Fines & Fees                                                               437,620             555,120         117,500        26.85%
  Douglas County Library Supplement                                                1,652,143           1,119,986        (532,157)      -32.21%
  Western Heritage                                                                   100,000             100,000               0         0.00%
  Judgement Levy                                                                   1,777,167           2,110,607         333,440        18.76%
  Debt Service                                                                    57,367,354          55,621,119      (1,746,235)       -3.04%
  Redevelopment Debt Service                                                       7,846,805           9,467,275       1,620,470        20.65%
  Printing & Graphics                                                                429,086             460,582          31,496         7.34%
  Downtown Stadium                                                                24,944,731          42,739,690      17,794,959       100.00%
  Advance Acquisition                                                                510,000                 -          (510,000)     -100.00%
  CDBG                                                                             5,400,000           5,450,000          50,000         0.93%
  Capital Improvements                                                             1,750,000                 -        (1,750,000)      100.00%
  Public Safety Bonds                                                              1,596,000             215,000      (1,381,000)      -86.53%
  Park & Culture Bonds                                                             5,765,000           2,720,000      (3,045,000)      -52.82%
  Park Development                                                                   108,328             107,385            (943)       -0.87%
  Keno Lottery Reserve                                                               117,034              26,175         (90,859)      -77.63%
  Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion                                                        50,000           2,517,425       2,467,425      4934.85%
                   Source of Funds Total                                         564,062,946         581,314,144      17,251,198         3.06%


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                                                                                          CITY OF OMAHA
                                                                       Revenues and Appropriations
                                                                                               General Fund



    Sources of Revenue



                   2010 Revenue Sources
                                                                                                                                                                          2010                   2009
                                                        Interest, Rents &
                                      Service Charges     Miscellaneous                                                      Revenue Sources                             Budget                 Budget
                                                                        Initial Credit
                                            6.9%              1.5%                                                 Sales Tax                                $             122,954,000    $      128,087,500
                 Intergovernm ental                                          0.7%
                      Revenues                                                                                     Property Tax                                            70,322,657            64,378,978
                        3.3%
                                                                                                                   Business Taxes                                          34,932,000            32,655,095
                                                                                              Property Tax
                Licens3.0%                                                                       25.0%             Service Charges                                         19,386,252            18,894,974
                                                                                                                   Intergovernmental Revenues                               9,303,000             9,869,300
      Business Taxes
           12.5%
                                                                                                                   Motor Vehicle Tax                                        9,300,000             9,020,000
                                                                                                                   Licenses & Permits                                       8,544,362             8,437,700
                                                                                                                   Interest, Rents & Miscellaneous                          4,222,453             5,361,092
                                                                                                                   Initial Credit                                           1,873,465             3,896,110
                                                                                                                                                            $              280,838,189   $       280,600,749




                                                                                         Motor Vehicle Tax
                                                                                               3.3%
                             Sales Tax
                               43.8%




    Departmental Appropriations


                       2010 Appropriations

                                         Other Budgetary        General
                        Library             Accounts          Government
                                                                 4.1%                     Planning                                                                       2010                  2009
                         3.7%                 17.9%
                                                                                            2.4% Parks,                             Departments                         Budget                Budget
    Convention &
      Tourism                                                                                   Recreation and         Police                                   $       98,289,052 $          94,008,933
       0.2%                                                                                     Public Property        Fire                                             68,782,298            69,096,544
                                                                                                     6.5%              Other Budgetary Accounts                         50,185,235            56,228,919
Public Works                                                                                                           Parks, Recreation and
   5.8%                                                                                                                 Public Property                                 18,297,135            18,576,407
                                                                                                                       Public Works                                     16,272,610            15,359,629
                                                                                                                       General Government *                             11,432,289            11,673,891
                                                                                                                       Library                                          10,294,689             8,631,805
                                                                                                                       Planning                                          6,784,881             6,524,621
                                                                                                                       Convention & Tourism                                500,000               500,000
                                                                                                                                                                $       280,838,189 $         280,600,749
                                                                                                         Fire
               Police
                                                                                                        24.5%
               34.9%




                                                                                                                 *Mayor’s Office, City Council, City Clerk, Law, Human Resources, Human Rights & Relations
                                                                                                                 and Finance




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                                                                     CITY OF OMAHA




                                                         GENERAL FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                       FOR THE YEARS ENDED DECEMBER 31

                                                                                                             Net         Balance
                           Initial               Current               Total              Total         Encumbrance      Carried
 Year                      Credit               Revenue              Available          Expended         Adjustment      Forward
 2003                      2,223,541            219,661,030          221,884,571        221,845,462           450,002       489,111
 2004                            1,333          226,154,027          226,155,360        224,195,929         1,803,568     3,762,999
 2005                        489,111            235,048,234          235,537,345        231,305,063        (1,588,454)    2,643,828
 2006                      3,762,999            242,439,136          246,202,135        241,135,451        (2,407,362)    2,659,322
 2007                      2,643,828            259,834,927          262,478,755        260,372,368         1,789,723     3,896,110
 2008                      2,659,322            269,019,103          271,678,425        269,358,687          (446,273)    1,873,465

The General Fund surplus as of the close of any particular fiscal year shall be applied as General Fund revenue in the budget for
the fiscal year two years subsequent to that fiscal year.




                                                                            General Fund
                                                                       Year-end Fund Balance

                         4,000

                         3,500

                         3,000
        Thousands $$'s




                         2,500

                         2,000

                         1,500

                         1,000

                          500

                             -
                                         2004                 2005               2006            2007             2008




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                                                             City of Omaha
                                                     Historical Property Tax Rates

                                                                    City of Omaha
                                                            Historical Property Tax Rates
                                                                     1960 - 2010



                              0.95
Cents per $100 of Valuation




                              0.85


                              0.75


                              0.65


                              0.55


                              0.45


                              0.35
                                     1960   1965     1970     1975      1980       1985   1990   1995   2000   2005   2010
                                                                                   Year




                                                   10-Year Schedule of Property Tax Rates
                                                             Cents per $100
                                               Year            Valuation              Percent change
                                                   2001              42.523                 -12.75%
                                                   2002              43.387                  2.03%
                                                   2003              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2004              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2005              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2006              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2007              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2008              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2009              43.387                  0.00%
                                                   2010              47.587                  9.68%

                                     property tax levies are increasing 1.8 tax rates have remained at Debt
                                 TheFor seven consecutive years, propertycents for the General Fund; 43.387
                                    cents per by 1.7 cents; and the Redevelopment Fund by 0.7 cents in 2010.
                                 Service Fund $100 of property valuation, 18.5% lower than the rate in 1999.




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                                                     City of Omaha
                                                   Sales Tax Receipts

                                     Annual Percent Change Gross Sales Tax Receipts (Actual)
          0.12
           0.1
          0.08
Percent




          0.06
          0.04
          0.02
             0
          -0.02
          -0.04
                  1990


                            1992


                                      1994


                                                1996


                                                          1998


                                                                    2000


                                                                             2002


                                                                                      2004


                                                                                              2006


                                                                                                      2008


                                                                                                               2010
                                                                 Year

                  The City sales tax rate is 1.5 percent. LB775 refunds are the result of state-legislated tax incentives
                         businesses receive by meeting minimum thresholds for employment and investment.

                                         Schedule of Sales Tax Receipts

                                 Gross Sales           Prior Year            LB 775          Net Sales Tax
                  Year           Tax Receipts          % Change             Refunds            Receipts

                   1990          $ 60,058,839            6.9%               (5,229,159)      $ 54,829,680
                   1991            59,778,607            -0.5%              (3,083,834)         56,694,773
                   1992            64,097,314            7.2%               (5,591,881)         58,505,433
                   1993            67,235,909            4.9%               (6,304,537)         60,931,372
                   1994            73,716,758            9.6%               (6,840,951)         66,875,807
                   1995            78,058,833            5.9%               (8,244,381)         69,814,452
                   1996            81,836,340            4.8%               (9,187,520)         72,648,820
                   1997            87,500,204            6.9%               (8,686,702)         78,813,502
                   1998            96,177,566            9.9%              (11,777,708)         84,399,858
                   1999           100,568,214            4.6%               (9,171,102)         91,397,112
                   2000           104,709,650            4.1%              (11,148,229)         93,561,421
                   2001           105,846,630            1.1%              (11,398,782)         94,447,848
                   2002           107,565,620            1.6%              (12,745,765)         94,819,855
                   2003           110,910,102            3.1%               (8,496,168)        102,413,934
                   2004           117,526,998            6.0%               (7,864,766)        109,662,232
                   2005           120,873,521            2.8%               (7,918,549)        112,954,972
                   2006           122,721,806            1.5%               (9,087,824)        113,633,982
                   2007           128,625,275            4.8%               (9,944,289)        118,680,986
                   2008           131,801,802            2.5%              (10,269,009)        121,532,793
                   2009   est.    127,525,978            -3.2%              (8,000,000)        119,525,978
                   2010   est.    130,454,000            2.3%               (7,500,000)        122,954,000


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                                           CITY OF OMAHA
                            STATEMENT OF BONDED INDEBTEDNESS BY MATURITIES
                                        DECEMBER 31, 2008 AND 2007

                                                                    2008                                2007
                                               Principal          Interest                            Principal
                                               Maturing         Requirements                          Maturing
                                  Year         By Years           By Years            Total           By Years
General obligation bonds:          2008 $                                                             28,519,009
                                   2009        30,443,269         26,167,997       56,611,265         27,628,269
                                   2010        28,349,194         24,932,806       53,281,999         25,934,194
                                   2011        29,871,662         23,785,404       53,657,066         26,805,000
                                   2012        33,485,116         22,254,730       55,739,846         30,335,000
                                   2013        34,173,749         20,703,442       54,877,191         30,995,000
                                   2014        33,032,569         19,172,994       52,205,563         29,930,000
                                   2015        32,646,588         17,641,826       50,288,414         29,775,000
                                   2016        32,440,815         16,088,332       48,529,147         29,195,000
                                   2017        30,855,261         14,542,551       45,397,812         28,920,000
                                   2018        30,264,937         13,052,959       43,317,896         27,585,000
                                   2019        29,834,856         11,604,173       41,439,029         27,400,000
                                   2020        29,115,029         10,164,239       39,279,268         26,900,000
                                   2021        28,415,471          8,763,773       37,179,244         26,280,000
                                   2022        27,981,194          7,360,694       35,341,888         25,805,000
                                   2023        26,502,214          5,994,541       32,496,755         24,260,000
                                   2024        26,108,545          4,672,484       30,781,029         23,800,000
                                   2025        25,130,205          3,387,692       28,517,897         22,565,000
                                   2026        22,777,210          2,093,540       24,870,750         21,225,000
                                   2027        22,494,577            903,489       23,398,066         20,795,000
                                   2028         1,547,327            212,465        1,759,792            500,000
                                   2029           690,477            127,889          818,366            525,000
                                   2030           724,050             92,541          816,591            550,000
                                   2031           783,068             55,474          838,542            600,000
                                   2032           192,552             15,090          207,642                 -
                                   2033           202,528              5,114          207,642                 -
Total general obligation bonds (1)            558,062,463        253,796,238      811,858,701        536,826,471

Revenue bonds: (2)
Dodge Park Marina Revenue Bonds                       -                                                  155,000
Special Tax Revenue Bonds (3)                  44,000,000                                             40,385,000
Special Obligation Bonds (4)                   83,825,000                                             78,510,000
Highway Allocation Bonds                        2,210,000                                              2,350,000
Convention Center Hotel Bonds                 109,750,000                                            109,750,000
Sanitary Sewer System Revenue Bonds            53,295,000                                             54,430,000
                                              293,080,000                                            285,580,000

  Total bonded indebtedness               $   851,142,463                                            822,406,471

(1) As of December 31, 2008, The City Of Omaha has $53,746,000 general obligation bonds authorized but
    unissued.
(2) Revenue bonds, together with the interest thereon, are payable solely from the revenues of the facility or
    municipal enterprise for which the bonds were issued and are neither general obligations nor general
    debt of the City.
(3) These Bonds are supported from a Special Redevelopment Property Tax Levy.
(4) These Bonds are supported by a variety of revenue sources including Property Tax Revenue, Tax
    Allocation Revenue, State Cigarette Tax, NRD Miller Park Construction, Douglas County Miller Park
    Contribution and Land Sales.
                                                           10
                                           CITY OF OMAHA
                                   GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT RATIOS
                                         AS OF DECEMBER 31

                                                       % of Net Direct
             Net Direct                                    General                                Per Capita Net
              General                                     Obligation                              Direct General
             Obligation                                Bonded Debt to                               Obligation
 Year      Bonded Debt (2)        Valuation (1)        Actual Valuation       Population (3)       Bonded Debt


 2003          421,869,470       19,402,645,449                  2.17%              403,963              1,044.33

 2004          439,551,010       20,091,391,760                  2.19%              408,853              1,075.08

 2005          435,701,010       21,495,123,660                  2.03%              414,447              1,051.28

 2006          464,368,151       22,265,984,445                  2.09%              419,545              1,106.84

 2007          539,086,219       25,302,239,770                  2.13%              427,872              1,259.92

 2008          558,062,463       26,509,935,870                  2.11%              438,646              1,272.24

(1) Source: Records of Accounting Department, Office of the Douglas County Clerk.
(2) Amounts shown above as Direct General Obligation Bonded Debt are net of the fund balance in the Debt
Service Fund.
(3) Source: U. S. Census Bureau estimates.

                                   GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT MARGIN
                                          December 31, 2008


Article V, Section 5.27, City Charter of Omaha, as amended, provides:

     "The total amount of general obligation indebtedness outstanding at any time, which shall include bonds
     issued but shall not include bonds authorized until they are issued, shall not exceed 3.5 percent of the total
     actual value of taxable real and personal property in the City."

Computation of the general obligation debt as defined in the City Charter, based upon 2008
valuations, is as follows:

   Maximum debt limit (3.5% of total
   actual valuation)                                                      $     927,847,755

   General obligation bonds outstanding            $    558,062,463

   Less balance in General Obligation
   Debt Service Fund, December 31, 2008                  18,976,244             539,086,219

   General obligation debt margin (1)                                     $     388,761,536

(1) Revenue bond indebtedness, general obligation notes and lease-purchase agreements are not chargeable
against the general obligation debt margin. The City of Omaha has no general obligation notes outstanding.
Revenue bond indebtedness is set forth on the schedule above and lease-purchase agreements are set forth in
the "Debt Service" of Section F.

                                                         11
                                                  General Obligation Debt
                                            2008 Actual and 2009 - 2019 Projected

                    800
         Millions
                    700
                    600
                    500
                    400
                    300
                    200
                                08    09     10     11    12    13         14   15       16    17       18      19

                                            Debt Margin                              Net General Debt




                                        Debt Service and Redevelopment Funds
                                2008 Actual and 2009 - 2019 Projected Year-End Balances
                           25
                Millions




                           20
                           15
                           10
                           5
                           0
                                 08    09     10     11    12    13        14   15        16    17      18      19
                                      Debt Service Fund          Redevelopment Fund                  Combined




The City maintains two funds which function as designated debt service funds. The Debt Service Fund services
the City's General Obligation Debt and the Redevelopment Debt Service Fund services the City's Special Tax
Revenue and Special Obligation Debt. Annually the City forecasts year-end balances in these funds for a period
of 20 years. The current forecast includes the following parameters:

  1. Assumes a tax increase of 2.4 cents in 2010.

  2. Annual valuation growth of 0% in 2010, 1% in 2011 and 2% thereafter.

  3. A tax collection factor of 100% including prior years collections.

  4. The 2009 issuance interest rate at 5.0%, 2010 at 5.5% and beyond at 6.0%.

  5. Principal amounts issued are projected to be as follows: $18.6 million in 2008-2011, $17.5million in
     2012-2013, $20 million in 2014-2015, $21 million in 2016, $22 million in 2017, $24 million in 2018 and
     $26 million in 2019.




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                            City of Omaha
                    Capital Improvement Program
                    2010 Selective Project Listing

                                                                  2010
                    Project Description
                                                                 Funding

                        Transportation
26th and “Q” Street Bridge Replacement                       $      800,000
42nd and “Q” Street Intersection Improvements                       200,000
Farnam Street Bridge Over I-480                                     450,000
North 24th Street Corridor Improvements                           1,000,000
South 24th Street Business Corridor Improvements                  1,000,000
Stockyards Bridge Replacement                                     1,000,000
72nd and Blondo Pedestrian Bridge                                   500,000
Aksarben Village Off-Site Improvements                            2,000,000
96th Street-Park Drive to “Y” Street                                300,000
108th Street-West Dodge Road to Blondo Street                       600,000
144th Street West Dodge Road to Eagle Run
  & Blondo Street 134th to 141st                                  7,091,000
“F” Street-148th Street to 156th Street                           1,500,000
Fort Street-123rd Street to 132nd Street                            700,000
West Center Road-150 th Street to US-275                         13,300,000
West Center Road-157 th Street to Industrial Road                 3,000,000

                    Environment
Combined Sewer Overflow Control Implementation                   29,500,000

                  Parks and Recreation
Hummel Day Camp Building Rehabilitation                             450,000
Hummel Park Renovation                                               50,000
Levi Carter Park Renovation                                         600,000
Lynch Park Rehabilitation                                         1,100,000
Keystone Trail East Connector                                     1,804,000

                       Public Facilities
Abrahams Branch Renovation                                          644,000
Fire Station #53 - 80th and Dodge Street                            460,000
Elkhorn Maintenance Facility Salt Shed                              325,000
Northeast Sewer Maintenance Facility                              1,000,000
Public Facilities Study                                             250,000




Includes only the 2010 portion of selected projects. May not reflect the total
project cost.




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                                               City of Omaha

                                           Departmental Summaries

                                               Mayor's Office

The Mayor is the head of the executive branch of the City government. He is responsible for day to day City
operations, and appoints department directors. The Mayor enforces City ordinances, and state and federal
laws. The Mayor submits an annual operating budget and the six-year capital improvement plan to the City
Council, as well as other proposed legislation. The Mayor’s Hot Line receives and investigates inquiries,
suggestions and complaints related to City activities. The Mayor’s Office also works closely with neighborhood
and community groups.


                                                          Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008             2009              2010              2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended        Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                12                   12             12                12

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $      908,487             1,005,040     1,034,763          1,022,650
 Non-Personal Services                         38,462                41,638        32,200             32,200
   Department Total                           946,949             1,046,678     1,066,963          1,054,850




                                                   City Council

The City Council is the legislative branch of City government. The Council has the power to pass, amend or
repeal any and all ordinances and resolutions necessary to execute and enforce the provisions of the City
Charter. The Council also provides for public hearings, makes or confirms appointments to City Boards, adopts
the annual budget, undertakes necessary investigations, provides for an annual financial audit, hires the City
Lobbyist, and monitors the City’s cable franchise agreements.



                                                          Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008             2009              2010              2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended        Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                15                   15             15                15

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $    1,029,232             1,047,496     1,100,619            997,371
 Non-Personal Services                         15,882                54,732        19,942             19,942
   Department Total                         1,045,114             1,102,228     1,120,561          1,017,313




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                                                    City of Omaha

                                             Departmental Summaries

                                                      City Clerk

The City Clerk is the records manager for all official city documents. The Clerk’s Office prepares the agenda for
City Council and Board of Equalization meetings, publishes legal notices, and maintains records of the
meetings and documents. Bids by vendors for City contracts are submitted to the City Clerk. The Clerk also
maintains records related to liquor licenses, keno operations, Sanitary and Improvement Districts, claims filed
against the city, and surety bonds.



                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008             2009              2010                  2010
Departmental Resources                       Expended        Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                  8                    9                  9                  9

Budget
 Employee Compensation                   $      516,403             593,779            603,663             590,327
 Non-Personal Services                           38,960              65,725             41,100              41,100
   Department Total                             555,363             659,504            644,763             631,427




                                                        Law

The Law Department provides legal advice to the Mayor, City Council, and over 60 departments, boards,
commissions, and authorities and represents the City in claims, litigation, and prosecution. The Civil Division
provides legal opinions, drafts and reviews ordinances, contracts and other City documents, and represents the
City in civil lawsuits. The Claims Division is responsible for all City insurance-related litigation. The Prosecution
Division enforces City ordinances and state laws within the City, and prosecutes all misdemeanors within the
County.


                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008             2009              2010                  2010
Departmental Resources                       Expended        Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                  30                  40                 39                  39

Budget
 Employee Compensation                   $    3,259,844            3,650,753         3,594,156           3,505,270
 Non-Personal Services                          162,779              187,460           229,010             229,010
   Department Total                           3,422,623            3,838,213         3,823,166           3,734,280




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                                                City of Omaha

                                           Departmental Summaries

                                              Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides employment services to City departments and employees. The
Employment Division interviews, tests and refers job applicants to departments for selection, and is responsible
for employment records and the City’s job classification system. The Benefits and Compensation Division
administers employee benefit programs. The Labor Relations Division negotiates labor bargaining agreements,
and administers the Commercial Driver’s License function, training and safety activities, and the Employee
Assistance Program.


                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008            2009              2010                 2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                19                21                 20                 20

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $    1,554,151          1,657,198          1,829,131         1,785,956
 Non-Personal Services                        136,439            134,084            132,584           132,584
   Department Total                         1,690,590          1,791,282          1,961,715         1,918,540




                                        Human Rights and Relations

The Human Rights and Relations Department is responsible for identifying, preventing and remedying
discrimination and inter-group conflict within the City of Omaha. The department mediates and/or investigates
charges of civil rights discrimination, and provides education relating to discrimination prevention. This
department also has responsibility for ensuring that City contractors and vendors comply with the equal
opportunity requirements of the City Contract Ordinance.



                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008            2009              2010                 2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                11                13                 10                 11

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $      752,427            811,330           551,476            614,920
 Non-Personal Services                         54,748             76,350            57,350             57,350
   Department Total                           807,175            887,680           608,826            672,270




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                                               City of Omaha

                                           Departmental Summaries

                                                   Finance

The Finance Department is responsible for the City’s fiscal administration. The Department plans, controls,
records and reports the receipts, investments, commitments and disbursements of all City funds. Staff provides
support to other departments for budgeting, accounting, billing, payroll and property control. The department
manages the City’s debt and property insurance, monitors the Keno contract, administers two defined-benefit
pension systems, and oversees the operations of the City-owned Convention Center Hotel.



                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008            2009              2010               2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                29                33                39                35

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $    2,312,135          2,502,764        2,892,576          2,565,867
 Non-Personal Services                         34,681             42,668           41,046             34,868
   Department Total                         2,346,816          2,545,432        2,933,622          2,600,735




                                                   Planning

The Planning Department prepares and maintains the City’s Comprehensive Plan, enforces zoning and
subdivision regulations and building codes, administers permits and inspections activities, and condemns and
removes hazardous structures. The department also implements community development and economic
development programs, and coordinates preparation of the City’s Capital Improvement Program and
annexation plans. A variety of boards are administered and staffed by the Planning Department, such as the
Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission.


                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                             2008            2009              2010               2010
Departmental Resources                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement               101                124              121                123

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $    5,835,466          5,785,998        6,017,687         5,989,901
 Non-Personal Services                      2,073,145          2,001,781        2,607,895         2,607,895
 Capital                                    5,895,833          4,272,145        3,959,898         3,959,898
   Department Total                        13,804,444         12,059,924       12,585,480        12,557,694




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                                               City of Omaha

                                         Departmental Summaries

                                   Parks, Recreation, & Public Property

The Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department plans, develops, and maintains the City’s park system
which includes 9,385 acres of land and 263 park locations. Recreational activities abound at 16 community
centers, three ice arenas, 17 swimming pools, 35 sites for the summer youth recreational program, seven golf
courses, three marinas, and a number of tennis courts. Other departmental responsibilities include
management and maintenance of trees throughout the City, code enforcement activities related to weeds and
litter on private property, the operation of seven parking garages and five surface parking lots, and
management of Rosenblatt Stadium.

                                                        Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                           2008             2009              2010                2010
Departmental Resources                   Expended        Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement              153                187               181                182

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $ 14,342,508         15,127,824         15,927,737        15,833,997
 Non-Personal Services                   11,560,268         11,413,101         11,181,064        11,288,109
 Capital                                  4,466,873          6,844,000          3,330,600         3,330,600
   Department Total                      30,369,649         33,384,925         30,439,401        30,452,706




                                                    Fire

The Fire Department protects lives and property. Services include fire protection, fire investigations, fire
prevention and inspection, public education, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, code
enforcement and public education. Training programs are continually updated for fire response, emergencies,
natural disasters, and coordination with other first responders. The Fire Department operates 24 fire stations
and engine companies, nine aerial companies, and 15 medic units.


                                                        Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                           2008             2009              2010                2010
Departmental Resources                   Expended        Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement              671                688               723                714

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $ 70,301,798         64,761,326         67,299,126        65,424,543
 Non-Personal Services                    4,475,504          4,207,110          4,393,825         3,229,647
 Capital                                    286,988          3,934,108          1,560,108           895,108
   Department Total                      75,064,290         72,902,544         73,253,059        69,549,298




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                                               City of Omaha

                                         Departmental Summaries

                                                    Police

The Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency serving and protecting the citizens of Omaha.
The four precincts in the Uniform Patrol Bureau respond to calls for service, traffic enforcement, crime
prevention and other proactive efforts. The Criminal Investigations Bureau investigates crimes against persons,
property, and society. The Police Services Bureau provides specialized operations (such as the Crime Lab, Air
Support Unit, and Emergency Response Unit) and administrative support. Additional department functions
include the training academy, neighborhood services, research and planning, internal affairs, and public
information.

                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                           2008              2009              2010                2010
Departmental Resources                   Expended         Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement               943                998               998                998

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $ 84,008,026         $ 83,882,156     $ 89,190,052         88,943,719
 Non-Personal Services                   10,165,836           10,146,777        9,821,333          9,821,333
 Capital                                    373,604              615,000                -                  -
   Department Total                      94,547,466           94,643,933       99,011,385         98,765,052




                                                Public Works

The Public Works Department provides transportation and environmental services. The Transportation section
designs and oversees construction for street and bridge improvements, provides traffic maintenance and
control, and performs street repair and resurfacing, street sweeping and snow removal for 4,423 lane miles of
streets. Major Environmental section activities include wastewater collection, sewer system preventive
maintenance and repair, and operation of three wastewater treatment plants, as well as providing contracted
services for curbside collection of garbage, yard waste and recycling. Fleet maintenance and facilities
management services are also provided to other City departments.


                                                         Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                           2008              2009              2010                2010
Departmental Resources                   Expended         Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement               479                543               542                542

Budget
 Employee Compensation                 $ 32,330,296           32,351,952       33,232,149         32,515,424
 Non-Personal Services                   64,845,149           61,514,016       59,354,543         59,354,543
 Capital                                 41,748,295           53,661,972       59,506,256         59,506,256
   Department Total                     138,923,740          147,527,940      152,092,948        151,376,223



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                                                City of Omaha

                                            Departmental Summaries

                                            Convention & Tourism

The Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau is a destination marketing organization that operates through a
public-private collaborative effort to position our community as a premier destination for conventions, trade
shows, corporate meetings, group tours and individual leisure travel. Along with sales and marketing, the
Department provides visitor services such as tourism information, maps, souvenirs, convention registration
assistance and the Official Omaha Visitor’s Guide, and staffs three Visitor Information Centers supported by
volunteers.


                                                          Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                              2008            2009              2010                 2010
Departmental Resources                      Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                 17                18                 17                 17

Budget
 Employee Compensation                  $    1,081,856         1,334,392          1,442,149          1,412,927
 Non-Personal Services                       2,004,008         2,086,509          2,022,954          2,022,954
   Department Total                          3,085,864         3,420,901          3,465,103          3,435,881




                                                    Library

The Omaha Public Library provides opportunities for information, education, inspiration and imagination. The
Library lends more than 3 million items annually, as well as providing information and reader services, including
Internet resources. Services to youth are an important focus, including story times for young children, a
Summer Reading Program, and teen programs. Eleven library facilities are managed and maintained. The
Library is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors, appointed to three-year terms by the Mayor and
confirmed by City Council.

                                                          Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                              2008            2009              2010                 2010
Departmental Resources                      Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Full-Time Personnel Complement                 91                91                 94                 94

Budget
 Employee Compensation                  $    7,294,365         7,563,763          8,585,413          8,799,245
 Non-Personal Services                       3,201,931         3,274,839          3,331,725          3,331,725
 Capital                                     3,467,211         1,463,000            644,000            644,000
   Department Total                         13,963,507        12,301,602         12,561,138         12,774,970




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                                                      SECTION B



                                                City Funds

The schedules contained in this section summarize the revenue and expenditure transactions and
balances of the various City funds. Information shown for 2007 and 2008 is in accord with City
records which have been examined by independent Certified Public Accountants as required by the
City Charter. By including data for two historical years, the current and the subsequent year, the
schedules match the requirements of State of Nebraska budgeting statutes for fund accounting.

Transactions for the year 2009 and 2010 represent anticipated operations. Projections for these
years are based on the 2009 Adopted and 2010 Appropriated Budgets. Deviations from the original
2009 budget document projections, as indicated by more recent estimates, are shown as revised
projections for this particular year.


                                                  Fund Structure

The Home Rule Charter of 1956 sets out the financial fund structure in Section 5.03. The term "fund" as defined
by the charter means a sum of money or other resources that is segregated for the purpose of carrying on
specific activities or attaining certain objectives in accordance with special regulations, restrictions, or limitations,
and that constitutes an independent fiscal and accounting entity. The following types of funds have been
established for the purposes and types of operations as outlined in the charter:

"General Fund" is used to finance the City's normal governmental operations and ordinary services.

"Special Revenue Funds" are used to account for taxes and other revenues, except special assessments, set
aside for a particular purpose.

"Internal Service Funds" are used to account for the financing of activities carried on by one department or
division for other departments and agencies of the city.

"Special Assessment Funds" are used to account for special street, sewer and sidewalk construction projects
that are requested by property owners.

"Capital Project Funds" are used to account for the receipt and disbursement of proceeds of bond issues,
except for those payable from special assessment, utility, and enterprise funds.

"Debt Service Funds" are used to accumulate money for the payment of interest on, and the retirement of,
general obligation bonds of the City, redevelopment bonds and tax increment financing.

"Fiduciary Funds" are used to account for the cash or other assets held by the city trustee, custodian, or agent.

"Enterprise Funds" are used to reflect operations of the City that are designated as self-supporting.




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                                          City Funds Table of Contents
                                                Table of Contents
Schd.
 No.      Fund No.                                        Type/ Fund Name                                                          Page No.
                                                       Governmental Funds
B-1        11111        General ................................................................................................      23
B-2        11112        Stadium Revenue ................................................................................              25
                                                     Special Revenue Funds
B-3        12111        Judgment ............................................................................................         26
B-4        12129        City Street Maintenance ......................................................................                27
B-5        12131        Street and Highway Allocation ............................................................                    28
B-6        12113        Cash Reserve .....................................................................................            29
B-7        15113        Keno/Lottery Reserve .........................................................................                30
B-8        12112        Contingent Liability .............................................................................            31
B-9        12133        Interceptor Sanitary Sewer Improvements .........................................                             32
B-10       12118        Omaha Keno/Lottery ...........................................................................                33
B-11       12115        Library Fines and Fees .......................................................................                35
B-12       12124        SID Administrative Fee .......................................................................                36
B-13       12116        Douglas County Library Supplement ..................................................                          37
B-14       12193        State Turnback Revenue .....................................................................                  38
B-15       15112        Western Heritage/Byron Reed Special Revenue ................................                                  39
B-16       12135        Community Park Development ...........................................................                        40
B-17       21109        Convention and Tourism .....................................................................                  41
B-18       12128        Storm Water Fee Revenue .................................................................                     42
B-19       21129        Household Hazardous Waste Facility (HHWF) ....................................                                43
B-20       13419        Pedestrian Trail Bridge-Joint Use Omaha/Council Bluffs ....................                                   44
                                                        Debt Service Funds
B-21       14111        Debt Service .......................................................................................          45
B-22       14112        Redevelopment Debt Service .............................................................                      46
                                                      Capital Project Funds
B-23       13175        2000 Street and Highway Bond ..........................................................                       47
B-24       13182        2006 Street and Highway Bond ..........................................................                       48
B-25       13122        2006 Sewer Bond ...............................................................................               49
B-26    13352 - 13353   2000 Park and Recreation Bond .........................................................                       50
B-27       13354        2006 Park and Recreation Bond .........................................................                       51
B-28       13297        2006 Public Safety Bond ....................................................................                  53
B-29       13295        1998 Public Facility Bond/Public Safety Training Center Bond ..........                                       54
B-30       13241        1998 Public Facility Bond ...................................................................                 55
B-31       13244        2006 Public Facility Bond ...................................................................                 56
B-32       13112        Capital Improvements .........................................................................                58
B-33       13111        Advance Acquisition ............................................................................              59
B-34       13418        Downtown Stadium ..............................................................................               60
B-35       13428        Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion & Improvement .................................                                  61
B-36       13499        Library Facilities Capital ......................................................................             62
B-37       13434        Riverfront Redevelopment Business Park ..........................................                             63
B-38    13573 - 13574   Special Assessment ...........................................................................                64
                                                 Utility And Enterprise Funds
B-39    21121 - 21124   Sewer Revenue ..................................................................................              65
B-40       21127        Air Quality Control (AQC) Revenue ....................................................                        67
B-41       21128        Compost Operations Revenue ...........................................................                        68
B-42       21111        Marina Revenue .................................................................................              69
B-43       21215        Lewis and Clark Landing .....................................................................                 70
B-44    21114 - 21115   Golf Revenue/Concessions ................................................................                     71
B-45       21113        Tennis Revenue ..................................................................................             72
B-46       21116        Parking Facilities Operation and Construction ....................................                            73
B-47       21211        Printing and Graphics Services ..........................................................                     74
B-48       21119        Convention Center Hotel Revenue .....................................................                         75
B-49       21108        City Wide Sports Revenue ..................................................................                   77




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General                                                                                     11111              B-1
                 Fund                                                                      Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                       P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                            2007           2008           2009               2009             2010
                                            Actual         Actual       Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 General Property Tax                    $ 55,126,392     61,795,651     64,378,978        64,378,978       70,322,657
 Motor Vehicle Taxes                        8,825,629      9,374,405      9,020,000         8,900,000        9,300,000
 City Sales and Use Tax                   128,625,275    131,801,805    136,087,500       127,525,978      130,454,000
   Less: LB 775 Refunds                    (9,944,289)   (10,269,009)    (8,000,000)       (8,000,000)      (7,500,000)
 Business Taxes (includes Keno)            30,778,878     32,921,015     32,655,095        32,428,069       34,932,000
 Licenses and Permits                       8,150,481      8,155,504      8,437,700         6,728,679        8,544,362
 Intergovernmental Revenues                 9,246,268      9,437,282      9,869,300         9,303,000        9,303,000
 Charges for Services                      18,568,340     19,842,674     18,894,974        20,325,305       19,386,252
 Investment Income                          5,671,876      3,847,009      2,825,400         2,825,400        2,850,000
 Rents and Royalties                          120,473        104,961        147,000           219,148          220,000
 Miscellaneous                              4,441,486      1,685,643      2,388,692         2,754,912        1,152,453
               Total Revenue              259,610,809    268,696,940    276,704,639       267,389,469      278,964,724

Expenditures:
 Legislative & Executive                    2,625,823      2,536,586      2,801,834         2,801,834         2,697,014
 Law, Human Resources
   & Human Rights & Relations               5,887,871      5,823,633      6,421,625         6,421,625         6,229,540
 Finance                                    2,389,680      2,575,435      2,450,432         2,450,432         2,505,735
 Planning                                   5,697,539      6,606,427      6,524,621         6,524,621         6,784,881
 Parks, Recreation and
   Public Property                        16,509,587      17,544,710     18,576,407        18,576,407       18,297,135
 Fire                                     69,682,964      74,723,063     69,096,544        69,096,544       68,782,298
 Police                                   93,506,297      93,651,231     94,008,933        94,008,933       98,289,052
 Public Works                             15,096,714      14,990,803     15,359,629        15,359,629       16,272,610
 Convention & Tourism                        250,000               -        500,000           500,000          500,000
 Public Library                            8,320,527       8,167,092      8,631,805         8,631,805       10,294,689
 Benefits                                 17,410,910      19,358,243     22,015,412        22,015,412       23,252,805
 Agency and Other Accounts                23,446,874      23,581,464     34,213,507        34,213,507       26,932,430
 Prior Year Encumbrances                           -               -              -         1,252,890                -
            Total Expenditures           260,824,786     269,558,687    280,600,749       281,853,639      280,838,189

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                        (1,213,977)      (861,747)    (3,896,110)      (14,464,170)       (1,873,465)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Contingent Liability                        (700,000)      (200,000)              -                  -                -
 Miscellaneous Contribution Fund
    (Police 5 Year Escrow)                    224,119       303,553                -                  -                -
 Stormwater Fund                              (10,407)            -                -                  -                -
 Convention and Tourism Fund                  250,000             -                -                  -                -
 Merger Support                                     -        18,610                -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)       (236,288)      122,163                -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                (1,450,265)      (739,584)    (3,896,110)      (14,464,170)       (1,873,465)




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                                                                                                                        B-1
General                                                                                              11111          (Concluded)
                  Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years             3,909,163        1,206,616                 -          1,252,890                 -
  Fund balance designated for 2007             2,643,828                -                 -                  -                 -
  Fund balance designated for 2008             2,659,322        2,659,322                 -                  -                 -
  Fund balance designated for 2009                     -        3,896,110         3,896,110          3,896,110                 -
  Fund balance designated for 2010                     -                -                 -          1,873,465         1,873,465
                                               9,212,313        7,762,048         3,896,110          7,022,465         1,873,465

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years             1,206,616        1,252,890                   -                -                  -
  Fund balance designated for 2008             2,659,322                -                   -                -                  -
  Fund balance designated for 2009             3,896,110        3,896,110                   -        3,896,110                  -
  Fund balance designated for 2010                     -        1,873,465                   -        1,873,465                  -
  Undesignated fund balance                            -                -                   -      (13,211,280)                 -
                                          $    7,762,048        7,022,465                   -       (7,441,705)                 -




The General Fund is used to account for revenue not allocated for specific purposes by law or contractual agreement. This fund is
sustained by a tax levy on tangible properties within the City, a City Sales and Use Tax and by a variety of other revenue sources
as detailed in the "Revenues" section.

The major portion of the City's day-to-day operations, some annual capital improvements, and various lease-purchase agreements
are financed by the General Fund. Appropriations are also made from the fund for operating the Public Library System. Further
appropriations are provided for the City's contribution to employee benefit plans including pension systems, hospitalization, life
insurance and social security taxes.

The 2009 revised column has been adjusted to reflect the most recent revenue estimates while expenditure adjustments are
generally not reflected since year-end closing legislation has not been adopted.

The Administration continually scrutinizes spending which includes steps such as hiring only essential personnel and restricting
equipment purchases to critical needs only. Management steps will be taken as necessary to provide adequate reductions to
balance the 2009 fiscal year and fund an initial carry forward to 2011.




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Stadium Revenue                                                                                     11112              B-2
               Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Hotel/Motel Tax                          $             -        572,010          1,280,000           971,200         1,350,000
 Car Rental Tax                                         -        337,767            600,000           540,000           571,110
               Total Revenue                            -        909,777          1,880,000         1,511,200         1,921,110

Expenditures:
  Debt Payment                                          -                -                 -          615,223         1,571,448
  Prior Year Encumbrances                               -                -                 -          909,777           895,977
           Total Expenditures                           -                -                 -        1,525,000         2,467,425

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                     -        909,777          1,880,000           (13,800)         (546,315)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  encumbrances in subsequent years                      -                -               -            909,777          895,977
  Fund balance                                          -                -         800,000                  -                -
                                                        -                -         800,000            909,777          895,977

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                      -        909,777                  -           895,977                -
  Fund balance                                          -              -          2,680,000                 -          349,662
                                          $             -        909,777          2,680,000           895,977          349,662




On June 10, 2008, City Council approved agreements authorizing the construction of a new downtown baseball stadium
(Ordinances #38123 and 38124). The NCAA and College World Series, Inc. entered into an agreement to hold the Men's College
World Series in the new stadium for 26 years, commencing with its planned 2011 opening. The Stadium will be financed by
private donations and the issuance of lease-purchase bonds.

This fund will account for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of, debt service on the City bonds. The hotel/motel
occupation tax was increased effective August 1, 2008 (Ordinance #38119); of the City's 5.5% tax, 1% will be used for the new
stadium. The rental car occupation tax was increased from $6 to $8 per rental effective July 1, 2008 (Ordinance #38120), with the
increase dedicated to the stadium. Other public funding sources will include Keno funds, and amounts currently used to pay debt
on Rosenblatt Stadium. Stadium-related revenue sources will also be used for debt service, to the extent required.

Revenues received between 2008 - 2011 will be used to pay capitalized interest on the bonds during construction.


Upon adoption of the 2008 budget, the City Council approved a resolution to raise revenue estimates and revise the expenditures




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                                            SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Judgment                                                                                           12111              B-3
                 Fund                                                                             Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007              2008               2009              2009             2010
                                             Actual            Actual           Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Property taxes                              1,334,247         1,521,424         1,594,024         1,594,024         1,601,004
              Total Revenue                  1,334,247         1,521,424         1,594,024         1,594,024         1,601,004

Expenditures:
  Agency and Other Accounts                     13,988            16,507            15,276            15,261            16,500
  Judgments and Related                      1,413,847           350,713         1,761,891         1,568,547         2,094,107
           Total Expenditures                1,427,835           367,220         1,777,167         1,583,808         2,110,607

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             (93,588)       1,154,204          (183,143)           10,216          (509,603)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  encumbrances in subsequent years                 -                 -                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                 955,212           861,624         1,392,233         2,015,828         2,026,044
                                               955,212           861,624         1,392,233         2,015,828         2,026,044

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                 -                 -                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                 861,624         2,015,828         1,209,090         2,026,044         1,516,441
                                               861,624         2,015,828         1,209,090         2,026,044         1,516,441




This Special Revenue Fund was established by the Charter for the purpose of providing a means to satisfy judgments, damage
claims and related litigation expenses against the City. It is sustained by a Judgment Fund tax levy upon tangible property. The
actual and projected revenues are derived from a levy of 0.6 cents per one hundred dollars in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.


Upon adoption of the 2008 budget, the City Council approved a resolution to raise revenue estimates and revise the expenditures




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City Street Maintenance                                                                                   12129                 B-4
                 Fund                                                                                    Fund No.           Schedule No.

                                                                                                     P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007                2008                2009                2009                 2010
                                               Actual              Actual            Budgeted            Revised              Budgeted
Revenues:
  City motor vehicle
   registration fees (wheel tax)           $   14,934,190         15,525,838          15,489,687          15,530,000           15,550,000
  Street cuts                                   2,685,556          2,604,023           2,650,000           2,675,000            2,700,000
  Maintenance of connecting links                 363,727            300,000             300,000             300,000              300,000
               Total Revenue                   17,983,473         18,429,861          18,439,687          18,505,000           18,550,000

Expenditures:
  Public Works                                 16,024,175         20,314,347          20,244,036          19,239,155           19,190,195
  Agency and Other Accounts                       294,248            287,273             310,000             310,000              311,000
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                  -                   -                95,501                  -
           Total Expenditures                  16,318,423         20,601,620          20,554,036          19,644,656           19,501,195

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             1,665,050          (2,171,759)         (2,114,349)         (1,139,656)            (951,195)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                331,110             403,261                 -                95,501                 -
  Fund balance                                  2,605,088           4,197,987           2,286,137           2,333,988           1,289,833
                                                2,936,198           4,601,248           2,286,137           2,429,489           1,289,833

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                403,261              95,501                 -                   -                   -
  Fund balance                                  4,197,987           2,333,988             171,788           1,289,833             338,638
                                           $    4,601,248           2,429,489             171,788           1,289,833             338,638


The special revenue fund accounts for usage of City motor vehicle registration fees and street cut fees. The City Motor Vehicle
Registration Fee is $35.00 per passenger vehicle with a graduated schedule for larger vehicles. The boundary of Wheel Tax authority was
expanded during 2007 to include residents living outside the city limits but within the 3 mile development zone. The street cut fee, derived
from local utilities and contractors, is based upon the size of the street cut. These fees were increased in 2006.


Usage of funds is restricted to street maintenance and repair purposes and their related costs. These funds are also used as a part of the
City's pro-rata matching shares of State shared vehicle user taxes allocated to the City. (See Street and Highway Allocation Fund, Ref. B-
5)




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Street and Highway Allocation                                                                        12131              B-5
                Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008              2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 State Highway Trust Fund                  $ 28,368,167        29,459,975         28,387,176        28,500,000        28,215,000
 State Road Maintenance Contract                485,700           418,253            463,491           463,491           619,017
 Miscellaneous Revenue                           62,974            72,203            100,000            75,000            75,000
 Contribution Revenue                         1,254,382         1,876,778                  -                 -                 -
              Total Revenue                  30,171,223        31,827,209         28,950,667        29,038,491        28,909,017

Expenditures:
  City Clerk                                        2,006           2,006              2,006             2,006             2,006
  Parks, Recreation & Public Property              14,595          14,595             14,595            14,595            14,595
  Public Works                                 26,931,239      29,879,020         29,310,119        27,958,917        27,227,237
  Agency and Other Accounts                     2,626,558       2,342,966          3,507,458         3,507,458         3,238,338
  Debt Service                                          -         237,017            348,094           348,094           229,503
  Prior Year Encumbrances                               -               -                  -         1,608,755                 -
            Total Expenditures                 29,574,398      32,475,604         33,182,272        33,439,825        30,711,679

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              596,825          (648,395)       (4,231,605)       (4,401,334)        (1,802,662)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              1,604,064        1,542,820                 -         1,608,755                 -
  Fund balance                                  4,942,568        5,600,637         4,827,566         4,886,307         2,093,728
                                                6,546,632        7,143,457         4,827,566         6,495,062         2,093,728

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              1,542,820        1,608,755                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                  5,600,637        4,886,307           595,961         2,093,728           291,066
                                           $    7,143,457        6,495,062           595,961         2,093,728           291,066




This fund was created by State Statute to account for usage of State shared vehicle user taxes allocated to the City. Usage of fund
proceeds is restricted to street maintenance, improvements and related purposes. In addition to the state gasoline tax portion,
cities and counties divide an additional 2 cents per gallon.

Effective October 1, 2007, sales tax from the sale of leased motor vehicles formerly allocated to State General Fund was allocated
to the Street Highway Trust fund.




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                                          SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Cash Reserve                                                                                     12113              B-6
                 Fund                                                                           Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                            2007             2008              2009               2009             2010
                                            Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Investment Income                            284,343          168,683          200,000            165,000          165,000
               Total Revenue                  284,343          168,683          200,000            165,000          165,000

Expenditures:
                                                     -                -                 -                  -                -
           Total Expenditures                        -                -                 -                  -                -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                           284,343          168,683          200,000            165,000          165,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                  -                -                -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                              5,132,975        5,417,318        5,617,318          5,586,001         5,751,001
                                            5,132,975        5,417,318        5,617,318          5,586,001         5,751,001

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                  -                -                -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                              5,417,318        5,586,001        5,817,318          5,751,001         5,916,001
                                            5,417,318        5,586,001        5,817,318          5,751,001         5,916,001




This Special Revenue Fund was established by the Charter for the purpose of meeting various City financial emergencies which
may arise. The Cash Reserve Fund is increased by periodic appropriation of General Fund year-end surplus at the close of a
fiscal year. The Cash Reserve Fund may have a balance up to 4% of the General Fund appropriations.




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Keno/Lottery Reserve                                                                                 15113                B-7
                Fund                                                                                Fund No.          Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007              2008               2009             2009            2010
                                               Actual            Actual           Budgeted          Revised       Budgeted
Revenues:
 Investment Income                         $    132,674            179,019           145,698             94,986               78,856
              Total Revenue                     132,674            179,019           145,698             94,986               78,856

Expenditures:
 Library                                                -          470,000           117,034           117,034                26,175
           Total Expenditures                           -          470,000           117,034           117,034                26,175

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
  financing sources (uses)                      132,674           (290,981)           28,664            (22,048)              52,681

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
    bonded debt in subsequent years            3,000,000         3,000,000         3,000,000         3,000,000            3,000,000
  Designated Fund Balance                         83,019           116,188           159,254           160,943              184,690
  Undesignated Fund Balance                      249,059           348,564             7,761            12,828              (32,967)
                                               3,332,078         3,464,752         3,167,015         3,173,771            3,151,723

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
    bonded debt in subsequent years            3,000,000         3,000,000         3,000,000         3,000,000            3,000,000
  Designated Fund Balance                        116,188           160,943           195,679           184,690              204,404
  Undesignated Fund Balance                      348,564            12,828                 -           (32,967)                   -
                                           $   3,464,752         3,173,771         3,195,679         3,151,723            3,204,404




This Reserve Fund was established in 1995 by City Ordinance No. 33494. In 1998 City Ordinance No. 34688 was passed by the
City Council. This ordinance established new conditions by which this reserve fund will operate. Twenty-five percent (25%) of all net
Keno revenue was credited to this fund until the fund balance reached $ 2,370,000. After this reserve fund reached $3,000,000 with
its interest income, twenty-five(25%) of the interest earned on funds in this reserve fund shall remain in the fund while seventy-five
(75%) of the interest may be appropriated as follows: among non-profit organizations not receiving revenues from the General Fund,
public parks or public libraries. It is estimated the reserve will generate the interest income shown above. Ordinance #35896, passed
March 26, 2002 authorized a $3 million bond reserve to the Convention Center Hotel Revenue Bonds.




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Contingent Liability                                                                                    12112               B-8
                  Fund                                                                                 Fund No.         Schedule No.

                                                                                                   P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                 2007              2008               2009               2009               2010
                                                 Actual            Actual           Budgeted            Revised           Budgeted
Revenues:
                                            $             -                 -                  -                  -                  -
                Total Revenue                             -                 -                  -                  -                  -

Expenditures:
 Settlements and litigation                      1,008,626          857,308            438,000            450,000            450,000
           Total Expenditures                    1,008,626          857,308            438,000            450,000            450,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             (1,008,626)         (857,308)          (438,000)         (450,000)          (450,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 FEMA                                                   -           (96,304)                 -                  -                  -
 General Fund                                     700,000           200,000            100,000            100,000            100,000
 Sewer Revenue Fund                                50,000            50,000             50,000             50,000             50,000
 Street and Highway Allocation                          -                 -            100,000            100,000            100,000
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)            750,000           153,696            250,000            250,000            250,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                       (258,626)         (703,612)          (188,000)         (200,000)          (200,000)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -                 -                 -                  -                  -
  Fund balance                                   1,524,163         1,265,537         1,224,163            561,925            361,925
                                                 1,524,163         1,265,537         1,224,163            561,925            361,925

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -                -                  -                  -                  -
  Fund balance                                   1,265,537          561,925          1,036,163            361,925            161,925
                                            $    1,265,537          561,925          1,036,163            361,925            161,925




The purpose of this fund is to accumulate resources to provide financial assistance in cases of uninsured or under-insured
casualty losses and other liabilities. This fund provides monies for settlement of claims filed against the City if the City decides to
settle the case prior to being issued court judgments.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Interceptor Sanitary Sewer Improvements                                                             12133                B-9
                    Fund                                                                           Fund No.          Schedule No.

                                                                                                 P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                  2007                2008          2009             2009               2010
                                                  Actual              Actual      Budgeted          Revised           Budgeted
Revenues:
 Interceptor sanitary sewer
   connection fees                            $ 2,071,371          1,835,973       1,900,000        1,900,000            1,900,000
                 Total Revenue                  2,071,371          1,835,973       1,900,000        1,900,000            1,900,000

Expenditures:
  Engineering and Testing                           319,416            166,331             -                -                    -
  Sewer Construction                              1,315,707            337,817     1,700,000        1,700,000            1,700,000
  Capitalized Expense to Sewer Revenue           (1,635,123)          (504,148)            -                -                    -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                                 -                  -             -          382,198                    -
              Total Expenditures                          -                  -     1,700,000        2,082,198            1,700,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              2,071,371         1,835,973         200,000         (182,198)            200,000

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Transfer to Sewer Revenue Fund                 (1,635,123)          (504,148)              -                -                     -

      Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)        (1,635,123)          (504,148)              -                -                     -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                        436,248         1,331,825         200,000         (182,198)            200,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               1,851,329        1,828,933                -          382,198                    -
  Fund balance                                   8,896,605        9,355,249        9,555,248       12,133,809           12,333,809
                                                10,747,934       11,184,182        9,555,248       12,516,007           12,333,809

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               1,828,933          382,198                -                -                    -
  Fund balance                                   9,355,249       12,133,809        9,755,248       12,333,809           12,533,809
                                              $ 11,184,182       12,516,007        9,755,248       12,333,809           12,533,809




This fund was established to accumulate resources from the Special Sewer Connection Fees charged to new plats outside the City
limits within the Papillion Creek Watershed and existing platted lots as they are developed. These fees are used to finance the
extension and/or relief of existing interceptor sanitary sewers in the Papillion Creek Watershed Basin. In 2001 the plan was updated
and adopted. The plan provided for fee increases to pay for projects, some in installments and some on a cash basis.


At December 31, 2008 the Papillion Creek Fund had an unreserved balance of $12,133,809.




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Omaha Keno/Lottery                                                                     12118             B-10
              Fund                                                                    Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                  P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007         2008         2009             2009             2010
                                            Actual       Actual      Budgeted          Revised         Budgeted
  Total Handle                           $ 63,794,693   61,282,503   57,459,497       54,586,522       54,586,522

Deductions:
  Payout to Players                        46,754,094   44,829,313   42,089,081       39,985,000       39,985,000
  Operators Income                          8,931,257    8,576,981    8,044,330        7,642,113        7,642,113
            Total Deductions               55,685,351   53,406,294   50,133,411       47,627,113       47,627,113

            Lottery Proceeds                8,109,342    7,876,209    7,326,086        6,959,409         6,959,409


Revenues:
 Interest Income                               55,308        7,397            -                -                 -
 Unclaimed Prizes                             223,853      193,766      225,000          180,000           180,000
   Total Lottery Proceeds and Revenues      8,388,503    8,077,372    7,551,086        7,139,409         7,139,409

Less Statutory and Contractual Payments:
  State Tax                                 1,275,894    1,225,850    1,149,190        1,091,730         1,091,730
  Transfer to Douglas County                2,404,559    2,309,879    2,189,555        2,012,635         2,012,635
  Administration Fees (General Fund)          640,185      614,763      574,595          545,865           545,865
        Total Contractual Payments          4,320,638    4,150,492    3,913,340        3,650,230         3,650,230

          Net Lottery Revenue               4,067,865    3,926,880    3,637,746        3,489,179         3,489,179

Expenditures:
 Library                                            -            -            -                -           135,000
 Omaha Zoological Society                   1,550,000    1,550,000    1,550,000        1,550,000         1,550,000
 Humane Society                               640,000      675,000      650,000          700,000           700,000
 Historical and Educational Arts               22,000       19,800            -                -                 -
 Women Against Violence/YWCA                  102,500       70,000       50,000           50,000                 -
 Protective Custody/Catholic Charities         82,500       62,000       62,000           65,000            65,000
 Target Omaha                                 125,000      125,000      125,000          125,000           125,000
 Downtown Celebration Lights                        -       15,000       10,000           15,000            15,000
 Buy.Com Omaha Classic                         25,000       19,500       19,500           19,500                 -
 Healthy Community Partnership                      -            -        5,000            5,000                 -
 Joslyn Art Museum                            150,000      200,000      150,000          150,000                 -
 Omaha Wayfinding Program                      14,869            -            -                -                 -
 Clean-up Omaha                               120,000      120,000      120,000          120,000           120,000
 Domestic Violence                                                                                               -
 Coordinating Council                         20,000       25,000       25,000            25,000                 -
 Lauritzen Gardens                                 -            -      100,000            50,000                 -
 El Museo Latino                                   -            -        2,500             2,500                 -
 Omaha Chamber of Commerce                    19,000        5,000        5,000             5,000                 -
 Convention & Visitors Bureau                250,000      500,000            -                 -                 -
 Neighborhood Grants                          91,339       82,764       80,000            80,000            80,000
 Performing Arts Society-Orpheum             250,000            -            -                 -                 -
 Police Cruisers                             297,920      889,248            -                 -           476,000
 Weed and Seed Program                        33,542       31,906       20,000            20,000            20,000
 Omaha by Design                              50,000       50,000       50,000            50,000            50,000
 Durham Western Heritage Museum              300,000      200,000      200,000           200,000                 -




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                                                                                      B-10
Omaha Keno/Lottery                                                                                  12118          (Concluded)
               Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009              2009              2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted           Revised          Budgeted
Expenditures (Continued):
  Metro Motor Assistance Program                   5,000            5,000             5,000             5,000                 -
  Elkhorn Days                                     5,940                -                 -                 -                 -
  Neighborhood Center                             10,000           10,000            10,000            10,000            10,000
  SCAN Program                                    65,000           65,000            25,000            25,000                 -
  Midtown Neighborhood Alliance                    5,000            2,000                 -                 -                 -
  Common Ground                                        -          120,000                 -                 -                 -
  Creighton National Sports Program               17,500                -                 -                 -                 -
  Omaha Community Playhouse                            -           10,000                 -                 -                 -
  Homeless Day Services                                -          100,000           100,000           100,000           100,000
  US Senior Open                                       -           15,000                 -            10,000                 -
  Victory Boxing Club                                  -            2,750                 -                 -                 -
  Nebraska Shakespeare Festival                        -                -                 -            19,800                 -
  Playing with Fire                                    -                -                 -            15,000                 -
  South Omaha Development                              -                -                 -            19,500                 -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                              -                -                 -            11,262
            Total Expenditures                 4,252,110        4,969,968         3,364,000         3,447,562         3,446,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             (184,245)      (1,043,088)          273,746            41,617             43,179

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                     (184,245)      (1,043,088)          273,746            41,617             43,179

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               13,243           248,073                 -             11,262                 -
  Undesignated                                  826,832           738,282          (271,112)           (67,994)          (15,115)
                                                840,075           986,355          (271,112)           (56,732)          (15,115)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -                   -                -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                  248,073              11,262            2,634           (15,115)           28,064
                                          $     248,073              11,262            2,634           (15,115)           28,064




This fund was created upon receipt of $194,013 from the Douglas County Lucky Rainbow Lottery proceeds. In 1991 the City
entered into two contractual agreements that established keno-type lotteries within the city. Authorization for city lotteries was
granted by the state legislature upon passage of the Nebraska County and City Lottery Act. The above estimates city-wide keno
gross handles of $54.6 million for 2009 and $54.6 million for 2010. As of June 17, 2008 a smoking ban went into effect which has
had a negative impact on the gross handles.

At present the City has one contractual agreement.




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                                            SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Library Fines and Fees                                                                          12115             B-11
                 Fund                                                                          Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007            2008             2009               2009             2010
                                             Actual          Actual         Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Fines & fees                           $     411,491         404,149           411,000           411,000          415,000
                Total Revenue                 411,491         404,149           411,000           411,000          415,000

Expenditures:
 Library                                      490,000         331,126           437,620           437,620          555,120
           Total Expenditures                 490,000         331,126           437,620           437,620          555,120

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (78,509)          73,023         (26,620)          (26,620)         (140,120)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                  -               -                 -                 -                -
  Fund balance                                252,254         173,745           253,745           246,768          220,148
                                              252,254         173,745           253,745           246,768          220,148

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                  -               -                 -                 -                -
  Fund balance                                173,745         246,768           227,125           220,148           80,028
                                        $     173,745         246,768           227,125           220,148           80,028




Ordinance #33788 dated January 9, 1996, with an effective date of January 1, 1996, authorizes the revenue generated through
fees and fines collected by the Library to be recorded and collected into this Special Revenue Fund.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

SID Administrative Fee                                                                              12124             B-12
                 Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009              2009              2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted           Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Administrative Fee                       $     110,123              77,778         110,000             99,000          110,000
              Total Revenue                     110,123              77,778         110,000             99,000          110,000

Expenditures:
 Planning Department                             72,087           126,607           135,303            72,852            72,813
 Public Works Department                        169,089            81,887            82,439            82,439            83,542
           Total Expenditures                   241,176           208,494           217,742           155,291           156,355

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (131,053)         (130,716)         (107,742)           (56,291)          (46,355)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -                 -                 -                 -                  -
  Fund balance                                  377,929           246,876           109,575           116,160             59,869
                                                377,929           246,876           109,575           116,160             59,869

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -                 -                  -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                  246,876           116,160              1,833            59,869            13,514
                                          $     246,876           116,160              1,833            59,869            13,514




City Ordinance # 36247, passed April 29, 2003 authorized the City of Omaha to collect a 1% fee (1% of final construction costs)
from subdivision applications using Sanitary and Improvement District financing. The fee is collected when the final plat
application is approved by the City Engineer. The fee revenue is used to offset costs of City personnel in the Planning and Public
Works Departments.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Douglas County Library Supplement                                                                   12116             B-13
                Fund                                                                               Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Douglas County Library Property Tax      $    1,389,716        1,380,478         1,552,143         1,370,524         1,205,040
             Total Revenue                     1,389,716        1,380,478         1,552,143         1,370,524         1,205,040

Expenditures:
 Public Library                                1,280,401        1,525,346         1,652,143         1,652,143         1,119,986
            Total Expenditures                 1,280,401        1,525,346         1,652,143         1,652,143         1,119,986

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             109,315          (144,868)         (100,000)         (281,619)           85,054

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -                -                 -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                  283,118          392,433           289,604            247,565           (34,054)
                                                283,118          392,433           289,604            247,565           (34,054)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -                -                 -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                  392,433          247,565           189,604            (34,054)           51,000
                                          $     392,433          247,565           189,604            (34,054)           51,000




In 1995 this Special Revenue Fund was created to account for the revenue generated by a property tax levy assessed on Douglas
County residents living in unincorporated areas. The Douglas County board passed this levy for the purpose of providing county-
wide funding for the Omaha Public Library System. Library services are provided to County residents in these areas and until this
action was taken no property tax support from outside the City for the Library System was received.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

State Turnback Revenue                                                                                12193             B-14
                Fund                                                                                 Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                 P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008               2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 State turnback revenue                    $             -         267,193           275,208            283,500           292,005
              Total Revenue                              -         267,193           275,208            283,500           292,005

Expenditures:
  Project Expenditures                                   -         133,500           275,208            417,193           292,005
           Total Expenditures                            -         133,500           275,208            417,193           292,005

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                      -         133,693                   -         (133,693)                  -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -                -                  -                -                   -
  Fund balance                                           -                -                  -          133,693                   -
                                                         -                -                  -          133,693                   -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -               -                   -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                           -         133,693                   -                  -                 -
                                           $             -         133,693                   -                  -                 -



This special revenue fund was created upon adoption of LB 551 by the State Legislature and amended in 2008 by LB 754 and LB
912, and by LB 63 in 2009.

The City receives 70% of the state sales tax collected through the Qwest Center Omaha and the Hilton hotel. The majority of
these funds are used to repay the Qwest Center debt (see Schedule B-21). The remaining 10% of the City's revenue from this
source is to be distributed for tourism-related purposes or to assist with the reduction of street and gang violence in the areas of
the City with high concentrations of poverty. Use of the funds is determined by a three-person committee in the area, including the
City Council Member, County Board Member, and a third member selected by the other two.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Western Heritage/Byron Reed Special Revenue                                                      15112             B-15
                Fund                                                                            Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007           2008              2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual         Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Interest Income                         $     150,641         371,886          119,000             94,215           86,875
               Total Revenue                   150,641         371,886          119,000             94,215           86,875

Expenditures:
  Exhibit Costs                                        -       100,000          100,000            100,000          100,000
           Total Expenditures                          -       100,000          100,000            100,000          100,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            150,641         271,886           19,000             (5,785)          (13,125)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Settlement Proceeds                                  -          28,043                -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)                 -          28,043                -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    150,641         299,929           19,000             (5,785)          (13,125)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  collection endowment                        2,717,918      2,717,918        2,717,918          2,717,918         2,717,918
  Fund balance                                  119,263        269,904          138,263            569,833           564,048
                                              2,837,181      2,987,822        2,856,181          3,287,751         3,281,966

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  collection endowment                        2,717,918      2,717,918        2,717,918          2,717,918         2,717,918
  Fund balance                                  269,904        569,833          157,263            564,048           550,923
                                         $    2,987,822      3,287,751        2,875,181          3,281,966         3,268,841




This fund was established in accordance with City Ordinance #33472 passed January 31, 1995 whereby the City agreed to
contribute monies toward the renovation and construction at the Western Heritage Museum. These funds were realized from the
sale of a portion of the Byron Reed coin and manuscript collection held in October, 1996. Ordinance # 34792, passed December
22, 1998 amended the original Redevelopment Agreement creating a separate "Endowment" and "Expenditure" account which
provides funding for the care, professional consultation, display, preservation and enhancement of the coin collection.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Community Park Development                                                                           12135             B-16
               Fund                                                                                 Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008                2009              2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual            Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Park Development Fees                    $     117,552                  10         110,000                    -         10,000
             Total Revenue                      117,552                  10         110,000                    -         10,000

Expenditures:
  Land Acquisition                               36,998             4,383                 -                  -                -
  Principal Repayment                            88,179            90,844            93,590             93,590           96,418
  Interest Expense                               21,953            18,400            14,738             14,738           10,966
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                 -                 -             21,839                -
            Total Expenditures                  147,130           113,627           108,328            130,167          107,384

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              (29,578)        (113,617)            1,672           (130,167)          (97,384)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -                -                  -            21,839                 -
  Fund balance                                (2,844,939)      (2,874,517)        (2,888,599)       (3,009,973)       (3,118,301)
                                              (2,844,939)      (2,874,517)        (2,888,599)       (2,988,134)       (3,118,301)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                   -             21,839                  -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                              (2,874,517)        (3,009,973)        (2,886,927)       (3,118,301)       (3,215,685)
                                          $ (2,874,517)        (2,988,134)        (2,886,927)       (3,118,301)       (3,215,685)




This special revenue fund was established to provide a funding source for future park and trail development in newly developed
neighborhoods. Land and new housing developers are charged a fee to be used to purchase and develop land for park purposes.
Fees are charged for the entire development area on a per acre basis as follows:

  Commercial/Industrial-Community Parks                     $897/acre         Residential -Community Parks             $411/acre

Community park fees will be collected when the SID debt ratio is less than 10%.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Convention and Tourism                                                                             21109             B-17
                Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007            2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual          Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Hotel Revenue                            $    2,208,846       2,502,764         2,268,485         2,268,485         2,378,485
 Hotel/Motel Tax Revenue                               -         286,005           600,000           514,809           675,000
 Marketing Revenues                               57,783          46,701                 -                 -                 -
 Misc. Revenue                                         -          14,871                 -                 -                 -
 Co-Op Revenue                                         -               -            19,950            19,950            19,950
 Retail Revenue                                        -               -                 -            30,000            50,000
    Total Revenue                              2,266,629       2,850,341         2,888,435         2,833,244         3,123,435

Expenditures:
  Convention and Tourism                       2,044,227       2,585,864         2,920,901         2,852,516         2,935,881
  Prior year Encumbrances                              -               -                 -            56,450                 -
           Total Expenditures                  2,044,227       2,585,864         2,920,901         2,908,966         2,935,881

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             222,402          264,477           (32,466)          (75,722)          187,554

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                1,363          119,378            56,450            56,450                 -
  Fund balance                                  750,744          855,131         1,182,536         1,182,536         1,163,264
                                                752,107          974,509         1,238,986         1,238,986         1,163,264

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              119,378           56,450                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                  855,131        1,182,536         1,206,520         1,163,264         1,350,818
                                          $     974,509        1,238,986         1,206,520         1,163,264         1,350,818




The fund accounts for the operations of the Greater Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau. The Bureau was formerly a function
of Douglas County government. Since April 1, 2002, the Bureau is directed by the City of Omaha. The fund is self-supporting with
revenues primarily from hotel/motel tax levied by the State for Douglas County. Effective August 1, 2008, the City levied a 1/2%
hotel/motel tax to support operations of the Bureau.




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                                        SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Storm Water Fee Revenue                                                                    12128            B-18
               Fund                                                                       Fund No.       Schedule No.

                                                                                        P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007          2008            2009             2009            2010
                                             Actual        Actual        Budgeted          Revised        Budgeted
Revenues:
 Fee Revenue                             $    721,723      710,508         735,000          720,000           1,046,760
            Total Revenue                     721,723      710,508         735,000          720,000           1,046,760

Expenditures:
  Public Works-Flood Control                  755,851      705,928       1,000,069          935,236             946,770
  Public Works-Sewer Maintenance                    -      100,000         100,000          100,000              99,531
  Prior Year Encumbrances                           -            -               -           18,547                   -
           Total Expenditures                 755,851      805,928       1,100,069        1,053,783           1,046,301

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (34,128)     (95,420)      (365,069)        (333,783)                459

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Transfer to Stormwater Management
  Plan Program Grant                          (653,293)             -               -                -                  -
  Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)         (653,293)             -               -                -                  -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                   (687,421)     (95,420)      (365,069)        (333,783)                459

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               6,462       5,868               -           18,547                   -
  Fund balance                               1,195,074     508,247       1,532,703          400,148              84,912
                                             1,201,536     514,115       1,532,703          418,695              84,912

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              5,868       18,547               -                -                   -
  Fund balance                                508,247      400,148       1,167,634           84,912              85,371
                                         $    514,115      418,695       1,167,634           84,912              85,371




This special revenue fund was established to account for revenues collected from a fee charged to all retail Metropolitan
Utilities District customers. The funds are used to implement administrative requirements of the NPDES Stormwater Permit
issued in 2005. This function is mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency of the Federal Government. These
fees were initiated in 2004 upon passage by the City Council in 2003.




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Household Hazardous Waste Facility (HHWF)                                                               21129             B-19
               Fund                                                                                    Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                   P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                 2007              2008               2009               2009              2010
                                                 Actual            Actual           Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Tip Fee & Rebates                          $             -            44,783                  -                  -          132,000
 Nebraska Department of
  Environmental Quality Grant                     277,000                 -            277,000            277,000            277,000
 Other Grants                                     155,051            93,550            155,000            155,000                  -
              Total Revenue                       432,051           138,333            432,000            432,000            409,000

Expenditures:
 HHWF Operations                                  338,720           385,412            381,285            333,999            371,006
 HHWF Capital                                      45,138            75,553             34,972             56,195             29,051
 Prior Year Encumbrances                                -                 -                  -              1,442                  -
           Total Expenditures                     383,858           460,965            416,257            391,636            400,057

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                48,193           (322,632)            15,743            40,364               8,943

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                124,354             1,442                  -              1,442                  -
  Fund balance                                    253,852           424,957            435,423            102,325            144,131
                                                  378,206           426,399            435,423            103,767            144,131

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                  1,442             1,442                  -                  -                  -
  Fund balance                                    424,957           102,325            451,166            144,131            153,074
                                            $     426,399           103,767            451,166            144,131            153,074




In August of 2001, an Interlocal Agreement between Omaha, Douglas and Sarpy counties was executed to establish a regional
collection center for household hazardous waste. Under the terms of the Agreement, Omaha is responsible for providing the site
for construction of the facility, for submitting grant applications to fund construction and operation, and for operating the facility.
Douglas and Sarpy counties are responsible for supplementing grant funds as needed to cover the operating costs. This facility
opened in the spring of 2005.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Pedestrian Trail Bridge - Joint Use Omaha / Council Bluffs                                           13419             B-20
                  Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008              2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Intergovernmental Revenues                $             -                -                 -          150,000           200,000

                Total Revenue                            -                -                 -          150,000           200,000

Expenditures:
 Personnel Costs                                         -               -                  -            1,500            15,000
 Professional Fees                                       -             414                  -           85,000           135,000
 Equipment                                               -               -                  -           49,586            50,000
 Prior Year Encumbrances                                 -               -                  -                -                 -
           Total Expenditures                            -             414                  -          136,086           200,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                      -            (414)                 -           13,914                   -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -                -                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                           -                -                 -              (414)           13,500
                                                         -                -                 -              (414)           13,500

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                       -               -                  -                -                  -
  Fund balance                                           -            (414)                 -           13,500             13,500
                                           $             -            (414)                 -           13,500             13,500




This fund was created to carry out the operation and maintenance requirements for the Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge as set
forth in ordinance 35356 Section IV paragraph B Operation and Maintenance Funding; adopted October 10, 2000.

This agreement requires the cities of Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa to each contribute by March 1st of each year
$100,000 to the fund. The annual appropriation amount may be adjusted as necessary to provide amounts necessary to maintain
the trail crossing bridge in good working order, in a safe condition suitable for pedestrian use, and in accordance with applicable
state, local and federal standards for bridges.

Funds may be used for inspection, operation and maintenance of the bridge.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Debt Service                                                                                           14111              B-21
                  Fund                                                                                Fund No.         Schedule No.

                                                                                                  P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007              2008               2009               2009               2010
                                                Actual            Actual           Budgeted            Revised           Budgeted
Revenues:
 Property taxes                             $ 39,788,261         44,611,292        46,707,716         46,707,716         51,448,253
 Interest income                                 111,542            252,096           100,000            100,000            150,000
 Special assessments                             638,986            696,755           870,700            870,700            600,000
 Assets from annexed areas                    13,828,130          9,871,383                 -                  -                  -
 State turn back revenue                         799,636          2,404,735         2,476,877          2,476,877          2,451,470
 Surface parking                               1,243,110          1,328,971         1,243,110          1,243,110          1,328,971
 Seat tax                                        427,038            544,927           427,038            427,038            544,927
               Total Revenue                  56,836,703         59,710,159        51,825,441         51,825,441         56,523,621

Expenditures:
  Agency and other accounts                      425,334            446,385           496,432            476,827            475,071
  Principal payment                           37,631,606         33,751,890        30,743,269         30,443,269         29,214,194
  Interest                                    24,375,041         25,519,033        26,061,031         25,536,379         25,702,425
  Annexed area liabilities                     1,570,831            877,822                 -             50,000                  -
  Professional fees and other expense            277,898          1,193,922           100,000            500,000            250,000
            Total Expenditures                64,280,710         61,789,052        57,400,732         57,006,475         55,641,690

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (7,444,007)       (2,078,893)        (5,575,291)        (5,181,034)          881,931

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from sale of bonds                 27,397,421         83,628,251                   -                  -                  -
  Payment for defeasance of bonds            (15,350,195)       (79,064,654)                  -                  -                  -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)        12,047,226          4,563,597                   -                  -                  -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    4,603,219          2,484,704         (5,575,291)        (5,181,034)          881,931

Fund balance, beginning of year
 Reserve for Called Bonds                              -                  -                 -                  -                  -
  Fund balance                                11,888,321         16,491,540        10,453,716         18,976,244         13,795,210
                                              11,888,321         16,491,540        10,453,716         18,976,244         13,795,210

Fund balance, end of year
 Reserve for Called Bonds                              -                  -                  -                 -                  -
  Fund balance                                16,491,540         18,976,244          4,878,425        13,795,210         14,677,141
                                            $ 16,491,540         18,976,244          4,878,425        13,795,210         14,677,141


This fund was created by the City Charter and is sustained by a separate debt service fund property tax levy. Its purpose is to
accumulate resources for servicing the general obligation bonded debt of the City. The levy provides the revenues for retirement
of bonds and interest payments on general obligation bonds issued by the City and assumed by the City in connection with
annexations. The actual and projected property tax revenues above are derived from a levy of 17.581 cents per one hundred
dollars in 2007, 2008, 2009 , and 19.281 cents in 2010.

In 2000, to help fund the $198 million issue for the Convention Center, several additional revenue sources were identified. The
additional revenue sources include Seat Tax, Parking Revenue, and State Turnback Revenue. These revenues along with the
property tax levy are required in order to maintain at least a two million dollar cash balance throughout the life of currently issued
and projected future bond issues.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Redevelopment Debt Service                                                                        14112             B-22
               Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                             P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007            2008              2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual          Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Property tax revenue                    $    1,987,825       2,266,497        2,375,073          2,375,073         4,253,333
 Tax allocation revenue                       3,926,399       2,270,964        2,110,000          2,110,000         2,020,964
 State cigarette tax                          1,500,000       1,500,000        1,500,000          1,500,000         1,500,000
 Natural Resources District
  Miller Park contribution                     200,000                 -                 -                  -                -
 Douglas County
  Miller Park contribution                      141,176         141,176          141,176            141,176           141,176
 Rolling River                                  111,575               -           52,925             52,925            55,725
 Naming rights Convention Center                825,000         825,000          825,000            825,000           825,000
 Land sales                                     224,260          77,500                -                  -                 -
 Refunding Bonds/Other Income                         -      40,535,816                -                  -                 -
               Total Revenue                  8,916,235      47,616,953        7,004,174          7,004,174         8,796,198

Expenditures:
  Agency and other accounts                      20,842          56,122           23,750             23,041            23,700
  Principal payment                           4,315,527       2,119,182        2,332,837          3,172,837         3,566,492
  Interest                                    5,094,062       5,394,001        5,466,159          5,751,468         5,830,783
  Professional fees                             168,275       6,330,886           25,000             25,000            25,000
  Defeased Bonds                                      -      33,830,000                -                  -                 -
            Total Expenditures                9,598,706      47,730,191        7,847,746          8,972,346         9,445,975

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (682,471)       (113,238)        (843,572)         (1,968,172)        (649,777)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -               -                -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                7,789,999       7,107,528        7,265,910          6,994,290         5,026,118
                                              7,789,999       7,107,528        7,265,910          6,994,290         5,026,118

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -               -                -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                7,107,528       6,994,290        6,422,338          5,026,118         4,376,341
                                         $    7,107,528       6,994,290        6,422,338          5,026,118         4,376,341

This levy is used to pay bond and interest payments on Redevelopment Bonds. The levy for 2007, 2007, 2009 was .894 cents per
$100 of taxable valuation, and is 1.594 cents in 2010. This Redevelopment Debt Service Fund services the following issuances:

                  Name                                     Date of Issue                        Date Retired
  Downtown Redevelopment                                       1999                                2019
  2002 Redevelopment & Special Obligation                      2002                                2032
  Performing Arts Redevelopment                                2004                                2024
  Special Tax Revenue Redevelopment                            2007                                2027
  Special Tax & Tax Allocation Redevelopment A & B             2007                                2016
  2008 Redevelopment & Special Obligation                      2008                                2028

The 2002 Redevelopment and the 2002 Special Obligation Bonds are serviced by a variety of revenue sources including Property
Tax Revenue, Tax Allocation Revenue, State Cigarette Tax, NRD Miller Park Contribution, Douglas County Miller Park
Contribution and Land Sales.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2000 Street and Highway Bond                                                                   13175             B-23
                Fund                                                                         Fund Nos.        Schedule No.

                                                                                          P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007          2008             2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual        Actual         Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Contribution Revenue                    $    1,011,276      364,786                  -                  -                -
              Total Revenue                   1,011,276      364,786                  -                  -                -

Expenditures:
 Construction                                  848,282        58,595                  -          305,876                  -
 Engineering and testing                        33,586        43,366                  -                -                  -
           Total Expenditures                  881,868       101,961                  -          305,876                  -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            129,408       262,825                  -         (305,876)                 -

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Transfer from/(to) Fund 13182 2006
  Street and Highway Bond                      270,327               -                -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)         270,327               -                -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    399,735       262,825                  -         (305,876)                 -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               42,735         21,328                -                -                  -
  Fund balance                                 (399,419)        21,723                -          305,876                  -
                                               (356,684)        43,051                -          305,876                  -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              21,328             -                  -                  -                -
  Fund balance                                  21,723       305,876                  -                  -                -
                                         $      43,051       305,876                  -                  -                -




This bond fund was established upon voter authorization for issuance of $36,000,000 of General Obligation Bonds at the
November, 2000 General Election. Proceeds from the sale of these bonds were expended for the cost of construction and
improvements of streets, expressways, freeways and various bridge improvements throughout the City. The last of the bonds
were issued in 2005.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2006 Street and Highway Bond                                                                     13182             B-24
                Fund                                                                            Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007           2008              2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual         Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Contribution Revenue                    $    8,111,668      4,085,353                  -        9,913,000         9,699,000
              Total Revenue                   8,111,668      4,085,353                  -        9,913,000         9,699,000

Expenditures:
  Construction                               13,945,249     10,089,528       10,214,000         12,278,907       10,647,000
  Engineering and testing                     1,440,587        962,774        1,200,000          1,200,000        1,200,000
  ROW and Land                                  868,217        626,142          500,000            500,000          500,000
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -              -                -          2,591,596                -
           Total Expenditures                16,254,053     11,678,444       11,914,000         16,570,503       12,347,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                          (8,142,385)    (7,593,091)     (11,914,000)        (6,657,503)       (2,648,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from bond sales                   10,000,000      6,100,000        8,267,000          8,267,000         7,285,000
 Transfer from Sewer Revenue                    200,000              -                -                  -                 -
 Transfer to 2000 Street and
   Highway Bond                                (270,327)             -                -                  -                 -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)        9,929,673      6,100,000        8,267,000          8,267,000         7,285,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                   1,787,288     (1,493,091)       (3,647,000)        1,609,497         4,637,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years            2,133,050      1,958,974                -          2,591,596                 -
  Fund balance                               (2,833,744)      (872,380)       3,648,000         (2,998,093)        1,203,000
                                               (700,694)     1,086,594        3,648,000           (406,497)        1,203,000

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years            1,958,974      2,591,596                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                 (872,380)    (2,998,093)            1,000         1,203,000         5,840,000
                                         $    1,086,594       (406,497)            1,000         1,203,000         5,840,000


This bond fund was established upon voter authorization for issuance of $58,066,000 of General Obligation Bonds in the May
2006 Primary Election. Proceeds from the sale of these bonds are being expended for the cost of construction and improvement
of streets, expressways, freeways and various bridge improvements throughout the City.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2006 Sewer Bond                                                                                   13122             B-25
               Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                             P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007            2008              2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual          Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Project Reimbursement                   $             -           43,089                -          800,000                  -
             Total Revenue                             -           43,089                -          800,000                  -

Expenditures:
 Construction                                  501,367        1,232,972         1,135,000         1,135,000          806,000
 Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                -                 -           990,671                -
           Total Expenditures                  501,367        1,232,972         1,135,000         2,125,671          806,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (501,367)     (1,189,883)       (1,135,000)       (1,325,671)         (806,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from bond sales                    1,000,000         400,000          965,000            965,000         1,785,000
  Transfer from 2000 Sewer Bond                 381,688               -                -                  -                 -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)        1,381,688         400,000          965,000            965,000         1,785,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    880,321         (789,883)         (170,000)         (360,671)         979,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              258,242               -                -            990,671                 -
  Fund balance                                 (263,544)        875,019          871,019           (905,535)         (275,535)
                                                 (5,302)        875,019          871,019             85,136          (275,535)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                   -          990,671                -                  -                -
  Fund balance                                 875,019         (905,535)         701,019           (275,535)         703,465
                                         $     875,019           85,136          701,019           (275,535)         703,465




This bond fund was established upon voter authorization for issuance of $4,150,000 of General Obligation Bonds in the May 2006
Primary Election. Proceeds from the sale of these bonds are being expended for the cost of construction and improvement of
storm, sanitary and interceptor sewers throughout the City.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2000 Park and Recreation Bond                                                                     13352 - 13353        B-26
               Fund                                                                                 Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008              2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Contribution Revenues                     $     674,439          194,051                   -          100,000                   -
              Total Revenue                      674,439          194,051                   -          100,000                   -

Expenditures:
 Construction                                   1,806,013         935,831                   -                -                   -
 Prior Year Encumbrances                                -               -                   -           82,412                   -
           Total Expenditures                   1,806,013         935,831                   -           82,412                   -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            (1,131,574)        (741,780)                 -           17,588                   -

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Transfer to Fund No. 21111                             -        (150,000)                 -                  -                 -
  Transfer from Fund No. 13434                           -               -                  -                  -                 -
  Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)                   -        (150,000)                 -                  -                 -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing Sources (Uses)                    (1,131,574)        (891,780)                 -           17,588                   -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                886,492         886,492                   -          248,522                   -
  Fund balance                                  1,119,274         (12,300)                  -         (266,110)                  -
                                                2,005,766         874,192                   -          (17,588)                  -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               886,492           248,522                  -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                   (12,300)         (266,110)                 -                  -                 -
                                           $     874,192           (17,588)                 -                  -                 -




This bond fund was established upon voter authorization for issuance of $10,500,000 of General Obligation Bonds at the
November, 2000 General Election. Proceeds from these sale of the bonds will be expended for the cost of construction and
rehabilitation of recreation and culture facilities and development and redevelopment of parks throughout the City. The first issue
of bonds was in 2003 and the last in 2005.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2006 Park and Recreation Bond                                                                 13354             B-27
               Fund                                                                          Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                         P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007         2008            2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual       Actual        Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Contribution Revenue                     $     940,612       832,516        30,000           1,091,000           80,000
              Total Revenue                     940,612       832,516        30,000           1,091,000           80,000

Expenditures:
  Ford Birthplace Rehabilitation                      -        49,056                -          235,000                -
  Gene Leahy Mall Rehabilitation                      -        33,966                -           63,000                -
  Morton Park                                    64,350             -                -                -                -
  Cottonwood Heights Park                        44,863       204,502                -                -                -
  Levi Carter Park                                    -             -                -                -          600,000
  Woodhaven Park                                      -        79,760                -                -                -
  Memorial Park Playground                      118,959           959                -                -                -
  Park East Park                                 53,792             -                -                -                -
  Benson Ice Arena Rehabilitation                     -        63,535                -           16,000                -
  Hummel Park Renovation                          6,115        13,077                -          220,000                -
  Hummel Day Camp Building
     Renovation                                       -             -        550,000            550,000          450,000
  Keystone Trail East Connector                  43,452       109,480              -                  -          200,000
  Cunningham Lake Rehabilitation                  2,978       135,609              -             34,000                -
  Montclair Park                                 43,321         5,850              -                  -                -
  Mockingbird Hills Park                        115,781             -              -                  -                -
  Lynch Park Rehabilitation                           -             -              -            190,000                -
  Zorinsky Lake Rehabilitation                   49,436             -              -                  -                -
  Zorinsky Lake Aquatic Center                        -       265,764      3,220,000          3,700,000                -
  Oak Heights Park                              102,836             -              -                  -                -
  Skyline Drive Trail                           272,081        22,423              -                  -                -
  Standing Bear Lake Rehabilitation                   -             -        100,000            100,000                -
  Timber Creek Park                              60,134             -              -                  -                -
  Cottonwood Park                                70,220             -              -                  -                -
  Dam Site 13                                       780       228,871              -              7,000                -
  Saddlebrook Community Center                        -     1,000,000        930,000            930,000                -
  Camelot Community Center                            -        14,806              -                  -                -
  Green Street Master Plan                       19,447         1,500         15,000             27,000           15,000
  Neighborhood Park Renovations                  45,143        89,020        100,000            566,000          100,000
  Adaptive Sports Complex                             -             -              -             23,000                -
  Linear Trail Corridors                         31,638       155,604        100,000            205,000          100,000
  Boulevard Trails                               72,277        21,178              -                  -                -
  Kiwanis Park Rehabilitation                    43,921             -              -                  -                -
  Outdoor Facilities Construction/Rehab          18,659        30,012         50,000             50,000          150,000
  Parks, Roads, Parking Lots, Trails             40,635        84,673        205,000            422,000          300,000
  Skateboard Park                                17,014        93,149              -             36,000                -
  Soccer Field Improvements                      15,156       122,997              -             36,000          110,000
  Swimming Pool Rehabilitation                   78,599        91,566        125,000            143,000          125,000
  Tennis Improvement                             72,766        11,761              -             17,000          100,000
  Tree Planting                                       -        53,289              -             25,000           50,000
  Youth Baseball/Softball Facilities             30,430        22,819        100,000            107,000          100,000
  Parks & Recreation Major
    Building Rehabilitation                      114,642      802,410        300,000            393,000           400,000
  Cunningham Environmental                       250,000            -              -                  -                 -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                              -            -              -          1,369,388                 -
           Total Expenditures                  1,899,425    3,807,636      5,795,000          9,464,388         2,800,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             (958,813)   (2,975,120)   (5,765,000)        (8,373,388)       (2,720,000)


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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                                                                                      B-27
2006 Park and Recreation Bond                                                                       13354          (Concluded)
               Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Proceeds from bond sales                      2,000,000        3,600,000         5,380,000         5,380,000         4,365,000
 Transfer to Fund No. 13435                     (230,114)               -                 -                 -                 -
  Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)         1,769,886        3,600,000         5,380,000         5,380,000         4,365,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                     811,073          624,880           (385,000)       (2,993,388)        1,645,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               157,512         353,913                 -          1,369,388                 -
  Fund balance                                  (229,493)        385,179           433,239             (5,416)       (1,629,416)
                                                 (71,981)        739,092           433,239          1,363,972        (1,629,416)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              353,913         1,369,388           433,239                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                  385,179            (5,416)         (385,000)       (1,629,416)           15,584
                                          $     739,092         1,363,972            48,239        (1,629,416)           15,584




This bond fund was established upon voter authorization for issuance of $16,930,000 of General Obligation Bonds in May 2006.
Proceeds from the sale are being expended for the construction and rehabilitation of recreational and cultural facilities and the
development and redevelopment of parks throughout the City.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2006 Public Safety Bond                                                                              13297             B-28
                 Fund                                                                               Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
                                          $             -                 -                 -                  -                -
                Total Revenue                           -                 -                 -                  -                -

Expenditures:
  Fire Station #1                                      -            9,670                 -                  -                -
  Fire Station #53                                     -                -                 -            578,000          115,000
  Pumper apparatus                             1,257,251        1,084,893         1,146,000          1,146,100                -
  Emergency Vehicle Preemption
    System                                             -           90,277           100,000             99,900          100,000
  Police Helicopters & Equipment                       -        2,680,355           350,000                  -                -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                              -                -                 -                  -                -
            Total Expenditures                 1,257,251        3,865,195         1,596,000          1,824,000          215,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                           (1,257,251)      (3,865,195)       (1,596,000)        (1,824,000)         (215,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Proceeds from bond sales                      2,000,000          900,000         1,340,000          1,380,500          365,000
 Proceeds from General Fund
    lease-purchase bonds                               -        3,021,000           350,000                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)         2,000,000        3,921,000         1,690,000          1,380,500          365,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                     742,749              55,805          94,000           (443,500)         150,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years             1,260,557        3,873,110                  -            40,645                -
  Fund balance                                  (760,557)      (2,630,361)           (82,361)        1,257,910          855,055
                                                 500,000        1,242,749            (82,361)        1,298,555          855,055

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years           3,873,110             40,645                 -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                              (2,630,361)         1,257,910            11,639            855,055         1,005,055
                                          $ 1,242,749           1,298,555            11,639            855,055         1,005,055

At the May 2006 Primary Election, the voters authorized the issuance of $7,260,000 of General Obligation Bonds. Proceeds from
the sale of these bonds will be used for the various Public Safety capital expenditures including the purchase of aerials, pumpers
and emergency vehicle preemption system equipment.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

1998 Public Facility Bond/Public Safety Training Center Bond                                   13295             B-29
                 Fund                                                                         Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                         P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007             2008            2009            2009               2010
                                              Actual           Actual        Budgeted         Revised           Budgeted
Revenues:
 Water Main Reimbursement                $             -                -            -             14,691              -
             Total Revenue                             -                -            -             14,691              -

Expenditures:
 Construction                                 5,584,240        3,806,851             -                -                -
 Prior Year Encumbrances                            -                -               -          1,071,191              -
           Total Expenditures                 5,584,240        3,806,851             -          1,071,191              -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                          (5,584,240)       (3,806,851)           -         (1,056,500)             -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years            8,377,018        4,613,003             -          1,071,191              -
  Fund balance                                2,070,573          250,348             -            (14,691)             -
                                             10,447,591        4,863,351             -          1,056,500              -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years            4,613,003        1,071,191             -                -                -
  Fund balance                                  250,348          (14,691)            -                -                -
                                         $    4,863,351        1,056,500             -                -                -




In November 1998, the voters authorized the issuance of $20,000,000 of General Obligation Bonds to construct a Public Safety
Training Facility. The first issue was in 2000 and the final issue was in 2005.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

1998 Public Facility Bond                                                                            13241             B-30
                 Fund                                                                               Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
                                          $             -                 -                 -                  -                -
                Total Revenue                           -                 -                 -                  -                -

Expenditures:
  City-Wide Renovations                          25,965              1,243                  -                  -                -
  Police Headquarters Improvements               19,332                  -                  -                  -                -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                  -                  -                  -                -
                                                 45,297              1,243                  -                  -                -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              (45,297)            (1,243)                -                  -                -

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from bond sales                              -                 -                 -                  -                -
 Transfer from Fund 13244
   2006 Public Facilities Bond                   30,679                   -                 -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)           30,679                   -                 -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                      (14,618)            (1,243)                -                  -                -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                49,107             1,243                  -                  -                -
  Fund balance                                   (33,246)                -                  -                  -                -
                                                  15,861             1,243                  -                  -                -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                 1,243                  -                 -                  -                -
  Fund balance                                         -                  -                 -                  -                -
                                          $        1,243                  -                 -                  -                -




In November, 1998, the voters authorized the issuance of $10,400,000 of General Obligation Bonds to provide funds for the
replacement and relocation of unserviceable public buildings. The first bonds were issued in 2001 and the final issue was in
2005.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

2006 Public Facility Bond                                                                    13244             B-31
                 Fund                                                                       Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                        P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007         2008            2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual       Actual        Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
                                         $             -            -               -                  -                -
               Total Revenue                           -            -               -                  -                -

Expenditures:
 Neighborhood Library Renovations               91,983              -               -                  -                -
 Auditorium Improvements
  - Infrastructure                                   -        16,434        50,000              50,000           50,000
 Ricks Boatyard ADA                             16,861             -             -                   -                -
 Fire - Major Building Rehabilitation           48,241       269,493             -              39,000          207,000
 Fire - Headquarters Renovation                837,449       693,416             -                   -                -
 Fire Station #53 Relocation                         -        11,095       300,000             812,000          345,000
 Fire - Various                                215,256        39,453             -                   -                -
 Police Master Plan Study                      299,898        52,848             -              50,000                -
 Police Security Systems Upgrade                     -             -        50,000             100,000                -
 Police - Traffic/Emergency Response
  Unit/Bomb Facility Renovation                170,607        26,802                -           23,000                  -
 Police - NW Precinct additional
  parking                                        5,922       168,080             -                   -                  -
 Police - Detention Area Renovation                  -             -       215,000             413,000                  -
 Police - Various                              182,382        69,517             -                   -                  -
 Salt Storage Shed
  - 22nd & Washington                          526,198            997               -                  -                -

 Equipment Storage Building - 50th & G                -            -       350,000             350,000                -
 City Wide Renovations - ADA                          -      206,044       200,000           1,199,000          200,000
 City Wide Renovations - Variety                      -            -       450,000           1,375,000          450,000
 Qwest Center Capital Improvements            1,500,000    1,815,000             -                   -                -
 Rosenblatt Stadium                             292,603            -             -                   -                -
 Elkhorn Maintenance Facility
 - Salt Shed                                           -            -               -                  -        325,000
 Karen Park Maintenance Facility
 Remodel                                              -      161,214              -                  -                 -
 Southeast Maintenance Facility                       -            -              -              7,000                 -
 City Wide Library Renovation                         -      162,550              -                  -                 -
 Public Facilities Study                              -            -              -                  -           250,000
 Prior Year Encumbrances                              -            -              -            428,942                 -
           Total Expenditures                 4,187,400    3,692,943      1,615,000          4,846,942         1,827,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                          (4,187,400)   (3,692,943)   (1,615,000)        (4,846,942)       (1,827,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from bond sales                    4,800,000    3,200,000      1,740,000          1,740,000         2,600,000
  Transfer to Fund 13241
   1998 Public Facility Bond                    (30,680)            -               -                  -                -
  Transfer to Fund 13242
   1998 Public Facility Bond                    (33,286)           -              -                  -                 -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)        4,736,034    3,200,000      1,740,000          1,740,000         2,600,000




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                                           SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                                                                                B-31
2006 Public Facility Bond                                                                     13244          (Concluded)
                 Fund                                                                        Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                         P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                            2007            2008             2009              2009             2010
                                            Actual          Actual         Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                  548,634         (492,943)        125,000        (3,106,942)         773,000

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years          1,455,902       1,086,747                -          428,942                 -
  Fund balance                                821,929       1,739,718            6,718        1,904,580          (773,420)
                                            2,277,831       2,826,465            6,718        2,333,522          (773,420)

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years          1,086,747         428,942               -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                              1,739,718       1,904,580         131,718          (773,420)             (420)
                                       $    2,826,465       2,333,522         131,718          (773,420)             (420)




At the May 2006 Primary Election, the voters authorized the issuance of $16,540,000 of General Obligation Bonds. Proceeds
from the sale of these bonds will be used for the replacement and rehabilitation of public buildings.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Capital Improvements                                                                          13112             B-32
                Fund                                                                         Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                         P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007         2008            2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual       Actual        Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
  Contribution Revenue                    $    4,294,146    3,210,884                -        5,028,893                  -
               Total Revenue                   4,294,146    3,210,884                -        5,028,893                  -

Expenditures:
 City E-mail System                             321,446       118,449                -          172,893                  -
 Civic Auditorium Improvement Study             222,505             -                -                -                  -
 Aksarben Development                                 -        25,424                -        2,120,206                  -
 Wintergreen Apartments                               -        48,228                -           27,272                  -
 Police Records System                                -         4,167                -                -                  -
 Irvington Road Improvements                          -             -                -           10,000                  -
 Public Works Street Project
   - 120 & I Streets                            977,180       384,686                -                  -                -
 Public Works Street Project
   - Q Street                                  1,286,678      165,142                -          403,575                  -
 Public Works Street Project
   - L Street                                           -   4,117,781                -                  -                -
 Public Works Street Project
   - Center Street                                      -     374,204                -                  -                -
 Public Works Street Project
   - I Street                                          -      933,159              -                  -                  -
 Fire Station 31 Relocation                            -            -      1,750,000                  -                  -
 Prior Year Encumbrances                               -            -              -          1,671,195                  -
              Total Expenditures               2,807,809    6,171,240      1,750,000          4,405,141                  -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            1,486,337    (2,960,356)    (1,750,000)          623,752                  -

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Premium on Bond Sale                           85,010              -             -                    -                -
  Proceeds from Sale of Bonds                   574,399              -     1,750,000                    -                -
  Transfer to Back to the River Project         (50,000)             -             -                    -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)          609,409              -     1,750,000                    -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    2,095,746    (2,960,356)              -          623,752                  -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years             2,205,450      609,893                -        1,671,195                  -
  Fund balance                                (1,964,592)   1,726,711                -       (2,294,947)                 -
                                                 240,858    2,336,604                -         (623,752)                 -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               609,893     1,671,195               -                  -                -
  Fund balance                                 1,726,711    (2,294,947)              -                  -                -
                                          $    2,336,604      (623,752)              -                  -                -




This capital project fund was created in 1981 and is supplemented by General Fund appropriations and grants for capital
improvements. The current and projected expenditures of these funds are outlined above.


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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Advance Acquisition                                                                                13111             B-33
                Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007            2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual          Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Sale of real estate                      $           -          344,200                  -                  -                -
 Contribution                                   250,973              -                    -                  -                -
                Total Revenue                   250,973          344,200                  -                  -                -

Expenditures:
 Professional services                            9,226             33,500               -                 -                  -
 Land                                           190,000                  -         510,000         1,910,000                  -
 Reimbursements                                       -                                  -                 -                  -
           Total Expenditures                   199,226             33,500         510,000         1,910,000                  -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              51,747          310,700          (510,000)       (1,910,000)                 -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -               -                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                 1,827,494       1,879,241         2,000,445         2,189,941           279,941
                                               1,827,494       1,879,241         2,000,445         2,189,941           279,941

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -               -                 -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                 1,879,241       2,189,941         1,490,445           279,941           279,941
                                          $    1,879,241       2,189,941         1,490,445           279,941           279,941




The Advance Acquisition Fund was established by Section 5.20 of the Home Rule Charter. The net proceeds from the sale or
exchange of real property not needed for public purposes is to be credited to this fund. Section 5.03 permits usage of available
funds to facilitate the orderly and timely acquisition of real estate for public purposes as proposed in the master plan.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Downtown Stadium                                                                                  13418             B-34
               Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                             P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007             2008              2009              2009             2010
                                              Actual           Actual          Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
  Contribution Revenue                   $             -                -       4,500,000         5,800,000         3,000,000
              Total Revenue                            -                -       4,500,000         5,800,000         3,000,000

Expenditures:
   Stadium Construction                                -      2,820,033        24,367,131        24,367,131        41,918,490
   Professional Fees - Other                           -      3,339,384           577,600           577,600           821,200
   Land                                                -      4,473,741                 -                 -                 -
   Bond Issuance Costs                                 -              -                 -           590,334                 -
   Interest Expense                                    -              -                 -                 -           224,419
   Prior Year Encumbrance                              -              -                 -           930,509                 -
            Total Expenditures                         -     10,633,158        24,944,731        26,465,574        42,964,109

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                    -     (10,633,158)     (20,444,731)      (20,665,574)      (39,964,109)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Proceeds from Bond Sale                               -                -      94,840,000        65,000,000        29,371,265
 Proceeds from Bond Premium                            -                -               -         1,283,666                 -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)                 -                -      94,840,000        66,283,666        29,371,265

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                            -     (10,633,158)      74,395,269        45,618,092       (10,592,844)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -                -               -           930,509                 -
  Fund balance                                         -                -     (14,353,803)      (11,563,667)       34,984,934
                                                       -                -     (14,353,803)      (10,633,158)       34,984,934

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -         930,509                -                 -                 -
  Fund balance                                         -     (11,563,667)      60,041,466        34,984,934        24,392,090
                                         $             -     (10,633,158)      60,041,466        34,984,934        24,392,090




On June 10, 2008, City Council approved agreements authorizing the construction of a new downtown baseball stadium
(Ordinances #38123 and 38124). The NCAA and College World Series, Inc. entered into an agreement to hold the Men's College
World Series in the new stadium for 26 years, commencing with its planned 2011 opening. The Stadium will be financed by
private donations and the issuance of lease-purchase bonds. This fund will account for the debt issuance and construction costs
for the project.

See Schedule B-2, Stadium Revenue Fund, which will account for the revenues and expenditures related to the stadium debt
repayment.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion & Improvement                                                      13428             B-35
                 Fund                                                                          Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007           2008             2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual         Actual         Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 College World Series, Inc.              $      34,658           34,657          33,167            33,167           33,167
 Interest Income                                16,217            1,884               -                 -                -
               Total Revenue                    50,875           36,541          33,167            33,167           33,167

Expenditures:
 Parking Lot Improvements
   and Stadium Expansion                       590,502           30,659          50,000            50,000           50,000
 Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                -               -                 -                -
           Total Expenditures                  590,502           30,659          50,000            50,000           50,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                           (539,627)           5,882         (16,833)          (16,833)          (16,833)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Proceeds from Bond Sale                       480,000                -                -                  -                -
  Transfer from Fund 13442                           -            1,269                -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)         480,000            1,269                -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                     (59,627)          7,151         (16,833)          (16,833)          (16,833)

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years            1,278,115          49,324               -                 -                -
  Fund balance                               (1,145,063)         24,101           4,810            80,576           63,743
                                                133,052          73,425           4,810            80,576           63,743

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              49,324                -               -                 -                -
  Fund balance                                  24,101           80,576         (12,023)           63,743           46,910
                                         $      73,425           80,576         (12,023)           63,743           46,910




This fund operates as a Capital Project Fund. The City is operating under an agreement with the NCAA through the year 2010.
The agreement required the City to make substantial capital improvements to Rosenblatt Stadium. These improvements are
funded through the General Fund by the City's Hotel/Motel Tax and the issuances of Lease Purchase bonds.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Library Facilities Capital                                                                      13499             B-36
                   Fund                                                                        Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007           2008             2009               2009             2010
                                              Actual         Actual         Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
                                         $      39,000            50,000               -                  -                -
                Total Revenue                   39,000            50,000               -                  -                -

Expenditures:
 W. Clarke Swanson
   Branch Renovation                            28,275               -          210,000           400,000                -
 W. Dale Clark Exterior Rehabilitation               -          26,241           58,000           688,000                -
 Saddlebrook Branch                                  -       3,056,721          370,000                 -                -
 Willa Cather Branch                                 -           2,135          510,000                 -                -
 Sorensen Branch                                     -         382,114                -                 -                -
 Florence Branch                                     -               -          763,000           763,000                -
 Abrahams Branch                                     -               -                -                 -          644,000
 Library Facility Study                              -               -                -           100,000                -
 Prior Year Encumbrances                             -               -                -            67,936                -
           Total Expenditures                   28,275       3,467,211        1,911,000         2,018,936          644,000

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             10,725      (3,417,211)      (1,911,000)       (2,018,936)         (644,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Proceeds from the sale of bonds                      -     3,791,604        1,463,000         1,565,000          644,000
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)                 -     3,791,604        1,463,000         1,565,000          644,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                     10,725        374,393          (448,000)         (453,936)                 -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -               -              -            68,818                  -
  Fund balance                                         -          10,725        458,725           385,118                  -
                                                       -          10,725        458,725           453,936                  -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                   -         68,818                 -                   -                -
  Fund balance                                  10,725        385,118            10,725                   -                -
                                         $      10,725        385,118            10,725                   -                -




The City will issue public facility bonds in 2010 to renovate the Abrahams Branch Library. The major maintenance projects
include the repair and repaving of its parking lots, replacement of its roof and upgrade of its fire alarm system.

The bond and interest payment will be made in the form of a lease purchase agreement. Funding for the debt service payments
will be provided by the General Fund.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Riverfront Redevelopment Business Park                                                                13434             B-37
                Fund                                                                                 Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                 P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008               2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
                                           $             -                 -                 -                  -                 -
                Total Revenue                            -                 -                 -                  -                 -

Expenditures:
 Construction Contracts                          438,246                 -                   -                -                   -
 Professional Fees                                98,263           361,072                   -          363,990                   -
 Prior Year Encumbrances                               -                 -                   -          140,403                   -
           Total Expenditures                    536,509           361,072                   -          504,393                   -

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              (536,509)        (361,072)                  -         (504,393)                  -

Fund balance, beginning of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                832,934          488,893                   -          140,403                   -
  Fund balance                                    569,040          376,572                   -          363,990                   -
                                                1,401,974          865,465                   -          504,393                   -

Fund balance, end of year
  Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               488,893           140,403                   -                  -                 -
  Fund balance                                   376,572           363,990                   -                  -                 -
                                           $     865,465           504,393                   -                  -                 -




This fund was established to redevelop a 112-acre area along the Missouri River that extends about a mile northward from the
former ASARCO plant site. The redevelopment includes a new regional headquarters for the National Park Service, the Gallup
Organization office and leadership training campus, public recreation and green space, and high-rise residential and retail space.
Public and private funds paid for property acquisition and relocation of businesses, relocation of a section of Abbott Drive, public
trails, walkways and a pedestrian bridge from the convention center / arena complex to the riverfront.




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Special Assessment                                                                             13573 - 13574        B-38
               Fund                                                                              Fund Nos.       Schedule No.

                                                                                             P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007            2008              2009              2009              2010
                                               Actual          Actual          Budgeted           Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Assessment receivable collection         $     543,654          429,737           550,000           575,000           525,000
 Interest earnings on assessments                99,721           59,868           175,000           100,000           100,000
 Pending assessments collections                      -                -             2,500             2,500             2,500
               Total Revenue                    643,375          489,605           727,500           677,500           627,500

Expenditures:
 Capital construction                           234,051          682,615           525,000           600,000           550,000
 Public Works                                    65,123           72,392           100,500            75,500            75,500
 Finance                                         20,000           20,000            20,000            20,000            20,000
 Agency and other accounts                        9,358            7,370            10,900             9,500            10,000
 Interest expense                                54,174           10,476            45,000            35,300            45,000
 Other miscellaneous                             67,813           (3,862)            5,000             5,000             5,000
 Prior Year Encumbrances                              -                -                 -           401,427                 -
            Total Expenditures                  450,519          788,991           706,400         1,146,727           705,500

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             192,856         (299,386)           21,100          (469,227)          (78,000)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Adjustment of bank loan (net)                (810,000)         491,000           100,000           375,000           100,000
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)         (810,000)         491,000           100,000           375,000           100,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    (617,144)         191,614           121,100           (94,227)           22,000

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               81,854          679,279                 -           401,427                 -
 Cash balance                                   445,985         (768,584)           22,416          (299,118)            8,082
                                                527,839          (89,305)           22,416           102,309             8,082

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              679,279          401,427                 -                 -                 -
 Cash balance                                  (768,584)        (299,118)          143,516             8,082            30,082
                                          $     (89,305)         102,309           143,516             8,082            30,082




This fund operates as a revolving fund and is used to account for financing of public improvements within the special assessment
improvement districts. Specific and compulsory levies are made against benefited properties to recover the cost of the
improvements. Improvement district property owners are permitted to repay the levy on an amortized basis over a period of up to
10 years.

Section 5.27 of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Omaha, 1956, as amended, provides for borrowing of up to 90% of the
outstanding assessments receivable plus the amount paid on project spending assessment and in progress. As of December 31,
2008, the amount borrowed was $706,000.




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                                            SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Sewer Revenue                                                                           21121 - 21124         B-39
                 Fund                                                                     Fund Nos.        Schedule No.

                                                                                       P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                            2007          2008            2009              2009              2010
                                            Actual        Actual        Budgeted           Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Sewer Service Charges                   $ 37,128,747    39,458,475     45,321,902        44,146,861          48,557,320
 Interest Income                            1,890,332       956,804      1,384,303           100,000             950,000
 Contribution Revenue                               -             -              -         5,491,917                   -
 Miscellaneous Revenue                          8,911        13,355         10,000            10,000              10,000
               Total Revenue               39,027,990    40,428,634     46,716,205        49,748,778          49,517,320

Expenditures:
 Public Works-Operating                    24,134,510    25,138,545     27,364,128        27,394,029          27,690,247
 Public Works-Capital                      23,385,528    22,367,929     36,978,000        36,978,000          43,500,000
 Law Department                                     -        70,550         70,550            70,550              70,550
 City Clerk                                     4,570         4,570          4,570             4,570               4,570
 Agency and Other Accounts                  1,393,921     1,287,351      2,330,185         2,020,575           2,057,661
 Debt Service - Special Oblig. Bonds        1,517,971     1,518,584      1,517,666         1,517,666           1,515,164
 Debt Service - State Revolving Loan        1,749,412     3,847,549      3,825,598         3,825,598           4,490,913
 Debt Service - Revenue Bonds               2,512,792     3,546,190      6,150,158         3,543,090           6,323,153
 Debt Service - American Recovery &
  Reinvestment Act No Interest Loan                 -             -              -                 -              93,750
 Prior Year Encumbrances                            -             -              -        18,908,930                   -
            Total Expenditures             54,698,704    57,781,268     78,240,855        94,263,008          85,746,008

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                       (15,670,714)   (17,352,634)   (31,524,650)     (44,514,230)        (36,228,688)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
 Contingent Liability                         (50,000)       (50,000)      (50,000)          (50,000)            (50,000)
 State Revolving Loan Proceeds              5,767,716              -             -                 -                   -
 Transfer to 2006 Transportation Bond        (200,000)             -             -                 -                   -
 Bond Proceeds                                      -              -    69,215,150        28,000,000          45,000,000
 ARRA Proceeds                                      -              -             -           600,000                   -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)      5,517,716        (50,000)   69,165,150        28,550,000          44,950,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)               (10,152,998)   (17,402,634)   37,640,500       (15,964,230)          8,721,312

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Debt Service and                          3,309,677     3,309,677      3,309,677         3,309,677           5,218,887
  Encumbrances in subsequent years         15,350,164    14,832,807              -        18,908,930                   -
 Cash Balance                              41,855,912    32,220,271      9,752,095        10,741,514          11,777,004
                                           60,515,753    50,362,755     13,061,772        32,960,121          16,995,891

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Debt Service and                          3,309,677     3,309,677      6,921,515         5,218,887           8,355,499
  Encumbrances in subsequent years         14,832,807    18,908,930              -                 -                   -
 Cash Balance                              32,220,271    10,741,514     43,780,757        11,777,004          17,361,704
                                         $ 50,362,755    32,960,121     50,702,272        16,995,891          25,717,203




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                                           SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                                                                                   B-39
Sewer Revenue                                                                                  21121-21124      (Concluded)
                 Fund                                                                           Fund Nos.       Schedule No.

                                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007              2008              2009             2009              2010
                                             Actual            Actual          Budgeted          Revised          Budgeted


The Sewer Revenue Fund is an enterprise fund which was established to account for income from sewer charges, construction
grants and related expenditures for operation, maintenance and capital improvements of the sanitary sewer service and
wastewater treatment plants. The fund accounts for assets valued at $411 million.

The sewer revenue bonds and notes outstanding at December 31, 2008 totaled $107,508,588. These bonds and notes mature
serially with the last maturity in 2036. The interest rates range from 3.00% to 5.50%.

The Sewer Use Fee rate for 2010 includes an 9.0% increase over 2009. Anticipated future rate increases are intended to fund the
Combined Sewer Overflow Compliance Project.

Upon adoption of the 2008 budget, the City Council approved a resolution to raise revenue estimates and revise the expenditures
due to the annexation of eight areas along the West Maple corridor increasing appropriations $19,796.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Air Quality Control (AQC) Revenue                                                                    21127             B-40
                  Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008              2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 AQC Fees                                  $     379,778          367,670            483,548           483,548           560,866
 Federal and State Grants                         63,450           70,500             70,000            70,000            72,500
 Asbestos Fees                                    80,911           49,870             83,000            83,000            25,000
              Total Revenue                      524,139          488,040            636,548           636,548           658,366

Expenditures:
  Air Quality Control Operations                 533,292          548,431            636,549           559,566           605,049
  Other Budgetary Accounts                        54,203           37,694             66,796            55,398            57,934
  Prior Year Encumbrances                              -                -                  -            33,271                 -
            Total Expenditures                   587,495          586,125            703,345           648,235           662,983

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                               (63,356)           (98,085)        (66,797)           (11,687)           (4,617)

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -                -                  -            33,271                 -
 Cash Balance                                    285,512          222,156             98,103            90,800           112,384
                                                 285,512          222,156             98,103           124,071           112,384

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -           33,271                  -                 -                 -
 Cash Balance                                    222,156           90,800             31,306           112,384           107,767
                                           $     222,156          124,071             31,306           112,384           107,767




This fund was created to account for the Title V federal funding and the applicable City ordinance authorized fees. These funds
provide the City the necessary resources to monitor the air quality and enforce the health and environmental laws relating to clean
air.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Compost Operations Revenue                                                                          21128             B-41
               Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Contract Revenue                         $     632,350          388,155           789,732            787,896          829,089
 Compost Sales                                  131,317          163,472           150,000            200,000          150,000
             Total Revenue                      763,667          551,627           939,732            987,896          979,089

Expenditures:
 Public Works - Operations                      697,469           735,229           897,714           757,169          862,635
 Public Works - Capital                             -             446,500               -                 -                -
 Other Agencies                                  31,241            51,906            82,083            60,250           55,083
 Debt Service                                       -                 -              45,659            42,638           42,138
 Prior Year Encumbrances                            -                 -                 -              15,884              -
           Total Expenditures                   728,710         1,233,635         1,025,456           875,941          959,856

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              34,957          (682,008)          (85,724)          111,955            19,233

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Bond Proceeds                                         -        444,000                -                 -                 -

   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)                  -        444,000                -                 -                 -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                      34,957          (238,008)          (85,724)          111,955            19,233

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               10,044           12,378               -               15,884               -
 Cash Balance                                    81,052          113,675           113,073           (127,839)              -
                                                 91,096          126,053           113,073           (111,955)              -

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               12,378            15,884               -                 -                 -
 Cash Balance                                   113,675          (127,839)           27,349               -              19,233
                                          $     126,053          (111,955)           27,349               -              19,233




This fund was created to account for the contract between the City of Omaha and the Quality Control Division of the City of Omaha
to operate the compost facility located adjacent to the Papillion Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Marina Revenue                                                                                  21111             B-42
                 Fund                                                                          Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007           2008              2009              2009             2010
                                              Actual         Actual          Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Lease rentals                           $     342,988         344,431          469,280           396,750          549,000
 Concessions                                   132,904         128,041          105,000           105,000          105,000
 Miscellaneous Revenue                           4,823          13,132           15,000            15,000           15,000
 Investment Income                              37,114          19,019           18,000            18,000           18,000
 State Grant                                   219,338          45,612          250,000                 -                -
              Total Revenue                    737,167         550,235          857,280           534,750          687,000

Expenditures:
  Marinas                                      336,121         452,723          339,736           339,736           516,904
  Capital Improvements                               -               -        1,000,000                 -           531,600
  Debt Service                                 162,038         158,544           32,376            32,376                 -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                            -               -                -            42,307                 -
            Total Expenditures                 498,159         611,267        1,372,112           414,419         1,048,504

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            239,008            (61,032)     (514,832)          120,331          (361,504)

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Transfer to Fund No. 21112                     (4,000)           (4,000)       (4,000)           (4,000)          (4,000)
  Transfer from Fund No. 13352                        -                 -       100,000                 -                -
  Bond Sale Proceeds                                  -                 -       500,000                 -          500,000
  Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)           (4,000)           (4,000)      596,000            (4,000)         496,000

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing sources (uses)                    235,008            (65,032)       81,168           116,331          134,496

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years             135,362          21,430                -            42,307                -
 Undesignated Balance                          226,688         575,628          198,696           489,719          648,357
 Cash Balance                                  362,050         597,058          198,696           532,026          648,357

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
 Encumbrances in subsequent years               21,430          42,307                -                 -                -
 Undesignated Balance                          575,628         489,719          279,864           648,357          782,853
 Cash Balance                            $     597,058         532,026          279,864           648,357          782,853




This enterprise fund accounts for receipts generated through the leasing of boat stalls at the Dodge Park Marina, Cunningham
Lake Marina, and the Riverfront Marina. In 2010 Revenue Bonds are planned to be issued to finance the construction of
Cunningham Lake Marina.




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                                               SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Lewis and Clark Landing                                                                              21215             B-43
                 Fund                                                                               Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007             2008              2009               2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budgeted            Revised          Budgeted
Revenues:
 Lease rentals                             $       3,446              2,358                -                 -                  -
 Contribution Revenue                             82,035             35,992           31,550            31,550             35,000
               Total Revenue                      85,481             38,350           31,550            31,550             35,000

Expenditures:
  Riverfront Marina & Plaza                       12,634             73,347           31,550            31,550             35,500
  Prior Year Encumbrances                              -                  -                -             9,050                  -
            Total Expenditures                    12,634             73,347           31,550            40,600             35,500

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                               72,847             (34,997)               -            (9,050)             (500)

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -                 40                -             9,050                  -
 Undesignated Balance                                210             73,017            5,920            29,010             29,010
 Cash Balance                                        210             73,057            5,920            38,060             29,010

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    40              9,050                -                 -                  -
 Undesignated Balance                             73,017             29,010            5,920            29,010             28,510
 Cash Balance                              $      73,057             38,060            5,920            29,010             28,510




The 23 acre public use area is the old Asarco site, and includes an area leased to Rick's Café Boatyard. The plaza is available for
rent to private groups with reservations made through the Parks office.


This facility was partially funded by the USFWS Sports Fish Restoration, Boating Infrastructure Grant Program.




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                                            SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Golf Revenue/Concessions                                                                     21114 - 21115        B-44
               Fund                                                                            Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                             2007            2008             2009               2009             2010
                                             Actual          Actual         Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
  Concession sales                      $      486,143         500,854          499,100           499,100           582,000
  Golf Course Revenue                        3,020,644       2,910,263        3,353,843         3,353,843         3,633,122
  Golf Advertising Revenue                      30,500          30,500           30,500            30,500            30,500
               Total Revenue                 3,537,287       3,441,617        3,883,443         3,883,443         4,245,622

Expenditures:
 Concessions                                   347,081         342,764          350,502           342,370           568,392
  Golf Operations                            2,842,329       3,195,518        3,031,450         3,036,646         3,287,698
  Golf Capital                                       -             -             71,000            76,004            29,000
 Other Budgetary Accounts                      285,275         209,460          324,927           324,927           291,506
 Prior Year Encumbrances                             -               -                -            69,385                 -
           Total Expenditures                3,474,685       3,747,742        3,777,879         3,849,332         4,176,596

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                            62,602         (306,125)         105,564            34,111           69,026

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              65,154          65,154                -            69,385                 -
 Undesignated Balance                         (513,710)       (451,108)        (350,643)         (761,464)         (657,968)
 Cash Balance                                 (448,556)       (385,954)        (350,643)         (692,079)         (657,968)

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years              65,154          69,385                -                 -                 -
 Cash balance                                 (451,108)       (761,464)        (245,079)         (657,968)         (588,942)
                                        $     (385,954)       (692,079)        (245,079)         (657,968)         (588,942)




In 1993 golf course operations, formerly in the General Fund were combined with the Golf Concession Revenue Fund to form a
self supporting enterprise fund which accounts for the operations and concessions at all Municipal Golf Courses, provides
maintenance of the City's three 18 hole golf courses and five 9 hole golf courses and funds necessary capital improvements.
Plans are being developed to eliminate the negative cash balance.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Tennis Revenue                                                                                       21113             B-45
                  Fund                                                                              Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                                P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007             2008               2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual           Actual           Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Tennis Revenue                           $     248,238           267,683           253,897            259,897          258,545
             Total Revenue                      248,238           267,683           253,897            259,897          258,545

Expenditures:
  Employee Compensation                         147,846           147,062           166,486            166,486          159,599
  Purchased Services                             76,372            85,889            66,361             66,361           72,690
  Supplies                                       11,146            12,491            14,075             14,075           14,025
  Equipment                                           -                 -             7,000              7,000            3,000
  Reimbursement                                       -                 -                 -                  -                -
  DOT.Comm                                            -                 -             9,167              9,167            6,251
  Other Budgetary Accounts                        8,222                 -             8,279              8,279            8,763
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                 -                 -             14,846                -
           Total Expenditures                   243,586           245,442           271,368            286,214          264,328

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                                4,652             22,241          (17,471)          (26,317)           (5,783)

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -              10,675               -             14,846                 -
 Undesignated Balance                            39,810              33,787          25,672             51,857            40,386
 Cash Balance                                    39,810              44,462          25,672             66,703            40,386

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years               10,675              14,846                -                 -                 -
 Undesignated Balance                            33,787              51,857            8,201            40,386            34,603
 Cash Balance                             $      44,462              66,703            8,201            40,386            34,603




Beginning in 1997 the Tennis Division, formerly in the General Fund, formed an enterprise fund which provides for the operation of
one 8-court indoor tennis center, one 15-court tennis center and numerous neighborhood tennis courts located throughout the
City. Management responsibility began in 1997 for the new Tranquility Park Tennis Complex. This division provides the citizens
with the opportunity of leisure, league and tournament tennis play. In 1997, the functions of the City's tennis operation were
combined with those of the Omaha Tennis Association (OTA). This consolidated structure provides the public with the City's
management functions and OTA's public tennis programming activities within a coordinated City operation.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Parking Facilities Operation and Construction                                                      21116             B-46
                   Fund                                                                           Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                2007           2008              2009               2009             2010
                                                Actual         Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Parking Receipts                         $     4,151,923     4,115,811         4,063,000          4,050,000         4,213,000
 Interest Income                                   29,311         9,039                 -                  -                 -
               Total Revenue                    4,181,234     4,124,850         4,063,000          4,050,000         4,213,000

Expenditures:
  Employee Compensation                           172,949        82,224           110,205            110,205           113,746
  Non-personal Services                         2,000,725     2,320,920         2,005,006          2,005,006         2,289,891
  Equipment                                         4,644             -             5,800              5,800             4,000
  Debt Service                                  1,950,000     2,060,000         1,575,898          1,575,898         2,041,212
  Capital Construction/Land Acquisition           440,454             -                 -                  -                 -
  Prior Year Encumbrances                               -             -                 -             43,213                 -
           Total Expenditures                   4,568,772     4,463,144         3,696,909          3,740,122         4,448,849

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              (387,538)      (338,294)         366,091            309,878          (235,849)

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                434,037        278,364                -            427,336                -
 Deposit with Trustee                             475,162        266,149                -            171,516                -
 Cash balance                                    (256,538)      (279,390)        (366,091)          (672,023)         236,707
                                                  652,661        265,123         (366,091)           (73,171)         236,707

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                278,364        427,336                  -                -                -
 Deposit with Trustee                             266,149        171,516                  -                -                -
 Cash balance                                    (279,390)      (672,023)                 -          236,707              858
                                          $       265,123        (73,171)                 -          236,707              858




This Enterprise fund was established to account for revenues and expenditures associated with eight parking garages and seven
surface parking facilities.

This Enterprise fund was established to account for revenues and expenditures associated with eight parking garages and seven
surface parking facilities.




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                                              SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

Printing and Graphics Services                                                                     21211             B-47
                 Fund                                                                             Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007            2008              2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual          Actual          Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Office Supply                            $     163,280          182,220           165,000           161,700          165,000
 Service Charges                                373,071          361,118           375,000           367,500          375,000
               Total Revenue                    536,351          543,338           540,000           529,200          540,000

Expenditures:
  Employee Compensation                         156,749          137,169           134,252           140,965          144,271
  Non Personal Services                         302,818          327,667           294,834           294,834          315,200
  Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                -                 -            44,915                -
           Total Expenditures                   459,567          464,836           429,086           480,714          459,471

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                              76,784             78,502         110,914            48,486            80,529

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                    -            3,793                 -            44,915                 -
 Cash balance                                  (222,139)        (149,148)          (47,892)         (111,768)          (18,367)
                                               (222,139)        (145,355)          (47,892)          (66,853)          (18,367)

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
  Encumbrances in subsequent years                3,793           44,915                 -                 -                 -
 Cash balance                                  (149,148)        (111,768)           63,022           (18,367)           62,162
                                          $    (145,355)         (66,853)           63,022           (18,367)           62,162




This fund operates as an enterprise fund. It is sustained by charges to various City and Douglas County departments, agencies
and grant fund projects for printing services. A plan has been implemented to eliminate the negative fund balance.




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Convention Center Hotel Revenue                                                                21119             B-48
                Fund                                                                          Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                          P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                               2007           2008           2009               2009             2010
                                               Actual         Actual       Budgeted            Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 Net Hotel income                        $      7,732,472     8,918,038     9,342,994          8,510,063         8,765,365
 Interest income                                  682,517       797,854       640,000            490,310           539,275
               Total Revenue                    8,414,989     9,715,892     9,982,994          9,000,373         9,304,640

Expenditures:
 Construction                                     321,554             -             -                  -                 -
 Bond Closing Costs                             2,406,874             -             -                  -                 -
 Property Taxes                                 1,278,702     1,215,139     1,227,290          1,188,906         1,207,047
 Asset manager                                    162,760       157,779       168,160            170,239           170,500
 Corporate expense                                 90,299         7,614        14,750             14,750            15,000
 Machinery, Equip.& Improvements                  416,901       652,749     1,315,914          1,226,368         1,292,352
 Law                                                    -        25,000        25,000             25,000            25,000
 Finance                                                -        50,000        75,000             75,000            75,000
 Debt service                                   2,659,327     6,158,464     5,192,217          5,192,148         5,500,848
           Total Expenditures                   7,336,417     8,266,745     8,018,331          7,892,411         8,285,747

Excess (deficit) of revenues
  over expenditures                             1,078,572     1,449,147     1,964,663          1,107,962         1,018,893

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
  Bond Proceeds                               109,750,000              -              -                  -                -
  Premium Proceeds                              3,197,250              -              -                  -                -
  Payment to escrow agent                    (106,777,040)             -              -                  -                -
  Purchase of developer owned bonds            (3,000,000)             -              -                  -                -
   Total Other Financing Sources(Uses)          3,170,210              -              -                  -                -

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
  financing sources (uses)                      4,248,782     1,449,147     1,964,663          1,107,962         1,018,893

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for:
 Debt Service                                  8,000,031      8,000,000     8,000,000          8,000,000        8,000,000
 Capital asset replacement                         7,099      1,255,715     1,277,832          1,583,457        1,823,225
 Operating Reserve                             2,310,453      2,330,332     2,250,000          2,272,297        2,250,000
 Designated Cash balance                       2,406,812      5,387,128     6,396,087          6,566,568        7,457,059
 Undesignated Cash balance                             -              -             -                  -                -
                                              12,724,395     16,973,175    17,923,919         18,422,322       19,530,284

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for:
 Debt Service                                  8,000,000      8,000,000     8,000,000          8,000,000        8,000,000
 Capital asset replacement                     1,255,715      1,583,457     1,059,744          1,823,225        1,291,105
 Operating Reserve                             2,330,332      2,272,297     2,250,000          2,250,000        2,250,000
 Designated Cash balance                       5,387,128      6,566,568     8,578,838          7,457,059        9,008,072
 Undesignated Cash balance                             -              -             -                  -                -
                                         $    16,973,175     18,422,322    19,888,582         19,530,284       20,549,177




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                                            SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS
                                                                                                                      B-48
Convention Center Hotel Revenue                                                                     21119          (Concluded)
               Fund                                                                                Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007              2008               2009             2009               2010
                                              Actual            Actual           Budgeted          Revised           Budgeted

The Hotel, the Garage and the Skywalk were constructed on approximately 5.5 acres of land directly across 10th Street from the
Convention Center. The project includes a full service hotel with 450 guest rooms, a full service restaurant, a lobby bar and
approximately 24,500 gross square feet of meeting space including a ball room. The Hotel opened in the spring of 2004.

The City of Omaha formed a non-profit corporation to oversee construction and manage the Hotel. The Corporation contracted
with Hilton Hotels Corporation to provide day-to-day management of the Hotel.

The cash balance shown above is in addition to the $3 million appropriation account referred to on the Keno/Lottery Reserve
schedule B-7. It is projected that 2010 Hotel revenues will be sufficient to cover debt service, taxes and related hotel expenses.



In 2007, the Hotel Corporation refinanced the originally issued Series 2002A and Series 2002B Revenue Bonds, valued at
$102,970,000 and $7,185,000 respectively, issuing Series 2007, First Tier Revenue Bonds of $109,750,000.




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                                             SUMMARY OF FUND TRANSACTIONS

City Wide Sports Revenue                                                                         21108             B-49
                 Fund                                                                           Fund No.        Schedule No.

                                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                              2007            2008              2009              2009             2010
                                              Actual          Actual          Budgeted           Revised         Budgeted
Revenues:
 City Wide Sports Revenue                $     117,543          148,420          146,000           150,000           150,000
             Total Revenue                     117,543          148,420          146,000           150,000           150,000

Expenditures:
 Employee Compensation                          22,032             23,041         30,813            30,823            32,337
 Purchased Services                             91,457             83,967        103,975           109,975            94,460
 Supplies                                       17,586              1,570          3,250             3,250             3,600
 Equipment                                           -                  -              -                 -             4,400
 Parks Recreation and Public
  Property Department - Recreation                   -                -                -            11,302            11,700
 Prior Year Encumbrances                             -                -                -            13,568                 -
           Total Expenditures                  131,075          108,578          138,038           168,918           146,497

Excess (Deficit) of Revenues
  over expenditures and other
   financing Sources (Uses)                     (13,532)           39,842           7,962           (18,918)           3,503

Cash balance, beginning of year
 Designated for reserve for
 Encumbrances in subsequent years                     -             13,568              -           13,568                 -
 Cash balance                                     2,889            (24,211)        51,938           15,631            10,281
                                                  2,889            (10,643)        51,938           29,199            10,281

Cash balance, end of year
 Designated for reserve for
 Encumbrances in subsequent years                13,568            13,568               -                -                 -
 Cash balance                                   (24,211)           15,631          59,900           10,281            13,784
                                         $      (10,643)           29,199          59,900           10,281            13,784




This Enterprise Fund was established with the adoption of the 2003 Budget. The fund is maintained through revenues collected
from fees charged to participants for the adult sport leagues operated by the Parks Recreation and Public Property Department.
Competitive leagues are formed for sports of football, volleyball, and basketball. Additional sports may be added as interest
develops.




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                                             SECTION C

                                         GRANT FUNDS


This section briefly describes active programs financed in whole or in part by Federal and State
grants. The purpose and funding source of each program is outlined.

Grant monies financing the programs in this section are not merged into other schedules appearing in
the budget document with the exception of direct grant reimbursements to the participating City
department. Therefore, grant receipts related to the programs are not reflected in schedules
pertaining to the City's actual receipts of 2008 or those estimated in 2009 and 2010. Receipts
collected from grant funds for indirect costs are included as revenue.

All applications for grants are to be approved by the Executive Grant/Gift Review Committee. In the
case of the major HUD grants, such as the CDBG and HOME programs, public hearings must also be
held. After approval, the grants are submitted by the Mayor's Office to the City Council.

Generally, various City Departments will be charged with implementing grant activities. The City's
Finance Department has financial oversight of the grants except for the Nebraska Affordable Housing
Trust.

Revenues classified as "Federal and State Grants" in the City Revenue Estimates Section of this
document represent only such grants as may be forthcoming in connection with regular City
operations, or in instances where specific grant programs are charged for services rendered on their
behalf by various regular City departments.


Separate accounting records are maintained for each individual grant program to comply with
sponsoring agency directives and to facilitate required reporting thereto. These records are subject to
examination by the City's independent auditors and also by those of the sponsoring agency. The City
is in compliance with all requirements of the "A133 Single Audit Act, as amended, June 1996".




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                                            City of Omaha
                                            Active Grants

    U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT SPONSORED
                             PROGRAMS

Grant Name                                      Award          2008      Total Award     Award Remaining
 Description    Year      Grant Number          Amount      Expenditures Expended            Balance

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

   This block grant program provides funds to be used for a broad range of community development
   activities. Such activities were previously funded by various categorical Grant-in-Aid Programs. There is
   no local match required. Entitlement is awarded each year.

   Funds are obtained from the above project through a letter-of-credit arrangement with the U.S.
   Department of Housing and Urban Development.

                2007 B-07-MC-310002             5,076,098     3,628,102      5,076,098                 -
                2008 B-08-MC-310002             5,829,985     3,385,075      3,385,075           2,444,910

H.U.D. Fair Housing Assistance Program

   The City of Omaha, Human Rights and Relations Department, receives an award from the U.S.
   Department of Housing and Urban Development for the purpose of designing and developing a Fair
   Housing Assistance Program Training Module. The primary objective is the refinement of the established
   method through which the Human Rights and Relations Department can process all housing
   discrimination complaints arising within the City of Omaha.

                2006 FF207K067008                  67,640        20,800         67,640                   -
                2007 FF207K017008                 118,685        97,572         97,572              21,113

H.U.D. Emergency Shelter Grant

   This is an award from the Homeless Assistance Act. The purpose is to provide shelter for homeless and
   temporarily displaced families. The Grant periods are from January 1 to December 31 each year.


                2006 S-06-MC-310001               220,352        54,412        220,352                  -
                2007 S-07-MC-310001               220,997       174,052        220,997                  -
                2008 S-08-MC-310001               218,710       109,632        109,632            109,078




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                                             City of Omaha
                                             Active Grants

     U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT SPONSORED
                           PROGRAMS (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                      Award           2008         Total Award   Award Remaining
 Description    Year       Grant Number         Amount       Expenditures     Expended         Balance

H.U.D. HOME Program

   This is an award under Title I of the National Affordable Housing Act to provide more affordable housing in
   Omaha. The Grant awards are for January 1 to December 31 each year.

                2006 M-06-DC-310203              2,401,318        474,035      2,401,318                  -
                2007 M-07-DC-310203              2,389,161      1,363,554      2,389,161                  -
                2008 M-08-DC-310203              2,563,655        945,470        945,470          1,618,185

H.U.D. Lead Based Paint Hazard Control

   This Federal Grant is awarded to address the problem of lead poisoning in soil, homes, paint, etc. The
   Douglas County Health Department is a participant in this grant.

                2005    NEBLH-0301-5             6,144,281      1,391,444      3,193,466          2,950,815
                2007    NELHD-0166-07            2,000,000            -              -            2,000,000

State of Nebraska Lead Based Paint Hazard Control

   This Nebraska State Grant is awarded to address the problem of childhood lead poisoning. The Douglas
   County Health Department is a participant in this grant.

                2005    State of Nebraska          300,000         78,376        300,000                 -
                2006    State of Nebraska          100,000         80,528         80,528              19,472

               NEBRASKA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY PROGRAMS

Urban Area Security Initiative Grant

   A grant was received from the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to ensure the region's
   capabilities and capacity to prevent, respond to, recover from and mitigate natural disasters, threats or
   acts of terrorism, through an all-hazards approach. The grant period for this award is April 1, 2005
   through March 31, 2009. A second grant was received for the period August 30, 2006 through June 30,
   2009.

                2005    2005-GET5-0020           5,375,892        924,224      5,215,705            160,187
                2006    2006-GET6-0016           8,479,030      2,046,707      2,655,517          5,823,513




                                                      81
                                            City of Omaha
                                            Active Grants

   NEBRASKA COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                      SPONSORED PROGRAMS

Grant Name                                      Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year       Grant Number         Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Metropolitan Drug Task Force

   A grant award was received from the Nebraska Crime Commission to continue a cooperative effort of
   multiple law enforcement agencies for effective enforcement against drug trafficking and related crime.


   The Crime Commission provided $275,387 in Federal funds and the agencies provided $669,474 as in-
   kind match.

   The grant awards are for the period October 1 through September 30 for each year.

                2007         07-DA-306            197,350         92,961       197,350                 -
                2008         08-DA-302             78,037         67,053        67,053              10,984

Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant

   A grant was received from the Nebraska Crime Commission to promote greater accountability in the
   juvenile justice system by holding juveniles accountable for criminal offenses. This grant is a
   cooperative effort among the City of Omaha, Douglas County and the University of Nebraska at
   Omaha.

   The Crime Commission provided $199,695 in Federal Funds with in-kind match of $104,315 provided
   by the agencies.

   The grant periods for these awards are October 1 through September 30 for each year.

                2007         06-JA-601            101,020         78,247       101,020                 -
                2008         07-JA-601             98,675         19,886        19,886              78,789

Omaha Police Department Truancy Abatement Program

   This grant was awarded from the Nebraska Crime Commission to address the effect of truancy on
   juveniles in the criminal justice system, including increased numbers in detention, recognizing the
   disparate representation of minority juveniles in both the criminal justice system as a whole and in
   detention.

   The Crime Commission is providing $172,133 in Federal funds with cash match of $69,529 provided
   by the Omaha Police Department.

   The grant funding is for the period July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009.

                2008         08-JS-410            172,133         39,590        39,590             132,543




                                                       82
                                           City of Omaha
                                           Active Grants

   NEBRASKA COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                  SPONSORED PROGRAMS (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                      Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year       Grant Number         Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Project Safe Neighborhood Comprehensive Efforts


   Grants are awarded from the Nebraska Crime Commission to help fund: (1) Coordinator position
   whose responsibility is to coordinate with the Omaha Police Department and other Law Enforcement
   Agencies in projects supporting and critical to the achievement of the Project Safe Neighborhoods
   goals such as Project Impact, Cease Fires, Notification meetings and Project Nightlight; (2) Intelligence
   Research Assistant to perform research on activities; and (3) Funding for the aforementioned goals.

   The grant awards are for the period October 1 through September 30 for each grant year with
   extensions granted as needed.

                2006         06SN8900            152,443         34,992       152,443                  -
                2007         07SN8900            214,147        118,816       118,816               95,331
                2008         08SN8904             47,951            -             -                 47,951

Project Night Life Expansion Grant

   The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety (NOHS) has awarded the Omaha Police Department a grant
   for the period of October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2009. The grant provides $204,505 in
   Federal funding and requires a match of $65,441 from the Police Department. The grant's goal is to
   reduce fatalities and injury accidents among young drivers ages 15 to 18 through education and
   awareness seminars and through monthly selective enforcement efforts concentrating on high crash
   locations involving young drivers.

                2007           08-40             104,479        104,479       104,479                  -
                2008           09-40             100,026         21,573        21,573               78,453




                                                       83
                                                City of Omaha
                                                Active Grants

                         NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ROADS PROGRAMS

Grant Name                                        Award           2008             Total Award   Award Remaining
 Description     Year       Grant Number          Amount       Expenditures         Expended         Balance

METRO AREA PLANNING ASSOCIATION (MAPA)/Urban Planning
  A grant award was made for the SAFETEA-LU (Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient, Transportation
  Equity Act - A Legacy for Users) to provide for tracking and monitoring moderate to low income housing.

                 2007             ---                 77,360         32,681             77,360               -
                 2008             ---                 79,432         44,679             44,679            34,753

METRO AREA PLANNING ASSOCIATION (MAPA)/Traffic Engineering
  This grant award was made to fund traffic studies at key intersections throughout the City.

                 2007             ---                 51,634         51,634             51,634                 -

Riverfront Trail - North/North Omaha Connector Grant

     A grant was received from the Nebraska Department of Roads to construct two major trails: the Riverfront
     Trail from Lewis and Clark Landing (the old ASARCO site), north to N.P. Dodge Park and North Omaha
     Connector which will connect this trail to the Keystone Trail.

     The Nebraska Department of Roads provided $4,209,731 in funding with in-kind match of $1,052,432

                 2004          XL9958              5,262,163                -        2,275,257         2,986,906

                                   U.S. Department of Transportation

The grant award(s) are made to assist the City of Omaha with rebuilding existing roadways and bridges.

"                 2004   STPC 3795 (4)             7,900,000        337,191          7,611,401           288,599
4t                2005   STPC-5001(15)             7,200,000        572,368          1,037,795         6,162,205
16                2005   STPC-3811 (1)            12,640,000         25,186            125,680        12,514,320
12                2003   STPN-28 (66)              5,000,000        255,625          5,255,625          (255,625)
14                2005   STPC-5001(13)             9,136,000        292,718          9,572,847          (436,847)
Un                2006   DPU-5051 (5)                990,000        147,662            944,315            45,685
13                2006   STPC-5003 (8)             4,720,000         60,539            200,380         4,519,620
Bl                2006   STPC-5066 (6)             3,200,000              -              3,629         3,196,371
Ri                1999   DPS-28(70)                4,786,000         29,383            947,680         3,838,320
15                2002   S-38-7(1008)              3,500,000         75,217            426,967         3,073,033
Bo                2005   BRO7028(42)                 800,000        370,295          1,109,484          (309,484)
84                2000   BH-5023 (13)              1,496,000      2,032,681          2,231,351          (735,351)
96                2006   BRO7028 (47)                264,000         12,811             60,669           203,331
Fo                2005   STPP-64-7- (119)            325,608          3,124            328,732            (3,124)

     Deficit balances will be recovered from the agency involved in the project.




                                                         84
                                           City of Omaha
                                           Active Grants


    EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION SPONSORED PROGRAM

Grant Name                                      Award            2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year        Grant Number        Amount        Expenditures Expended        Balance

Anti-Discrimination Grant

   This grant award is made to the City of Omaha by the Equal Opportunity Commission. The grant period
   runs from October 1 to September 30 for each grant year.

   The purpose of this award is to assist the City of Omaha Human Rights and Relations Department in
   resolving charges of discrimination in employment.

                2006         7FPSLP0120 #4         68,870          13,680     68,870                  -
                2008         7FPLSP0120 #5         47,750          42,110     42,110              5,640



NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPONSORED PROGRAM

Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust

   The grant award(s) are made for the purpose of assisting the City of Omaha with First Time Home Buyer
   Down Payment support and also closing costs, new construction, as well as Lead Hazard Control.

                2005   05-TFHP-750*               766,800         675,919    876,132           (109,332)
                2006   06-TFHP-759 (2118)*        800,000         638,737    949,123           (149,123)
                2006   06-TFTA-998 (1781)         249,100         249,100    249,100                  -
                2006   06-TFTA-999 (1781)         249,100         249,100    249,100                  -
                2006   06-TFTA-9100 (2304)         31,800          18,613     18,613             13,187
                2007   07-TFHP-7087 (2559)        300,000               -          -            300,000
                2007   07-TFHP-7088 (2558)        800,000          79,323     79,323            720,677

   *Program income from the sale of the homes will cover this overage.



               U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPONSORED PROGRAMS

Weed and Seed Program Grants

   The Bureau of Justice Assistance has awarded grants to the City of Omaha for the yearly period October
   1 through September 30. Extensions have been granted as needed.

   The Weed and Seed Program is put into opeartion through the application of coordinated law
   enforcement and criminal justice services in the target neighborhood. The City will "weed" from that
   neighborhood criminal offenders engaged in drug crimes and other violent offenses, stabilize the
   neighborhood through community oriented policing, and "seed" that neighborhood with housing,
   employment and social sustaining programs.

                2007     2007-WSQ7-0043           200,000         191,853    200,000                -
                2007     2007-WSQ7-0044           200,000         193,486    200,000                -
                2007     2007-WSQ7-0256           175,000         170,489    175,000                -
                2008     2008-WSQX-0188           150,000              23         23            149,977


                                                         85
                                            City of Omaha
                                            Active Grants

        U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPONSORED PROGRAMS (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                       Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description     Year      Grant Number          Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Justice Assistance Grant

   The Bureau of Justice Assistance has awarded the City of Omaha four grants covering a four-year
   period each beginning October 1 of the award year.

   The Justice Assistance Grant provides funding to enhance the Omaha Police Department's crime lab
   training, community-based prevention programs, officer overtime, Metro Drug Task Force and Douglas
   County Community Corrections and Drug Treatment Programs. (This grant was previously known as
   the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant).

                 2005     2005-DJBX-1057          750,675         172,178       750,675                 -
                 2006     2006-DJBX-0744          422,938         136,933       244,081             178,857
                 2007     2007-DJBX-0544          611,888         179,960       179,960             431,928
                 2008     2008-DJBX-0595          202,022          51,478        51,478             150,544

Edward Byrne Memorial Discretionary Grants Program

   The Bureau of Justice Assistance has awarded the City of Omaha a grant covering the period of
   October 1, 2007 through March, 31, 2009. This grant will assist the Omaha Police Department and
   partnering agencies in further establishing an intelligence-led, data-driven, multi-jurisdictional response
   to the Omaha/Metro's violent crime rate. Emphasis for this award will be placed on reducing the
   City/Metro's violent crime rate.

                 2007     2007-DDBX-0604          412,688         160,764       160,764             251,924

C.O.P.S. Universal Hiring Award

   The U.S. Department of Justice awarded the City $3,555,020 of which $3,199,518 is Federal funds and
   the City will provide in-kind match of $355,502. The award covers the period September 1, 2003
   through February 29, 2008. The grant was extended to August 31, 2008. The grant provided for the
   hiring of 20 new officers and eight part-time officers.

                 2003    2003-ULWX-0027         3,555,020          57,281     3,555,020                  -

C.O.P.S. Methamphetamine Initiative

   The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services awarded the City
   $438,797 in Federal funds. The award covers the period September 1, 2007 through August 31,2009.
   The City will use this grant funding to provide a comprehensive program that uses prevention,
   education and enforcement operations to reduce methamphetamine use and dealing.

                 2007    2007-CKWX-0238           438,797         268,542       268,542             170,255




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                                           City of Omaha
                                           Active Grants

        U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPONSORED PROGRAMS (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                     Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year      Grant Number         Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies

   The U.S. Office of Justice Programs awarded the City of Omaha a grant to continue its services of
   combating domestic violence and related victim services through educational programs, technology
   developments, equipment funding and strengthened domestic violence advocacy services.

   A grant was received for the period August 1, 2005 through July 30, 2007. A supplement to this grant in
   the amount $660,700 was received extending the end date to September 30, 2009.

                2005    2005-WEAX-0035         1,312,286        317,967      975,173             337,113

Paul Coverdell National Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program

   The US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs awarded the City a Paul Coverdell Grant for
   the period of October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008. The grant provided $94,950 in federal
   funding and required a match of $25,858 from the Police Department. It funded renovation of the Police
   Department Crime Lab and purchase of technological equipment to increase Video Forensics
   productivity and to more efficiently examine and process evidence.

                2007     2007-CDBX-0021           94,950         94,950        94,950                 -

Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement

   A grant award was received from the U.S. Department of Justice Programs to enhance the safety of
   victims of domestic violence and child abuse in rural areas. The award period was October 1, 2003
   through March 31, 2006.

   A second grant was awarded in 2006 to continue these efforts. The award period is August 1, 2006
   through July 31, 2008.

                2006    2006-WRAX-0005           500,000        146,680      429,899              70,101

C.O.P.S Interoperable Communications Technology Grant

   A grant was received from the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing
   Services to purchase significant infrastructure components which are compliant with technology
   standards and will strengthen communications throughout the Metropolitan Statistical area. This grant
   is operated as a consortium, made up of the City of Omaha, Douglas County Sheriff's Office and
   Council Bluffs-Pottawattamie County, Iowa. The award provides $6,000,000 in federal funds while
   Douglas County and Pottawattamie County will provide $2,009,522 in match.

   The grant award was for the period September 1, 2004 through March 31, 2008.

                2004     2004-INWX-0013        8,009,522      5,477,507    5,998,683           2,010,839




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                                            City of Omaha
                                            Active Grants

         U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPONSORED PROGRAMS (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                      Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year       Grant Number         Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

After School/Out-of-School Programs

   A grant was received from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
   Prevention to strengthen the established after-school programs. Funding will be used to facilitate
   agency collaboration, address system-wide issues such as staffing, funding, accessibility and
   transportation, and to create a system to track and evaluate the success of the program's efforts.

   The grant award is for the period October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2009.

                2006     2006-JLFX-K073         1,974,456        732,510     1,008,277             966,179

Middle School G.R.E.A.T. Grant

   A grant was received from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance for the Gang
   Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) program in area middle schools. Funding will be used
   to identify and prevent delinquent behaviors, intervene in gang activities and youth violence, promote
   positive relationships between students and law enforcement, and develop positive concepts of social
   obligations and responsibilities. The federal award is $250,000 with $52,368 of in-kind match being
   provided by the Omaha Public Schools, West Side Community Schools, Millard Public Schools and the
   Omaha Police Department.

   The grant awards cover the period of January 1, 2006 through November 30, 2008

                2007     2007-JVFX-0211           125,000         77,382       124,594                  406
                2008     2008-JVFX-0025           125,000         34,784        34,784               90,216

Secure Our Schools

   A grant was received from the U.S. Department of Justice, Grants Administration Division, to provide a
   safe and secure environment for students, staff, and the community by providing training that is tailored
   specifically to improve the Student Resource Officers and educator's ability to identify at-risk youth and
   high-risk safety concerns. The federal award is $4,656. A cash match of $4,656 is being provided by
   the Omaha Public Schools, West Side Community Schools, Millard Public Schools and the Omaha
   Police Department.

   The grant awards cover the period September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2008.

                2006     2006-CKWX-0599             4,656          3,912          3,912                 744




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                                              City of Omaha
                                              Active Grants

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT - OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL
                              POLICY

Grant Name                                         Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description     Year        Grant Number          Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

HIDTA - Metro Drug Task Force Initiative

   Grants are received from the Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) to further the efforts
   of the Metro Area Drug Task Force in combating drug trafficking. This task force is made up of the
   Omaha Police Department, Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Bellevue Police Department and the U.S.
   Marshals' Office.

   The grant award period is February 1 through January 31. Extensions are granted as needed.

                 2006   I6PMWP637                    265,188          8,422        265,188                 -
                 2007   I7PMWP637Z                   258,726        152,477        258,726                 -
                 2008   I8PMWP637Z                   323,938        116,701        116,701             207,237
                 2009   G09MW0008A                   116,503            -              -               116,503

                        U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program

   This is an award for the Omaha Fire Department to assist in the purchase of equipment. The equipment
   included is air an compressor, tanks, computers and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The Grant
   awards vary throughout the year.

                 2007    EMW 2006 FG 07794            68,288          68,288        68,288                  -
                 2007    EMW 2006 FG 02653            31,635          27,856        27,856                3,779
                 2008    EMW 2006 FG 02660           113,400          58,099        58,099               55,301

SAFER Act

   The Elkhorn Suburban Fire District is designing and constructing a second fire station that will be built for
   the Southern portion of the fire district. The grant funds will allow the department to hire an additional six
   fire fighters to assist in staffing the new fire station. The fire fighters along with the location of the new
   station will considerably reduce the response times for the area. The additional firefighters will perform
   the duties of a firefighter/EMT and will be trained to the level of EMT-B, Haz-Mat awareness and
   operations, and firefighter levels I and II. The federal award is $621,000 with an in-kind match of
   $933,588.

   The grant period is the five year period December 22, 2006 to December 21, 2011.

                 2006    EMW 2006 FF 04370           621,000        422,280        422,280             198,720




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                                            City of Omaha
                                            Active Grants

                 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONT'D)

Grant Name                                       Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description     Year      Grant Number          Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Urban Area Security Initiative Grant

   A grant was received from the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to ensure the
   region's capabilities and capacity to prevent, respond to, recover and mitigate natural disasters, threats
   or acts of terrorism, through an all-hazards approach. The grant period for this award is April 1, 2005
   through March 31, 2009. A second grant was received for the period August 30, 2006 through June 30,
   2009.

                2005     2005-GET5-0020         5,375,892        924,224     5,215,705             160,187
                2006     2006-GET6-0016         8,479,030      2,046,707     2,655,517           5,823,513

      NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ROADS (NDOR) SPONSORED PROGRAMS

Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge

   This grant program is for the construction of a pedestrian bridge spanning the Missouri River between
   Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa. The Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge is a cooperative
   effort between the City of Omaha, City of Council Bluffs, Metro Area Transit Authority and the Papio-
   Missouri River Resource District.

                2001 TSP-STPB-28 (67)          22,644,400      3,798,001    22,644,400                     -

               U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SPONSORED PROGRAMS

The U.S. Economic Development Administration

   This agency granted the City of Omaha a one-time grant to assist in the North Downtown
   Redevelopment Plan. The Plan will identify present and future land use within the area bounded by 12th
   to 17th Streets and from I-480 to Izard Street.

                2005 B-04-SP-NE-0436              621,313          86,622      505,148             116,165

The U.S. Neighborhood Development Initiative

   This agency granted the City of Omaha a one-time grant to assist in the North Downtown
   Redevelopment Plan. The Plan will identify present and future land use within the City of Omaha. This
   program currently has program income and continues to comply with the Federal Grant.

   The grant period is January 6, 2003 to January 5, 2008.

                2005 B-01-NI-NE-OM-0014         2,494,000        (30,236)    2,494,000                  -
                     Program Income*              166,730        175,954       175,954               (9,224)

   *Program income from the sale of the homes will cover this overage.




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                                           City of Omaha
                                           Active Grants

                U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Grant Name                                     Award          2008      Total Award Award Remaining
 Description    Year      Grant Number         Amount      Expenditures Expended        Balance

Metropolitan Medical Response System

   A contract was awarded to the City of Omaha for the purpose of planning and developing a Metropolitan
   Medical Response System (MMRS) as the principal source in responding to the health and medical
   consequences of a nuclear, biological or chemical terrorist incident.

   The contracts cover the period of January 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008.

                2007 BT-67-123107                599,200       199,256      599,200                -
                2008 BT-622-123108               563,983       563,725      563,725                258




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                                                     Section D



                                       Revenue Estimates
The City revenues summarized in this section may be termed "normal course" revenues. Not reflected in the
summations are trust and agency fund receipts and possible gross revenue receipts associated with categorical
Federal or State financial aid grant programs. In instances where such revenues finance a portion of normally
structured budgetary account operations, the amount so financed by aid programs is reflected in the revenue
summations and is classified as "Federal, State and Other Participating Grants."


Included in this section is a summary of revenue from all sources with fund distribution schedule presentations. This
schedule also contains references to other schedules in this section which detail the distribution of tax revenue and
other revenue components of each city fund. The revenues estimated for 2010 are set forth in comparison with actual
2008 receipts and with those initially estimated for 2009 budget purposes along with a more recent estimate for the
2009 revenues.


Supplemental notes supporting the 2010 revenue projections are included immediately following the financial
schedules included in this section.


Included in this section are schedules "A" and "B" detailing restricted fund revenues and lid exceptions and the State
of Nebraska City/Village Lid Computation Forms as required by the State Statutes.




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                                          Revenue Policies
    In the City of Omaha's fiscal system, the monitoring and control of revenues is a primary concern. The City's
primary revenue policy goal is to maintain a diversified revenue system to protect it from possible short-term
fluctuations in any of its various revenue sources. To accomplish this, revenues are monitored on a continuous basis
to insure that receipts from each revenue source are at maximum levels. An understanding of the economic and
legal factors which directly and indirectly affect the level of revenue collections is an important part of the City's
revenue policy. The following policies are those which have been utilized throughout this budget document, as they
pertain to revenues.


                               Overall Revenue Policy Objectives
A diversified yet stable revenue system will be utilized by the City to protect it from possible short-term fluctuations in
any of its revenue sources

The City will, after having considered all possible cost reduction alternatives, explore the possibility of obtaining new
expanded revenue sources as a way to help ensure a balanced budget.

Cost recovery revenue sources will be analyzed on an annual basis and modified as necessary to ensure that
collections reflect the cost of providing associated City services

The City will actively oppose State and/or Federal legislation which would mandate costs to the City of Omaha
providing or increasing a revenue source to offset those mandated costs. The City will continue lobbying efforts to
protect current revenues received from State and Federal sources.

The City will follow an aggressive policy of enforcement of revenue regulations and collection of revenues.



                              Specific Revenue Policy Objectives
Local Property and Sales Tax:

        The City will attempt to maintain a stable tax base.

        The local taxing effort of other cities as well as the demand and need for local public services will be major
        considerations in determining tax rates.

Occupation Taxes and "In Lieu of Tax" Receipts:

        The City will continue lobbying efforts to protect current revenue sources which are allowed by State and
        Federal legislation.

Vehicle and State Replacement Taxes:

        The City will at all times attempt to ensure that it receives its fair share of all State shared revenues.

        The City will aggressively enforce regulations as they apply to vehicle licensing and registration.




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Municipal Enterprises, Cost Recoveries and Other Charges for Services:

    The rate structure will provide a cost recovery of 100% of the full cost (operating and indirect expenses) of
    providing the service unless additional City subsidies are required to provide the service to youth,
    disadvantaged or handicapped groups or to provide economic development.

    The demand and need for fees and charges for services will be analyzed to determine if the intended purpose
    of the service is being accomplished.

    In the determination of rates charged for specific services, rates charged by other public and private
    organizations for similar services will be a major consideration.

    All fees and charges will be reviewed annually.

Federal, State and Local Grants:

    The City will aggressively seek Federal and State matching funds for City projects.

    The support of private, community and corporate foundation matching funds will be actively solicited for City
    projects.

Utility and Enterprise Funds

    The Air Quality Control Revenue, Sewer Revenue, Compost Operations Revenue, Marina Revenue, Printing
    and Graphics Services, Golf Revenue, Golf Concessions, Tennis Revenue, Parking Facilities Revenue,
    Convention Center Hotel Revenue, Lewis and Clark Landing, and City Wide Sports Revenue Funds will be
    operated as enterprise funds with the objective of being or becoming self-supporting.




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                                            CITY OF OMAHA
                    2010 SOURCE OF REVENUE – ALL CITY FUNDS

                                      Intergovernm ental
                                           Revenue             Concessions, Fees &
                                                                    Perm its                   Interest
                                             1.9%
                  Occupation & In Lieu of                             5.1%                       0.9%
                           Tax
                           6.2%                                                                 Initial Credit
         Bond Sales
           15.7%                                                                                     0.3%



Services, Rents &
 Miscellaneous
                                                                                                    Property Tax
      9.5%
                                                                                                       21.8%




                                                                                                 Motor Vehicle Tax
                                                                                                       1.6%




    Vehicle User
       Taxes
       7.5`%


            Sew er Charges & Special                                            Sales Tax
                 Assessm ents                                                     21.0%
                      8.5%



                                                    2010             % of              2009            % of
             Revenue Items                         Budget            Total            Budget           Total
 Property Tax                       $               127,534,266       21.8% $        114,890,160        17.4%
 Motor Vehicle Tax                                    9,300,000        1.6%            9,020,000         1.4%
 Sales Tax                                          122,954,000       21.0%          128,087,500        19.3%
 Sewer Charges & Special Assessments                 49,684,820        8.5%           46,920,102         7.1%
 Vehicle User Taxes                                  43,765,000        7.5%           43,876,863         6.6%
 Services, Rents & Miscellaneous                     55,475,196        9.5%           54,427,966         8.2%
 Bond Sales                                          91,915,265       15.7%          185,810,150        28.1%
 Occupation & In Lieu of Tax                         36,597,466        6.2%           36,070,831         5.4%
 Intergovernmental Revenue                           11,418,979        1.9%           12,266,228         1.9%
 Concessions, Fees & Permits                         29,957,338        5.1%           22,004,127         3.3%
 Interest                                             5,238,008        0.9%            4,792,401         0.7%
 Initial Credit                                       1,873,465        0.3%            3,896,110         0.6%
                                    $                585,713,803     100.0% $         662,062,438      100.0%




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                                             CITY OF OMAHA
                      2010 SOURCE OF REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

                                                       Interest, Rents &
                                     Service Charges     Miscellaneous
                                                             1.5%           Initial Credit
                                           6.9%
                Intergovernm ental                                               0.7%
                     Revenues
                       3.3%
                                                                                                      Property Tax
Licenses & Perm its
                                                                                                         25.0%
       3.0%

    Business Taxes
         12.5%




                                                                                                Motor Vehicle Tax
                                                                                                      3.3%



                                Sales Tax
                                  43.8%




                                                 2010               % of                2009            % of
            Revenue Items                       Budget              Total              Budget           Total
 Property Tax                            $       70,322,657            25.0% $          64,378,978       23.0%
 Motor Vehicle Tax                                9,300,000             3.3%             9,020,000        3.2%
 Sales Tax                                      122,954,000            43.8%           128,087,500       45.7%
 Business Taxes                                  34,932,000            12.5%            32,655,095       11.6%
 Licenses & Permits                               8,544,362             3.0%             8,437,700        3.0%
 Intergovernmental Revenues                       9,303,000             3.3%             9,869,300        3.5%
 Service Charges                                 19,386,252             6.9%            18,894,974        6.7%
 Interest, Rents & Miscellaneous                  4,222,453             1.5%             5,361,092        1.9%
 Initial Credit                                   1,873,465             0.7%             3,896,110        1.4%
                                         $      280,838,189           100.0% $          280,600,749     100.0%




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                                   SUMMARY OF REVENUES
Detail of Property and In Lieu of Tax Revenue
General, Judgment, Debt Service and Redevelopment                                                     D
       Fund                                                                                      Schedule No.
                                                                  P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                        2008                 2009                2009               2010
                                        Actual             Budgeted             Revised           Budgeted
                                                                  Assessed Value
Taxable Property Values
 Real Estate                       $ 23,466,618,660      24,851,524,870       24,851,524,870     25,148,357,122
 Personal Property                    1,835,621,110       1,658,411,000        1,658,411,000      1,929,355,078
                                   $ 25,302,239,770      26,509,935,870       26,509,935,870     27,077,712,200

                                                       No. of Cents Per $100 of Assessed Value
City Property Tax Levies
 General Fund                               24.312 ¢             24.312 ¢            24.312 ¢           26.112 ¢
 Judgment Fund                                .600 ¢               .600 ¢              .600 ¢             .600 ¢
 Debt Service Fund                          17.581 ¢             17.581 ¢            17.581 ¢           19.281 ¢
 Redevelopment Fund                           .894 ¢               .894 ¢              .894 ¢            1.594 ¢
                                            43.387 ¢             43.387 ¢            43.387 ¢           47.587 ¢

Tax Collection Factors:
Current Year Taxes                            98.2%                 98.4%              98.4%              97.5%
Total Taxes                                  100.0%                 99.9%              99.9%               100%

Property Tax Revenue
 Current Year                      $    107,891,215         113,194,879          113,194,879        125,650,524
 Prior Year                               2,021,690           1,695,281            1,695,281          1,883,742
Total Property Tax Revenue         $    109,912,905         114,890,160          114,890,160        127,534,266


Payments in Lieu of Taxes:
 Metropolitan Utilities District   $      5,714,591             6,055,000          5,600,000          5,600,000
 Omaha Public Power District                184,130               376,531            268,531            193,981
 N. Ponca                                         -                 3,300
 Total In Lieu of Tax              $      5,898,721             6,434,831          5,868,531          5,793,981


Total Property and In
 Lieu of Tax Revenue               $    115,811,626         121,324,991          120,758,691        133,328,247


Distribution of Property Tax Revenue:

 General Fund                      $     67,412,699            70,648,178         70,081,878         76,025,657
 Judgment Fund                            1,521,139             1,594,024          1,594,024          1,601,004
 Debt Service Fund                       44,611,291            46,707,716         46,707,716         51,448,253
 Redevelopment Fund                       2,266,497             2,375,073          2,375,073          4,253,333
                                   $    115,811,626         121,324,991          120,758,691        133,328,247




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                                                       SUMMARY OF REVENUES

Summary of Source of Revenue - All City Funds                                                                      D-1
       Fund                                                                                                    Schedule No.

                                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                                Sch.           2008            2009             2009              2010
                                                Ref.           Actual        Budgeted          Revised          Budgeted

GENERAL FUND CARRY-OVER                      D-2          $     2,659,322      3,896,110         3,896,110        1,873,465
TAXES
   General Property Taxes                    D                109,912,905    114,890,160      114,890,160       127,534,266
   Motor Vehicle Taxes                       D-2                9,374,405      9,020,000        8,900,000         9,300,000
   City Sales and Use Tax                    D-2              121,532,793    128,087,500      119,525,978       122,954,000
   Utility Occupation Taxes                  D-2               20,069,033     19,636,000       20,386,000        21,000,000
FEES
   Use fees, Concessions and Commissions                        9,608,970      8,943,086       10,022,350        11,196,797
   Cable Television Franchise Fee            D-2                4,727,391      4,725,000        5,000,000         5,750,000
   Hotel/Motel Occupation Fees               B-2,17/D-2         8,530,369      5,275,000        8,342,198         9,803,485
   Keno Lottery Proceeds                     B-10               3,926,880      3,637,746        3,489,179         3,489,179
   Keno Administrative Fee                   D-2                  614,763        574,595          545,865           562,000
   Library Fines and Fees                    D-3                  404,149        411,000          411,000           415,000
   Business Licenses and Fees                D-2                8,019,091      8,437,700        6,728,680         8,544,362
   City Motor Vehicle Registration Fees      B-4               15,525,838     15,489,687       15,530,000        15,550,000
   Sewer Service Charges                     B-39              39,458,475     45,321,902       44,146,861        48,557,320
   Entertainment Tax                         D-2                        -              -                -               -
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
   Grants & Reimbursements                                        209,662        752,000          502,000           349,500
   State Tax Distribution                    D-2                3,563,312      3,600,000        3,600,000         3,600,000
   Tax Allocation Revenue                    B-22               2,270,964      2,110,000        2,110,000         2,020,964
   State Cigarette Tax                       B-22               1,500,000      1,500,000        1,500,000         1,500,000
   State Turn Back Revenue                   B-14/21            2,671,928      2,752,085        2,760,377         2,743,475
   Douglas County Library Property Tax       B-13               1,380,478      1,552,143        1,370,524         1,205,040
   Payments in Lieu of Taxes                 D                  5,898,721      6,434,831        5,868,531         5,793,981
   State Shared Vehicle Use Tax              B-5               29,459,975     28,387,176       28,500,000        28,215,000
CHARGES FOR SERVICES                                           40,386,579     45,822,293       39,811,808        39,745,831
OTHER
   Miscellaneous Revenue                                        2,076,516      2,633,742         3,739,152        1,749,464
   Interest Earnings                                            6,661,277      4,792,401         4,637,911        5,238,008
   Rent and Royalties                                             451,749      1,216,280           615,898          769,000
   Special Assessments                                          1,126,492      1,598,200         1,448,200        1,127,500
   Annexed Area Assets                                         10,629,375              -                 -                -
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
     Contribution Revenue                                      10,741,536      4,755,651       27,800,461        13,210,901
     Proceeds from Sale of Bonds and Notes                    146,111,671    185,810,150      114,556,166        91,915,265
      Total All City Funds                                    619,504,619    662,062,438      600,635,409       585,713,803

City Funds:
General                                      D-2          $   271,674,396    280,600,749      271,285,579       280,838,189
Special Revenue                              D-3               65,027,545     63,380,608       62,691,363        63,512,281
Debt Service                                 D-4              190,955,363     58,829,615       58,829,615        65,319,819
Capital Projects                             D-5               30,124,024    120,658,167      108,361,917        59,227,432
Special Assessments                          B-38                 980,605        827,500        1,052,500           727,500
Utility and Enterprise                       D-6               60,742,686    137,765,799       98,414,435       116,088,582
  Total All City Funds                                    $   619,504,619    662,062,438      600,635,409       585,713,803




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                                            SUMMARY OF REVENUES

General                                                                                               D-2
     Fund                                                                                         Schedule No.

                                                                              P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                            2008               2009                2009              2010
                                           Actual            Budgeted            Revised           Budgeted
                                       updatedupdated      updated            updated
Initial Credit, Prior Year's
  General Fund Balance                 $      2,659,322           3,896,110       3,896,110          1,873,465

General Property Taxes:
 Current Year                                60,460,314          63,428,978      63,428,978         69,322,427
 Prior Year                                   1,134,597             950,000         950,000          1,000,230
      Total Property Tax                     61,594,911          64,378,978      64,378,978         70,322,657

Motor Vehicle Taxes                           9,374,405           9,020,000       8,900,000          9,300,000

City Sales & Use Tax                        131,801,802      136,087,500        127,525,978        130,454,000
 Less: LB 775 Refunds                       (10,269,009)      (8,000,000)       (8,000,000.0)       (7,500,000)
   Net Sales Tax                            121,532,793      128,087,500        119,525,978        122,954,000

Intergovernmental Revenues:
  State Tax Distribution LB 816               3,563,312           3,600,000       3,600,000          3,600,000
  Payments In Lieu of Taxes
      MUD                                     5,714,591           6,055,000       5,600,000          5,600,000
      OPPD                                      103,197             211,000         103,000            103,000
      Ponca                                           -               3,300               -                  -
      Sewer Revenue                                   -                   -               -                  -
        Total In Lieu of Taxes                5,817,788           6,269,300       5,703,000          5,703,000

Utility Occupation Fees
 Telephone Companies                         15,932,992          15,750,000      16,500,000         16,500,000
 Omaha Public Power District                  4,136,041           3,886,000       3,886,000          4,500,000
         Total Occupation Fees               20,069,033          19,636,000      20,386,000         21,000,000

Business Usage Fees
  Vehicle Rental Occupation Fee               2,231,253           2,225,000       1,689,000          2,000,000
  Cable Television Franchise Fee              4,727,391           4,725,000       5,000,000          5,750,000
  Hotel/Motel Occupation Tax                  5,169,590           5,275,000       4,587,704          5,400,000
  Gas Franchise Tax                             132,773             119,500         119,500            120,000
  Keno Administrative Fee                       614,763             574,595         545,865            562,000
  Stadium and Vending Concession Fee            108,987             100,000         100,000            100,000
        Total Business Usage Fees            12,984,757          13,019,095      12,042,069         13,932,000

Licenses and Permits:
   Business
    Intrusion Alarm Permits & Penalties       1,009,287           1,117,000         822,785          1,420,000
    Beer and Liquor Permits                     593,464             560,000         681,000            681,000
    Other Fees & Permits                        668,897             705,700         861,729            643,362
        Total Business Permits          $     2,271,648           2,382,700       2,365,514          2,744,362




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                                                 SUMMARY OF REVENUES

General                                                                                                 D-2 (cont)
     Fund                                                                                              Schedule No.

                                                                                   P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                          Sch.       2008             2009              2009              2010
                                          Ref.       Actual         Budgeted          Revised           Budgeted

Building and Planning
    Building                                     $    3,025,816       3,149,000        2,229,659          3,200,000
    Electrical                                          772,788         674,000          554,706            730,000
    Plumbing & Water                                    687,300         805,000          550,593            685,000
    Air conditioning/air distribution                   788,739         825,000          656,629            785,000
   Other related building permits/costs                 472,800         602,000          371,578            400,000
        Total Building & Planning                     5,747,443       6,055,000        4,363,165          5,800,000
        Total Licenses & Permits                      8,019,091       8,437,700        6,728,679          8,544,362

Charges for Services
   Rural Fire District Reimbursement                  5,843,998       5,492,005        5,492,005          4,910,415
   Rescue Squad Fees                                  5,229,869       4,400,000        6,433,300          6,500,000
   Vehicle Impound Lot                                3,145,840       3,210,000        3,000,000          2,500,000
   Parking Meters                                     1,492,693       1,600,000        1,600,000          1,600,000
   Ticket Surcharge                                     724,950         490,000          490,000            500,000
   Violations Bureau                                    364,931         320,000          300,000            300,000
   Current Planning Fees                                207,756         263,300          155,000            210,000
   Area and Subway                                      145,205         140,000          150,000            150,000
   Stadium                                               53,198         127,000           69,000             70,000
   Parks & Recreation Fees                            2,363,538       2,476,000        2,175,000          2,250,000
   Public Safety                                        387,582         249,000          256,509            300,000
   Other                                                 99,095         127,669          204,491             95,837
       Total Charges for Services                    20,058,655      18,894,974       20,325,305         19,386,252

Miscellaneous Revenue
   Safety Training Option Program                       443,089         315,000          405,434            450,000
   CDBG Indirect Cost                                   100,000         100,000          100,000            100,000
   Other Miscellaneous Revenue                          747,279       1,973,692        2,249,478            602,453
        Total Miscellaneous Revenue                   1,290,368       2,388,692        2,754,912          1,152,453

Interest Earnings                                     3,847,009       2,825,400        2,825,400          2,850,000

Rents and Royalties                                    104,960         147,000           219,148            220,000

Revenue from Annexation                                757,992                 -               -                   -

        Total Revenue                            $ 271,674,396      280,600,749      271,285,579        280,838,189




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                                              SUMMARY OF REVENUES

Special Revenue                                                                                     D-3
       Fund                                                                                     Schedule No.

                                                                            P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                       Sch.        2008          2009            2009              2010
                                       Ref.        Actual      Budgeted         Revised          Budgeted

Stadium Revenue Fund                  B-2            909,777    1,880,000        1,511,200         1,921,110
Judgment:                             B-3
   Property Tax Revenue
     Current Year                              $   1,492,224    1,565,432        1,565,432         1,573,777
     Prior Year                                       26,369       23,396           23,396            24,685
   Payments in Lieu of Taxes                           2,546        5,196            5,196             2,542
   Miscellaneous                                         285            -                -                 -
     Total Judgment                   B-3      $   1,521,424    1,594,024        1,594,024         1,601,004

City Street Maintenance               B-4      $ 18,429,861    18,439,687       18,505,000        18,550,000
Street & Highway Allocation           B-5        31,827,209    28,950,667       29,038,491        28,909,017
Cash Reserve Fund                     B-6           168,683       200,000          165,000           165,000
Keno/Lottery Reserve Fund             B-7           179,019       145,698           94,986            78,856
Interceptor Sanitary Sewer
  Improvement                         B-9          1,835,973    1,900,000        1,900,000         1,900,000
Omaha Keno/Lottery Fund               B-10         3,926,880    3,637,746        3,489,179         3,489,179
Library Fines and Fees                B-11           404,149      411,000          411,000           415,000
SID Administrative Fee                B-12            77,778      110,000           99,000           110,000
Douglas County Library Supplement
    Fund                              B-13        1,380,478     1,552,143        1,370,524         1,205,040
State Turnback Revenue Fund           B-14          267,193       275,208          283,500           292,005
Western Heritage Special Revenue      B-15          399,929       119,000           94,215            86,875
Park Development Fund                 B-16               10       110,000                 -           10,000
Convention and Tourism                B-17        2,850,341     2,888,435        2,833,244         3,123,435
Storm Water Fee Revenue               B-18          710,508       735,000          720,000         1,046,760
Household Hazardous Waste             B-19          138,333       432,000          432,000           409,000
Pedestrian Trail Bridge - Joint Use   B-20                 -          -            150,000           200,000
                                               $ 65,027,545    63,380,608       62,691,363        63,512,281




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                                          SUMMARY OF REVENUES

Debt Service                                                                                         D-4
       Fund                                                                                     Schedule No.
                                          updated          updated          updated            updated
                                                                           P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                   Sch.        2008            2009              2009              2010
Debt Service:                      Ref.        Actual        Budgeted          Revised           Budgeted
Property Tax Revenue
  Current Year                             $ 43,715,220       45,868,177       45,868,177         50,573,319
  Prior Year                                     821,477         686,961          686,961            793,248
  Payments in Lieu of Taxes                       74,595         152,578          152,578             81,686
Interest Income                   B-21           252,096         100,000          100,000            150,000
Special Assessments               B-21           696,755         870,700          870,700            600,000
Annexed Area Assets               B-21         9,871,383               -                -                  -
State Turn Back Revenue           B-21         2,404,735       2,476,877        2,476,877          2,451,470
Surface Parking                   B-21         1,328,971       1,243,110        1,243,110          1,328,971
Seat Tax                          B-21           544,926         427,038          427,038            544,927
Proceeds from Bond Sales          B-21        83,628,251               -                -                  -
                                           $ 143,338,410      51,825,441       51,825,441         56,523,621
Redevelopment:
Property Tax Revenue
 Current Year                     B-22     $   2,223,457       2,332,392        2,332,392          4,181,001
 Prior Year                       B-22            39,247          34,924           34,924             65,579
 Payments in Lieu of Taxes        B-22             3,793           7,757            7,757              6,753
Tax Allocation Revenue            B-22         2,270,964       2,110,000        2,110,000          2,020,964
State Cigarette Tax               B-22         1,500,000       1,500,000        1,500,000          1,500,000
Matching Contributions            B-22           141,176         194,101          194,101            196,901
Naming Rights-Convention Center   B-22           825,000         825,000          825,000            825,000
Land Sales                        B-22            77,500               -                -                  -
Bond Sales                        B-22        40,535,816               -                -                  -
                                           $ 47,616,953        7,004,174        7,004,174          8,796,198
  Total                                    $ 190,955,363      58,829,615       58,829,615         65,319,819




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                                           SUMMARY OF REVENUES

Capital Projects                                                                                    D-5
        Fund                                                                                    Schedule No.

                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                         Sch.       2008           2009             2009           2010
                                         Ref.       Actual       Budgeted          Revised       Budgeted
Bond Funds:
2000 Street & Highway Bond               B-23   $      364,786             -                -              -
2006 Street & Highway Bond               B-24       10,185,353     8,267,000       18,180,000     16,984,000
2006 Sewer Bond                          B-25          443,089       965,000        1,765,000      1,785,000
2000 Park & Recreation Bond              B-26          194,051             -          100,000              -
2006 Park & Recreation Bond              B-27        4,432,516     5,410,000        6,471,000      4,445,000
2006 Public Safety Bond                  B-28        3,921,000     1,690,000        1,380,500        365,000
1998 Public Facility Bond/Training Ctr   B-29                -             -           14,691              -
2006 Public Facility Bond                B-31        3,200,000     1,740,000        1,740,000      2,600,000
Capital Improvements                     B-32        3,210,884     1,750,000        5,028,893              -
Advance Acquisition                      B-33          344,200             -                -              -
Downtown Stadium Fund                    B-34                -    99,340,000       72,083,666     32,371,265
Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion
 and Improvement                         B-35           36,541        33,167           33,167         33,167
Library Facilities Capital Fund          B-36        3,791,604     1,463,000        1,565,000        644,000


   Total                                        $   30,124,024   120,658,167      108,361,917     59,227,432


                                           SUMMARY OF REVENUES
Utility and Enterprise                                                                              D-6
         Fund                                                                                   Schedule No.
                                                                               P-R-O-J-E-C-T-E-D
                                         Sch.       2008           2009             2009           2010
                                         Ref.       Actual       Budgeted          Revised       Budgeted

Sewer Revenue                            B-39   $ 40,428,634     115,931,355       78,348,778     94,517,320
Air Quality Control Revenue              B-40        488,040         636,548          636,548        658,366
Compost Operations Revenue               B-41        995,627         939,732          989,896        979,089
Marina Revenue Fund                      B-42        550,235       1,357,280          534,750      1,187,000
Lewis and Clark Landing                  B-43         38,350          31,550           31,550         35,000
Golf Revenue                             B-44      3,441,617       3,883,443        3,883,443      4,245,622
Tennis Revenue                           B-45        267,683         253,897          259,897        258,545
Parking Facilities Revenue               B-46      4,124,850       4,063,000        4,050,000      4,213,000
Printing & Graphics Services             B-47        543,338         540,000          529,200        540,000
Convention Center Hotel Revenue          B-48      9,715,892       9,982,994        9,000,373      9,304,640
City Wide Sports Revenue                 B-49        148,420         146,000          150,000        150,000
   Total                                        $ 60,742,686     137,765,799       98,414,435    116,088,582




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                                    SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES TO
                                    2010 REVENUE PROJECTIONS
GENERAL FUND

Property Taxes:

      The 2010 Budget provides for a total property tax levy of 45.787 cents per $100 of assessed
      valuation. This is an increase of 4.2 cents over the 2009 rate. The General Fund has
      increased 1.8 cents; Debt Service has been increased by 1.7 cents; and Redevelopment Debt
      Service has been increased by 0.7 cents.
      Tangible property valuations shown in paragraph 3 below are the basis for calculating probable
      2010 property tax receipts. Comparative valuation figures shown in Schedule D for the year
      2008 and as revised for 2009 reflect the valuations upon which tangible taxes for these years
      were based. Actual tangible property tax receipts for 2008 and those estimated for 2009 and
      2010 are based on the following tax rates:
                                                       No. of Cents per $100
                                                        of Assessed Value
             Fund:                     2008                   2009                    2010
             General                       24.312¢               24.312¢                    26.112¢
             Debt Service                  17.581¢               17.581¢                    19.281¢
             Judgment                        .600¢                  .600¢                      .600¢
             Redevelopment                   .894¢                  .894¢                     1.594¢
               Total Levy                  43.387¢               43.387¢                    47.587¢

      The 2010 taxable values detailed below were calculated taking into account actual property
      valuations and growth rates for the past six years and information received from the County
      Assessor's Office.

                                        2009               2010                        %
      Tangible Properties:            Certified           Certified                 Change
            Real Estate    $         24,851,524,870 $    25,148,357,122             1.19%
            Personal Property         1,658,411,000       1,929,355,078             16.34%
                           $         26,509,935,870 $    27,077,712,200             2.14%


                                               Property Tax (all funds)
                         $140,000
                         $120,000
         Total Revenue
          (Thousands)




                         $100,000
                          $80,000
                          $60,000
                          $40,000
                          $20,000
                               $0




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General Fund Continued

Motor Vehicle Taxes:
     Under provisions of LB271 passed by the Nebraska Legislature during its 1997 Session, beginning in
     1998, motor vehicles are being taxed on the basis of age rather than value. Revenues from motor
     vehicle taxes for 2010 are projected to be $9,300,000.


                                                                           Motor Vehicle Tax
                                                  $9,500,000

                                                  $9,300,000

               Total                              $9,100,000
              Revenue
                                                  $8,900,000

                                                  $8,700,000

                                                  $8,500,000
                                                                  2002 2003    2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010




Sales Tax:

     The City sales tax rate of 1.5% authorized under the provisions of the Nebraska Revenue Act of 1967,
     has remained unchanged since July 1, 1978.
     It is anticipated that the economy for the balance of 2009 will continue to be uncertain. The sales tax
     receipts for 2009 and 2010 are projected to be $119,525,978 and $122,954,000, respectively, net of
     LB 775 sales tax refunds. The 2010 net projection is 1.17% higher than actual 2008 receipts.

                                                                              Sales & Use Tax
                                                $130,000
                    Total Revenue (Thousands)




                                                $120,000

                                                $110,000

                                                $100,000

                                                 $90,000
                                                           2002     2003    2004    2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010




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                                                       SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES TO
                                                     2010 REVENUE PROJECTIONS

General Fund Continued

Utility Occupation Taxes:

    The telephone company occupation tax rate is 6.25%. This tax is based on the sales of communications
    services within the corporate limits of the City of Omaha. Receipts are projected at $16,500,000 for 2010,
    which is a 3.6% increase over actual revenues for 2008.

    The O. P. P. D. occupation tax rate is 5% of revenues resulting from the sale of electricity within the
    corporate limits of the City of Omaha. This estimate is based upon the assumption that 2010 weather
    conditions will be normal.
                                                                                              Cable Television Franchise Fee
Cable Television Franchise Fee:
                                                                                          $7,000
    The cable television franchise fee rate is 5% of                                      $6,000
                                                                          Total Revenue
                                                                           (Thousands)
    gross receipts generated from the operation of                                        $5,000
    cable television systems within the City of                                           $4,000
    Omaha. Cable price increases are expected to                                          $3,000
    result in franchise fee increases of 15% over                                         $2,000
    2009 projected revenue.                                                               $1,000
                                                                                             $0
                                                                                                   2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Vehicle Occupation Tax:


                           Vehicle Occupation Tax                             Beginning July 1, 2008, the Vehicle Occupation Tax
                               (General Fund)                                 increased from $6 to $8 per rental. The additional
                                                                              revenue generated will be used to fund the new
                  $2,500                                                      stadium planned for 2011. Revenue for the stadium
                  $2,000
                                                                              from vehicle rentals is projected at $540,000 for 2009
  Total Revenue
   (Thousands)




                                                                              and $571,110 for 2010. This incremental revenue will
                  $1,500                                                      be credited to the Stadium Revenue Fund.
                  $1,000
                   $500
                     $0
                           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010




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General Fund Continued

Hotel/Motel Occupation Tax:

     The Hotel/Motel Occupation Tax rate was increased from 4% to 5 1/2% as of August 1, 2008. We are
     projecting that $5,400,000 will be generated by Hotel/Motel Occupation taxes in 2010 for the General
     Fund (4% rate); another $1,350,000 for the Stadium Revenue Fund (1%); and $675,000 for Greater
     Omaha Convention and Visitors' Bureau (.5%)

                                                                   Hotel/Motel Occupation Tax
                                                                         (General Fund)
                                                 $6,000
                     Total Revenue (Thousands)




                                                 $5,000
                                                 $4,000
                                                 $3,000
                                                 $2,000
                                                 $1,000
                                                    $0
                                                          2002   2003   2004   2005    2006   2007   2008   2009   2010




Non-Business License and Permits:

     The revenue projections for 2010 assume that revenues from the issuance of building and related
     permits will continue to be slightly below 2008 levels due to current economic conditions.

In Lieu of Taxes:

     Receipts from the 2% In Lieu of Tax levied on revenues generated from the sale of gas and water
     within the City of Omaha by Metropolitan Utilities District during 2010 are expected to be about the
     same as 2009, due to the decrease in the cost of gas and water.

Interest Earnings:

     The revenue budget for 2010 assumes a rate of return of 2.28% on an average daily balance available
     for investment of $125,000,000. The revenue estimates and the rate of return are both dependent upon
     market conditions.




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Other Funds



SEWER REVENUE FUND

     Revenue estimates are developed by rates set by City ordinance applied to the number of customers
     and projected flow and loadings. Annual rate increases have been approved through 2014. The
     revenue increase is estimated at 9% over the revised 2009 projection.

STREET AND HIGHWAY ALLOCATION FUND

     Revenue sources include state shared vehicle registration fees, motor vehicle fees, vehicle sales tax
     and gasoline tax.Revenue estimates for 2010 assume increasing gasoline prices, reduced consumption
     and mileage, and average automobile sales. During 2007, the Legislature passed LB 305 which
     allocates sales tax from the sale of leased motor vehicles previously allocated to the state's general
     fund to the Street and Highway Trust Fund.

CITY STREET MAINTENANCE FUND

     Revenue sources include street cut fees and the Wheel Tax which is currently $35.00 per passenger
     vehicle with a graduated schedule for larger vehicles. These fees are projected to generate
     $18,550,000 annually for street maintenance and repairs. In fall, 2006, the Wheel Tax was expanded
     to include vehicles registered outside the City limits, but within the City's three-mile zoning jurisdiction.

OMAHA KENO/LOTTERY FUND

     Revenue estimates in this fund represent the City of Omaha's share of keno revenues expected to be
     generated under the 2005 amended agreement entered into by the City with Big Red Keno (EHPV
     Lottery Services LLC). Revenue estimates project city-wide keno gross receipts of $54,500,000 for
     both 2009 and 2010. Required statutory and contractual payments have been deducted from the
     revenue amounts reflected on Schedules D-3 and B-10 before distribution to the City's selected
     projects. The City's portion of gross receipts is 5.85% and the Douglas County's portion is 3.9% for the
     first $3 million distributed. Effective June 1, 2009 a smoking ban was implemented statewide which has
     impacted the gross receipts
DOUGLAS COUNTY LIBRARY SUPPLEMENT FUND

     This revenue source is the City of Omaha's estimated share of the property tax levy assessed on
     Douglas County residents living in unincorporated areas to provide county-wide funding for the Omaha
     Public Library System. The 2010 receipts from this revenue are estimated to be $1,205,040.




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                                                  CITY OF OMAHA IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
                                                     BUDGET FORM CV SCHEDULE A

                                                  2007             2008              2009             2009             2010
Calculation of Restricted Funds                   Actual           Actual           Budget           Revised          Budget
Total Property Tax Requirements:
  General Fund                               $    60,919,217       61,594,911       64,378,978       64,378,978       70,322,657
  Judgment Fund                                    1,331,565        1,518,593        1,588,828        1,588,828        1,598,462
  Debt Service Fund                               39,700,167       44,536,697       46,555,138       46,555,138       51,366,567
  Redevelopment Debt Service Fund                  1,984,032        2,262,704        2,367,316        2,367,316        4,246,580
 Total Property Tax Requirements                 103,934,981      109,912,905      114,890,260      114,890,260      127,534,266

Homestead Exemption:
  General Fund                                     Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above
  Judgment Fund                                    Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above
  Debt Service Fund                                Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above
  Redevelopment Debt Service Fund                  Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above
  Total Homestead Exemption                                 -                -                -                -                -

Motor Vehicle Taxes:
  General Fund                                     8,825,629        9,374,405        9,020,000        8,900,000        9,300,000

Pro Rata Motor Vehicle Taxes:
  General Fund                                     Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above       Inc. Above

In Lieu of Tax Payments:
   General Fund:
      Metropolitan Utilities District              5,229,233        5,714,591        6,055,000        5,600,000        5,600,000
      Omaha Public Power District                    174,096          103,197          211,000          103,000          103,000
      N. Ponca                                         3,085                -            3,300                -                -
   Judgment Fund:
      Omaha Public Power District                      4,297             2,546           5,196            5,196            2,542
   Debt Service Fund:
      Omaha Public Power District                   125,896             74,595        152,578          152,578            81,686
   Redevelopment Debt Service Fund:
      Omaha Public Power District                      6,402            3,793            7,757            7,757            6,753
       Total In Lieu of Tax Payments               5,543,008        5,898,722        6,434,831        5,868,531        5,793,981

Local Option Sales Tax:
  General Fund                                   118,680,986      121,532,793      128,087,500      119,525,978      122,954,000

State Turn Back Revenue                             799,636         2,671,928        2,752,085        2,760,377        2,743,475

State Cigarette Tax - LB 657                       1,500,000        1,500,000        1,500,000        1,500,000        1,500,000

Highway Allocation:
  Street & Highway Allocation                     28,368,167       29,459,975       28,387,176       28,500,000       28,215,000

State Aid to Municipalities:
  General Fund - LB 816                            3,797,693        3,563,312        3,600,000        3,600,000        3,600,000
  General Fund - LB 968                                    -                -                -                -                -

M.I.R.F.                                                   -                 -               -                 -               -

Transfer of Surplus Fees (City of Elkhorn)                 -           757,992               -                 -               -

Net Total Restricted Funds                   $ 271,450,100      $ 284,672,032    $ 294,671,852    $ 285,545,146    $ 301,640,722




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                              CITY OF OMAHA IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
                                 BUDGET FORM CV SCHEDULE B

                                                         2009 Amount   2010 Amount
                                                           Budgeted      Budgeted
Lid Exceptions                                             to Spend      to Spend
Capital Improvements:
    Planning Department:
         Housing and Community Development                   292,000       292,000
  Lease Purchase                                           6,685,359     6,379,942
Street & Highway Allocation Fund:
    Traffic Signals                                        1,400,000      100,000
    Street Construction                                      100,000      649,205
    Traffic Calming Program                                   50,000      200,000
    Facility Improvements                                        -            -

       Total Capital Improvements                          8,527,359     7,621,147

Bond Indebtedness:
   Bond Principal:
       Debt Service                                       30,743,269    29,214,194
       Redevelopment Debt Service                          2,332,837     3,566,492

       Total Bond Principal                               33,076,106    32,780,686

 Bond Interest:
      Debt Service                                        24,748,191    25,702,425
      Redevelopment Debt Service                           5,466,159     5,830,783

       Total Bond Interest                                30,214,350    31,533,208

       Total Bond Indebtedness                            63,290,456    64,313,894




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                          CITY OF OMAHA IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
                        BUDGET FORM CV SCHEDULE B (Continued)

                                                                  2009 Amount   2010 Amount
                                                                    Budgeted      Budgeted
Lid Exceptions                                                      to Spend      to Spend
lnterlocal Cooperative Service Agreements:
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Sheriff Interlocal Agreement                               4,001,161     4,121,196
     City of Omaha / Sarpy County / Ralston / Papillion /
     Washington County:
         Sheriff Interlocal Agreements                              2,698,458     2,779,411
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         E911 Center Agreement                                      4,225,745     4,225,800
     City of Omaha / Millard Suburban Fire Protection:
         Fire Protection District Number 1 Agreement                5,357,762     3,622,062
     City of Omaha / Elkhorn Rural Fire District
         Fire Protection Agreement                                  3,208,565     1,467,479
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Library Agreement                                          9,186,459    10,224,904
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Juvenile Detention                                          165,000       200,000
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Jail Services                                              6,431,608     4,900,000
     City of Omaha / Douglas County / DOT.Comm:
         DOT.Comm                                                   5,667,086     5,808,919
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Purchasing Division                                         245,838            -
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Parks Division                                              354,874       333,924
     City of Omaha / Douglas County / Omaha-Douglas
     Public Building Commission:
      Omaha-Douglas Public Building Commission                      1,426,789     1,469,593
     City of Omaha / Douglas County:
         Convention-Visitors Bureau                                  500,000       500,000
     City of Omaha / Omaha Public Power District (OPPD):
         OPPD Street Lighting                                      11,711,496    12,163,446
     City of Omaha / Elkhorn Public Schools
         Common Ground Community Center                             1,095,318      895,610
     City of Omaha/ Omaha Public Schools:
         Saddlebrook Library/ Community Ctr/ School                       -        726,848
     City of Omaha/ Douglas County/ Sarpy County
         Solid Waste Landfill                                             -       2,574,383
     City of Omaha / Omaha Housing Authority (OHA):
         OHA Vehicle Maintenance                                      60,000       179,036

       Total lnterlocal Agreements                                 56,336,159    56,192,611

Judgments:

   Judgments, Claims and Court Costs                                1,777,167     2,110,607




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                                             City of Omaha in Douglas County
                                             LC-3 SUPPORTING SCHEDULE

                                                 Calculation of Restricted Funds
Total Personal and Real Property Tax Requirements                                               (1)   $     127,534,266
Motor Vehicle Pro-Rate                                                                          (2)   $               -
In-Lieu of Tax Payments                                                                         (3)   $       5,793,981

Prior Year Budgeted Capital Improvements that were excluded from Restricted Funds.
      Prior Year 2008-2009 Capital Improvements Excluded from Re-
      stricted Funds (From 2008-2009 LC-3 Lid Exceptions, Line (17))             $   8,527,359 (4)
      LESS: Amount Spent During 2008-2009                                        $   8,527,359 (5)
      LESS: Amount Expected to be Spent in Future Budget Years                                 (6)
Amount to be included on 2009-2010 Restricted Funds ( Cannot Be A Negative Number)              (7)   $               -
Motor Vehicle Tax                                                                               (8)   $       9,300,000
Local Option Sales Tax                                                                          (9)   $     122,954,000
Transfers of Surplus Fees                                                                      (10)   $               -
Highway Allocation and Incentives                                                              (11)   $      28,215,000
MIRF                                                                                           (12)   $               -
State Cigarette Tax - LB 657                                                                   (13)
State Turnback Revenue                                                                         (14)
State Aid (State Statute Section 77-27,136)                                                    (15)   $          3,600,000


      TOTAL RESTRICTED FUNDS (A)                                                               (16) $      297,397,247

                                                          LC-3 Lid Exceptions
      Capital Improvements (Real Property and Improvements
        on Real Property)                                                        $   7,621,147 (17)
      LESS: Amount of prior year capital improvements that were
      excluded from previous lid calculations but were not spent and now
      budgeted this fiscal year (cannot exclude same capital
      improvements from more than one lid calculation.)
      Agrees to Line (6).                                                                      (18)
Allowable Capital Improvements                                                                 (19) $            7,621,147
Bonded Indebtedness                                                                            (20) $           64,313,894
Public Facilities Construction Projects (Statutes 72-2301 to 72-2308)                          (21) $                    -
Interlocal Agreements/Joint Public Agency Agreements                                           (22) $           56,192,611
Public Safety Communication Project (Statute 86-416)                                           (23) $                    -
Payments to Retire Interest-Free Loans from the Department of Aeronautics
   (Public Airports Only)                                                                      (24) $                    -

Judgments                                                                                      (25) $            2,110,607
Refund of Property Taxes to Taxpayers                                                          (26)
Repairs to Infrastructure Damaged by a Natural Disaster                                        (27)

      TOTAL LID EXCEPTIONS (B)                                                                 (28) $      130,238,259
                 TOTAL 2009-2010 RESTRICTED FUNDS
                          For Lid Computation
                    (To Line 9 of the LC-3 Lid Form)
       To Calculate: Total Restricted Funds (A) MINUS Total Lid Exceptions (B)                        $    167,158,988

Total 2009-2010 Restricted Funds for Lid Computation cannot be less than zero.                            See
Instruction Manual on completing the LC-3 Supporting Schedule.

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STATE OF NEBRASKA
2009-2010 LC-3 LID COMPUTATION FORM

                                                    City of Omaha
                                                            IN
                                                    Douglas County


                    COMPUTATION OF LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010

                 2008-2009 RESTRICTED FUNDS AUTHORITY OPTION 1 OR OPTION 2

                                                         OPTION 1

2008-2009 Restricted Funds Authority (Base Amount) = Line (8) from last year's LC-3 Form                     208,678,710
                                                                                                            Option 1 - (1)



                 OPTION 2 - Only use if a vote was taken at a townhall meeting to exceed Lid for one year

Line (1) of 2008-2009 Lid Computation Form
                                                                                   Option 2 - (A)
Allowable Percent Increase Less Vote Taken
    (From 2008-2009 Lid Computation Form Line (6) - Line (5))                                       %
                                                                                   Option 2 - (B)
Dollar Amount of Allowable Increase Excluding the vote taken
   Line (A) X Line (B)                                                                          -
                                                                                   Option 2 - (C)
Calculated 2008-2009 Restricted Funds Authority (Base Amount) =
   Line (A) Plus Line (C)                                                                                                -
                                                                                                            Option 2 - (1)




                                    ALLOWABLE INCREASES
1   BASE LIMITATION PERCENT INCREASE (2.5%)                                                   2.50 %
                                                                                        (2)

2    ALLOWABLE GROWTH PER THE ASSESSOR MINUS 2.5%                                                   %
                                                                                        (3)
        392,975,745.00     /    26,509,935,870.00 =             1.48        %
    Growth per Assessor          2008 Valuation            Multiply times
                                                           100 To get %


3   ADDITIONAL ONE PERCENT COUNCIL/BOARD APPROVED INCREASE                                    1.00 %
                                                                                        (4)
               6           /            6            =         100.00      %
    # of Board Members         Total # of Members         Must be at least
       voting "Yes" for        in Governing Body          .75 (75%) of the
           Increase                                       Governing Body

ATTACH A COPY OF THE BOARD MINUTES APPROVING THE INCREASE




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2009-2010 LC-3 LID COMPUTATION FORM

                                                         City of Omaha

                                                                IN
                                                         Douglas County


            SPECIAL ELECTION/TOWNHALL MEETING - VOTER
    4
            APPROVED % INCREASE                                                       -   %
                                                                                (5)
Please Attach Ballot Sample and Election Results OR Record of Action From Townhall Meeting

TOTAL ALLOWABLE PERCENT INCREASE = Line (2) + Line (3) + Line (4) + Line (5)                           3.50 %
                                                                                                (6)
Allowable Dollar Amount of Increase to Restricted Funds = Line (1) x Line (6)                   7,387,837
                                                                                                (7)
Total Restricted Funds Authority = Line (1) + Line (7)                                        218,468,897
                                                                                                (8)

Less: 2009-2010 Restricted Funds from LC-3 Supporting Schedule                                167,158,988
                                                                                                (9)
Total Unused Restricted Funds Authority = Line (8) - Line (9)                                  51,309,909
                                                                                                (10)


                               LINE (10) MUST BE GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO ZERO OR
                                         YOU ARE IN VIOLATION OF THE LID LAW.


               THE AMOUNT OF UNUSED RESTRICTED FUNDS AUTHORITY ON LINE (10)
                        MUST BE PUBLISHED IN THE NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING.




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                                                                   Municipality Levy Limit Form
                                                               City of Omaha in Douglas County
                                                                                                                           Tax Request                           Calculated Levy
                                                                                                                            Subject to                            (Column H)
                                                        Judgments       Pre-Existing                       Interest Free
                                    Personal and         (Not Paid        Lease -                *           Financing
                                                                                                                            Levy Limit
                                                                                                                             (Column F)
                                                                                                                                                                   [(Column F)
                                                                                                                                                                  DIVIDED BY
                                    Real Property       by Liability     Purchase              Bonded         (Public    [(Column A) MINUS                         (Column G)
                                    Tax Request         Insurance)     Contracts-7/98       Indebtedness     Airports)    (Columns B, C, D,     Valuation        MULTIPLIED BY
Political Subdivision                (Column A)         (Column B)       (Column C)          (Column D)     (Column E)          E)]             (Column G)             100]
City/Village -                       127,534,266         2,110,607        6,379,942          64,313,894               -      54,729,823       27,077,712,200          0.202121
Others subject to allocation-
                                                                                                                                      -                                -
                                                                                                                                      -                                -
                                                                                                                                      -                                -
                                                                                                                                      -                                -

Off-Street Parking District                                                                                -
 Calculated Levy for Off-Street Parking District = (Column F) DIVIDED BY (Column G) MULTIPLIED BY 100 MULTIPLIED BY (Column G)
       DIVIDED BY (Column G {City/Village Line})                                                                                                                       -

NOTE:                                                                                                                            Total Calculated Levy                0.202121
    Municipality Levy Limit is 45 cents plus 5 cents for interlocal agreements. (77-3442)                                         [Total of (Column H)]              (Box 1)

    Total Calculated Levy can ONLY be greater than 45 cents if there is Interlocal Agreements.
                                                                                                           Tax Request to Support Interlocal Agreements             56,192,611
    The Calculated Levy for Interlocal Agreements should be the maximum of 5 cents OR LESS.                                                                          (Box 2)

    Others subject to allocation may include airport authorities, community redevelopment
    authorities, off-street parking districts, and transit authorities.                                        Calculated Levy for Interlocal Agreements              0.050000
                                                                                                            [(Box 2) DIVIDED BY (Column G {City/Village Line})       (Box 3)
                                                                                                                          MULTIPLIED BY 100]                     5 Cents or LESS


*Tax Request to Support Public Safety
Communication Projects                                                                                       Calculated Levy For Levy Limit Compliance                0.152121
                                                          (Box 5)                                                         [(Box 1) MINUS (Box 3)]                    (Box 4)

*Tax Request to Support Public Facilities
Construction Projects
                                                          (Box 6)
* State Statute Section 86-416 allows for a special tax to fund public safety communication projects. The tax has the same status as bonded indebtedness. State Statute 72-
2301 through 72-2308 allows bonds to be issued for Public Facilities Construction Projects. Amounts should be included in Bonded Indebtedness above. Please indicate the
amount specifically used for the communication project in Box 5 and the Construction Projects in Box 6. Board minutes documenting the approval of the taxes must be included.




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                                               SECTION E

                                   BUDGET APPROPRIATED



The lead schedule in this section summarizes by departments, agency and other budgetary accounts the overall
budget for 2010. The total adopted appropriations are classified in the schedule as amounts for operating
purposes, debt service and capital improvements. These amounts are shown in comparison with actual 2008
expenditures and the 2009 appropriations.


The lead schedule is followed by those reflecting a further summarization of the recommended budget. These
schedules reflect the 2010 operating appropriations for Employee Compensation (wage payments and employee
benefits), Non-Personal Services, Debt Service and Capital items for each of the departments, agencies and
accounts. Amounts proposed for these purposes are also shown in comparison with 2008 actual expenditures
and 2009 appropriations. In every instance, the fund from which appropriations were made is shown on each
schedule.


Note: The 2007 General Fund expended total of $260,372,368, includes 2007 year end encumbrances added to
the funds actually expended in 2007. This accounting method is in conformance with Government Accounting,
Auditing and Financial Reporting.




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                                      BUDGETARY ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS

Executive and Legislative                                                                             E-1
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                              Schedule No.

                                        Page            2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                      Ref.          Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Executive:                                  148
 Mayor's Office:
   Employee Compensation                          $      908,487      1,005,040      1,034,763       1,022,650
   Non-Personal Services                                  38,462         41,638         32,200          32,200
                                                         946,949      1,046,678      1,066,963       1,054,850

Executive Total                                   $      946,949      1,046,678      1,066,963       1,054,850

Legislative:
 City Council, Legislative
 & Administrative Offices:                  152
   Employee Compensation                          $    1,029,232      1,047,496      1,100,619         997,371
   Non-Personal Services                                  15,882         54,732         19,942          19,942
                                                       1,045,114      1,102,228      1,120,561       1,017,313
 City Clerk:                                155
  Employee Compensation                                  516,403        593,779       603,663         590,327
  Non-Personal Services                                   38,960         65,725        41,100          41,100
                                                         555,363        659,504       644,763         631,427

Legislative Total                                 $    1,600,477      1,761,732      1,765,324       1,648,740

Executive & Legislative Total                     $    2,547,426      2,808,410      2,832,287       2,703,590

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                               $    2,540,850      2,801,834      2,825,711       2,697,014
 Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)                  2,006          2,006          2,006           2,006
 Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                                 4,570          4,570          4,570           4,570
   Total Source of Funds                               2,547,426      2,808,410      2,832,287       2,703,590

Total Operations                                       2,547,426      2,808,410      2,832,287       2,703,590
Total Capital                                                -              -              -               -
                                                       2,547,426      2,808,410      2,832,287       2,703,590

Total Employee Compensation                            2,454,122      2,646,315      2,739,045       2,610,348
Total Non-Personal Services                               93,304        162,095         93,242          93,242
Total Capital                                                -              -              -               -
                                                  $    2,547,426      2,808,410      2,832,287       2,703,590




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Law, Human Resources, Human Rights and Relations                                                   E-2
        Department(s) or Agencies                                                             Schedule No.

                                      Page           2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                    Ref.         Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Law:                                    162
 Employee Compensation                        $     3,259,844      3,650,753      3,594,156       3,505,270
 Non-Personal Services                                162,779        187,460        229,010         229,010
                                                    3,422,623      3,838,213      3,823,166       3,734,280

Human Resources:                        168
 Employee Compensation                              1,554,151      1,657,198      1,829,131       1,785,956
 Non-Personal Services                                136,439        134,084        132,584         132,584
                                                    1,690,590      1,791,282      1,961,715       1,918,540

Human Rights and Relations:             175
 Employee Compensation                                752,427        811,330       551,476         614,920
 Non-Personal Services                                 54,748         76,350        57,350          57,350
                                                      807,175        887,680       608,826         672,270
Law, Human Resources, Human
 Rights and Relations Total                   $     5,920,388      6,517,175      6,393,707       6,325,090

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                          $      5,824,838      6,421,625      6,298,157       6,229,540
 Convention Center Hotel Revenue (Ref. B-48)           25,000         25,000         25,000          25,000
 Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                             70,550         70,550         70,550          70,550
   Total Source of Funds                            5,920,388      6,517,175      6,393,707       6,325,090

Total Operations                                    5,920,388      6,517,175      6,393,707       6,325,090
Total Capital                                             -              -              -               -
                                                    5,920,388      6,517,175      6,393,707       6,325,090

Total Employee Compensation                         5,566,422      6,119,281      5,974,763       5,906,146
Total Non-Personal Services                           353,966        397,894        418,944         418,944
Total Capital                                             -              -              -               -
                                              $     5,920,388      6,517,175      6,393,707       6,325,090




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Finance                                                                                           E-3
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                          Schedule No.

                                       Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                     Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Finance Administration:                 179
  Employee Compensation                       $      394,099        389,332       410,068          398,699
  Non-Personal Services                               22,649         22,535        16,340           16,340
                                                     416,748        411,867       426,408          415,039

Budget & Accounting:                    180
 Employee Compensation                               969,807        962,060      1,073,045       1,034,930
 Non-Personal Services                                 1,302          3,781          1,000           1,000
                                                     971,109        965,841      1,074,045       1,035,930

Revenue:                                181
 Employee Compensation                               584,302        715,020       925,268         660,943
 Non-Personal Services                                 9,961         14,852        19,064          12,886
                                                     594,263        729,872       944,332         673,829

Payroll:                                181
 Employee Compensation                               363,927        436,352       484,195         471,295
 Non-Personal Services                                   769          1,500         4,642           4,642
                                                     364,696        437,852       488,837         475,937

Finance Total                                 $    2,346,816      2,545,432      2,933,622       2,600,735
Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                          $     2,276,816      2,450,432      2,838,622       2,505,735
 Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                       20,000         20,000         20,000          20,000
 Convention Center Hotel Revenue (Ref. B-48)          50,000         75,000         75,000          75,000
   Total Source of Funds                           2,346,816      2,545,432      2,933,622       2,600,735
Total Operations                                   2,346,816      2,545,432      2,933,622       2,600,735
Total Capital                                              -              -            -                 -
                                                   2,346,816      2,545,432      2,933,622       2,600,735
Total Employee Compensation                        2,312,135      2,502,764      2,892,576       2,565,867
Total Non-Personal Services                           34,681         42,668         41,046          34,868
Total Capital                                              -              -            -                 -
                                              $    2,346,816      2,545,432      2,933,622       2,600,735




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Planning                                                                                             E-4
           Department(s) or Agencies                                                            Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Administration:                            189
 Employee Compensation                           $      306,957        290,161       341,301          334,006
 Non-Personal Services                                   33,639         20,950        23,600           23,600
 Capital                                                      -              -       250,000          250,000
                                                        340,596        311,111       614,901          607,606

Housing & Community Development:           193
 Employee Compensation                                1,087,661        970,508        933,663         912,113
 Non-Personal Services                                  309,644        228,091        227,769         227,769
 Capital                                                 61,641        292,000        292,000         292,000
                                                      1,458,946      1,490,599      1,453,432       1,431,882

Urban Planning:                            197
 Employee Compensation                                1,372,148      1,534,832      1,649,706       1,612,423
 Non-Personal Services                                  170,280         45,000         37,000          37,000
                                                      1,542,428      1,579,832      1,686,706       1,649,423

Building and Development:                  202
 Employee Compensation                                3,068,700      2,990,497      3,093,017       3,131,359
 Non-Personal Services                                  328,606        287,885        287,424         287,424
                                                      3,397,306      3,278,382      3,380,441       3,418,783
Community Development                      203
Block Grant:
  Operations - Block Grant                            1,230,976      1,419,855      2,032,102       2,032,102
  Capital - Block Grant                               5,834,192      3,980,145      3,417,898       3,417,898
                                                      7,065,168      5,400,000      5,450,000       5,450,000
Planning Total                                   $   13,804,444     12,059,924     12,585,480      12,557,694

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                              $    6,551,028      6,232,621      6,518,608       6,492,881
 General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                            61,641        292,000        292,000         292,000
 2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                        -              -        250,000         250,000
 SID Administrative Fee (Ref. B-12)                     126,607        135,303         74,872          72,813
 CDBG - Operations                                    1,230,976      1,419,855      2,032,102       2,032,102
 CDBG - Capital                                       5,834,192      3,980,145      3,417,898       3,417,898
   Total Source of Funds                             13,804,444     12,059,924     12,585,480      12,557,694

Total Operations                                      7,908,611      7,787,779      8,625,582       8,597,796
Total Capital                                         5,895,833      4,272,145      3,959,898       3,959,898
                                                     13,804,444     12,059,924     12,585,480      12,557,694

Total Employee Compensation                           5,835,466      5,785,998      6,017,687       5,989,901
Total Non-Personal Services                           2,073,145      2,001,781      2,607,895       2,607,895
Total Capital                                         5,895,833      4,272,145      3,959,898       3,959,898
                                                 $   13,804,444     12,059,924     12,585,480      12,557,694




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Parks, Recreation and Public Property                                                                   E-5
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                                Schedule No.

                                         Page         2008          2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                       Ref.       Expended     Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

Administration:                           209
 Employee Compensation                          $      346,379        334,396           403,325          393,672
 Non-Personal Services                                  13,770         19,218            18,649           18,649
                                                       360,149        353,614           421,974          412,321

Park Planning:                            212
 Employee Compensation                                 324,017        351,105           319,883         311,767
 Non-Personal Services                                  10,973         12,200            13,950          13,950
                                                       334,990        363,305           333,833         325,717

Contract Grounds Maintenance:             215
 Employee Compensation                                  48,775                  -              -                  -
 Non-Personal Services                                 430,393                  -              -                  -
                                                       479,168                  -              -                  -

Code Enforcement:                         218
 Employee Compensation                                 731,348      1,166,003          1,173,231       1,146,047
 Non-Personal Services                                 163,882        197,933            193,800         193,800
                                                       895,230      1,363,936          1,367,031       1,339,847

Parks:                                    223
 Employee Compensation                               5,741,987      5,991,033          6,398,256       6,267,530
 Non-Personal Services                               5,148,956      5,411,329          4,740,376       4,740,376
 Capital                                               236,762              -                  -               -
                                                    11,127,705     11,402,362         11,138,632      11,007,906

Recreation:                               228
 Employee Compensation                               3,679,199      3,852,590          4,186,153       4,114,804
 Non-Personal Services                                 790,648      1,255,895          1,243,345       1,243,345
                                                     4,469,847      5,108,485          5,429,498       5,358,149

City Wide Sports:                         231
 Employee Compensation                                  57,207         42,115            44,829           44,037
 Non-Personal Services                                  10,873        107,225           102,460          102,460
                                                        68,080        149,340           147,289          146,497

Tennis:                                   234
 Employee Compensation                                 145,205        166,486           163,926         159,599
 Non-Personal Services                                  83,742         87,436            89,715          89,715
                                                       228,947        253,922           253,641         249,314

2000 Park & Recreation Bond:              235
 Capital                                               935,831                  -              -                  -




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Parks, Recreation and Public Property                                                               (Continued)
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                                Schedule No.

                                         Page         2008          2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                       Ref.       Expended     Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

2006 Park & Recreation Bond:              236
 Capital                                             2,975,120      5,765,000          2,720,000       2,720,000

Park Development Fund:
 Capital                                               113,627                  -              -                  -

Marinas:                                  240
 Employee Compensation                                 140,987        134,426            202,647         199,089
 Non-Personal Services                                 247,915        237,686            317,815         317,815
 Capital                                                31,437      1,000,000            531,600         531,600
                                                       420,339      1,372,112          1,052,062       1,048,504

Lewis and Clark Landing:                  242
 Employee Compensation                                   1,288              -                 -                -
 Non-Personal Services                                  65,314         31,550            35,500           35,500
 Capital                                                 6,746              -                 -                -
                                                        73,348         31,550            35,500           35,500

Golf:                                     246
 Employee Compensation                               2,127,266      2,077,817          2,081,780       2,268,051
 Non-Personal Services                               1,008,313        995,633            912,602       1,019,647
 Capital                                                     -         29,000             29,000          29,000
                                                     3,135,579      3,102,450          3,023,382       3,316,698

Golf Concessions:                         249
 Employee Compensation                                 148,019        161,002           207,888         204,892
 Non-Personal Services                                 340,978        189,500           363,500         363,500
                                                       488,997        350,502           571,388         568,392

Sports Turf Maintenance:                  252
 Employee Compensation                                  92,545        101,856           107,353          105,727
 Non-Personal Services                                  33,657         38,300            34,800           34,800
                                                       126,202        140,156           142,153          140,527

Parking Facilities:                       255
 Employee Compensation                                 116,158        110,205            114,604         113,746
 Non-Personal Services                               2,160,084      2,010,806          2,293,891       2,293,891
 Capital                                               123,526              -                  -               -
                                                     2,399,768      2,121,011          2,408,495       2,407,637

Rosenblatt Stadium:                       258
 Employee Compensation                                 642,128        638,790            523,862         505,036
 Non-Personal Services                               1,050,770        818,390            820,661         820,661
 Capital                                                43,824         50,000             50,000          50,000
                                                     1,736,722      1,507,180          1,394,523       1,375,697
 Parks, Recreation and Public Property Total    $   30,369,649     33,384,925         30,439,401      30,452,706




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                                                                                                     E-5
Parks, Recreation and Public Property                                                            (Concluded)
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                             Schedule No.

                                         Page          2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                       Ref.        Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                              $   17,637,333     18,576,407     18,564,615      18,297,135
 General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                           249,927              -              -               -
 Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                       1,550,000      1,550,000      1,550,000       1,550,000
 Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)                14,595         14,595         14,595          14,595
 Golf Revenue (Ref. B-44)                             3,135,579      3,073,450      2,994,382       3,287,698
 Golf Revenue - Capital (Ref. B-44)                         -           29,000         29,000          29,000
 Golf Concessions (Ref. B-44)                           488,997        350,502        571,388         568,392
 Marina Revenue (Ref. B-42)                             388,902        372,112        520,462         516,904
 Marina Revenue - Capital (Ref. B-42)                    31,437      1,000,000        531,600         531,600
 Capital Projects (Ref. B-26 B-27)                    3,910,951      5,765,000      2,720,000       2,720,000
 Community Park Development (Ref. B-16)                 113,627              -              -               -
 Parking Facilities (Ref. B-46)                       2,276,242      2,121,011      2,408,495       2,407,637
 Parking Facilities - Capital (Ref. B-46)               123,526              -              -               -
 Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion &
  Improvement (Ref. B-35)                                30,659         50,000         50,000          50,000
 Tennis Revenue (Ref. B-45)                             228,947        253,922        253,641         249,314
 City Wide Sports Revenue (Ref. B-49)                    78,845        160,642        158,989         158,197
 Lewis and Clark Landing (Ref. B-43)                     66,602         31,550         35,500          35,500
 Lewis and Clark Landing - Capital (Ref. B-43)            6,746              -              -               -
 Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                          36,734         36,734         36,734          36,734
   Total Source of Funds                             30,369,649     33,384,925     30,439,401      30,452,706

Total Operations                                     25,902,776     26,540,925     27,108,801      27,122,106
Total Capital                                         4,466,873      6,844,000      3,330,600       3,330,600
                                                     30,369,649     33,384,925     30,439,401      30,452,706

Total Employee Compensation                          14,342,508     15,127,824     15,927,737      15,833,997
Total Non-Personal Services                          11,560,268     11,413,101     11,181,064      11,288,109
Total Capital                                         4,466,873      6,844,000      3,330,600       3,330,600
                                                 $   30,369,649     33,384,925     30,439,401      30,452,706




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Fire                                                                                                 E-6
             Department(s) or Agencies                                                          Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Office of the Fire Chief:                  261
Employee Compensation                            $    2,272,242      1,541,567      1,890,421       1,658,686
Non-Personal Services                                   736,981      1,109,445      1,046,760         792,165
Capital                                                 286,988      3,934,108      1,560,108         895,108
                                                      3,296,211      6,585,120      4,497,289       3,345,959
Administrative Services:                   263
Employee Compensation                                 3,004,245      2,953,480      3,389,615       3,126,577
Non-Personal Services                                 1,963,113      2,295,604      2,499,315       1,975,235
                                                      4,967,358      5,249,084      5,888,930       5,101,812
Emergency Medical Services/
Training:                                  265
 Employee Compensation                                2,027,861      1,901,894      2,429,085       2,238,251
 Non-Personal Services                                  692,487        759,791        771,580         416,577
                                                      2,720,348      2,661,685      3,200,665       2,654,828
Operations:                                266
 Employee Compensation                               62,997,450     58,364,385     59,590,005      58,401,029
 Non-Personal Services                                1,082,923         42,270         76,170          45,670
                                                     64,080,373     58,406,655     59,666,175      58,446,699

Fire Total                                       $   75,064,290     72,902,544     73,253,059      69,549,298

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                           $      74,777,302     68,968,436     71,692,951      68,654,190
 General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                           128,108        128,108        128,108         128,108
 1998 Public Safety Training Bond (Ref. B-29)           158,880              -              -               -
 2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                        -        300,000        552,000         552,000
 2006 Public Safety Bond (Ref. B-28)                          -      1,246,000        880,000         215,000
 Capital Improvements (Ref. B-32)                             -      1,750,000              -               -
 Advance Acquisition (Ref. B-33)                              -        510,000              -               -
   Total Source of Funds                             75,064,290     72,902,544     73,253,059      69,549,298

Total Operations                                     74,777,302     68,968,436     71,692,951      68,654,190
Total Capital                                           286,988      3,934,108      1,560,108         895,108
                                                     75,064,290     72,902,544     73,253,059      69,549,298

Total Employee Compensation                          70,301,798     64,761,326     67,299,126      65,424,543
Total Non-Personal Services                           4,475,504      4,207,110      4,393,825       3,229,647
Total Capital                                           286,988      3,934,108      1,560,108         895,108
                                                 $   75,064,290     72,902,544     73,253,059      69,549,298




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                                         BUDGETARY ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS

Police                                                                                                E-7
           Department(s) or Agencies                                                             Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008          2009            2010           2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended     Appropriated

Office of the Police Chief:                273
 Employee Compensation                           $    1,082,306      1,410,785       2,150,669       2,147,123
 Non-Personal Services                                  259,990        297,115         240,000         240,000
                                                      1,342,296      1,707,900       2,390,669       2,387,123
Executive Officer Bureau:                  274
 Employee Compensation                                7,408,793      6,018,365       5,990,790       5,964,713
 Non-Personal Services                                  356,158      1,005,826         704,950         704,950
                                                      7,764,951      7,024,191       6,695,740       6,669,663
Police Services Bureau:                    276
 Employee Compensation                               14,598,773     10,668,809      11,004,866      10,838,782
 Non-Personal Services                                4,880,405      8,380,533       8,399,810       8,399,810
                                                     19,479,178     19,049,342      19,404,676      19,238,592
Uniform Patrol Bureau:                     277
 Employee Compensation                               43,606,970     47,960,714      51,409,934      51,398,443
 Non-Personal Services                                1,238,243        191,983         206,323         206,323
                                                     44,845,213     48,152,697      51,616,257      51,604,766
Criminal Investigations Bureau:            277
 Employee Compensation                               17,311,184     17,823,483      18,633,793      18,594,658
 Non-Personal Services                                3,431,040        271,320         270,250         270,250
                                                     20,742,224     18,094,803      18,904,043      18,864,908
Police Capital:                            278
 Capital                                                373,604        615,000               -                  -

Police Total                                     $   94,547,466     94,643,933      99,011,385      98,765,052

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                              $   93,529,182     94,008,933      98,535,385      98,289,052
 General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                            68,760              -               -               -
 2006 Public Safety Bond (Ref. B-28)                    304,844        350,000               -               -
 Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                         644,680         20,000         476,000         476,000
 2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                        -        265,000               -               -
   Total Source of Funds                             94,547,466     94,643,933      99,011,385      98,765,052

Total Operations                                     94,173,862     94,028,933      99,011,385      98,765,052
Total Capital                                           373,604        615,000               -               -
                                                     94,547,466     94,643,933      99,011,385      98,765,052

Total Employee Compensation                          84,008,026     83,882,156      89,190,052      88,943,719
Total Non-Personal Services                          10,165,836     10,146,777       9,821,333       9,821,333
Total Capital                                           373,604        615,000               -               -
                                                 $   94,547,466     94,643,933      99,011,385      98,765,052




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Public Works                                                                                         E-8
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                             Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

General Services:                          289
  Employee Compensation                          $    1,307,050      1,376,984      1,411,568       1,378,063
  Non-Personal Services                                 151,760        134,400        302,950         302,950
                                                      1,458,810      1,511,384      1,714,518       1,681,013

Construction:                              292
  Employee Compensation                               2,559,501      2,761,141      2,680,595       2,620,820
  Non-Personal Services                                 350,246        264,925        319,000         319,000
                                                      2,909,747      3,026,066      2,999,595       2,939,820

Design:                                    295
  Employee Compensation                               1,376,792      1,842,405      1,980,457       1,931,234
  Non-Personal Services                                 326,654        335,136        258,191         258,191
                                                      1,703,446      2,177,541      2,238,648       2,189,425

Street Maintenance:                        300
   Employee Compensation                              9,872,388     10,302,957     10,472,346      10,262,614
   Non-Personal Services                             11,897,453      9,163,949      9,159,212       9,159,212
   Capital                                              234,013              -              -               -
                                                     22,003,854     19,466,906     19,631,558      19,421,826

Traffic Engineering:                       306
  Employee Compensation                               3,906,864      4,209,067      4,220,563       4,132,736
  Non-Personal Services                               2,181,804      2,055,730      1,746,008       1,746,008
  Capital                                               361,531        300,000        300,000         300,000
                                                      6,450,199      6,564,797      6,266,571       6,178,744

Street and Traffic Electrical Service:     307
   Non-Personal Services                             10,937,081     11,711,496     12,163,446      12,163,446

Major Street Resurfacing:                  308
  Non-Personal Services                               4,579,249      3,800,000      1,300,000       1,300,000

Residential Street Rehabilitation
 & Surface Restoration:                    309
  Non-Personal Services                               1,876,390      2,000,000      1,500,000       1,500,000


Bridge Maintenance and Rehabilitation:     310
   Non-Personal Services                              3,543,384        600,000       600,000          600,000

Street Improvement:                        311
   Capital                                              846,431      1,450,000       699,205          699,205

Special Assessments:                       312
  Capital                                               518,119        850,000       850,000          850,000




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                                                                                                      E-8
Public Works                                                                                      (Continued)
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                              Schedule No.

                                       Page       2008            2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                     Ref.     Expended       Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

Fleet Management:                       317
   Employee Compensation                          1,781,475                   -              -                  -
   Non-Personal Services                         (1,610,966)                  -              -                  -
                                                    170,509                   -              -                  -

Street and Highway Bonds:
  2000 Capital                          318        408,219                    -              -                  -

 2006 Capital                           320      11,900,717      11,914,000         12,347,000      12,347,000

Sewer Bonds:

 2006 Capital                           321       2,062,051       1,135,000           806,000         806,000


Facilities Management:                  324
 Employee Compensation                            1,113,614       1,066,708          1,104,396       1,080,944
 Non-Personal Services                              580,035         481,283            388,268         388,268
 Capital                                              2,802       1,000,000            975,000         975,000
                                                  1,696,451       2,547,991          2,467,664       2,444,212

Flood Control & Water Quality:          325
   Non-Personal Services                           718,350        1,000,069           946,770         946,770

Solid Waste:                            326
  Non-Personal Services                          13,968,104      15,229,108         16,225,677      16,225,677

Compost Operations:                     329
  Employee Compensation                             316,698         373,347           384,096         377,312
  Non-Personal Services                             868,112         524,367           485,323         485,323
                                                  1,184,810         897,714           869,419         862,635


Sewer Maintenance:                      333
  Employee Compensation                           3,411,120       3,743,578          4,034,756       3,952,838
  Non-Personal Services                           2,409,724       2,604,960          2,395,313       2,395,313
                                                  5,820,844       6,348,538          6,430,069       6,348,151

Sewer Revenue General Expense:          334
  Non-Personal Services                           2,313,953       2,023,419          2,292,649       2,292,649

Wastewater Treatment:                   340
 Employee Compensation                            4,131,669       4,233,324          4,248,532       4,148,671
 Non-Personal Services                            8,302,068       7,763,529          7,861,719       7,861,719
                                                 12,433,737      11,996,853         12,110,251      12,010,390




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                                                                                                   E-8
Public Works                                                                                   (Continued)
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                           Schedule No.

                                       Page         2008           2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                     Ref.       Expended      Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Environmental Quality Control:          345
  Employee Compensation                             1,866,134      1,703,896      1,952,453       1,902,992
  Non-Personal Services                             1,213,901      1,542,356      1,161,162       1,161,162
                                                    3,080,035      3,246,252      3,113,615       3,064,154

Air Quality Control :                   348
   Employee Compensation                             405,064         461,913       450,984         439,691
   Non-Personal Services                             140,284         174,636       165,358         165,358
                                                     545,348         636,549       616,342         605,049

Household Hazardous Waste Facility:     351
  Employee Compensation                              281,927         276,632       291,403         287,509
  Non-Personal Services                               97,563         104,653        83,497          83,497
  Capital                                             81,769          34,972        29,051          29,051
                                                     461,259         416,257       403,951         400,057

Sewer Revenue Improvement:              352
  Capital                                          25,332,643     36,978,000     43,500,000      43,500,000

Public Works Department Total                 $   138,923,740    147,527,940    152,092,948     151,376,223

Total Operations                                   97,175,445     93,865,968     92,586,692      91,869,967
Total Capital                                      41,748,295     53,661,972     59,506,256      59,506,256
                                                  138,923,740    147,527,940    152,092,948     151,376,223

Total Employee Compensation                        32,330,296     32,351,952     33,232,149      32,515,424
Total Non-Personal Services                        64,845,149     61,514,016     59,354,543      59,354,543
Total Capital                                      41,748,295     53,661,972     59,506,256      59,506,256
                                              $   138,923,740    147,527,940    152,092,948     151,376,223




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                                                                                                          E-8
Public Works                                                                                          (Concluded)
          Department(s) or Agencies                                                                  Schedule No.

                                            Page           2008           2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                          Ref.         Expended      Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated
Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                                   $    14,988,397     15,359,629     16,372,498      16,272,610
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)                  31,655,757     27,560,119     26,071,642      25,838,328
Street and Highway Allocation - Capital (Ref. B-5)         1,441,975      1,750,000        999,205         999,205
                              subtotal                    33,097,732     29,310,119     27,070,847      26,837,533
City Street Maintenance (Ref. B-4)                        19,996,000     20,244,036     19,020,570      18,860,249
Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                              120,000         120,000       120,000         120,000
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                              120,000         120,000       120,000         120,000
Special Assessment - Capital (Ref. B-38)                    518,119         850,000       850,000         850,000
                              subtotal                      638,119         970,000       970,000         970,000
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                                 27,285,406     27,364,128     27,886,909      27,690,247
Sewer Revenue - Capital (Ref. B-39)                       25,332,643     36,978,000     43,500,000      43,500,000
                             subtotal                     52,618,049     64,342,128     71,386,909      71,190,247
Storm Water Fee Revenue (Ref. B-18)                         818,350       1,100,069      1,046,770       1,046,301
Air Quality Control Revenue (Ref. B-40)                     545,348         636,549       616,342         605,049
Capital Projects
 Street & Highway Bond:
 2000 Street and Highway Bond (Ref. B-23)                    408,219              -              -               -
 2006 Street and Highway Bond (Ref. B-24)                 11,900,717     11,914,000     12,347,000      12,347,000
                            subtotal                      12,308,936     11,914,000     12,347,000      12,347,000

 Sewer Bonds:
 2006 Sewer Bond (Ref. B-25)                               2,062,051      1,135,000       806,000         806,000
                           subtotal                        2,062,051      1,135,000       806,000         806,000
 Public Facilities Bonds:
 2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                         2,802      1,000,000       975,000         975,000

Compost Operations Revenue (Ref. B-41)                     1,184,810        897,714       869,419         862,635
SID Administrative Fee (Ref. B-12)                           81,887          82,439        87,642           83,542
Household Hazardous Waste Facility (Ref. B-19)              379,490         381,285       374,900         371,006
Household Hazardous Waste Facility -
 Capital (Ref. B-19)                                         81,769          34,972        29,051          29,051
                                                            461,259         416,257       403,951         400,057
   Total Source of Funds                             $   138,923,740    147,527,940    152,092,948     151,376,223




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                                          BUDGETARY ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS

Convention and Tourism & Public Library                                                               E-9
         Department(s) or Agencies                                                               Schedule No.

                                           Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                         Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Convention and Tourism:                     359
 Employee Compensation                            $    1,081,856      1,334,392      1,442,149       1,412,927
 Non-Personal Services                                 2,004,008      2,086,509      2,022,954       2,022,954
                                                       3,085,864      3,420,901      3,465,103       3,435,881

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                                            -        500,000        500,000         500,000
 Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                          500,000              -              -               -
 Convention and Tourism (Ref. B-17)                    2,585,864      2,920,901      2,965,103       2,935,881
   Total Source of Funds                               3,085,864      3,420,901      3,465,103       3,435,881




Public Library:                             368
 Employee Compensation                                 7,294,365      7,563,763      8,585,413       8,799,245
 Non-Personal Services                                 3,201,931      3,274,839      3,331,725       3,331,725
 Capital                                               3,467,211      1,463,000        644,000         644,000
                                                  $   13,963,507     12,301,602     12,561,138      12,774,970

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                               $    8,173,587      8,631,805     10,080,857      10,294,689
 Library Fines and Fees (Ref. B-11)                      331,000        437,620        555,120         555,120
 Keno/Lottery Reserve (Ref. B-7)                         470,000        117,034         26,175          26,175
 Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                                -              -        135,000
 Douglas County Library Supplement
 (Ref. B-13)                                           1,521,709      1,652,143      1,119,986         135,000
 Library Facilities Capital (Ref. B-36)                3,467,211      1,463,000        644,000         644,000
   Total Source of Funds                              13,963,507     12,301,602     12,561,138      12,774,970

Total Operations                                      13,582,160     14,259,503     15,382,241      15,566,851
Total Capital                                          3,467,211      1,463,000        644,000         644,000
                                                      17,049,371     15,722,503     16,026,241      16,210,851

Total Employee Compensation                            8,376,221      8,898,155     10,027,562      10,212,172
Total Non-Personal Services                            5,205,939      5,361,348      5,354,679       5,354,679
Total Capital                                          3,467,211      1,463,000        644,000         644,000
                                                  $   17,049,371     15,722,503     16,026,241      16,210,851




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                                          BUDGETARY ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS

Other Budgetary Accounts - Benefits                                                                   E-10
         Department(s) or Agencies                                                                Schedule No.

                                           Page          2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                         Ref.        Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Retiree Supplemental Pension:                369
 Non-Personal Services                             $    4,722,744      4,769,000      4,767,512       4,767,512

Retiree/COBRA Health Insurance:              370
 Non-Personal Services                                 15,320,246     18,154,600     19,871,404      19,871,404

Workers' Compensation/                       371
 Unemployment Insurance:
 Non-Personal Services                                  2,075,023      2,710,000      2,321,417       2,321,417

Other Budgetary Accts. - Benefits Total            $   22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                                $   19,359,233     22,015,412     23,252,805      23,252,805
 Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)               1,425,589      1,912,589      2,023,874       2,023,874
 Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                              1,102,193      1,432,372      1,413,222       1,413,222
 Golf Revenue (Ref. B-44)                                 158,399        182,152        183,196         183,196
 Tennis Revenue (Ref. B-45)                                 6,601          8,279          8,724           8,724
 Air Quality Control Revenue (Ref. B-40)                   32,999         41,398         43,618          43,618
 Compost Operations Revenue (Ref. B-41)                    32,999         41,398         34,894          34,894
   Total Source of Funds                               22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333

Total Operations                                       22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333
Total Capital                                                   -              -              -               -
                                                       22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333

Total Employee Compensation                                   -              -              -               -
Total Non-Personal Services                            22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333
Total Capital                                                 -              -              -               -
                                                   $   22,118,013     25,633,600     26,960,333      26,960,333




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Other Budgetary Accounts - Other                                                                          E-11
         Department(s) or Agencies                                                                    Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008            2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended       Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

Community Service Programs:                373
 Non-Personal Services                           $    1,898,478        1,794,000          1,290,000       1,565,000

County Jail and Election Expense:          374
 Non-Personal Services                                4,249,835        6,646,608          5,350,000       5,350,000

County Emergency 911 Center:               375
 Non-Personal Services                                3,825,886        4,225,745          4,225,800       4,225,800

Douglas-Omaha Technology                   381
Commission (DOT.Comm):
 Non-Personal Services                                4,920,318        5,667,086          5,808,919       5,808,919

Downtown Stadium:                          376
 Capital                                             11,563,667       24,944,731         42,739,690      42,739,690

Metropolitan Entertainment Convention
 Authority:                                377
 Non-Personal Services                                        -          250,000           250,000         250,000
 Capital                                              1,881,434           50,000            50,000          50,000
                                                      1,881,434          300,000           300,000         300,000

Office of the Public Safety Auditor:       378
 Employee Compensation                                          -                  -       132,500                   -
 Non-Personal Services                                          -                  -         2,500                   -
                                                                -                  -       135,000                   -
City Treasurer:                            379
 Non-Personal Services                                1,588,117        1,442,329          1,475,899       1,475,899

General Expense, Insurance and
 Surety:                                   380
 Non-Personal Services                                4,274,783        3,570,071          3,816,505       3,816,505

Douglas County-Omaha Purchasing /
Printing and Graphics:                     382
 Employee Compensation                                  424,925          373,540           138,382         138,382
 Non-Personal Services                                  330,944          301,384           322,200         322,200
                                                        755,869          674,924           460,582         460,582

Judgment:                                  383
  Non-Personal Services                                 351,063        1,761,891          2,094,107       2,094,107

Wage Adjustment Account:                   384
 Non-Personal Services                                          -      7,048,946                  -                  -

Contingency Reserve:                       385
 Non-Personal Services                                  200,000          375,000           375,000          510,000

Annexed Area Liabilities:                  386
 Non-Personal Services                                    4,343                    -              -                  -

Other Budgetary Accounts - Other Total           $   35,513,793       58,451,331         68,071,502      68,346,502




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Other Budgetary Accounts - Other                                                              (Concluded)
         Department(s) or Agencies                                                           Schedule No.

                                       Page         2008          2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                     Ref.       Expended     Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Source of Funds:
 General (Ref. B-1)                           $   16,836,277     25,885,209     18,566,745      18,866,745
 2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)             1,881,434         50,000         50,000          50,000
 Convention and Tourism (Ref. B-17)                        -         90,945         65,690          65,690
 Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                    1,798,478      1,694,000      1,190,000       1,165,000
 Judgment (Ref. B-3)                                 367,570      1,777,167      2,110,607       2,110,607
 Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                      122,674         10,900         10,000          10,000
 Redevelopment Debt Service (Ref. B-22)               56,122         22,809         45,000          45,000
 Debt Service (Ref. B-21)                            444,211        463,054        454,500         454,500
 Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)            917,377      1,594,869      1,214,464       1,214,464
 City Street Maintenance (Ref. B-4)                  305,620        310,000        311,000         311,000
 Downtown Stadium (Ref. B-34)                     11,563,667     24,944,731     42,739,690      42,739,690
 Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                           557,209        897,813        644,439         644,439
 Golf Revenue (Ref. B-44)                             67,310        109,352         68,177          68,177
 Tennis Revenue (Ref. B-45)                           10,926          9,167          6,103           6,103
 Air Quality Control Revenue (Ref. B-40)               8,737         25,398         14,316          14,316
 Printing and Graphics Services (Ref. B-47)          457,274        429,086        460,582         460,582
 Compost Operations Revenue (Ref. B-41)               18,907         26,985         20,189          20,189
 Household Hazardous Waste Facility
 (Ref. B-19)                                               -          8,556              -               -
 Marina Revenue (Ref. B-42)                                -          1,290              -               -
 Western Heritage Special Revenue (Ref. B-15)        100,000        100,000        100,000         100,000
   Total Source of Funds                          35,513,793     58,451,331     68,071,502      68,346,502

Total Operations                                  22,068,692     33,456,600     25,281,812      25,556,812
Total Capital                                     13,445,101     24,994,731     42,789,690      42,789,690
                                                  35,513,793     58,451,331     68,071,502      68,346,502

Total Employee Compensation                          424,925        373,540        270,882         138,382
Total Non-Personal Services                       21,643,767     33,083,060     25,010,930      25,418,430
Total Capital                                     13,445,101     24,994,731     42,789,690      42,789,690
                                              $   35,513,793     58,451,331     68,071,502      68,346,502




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Other Budgetary Accounts - Debt Service                                                                E-12
         Department(s) or Agencies                                                                 Schedule No.

                                            Page         2008           2009            2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                          Ref.       Expended      Appropriated   Recommended    Appropriated

Lease Purchase Agreements
 and Lease Payments:                         387
 Capital                                           $    10,223,909      9,962,496     12,616,460      12,616,460

Debt Service:                                389
 Non-Personal Services                                 199,702,790     77,968,807     78,251,312      78,251,312

Nebraska Department of Environmental         390
Quality (NDEQ):
 Capital                                                 3,956,793      3,933,926      4,598,298       4,598,298

Other Budgetary Accts. - Debt Serv. Total          $   213,883,492     91,865,229     95,466,070      95,466,070

Source of Funds:
 General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                $           7,225,272      8,328,298      8,065,685       8,065,685
 Downtown Stadium (Ref. B-34)                              909,777              -      2,467,425       2,467,425
 Parking Facilities (Ref. B-46)                          2,088,860      1,575,898      2,041,212       2,041,212
 Redevelopment Debt Service (Ref. B-22)                 47,674,069      7,823,996      9,422,275       9,422,275
 Debt Service (Ref. B-21)                              140,408,178     56,904,300     55,166,619      55,166,619
 Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                               5,064,774      7,667,824      7,932,067       7,932,067
 Marina Revenue (Ref. B-42)                                160,287         32,376              -               -
 Community Park Development (Ref. B-16)                    109,243        108,328        107,385         107,385
 Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)                  237,018        348,094        229,503         229,503
 Convention Center Hotel Revenue (Ref. B-48)             6,158,464      5,192,217      5,500,848       5,500,848
 Compost Operations Revenue (Ref. B-41)                          -         58,300         42,138          42,138
 Sewer Revenue Improvement (Ref. B-39)                   3,847,550      3,825,598      4,490,913       4,490,913
   Total Source of Funds                               213,883,492     91,865,229     95,466,070      95,466,070

Total Operations                                       199,702,790     77,968,807     78,251,312      78,251,312
Total Capital                                           14,180,702     13,896,422     17,214,758      17,214,758
                                                       213,883,492     91,865,229     95,466,070      95,466,070

Total Employee Compensation                                      -              -              -               -
Total Non-Personal Services                            199,702,790     77,968,807     78,251,312      78,251,312
Total Capital                                           14,180,702     13,896,422     17,214,758      17,214,758
                                                   $   213,883,492     91,865,229     95,466,070      95,466,070




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Capital Projects Summary                                                                                 E-13
           Department(s) or Agencies                                                                 Schedule No.

                                          Page         2008           2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.       Expended      Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

Planning:
Buildings                                        $       61,641         292,000            292,000         292,000
Community Development Block Grant                     5,834,192       3,980,145          3,417,898       3,417,898
Public Facility Master Plan Update                            -               -            250,000         250,000
  Total Planning                                      5,895,833       4,272,145          3,959,898       3,959,898

Parks, Recreation & Public Property:
Park Development                                        350,389                   -              -                  -
2000 Park and Recreation Bond
 Zone A- 42nd Street and East                           459,785                   -              -                  -
 Zone B - 42nd Street to 72nd Street                        390                   -              -                  -
 Zone C - 72nd Street West to I-680/80                   13,259                   -              -                  -
 Present Development Zone                               367,553                   -              -                  -
 City Wide Projects                                      94,844                   -              -                  -
2006 Park and Recreation Bond
 Zone A - 42nd Street and East                         (669,734)        520,000            970,000         970,000
 Zone B - 42nd Street to 72nd Street                    378,476               -            200,000         200,000
 Present Development Zone                             1,686,400       4,250,000                  -               -
 City Wide Projects                                   1,579,978         995,000          1,550,000       1,550,000
Marinas                                                  31,437       1,000,000            531,600         531,600
Lewis and Clark Landing                                   6,746               -                  -               -
Golf Course Improvements                                      -          29,000             29,000          29,000
Rosenblatt Stadium                                       43,824          50,000             50,000          50,000
Parking Facilities                                      123,526               -                  -               -
 Total Parks, Recreation
 & Public Property                                    4,466,873       6,844,000          3,330,600       3,330,600


Fire:                                                         -               -                  -
Fire Training Facility                                  158,880               -                  -              -
Fire Station #53 Replacement                                  -         650,000            460,000        460,000
Building Improvements                                         -               -            207,000        207,000
Aerial Apparatus                                              -               -            665,000              -
Emergency Vehicle Preemption System                           -         100,000            100,000        100,000
Fire Engine Pumpers                                           -       1,146,000                  -              -
Lease Purchase - Medic Rescue Units                     128,108         128,108            128,108        128,108
   Total Fire                                           286,988       3,934,108          1,560,108        895,108

Police:
Police Helicopters                                            -         350,000                  -                  -
Police Various (city-wide)                              149,098               -                  -                  -
NW Precinct                                             174,645               -                  -                  -
Police Headquarters                                      49,861         265,000                  -                  -
    Total Police                                        373,604         615,000                  -                  -




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Capital Projects Summary                                                                             (Continued)
           Department(s) or Agencies                                                                Schedule No.

                                           Page       2008           2009                2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                         Ref.     Expended      Appropriated       Recommended    Appropriated

Public Works:
Salt Storage Shed-NE Joint Use Facility                 49,055               -                 -               -
Machinery                                               40,330               -                 -               -
Building Improvements                                  144,628               -                 -               -
Traffic Signals                                        286,594         100,000           100,000         100,000
Traffic Calming                                         74,937         200,000           200,000         200,000
Street Construction                                    846,431       1,400,000           649,205         649,205
Curb Replacement                                             -          50,000            50,000          50,000
Special Assessments
 Sewer Construction                                     36,558         100,000           100,000         100,000
 Sidewalk Construction                                 207,451          50,000            50,000          50,000
 Street Construction                                   263,634         700,000           700,000         700,000
 Other Projects                                         10,476               -                 -               -
Street & Highway Bond Projects:
2006 Street & Highway Bond
 Zone A - 42nd Street and East                        1,257,346      2,150,000          3,150,000       3,150,000
 Zone B - 42nd Street to 72nd Street                  5,026,122      1,157,000                  -               -
 Zone C - 72nd Street West to I-80/680                  513,187        100,000            800,000         800,000
 Present Development Zone
 West and North of I-80/680                           1,985,090      5,257,000          3,247,000       3,247,000
 City Wide Projects                                   3,118,972      3,250,000          5,150,000       5,150,000
2000 Street & Highway Bond
 Zone C - 72nd Street West to I-80/680                  14,950                   -              -                  -
 Present Development Zone -
 West and North of I-80/680                            393,269                   -              -                  -
Storm Sewer Bond Projects:
2006 Sewer Bond
 Little Papillion Creek Watershed                     1,192,554        400,000                 -                -
 Big Papillion Creek Watershed                          241,199              -                 -                -
 West Papillion Creek Watershed                         580,888              -                 -                -
 City Wide Projects                                      47,410        735,000           806,000          806,000
Household Hazardous Waste Facility                       81,769         34,972            29,051           29,051
Sanitary Sewer System Improvements:
 Neighborhood Sewer Renovation                          280,317      2,000,000          2,000,000       2,000,000
 Sewer Separation                                     9,455,254      6,000,000          6,000,000       6,000,000
 Capital Asset Replacement Program                    3,208,110      5,550,000          6,000,000       6,000,000
 CSO Long Term Control Plan                           5,534,466      3,428,000                -               -
 CSO Control Implementation                           6,854,496     20,000,000         29,500,000      29,500,000
 Total Public Works                                  41,748,295     53,661,972         59,506,256      59,506,256




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Capital Projects Summary                                                                        (Concluded)
           Department(s) or Agencies                                                           Schedule No.

                                        Page         2008          2009             2010          2010
Budgetary Accounts                      Ref.       Expended     Appropriated    Recommended    Appropriated

Public Library:
W. Clarke Swanson Branch                                    -        200,000              -               -
W. Dale Clark Library                                  26,241              -              -               -
Saddlebrook Branch                                  3,056,721              -              -               -
Sorensen Branch                                       382,114              -              -               -
Willa Cather Branch                                     2,135        500,000              -               -
Florence Branch                                             -        763,000              -               -
Abrahams Branch                                             -              -        644,000         644,000
 Total Library                                      3,467,211      1,463,000        644,000         644,000

Downtown Stadium                                   11,563,667     24,944,731      42,739,690      42,739,690

Convention Center Management                        1,881,434         50,000         50,000           50,000

Lease-Purchase Agreements                          10,223,909      9,962,496      12,616,460      12,616,460

Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality        3,956,793      3,933,926       4,598,298       4,598,298

              Total Capital                    $   83,864,607    109,681,378     129,005,310     128,340,310
                                                   83,864,607    110,381,378     129,005,310     128,340,310
                                                            -       (700,000)              -               -
Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                                  7,733,708      8,748,406       8,485,793       8,485,793
Special Revenue                                    20,054,250     33,136,476      49,802,792      49,802,792
Capital Projects                                   24,645,887     24,388,000      20,124,000      19,459,000
Utility & Enterprise                               31,430,762     43,408,496      50,592,725      50,592,725
                                               $   83,864,607    109,681,378     129,005,310     128,340,310




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Complement Summary Count - Full time Positions                                                      E-14
        Department(s) or Agencies                                                               Schedule No.

                                           Page     2008              2009            2010         2010
Budgetary Accounts                         Ref.    Actual *        Appropriated   Recommended   Appropriated

Mayor's Office                                                12             12            12             12

City Council-Elected                                           7              7             7                  7
City Council-Staff                                             8              8             8                  8
City Clerk                                                     8              9             9                  9

Law                                                           30             40            39             39

Human Resources                                               19             21           20              20

Human Rights and Relations                                    11             13           10              11

Finance                                                       29             33            39             35

Planning:
  Administration                                            4                 6             6              6
  Housing and Community Development                        34                44            41             41
  Urban Planning                                           19                23            24             24
  Building and Development                                 44                51            50             52
   Total Planning                                         101               124           121            123

Parks, Recreation & Public Property:
 Administration                                             3                 4             5              5
 Park Planning                                              2                 3             2              2
 Code Enforcement                                          15                17            17             17
 Parks                                                     80               101            97             97
 Recreation                                                25                27            27             27
 Tennis                                                     1                 1             1              1
 Marinas                                                    1                 1             1              1
 Golf                                                      21                25            24             25
 Golf Concessions                                           -                 1             1              1
 Sports Turf Maintenance                                    1                 1             1              1
 Rosenblatt Stadium                                         4                 6             5              5
   Total Parks, Recreation & Public Property              153               187           181            182

Fire:
  Sworn                                                   662               679           714            714
  Civilian                                                  9                 9             9              0
    Total Fire                                            671               688           723            714

Police:
 Sworn                                                    796               820           820            820
 Civilian                                                 147               178           178            178
    Total Police                                          943               998           998            998




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                                                                                                          E-14
Complement Summary Count - Full time Positions                                                         (Concluded)
        Department(s) or Agencies                                                                     Schedule No.

                                          Page           2008               2009            2010         2010
Budgetary Accounts                        Ref.           Actual          Appropriated   Recommended   Appropriated

Public Works:
 General Services                                                  15              16            15             15
 Construction                                                      32              34            34             34
 Design                                                            12              23            24             24
 Street Maintenance                                               147             169           168            168
 Traffic Engineering                                               55              63            62             62
 Fleet Management                                                  45              48            48             48
 Facilities Management                                             12              15            15             15
 Compost Operations                                                 5               5             5              5
 Household Hazardous Waste Facility                                 4               4             4              4
 Sewer Maintenance                                                 55              60            61             61
 Wastewater Treatment                                              56              61            60             60
 Environmental Quality Control                                     36              39            40             40
 Air Quality Control                                                5               6             6              6
   Total Public Works                                             479             543           542            542

Convention and Tourism                                            17               18           17              17

Library                                                           91               91           94              94

Other:
 Purchasing/Printing and Graphics                                 5                 5             5               5
          Total Full Time Positions                           2,584             2,797         2,825           2,816


Total Civilian                                                1,126             1,298         1,291           1,282
Total Sworn                                                   1,458             1,499         1,534           1,534
Total Complement                                              2,584             2,797         2,825           2,816


* 2008 Actual positons reflect the number of filled positions on December 31.




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     Program And Budgetary Appropriated Details By
             Department and Organization

A reading of these remarks is essential for a proper understanding of the information contained in this section
of the Budget. It is our goal to provide the reader with a clear understanding of the extent and variety of
municipal programs/services provided and available, the cost of these programs/services and what municipal
funds and resources are used to support these activities.

This section is organized by department and followed by each division of that department. Within each
division, there is one or more of the following schedules:

1.     Appropriated Summary. This schedule details a listing of each Division within the Department. It
provides a comparison summary of personnel complement for 2009 Authorized and 2010 Appropriated. Note
that the amounts reflected on the Appropriated Summary Schedule are a summary by division of the total
department's appropriation in 2009 and 2010 Appropriated.

2.    Expenditure Summary by Organization. This schedule details a listing of each program or service
provided by the division. Each schedule contains a concise description of what specific objectives and/or
benefits the community receives and at what cost by detailing comparative budget appropriations for 2008
Expended, 2009 Appropriated and 2010 Appropriated. Note that the amounts reflected on the Expenditure
Summary by Organization Schedule are a summary by organization of the total divisional expenditures and
appropriations for employee compensation, non-personal services and capital.



3.    Division Summary of Personal Services. This schedule lists by class title and pay range the comparative
personnel complement for 2008 Actual and 2009 Authorized. Appropriated costs for the 2010 complements
are included. Personnel complement costs are calculated using 2010 contractual pay scales for Functional
employees. Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, The City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.
Calculations include 26.1 pay periods for 2010. The schedule also details recommendations for part-time and
seasonal, longevity, overtime, holiday pay, attrition and other specialty pays. Explanatory comments, if
appropriate, follow the division’s complement and monetary totals.

4.     Division Summary of Major Object Expenditures. This schedule details the division’s major object
comparative for personal services, directly allocated employee benefits, non-personal services, equipment and
capital for 2008 Expended, 2009 Appropriated and 2010 Appropriated. The schedule concludes with a
presentation of the “Source of Funds” showing the source of revenue supporting the division appropriations.

The tab divider labeled “Other Budgetary Accounts” contains separate classifications of retiree benefits,
workers compensation, unemployment costs, categorical municipal contributions to external agencies detailed
by contractual agency or functional objective, DOT.Comm Technology Services, citywide General Expense
and Debt Service.

The total amounts detailed for personal, non-personal and capital accounts are also summarized and reflected
by department and division in Section “E” located in the Budget Section labeled “Appropriated”.




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                                   EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Mayor's Office
Division          Mayor's Office                                                Division No.         101000
                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Executive and Public Affairs        101011

All executive and public affairs inquiries, decisions, needs assessment, policy development and general City
management are handled by this organization.

Employee Compensation                        $      677,701          775,483           810,069          800,724
Non-Personal Services                                37,411           41,238            31,400           31,400
 Organization Total                                 715,112          816,721           841,469          832,124

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Mayor's Hotline                    101012

This organization, required by the City Charter, Section 3.18, is the focal point for receiving and investigating
approximately 40,000 inquiries, suggestions and complaints, related to City matters each year.

Employee Compensation                                95,596          125,867           116,389          114,872
Non-Personal Services                                   435                -               400              400
 Organization Total                                  96,031          125,867           116,789          115,272

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Economic Growth and
Capital                             101013

This organization is charged with working closely with neighborhood and community groups to implement the
Administration's emphasis on neighborhood and community cultural and recreational enhancement.

Employee Compensation                               135,190          103,690           108,305          107,054
Non-Personal Services                                   616              400               400              400
 Organization Total                                 135,806          104,090           108,705          107,454

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Department Total                          $      946,949         1,046,678        1,066,963        1,054,850




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                                  DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department       Mayor's Office

Division         Mayor's Office                                               Division No.            101000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                       Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                      Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Mayor                                      Elected       1         1      1         101,399       1        101,399
Chief of Staff                               Appt.       1         1      1         125,489       1        125,489
Community Projects Director                  Appt.       1         1      1          78,300       1         78,300
Communications Director                      Appt.       1         1      1          71,279       1         71,279
Office Manager                               Appt.       1         1      1          68,252       1         68,252
Policy Advisor                               Appt.       1         1      1          50,190       1         50,190
Deputy Communications Director               Appt.       1         1      1          45,179       1         45,179
Hotline Director                             Appt.       1         1      1          45,179       1         45,179
Policy Analyst                               Appt.       1         1      1          41,160       1         41,160
Scheduler                                    Appt.       1         1      1          35,131       1         35,131
Receptionist                                 Appt.       1         1      1          32,129       1         32,129
Constituent Services                         Appt.       1         1      1          27,144       1         27,144
Part-time and Seasonal                                                               50,190                 50,190
Reimbursements                                                                       (5,820)                (5,820)
Furlough cost reduction                                                                   -                (10,417)
                                                        12        12     12         765,201    12          754,784


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated complement remains the same as the 2009 appropriated.

The Mayor will donate to the General fund the difference between the Mayor's 2008 annual salary
ordained by the City Council and the Mayor's 2010 annual salary ordained by the City Council.

The Mayors's staff will take 2.5 days of furlough.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Mayor's Office

Division              Mayor's Office                                            Division No.         101000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $      745,905           603,817          720,831          710,414
 Part-Time and Seasonal                            282,255           217,084           50,190           50,190
 Overtime                                               19                 -                -                -
 Longevity                                             866                 -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                 (326,375)          (48,651)          (5,820)          (5,820)
     Total Employee Earnings                       702,670           772,250          765,201          754,784

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              73,089             62,798           57,826           56,978
 Pension                                           56,921             47,830           81,274           80,426
 Insurance                                        137,518            129,612          136,312          136,312
   Reimbursements                                 (61,711)            (7,450)          (5,850)          (5,850)
     Total Employee Benefits                      205,817            232,790          269,562          267,866

  Total Employee Compensation                     908,487          1,005,040         1,034,763       1,022,650

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                25,009             23,291            19,000          19,000
 Supplies                                          11,889             13,265            11,900          11,900
 Equipment                                            270              1,000                 -               -
 Other                                              1,294              4,082             1,300           1,300
   Reimbursements                                       -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                   38,462             41,638            32,200          32,200

Capital:




      Total Capital                                        -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                      $     946,949          1,046,678         1,066,963       1,054,850

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $     946,949          1,046,678         1,066,963       1,054,850




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department         City Council

Division           City Council, Legislative and Administrative Offices              Division No.            102000

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                  2008             2009              2010                  2010
Object Summary                                    Expended        Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Council Direct Cost                 102011

The City Council was established by the Home Rule Charter of the City of Omaha in 1956 as the legislative branch
of City government. The Council has the vested power to pass, amend or repeal any and all ordinances and
resolutions necessary or the power to execute and carry into effect the provisions of the Charter. In addition to
exercising its general legislative duties, it is the responsibility of the Council to provide for public hearings, make or
confirm appointments, adopt the annual budget, undertake necessary investigations, provide for an independent
audit and take such other actions as it deems necessary and consistent with the Charter.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $400 is for furniture and fixtures.

Employee Compensation                         $     332,235             340,758             366,928             358,612
Non-Personal Services                                 4,884              21,626               2,250               2,250
 Organization Total                                 337,119             362,384             369,178             360,862

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Council Administrative Cost         102012

The Council Administrative Cost organization informs and assists the City Council on all aspects of City business
including budget and financial issues, research, weekly agenda review and scheduling activities. The employees
also assist in resolving citizen complaints, provide general support for Council activities, and serve as a liaison with
the Office of the Mayor and City departments. This office is staffed by the Chief of Staff and a support staff of City
Council Staff Assistants and clerical personnel.

Employee Compensation                               571,842             582,811             601,197             509,471
Non-Personal Services                                 5,373              16,910               7,340               7,340
 Organization Total                                 577,215             599,721             608,537             516,811

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

City Legislative Support            102013

The City Legislative Support organization supports the City Council and the Mayor on City, State, and National
Legislative matters. The City Lobbyist is the official City of Omaha representative at State Legislative sessions and
committee meetings.

Employee Compensation                               118,462             116,727             123,970             120,957
Non-Personal Services                                 5,593              15,496              10,252              10,252
 Organization Total                                 124,055             132,223             134,222             131,209

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department       City Council

Division         City Council, Legislative and Administrative Offices           Division No.       102000

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008            2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                 Expended       Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated


Cable TV Administrative Cost     102014

The City Council monitors the compliance of Cox Communications and TeleChoice of Omaha, with the respective
cable television franchises granted by the City.

Employee Compensation                               6,693               7,200            8,524          8,331
Non-Personal Services                                  32                 700              100            100
 Organization Total                                 6,725               7,900            8,624          8,431

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

     Division Total                        $    1,045,114         1,102,228         1,120,561       1,017,313




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      City Council

Division        City Council, Legislative and Administrative Offices         Division No.            102000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Council President                   Elected        1         1      1          40,005       1         40,005
City Council Member                      Elected        6         6      6         200,028       6        200,028
City Council Chief of Staff              29AEC          1         1      1         105,592       1        102,737
City Lobbyist                            26AEC          1         1      1          93,838       1         91,307
City Council Staff Assistant             17AEC          3         3      3         195,075       3        189,779
Secretary to the City Council             SEC2          2         2      2         109,228       2        106,249
Administrative Typist II                    9FC         1         1      1          30,966       1         30,121
Provision for longevity                                                              4,698                  4,698
Part-time and seasonal                                                                 380                    380
Attrition                                                                                                 (77,679)
Provision for Council Wage Adjustment                                                                      (7,000)
                                                       15        15     15         779,810      15        680,625


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated complement is unchanged from the 2009 authorized complement.

Members of the City Council will donate to the General fund the difference between the Council's 2009 annual salary
and the Council's 2010 annual salary.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            City Council

Division              City Council, Legislative and Administrative Offices          Division No.         102000

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $     736,309            749,494          774,732          675,547
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                 3,897             18,851              380              380
 Overtime                                                 341                  -                -                -
 Longevity                                             13,969              3,975            4,698            4,698
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                -                -
     Total Employee Earnings                          754,516            772,320          779,810          680,625

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                  55,899             58,990           59,654           58,010
 Pension                                               70,016             71,768           87,881           85,462
 Insurance                                            158,794            154,060          187,050          187,050
   Reimbursements                                      (9,993)            (9,642)         (13,776)         (13,776)
     Total Employee Benefits                          274,716            275,176          320,809          316,746

  Total Employee Compensation                        1,029,232          1,047,496       1,100,619          997,371

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    11,102             24,692           13,422           13,422
 Supplies                                               4,441             10,530            5,970            5,970
 Equipment                                                339             19,260              400              400
 Other                                                      -                250              150              150
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                       15,882             54,732           19,942           19,942

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                          $ 1,045,114             1,102,228       1,120,561        1,017,313

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                              $ 1,045,114             1,102,228       1,120,561        1,017,313




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        City Clerk

Division          City Clerk                                                       Division No.          103000

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010              2010
Object Summary                                   Expended          Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Administrative Support and
Records                            103011

The City Clerk's Office is charged with records management of all documents pertaining to the City Council through
a recording, imaging, publishing, indexing, processing and maintenance system.

The Clerk provides required information to city officials, departments, other governmental agencies and the general
public. The office prepares agendas for the City Council and the City Council sitting as a Board of Equalization. In
conjunction with the agenda, the Clerk's office prepares an informational packet consisting of the pertinent
information for each agenda item and distributes it to Council Members, the Mayor, staff and general public. The
City Clerk is responsible for legally required publication of City Council documents, public hearing notifications and
courtesy notifications. The City Clerk conducts City Council and Board of Equalization meetings. A journal record,
tape recordings and summarized minutes are maintained for all public meetings as required by law. It is the City
Clerk's responsibility to present required documents to the Mayor for signature, attest the Mayor's signature, and
refer and legally file certified copies.

The City Clerk is a member of the Bid Opening Committee and receives bids, requests for proposals and sale of
city property proposals for the City of Omaha. The office maintains bid bond security files and deposits bid security
checks.

The City Clerk's office maintains records in regard to liquor licenses with the City of Omaha, Keno operations, City
of Omaha lobbyist registrations, Sanitary and Improvement Districts, claims filed against the City, proofs of
publications, surety bonds and oaths of city employees.

The City Clerk issues the proclamation and notice to the public on election issues pertaining to the City of Omaha.

The City Clerk's office prepares bond issue transcripts and participates in the signing and closing of municipal bond
sales for the City of Omaha.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $3,200 is for microcomputers, office equipment and office furniture.

Employee Compensation                        $      516,403             593,779           603,663           590,327
Non-Personal Services                                38,960              65,725            41,100            41,100
 Organization Total                                 555,363             659,504           644,763           631,427

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

     Division Total                         $       555,363             659,504           644,763           631,427




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      City Clerk

Division        City Clerk                                                  Division No.          103000

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Clerk                               26AEC         1         1      1          94,019     1         91,466
Deputy City Clerk                        17AEC         1         1      1          65,739     1         63,954
Executive Secretary                     11.1MC         1         1      1          45,928     1         44,665
Correspondence Secretary II               12FC         1         1      1          41,116     1         39,985
Senior Administrative Clerk               11FC         1         1      1          38,412     1         37,355
Administrative Clerk                       9FC         1         1      1          33,519     1         32,597
Administrative Typist II                   9FC         2         3      3          91,008     3         88,504
Part-time & Seasonal                                                                2,331                2,331
Provision for longevity                                                             4,928                4,928
                                                       8         9      9         417,000     9        405,785


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated total personnel complement remains the same as the 2009 authorized complement.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            City Clerk

Division              City Clerk                                                Division No.         103000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $     366,542            414,398           409,741         398,526
 Part-Time and Seasonal                             2,391              3,745             2,331           2,331
 Overtime                                           1,883              2,000                 -               -
 Longevity                                          4,923              5,398             4,928           4,928
   Reimbursements                                       -                  -                 -               -
     Total Employee Earnings                      375,739            425,541           417,000         405,785

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              28,503             32,471            31,899          31,043
 Pension                                           32,899             40,534            46,754          45,489
 Insurance                                         81,016             97,209           112,230         112,230
   Reimbursements                                  (1,754)            (1,976)           (4,220)         (4,220)
     Total Employee Benefits                      140,664            168,238           186,663         184,542

  Total Employee Compensation                     516,403            593,779           603,663         590,327

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                15,089             39,825            31,900          31,900
 Supplies                                          17,106             11,000             6,000           6,000
 Equipment                                          6,765             10,000             3,200           3,200
 Other                                                  -              4,900                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                       -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                   38,960             65,725            41,100          41,100

Capital:




      Total Capital                                        -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                      $     555,363            659,504           644,763         631,427

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $     548,787            652,928           638,187         624,851
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)            2,006              2,006             2,006           2,006
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                           4,570              4,570             4,570           4,570
                                            $     555,363            659,504           644,763         631,427




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                 LAW DEPARTMENT




                       MAYOR




                   CITY ATIORNEY




PROSECUTION    CLAIMS & INVESTIGATION     CIVIL LAW
                                        CITY OF OMAHA
                                     LAW DEPARTMENT


                                           MISSION STATEMENT

The Law Department serves the Mayor, the City Council and all City departments. It advises the Mayor and
Council on legal matters and represents the City in litigation. The Law Department is responsible for drafting
ordinances, contracts, franchises and other documents. In addition, it conducts outside investigations and
handles all matters of claims or complaints against the City and prosecutes all violations designated as
misdemeanors or traffic infractions.




                                         GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. To continue to provide outstanding service to the City of Omaha.
2. To improve productivity through the modernization and computerization of procedures and practices.
3. To continue reducing the number of pending cases.




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                                          City of Omaha
                                   2010 Law Department Budget
                                      Appropriated Summary
                                     Positions                        Funding
                                                    2009               2010            2010
By Division                          2009   2010 Appropriated      Recommended      Appropriated
Civil Law                             18     18 $    1,894,877          1,948,110       1,904,656
Claims and Investigations              3      3        225,638            196,101         191,022
Prosecution                           19     18      1,717,698          1,678,955       1,638,602
  Total                               40     39 $    3,838,213          3,823,166       3,734,280




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                             $   3,650,753        3,594,156       3,505,270
 Non-Personal Services                                   187,460          229,010         229,010
 Capital                                                       -                -               -
   Total                                           $   3,838,213        3,823,166       3,734,280


By Source of Funds
 General                                           $   3,742,663        3,727,616       3,638,730
 Convention Center Hotel Revenue                          25,000           25,000          25,000
 Sewer Revenue Fund                                       70,550           70,550          70,550
   Total                                           $   3,838,213        3,823,166       3,734,280




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Law

Division          Law                                                            Division No.            104000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Civil Law                          104011

Members of the Law Department advise the Mayor and the City Council on legal matters, represent the City in
litigations, provide written legal opinions on official matters when requested to do so by the Mayor, City Council or
other City Officials; draft and review ordinances, contracts, resolutions and other documents for legal correctness;
and perform such other duties as assigned by the Mayor or the City Council.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $9,000 reflects the purchase of various office equipment and furniture.

Employee Compensation                       $    1,457,533         1,707,417          1,761,650          1,718,196
Non-Personal Services                              128,019           187,460            186,460            186,460
 Organization Total                              1,585,552         1,894,877          1,948,110          1,904,656

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Claims and Investigation          104012

The Law Department routinely handles all claims filed against the City, its employees or agents where there is
potential liability. This activity includes locating and interviewing witnesses, taking photographs, seeking out
evidence, taking statements, and generally providing support assistance in litigation. Other activities include
conducting internal investigations and other special investigations as administratively assigned by the Mayor or City
Council.

Employee Compensation                              234,770           225,638            195,551            190,472
Non-Personal Services                                2,206                 -                550                550
 Organization Total                                236,976           225,638            196,101            191,022

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Prosecution                        104013

Members of the Law Department prosecute all violations designated as misdemeanors or traffic infractions.
Additionally, they interview, investigate and issue private warrants, handle all appeals of municipal convictions to
the District Court, enforce provisions of the City Code, advise the Police Department on search and seizure, and
handle appeals on issues of law to the District and State Supreme Court.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Employee Compensation                            1,567,541         1,717,698          1,636,955          1,596,602
Non-Personal Services                               32,554                 -             42,000             42,000
 Organization Total                              1,600,095         1,717,698          1,678,955          1,638,602

   Department Total                         $    3,422,623         3,838,213          3,823,166          3,734,280

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.



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                               EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Law

Division          Law                                                        Division No.      104000


                                                                2008              2009         2010
Performance Measures                                            Actual           Planned       Goal

% of Log Book Assignments Answered
 within 15 days                                                        91%              85%           85%
% of Log Book Assignments Answered
 within 30 days                                                        94%            100%          100%
Maintain Current Case-to-Prosecutor
 Ratios at or Above Target Cities*                              2,500 to 1        2,500 to 1    2,500 to 1
% of Class I, Routine Claims,
 Answered Within 30 Days                                               70%              90%           90%
% of Class II, Non-Routine Claims,
 Answered Within 60 Days                                               42%              90%           90%
% of Medical Answered
 20 Days of Receipt of Report                                          95%            100%          100%

*Target Cities: Overland Park, KS; Milwaukee, WI and Minneapolis, MN


                                                                2008              2009         2010
Program Outputs                                                 Actual           Planned       Goal

Prosecution Complaints Handled                                    44,000            45,000        45,000
Claims by City - Non Litigated                                       132               150           150
Recovered in Claims by City                                $     164,176           160,000       160,000
Claims Against City - Non Litigated                                  511               500           500
Paid in Claims Against City                                $     572,154           500,000       500,000
Civil Active Cases                                                   161               175           175
Civil Cases Closed                                                   160               150           150
Civil New Lawsuits                                                   113               120           120
Litigated Judgments Against City                           $     140,445           750,000       750,000
Litigation Settlements Paid by City                        $     559,744           750,000       750,000
Requests Made by Other City Departments                              289               300           300




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department       Law

Division         Law                                                         Division No.            104000

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Attorney                             39AEC         1        1       1         167,008       1         162,416
Deputy City Attorney                       ATT3         4        5       4         516,582       4         502,378
Senior Attorney                            ATT2         7        9       8         791,267       8         769,541
Attorney                                   ATT1         7        8      10         658,151      10         640,055
Executive Secretary - Law                  SEC1         1        1       1          47,927       1          46,609
Paralegal Assistant                       13AEC         1        1       1          55,445       1          53,920
Legal Investigator                       20.2MC         -        1       1          48,107       1          46,754
Administrative Assistant III               14FC         4        5       5         204,015       5         198,406
Senior Administrative Clerk                11FC         1        1       1          40,125       1          39,022
Administrative Clerk                        9FC         4        8       7         205,093       7         199,453
Part-time and Seasonal                                                              22,284                  21,671
Provision for Longevity                                                             13,291                  13,291
Provision for Attrition                                                            (35,621)                (35,621)
Reimbursements                                                                     (50,000)                (50,000)
                                                       30       40      39       2,683,674      39       2,607,895


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement is decreased by one position from the 2009 authorized. An
Administrative Clerk has been removed from the Prosecution Division.

One Deputy City Attorney and one Senior Attorney position have been reclassified to an Attorney position in the
2010 appropriated budget.

The Law Department receives a grant from the Omaha Safety Council.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                           DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department           Law

Division             Law                                                      Division No.         104000

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008              2009            2010               2010
Major Object Expenditures                    Expended         Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                      $    2,390,702          2,733,953         2,698,099        2,622,933
 Part-Time and Seasonal                         170,736            101,670            22,284           21,671
 Overtime                                        31,238                  -                 -                -
 Longevity                                       13,713             14,780            13,291           13,291
   Reimbursements                               (53,689)           (70,000)          (50,000)         (50,000)
    Total Employee Earnings                   2,552,700          2,780,403         2,683,674        2,607,895

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                           182,632            196,563          196,027           191,395
 Pension                                        214,759            261,817          300,072           291,597
 Insurance                                      339,493            432,040          436,450           436,450
   Reimbursements                               (29,740)           (20,070)         (22,067)          (22,067)
     Total Employee Benefits                    707,144            870,350          910,482           897,375

 Total Employee Compensation                  3,259,844          3,650,753         3,594,156        3,505,270

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                              57,532             98,060          113,610           113,610
 Supplies                                        98,692             70,400          106,400           106,400
 Equipment                                        6,555             19,000            9,000             9,000
 Other                                                -                  -                -                 -
   Reimbursements                                     -                  -                -                 -
    Total Non-Personal Services                 162,779            187,460          229,010           229,010

Capital:




     Total Capital                                      -                 -                  -              -

     Department Total                    $    3,422,623          3,838,213         3,823,166        3,734,280

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                    $       3,327,073          3,742,663         3,727,616        3,638,730
Convention Center Hotel Revenue (Ref.
B-48)                                            25,000             25,000            25,000           25,000
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                        70,550             70,550            70,550           70,550
                                      $       3,422,623          3,838,213         3,823,166        3,734,280




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                      HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT




                                 MAYOR

                                                     Personnel Board
                                                     Police & Fire Pension Board
                                                     Civilian Pension Board

                             HUMAN RESOURCES
                                 DIRECTOR


                                                        ADMINISTRATION




    I             I                                 I                                     I
EMPLOYMENT      HUMAN                            BENEFITS &                        HUMAN RESOURCES
              RESOURCES                        COMPENSATION                        DEVELOPMENT AND
             INFORMATION                                                            LABOR RELATIONS
               SYSTEMS
                                    CITY OF OMAHA
               HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT


                                       MISSION STATEMENT

The City of Omaha Human Resources Department's mission is to provide effective employment-
related services to the operating departments, city employees and to citizens in Omaha. Direct or
core services are provided by the department to our customers through the following divisions:
Administration, Employment, Benefits and Compensation, and Labor Relations.




                                      GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The Human Resources Department strives to:

 1. Attract a wide variety of job applicants.

 2. Identify and hire the best qualified applicants.

 3. Provide a safe work environment.

 4. Motivate and retain valuable employees by ensuring adequate training and development as well
    as equitable wages and benefits.

 5. Provide administrative support for two employee pension systems and the City of Omaha
    Personnel Board, a quasi-judicial entity which hears appeals of employee disciplinary actions.

 6. Assist supervisors in resolving employee performance problems.

 7. Represent City interests in contract negotiations with employee unions.

 8. Foster a work environment that allows for equal opportunity/access to all areas of employment.

Goals for the Human Resources Department include:

 1. Enhance and streamline the recruiting and staffing process.

 2. Negotiate Police, Fire, and Civilian union contracts.

 3. Comprehensive review of all Human Resources Policies and Procedures.

 4. Implement a revised management training program for new supervisors.

 5. Update the City's Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Plan.




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                                        City of Omaha
                            2010 Human Resources Department Budget
                                    Appropriated Summary
                                    Positions                         Funding
                                                      2009             2010            2010
By Division                        2009   2010     Appropriated    Recommended      Appropriated
Administration                        4      4    $      443,182          503,590         495,085
Employment                            7      7           555,784          550,468         537,728
Benefits and Compensation             6      5           522,918          479,658         468,146
Labor Relations                       4      4           269,398          427,999         417,581
 Total                               21     20    $    1,791,282        1,961,715       1,918,540




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                            $    1,657,198        1,829,131       1,785,956
 Non-Personal Services                                   134,084          132,584         132,584
 Capital                                                       -                -               -
   Total                                          $    1,791,282        1,961,715       1,918,540


By Source of Funds
 General                                          $    1,791,282        1,961,715       1,918,540
   Total                                          $    1,791,282        1,961,715       1,918,540




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Human Resources

Division          Human Resources                                                Division No.            105000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Administration                     105011

The Administration organization is responsible for the management of the functional activities of the Human
Resources Department and enforcement of the Omaha Municipal Code, Labor Agreements, and State and Federal
laws regarding employment. The Administration organization also provides administrative and secretarial support
for the Personnel Board.

The 2010 appropriated equipment provides $4,744 for computer upgrades.

Employee Compensation                       $      301,792           309,098            371,006            362,501
Non-Personal Services                              115,356           134,084            132,584            132,584
 Organization Total                                417,148           443,182            503,590            495,085

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Employment                        105013

This organization is responsible for assuring that all applicants for City positions, whether for open or promotional
appointments, are evaluated based on qualifications and fitness for employment into the City service. This
encompasses interviewing, testing, and referral to operational departments for selection.

This organization is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of City employee records, payroll
verification, information systems, state unemployment compensation and budget control under the general
supervision of the Director of Human Resources, and providing support services for the clerical functions of the
department. This organization is also responsible for the administration of the City of Omaha classification
program, including maintaining class specifications, conducting job audits and performing salary and fringe benefits
surveys.

Employee Compensation                              507,523           555,784            550,468            537,728
Non-Personal Services                               11,946                 -                  -                  -
 Organization Total                                519,469           555,784            550,468            537,728

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Benefits & Compensation            105014

This organization is responsible for administering and coordinating the City's health care program. The necessary
administrative functions for the Police and Fire Retirement System Board, and the Civilian Employee Pension
Board are also assigned to this organization. Additional projects include pre-retirement counseling and review and
coordination of all medical data relating to pension applications. This organization also administers all aspects of
Injured-on-Duty/Worker's Compensation cases.

Employee Compensation                              489,640           522,918            479,658            468,146
Non-Personal Services                                6,814                 -                  -                  -
 Organization Total                                496,454           522,918            479,658            468,146

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.
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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Human Resources

Division          Human Resources                                                  Division No.          105000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                  2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Labor Relations                   105015

This organization is responsible for coordinating inter-departmental efforts regarding the Americans with Disabilities
Act, the Affirmative Action Program, Diversity Training Program, the City Newsletter, employee recognition
programs and retirement programs. This organization is also responsible for career development programs with
activities including conducting classes or seminars for all City employees, as well as orientation and career
development seminars. This organization administers the Commercial Driver's License function, the Employee
Assistance Program and City-wide volunteer fund drives.

This organization is responsible for all activities to include contract preparation and negotiation, contract
administration, preparation of all arbitration personnel cases and the administration of the grievance procedure for
the City. The function of the City-wide safety program is also administered by this organization.

Employee Compensation                              255,196            269,398            427,999            417,581
Non-Personal Services                                2,323                  -                  -                  -
 Organization Total                                257,519            269,398            427,999            417,581

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Department Total                         $    1,690,590          1,791,282           1,961,715         1,918,540

                                                                     2008               2009               2010
Performance Measures                                                 Actual            Planned             Goal

Number of Employee Who Participate
 in Monthly Safety Committees                                                126              140                 140
Number of Employees Who participate
 in Periodic Classroom Safety Programs                                       650              700                 700
% Reduction of Average Injuries
 Within a Department                                                          5%                  5%              5%
Average Number of Days from Posting
 Date of an Open Position and
 Certification Date of Eligibility List                                       55                  49              50

                                                                    2008               2009                2010
Program Outputs                                                     Actual            Planned              Goal

Applications Received                                                    6,861               5,500              6,500
Assessment Centers/Performance Test                                         10                   7                  7
Eligibility Lists Produced                                                  74                  60                 70
Labor Relations-Discipline                                                 162                 185                175
Labor Relations-Grievances                                                  23                  20                 20
Personnel Action (P-19 Form)                                             3,490               3,550              3,500
Position Authorization Requests (PAR's)                                    410                 320                380
Training Seminars Provided                                                 300                 300                300



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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Human Resources

Division        Human Resources                                              Division No.           105000

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay     2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range    Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Human Resources Director                  Appt.        1        1        1          97,324      1         94,648
Human Resources Technician IV            26AEC         2        2        2         188,368      2        183,189
Human Resources Technician III           22AEC         1        1        1          80,196      1         77,991
Human Resources Technician II            18AEC         2        3        3         205,806      3        200,147
Human Resources Information
  System Administrator                   18AEC         1        1        1          64,721      1         62,941
Human Resources Technician I             15AEC         4        5        4         236,268      4        229,771
Human Resources Specialist               10AEC         4        4        4         195,142      4        189,777
Executive Secretary - Personnel           SEC1         1        1        1          53,013      1         51,555
Union Officer                             Appt.        1        1        1          48,648      1         47,310
Administrative Clerk                       9FC         1        1        1          32,351      1         31,461
Administrative Typist I                    5FC         1        1        1          27,382      1         26,629
Provision for longevity                                                             13,105                13,105
Part-time and seasonal                                                              70,048                68,122
Interdepartmental Charge (Finance)                                                  32,953                32,047
                                                      19       21      20        1,345,325     20      1,308,693


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement is decreased by one position from the 2009 authorized, a Human
Resources Technician I has been eliminated.

A Management Analyst position, located in the Finance Department, will be utilized and partially funded by Human
Resources in 2010.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                          DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department           Human Resources

Division             Human Resources                                            Division No.         105000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 1,112,834             1,136,563       1,262,172        1,227,466
 Part-Time and Seasonal                          71,138               104,478          70,048           68,122
 Overtime                                         1,842                     -               -                -
 Longevity                                       11,218                11,760          13,105           13,105
   Reimbursements                               (28,400)                    -               -                -
    Total Employee Earnings                   1,168,632             1,252,801       1,345,325        1,308,693

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              88,731             97,981          102,988          100,184
 Pension                                          106,410            109,378          143,889          140,150
 Insurance                                        202,572            209,911          254,777          254,777
   Reimbursements                                 (12,194)           (12,873)         (17,848)         (17,848)
     Total Employee Benefits                      385,519            404,397          483,806          477,263

 Total Employee Compensation                     1,554,151          1,657,198       1,829,131        1,785,956

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                               120,909            119,350          119,350          119,350
 Supplies                                           9,616              8,490            8,490            8,490
 Equipment                                          5,900              6,244            4,744            4,744
 Other                                                 14                  -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                       -                  -                -                -
    Total Non-Personal Services                   136,439            134,084          132,584          132,584

Capital:




     Total Capital                                         -                -                  -              -

     Department Total                       $    1,690,590          1,791,282       1,961,715        1,918,540

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $ 1,690,590             1,791,282       1,961,715        1,918,540




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                       HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELATIONS DEPARTMENT




                                         MAYOR

                                                                      BOARDS
                                                                      - Human Relations Board
                                                                      - Civil Rights Hearing Board

                                     HUMAN RIGHTS AND
                                    RELATIONS DIRECTOR



                                                                            ADMINISTRATION
                                                                  I                                      I



         r                 I                               I                                         I
COMMUNITY RELATIONS/
                        CONTRACT                    ENFORCEMENT AND                             CIVIL
   DISCRIMINATION
                       COMPLIANCE                   SUPPORT SERVICES                           RIGHTS
     PREVENTION
                                                                                 I
                                          CITY OF OMAHA
         HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELATIONS DEPARTMENT


                                             MISSION STATEMENT

The Human Rights and Relations Department is charged with civil rights enforcement, equal opportunity
contract compliance and community relations/discrimination prevention. It is responsible for the investigation,
elimination, and prevention of all forms of prohibited discrimination, including that based on race, creed, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, or any other form of discrimination
proscribed by ordinance or resolution. Towards its goal of ensuring equal opportunity and treatment for all
citizens of the city, this department oversees the operation of two appointed boards: the Human Rights and
Relations Board and the Civil Rights Hearing Board.




                                           GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Expand education and outreach programs relative to civil rights in the areas of housing, public
   accommodations and employment, and to increase knowledge of individual human rights to the citizens
   of Omaha and eliminate the potential for exploitation.
2. Actively accept and investigate charges of discrimination from the citizens of Omaha to eliminate
   prejudice from the Omaha community.
3. Provide technical assistance and guidance to ensure contractors have optimum opportunity to meet
   their minimum goals for equal employment and treatment practices.
4. Streamline reporting procedures and automate processes to redirect staff efforts toward more
   advanced, in-depth investigations and improved public awareness programs.




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                                        City of Omaha
                       2010 Human Rights and Relations Department Budget
                                    Appropriated Summary
                                    Positions                           Funding
                                                         2009            2010           2010
By Division                        2009   2010        Appropriated   Recommended     Appropriated
Administration                        3      2       $     256,149          92,831         91,106
Civil Rights Investigation            6      6             275,783         293,498        284,293
Community Relations/
  Discrimination Prevention           -          -          63,200          83,810         82,662
Contract Compliance                   2          1         139,981               -         78,587
Enforcement and Support Service       2          2         152,567         138,687        135,622
  Total                              13         11   $     887,680         608,826        672,270




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                               $     811,330         551,476        614,920
 Non-Personal Services                                      76,350          57,350         57,350
   Total                                             $     887,680         608,826        672,270


By Source of Funds
 General                                             $     887,680         608,826        672,270
   Total                                             $     887,680         608,826        672,270




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department         Human Rights and Relations

Division           Human Rights and Relations                                      Division No.           106000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010                  2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Administration                     106011


This organization provides the administrative support to ensure that the department implements Ordinance No.
28920, the Civil Rights: Anti-trust Discrimination Ordinance and Ordinance No. 28885, the Contract Compliance
Ordinance. These two ordinances establish the department's goals - identifying, preventing and remedying
discrimination and inter-group conflict and ensuring equal opportunity for all persons within the City of Omaha.
These responsibilities include: establishing objectives, organizations, priorities, policies and rules and regulations,
determining expenditures, assisting the Human Relations Board and Civil Rights Hearing Board, and coordinating
the department's organizations and activities with state, regional and national civil rights enforcement agencies.

The 2010 Appropriated equipment of $1,500 reflects the purchase of a microcomputer and audio recording
equipment.

Employee Compensation                        $      143,727           250,849              77,581             75,856
Non-Personal Services                                23,485             5,300              15,250             15,250
 Organization Total                                 167,212           256,149              92,831             91,106

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Civil Rights Investigation         106012

This organization mediates and/or investigates charges of discrimination alleging a violation of the Omaha
Municipal Code, Chapter 13 Article III entitled Civil Rights Anti-Discrimination. In addition this organization
monitors settlement agreements and assists on special projects as needed.

Employee Compensation                               368,292           268,533             292,498            283,293
Non-Personal Services                                 2,381             7,250               1,000              1,000
 Organization Total                                 370,673           275,783             293,498            284,293

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Community Relations/
 Discrimination Prevention         106013


This organization prevents discrimination and inter-group conflict through education and provides other assistance
to individuals and organizations. The activities include: developing and distributing education/informational
materials, planning and presenting discrimination prevention and Human Relations seminars and presentations.
Also, the funding provides support and coordination for special events which include the Martin Luther King
Celebration, Black History Month, the Hispanic Heritage event, and the Native American Tribute.

Employee Compensation                                     -                  -             42,710             41,562
Non-Personal Services                                26,838             63,200             41,100             41,100
 Organization Total                                  26,838             63,200             83,810             82,662

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.
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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department       Human Rights and Relations

Division         Human Rights and Relations                                   Division No.          106000

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major              2008            2009              2010               2010
Object Summary                                Expended       Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Contract Compliance              106014

Contract Compliance implements Ordinance No. 28885, the Contract Compliance Ordinance which promotes equal
opportunity in connection with contracts awarded by the City. This organization ensures that contractors and
vendors comply with the equal opportunity requirements of the Ordinance and the Rules and Regulations based
thereon. The activities include: conducting compliance reviews (i.e. equal opportunity audits), investigating
contract compliance complaints, assisting contractors and conducting discrimination prevention seminars for City
contractors.

Employee Compensation                            137,263          139,481                     -         78,587
Non-Personal Services                              1,700              500                     -              -
 Organization Total                              138,963          139,981                     -         78,587

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase, and increased one
Human Relations Representative I position.

Enforcement and
 Support Services                106015

This organization provides operational support for the department. This organization includes the following
activities: tracking and reporting the Department's performance, screening and interviewing persons wanting to
make a complaint, maintaining files, recording all information for the Contract Compliance, Civil Rights
Investigation and Community Relations/Discrimination Prevention and assisting on special projects.

Employee Compensation                            103,145          152,467            138,687           135,622
Non-Personal Services                                344              100                  -                 -
 Organization Total                              103,489          152,567            138,687           135,622

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Department Total                       $      807,175          887,680            608,826           672,270




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department         Human Rights and Relations

Division           Human Rights and Relations                                        Division No.            106000


                                                                      2008                2009                2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual             Planned              Goal

Average Time Per Completed Intake                                     2 Days              2 Days             2 Days
% of Investigations Completed
 Within 180 Days                                                       95%                 95%                 95%
% of Investigations Accepted for
 payment by EEOC &
 HUD on First Submittal                                               100%                100%                100%
% of Intakes Completed Within
 First Visit                                                           95%                 95%                 95%
% of Requests and Complaints
 Addressed Within 3 Days                                               99%                 99%                 99%
Number of Weeks Public
 Service Running per Year                                               52                  52                  52
% of Positive Responses from
 Community Surveys                                                     97%                 97%                 97%
% of Applicants Notified Within 5
 Working Days of Receipt                                              100%                100%                100%

                                                                      2008                2009                2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual             Planned              Goal

Charges Taken                                                               171                  200                 200
Cases Pending                                                                71                    75                  75
Total Contacts*                                                         22,195                23,000              23,000
Number of days to Resolve
  Charge from Receipt to Closure                                            252                  180                 180
*Includes all inquiries including preliminary contacts in which no charge is filed, referrals to other entities, questions
regarding discrimination, etc.




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                               DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Human Rights and Relations

Division        Human Rights and Relations                                 Division No.           106000

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Human Relations Director                  Appt.       -         1      -               -     -               -
Human Relations Representative III      22AEC         1         -      1          79,348     1          77,217
Human Relations Representative II      17.2MC         1         1      1          64,570     1          62,835
Human Relations Representative I       14.2MC         6         7      4         223,291     5         273,357
Executive Secretary                    11.1MC         1         1      1          51,214     1          49,838
Human Relations Specialist              9.2MC         2         2      2          81,495     2          79,307
Clerk Typist II                          00130        -         1      1          25,381     1          24,699
Part-time/Seasonal wages                                                          59,979                58,368
Provision for longevity                                                            2,896                 2,896
Provision for Attrition                                                         (104,729)             (101,916)
EEOC & HUD Reimbursements                                                        (97,000)              (97,000)
                                                     11        13     10         386,445     11        429,601


Explanatory Comments:

The Director of Human Resources will also serve as Director of Human Rights and Relations.

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement increases by one Human Relations Representative III, and is reduced
by one Human Relations Director and two Human Relations Representative I positions.

The Human Rights and Relations Department receives grant funds from the Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission and the Department of Housing and Urban Development that reimburse a portion of salary costs for the
department.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase, and increased one
Human Relations Representative I position.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Human Rights and Relations

Division              Human Rights and Relations                                 Division No.         106000

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                   2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                        Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                          $      621,068           666,810          420,570          465,337
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                   -                 -           59,979           58,368
 Overtime                                            22,004                 -                -                -
 Longevity                                            4,587             5,429            2,896            2,896
 Grant Reimbursements                              (115,776)         (107,250)         (97,000)         (97,000)
     Total Employee Earnings                        531,883           564,989          386,445          429,601

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                               47,945             51,426           33,615           37,015
 Pension                                            59,717             64,031           37,343           42,317
 Insurance                                         120,103            138,286          100,730          113,022
   Reimbursements                                   (7,221)            (7,402)          (6,657)          (7,035)
     Total Employee Benefits                       220,544            246,341          165,031          185,319

  Total Employee Compensation                      752,427            811,330          551,476          614,920

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                 44,812             67,100           47,900           47,900
 Supplies                                            7,866              7,750            7,900            7,900
 Equipment                                           1,368              1,500            1,500            1,500
 Other                                                 702                  -               50               50
   Reimbursements                                        -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                    54,748             76,350           57,350           57,350

Capital:




      Total Capital                                         -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                       $     807,175            887,680          608,826          672,270

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase, and increased one
Human Relations Representative I position.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                           $     807,175            887,680          608,826          672,270




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           FINANCE DEPARTMENT




                  MAYOR




             FINANCE DIRECTOR


                                      ADMINISTRATION


             CITY COMPTROLLER




                 BUDGET
REVENUE      AND ACCOUNTING                 PAYROLL
                                         CITY OF OMAHA
                                 FINANCE DEPARTMENT


                                            MISSION STATEMENT


The Finance Department plans, controls, maintains, and reports the receipts, commitments, and disbursements
of all City funds. Finance staff manage the City's debt and property insurance, monitor the Keno contract,
administer the two defined-benefit pension systems, and oversee the operations of the City-owned Convention
Center Hotel. The Department serves as support to the other departments in the areas of budgeting,
accounting, billing, employee timekeeping, payroll, and property control. The Department strives to identify cost
effective improvements throughout all City operations and to maximize revenue collections and investments.




                                          GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. To provide timely, accurate and useful financial data to the Mayor, City Council and department
   managers.
2. Coordinate the preparation, implementation and monitoring of the annual City budget. The budget itself
   should serve as a policy document, as an operations guide, as a financial plan and as a
   communications medium.
3. Maintain a diversified and stable revenue system to protect the City from possible short-term
   fluctuations in any of its various revenue sources.
4. To provide City departments timely and accurate service.
5. Provide effective cash management and timely investment of City funds.
6. Attain a AAA general obligation bond rating and an AA revenue bond rating.
7. Attain an unqualified opinion on the City's annual audit.




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                                            City of Omaha
                                   2010 Finance Department Budget
                                       Appropriated Summary
                                       Positions                         Funding
                                                         2009             2010            2010
By Division                          2009    2010     Appropriated    Recommended      Appropriated
Finance Administration                   5       7   $      411,867          426,408         415,039
Budget and Accounting                   12      13          965,841        1,074,045       1,035,930
Revenue                                 10       9          729,872          944,332         673,829
Payroll                                  6       6          437,852          488,837         475,937
  Total                                 33      35   $    2,545,432        2,933,622       2,600,735




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                               $    2,502,764        2,892,576       2,565,867
 Non-Personal Services                                       42,668           41,046          34,868
 Capital                                                          -                -               -
   Total                                             $    2,545,432        2,933,622       2,600,735


By Source of Funds
 General                                             $    2,450,432        2,838,622       2,505,735
 Convention Center Hotel Revenue                             75,000           75,000          75,000
 Special Assessment                                          20,000           20,000          20,000
   Total                                             $    2,545,432        2,933,622       2,600,735




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Finance

Division          Finance                                                        Division No.           107000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Finance Administration            107011

The Finance Administration organization provides support for the various organizations within the Finance
Department and is responsible for fiscal administration and management of the City. Personnel in this organization
manage the City's debt and insurance policies, administer the Civilian and Police/Fire Pension Systems, and
oversee the operations of the City-owned Convention Center Hotel.


Finance Administration:
  Employee Compensation                     $      394,099           389,332           410,068            398,699
  Non-Personal Services                             22,649            22,535            16,340             16,340
    Organization Total                             416,748           411,867           426,408            415,039

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Budget and Accounting             107020


Budget Preparation - The preparation of an annual budget, under the Mayor's direction, is an assigned
responsibility of the Finance Department according to Sections 5.01, 5.04, and 5.05 of the City Charter.
Preparation involves the presentation of revenue and cost data for at least the current and immediate past fiscal
years as well as a financial plan for the next budget year for all funds, departments, organizations, capital
accounts, agencies, and other budgetary accounts. This organization also includes budget format design and
setting up computerized line item organizational budgets.

Enterprise and Agency - Municipal Enterprise Funds consist of accounts which are in many cases self-supporting
entities: Sewer Revenue, Air Quality Control Revenue, Tennis Revenue, City Wide Sports, Parking Facility
Revenue, Marina Revenue, Lewis and Clark Landing Fund, Golf Revenue, Compost Revenue, Storm Water Fee
Revenue, Household Hazardous Waste Revenue, and the Convention Center Hotel Revenue. Trust and Agency
accounts include those in which the City acts in a fiduciary capacity or disburses funds in accordance with donor
stipulations. Functional objectives include accounting and auditing procedures, preparation of financial statements,
rates and fee studies, and contract negotiations.

Accounting and Reporting - Responsibilities of this organization are maintenance and control of general accounting
records, preparation and issuance of all checks, pre-audit of all purchase orders, invoices and disbursements
charged against the City. The maintenance and retention of all disbursements reports for the City departmental
budgetary accounts are maintained and distributed. Functional responsibilities include a quarterly summary and
analysis of expenses against appropriations, pre-audit of contracts and purchase orders, application of accounting
disciplines, and preparation of information for bond sale official statements. This organization is also responsible
for the year-end closing of funds, preparation of annual financial statements and assisting the independent
auditors. This organization is also responsible for inventory control and accountability for all City owned real and
personal properties.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Finance

Division          Finance                                                         Division No.            107000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Budget and Accounting (Continued)


Grant Accounting - Responsible for preparing and maintaining accounting records necessary to show both
compliance with applicable legal provisions and fairly present the financial position and results of operations of the
respective funds provided through grants by various federal and state agencies. The financial positions of the
respective funds are kept in self-balancing accounts in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

There is equipment in this organization for a desktop computer which is fully reimbursable by grant funding.

Budget and Accounting:
 Employee Compensation                       $      969,807           962,060          1,073,045          1,034,930
 Non-Personal Services                                1,302             3,781              1,000              1,000
   Organization Total                               971,109           965,841          1,074,045          1,035,930

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Revenue                            107030

Revenue - Functional responsibilities include a quarterly summary and analysis of revenue, investment of
temporarily idle funds, preparation of annual financial statements and the revenue section of the annual budget.
This activity also includes the continuous monitoring and internal control of revenue against budget appropriations,
and administration of the entire Revenue Division.

Billing - Responsible for the coordination of the City's centralized billing procedures. Duties include the
maintenance of billing ledgers, preparation of summary outstanding balances and receipt reports, and the
resolution of billed customer inquiries.

Central Cashier - Collects, records, and deposits all monies pertaining to permits, fees, licenses, various taxes and
other miscellaneous revenues which are not assigned to the City Treasurer by law. This responsibility includes the
safekeeping of such funds and the timely deposit thereof with the City Treasurer. In addition, the Cashier Section
has the custodial responsibility for the centralized city petty cash fund and the collection of returned checks,
delinquent accounts and occupation taxes.

Traffic Violations Bureau - Responsible for the collection of and the accounting for all monies paid by persons who
are alleged to have violated any of the non-moving provisions of the Traffic Code. The City's administrative fee for
parking violations is $9 of the $16 ticket to recover the cost of collections. The remaining $7 per ticket is paid to
the Omaha Public Schools as directed by State Statute.


Keno Administration - Provides for the administration of the Keno-Lottery game. Keno operates at one main and
one mini-main location and approximately 173 satellite locations; each are being monitored by this section.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Finance

Division          Finance                                                         Division No.            107000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Revenue (Continued)

Internal Audit - This program is responsible for reviewing the processes associated with the receipt and payment of
funds. Special attention is given to the review of the handling of cash throughout the City. Internal audits and
operational contract audits are completed as needed. One Accountant is assigned full-time to these
responsibilities. Additionally this group is responsible for monitoring and enforcing the Entertainment Fee collection
process with a designated staff of two Accountants and a Fiscal Specialist.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $2,836 is for a microcomputer with software and a chair.

Revenue:
 Employee Compensation                       $      584,302           715,020            925,268            660,943
 Non-Personal Services                                9,961            14,852             19,064             12,886
   Organization Total                               594,263           729,872            944,332            673,829

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase and removed the
funding associated with the Entertainment Fee.

Payroll                            107041

Payroll provides for wage payments to employees, pension to retirees, and disbursements of deductions from
these payments. This organization is also responsible for preparation and custody of federal, state, and local wage
related documents and other numerous reporting requirements.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $2,703 is for a microcomputer and printers.

Payroll:
 Employee Compensation                              363,927           436,352            484,195            471,295
 Non-Personal Services                                  769             1,500              4,642              4,642
   Organization Total                               364,696           437,852            488,837            475,937

   Department Total                         $     2,346,816         2,545,432          2,933,622          2,600,735

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                               EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Finance

Division          Finance                                                   Division No.           107000


                                                               2008              2009               2010
Performance Measures                                           Actual           Planned             Goal

City General Obligation Bond Rating                           AAA / AA1                AAA                AAA
City Employees Retirement System (Rate of Return)               -25.92%              8.00%              8.00%
City Police and Fire Retirement System (Rate of Return)         -28.41%              8.00%              8.00%
Elapsed Number of Days for Issuance of Quarterly Reports              60                 45                 45
Elapsed Number of Days for Issuance of Annual Reports                200                 90                150
% of Time Rate of Return on Investments Exceeds 180
  Day Annualized Treasury Bill Rate                               100%               100%               100%
Payrolls Published                                                   26                 26                 27
Fair Labor Standards Act Payrolls
  Calculated (Police & Fire)                                          13                 13                13
Pension Payroll Processed                                             12                 12                12
DOT.Comm Payrolls Processed                                           26                 26                26
W2's Processed                                                     4,063              4,200             4,500
1099's Processed                                                   2,694              2,800             2,900


                                                               2008               2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                Actual          Planned              Goal

Total Number of Funds Reconciled at Year End                         146               153                 150
Grant Programs Projects (Count)                                      132                60                 140
Grant Dollars                                              $ 75,492,845      $ 65,000,000        $ 65,000,000
Outside Agency Monitoring Visits                                       9                 6                  11
Number of Accounts Payable Checks Processed                       25,971            24,500              25,000
Number of 1099's Mailed (MISC & S)                                   421               440                 370
Rate of Return on Investments                                      3.7%               3.1%               3.2%
Parking Violation Tickets Collected                               37,618            37,700              38,500
Audits:
 Audit & Review Reports Issued                                          -                    -              10
 Other Written Reports Issued                                           -                    -               5
 City Departments Audited                                               -                    -               4
Keno Locations Monitored:
 Main Locations                                                       1                      1                1
 Satellite Locations                                                175                    180              182
 Mini-main Locations                                                  1                      1                1




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Finance

Division        Finance                                                          Division No.           107000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                       Pay       2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                      Range      Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Finance Director                              Appt.       1          1       1         103,974      1       101,115
City Comptroller                            29AEC         -          1       1          88,016      1        85,596
Accountant IV                               28AEC         1          1       1         100,494      1        97,731
Payroll Manager                             26AEC         1          1       1          92,766      1        90,215
Revenue Manager                             26AEC         1          1       1          88,605      1        86,169
Accountant III                             23.1MC         -          1       1          81,976      1        79,722
Accountant II                              18.1MC         4          4       4         262,241      4       255,028
Management Analyst                         18.1MC         1          1       1          65,885      1        64,073
Office Manager                             16.1MC         1          1       1          55,190      1        53,673
Accountant I                               14.2MC         3          6       7         360,882      5       255,411
Grant Administrator                        18.4MC         1          -       1          70,314      1        68,381
Budget Analyst                             14.2MC         2          1       1          50,594      1        49,203
Payroll Analyst                            14.2MC         2          2       2         105,074      2       102,185
Detention Center Supervisor                14.1MC         1          1       1          57,525      1        55,943
Office Supervisor                          11.1MC         1          1       1          51,213      1        49,805
Applications Analyst                       18.3MC         -          -       2         118,558      2       115,297
Fiscal Specialist                           9.1MC         1          2       3         125,430      2        82,331
Senior Payroll Clerk                          14FC        1          1       1          44,239      1        43,022
Administrative Assistant III                  14FC        1          1       1          44,240      1        43,024
Senior Administrative Clerk                   11FC        1          1       1          39,527      1        38,440
Account Clerk                                00170        1          1       1          37,984      1        36,940
Cashier                                      00165        2          2       3          83,790      2        54,158
Clerk Typist II                              00130        1          -       -               -      -             -
Senior Clerk                                 00120        1          2       2          70,471      2        68,534
Part-time and Seasonal                                                                 213,912              208,883
Overtime                                                                                 1,750                1,750
Longevity                                                                               12,073               12,073
Annual Leave Sellback                                                                    1,986                1,986
Attrition                                                                              (88,016)             (85,596)
Reimbursement                                                                         (229,260)            (222,957)

                                                         29         33     39        2,111,433     35     1,892,135

Explanatory Comments:

The appropriated 2010 budget provides for a net increase of two employees to the Department's total complement.

A Grant Administrator and a Budget Analyst which were previously in the Police Department budget are now in the
Administration organization of Finance. These employees are 100% grant reimbursed. An Accountant I position is
added to perform grant accounting and reporting requirements for the federal stimulus funds. Upgrades for two
employees to Application Analysts are included in the department's budget. A Budget Analyst position is eliminated.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase and removed the
position staffing associated with the Entertainment Fee.



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                           DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Finance

Division              Finance                                                 Division No.         107000

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008              2009            2010               2010
Major Object Expenditures                    Expended         Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                        $ 1,562,358           1,741,828        2,112,958        1,892,386
 Part-Time and Seasonal                        211,564             215,547          213,912          208,883
 Overtime                                        4,730               2,500            1,750            1,750
 Longevity                                      10,653               9,924           12,073           12,073
   Reimbursements                              (28,546)            (86,255)        (229,260)        (222,957)
     Total Employee Earnings                 1,760,759           1,883,544        2,111,433        1,892,135

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                           133,016           146,482           179,063          160,105
 Pension                                        143,583           161,853           239,795          212,678
 Insurance                                      293,309           342,087           467,854          398,120
   Reimbursements                               (18,532)          (31,202)         (105,569)         (97,171)
     Total Employee Benefits                    551,376           619,220           781,143          673,732

  Total Employee Compensation                 2,312,135          2,502,764        2,892,576        2,565,867

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                              19,435             24,390           19,365           19,365
 Supplies                                        10,128              9,175           16,097            9,919
 Equipment                                        4,274              9,058            5,539            5,539
 Other                                              844                 45               45               45
   Reimbursements                                     -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                 34,681             42,668           41,046           34,868

Capital:




      Total Capital                                     -                -                   -               -

      Department Total                     $ 2,346,816           2,545,432        2,933,622        2,600,735

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase and removed the
funding associated with the Entertainment Fee.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                         $ 2,276,816           2,450,432        2,838,622        2,505,735
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                  20,000              20,000           20,000           20,000
Convention Center Hotel Revenue
(Ref. B-48)                                     50,000              75,000           75,000           75,000
                                           $ 2,346,816           2,545,432        2,933,622        2,600,735




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                   PLANNING DEPARTMENT




                   I        MAYOR
                                           I
                                                      BOARDS
                                               I                     I

                   I   PLANNING DIRECTOR
                                           I
                                               I
                                               I
                                                   ADMINISTRATION
                                                                     I




     URBAN
                   I
                          BUILDING AND
                                               I               I COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT I
                                                                     HOUSING AND
I   PLANNING
               I          DEVELOPMENT
                                        CITY OF OMAHA
                               PLANNING DEPARTMENT


                                            MISSION STATEMENT

To serve the public and improve their quality of life by preparing and implementing plans and programs which
alleviate blight and deterioration and which guide the orderly growth, development, conservation and
rehabilitation of the community. To be responsive to the expressed health, safety, welfare and development
needs of the public through the timely and adequate enforcement and administration of city codes and
ordinances.




                                          GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Housing and Community Development

1. Promote dramatically visible, concentrated improvement in strategic parts of neighborhoods with the
   greatest economic and housing needs.

2. Create jobs for low-and-moderate income people in economically distressed areas.

3. Expand affordable housing opportunities through the rehabilitation of housing, the construction of new
   housing and the provision of below market rate financing.

Building and Development

1. Improve the Citizen Access feature of the new Acella computer software system; providing on-line access
   to permit information for the general public and interactive features for licensed contractors and permit
   holders.

2. Promote public safety through construction code awareness and compliance.


Urban Planning

1. Begin work on several neighborhood conservation/enhancement overlays.

2. Implement four new segments of Areas of Civic Importance overlay.

3. Undertake a new historic district survey in conjunction with the State of Nebraska.

4. Evaluate and update Chapter 55 regulations to conform with various Master Plan updates.

5. Complete the Environmental Element of the Master Plan.

6. Complete an Alternative Analysis for the first phase of the Downtown Streetcar Project.

7. Complete a plan for 16th Street between Dodge and Jackson.


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                                         City of Omaha
                                2010 Planning Department Budget
                                     Appropriated Summary
                                      Positions                         Funding
                                                        2009              2010           2010
By Division                          2009   2010     Appropriated    Recommended      Appropriated
Administration                          6      6    $      311,111          614,901         607,606
Housing and Community Development      44     41         1,490,599        1,453,432       1,431,882
Urban Planning                         23     24         1,579,832        1,686,706       1,649,423
Building and Development               51     52         3,278,382        3,380,441       3,418,783
Community Development Block Grant                        5,400,000        5,450,000       5,450,000
 Total                                124    123    $  12,059,924        12,585,480     12,557,694




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                              $    5,785,998        6,017,687       5,989,901
 Non-Personal Services                                   2,001,781        2,607,895       2,607,895
 Capital                                                 4,272,145        3,959,898       3,959,898
   Total                                            $   12,059,924       12,585,480      12,557,694


By Source of Funds
 General                                            $    6,232,621        6,518,608       6,492,881
 General-Capital                                           292,000          292,000         292,000
 2006 Public Facility Bond                                       -          250,000         250,000
 SID Administrative Fee                                    135,303           74,872          72,813
 Community Development Block Grant                       5,400,000        5,450,000       5,450,000
   Total                                            $   12,059,924       12,585,480      12,557,694




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                                     EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Planning

Division            Administration                                                Division No.         109010

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                   2008            2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Administration                        109011


This organization provides the required administrative support for the Planning Department such as budgeting,
requisitioning supplies and equipment, personnel administration and setting departmental policies and procedures.

Employee Compensation                          $      306,957          290,161           341,301         334,006
Non-Personal Services                                  33,639           20,950            23,600          23,600
Capital                                                     -                -           250,000         250,000
 Organization Total                                   340,596          311,111           614,901         607,606

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Division Total                              $      340,596          311,111           614,901         607,606




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Planning

Division        Administration                                              Division No.          109010

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Planning Director                         Appt.        1        1       1         185,000     1        185,000
City Planner III                        23.1MC         -        1       1          67,676     1         65,860
City Planner                                CP         1        1       1          59,802     1         58,196
Construction Specialist                 15.2MC         1        1       1          58,650     1         57,075
Executive Secretary                     11.1MC         1        1       1          51,213     1         49,837
Maintenance Repairer II                  06130         -        1       -               -     -              -
Maintenance Repairer I                   06125         -        -       1          34,506     1         33,579
Part-Time and Seasonal                                                             81,437               79,250
Provision for Longevity                                                             3,600                3,600
Reimbursement                                                                    (270,034)            (262,830)
                                                       4        6       6         271,850     6        269,567


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reclassifies a Maintenance Repairer II to a Maintenance
Repairer I.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                           DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department           Planning

Division             Administration                                              Division No.        109010

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                          $      311,421            408,329          456,847         449,547
 Part-Time and Seasonal                             144,567             86,400           81,437          79,250
 Overtime                                                 -                  -                -               -
 Longevity                                            3,628              3,240            3,600           3,600
   Reimbursements                                 (211,651)          (269,618)        (270,034)       (262,830)
     Total Employee Earnings                       247,965            228,351          271,850         269,567

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                31,945             35,521           35,744           34,784
 Pension                                             30,024             39,179           51,025           45,850
 Insurance                                           42,750             64,764           74,820           74,820
   Reimbursements                                  (45,727)           (77,654)         (92,138)         (91,015)
     Total Employee Benefits                        58,992             61,810           69,451           64,439

 Total Employee Compensation                      306,957            290,161           341,301         334,006

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                15,649              7,900            10,000          10,000
 Supplies                                          17,945             13,050            13,600          13,600
 Equipment                                              -                  -                 -               -
 Other                                                 45                  -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                       -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                   33,639             20,950            23,600          23,600

Capital:
Public Facility Master Plan Update                         -                -          250,000         250,000




     Total Capital                                         -                -          250,000         250,000

     Department Total                       $     340,596            311,111           614,901         607,606

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $     340,596            311,111           364,901         357,606
2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                   -                  -           250,000         250,000
                                            $     340,596            311,111           614,901         607,606




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Planning

Division          Housing and Community Development                             Division No.           109020

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                 Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Community Development
and Rehabilitation                109021

The Community Development organization administers construction financing for single and multi-family homes
and emergency shelter housing programs, conducts acquisition and relocation activities and works with
representatives of community and neighborhood groups, and governmental agencies in planning, preparation and
implementation of housing and community development activities as annually approved by the City of Omaha.
Also, the preparation and implementation of the Economic Development activities promote the growth and
development of business in Omaha. This organization also provides for the operation of a Minority Business
Development Program which assists minority-owned businesses through business development and procurement
assistance.

Employee Compensation                      $      202,210         1,981,601          2,147,824          2,101,301
Non-Personal Services                              21,974                 -                  -                  -
Reimbursement                                           -        (1,981,601)        (2,147,824)        (2,101,301)
 Organization Total                               224,184                 -                  -                  -

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Code Enforcement and
Condemnation                      109022

This organization supervises the City's Code Enforcement, Condemnation and Demolition activities. The Code
Enforcement organization inspects residential dwelling units to assure decent, safe, sanitary housing in accordance
with Chapter 48, Minimum Dwelling Standards. The Condemnation organization has the responsibility to enforce
the organizations of Chapter 43, Building, concerning dangerous and unsafe buildings. In addition, enforcement of
Chapter 18 Nuisances Code which includes abandoned, parked or stored vehicles.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $2,918 is for two microcomputers and three digital cameras.

Employee Compensation                             885,451           970,508            933,663            912,113
Non-Personal Services                              59,240           228,091            227,769            227,769
 Organization Total                               944,691         1,198,599          1,161,432          1,139,882

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Capital                   109023/109024

Capital expenditures in the 2010 appropriated budget represent the City's required local match for the HOME
Program and the Lead Hazard Control Program.

Non-Personal Services                             228,430                 -                  -                 -
Capital                                            61,641           292,000            292,000           292,000
 Organization Total                               290,071           292,000            292,000           292,000

 Division Total                            $    1,458,946         1,490,599          1,453,432          1,431,882


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                               EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Planning

Division          Housing and Community Development                    Division No.     109020


                                                         2008              2009         2010
Performance Measures                                     Actual           Planned       Goal

Complaints Handled per Inspector                            1,880               2,400       2,000
Notices Sent per Inspector                                  1,678               2,200       1,850
% of Properties into Compliance                               75%                 75%         75%

                                                        2008               2009         2010
Program Outputs                                         Actual            Planned       Goal

Demolition Orders                                                295              450          450
Structures Demolished                                             19               35           50
Single Family Rehab Projects                                     191              250          250
Multi-Family Units                                                 -               50           50
New Construction Homes                                            50               50           50
Parcels Acquired                                                   2              120          120
Relocations                                                        -                5            5
Handyman Repair Jobs                                             750              900          900




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Planning

Division        Housing and Community Development                             Division No.             109020

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008        2009          2010                   2010
Title                                    Range     Actual      Auth.     Recommended             Appropriated

City Planner IV                          26AEC          1         1       1          92,788        1          90,296
City Planner III                        23.1MC          3         5       5         377,269        5         367,136
City Planner                                CP         10        10      11         721,440       11         703,534
Construction Specialist                 15.2MC          5         7       6         341,588        6         332,413
Office Supervisor                       11.1MC          -         1       1          45,047        1          43,837
Housing Inspector                         05120        10        14      12         549,569       12         534,808
Secretary II                              00140         2         2       2          62,960        2          61,269
Clerk Typist II                           00130         2         3       2          58,776        2          57,198
Clerk II                                  00115         1         1       1          30,386        1          29,569
Provision for Longevity                                                              13,532                   13,532
Reimbursement (HOME)                                                               (145,986)                (142,065)
Reimbursement (CDBG)                                                               (941,476)                (916,459)
Reimbursement (Misc./Other)                                                        (465,624)                (454,588)
Provision for Attrition                                                             (79,141)                 (77,015)
                                                       34        44      41         661,128       41         643,465


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reduces one Construction Specialist, two Housing Inspectors and one
Clerk Typist II and increases one City Planner position for the Tax Increment Financing Program.

The Grant funded positions in this Division are as follows: one City Planner IV, three City Planner III's, eleven City
Planners, six Construction Specialists, two Secretary II, one Clerk Typist II and one Clerk II.

The reimbursement shown above represents funding from the Community Development Block Grant, HOME
Investment Partnership Act (HIPA) and smaller grant funds.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                           DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department           Planning

Division             Housing and Community Development                        Division No.        109020

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                    Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 1,917,230          2,189,303         2,199,216       2,143,045
 Part-Time and Seasonal                          120,331                 -                 -               -
 Overtime                                         (1,890)                -                 -               -
 Longevity                                        13,428            12,540            13,532          13,532
   Reimbursements                             (1,208,192)       (1,509,065)       (1,551,620)     (1,513,112)
     Total Employee Earnings                     840,907           692,778           661,128         643,465

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                            152,089           167,606          193,959         188,750
 Pension                                         178,769           206,083          230,548         223,855
 Insurance                                       356,960           444,851          463,788         463,788
   Reimbursements                               (441,064)         (540,810)        (615,760)       (607,745)
     Total Employee Benefits                     246,754           277,730          272,535         268,648

 Total Employee Compensation                   1,087,661          970,508           933,663         912,113

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                              309,644          223,425           223,425         223,425
 Supplies                                              -            1,454             1,426           1,426
 Equipment                                             -            3,212             2,918           2,918
 Other                                                 -                -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                      -                -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                 309,644          228,091           227,769         227,769

Capital:
Buildings                                         61,641          292,000           292,000         292,000




     Total Capital                                61,641          292,000           292,000         292,000

     Department Total                       $ 1,458,946          1,490,599        1,453,432       1,431,882

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $ 1,397,305          1,198,599        1,161,432       1,139,882
General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                     61,641            292,000          292,000         292,000
                                            $ 1,458,946          1,490,599        1,453,432       1,431,882




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department         Planning

Division           Urban Planning                                               Division No.           109030

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010              2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Urban Planning                      109031

The Urban Planning organization is made up of two sections, Comprehensive Planning and Urban Design. Major
work programs in these sections include 1) development of the various elements of the Comprehensive Plan; 2)
preparation of historic district designations and neighborhood plans; 3) preparation of the City's Capital
Improvement Programs; 4) review and recommendation responsibilities for various development proposals
(subdivision, park, and environmental overlay districts); 5) Subdivision Agreement Committee; 6) administration of
the Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission; 7) census and demographic information; and 8) Annexation
Task Force.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $3,095 includes microcomputers and office chairs.

Employee Compensation                        $      570,367          588,234           707,010           689,641
Non-Personal Services                                31,317           12,125            16,669            16,669
 Organization Total                                 601,684          600,359           723,679           706,310

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Current Planning                    109032

The Current Planning organization is responsible for many of the City's regulatory functions. These include zoning,
land subdivision, annexation activities, and administration of the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals.
In addition, this organization is responsible for the coordination of the development review process by other City
departments and outside agencies. Current Planning also maintains the base maps for the City's Geographic
Information System (GIS).

Employee Compensation                               801,781          946,598           942,696           922,782
Non-Personal Services                               138,963           32,875            20,331            20,331
 Organization Total                                 940,744          979,473           963,027           943,113

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                              $    1,542,428         1,579,832        1,686,706          1,649,423




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                               EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Planning

Division          Urban Planning                                    Division No.        109030


                                                       2008             2009            2010
Performance Measures                                   Actual          Planned          Goal

Pre-Application Reviews/
  5 Day Turnaround                                          80%                80%             80%
Address Assignments/5 Day Turnaround                        90%                90%             90%


                                                       2008             2009            2010
Program Outputs                                        Actual          Planned          Goal

Urban Planning
 Plans/Studies                                                  6                   9             8
 Special Projects                                               8                  11            10

Current Planning
 Planning Board Case Reviews                                233                460             300
 Subdivision Cases                                           44                140              70
 Pre-application Reviews                                     70                 65              70
 Board of Appeal Cases                                      203                250             220
 Zoning Map Changes                                         180                200             180
 Administration of Subdivision Reviews                      120                180             140
 Site Plan Reviews                                          379                450             380




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Planning

Division        Urban Planning                                               Division No.            109030

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Planner IV                          26AEC         1         1       1          85,640       1         83,340
Sustainabilty Coordinator               25.1MC         -         -       1          71,249       1         69,335
City Planner III                        23.1MC         3         3       4         310,207       4        301,876
City Planner                                 CP       10        13      12         748,886      12        730,831
GIS Technician II                         04145        2         3       3         141,631       3        137,827
Secretary II                              00140        3         3       3          96,953       3         94,349
Provision for Longevity                                                              6,780                  6,780
Attrition                                                                          (50,777)               (49,413)
Reimbursements                                                                    (194,636)              (189,409)
                                                      19        23      24       1,215,933      24      1,185,516


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reduces one City Planner, and increases one City Planner III to assist
with the Balanced Transportation Plan, this position is fully reimbursed. It also adds a Sustainability Coordinator
which is also reimbursed.

The reimbursements are for one City Planner, one Sustainability Coordinator, and one City Planner III. The
reimbursements come from Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA), SID Administration Fee Fund, and the
Stimulus Recovery funding and Alegent Health.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Planning

Division              Urban Planning                                          Division No.          109030

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                               2008              2009            2010                2010
Major Object Expenditures                    Expended         Appropriated  Recommended           Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 1,105,444          1,187,217        1,403,789         1,368,145
 Part-Time and Seasonal                          64,247                  -                -                 -
 Overtime                                             -                  -                -                 -
 Longevity                                        7,180              6,060            6,780             6,780
   Reimbursements                               (44,647)           (64,937)        (194,636)         (189,409)
     Total Employee Earnings                  1,132,224          1,128,340        1,215,933         1,185,516

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                             86,623           96,258           108,262           105,354
 Pension                                         104,279          119,850           158,988           154,042
 Insurance                                       197,553          212,337           258,662           258,662
   Reimbursements                               (148,531)         (21,953)          (92,139)          (91,151)
     Total Employee Benefits                     239,924          406,492           433,773           426,907

  Total Employee Compensation                  1,372,148         1,534,832        1,649,706         1,612,423

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                              158,111            31,800           30,390            30,390
 Supplies                                          5,432             4,850            3,515             3,515
 Equipment                                         6,737             8,350            3,095             3,095
 Other                                                 -                 -                -                 -
   Reimbursements                                      -                 -                -                 -
     Total Non-Personal Services                 170,280            45,000           37,000            37,000

Capital:
                                                        -                 -                   -




      Total Capital                                     -                 -                   -              -

      Department Total                      $ 1,542,428          1,579,832        1,686,706         1,649,423

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $ 1,415,821          1,444,529        1,611,834         1,576,610
SID Administrative Fee (Ref. B-12)              126,607            135,303           74,872            72,813
                                            $ 1,542,428          1,579,832        1,686,706         1,649,423




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Planning

Division          Building and Development                                       Division No.           109040

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Administration                      109041
This organization provides administrative support for the inspectors in the five organizations of the Building and
Development Division and the 11 advisory and examining boards of these organizations. Administrative
responsibilities include operation of data processing terminals, maintenance of complaint records and microfilm
files. Services also include the enforcement of Chapter 19, Occupation Taxes, of the Omaha Municipal Code;
collection of permit and license fees; and the processing of applications for Certificates of Occupancy.

Employee Compensation                       $      671,090           639,881           545,135            531,009
Non-Personal Services                              216,356           165,885           155,424            155,424
 Organization Total                                887,446           805,766           700,559            686,433

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Plans Examination                 109042

The Plans Examination organization has the responsibility to review and approve for compliance with the various
chapters of the Omaha Municipal Code related to building construction. In addition, it is responsible for
coordinating plan reviews by other City departments. This organization is comprised of three Plan Examiners.
This organization also serves as advisor to the Building Board of Review.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $3,098 is for equipment.

Employee Compensation                              366,973           300,530           391,117            382,200
Non-Personal Services                               15,766                 -                 -                  -
 Organization Total                                382,739           300,530           391,117            382,200

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Building                          109043

The Building organization has the responsibility to enforce Chapters 43, Building; 51, Signs; and 55, Zoning; of the
Omaha Municipal Code, and administration of the Sign Examining Board. This organization is comprised of one
Chief Building Inspector and eight Building Inspectors.

Employee Compensation                              561,386           591,905           574,272            671,834
Non-Personal Services                               25,758            32,000            34,000             34,000
 Organization Total                                587,144           623,905           608,272            705,834

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department           Planning

Division             Building and Development                                   Division No.          109040

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Electrical                          109044

The Electrical organization has the responsibility to enforce Chapter 44, Electricity, of the Omaha Municipal Code
and administration of the Electrical Board. This organization is comprised of one Chief Electrical Inspector and
eight Electrical Inspectors. This organization provides examinations and issues licenses for Master and
Journeyman Electricians and also reviews plans for electrical installations.

Employee Compensation                               466,363          531,986           566,651           553,695
Non-Personal Services                                22,185           32,000            34,000            34,000
 Organization Total                                 488,548          563,986           600,651           587,695

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Plumbing                            109045

This organization is responsible for enforcement of Chapter 49, Plumbing and related organizations of the Omaha
Municipal Code. This organization provides examinations and issues licenses for Master and Journeyman
Plumbers. Plans will be reviewed for plumbing installations. In addition, this organization is responsible for the
administration of the Plumbing Board and the City's Plumbing Apprenticeship Program.

Employee Compensation                               492,066          498,700           509,223           497,582
Non-Personal Services                                24,444           32,000            36,000            36,000
 Organization Total                                 516,510          530,700           545,223           533,582

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Mechanical                         109046

The Mechanical organization has the responsibility to enforce Chapter 40 of the Omaha Municipal Code. This
organization is responsible for the administration of the Air Conditioning; Boilers and Pressure Vessels; Hoisting
and Portable Engineers; Operating Engineers and the Steamfitters Boards. This organization provides
examinations and issues licenses for Journeyman and Master Mechanical Tradesman and reviews plans for
mechanical installations.

Employee Compensation                               510,822          427,495           506,619           495,039
Non-Personal Services                                24,097           26,000            28,000            28,000
 Organization Total                                 534,919          453,495           534,619           523,039

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

    Division Total                           $    3,397,306         3,278,382        3,380,441         3,418,783




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Planning

Division          Building and Development                         Division No.     109040


                                                       2008            2009         2010
Performance Measures                                   Actual         Planned       Goal

Inspections per Day per Inspector                             15               16          16
Time per Inspection                                      25 min.          20 min.     20 min.
Time for Plan Review                                     18 days          18 days     18 days
Application Time Processing                               5 min.           5 min.      5 min.

                                                       2008            2009         2010
Program Outputs                                        Actual         Planned       Goal

Building Permits                                          11,107            8,500       8,500
Building Inspections                                      17,585           21,000      21,000
Electrical Permits                                         9,921            9,000       9,000
Electrical Inspections                                    16,802           22,000      22,000
Mechanical Permits                                         8,402            9,000       9,000
Mechanical Inspections                                    12,744           12,000      12,000
Plumbing Permits                                           7,554            9,500       9,500
Plumbing Inspections                                      13,435           20,000      20,000




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Planning

Division        Building and Development                                     Division No.            109040

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Superintendent
  Permits and Inspection                 26AEC         1         1       1          75,739       1         73,704
Civil Engineer III                      23.2MC         -         1       -               -       -              -
Plan Review Engineer                    23.2MC         1         -       1          81,995       1         79,795
Applications Analyst                    18.3MC         -         1       1          60,375       1         58,753
Plan Examiner                           18.2MC         3         3       3         197,020       3        191,728
Chief Building Inspector                17.3MC         1         1       1          65,205       1         63,454
Chief Mechanical Inspector              17.3MC         1         1       1          65,205       1         63,454
Chief Electrical Inspector              17.3MC         1         1       1          65,205       1         63,454
Chief Plumbing Inspector                17.3MC         1         1       1          66,468       1         64,683
Office Manager                          16.1MC         -         1       1          52,266       1         50,862
Plumbing Inspector                        05155        6         7       7         339,892       7        330,763
H.V.A.C. Inspector                        05145        4         4       4         206,268       4        200,727
Electrical Inspector                      05135        7         8       8         381,332       8        371,090
Mechanical Inspector                      05150        2         2       2          90,816       2         88,377
Building Inspector                        05125        7         9       8         388,156      10        454,737
Field Inspector                           05105        -         1       1          34,399       1         33,475
Secretary III                             00145        1         1       1          38,755       1         37,714
Clerk Typist II                           00130        7         7       7         208,392       7        202,795
Clerk II                                  00115        1         1       1          31,738       1         30,886
Provision for Longevity                                                              9,488                  9,488
Provision for Attrition                                                           (237,631)              (231,249)
                                                      44        51      50       2,221,083      52      2,238,690


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reclassifies one Civil Engineer III to a Plan Review Engineer and has
a net increase of one Building Inspector.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase. In addition the City
Council added two Building Inspectors to this Division.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Planning

Division              Building and Development                                   Division No.         109040

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                   2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                        Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                          $ 2,184,602             2,167,856       2,211,595        2,229,202
 Part-Time and Seasonal                           66,937                     -               -                -
 Overtime                                          7,502                     -               -                -
 Longevity                                        11,640                10,988           9,488            9,488
   Reimbursements                                 11,355                     -               -                -
     Total Employee Earnings                   2,282,036             2,178,844       2,221,083        2,238,690

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              168,963            163,621          169,894          168,274
 Pension                                           201,712            207,760          250,098          250,387
 Insurance                                         448,732            468,412          485,010          507,076
   Reimbursements                                  (32,743)           (28,140)         (33,068)         (33,068)
     Total Employee Benefits                       786,664            811,653          871,934          892,669

  Total Employee Compensation                     3,068,700          2,990,497       3,093,017        3,131,359

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                311,638            266,185          268,800          268,800
 Supplies                                           14,393             16,476           13,526           13,526
 Equipment                                             488              5,224            3,098            3,098
 Other                                               2,087                  -            2,000            2,000
   Reimbursements                                        -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                   328,606            287,885          287,424          287,424

Capital:




      Total Capital                                         -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                       $ 3,397,306             3,278,382       3,380,441        3,418,783

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                           $ 3,397,306             3,278,382       3,380,441        3,418,783




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department       Planning

Division         Community Development Block Grant                               Division No.         741011

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG)                         $    7,065,168            5,400,000        5,450,000        5,450,000

Funds from this Housing and Urban Development sponsored block grant program may be used for a broad range
of community development activities.

It is estimated that in 2010 the City will receive $4,850,000 of entitlements for the Community Development Block
Grant Program. The estimate below anticipates $4,850,000 of CDBG funds and $600,000 of CDBG Program
Income for a total of $5,450,000.

Three positions are funded in the Administration Division and 15 positions are funded in the Housing and
Community Development Division to account for the Personnel appropriation of $992,090. Additional
appropriations totaling $339,251 are for Benefits.

The allocation of the 2010 estimated CDBG expenditures is as follows:

           Personnel                      $       992,090   #
           Benefits                               339,251   #
           Indirect Costs                         250,000   #
           Building Demolition                    300,000   #
           Section 108 Loan Payment               450,761   #
           Capital Projects                     3,117,898   #
             Total                        $     5,450,000




Source of Funds:
CDBG - Operation                           $    1,230,976            1,419,855        2,032,102        2,032,102
CDBG - Capital                                  5,834,192            3,980,145        3,417,898        3,417,898
                                          $     7,065,168            5,400,000        5,450,000        5,450,000




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                   PARKS, RECREATION AND PUBLIC PROPERTY DEPARTMENT




                                            MAYOR

                                                                      PARKS & RECREATION
                                                                 I      ADVISORY BOARD
                                                                                            I
                                    PARKS, RECREATION
                                    & PUBLIC PROPERTY
                                        DIRECTOR


                                                                        ADMINISTRATION

                                      ADMINISTRATOR




  PARK        PARKS        CODE ENFORCE-
PLANNING   MAINTENANCE      MENT DIVISION           RECREATION                 GOLF         MARINAS



             LEWIS &                                ROSENBLATT             GOLF            N. P. DODGE
              CLARK                                  STADIUM            CONCESSIONS        PARK MARINA
             LANDING


                                                     CITYWIDE                 PARKING      CUNNINGHAM
                                                      SPORTS                  GARAGES      LAKE MARINA



                                                                        SPORTS TURF        RIVERFRONT
                                                      TENNIS            MAINTENANCE          MARINA
                                              CITY OF OMAHA

  PARKS, RECREATION AND PUBLIC PROPERTY DEPARTMENT



                                                 MISSION STATEMENT

"I would have the city itself such a work of art as may be the fitting abode of a race of men and women…whose
efforts shall be inspired and sustained by the grandeur and beauty of the scenes in which their lives are
passed."

                                               H.W.S. Cleveland
                                        Omaha Park and Boulevard Designer
                                                   1889-1894

The mission of the Parks Department is to maintain a park system which provides a tranquil respite for
Omahans from urban life and contributes to the beauty of the city in which they live, and to provide recreational
and athletic opportunities that encourage a healthy lifestyle and lift the spirits of all Omahans.




                                             GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. To be a good steward of our park land by maintaining the city's park and boulevard system in a highly
   efficient manner.

2. Plan and develop new parks for future generations.

3. Facilitate recreational, educational and social programs.

4. Provide top quality golf facilities for public use.

5. Provide safe, clean and modern public facilities for entertainment, sporting events and cultural
   activities.

6. Provide safe, healthy activities for youth.




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                                          City of Omaha
                  2010 Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department Budget
                                     Appropriated Summary
                                     Positions                           Funding
                                                         2009              2010            2010
By Division                        2009    2010      Appropriated     Recommended      Appropriated
 Administration                       4       5     $      353,614           421,974         412,321
 Park Planning                        3       2            363,305           333,833         325,717
 Code Enforcement                    17      17          1,363,936         1,367,031       1,339,847
 Parks                              101      97         11,402,362        11,138,632      11,007,906
 Recreation                          27      27          5,108,485         5,429,498       5,358,149
 City Wide Sports                      -       -           149,340           147,289         146,497
 Tennis                               1       1            253,922           253,641         249,314
 2006 Park and Recreation Bond         -       -         5,765,000         2,720,000       2,720,000
 Marinas                              1       1          1,372,112         1,052,062       1,048,504
 Lewis and Clark Landing               -       -            31,550            35,500          35,500
 Golf                                25      25          3,102,450         3,023,382       3,316,698
 Golf Concessions                     1       1            350,502           571,388         568,392
 Sports Turf Maintenance              1       1            140,156           142,153         140,527
 Parking Facilities                    -       -         2,121,011         2,408,495       2,407,637
 Rosenblatt Stadium                   6       5          1,507,180         1,394,523       1,375,697
 Total                              187     182     $   33,384,925        30,439,401      30,452,706




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                              $    15,127,824       15,927,737      15,833,997
 Non-Personal Services                                   11,413,101       11,181,064      11,288,109
 Capital                                                  6,844,000        3,330,600       3,330,600
   Total                                            $    33,384,925       30,439,401      30,452,706




By Source of Funds
  General                                           $    18,576,407       18,564,615      18,297,135
  Street and Highway Allocation                              14,595           14,595          14,595
  Omaha Keno/Lottery                                      1,550,000        1,550,000       1,550,000
  Special Assessment                                         36,734           36,734          36,734
  City Wide Sports Revenue                                  160,642          158,989         158,197
  Tennis Revenue                                            253,922          253,641         249,314
  Marina Revenue                                          1,372,112        1,052,062       1,048,504
  Lewis and Clark Landing                                    31,550           35,500          35,500
  Golf Revenue                                            3,452,952        3,594,770       3,316,698
  Parking Garage Revenue                                  2,121,011        2,408,495       2,407,637
  Rosenblatt Stadium                                         50,000           50,000          50,000
  Park and Culture Bonds                                  5,765,000        2,720,000       2,720,000
   Total                                            $    33,384,925       30,439,401      30,452,706




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                                     EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Administration                                                 Division No.            115011

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                   2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                     Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Administration                        115011

The Administration organization is responsible for the coordination of divisional activities, program operation, policy
determination and overall direction of the entire department.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $1,549 is for a microcomputer.

Employee Compensation                          $      346,379          334,396            403,325            393,672
Non-Personal Services                                  13,770           19,218             18,649             18,649
 Organization Total                                   360,149          353,614            421,974            412,321

   Division Total                              $      360,149          353,614            421,974            412,321

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

                                                                      2008               2009               2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual            Planned             Goal
Revenue Returns per Resident
 from Grants and Partnerships                                     $        9.26     $         4.00     $           4.00
Percent of Administrative Budget
 Covered by Grants and Partnerships                                        100%               95%                 95%
Number of FTE's per 1,000 Residents                                        0.41               .60                0.60
Cost Per Acre                                                     $       37.00     $       37.00      $        37.00




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Administration                                               Division No.          115011

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay       2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range      Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Parks, Recreation and
  Public Property Director                 Appt.        -         1      1          94,544     1            92,005
Parks and Recreation                          0
  Administrator                          25AEC          1         1      1          89,033     1         86,641
Accountant I                            14.2MC          -         -      1          51,210     1         49,835
Executive Secretary                     11.1MC          1         1      1          27,811     1         27,064
Clerk Typist II                           00130         1         1      1          50,616     1         49,257
Provision for longevity                                                              1,084                1,084
Reimbursements                                                                     (18,216)             (17,727)
                                                        3         4      5         296,082     5        288,159


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement increases by one Accountant I.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Administration                                               Division No.         115011

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                     2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                          Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $     252,926            253,332           313,214         304,802
 Part-Time and Seasonal                               18,390                  -                 -               -
 Overtime                                                  -                  -                 -               -
 Longevity                                             1,322              2,520             1,084           1,084
   Reimbursements                                          -                  -           (18,216)        (17,727)
     Total Employee Earnings                         272,638            255,852           296,082         288,159

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                 20,799             19,694            24,042          23,396
 Pension                                              20,637             24,521            35,434          34,256
 Insurance                                            35,342             36,588            62,350          62,350
   Reimbursements                                     (3,037)            (2,259)          (14,583)        (14,489)
     Total Employee Benefits                          73,741             78,544           107,243         105,513

  Total Employee Compensation                        346,379            334,396           403,325         393,672

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    9,397              7,450             7,050           7,050
 Supplies                                              4,223             10,200            10,050          10,050
 Equipment                                               150              1,568             1,549           1,549
 Other                                                     -                  -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                          -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                      13,770             19,218            18,649          18,649

Capital:




      Total Capital                                           -               -                   -              -

      Department Total                         $     360,149            353,614           421,974         412,321

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                             $     360,149            353,614           421,974         412,321




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Park Planning                                                  Division No.           115012

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Park Planning                      115012

The development of both short and long range plans for new park lands and facilities and the ongoing renovation of
existing Park and Recreation facilities is the primary function of the Park Planning organization. This organization
is also responsible for the development of bid specifications, issuing contracts, and overseeing actual construction
to insure contractual compliance for all park and recreation construction activities.

Employee Compensation                       $      324,017           351,105           319,883            311,767
Non-Personal Services                               10,973            12,200            13,950             13,950
 Organization Total                                334,990           363,305           333,833            325,717

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                             $      334,990           363,305           333,833            325,717

                                                                  2008               2009                2010
Performance Measures                                              Actual            Planned              Goal
Percent of Projects Completed
 on Time                                                           76%                90%                80%
Percent of Projects Completed
 within Budget                                                     98%                90%                95%
Percent of Renovations Completed
 within Budget                                                     100%               90%                95%

                                                                  2008               2009                2010
Program Outputs                                                   Actual            Planned              Goal
Park Improvement Projects:
  Planned, Designed, and Managed                                    73                 100                70
Projects Completed                                                  45                  90                40




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Park Planning                                                Division No.          115012

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Parks & Recreation Planner II           19.1MC          2         3      2         141,741     2        137,934
Part-time and seasonal                                                             117,447              114,292
Provision for longevity                                                              1,084                1,084
                                                        2         3      2         260,272     2        253,310


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement is reduced by one Parks & Recreation Planner II.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Park Planning                                                Division No.         115012

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                     2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                          Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $     192,955            207,000           141,741         137,934
 Part-Time and Seasonal                               67,366             74,866           117,447         114,292
 Overtime                                                401                  -                 -               -
 Longevity                                             1,473              2,160             1,084           1,084
   Reimbursements                                          -                  -                 -               -
     Total Employee Earnings                         262,195            284,026           260,272         253,310

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                 19,879             21,823            19,909          19,374
 Pension                                              16,784             19,986            16,100          15,481
 Insurance                                            26,462             27,441            24,940          24,940
 Reimbursement                                        (1,303)            (2,171)           (1,338)         (1,338)
     Total Employee Benefits                          61,822             67,079            59,611          58,457

  Total Employee Compensation                        324,017            351,105           319,883         311,767

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    9,493              3,200             6,450           6,450
 Supplies                                              1,480              9,000             7,500           7,500
 Equipment                                                 -                  -                 -               -
 Other                                                     -                  -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                          -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                      10,973             12,200            13,950          13,950

Capital:




      Total Capital                                           -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                         $     334,990            363,305           333,833         325,717

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                             $     334,990            363,305           333,833         325,717




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Contract Grounds Maintenance                                      Division No.           115010

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009             2010                  2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Grounds Maintenance                115013

The responsibility of this organization is to administer and monitor 15 grounds maintenance contracts at 13 park
locations and 2 Right-of-Ways throughout the City. Two business improvement district contracts are also
monitored for compliance.

In 2009 the functions of this organization were transferred to the Parks budget.

Employee Compensation                       $      48,775                     -                    -                -
Non-Personal Services                             362,615                     -                    -                -
Capital                                                 -                     -                    -                -
 Organization Total                               411,390                     -                    -                -

Right of Way Maintenance          115014

This organization is responsible for the administration and monitoring 3 contracts for mowing selected Right-of-
Ways throughout the City of Omaha highway system.

In 2009 the remaining functions of this organization were transferred to the Parks budget.

Employee Compensation                                   -                     -                    -                -
Non-Personal Services                              67,778                     -                    -                -
 Organization Total                                67,778                     -                    -                -

Division Total                              $     479,168                     -                    -                -

                                                                     2008               2009                2010
Performance Measures                                                 Actual            Planned              Goal
Right-of-Way Maintenance                                    $                 - $                  - $              -
Ground Maintenance                                          $                 - $                  - $              -
Public Right-of-Way Maintenance                             $                 - $                  - $              -




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Contract Grounds Maintenance                                  Division No.           115009

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Contract Service Coordinator            15.1MC          -         -       -                  -   -             -
                                                        -         -       -                  -   -             -


Explanatory Comments:

In 2009 the personnel complement from this Division was reallocated to the Parks Division.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Contract Grounds Maintenance                                 Division No.         115010

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $           -                   -                  -              -
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                44,005                   -                  -              -
 Overtime                                               1,249                   -                  -              -
 Longevity                                                  -                   -                  -              -
   Reimbursements                                           -                   -                  -              -
     Total Employee Earnings                           45,254                   -                  -              -

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                   3,462                   -                  -              -
 Pension                                                    -                   -                  -              -
 Insurance                                                 59                   -                  -              -
   Total Employee Benefits                              3,521                   -                  -              -

  Total Employee Compensation                          48,775                   -                  -              -

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                   269,262                   -                  -              -
 Supplies                                               1,051                   -                  -              -
 Equipment                                            160,080                   -                  -              -
 Other                                                      -                   -                  -              -
   Reimbursements                                           -                   -                  -              -
     Total Non-Personal Services                      430,393                   -                  -              -

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Division Total                            $     479,168                   -                  -              -




Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                              $     479,168                   -                  -              -




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Code Enforcement                                                 Division No.           115521

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010               2010
Object Summary                                   Expended          Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Code Enforcement                   115521

This organization investigates citizens' complaints concerning weeds, trees, and litter on private property. Where
violations of the Omaha Municipal Code exist, notices are sent to property owners. Property owners who do not
satisfy complaints are subject to abatement costs and penalties. Charges to property owners that are not paid are
assessed to the property.

Employee Compensation                        $      467,579             827,829           752,035            734,256
Non-Personal Services                                13,429             106,683            94,800             94,800
 Organization Total                                 481,008             934,512           846,835            829,056

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Forestry                           115522

This organization is responsible for the care of all trees within the City. This includes trees in parks, rights-of-way
and private property. Forestry promotes sound tree management, tree care and tree planting. Licensing of the
arborists working within the City is an important component of the total Forestry function. Two (2) three member
crews perform tree maintenance work as well as hazardous tree limb removal on a call out basis. Tree
maintenance contracts include tree removal, pruning, disease control and stump removal.

Employee Compensation                               263,769             338,174           421,196            411,791
Non-Personal Services                               150,453              91,250            99,000             99,000
 Organization Total                                 414,222             429,424           520,196            510,791

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                              $      895,230           1,363,936         1,367,031          1,339,847


                                                                      2008              2009                2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual           Planned              Goal
Weed & Litter % Collected
 Fees to Expenses                                                      32%               33%                33%

                                                                      2008              2009                2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual           Planned              Goal
Weed and Litter Code Enforcement
  Lag Time/Days                                                         16                14                 14




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Code Enforcement                                             Division No.          115521

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Forester                                18.2MC          -         1      1          59,409     1         57,813
Chief Field Inspector                   16.3MC          -         1      1          53,191     1         51,763
City Maintenance Foreman II             12.2MC          1         1      1          52,530     1         51,119
Tree Trimmer II                          11125          2         2      2          85,064     2         82,780
Tree Trimmer I                           11120          2         2      2          70,576     2         68,681
Automotive Equipment Operator II         07110          1         1      1          40,073     1         38,997
Automotive Equipment Operator I          07105          4         4      4         144,037     4        140,168
Environmental Inspector                  05108          4         4      4         187,790     4        182,746
Clerk Typist II                          00130          1         1      1          32,047     1         31,186
Park-time and seasonal                                                             175,183              170,478
Provision for overtime                                                               6,000                6,000
Provision for longevity                                                              3,780                3,780
Provision for attrition                                                            (53,191)             (51,763)
                                                        15       17     17         856,489    17        833,748


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains the same as the 2009 authorized.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Code Enforcement                                             Division No.         115521

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                     2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                          Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $     372,875            631,330           671,526         653,490
 Part-Time and Seasonal                              174,040            243,557           175,183         170,478
 Overtime                                                  -              6,000             6,000           6,000
 Longevity                                             2,853              3,420             3,780           3,780
   Reimbursements                                    (21,884)                 -                 -               -
     Total Employee Earnings                         527,884            884,307           856,489         833,748

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                 56,586             68,016            65,861          64,091
 Pension                                              55,680             60,440            76,129          73,456
 Insurance                                           103,971            166,260           187,508         187,508
   Reimbursements                                    (12,773)           (13,020)          (12,756)        (12,756)
     Total Employee Benefits                         203,464            281,696           316,742         312,299

 Total Employee Compensation                         731,348          1,166,003         1,173,231       1,146,047

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                   183,738           195,100           144,600         144,600
 Supplies                                              63,381            10,300            65,200          65,200
 Equipment                                            144,362                 -                 -               -
 Other                                                      -                 -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                    (227,599)           (7,467)          (16,000)        (16,000)
     Total Non-Personal Services                      163,882           197,933           193,800         193,800

Capital:
Machinery




     Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

     Division Total                            $     895,230          1,363,936         1,367,031       1,339,847

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.


Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                             $     895,230          1,363,936         1,367,031       1,339,847




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Parks                                                          Division No.         115020

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Machinery & Equipment
Repair                            115021

This organization is responsible for all routine and preventive maintenance performed on all off-road motorized
vehicles assigned to the Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department with on-road vehicle maintenance
being performed by the Fleet Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department.

Employee Compensation                      $      562,894             197,570           480,339          468,567
Non-Personal Services                             654,251             112,200           347,800          347,800
 Organization Total                             1,217,145             309,770           828,139          816,367

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Heavy Equipment                  115022

The Heavy Equipment organization performs scheduled work involving the operation of dozers, motor graders,
cranes, booms and other heavy equipment. Tasks involve hauling dirt, blading athletic fields and correcting water
drainage problems. This organization also includes a welding shop that repairs metal equipment, poles, fence
gates, athletic equipment and fixtures. Fence repairs are scheduled and completed throughout the park system.
Fence repairs include wood, round rail and chain link fabric. Heavy Equipment also repairs all playground
equipment throughout the park system at 149 playground sites.

Employee Compensation                           1,190,623             226,995         1,274,904        1,246,963
Non-Personal Services                             164,381             209,140           239,200          239,200
 Organization Total                             1,355,004             436,135         1,514,104        1,486,163

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Stockroom                         115023

This organization provides the ordering, receiving, inventorying, and issuing of parts and supplies from a central
warehouse location which is necessary for the operation and maintenance of all facilities assigned to the Parks,
Recreation and Public Property Department. This is accomplished using a computerized inventory tracking
system. The stockroom also tracks items disbursed to other divisions and departments.

Employee Compensation                             216,903             113,004          124,896           121,949
Non-Personal Services                            (148,919)              1,000           30,000            30,000
 Organization Total                                67,984             114,004          154,896           151,949

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                               EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department       Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division         Parks                                                        Division No.          115020

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major            2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                              Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Parks and Community
Centers                          115024

The Parks and Community Center organization performs the grounds maintenance at park locations, public Right-
of-Ways and the Boulevard system. The maintenance program includes turf management, athletic field
renovation, site beautification by the greenhouse operation, and trash and snow removal. Park caretakers
manage specific park sites. The park maintenance system contains 8,680 acres of land and 263 park locations
which includes 16 community centers, three ice arena locations, two tennis centers, the boulevard system and
Right-of-Ways. The recommended Non-Personal appropriation includes $1,550,000 for the Omaha Zoological
Society.

2010 appropriated equipment of $50,358 include:
  3 - computers                                                                        3,477
  3- 1/2 Ton Trucks                                                                   46,881

Employee Compensation                         3,722,049          3,644,426         4,121,158         4,042,869
Non-Personal Services                         4,252,177          4,311,020         2,913,209         2,913,209
Capital                                         236,762                  -                 -                 -
 Organization Total                           8,210,988          7,955,446         7,034,367         6,956,078

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.


Grounds Maintenance              115025

The responsibility of this organization is to administer and monitor 15 grounds maintenance contracts at 13 park
locations and 2 Right-of-Ways throughout the City. Two business improvement district contracts are also
monitored for compliance.

Employee Compensation                                 -             25,983            88,513            86,230
Non-Personal Services                                55            169,880             1,000             1,000
 Organization Total                                  55            195,863            89,513            87,230

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Parks                                                              Division No.         115020

                                                                    Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major              2008                    2009              2010               2010
Object Summary                                Expended               Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Right of Way Maintenance           115026

This organization is responsible for the administration and monitoring 3 contracts for mowing selected Right-of-
Ways throughout the City of Omaha highway system.

In the 2010 appropriated budget this organization is combined with Ground Maintenance.

Employee Compensation                                       -              25,983                     -              -
Non-Personal Services                                       -                   -                     -              -
 Organization Total                                         -              25,983                     -              -

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Park Facilities Services           115031

This organization is responsible for the maintenance and repair of facilities within the Parks, Recreation and Public
Property Department. Skilled craft workers perform preventative maintenance and reactive repairs to plumbing,
electrical, heating and air conditioning, irrigation and lighting systems. Examples of facilities maintained by this
organization are community centers, swimming pools, athletic fields, ice arenas, picnic shelters, restrooms, camp
grounds, marinas and riverfront facilities.

Employee Compensation                              49,518               1,757,072            308,446           300,952
Non-Personal Services                             227,011                 608,089          1,209,167         1,209,167
 Organization Total                               276,529               2,365,161          1,517,613         1,510,119

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Division Total                           $ 11,127,705               11,402,362         11,138,632        11,007,906


                                                                          2008              2009             2010
Program Outputs                                                          Actual           Planned            Goal
Park Maintenance Work Orders                                                3,890              4,164             4,000
  % Completed w/in Calendar year                                              91%                93%               95%
Park Acres                                                                   8,680              8,680             9,385
Right-of-Way Maintenance                                        $       2,953/Acre $       3,269/Acre $     3,275/Acre
Ground Maintenance                                              $       1,314/Acre $         765/Acre $     1,375/Acre
Equipment Repair Completed
  Per Year Average Time/Days                                                    4                   4                4
% of Fleet on Preventive Maintenance                                          95%                 95%              95%




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Parks                                                        Division No.          115020

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Park Maintenance Manager                23.1MC           1        1      1          81,996     1         79,794
City Maintenance Supervisor             18.2MC           1        1      1          67,669     1         65,852
City Maintenance Foreman III            15.2MC           -        1      1          54,435     1         52,973
Special Projects Coordinator            14.1MC           1        1      1          52,734     1         51,318
City Maintenance Foreman II             12.2MC           6        5      5         253,990     5        247,168
Automotive Repair Foreman               12.3MC           1        1      1          53,039     1         51,614
Office Supervisor                       11.1MC           1        1      1          50,727     1         49,365
City Maintenance Foreman I               9.2MC           3        3      3         136,330     3        132,669
Park Caretaker II                        11140           5        7      7         236,539     7        230,186
Landscape Gardener                       11105          16       23     25         901,404    25        877,194
Painter                                  10105           1        1      1          43,615     1         42,443
Power Systems Mechanic II                08145           2        2      2          91,420     2         88,965
Fabrication Mechanic II                  08135           1        1      1          47,780     1         46,497
Automotive Mechanic                      07130           5        7      7         290,037     7        282,247
Automotive Equipment Operator III        07115           2        3      2          86,239     2         83,923
Automotive Equipment Operator II         07110           3        3      3         120,252     3        117,022
Automotive Equipment Operator I          07105          17       21     16         574,282    16        558,857
Master Plumber                           06150           1        1      1          58,017     1         56,459
Plumber                                  06140           1        2      2          94,393     2         91,857
Electrician                              06135           1        2      2          96,628     2         94,033
Maintenance Repairer II                  06130           8        8     10         414,657    10        403,521
Maintenance Repairer I                   06125           1        1      1          40,262     1         39,181
Semi-skilled Laborer                     06110           -        1      -               -     -              -
Partskeeper II                           02110           1        1      1          41,100     1         39,996
Partskeeper I                            02105           -        1      1          28,983     1         28,205
Secretary I                              00135           -        1      1          34,420     1         33,495
Clerk II                                 00115           1        1      -               -     -              -
Part-time and seasonal                                                             839,029              834,690
Provision for overtime                                                              78,500               78,500
Provision for longevity                                                             30,386               30,386
Provision for attrition                                                           (158,735)            (154,472)
Reimbursements                                                                    (142,000)            (142,000)
                                                        80      101     97       4,598,128    97      4,491,938
Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel reduces by one Clerk II, one Semi-skilled Laborer, one Automotive Equipment
Operator III, and five Automotive Equipment Operator I's and reclassifies various other positions.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                              DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Parks                                                     Division No.         115020

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $ 3,388,930         3,551,604        3,800,714        3,690,362
 Part-Time and Seasonal                            748,913           855,977          839,028          834,690
 Overtime                                          241,336            70,000           70,000           78,500
 Longevity                                          30,331            35,014           30,386           30,386
   Reimbursements                                 (128,532)         (124,985)        (142,000)        (142,000)
     Total Employee Earnings                     4,280,978         4,387,610        4,598,128        4,491,938

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                               323,520          335,651          361,010          351,313
 Pension                                            326,682          348,293          439,526          424,687
 Insurance                                          892,973          989,375        1,079,570          999,592
   Reimbursements                                   (82,166)         (69,896)         (79,978)
     Total Employee Benefits                      1,461,009        1,603,423        1,800,128        1,775,592

 Total Employee Compensation                      5,741,987        5,991,033        6,398,256        6,267,530

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                               2,612,640        2,867,958        2,305,705        2,305,705
 Supplies                                           632,306          645,682          822,913          822,913
 Equipment                                          358,665          335,189           50,358           50,358
 Other                                            1,545,345        1,562,500        1,561,400        1,561,400
   Reimbursements                                         -                -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                  5,148,956        5,411,329        4,740,376        4,740,376

Capital:
 Park Development                                   236,762                 -                  -              -




     Total Capital                                  236,762                 -                  -              -

     Division Total                            $ 11,127,705       11,402,362       11,138,632       11,007,906

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                             $ 9,289,614         9,801,033        9,537,303        9,406,577
General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                        236,762                -                -                -
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)             14,595           14,595           14,595           14,595
Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                    1,550,000        1,550,000        1,550,000        1,550,000
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                       36,734           36,734           36,734           36,734
                                               $ 11,127,705       11,402,362       11,138,632       11,007,906




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Recreation                                                      Division No.           115100

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009             2010               2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Community Centers                  115110

The sixteen Community Centers provide citizens of all ages a variety of classes and activities in community
centers throughout the City. Saddlebrook Community Center opened August 2009.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $29,050 is for Chairs, 3 Elliptical Machines, and 3 Treadmills.

Employee Compensation                       $    1,821,512           1,859,198         2,084,465         2,029,677
Non-Personal Services                              572,625             992,663           969,220           969,220
 Organization Total                              2,394,137           2,851,861         3,053,685         2,998,897

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Ice Arenas                        115200

The Ice Arenas organization is responsible for the operation of two ice arenas. The Motto McLean Ice Arena is in
operation year-round and the Benson Ice Arena is open six months. The objective and goals are to provide public
facilities for those citizens interested in recreational as well as competitive skating.

A third ice arena is operated under contract with the City at Tranquility Park. The City does not incur any operating
expenses or receive revenue unless annual gross receipts from concessions surpass $400,001.


Employee Compensation                             252,911              269,302          220,612            215,129
Non-Personal Services                              72,835               91,242          106,230            106,230
 Organization Total                               325,746              360,544          326,842            321,359

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Swimming Pools                     115300

The Swimming Pools organization provides for the operation of the City's two year-round indoor swimming pools,
six leisure pools, eight traditional pools and one membership pool at Common Ground. Besides supervising
leisure swimming, this organization emphasizes instructional programs for swimming and water safety skills
through organized classes. The Zorinsky Water Park will open by the Summer of 2010.

Employee Compensation                            1,089,652           1,150,333         1,260,125         1,267,182
Non-Personal Services                               33,739              29,065            41,220            41,220
 Organization Total                              1,123,391           1,179,398         1,301,345         1,308,402

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Recreation                                                     Division No.           115100

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010                  2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended             Appropriated

Other Recreational Activity         115350


This organization provides for the organization and supervision of all recreational activities not covered in the other
activities of the Recreation Division. City Wide Sports expenses are now included in the City Wide Sports Division.

City Wide Sports                                     68,078                  -                   -                  -
Day Camp (Summer)                                   179,201            204,922             195,293            191,493
Senior Citizens                                      63,110             43,022              45,979             44,919
Therapeutic Recreation                               34,000             37,094              38,710             37,885
Special Events                                        9,845              8,761               8,468              8,273
Show Wagon                                            (229)              4,610               5,035              4,961
                                                    354,005            298,409             293,485           287,531

Employee Compensation                               288,412            239,064             233,640            227,686
Non-Personal Services                                65,593             59,345              59,845             59,845
 Organization Total                                 354,005            298,409             293,485            287,531

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Summer Youth (Sun Dawgs)
Organization                       115357

Sun Dawgs is a summer neighborhood recreation program designed to provide a variety of activities for children
between the ages of 6-17. There are 35 different sites throughout the city. This program is partially funded by
local private supporters.

Employee Compensation                              226,712            334,693             387,311            375,130
Non-Personal Services                               45,856             83,580              66,830             66,830
 Organization Total                                272,568            418,273             454,141            441,960

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Division Total                            $    4,469,847         5,108,485           5,429,498          5,358,149




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Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Recreation                                                  Division No.            115100

                                                                2008                2009              2010
Performance Measures                                            Actual             Planned            Goal
Sun Dawgs:
  Percent User Satisfaction                                          93%                 93%                93%
  Cost per Participant                                      $      12.85       $       11.42      $       12.85
Ice Skating:
  Percent User Satisfaction                                           91%                91%                  91%
  Cost per Participant                                      $        0.14      $        0.14      $          0.14
Aquatics:
  Number of Participants in Learn to Swim                          3,233               3,500              3,250
  Number of Participants in Aquacize                               1,763               2,300              1,770
  Profit per Participant                                    $       2.63       $        2.02      $        2.50
  Percent User Satisfaction                                          97%                 97%                97%
Recreation Centers:
  Cost per Participant                                      $       5.89       $        4.50      $        5.89
  Number of Classes Offered                                        2,255               1,500              2,265
  Number of Programs Offered                                       2,143               3,300              2,155
  Number of Rentals Held                                           1,765               1,300              1,775


                                                                2008                2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                 Actual             Planned            Goal
Attendance
  Community Centers                                              611,081             720,900            615,000
  Ice Arenas                                                      90,549              90,650             90,650
  Pools                                                          316,620             516,150            325,000
  Sun Dawgs                                                       31,721              45,500             40,000
  Other Recreational Activities                                   51,063              37,375             51,100
    Total Attendance                                            1,101,034           1,410,575          1,121,750

Sun Dawg Sites                                                           35                  36                35

Recreation Revenue Generated                                $   1,916,892      $   1,922,000      $   2,065,685




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Recreation                                                   Division No.          115100

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Recreation Manager                      23.1MC           1        1      1          82,799     1         80,575
Recreation Coordinator                  18.1MC           6        6      6         398,931     6        388,216
Recreation Supervisor                   15.1MC          10       11     11         621,132    11        604,452
Recreation Leader                        11160           7        8      8         310,321     8        301,987
Clerk II                                 00115           1        1      1          26,636     1         25,920
Part-time and seasonal                                                           2,092,982            2,074,198
Provision for overtime                                                               5,000                5,000
Provision for longevity                                                              9,212                9,212
Reimbursements                                                                    (178,984)            (178,984)
Interdepartmental Charge (Police)                                                   82,725               80,504
                                                        25       27     27       3,450,754    27      3,391,080


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel appropriation remains the same as the 2009 appropriated.

The reimbursement shown is for senior programs for the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging ($78,984) and Sun
Dawgs ($100,000).

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Recreation                                                   Division No.         115100

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                   2008                2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                        Expended           Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $ 1,301,021            1,338,288         1,522,544       1,481,654
 Part-Time and Seasonal                           1,944,131            2,036,656         2,092,982       2,074,198
 Overtime                                             2,595                5,000             5,000           5,000
 Longevity                                            8,482                8,860             9,212           9,212
   Reimbursements                                  (151,295)            (175,074)         (178,984)       (178,984)
     Total Employee Earnings                      3,104,934            3,213,730         3,450,754       3,391,080

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                240,590             266,246           270,722         266,019
 Pension                                             117,182             129,743           163,353         156,381
 Insurance                                           244,975             266,264           328,977         328,977
   Reimbursements                                    (28,482)            (23,393)          (27,653)        (27,653)
     Total Employee Benefits                         574,265             638,860           735,399         723,724

  Total Employee Compensation                      3,679,199           3,852,590         4,186,153       4,114,804

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                  629,964             862,417           845,975         845,975
 Supplies                                            202,939             246,120           291,920         291,920
 Equipment                                            21,893              72,558            29,050          29,050
 Other                                                55,852              74,800            76,400          76,400
   Reimbursements                                   (120,000)                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                     790,648           1,255,895         1,243,345       1,243,345

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Division Total                            $ 4,469,847            5,108,485         5,429,498       5,358,149

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                              $ 4,459,082            5,097,183         5,417,798       5,346,449
City Wide Sports Revenue (Ref. B-49)                 10,765               11,302            11,700          11,700
                                                $ 4,469,847            5,108,485         5,429,498       5,358,149




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Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            City Wide Sports                                                 Division No.            115351

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009             2010                  2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated   Recommended             Appropriated

City Wide Sports                   115351

City Wide Sports offers several adult basketball, volleyball, and baseball leagues throughout the City. City Wide
Sports utilizes reciprocal agreements between the Omaha Public Schools, Millard Public Schools and Westside
Community Schools, and holds leagues at various schools and at the City's community centers. Many of these
leagues are held year-round.

Employee Compensation                       $      57,207               42,115               44,829             44,037
Non-Personal Services                              10,873              107,225              102,460            102,460
 Organization Total                                68,080              149,340              147,289            146,497

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Division Total                           $      68,080              149,340              147,289            146,497

                                                                      2008                 2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual              Planned            Goal

# of Teams - Basketball                                                        292              261                 292
# of Teams - Volleyball                                                        371              420                 371
# of Teams - Youth Basketball                                                   62               61                  62

# of Leagues - Basketball                                                      42                   41                42
# of Leagues - Volleyball                                                      42                   49                42
# of Leagues - Youth Basketball                                                 8                   58                 8

All American League - Teams                                                     9                   8                 9

City Wide Sports Enterprise Revenue                               $    148,420        $     150,000      $     150,000




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        City Wide Sports                                            Division No.          115351

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Part-time and seasonal                                                             26,764                  26,028
Inter-Dept Charges                                                                 11,700                  11,700
                                                                                   38,464                  37,728


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated budget maintains Part-time and Seasonal wages the same as previous years.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               City Wide Sports                                             Division No.         115351

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $      18,562                  -                 -               -
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                29,550             25,188            26,764          26,028
 Overtime                                                  39                  -                 -               -
 Longevity                                                129                  -                 -               -
 Inter-Departmental Charges                                 -             11,302            11,700          11,700
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                 -               -
     Total Employee Earnings                           48,280             36,490            38,464          37,728

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                   3,657              1,927             2,048           1,992
 Pension                                                1,781                  -                 -               -
 Insurance                                              3,489              3,698             4,317           4,317
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                 -               -
     Total Employee Benefits                            8,927              5,625             6,365           6,309

  Total Employee Compensation                          57,207             42,115            44,829          44,037

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                     9,880            103,975           94,460           94,460
 Supplies                                                 993              3,250            3,600            3,600
 Equipment                                                  -                  -            4,400            4,400
 Other                                                      -                  -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                       10,873            107,225          102,460          102,460

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Division Total                            $      68,080            149,340          147,289          146,497

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
City Wide Sports Revenue (Ref. B-49)            $      68,080            149,340          147,289          146,497




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Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Tennis                                                          Division No.           115400

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Tennis                            115402


The Tennis organization provides for the operation of one 8-court indoor tennis center, one 15-court tennis center,
the 24-court Tranquility Park Tennis Complex and numerous neighborhood tennis courts located throughout the
City. This organization provides the citizens with the opportunity of leisure, league and tournament tennis play. In
1997, the functions of the City's tennis operation were combined with those of the Omaha Tennis Association.
This consolidated structure provides the public with the City's facility management functions and OTA's public
tennis programming activities within a coordinated City operation. This division is operated as an Enterprise Fund.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $3,000 provides for 6 table sets.

Employee Compensation                       $     145,205              166,486          163,926            159,599
Non-Personal Services                              83,742               87,436           89,715             89,715
 Organization Total                               228,947              253,922          253,641            249,314

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                             $     228,947              253,922          253,641            249,314


                                                                      2008             2009              2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual          Planned            Goal
Percent of Revenues Generated
 by Each Center by Program                                                100%             100%               100%
Percent User Satisfaction                                                  75%              70%                75%

                                                                      2008            2009               2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual         Planned             Goal
Tennis "Court Hours"                                                    34,265           33,000            34,265
Revenue Generated                                                 $    267,683     $    253,897      $    258,545




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Tennis                                                       Division No.          115400

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Recreation Coordinator                  18.1MC          1         1      1          68,322     1         66,487
Part-time and seasonal                                                              70,073               68,191
Provision for longevity                                                                360                  360
Reimbursements                                                                      (5,000)              (5,000)
                                                        1         1      1         133,755     1        130,038


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains the same as the 2009 authorized.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Tennis                                                       Division No.         115400

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $      58,237             66,833           68,322           66,487
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                68,418             72,000           70,073           68,191
 Overtime                                                   -                  -                -                -
 Longevity                                                363                360              360              360
   Reimbursements                                      (8,095)                 -           (5,000)          (5,000)
     Total Employee Earnings                          118,923            139,193          133,755          130,038

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                  10,195             11,130            11,207          10,906
 Pension                                                6,394              6,391             7,743           7,434
 Insurance                                             10,687             10,801            12,470          12,470
   Reimbursements                                        (994)            (1,029)           (1,249)         (1,249)
     Total Employee Benefits                           26,282             27,293            30,171          29,561

  Total Employee Compensation                         145,205            166,486          163,926          159,599

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    68,458             66,361            72,690          72,690
 Supplies                                              15,216             14,075            14,025          14,025
 Equipment                                                  -              7,000             3,000           3,000
 Other                                                     68                  -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                       83,742             87,436            89,715          89,715

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Division Total                            $     228,947            253,922          253,641          249,314

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
Tennis Revenue (Ref. B-45)                      $     228,947            253,922          253,641          249,314




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Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          2000 Park and Recreation Bond                                  Division No.         131621

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009             2010              2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Zone A- 42nd Street and East
 Kiwanis Park Renovation                   $       9,074                     -                  -              -
 Turner Boulevard Trail                          450,711                     -                  -              -
Zone B - 42nd Street to 72nd Street
 Englewood Park Renovation                           390                     -                  -              -
Zone C - 72nd Street West to I-680/80
 Pipal Roof Replacement                           13,259                     -                  -              -
Present Development Zone
  Cunningham Lake Rehabilitation                 150,000                     -                  -              -
  Dam Site 13 - Youngman Park                    110,000                     -                  -              -
  Standing Bear Lake Rehabilitation              102,639                     -                  -              -
  Woodhaven Park Rehabilitation                    4,914                     -                  -              -
City Wide Projects
  Linear Trail Complex                             9,306                     -                  -              -
  Outdoor Park Facilities Construction/
    Rehabilitation                                79,690                     -                  -              -
  Swimming Pool Improvement                        5,848                     -                  -              -
     Division Total                       $      935,831                     -                  -              -




Source of Funds:
Source of Funds:
2000 Park and Recreation Bond
(Ref. B-26)                               $      935,831                     -                  -              -
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Department       Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division         2006 Park and Recreation Bond                               Division No.         117314

                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major           2008               2009             2010              2010
Object Summary                             Expended          Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Zone A - 42nd Street and East
 Ford Birthplace Rehabilitation                 49,056                -                -                -
 Gene Leahy Mall Rehabilitation                 33,966                -                -                -
 Hummel Day Camp Building Renovation               -              550,000          450,000          450,000
 Woodhaven Park                                 79,760                -                -                -
 Levi Carter Park Renovation                       -                  -            600,000          600,000
     Reimbursement                            (832,516)           (30,000)         (80,000)         (80,000)
Zone B - 42nd Street to 72nd Street
 Cottonwood Heights Park                      204,502                 -                -                -
 Memorial Park Playground                         959                 -                -                -
 Benson Ice Arena Rehabilitation               63,535                 -                -                -
 Keystone Trail East Connector                109,480                 -            200,000          200,000

Present Development Zone
  Hummel Park Rehabilitation                    13,077                -                 -                -
  Camelot Community Center                      14,806                -                 -                -
  Skyline Drive Trail                           22,423                -                 -                -
  Montclair Park                                 5,850                -                 -                -
  Zorinsky Lake Aquatic Center                 265,764          3,220,000               -                -
  Dam Site 13 - Youngman Park                  228,871                -                 -                -
  Saddlebrook Community Center               1,000,000            930,000               -                -
  Cunningham Lake Rehabilitation               135,609            100,000               -                -
City Wide Projects
  Neighborhood Park Rehabilitation             89,020             100,000          100,000          100,000
  Major Building Rehabilitation               802,410             300,000          400,000          400,000
  Green Streets Master Plan                     1,500              15,000           15,000           15,000
  Trail and Bridge Inspections &
   Rehabilitation                              21,178              30,000              -                -
  Linear Trail Complex                        155,604             100,000          100,000          100,000
  Outdoor Facilities Construction/Rehab        30,012              50,000          150,000          150,000
  Park Roads, Parking Lots, Trails             84,673             175,000          300,000          300,000
  Soccer Field Improvements                   122,997                 -            110,000          110,000
  Swimming Pool Rehabilitation                 91,566             125,000          125,000          125,000
  Youth Baseball/Softball Facilities           22,819             100,000          100,000          100,000
  Tree Planting                                53,289                 -             50,000           50,000
  Tennis Improvements                          11,761                 -            100,000          100,000
     Division Total                          2,975,120          5,765,000         2,720,000        2,720,000




Source of Funds:
2006 Park and Recreation Bond
(Ref. B-27)                                  2,975,120          5,765,000         2,720,000        2,720,000



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Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Marinas                                                       Division No.         115450

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

N.P. Dodge Park Marina             115451

Since 1978 the N. P. Dodge Park Marina has been a City owned and operated Enterprise Fund. The facility has
326 boat slips and is funded by a combination of rental fees, concessions, and gasoline sales. Capital

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $24,127 provides for a replacement cash register, one 1/2 Ton Truck and one
11 foot mower.

Employee Compensation                       $      140,987             120,775           181,117         177,559
Non-Personal Services                              162,535             188,150           297,865         297,865
Capital                                             31,437                   -            31,600          31,600
 Organization Total                                334,959             308,925           510,582         507,024

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Cunningham Lake Marina             115453

The Cunningham Lake Marina started construction in the Spring of 2009. The construction will be completed and
the marina operational by Spring of 2010. The Cunningham Lake Marina will have 40 boat slips for the
recreational enjoyment of area sail boat enthusiasts.

Employee Compensation                                    -               8,268            21,530          21,530
Non-Personal Services                               85,380              45,536            16,800          16,800
Capital                                                  -           1,000,000           500,000         500,000
 Organization Total                                 85,380           1,053,804           538,330         538,330

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Riverfront Marina                  115546

Adjacent to the Lewis and Clark Landing is the Riverfront Marina which provides 31 boat slips for hourly rental by
boaters attending activities at the Plaza, Qwest Center, Old Market and surrounding areas.

The Riverfront Marina was closed in 2009 due to repairs and is anticipated to re-open in the Summer of 2010.

Employee Compensation                                       -             5,383                -                -
Non-Personal Services                                       -             4,000            3,150            3,150
 Organization Total                                         -             9,383            3,150            3,150

   Division Total                           $      420,339           1,372,112         1,052,062        1,048,504




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Department       Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division         Marinas                                                    Division No.           115450

                                                                  2008             2009              2010
Performance Measures                                             Actual           Planned            Goal
Percentage of Slip Space Rented
  N.P. Dodge Marina                                                   100%             100%              100%
  Cunningham Lake Marina                                                 0%             90%              100%
Percent of Expenditures Returned
by Marina Revenue
  N.P. Dodge Marina                                                   121%             162%              165%
  Cunningham Lake Marina                                                 0%            339%              188%
Net Profit per Marina Slip
  N.P. Dodge Marina                                         $           347    $         605    $          531
  Cunningham Lake Marina                                     $            -    $         852    $          555
*The Riverfront Marina slips are rented by the hour and capacity is determined by seasonal events at Lewis and
Clark Landing.

                                                               2008             2009                2010
Program Outputs                                                Actual          Planned              Goal
N.P. Dodge Park Revenue                                    $    576,827      $    505,000      $     475,000
Cunningham Lake Marina Revenue                             $          -      $     72,530      $      72,200
Riverfront Marina Revenue                                  $          -      $     11,750      $       1,800




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Marinas                                                      Division No.          115450

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Marina Caretaker                         11130          1         1      1          35,384     1         34,434
Part-time and seasonal                                                              70,241               69,832
Interdepartmental charge                                                            73,653               71,675
                                                        1         1      1         179,278     1        175,941


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains unchanged from the 2009 authorized.

The Interdepartmental charges are 30% of the Parks Manager and 50% of the Special Projects Coordinator in the
Parks Division.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Marinas                                                    Division No.         115450

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                     2008           2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                          Expended      Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $      99,469           78,307          109,037          106,109
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                5,947           26,180           70,241           69,832
 Overtime                                                185                -                -                -
 Longevity                                                 -                -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                          -                -                -                -
     Total Employee Earnings                         105,601          104,487          179,278          175,941

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                  7,892            4,625            8,156            8,125
 Pension                                               7,445            3,263            3,989            3,799
 Insurance                                            20,696           10,092           11,602           11,602
 Interdepartmental Charges                                 -           12,222                -                -
   Reimbursements                                       (647)            (263)            (378)            (378)
     Total Employee Benefits                          35,386           29,939           23,369           23,148

 Total Employee Compensation                         140,987          134,426          202,647          199,089

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                  117,956           49,010          148,238          148,238
 Supplies                                            125,016          151,550          140,750          140,750
 Equipment                                                 -              500           24,127           24,127
 Other                                                 4,943           36,626            4,700            4,700
   Reimbursements                                          -                -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                     247,915          237,686          317,815          317,815

Capital:
Major Renovation                                      31,437        1,000,000          531,600          531,600




     Total Capital                                    31,437        1,000,000          531,600          531,600

     Division Total                            $     420,339        1,372,112        1,052,062        1,048,504

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
Marina Revenue (Ref. B-42)                     $     388,902          372,112          520,462          516,904
Marina Revenue - Capital (Ref. B-42)                  31,437        1,000,000          531,600          531,600
                                               $     420,339        1,372,112        1,052,062        1,048,504




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Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Lewis and Clark Landing                                       Division No.           115545

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                  2008            2009              2010              2010
Object Summary                                    Expended       Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Lewis and Clark Landing            115545

Lewis and Clark Landing is an Enterprise Fund. The 23-acre public use area is the old Asarco site. It includes an
area leased to Rick's Café Boatyard. In addition, the plaza is available for private groups to rent. It has hosted a
variety of concerts and other revenue producing events. Reservations are made through the Parks Division
administration office.

Employee Compensation                         $           23                 -                 -                 -
Non-Personal Services                                 63,831            31,550            35,500            35,500
 Organization Total                                   63,854            31,550            35,500            35,500

Riverfront Marina                  115546

Adjacent to the Lewis and Clark Landing is the Riverfront Marina which provides 31 boat slips for hourly rental by
boaters attending activities at the Plaza, Qwest Center, Old Market and surrounding areas.

This organization was reallocated to the Marina Division in the 2009 appropriated budget.

Employee Compensation                                  1,265                  -                  -                -
Non-Personal Services                                  1,483                  -                  -                -
Capital                                                6,746                  -                  -                -
 Organization Total                                    9,494                  -                  -                -

 Division Total                               $       73,348            31,550            35,500            35,500




                                                                     2008               2009             2010
Program Outputs                                                      Actual            Planned           Goal

Lewis and Clark Landing Revenue                                  $      38,350     $      31,550     $      35,000




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Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Lewis and Clark Landing                                     Division No.         115545

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008           2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended      Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $           -                 -                  -              -
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                 1,198                 -                  -              -
 Overtime                                                   -                 -                  -              -
 Longevity                                                  -                 -                  -              -
   Reimbursements                                           -                 -                  -              -
     Total Employee Earnings                            1,198                 -                  -              -

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                      90                 -                  -              -
 Pension                                                    -                 -                  -              -
 Insurance                                                  -                 -                  -              -
     Total Employee Benefits                               90                 -                  -              -

 Total Employee Compensation                            1,288                 -                  -              -

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    59,069           20,550            35,500          35,500
 Supplies                                                   -                -                 -               -
 Equipment                                              6,245           11,000                 -               -
 Other                                                      -                -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                           -                -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                       65,314           31,550            35,500          35,500

Capital:
 Park Development                                        6,746                -                  -              -




     Total Capital                                      6,746                 -                  -              -

     Division Total                             $      73,348           31,550            35,500          35,500




Source of Funds:
Lewis and Clark Landing (Ref. B-43)             $      66,602           31,550            35,500          35,500
Lewis and Clark Landing - Capital
(Ref. B-43)                                             6,746                -                 -               -
                                                $      73,348           31,550            35,500          35,500




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Department          Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division            Golf                                                         Division No.         115460

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008             2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                   Expended        Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Golf Operations                    115461


The Golf program provides for the maintenance of three 18-hole golf courses and four 9-hole golf courses. The
courses are open during the spring, summer and fall months. The minimum goals of the maintenance program are
to water the greens and tees daily and mow four times a week, mow the fairways twice a week and the roughs
every other week. In the preventive maintenance program, it is the goal to spray each course with weed killer and
pesticides every seven to ten days. In all, approximately 661 acres of golf course land are maintained.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $68,800 provides for the replacement of one mower, one seeder, two
trimmers, one stump grinder, and one utility vehicle.

Employee Compensation                        $    2,127,266          2,077,817        2,081,780        2,268,051
Non-Personal Services                               923,202            755,633          670,957          778,002
 Organization Total                               3,050,468          2,833,450        2,752,737        3,046,053

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase, and restored funding
for the Westwood Golf course.

Charges for Services               115462

Interdepartmental charges are for building repairs, vehicle maintenance and stockroom supplies.

Non-Personal Services                                85,111           240,000           241,645         241,645
 Organization Total                                  85,111           240,000           241,645         241,645

Golf Course Improvements            115463

The 2010 appropriated budget provides $29,000 for capital improvements:

 Miscellaneous building repairs                                                          16,000
 Golf Cart path repair                                                                   13,000

Capital                                                     -          29,000            29,000           29,000
 Organization Total                                         -          29,000            29,000           29,000

   Division Total                            $    3,135,579          3,102,450        3,023,382        3,316,698




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Golf                                                      Division No.         115460


                                                              2008            2009             2010
Performance Measures                                          Actual         Planned           Goal
Percent of Operating Expenses
 Returned by Golf Revenue                                          100%             100%           100%
Percent Golfer Satisfaction                                         90%              90%            90%

                                                              2008           2009              2010
Program Outputs                                               Actual        Planned             Goal
Golf Rounds Played                                              182,157        194,629           195,000
Golf Revenue                                              $   2,940,763   $ 3,384,343      $   3,367,062




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Golf                                                         Division No.            115460

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Golf Manager                            23.1MC          -         1      1          68,954       1           67,102
Golf Course Superintendent              12.3MC          4         4      4         208,859       4          203,250
City Maintenance Foreman I               9.2MC          1         2      2          84,362       2           82,097
Fiscal Specialist                        9.1MC          2         2      2          95,204       2           92,647
Senior Golf Professional                 9.1MC          3         3      3         143,041       3          139,198
Golf Professional                        4.1MC          4         5      4         151,978       5          188,486
Landscape Gardener                       11105          6         7      7         269,967       7          262,716
Automotive Mechanic                      07130          1         1      1          44,584       1           43,387
Local 251 Union President                                                           58,037                   56,478
Part-time and seasonal                                                             527,056                  645,126
Provision for overtime                                                             100,000                  100,000
Provision for longevity                                                             13,751                   13,751
Provision for attrition                                                            (68,954)                 (67,102)
Reimbursements                                                                    (116,432)                (113,304)
                                                        21       25     24       1,580,407      25        1,713,832


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains unchanged from the 2009 authorized.

The Local Union 251 President is in Golf Operations. The Union fully reimburses his wages and benefits.

Golf Operations also receives reimbursement for employees who divide their time with another division.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase and added one Golf
Professional for the restored Westwood funding.




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Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Golf                                                         Division No.         115460

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008                2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended           Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $ 1,173,644            1,079,319        1,056,032        1,068,259
 Part-Time and Seasonal                            562,250              555,000          527,056          645,126
 Overtime                                           46,437              100,000          100,000          100,000
 Longevity                                          12,478               13,679           13,751           13,751
   Reimbursements                                  (97,970)            (111,781)        (116,432)        (113,304)
     Total Employee Earnings                     1,696,839            1,636,217        1,580,407        1,713,832

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                               128,206             129,517          130,535          170,914
 Pension                                            109,763              97,920          122,658          122,451
 Insurance                                          236,065             255,786          294,267          306,941
   Reimbursements                                   (43,607)            (41,623)         (46,087)         (46,087)
     Total Employee Benefits                        430,427             441,600          501,373          554,219

 Total Employee Compensation                      2,127,266           2,077,817        2,081,780        2,268,051

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                 417,232             465,478          361,702          468,747
 Supplies                                           549,293             478,155          482,100          482,100
 Equipment                                           40,341              52,000           68,800           68,800
 Other                                                1,447                   -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                         -                   -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                  1,008,313             995,633          912,602        1,019,647

Capital:
Golf Course Improvements                                      -          29,000           29,000           29,000




     Total Capital                                            -          29,000           29,000           29,000

     Division Total                            $ 3,135,579            3,102,450        3,023,382        3,316,698

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase, and restored
funding for the Westwood Golf course.

Source of Funds:
Golf Revenue (Ref. B-44)                       $ 3,135,579            3,073,450        2,994,382        3,287,698
Golf Revenue - Capital (Ref. B-44)                       -               29,000           29,000           29,000
                                               $ 3,135,579            3,102,450        3,023,382        3,316,698




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Department         Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division           Golf Concessions                                                Division No.          115530

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009             2010              2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Golf Concessions                  115531

Golf Concessions is an Enterprise Fund and consists of three 18-hole and two 9-hole courses. Revenue is
generated from the sale of beer, soft drinks and food to golf patrons, leagues, tournaments and field days at the
five golf courses.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $4,500 provides for the replacement of furniture, a cash register, and
custodial equipment.

Employee Compensation                       $     148,019              161,002           207,888           204,892
Non-Personal Services                             340,978              189,500           363,500           363,500
 Organization Total                               488,997              350,502           571,388           568,392

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                            $      488,997              350,502           571,388           568,392


                                                                      2008            2009               2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual         Planned             Goal
Net Profit per Round of Golf                                      $         1.00   $       0.78      $          1.05
Net Income as a Percentage of
 Gross Sales                                                          31.6%            31.4%             31.6%

                                                                      2008             2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual          Planned            Goal
Golf Concessions Revenue                                          $    500,854      $    499,100     $    582,000




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Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Golf Concessions                                             Division No.          115530

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Recreation Coordinator                  18.1MC          -         1      -               -     -              -
Concession Manager                      18.1MC          -         -      1          54,296     1         52,838
Part-time and seasonal                                                             101,217               99,892
Interdepartmental Charges                                                           18,717               18,717
                                                        -         1      1         174,230     1        171,447


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reclassifies a Recreation Coordinator to a Concession Manager. The
Interdepartmental charges are for administrative wages and benefits from the Park Administration Division.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Golf Concessions                                             Division No.         115530

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008             2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $     112,901             66,479           73,013           71,555
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                95,060            118,532          101,217           99,892
 Overtime                                                   -                  -                -                -
 Longevity                                                993              1,084                -                -
   Reimbursements                                     (65,253)           (44,048)               -                -
     Total Employee Earnings                          143,701            142,047          174,230          171,447

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                   15,912            14,068            16,541          16,333
 Pension                                                 7,577             6,308             5,172           5,167
 Insurance                                               1,019            10,801            12,323          12,323
   Reimbursements                                      (20,190)          (12,222)             (378)           (378)
     Total Employee Benefits                             4,318            18,955            33,658          33,445

  Total Employee Compensation                         148,019            161,002          207,888          204,892

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                    13,521             12,800           15,300           15,300
 Supplies                                                 853              4,100            4,200            4,200
 Equipment                                              1,446              5,600            4,500            4,500
 Other                                                325,158            167,000          339,500          339,500
   Reimbursements                                           -                  -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                      340,978            189,500          363,500          363,500

Capital:




      Total Capital                                            -                -                  -              -

      Division Total                            $     488,997            350,502          571,388          568,392

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
Golf Concessions (Ref. B-44)                    $     488,997            350,502          571,388          568,392




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Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Sports Turf Maintenance                                            Division No.       115543

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                   Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Sports Turf Maintenance           115543

This organization oversees the maintenance of special sports type turf areas. In addition, this organization is
responsible for maintenance of the turf and irrigation systems at the following City soccer complexes: Tranquility
Park, 120th and Maple (15 fields), Seymour Smith Park, 72nd and Harrison (3 fields), N.P. Dodge Park, 11001
John Pershing Drive (8 fields) and Whitehawk 192nd and F street (2 fields).

The Golf Manager supervises this Division.

Employee Compensation                        $      92,545              101,856            107,353        105,727
Non-Personal Services                               33,657               38,300             34,800         34,800
 Organization Total                                126,202              140,156            142,153        140,527

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                              $     126,202              140,156            142,153        140,527


                                                                      2008               2009            2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual            Planned          Goal
Percent of User Satisfaction                                                   89%            90%               90%




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Sports Turf Maintenance                                      Division No.           115543

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                      Pay    2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                     Range   Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Maintenance Foreman I                9.2MC         1         1      1          45,473      1         44,251
Part-time and seasonal                                                              66,000                66,000
Provision for overtime                                                               1,000                 1,000
Reimbursements                                                                     (30,000)              (30,000)
                                                        1         1      1          82,473      1         81,251


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains the same as the 2009 authorized.

Sports Turf Maintenance will receive a reimbursement from Tranquility Soccer in the amount of $30,000.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Sports Turf Maintenance                                        Division No.         115543

                                                                    Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                       2008             2009             2010               2010
Major Object Expenditures                            Expended        Appropriated   Recommended          Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                              $       40,878             42,009            45,473           44,251
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                  58,739             66,000            66,000           66,000
 Overtime                                                    93              1,000             1,000            1,000
 Longevity                                                    -                300                 -                -
   Reimbursements                                       (28,313)           (30,000)          (30,000)         (30,000)
     Total Employee Earnings                             71,397             79,309            82,473           81,251

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                    7,551              8,744             8,493            8,265
 Pension                                                 3,904              4,030             5,166            4,990
 Insurance                                              10,687             10,801            12,470           12,470
   Reimbursements                                         (994)            (1,028)           (1,249)          (1,249)
     Total Employee Benefits                            21,148             22,547            24,880           24,476

  Total Employee Compensation                           92,545            101,856           107,353          105,727

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                      4,577              7,800             7,800            7,800
 Supplies                                               29,080             30,500            27,000           27,000
 Equipment                                                   -                  -                 -                -
 Other                                                       -                  -                 -                -
   Reimbursements                                            -                  -                 -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                        33,657             38,300            34,800           34,800

Capital:




      Total Capital                                             -                -                   -              -

      Division Total                             $     126,202            140,156           142,153          140,527

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                               $     126,202            140,156           142,153          140,527




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Parking Facilities                                              Division No.           115550

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Garage Operations                  115550

This organization includes seven parking garages and five surface lots which provide over 4,900 stalls for daily,
monthly and special event parking for the citizens of Omaha.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $4,000 includes two microcomputers and software.

Employee Compensation                       $      116,158              110,205          114,604           113,746
Non-Personal Services                            2,160,084            2,010,806        2,293,891         2,293,891
Capital                                            123,526                    -                -                 -
 Organization Total                              2,399,768            2,121,011        2,408,495         2,407,637

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                             $    2,399,768            2,121,011        2,408,495         2,407,637


                                                                      2008               2009            2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual          Planned            Goal
Percent of Operating Expenses
 Covered by Revenues                                                       100%              60%             100%
Percent of Monthly Rental Capacity                                          87%              85%              85%

                                                                      2008              2009             2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual         Planned              Goal
Garage Revenue                                                    $   4,124,850    $ 4,063,000       $   4,213,000




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Parking Facilities                                            Division No.            115550

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                    Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Part-time and seasonal                                                               28,972                    28,195
Interdepartmental charge                                                             60,000                    60,000
                                                        -         -       -          88,972       -            88,195


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel remains the same as the 2009 authorized.

The Interdepartmental Charge represents the partial charge of personnel from the Golf Division.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                              DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department             Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division               Parking Facilities                                        Division No.          115550

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                      2008           2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                           Expended      Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                             $      21,658                -                 -               -
 Part-Time and Seasonal                                25,451           29,585            28,972          28,195
 Overtime                                                   -                -                 -               -
 Longevity                                                287                -                 -               -
   Interdepartmental Charges                           50,429           56,821            60,000          60,000
     Total Employee Earnings                           97,825           86,406            88,972          88,195

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                   3,604            2,264             2,216           2,135
 Pension                                                2,091                -                 -               -
 Insurance                                              2,733                -                 -               -
 Interdepartmental Charges                             10,107           21,535            23,416          23,416
   Reimbursements                                        (202)               -                 -               -
   Total Employee Benefits                             18,333           23,799            25,632          25,551

  Total Employee Compensation                         116,158         110,205            114,604         113,746

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                  2,158,147       2,000,506         2,285,391       2,285,391
 Supplies                                                1,937           4,500             4,500           4,500
 Equipment                                                   -           5,800             4,000           4,000
 Other                                                       -               -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                            -               -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                     2,160,084       2,010,806         2,293,891       2,293,891

Capital:
Parking Structures                                    123,526                -                  -               -




      Total Capital                                   123,526                -                  -               -

      Division Total                            $ 2,399,768          2,121,011         2,408,495       2,407,637

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
Parking Facilities (Ref. B-46)                  $ 2,276,242          2,121,011         2,408,495       2,407,637
Parking Facilities - Capital (Ref. B-46)            123,526                  -                 -               -
                                                $ 2,399,768          2,121,011         2,408,495       2,407,637




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division          Rosenblatt Stadium                                                 Division No.          115651

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009             2010                 2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Rosenblatt Stadium                115651
Rosenblatt Stadium is a major athletic facility with a maximum seating capacity of 23,145. The Stadium is the site
of the annual NCAA Men's College World Series and the home of the Omaha Royals AAA professional baseball
team.

Employee Compensation                      $      642,128              638,790              523,862          505,036
Non-Personal Services                           1,050,770              818,390              820,661          820,661
Capital                                            43,824               50,000               50,000           50,000
 Organization Total                             1,736,722            1,507,180            1,394,523        1,375,697

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

 Division Total                            $    1,736,722            1,507,180            1,394,523        1,375,697


                                                                     2008                  2009            2010
Performance Measures                                                 Actual               Planned          Goal
Royals Baseball:
 Net Cost per 6,000 Patrons                                      $        3,008       $        3,000   $       3,000
 Satisfaction Rating from Patrons                                          90%                  85%             90%
 Grounds Crew Cost per Game Day                                  $        1,315       $        1,200   $       1,200
 Grounds Maintenance Costs per Game Day                          $        2,325       $        1,800   $       1,800
College World Series:
 Net Cost per Patron                                             $            0.75    $         0.75   $          0.75
 Satisfaction Rating from Patrons                                             95%               85%               90%

                                                                     2008                  2009            2010
Program Outputs                                                      Actual               Planned          Goal
Event Days                                                                  96                    91               92
Event Revenue Generated                                          $    653,114         $     600,000    $     625,000




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division        Rosenblatt Stadium                                           Division No.          115651

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008        2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

City Maintenance Superintendent         21.3MC          -         1      -               -     -              -
City Maintenance Foreman II             12.2MC          1         1      1          53,557     1         52,119
City Maintenance Foreman I               9.2MC          1         1      1          48,302     1         47,005
Maintenance Repairer II                  06130          1         1      1          43,670     1         42,495
Semi-skilled Laborer                     06110          1         2      2          63,240     2         61,542
Part-time and seasonal                                                             391,194              380,687
Provision for overtime                                                              80,000               80,000
Provision for longevity                                                              2,861                2,861
Reimbursements                                                                    (300,000)    -       (300,000)
                                                        4         6      5         382,824     5        366,709


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement reduces by one City Maintenance Superintendent.

Reimbursements are from promoters for event staffing.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Division              Rosenblatt Stadium                                          Division No.         115651

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                     2008            2009             2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                          Expended       Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                            $      281,399          289,157           208,769         203,161
 Part-Time and Seasonal                               457,535          346,500           391,194         380,687
 Overtime                                              76,200           80,000            80,000          80,000
 Longevity                                              3,561            4,126             2,861           2,861
   Reimbursements                                    (314,164)        (230,000)         (300,000)       (300,000)
     Total Employee Earnings                          504,531          489,783           382,824         366,709

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                                 61,576            55,063            52,066          50,668
 Pension                                              30,416            35,555            32,632          31,319
 Insurance                                            48,779            62,679            59,776          59,776
   Reimbursements                                     (3,174)           (4,290)           (3,436)         (3,436)
   Total Employee Benefits                           137,597           149,007           141,038         138,327

 Total Employee Compensation                         642,128           638,790           523,862         505,036

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                   853,116          681,923           701,261         701,261
 Supplies                                             176,322          123,700           119,400         119,400
 Equipment                                             21,262           12,767                 -               -
 Other                                                     70                -                 -               -
   Reimbursements                                           -                -                 -               -
     Total Non-Personal Services                    1,050,770          818,390           820,661         820,661

Capital:
 Building Improvements                                43,824            50,000            50,000          50,000




     Total Capital                                    43,824            50,000            50,000          50,000

     Division Total                            $ 1,736,722           1,507,180         1,394,523       1,375,697

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                             $ 1,692,898           1,457,180         1,344,523       1,325,697
General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                        13,165                   -                 -               -
Rosenblatt Stadium Expansion &
Improvement (Ref. B-35)                             30,659              50,000            50,000          50,000
                                               $ 1,736,722           1,507,180         1,394,523       1,375,697




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                         FIRE DEPARTMENT




                               MAYOR




                              FIRE CHIEF




OPERATIONS ASSISTANT    OPERATIONS ASSISTANT    OPERATIONS ASSISTANT
       CHIEF                   CHIEF                   CHIEF



OPERATIONS BUREAU "A"   OPERATIONS BUREAU "B"   OPERATIONS BUREAU "C"




 EMERGENCY MEDICAL        FIRE INVESTIGATION     TECHNICAL SERVICES
  SERVICES BUREAU               BUREAU                BUREAU



 SPECIAL OPERATIONS                               FIRE PREVENTION &
                          TRAINING BUREAU
       BUREAU                                     EDUCATION BUREAU



RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
   & SAFETY BUREAU
                                             CITY OF OMAHA

                                        FIRE DEPARTMENT


                                              MISSION STATEMENT

The members of the Omaha Fire Department endeavor to provide the highest level of service in the protection
of lives and property. We strive for excellence in fire protection, EMS services, hazardous materials response,
code enforcement and public education through proactive, aggressive training, disaster preparedness
programs and rapid response.




                                             GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Life safety is our number one priority.

2. Reduce fire loss throughout our response territory.

3. Mitigate all types of emergency situations including hazardous materials incidents, confined space
   rescues, high angle rescues, fires and emergency medical problems.

4. Continue to provide proactive training to members of the Department.




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                                           City of Omaha
                                    2010 Fire Department Budget
                                       Appropriated Summary
                                      Positions                            Funding
                                                           2009             2010            2010
By Division                         2009    2010        Appropriated    Recommended      Appropriated
Office of the Fire Chief               8       8       $    2,651,012        2,937,181       2,450,851
Fire Investigation Bureau              8       7              885,587          988,094         919,960
Fire Prevention and Public
  Education Bureau                    13          14        1,580,171        1,876,358       1,781,739
Technical Services Bureau              6           4        2,783,326        3,024,478       2,400,113
Emergency Medical Services Bureau      5           7        1,206,308        1,610,039       1,209,023
Research, Development and
  Safety Bureau                        3       2              299,872          320,775         261,471
Training Bureau                       11      10            1,155,505        1,269,851       1,184,334
Operations                           633     661           58,216,865       59,423,733      58,236,846
Special Operations Bureau              1       1              189,790          242,442         209,853
Capital                                                     3,934,108        1,560,108         895,108
  Total                              688     714       $   72,902,544       73,253,059      69,549,298




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                                 $   64,761,326       67,299,126      65,424,543
 Non-Personal Services                                      4,207,110        4,393,825       3,229,647
 Capital                                                    3,934,108        1,560,108         895,108
   Total                                               $   72,902,544       73,253,059      69,549,298


By Source of Funds
 General                                               $   68,968,436       71,692,951      68,654,190
 General-Capital                                              128,108          128,108         128,108
 Public Facility Bonds                                        300,000          552,000         552,000
 Public Safety Bonds                                        1,246,000          880,000         215,000
 Capital Improvements                                       1,750,000                -               -
 Advance Acquisition                                          510,000                -               -
   Total                                               $   72,902,544       73,253,059      69,549,298




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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department         Fire

Division           Office of the Fire Chief                                       Division No.           114500

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                  2008            2009              2010               2010
Object Summary                                    Expended       Appropriated    Recommended          Appropriated

Office of the Fire Chief            114511

This administrative office is responsible for the overall planning and organizational development of the Omaha Fire
Department. This includes the coordination of efforts in the areas of Fire Prevention, Emergency Pre-Hospital
Care and Emergency Fire Response. The Office of the Fire Chief is also responsible for the development of
contingency plans for response to hazardous materials, emergencies and other natural disasters and for
coordination of emergency efforts as they relate to the overall County Emergency Response Plan.

This office manages the department's sworn and civilian personnel records and does the billing for hazardous
material spills.

The sworn complement for the Office of the Fire Chief includes the Fire Chief, three Assistant Chiefs, three
Captains and one Fire Fighter in charge of the seven Bureaus and three suppression shifts.

The Non-Personal Services allocation includes the departmental wide charge of $357,000 for Injured-on-Duty
medical costs.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $23,328 for the wireless network, computer and printer upgrades.

Employee Compensation                         $    2,272,242         1,541,567         1,890,421          1,658,686
Non-Personal Services                                736,981         1,109,445         1,046,760            792,165
 Organization Total                                3,009,223         2,651,012         2,937,181          2,450,851

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.

Capital                             114512

Capital items in the 2010 appropriated budget include: $207,000 for ongoing rehabilitation of existing fire stations
and $345,000 for the replacement of Station #53 to be paid from the 2006 Public Facility Bond issue; $115,000 for
the replacement of Station #53 and $100,000 for the Emergency Vehicle Preemption System to be paid from the
2006 Public Safety Bond issue; and $128,108 from the General Fund for the lease purchase of Medic Rescue
Units.

Land and Buildings                                   158,880         2,560,000           667,000            667,000
Equipment                                            128,108         1,374,108           893,108            228,108
  Organization Total                                 286,988         3,934,108         1,560,108            895,108

  Division Total                              $    3,296,211         6,585,120         4,497,289          3,345,959

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council postponed $665,000 for an aerial truck until 2011.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Fire

Division          Administrative Services                                         Division No.            114520

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                   Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Fire Investigation Bureau          114523


The Assistant Chief "B" shift oversees the operations of this Bureau. The personnel, one Battalion Chief and six
Fire Captains are responsible for investigating the cause and origin of all fires that occur in the City of Omaha. All
fire arson investigators are certified State of Nebraska law enforcement officers who handle the assigned cases
from the initial documentation through suspect arrest and court disposition.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $1,300 for replacing digital recorders.

Employee Compensation                        $      908,100           871,324            967,868            902,584
Non-Personal Services                                15,250            14,263             20,226             17,376
 Organization Total                                 923,350           885,587            988,094            919,960

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.

Fire Prevention and Public
Education Bureau                   114524


The Assistant Chief "C" shift is responsible for this Bureau. This Bureau is responsible for fire prevention and
inspection programs. This includes the inspection of buildings and installations throughout the City for the purpose
of eliminating fire hazards, testing fire detection systems, approving permits, reviewing building plans, interpreting
new and existing policies and ordinances, following up on complaints pertaining to fire code violations and
participating in public education programs. The education branch of this bureau is responsible for implementing
and coordinating all fire safety presentations to the general public. This includes fire apparatus' and firefighters'
appearance at schools, all safety educational programs available to the public and schools, businesses, day care,
home care, pre-schools and private functions such as block parties, health fairs, neighborhood associations, etc.
The Bureau is also in charge of the "Sniffin' Out Smoke" Residential Smoke Detector Program. The Public
Education and Affairs Bureau is the liaison for the media on all multiple alarms. Included in this Bureau is the Depar
Bureau is also responsible for control of the Juvenile Fire Setter Program.

Personnel assigned to this Bureau include one Battalion Chief, two Assistant Fire Marshals, ten Captains and one
Senior Firefighter.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $500 for media displays.

Employee Compensation                             1,543,092         1,551,942          1,842,903          1,767,284
Non-Personal Services                                23,839            28,229             33,455             14,455
 Organization Total                               1,566,931         1,580,171          1,876,358          1,781,739

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.



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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Fire

Division          Administrative Services                                        Division No.           114520

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Technical Services Bureau         114526

This Bureau is overseen by the Assistant Chief "C" shift. The Technical Services Bureau is staffed by one
Battalion Chief, two Captains and one Senior Firefighter. This Bureau serves as a liaison with the Fleet
Management and Facilities Management Divisions of the Public Works Department.


Serving as a support Bureau for the Department, the Technical Services Bureau oversees all building, equipment
and vehicle maintenance. This Bureau researches, develops and writes comprehensive specifications for the
purchase of new equipment and vehicles. This Bureau is responsible for Fire Department purchases, building
construction and renovation and maintenance and purchase of the self-contained breathing apparatus.

The Technical Services Bureau also works in conjunction with the Research, Development and Safety Bureau and
the Douglas County 911 Communications Center for the maintenance and purchasing of communication and
telephone equipment.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $95,410 for replacement furniture and appliances, radios, firefighter
equipment and vehicles.

Employee Compensation                              553,053           530,214            578,844            456,709
Non-Personal Services                            1,924,024         2,253,112          2,445,634          1,943,404
 Organization Total                              2,477,077         2,783,326          3,024,478          2,400,113

 Division Total                             $    4,967,358         5,249,084          5,888,930          5,101,812

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Fire

Division          Emergency Medical Services/Training                            Division No.           114530

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended           Appropriated

Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) Bureau                      114531

Emergency Medical Services is responsible for the administration and delivery of the emergency pre-hospital care
function of the Omaha Fire and Rescue Department. The Bureau Chief coordinates medic unit response with all
local hospital emergency rooms and their medical staffs. This Bureau coordinates the development and delivery of
continuing education to ensure certification of the department's 244 paramedics and 458 emergency medical
technicians - basic level personnel. This Bureau works with our contracted medical director and the medical
community to develop appropriate protocols and procedures and to maintain a quality improvement (QI) program to
meet and exceed levels of service established by the Nebraska State Department of Health. This Bureau
maintains management of all record-keeping functions related to Advanced Life Support (ALS), personnel
certifications and training as well as patient/call data information. This Bureau is also responsible for
administration and liaison with the Omaha Police Department Tactical Emergency Medical Services Response
Training and implementation team.

Emergency Medical Service-Pre-Hospital Care is provided by fifteen fully equipped Advanced Life Support units
staffed by two paramedics, supported by 36 suppression companies who function as first responders. Many of
these support companies have a Paramedic assigned to their crew. The Emergency Medical Services Bureau is
staffed by one Battalion Chief, three EMS Supervisors and three Captains.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $50,780 for replacement items specific to the EMS Bureau.
Employee Compensation                       $      559,880           525,919            924,249           854,608
Non-Personal Services                              591,464           680,389            685,790           354,415
 Organization Total                              1,151,344         1,206,308          1,610,039         1,209,023

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.

Research, Development
and Safety Bureau                 114532

The Research, Development and Safety Bureau (RDS) is overseen by the "A" shift Assistant Chief and is allocated
one Battalion Chief and one Captain. Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, reviewing accident and
IOD forms, following up on corrective measures to prevent accidents, conducting inspections to discover and
correct unsafe acts and/or conditions, providing technical advice on safety aspects in designing living quarters,
apparatus, equipment, and protective clothing, maintaining an accident record-keeping system, submitting safety
status reports to the Fire administration, exchanging safety information with other Fire Departments to keep up-to-
date on problems, ensuring that the department complies with applicable local and national safety standards,
acting as a liaison with safety representatives of other state, federal and local safety organizations and ensuring
compliance with fire grounds and in-house safety procedures.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Fire

Division          Emergency Medical Services/Training                            Division No.           114530

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008            2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                  Expended       Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Research, Development
and Safety Bureau Cont'd          114532

This Bureau is also responsible for compiling information on new equipment, internal investigations, accident
investigations, citizen complaints, liaison to other Douglas County Fire Rescue Departments and the Douglas
County 911 Communication Center, Human Resources Department IOD/sick leave, Tri-Mutual Aid, purchases and
maintenance of communications equipment and coordinating the activities of light duty personnel. Other RDA's
involvement: City annexation committee, forms committee, Fire Department response territories, grant research
and application and Homeland Security.

Employee Compensation                             314,077            293,597            313,442            254,766
Non-Personal Services                              26,271              6,275              7,333              6,705
 Organization Total                               340,348            299,872            320,775            261,471

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.

Training Bureau                   114533

The Assistant Chief "B" shift oversees this Bureau. The primary function of the Training Bureau is fire and EMS
education. It is responsible for establishing curriculum, developing courses, formulating lesson plans, scheduling
training sessions, conducting classes and maintaining training records. Training administers an in-station training
program for all fire companies and provides for individual and multi-company drills. The Bureau conducts all
candidate basic training classes including the Field Training Officer Program. The Bureau also maintains a training
video library and provides Standard Operating Guidelines Manual updates. Training researches and tests new
firefighting equipment and procedures. The Training Bureau assists in tests conducted by the Human Resources
Department and provides facilities and personnel for outside multi-agency training (FAE and Defensive Driving
Programs). This Bureau is responsible for all EMS continuing education, as well as initial EMT-B and Paramedic
training.

The personnel assigned to the Training Bureau includes one Battalion Chief, one Drill Master, five Captains, two
Fire Apparatus Engineers and one Senior Firefighter.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $12,500 for items to be used for training.

Employee Compensation                            1,153,904         1,082,378          1,191,394          1,128,877
Non-Personal Services                               74,752            73,127             78,457             55,457
 Organization Total                              1,228,656         1,155,505          1,269,851          1,184,334

 Division Total                             $    2,720,348         2,661,685          3,200,665          2,654,828

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line items.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Fire

Division          Operations                                                      Division No.            114540

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008              2009              2010                 2010
Object Summary                                 Expended         Appropriated    Recommended            Appropriated

Operations                         114541

Operations is responsible for the daily coordination of three operation shifts of approximately 200 firefighters and
officers and for setting daily staffing levels of all fire/EMS emergency response vehicles. Operations directs
emergency efforts using existing Standard Operating Guidelines. Operations is responsible for maintaining a
suitable level of on-duty staffing and to ascertain that department equipment, apparatus and buildings are being
maintained at desired levels.

Operations provides 24-hour staffing of equipment to protect and save the lives and property of the citizens of
Omaha and surrounding areas. The members of Operations are also EMS first responders to the sites of medical
emergencies. Some ongoing functions of the firefighters assigned to the Department are fire prevention
inspections and fire education program delivery. Operations personnel are also involved in continuous training
activities to ensure their effectiveness at all types of emergencies.

A new fire station is being built in partnership with the Elkhorn Rural Fire District and is scheduled to open in fall
2010.

Employee Compensation                        $ 62,894,999         58,216,865          59,423,733         58,236,846
Non-Personal Services                           1,047,878                  -                   -                  -
 Organization Total                            63,942,877         58,216,865          59,423,733         58,236,846

Special Operations Bureau          114542

The Assistant Chief "A" shift oversees this Bureau. For organizational purposes, this Bureau is a combination of
Special Operations and Emergency Medical Services functions. For budgeting purposes, they are separate.

Special Operations is responsible for the administration of our hazardous materials response capabilities to ensure
compliance with all federal, state, and local laws concerning hazardous materials/waste recovery and incident
mitigation. This Bureau is responsible for all associated hazardous materials/Special Operations related training.
Other Special Operations responsibilities include technical rescue incident response and mitigation. These include
specialized rope rescue, confined space rescue, high angle operations, trench rescue and any other "out of the
ordinary" rescue operations. This Bureau maintains liaison and coordinates training between Omaha and the
Nebraska Task Force One Urban Search and Rescue Team based in Lincoln, NE.

The 2010 appropriated equipment includes $10,780 for rescue items and containment tarps.

Employee Compensation                             102,451             147,520            166,272            164,183
Non-Personal Services                              35,045              42,270             76,170             45,670
 Organization Total                               137,496             189,790            242,442            209,853

 Division Total                              $ 64,080,373         58,406,655          59,666,175         58,446,699

 Department Total                           $ 75,064,290          72,902,544          73,253,059         69,549,298

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council made various cuts to both Personnel and Non-Personal line
items in the Fire Department.
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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department       Fire

Division         Fire                                                Division No.     114500


                                                      2008            2009            2010
Program Outputs                                       Actual         Planned          Goal
Inputs:
  Fire Stations                                                24               24             25
  Engine Companies                                             24               24             25
  Aerial Companies                                              9                9              9
  Medic Units                                                  15               15             15
Outcomes:
  Average Response Time                               4 min 31 sec   4 min 00 sec    4 min 00 sec
  Fire Calls Answered                                        1,620          1,900           1,900
  Rescue Squad Calls                                        29,385         29,000          32,000
  Average Squad Call Response Time                    4 min 27 sec   4 min 00 sec    4 min 00 sec
  Building Occupancy Inspections                             5,245          6,000          10,800
  Tank Inspections                                             289            505             500
  Tank Inspections Ordered Corrections                          69            100             100
  Hazardous Conditions Ordered                                 823            300             300
  Hours of Field Training Presented                         83,707         20,000          90,000
  Hours of EMS Training Presented                           13,500         14,000          16,000
  Hours of Recruit Training Presented                       11,510         24,000          29,000
  Public Education Presentations                             3,292          1,350           1,500
  Hazardous Emergency Responses                              1,132          1,000           1,000
  Fires Investigated                                           395            525             530
  Arson Fires                                                   96            175              90
  Average Arson Clearance Rate                                27%            33%             28%
  Estimated Arson Dollar Loss                             $1.29 M        $1.25 M         $1.20 M
  Estimated Dollar Loss from Fire                         $13.4 M          $5.0 M        $4.75 M
  Medic Assists by Fire Companies                           30,250         21,000          31,000
  Number of Arrests                                             30             65              60
  Firefighter Deaths                                             0              0               0
  Civilian Fire Deaths                                           5              0               0
  Civilian Fire Injuries                                        33              0               0
  Juvenile Fires with Damage                                    43             55              30
  Dollar Loss from Juvenile Caused Fires                 $940,950     $1,522,125        $830,000
  Juveniles Referred to Public Education
  for Fire Play                                                62               0              50




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                                    DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department       Fire

Division         Fire                                                        Division No.            114500

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                      Pay     2008      2009           2010                  2010
Title                                     Range    Actual    Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Fire Chief                                  5MF        1         1       1         133,091       1        130,828
Assistant Fire Chief                        1MF        1         3       3         340,269       3        334,484
Battalion Fire Chief                        6UF       27        27      30       2,461,790      30      2,421,398
DrillMaster                                 5UF        1         1       1          81,457       1         80,064
Assistant Fire Marshall                     7UF        2         2       2         168,826       2        166,039
EMS Shift Supervisor                        5UF        3         3       3         252,933       3        248,753
Fire Captain                                4UF      180       182     180      12,198,271     180     11,970,874
Fire Apparatus Engineer                     3UF      105       113     119       7,263,373     119      7,134,447
Firefighter/Paramedic                       3UF       35        42       -               -       -              -
Senior Firefighter                          2UF      184       201       -               -       -              -
Firefighter                                 1UF       64        68     338      17,302,123     338     16,984,576
Firefighter - Probationary                  0UF       59        36      37       1,655,556      37      1,446,695
Provision for longevity                                                            741,040                725,667
Provision for holiday pay                                                        2,235,996              2,204,903
Provisions for FLSA pay                                                            705,190                692,273
Provision for payoff for sick and
  annual leave                                                                     785,386                785,386
Provision for working out of
  classification                                                                   264,560                257,325
Provision for overtime                                                             217,830                201,517
Provision for specialty pay                                                      1,284,998              1,284,998
Provision for compensatory time                                                    155,460                152,747
Provision for college incentive                                                      2,610                  2,610
Provision for court pay                                                              7,261                  7,134
Provision for injured on duty pay                                                  157,280                153,663
Reimbursements                                                                    (991,879)              (991,879)
                                                     662       679     714      47,423,421     714     46,394,502


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated complement increases the total number of sworn positions by 35 over the 2009 authorized.
Eighteen of these positions are for the SAFER (Staffing Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) Grant awarded
the Omaha Fire Department in 2009. The remainder of the positions are in anticipation of the new fire station
expected to open at 192nd and Atlas in the 4th Quarter of 2010. The positions will be fully funded by the Elkhorn
Fire District. These dollars are reflected in the Reimbursements line shown above.

The Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations eliminated the Firefighter/Paramedic and Senior Firefighter
classifications, reclassifying these positions as Firefighter.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council postponed the recruit class of 13 from May 2010 to September
2010.




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department       Fire

Division         Fire Civilian                                                 Division No.             114500

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                      Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                     Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Executive Secretary                       11.1MC         1         1       1          51,214        -            -
Fiscal Specialist                          9.1MC         2         2       2          84,500        -            -
Senior Administrative Clerk                 11FC         1         1       1          35,536        -            -
Maintenance Mechanic I                     08115         1         1       1          36,824        -            -
Secretary III                              00145         1         1       1          38,755        -            -
Secretary II                               00140         1         1       1          36,352        -            -
Secretary I                                00135         2         2       2          63,305        -            -
Provision for longevity                                                                4,016                     -
Part-time and seasonal                                                                70,871                     -
                                                         9         9       9         421,373        -            -


Explanatory Comments:


Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department.




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                         DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES
Department        Fire

Division          Fire                                                      Division No.           114500
                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                2008             2009            2010               2010
Major Object Expenditures                     Expended        Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated
Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 42,709,722       41,932,267        42,626,015        41,329,146
 Part-Time and Seasonal                          146,334           45,594            70,871                 -
 Overtime                                        198,826          185,000           217,830           201,517
 Call in pay                                     708,915          256,913                 -                 -
 FLSA Pay                                        735,308          714,180           705,190           692,273
 Longevity                                       897,174          855,457           745,056           725,667
 Holiday Pay                                   1,739,061        1,719,094         2,235,996         2,204,903
 Specialty Pay                                 1,246,884        1,082,016         1,284,998         1,284,998
 College Incentive Pay                             1,561           69,491             2,610             2,610
 Provision for pay-off of annual leave         3,581,376                -           785,386           785,386
 Compensatory time                               598,692          150,000           155,460           152,747
 Court Pay                                         5,254            7,006             7,261             7,134
   Reimbursements                               (461,067)        (206,550)         (991,879)         (991,879)
     Total Employee Earnings                  52,108,040       46,810,468        47,844,794        46,394,502
Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                            672,866          624,618           574,486           539,803
 Pension                                      10,489,553       10,456,488        10,669,164        10,423,531
 Insurance                                     7,177,061        7,054,166         8,689,618         8,536,861
   Reimbursements                               (145,722)        (184,414)         (478,936)         (470,154)
     Total Employee Benefits                  18,193,758       17,950,858        19,454,332        19,030,041
 Total Employee Compensation                  70,301,798       64,761,326        67,299,126        65,424,543
Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                            2,766,756         2,681,548        2,435,288         1,736,090
 Supplies                                        801,704           539,041        1,106,755           951,755
 Equipment                                       324,937           456,751          379,578           194,598
 Other                                           582,107           529,770          472,204           347,204
     Total Non-Personal Services               4,475,504         4,207,110        4,393,825         3,229,647
Capital:
 Fire Training Facility                          158,880                -                 -                 -
 Fire Station #53 Replacement                          -          650,000           460,000           460,000
 Fire Station #31 Relocation                           -        1,910,000                 -                 -
 Building Improvements                                 -                -           207,000           207,000
 Aerial Apparatus                                      -                -           665,000                 -
 Emergency Vehicle Preemption System                   -          100,000           100,000           100,000
 Fire Engine Pumpers                                   -        1,146,000                 -                 -
 Lease Purchase - Medic Rescue Units             128,108          128,108           128,108           128,108
     Total Capital                               286,988        3,934,108         1,560,108           895,108
     Department Total                       $ 75,064,290       72,902,544        73,253,059        69,549,298
Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council eliminated all civilian positions in the Fire Department and
made various cuts to Personnel, Non-Personal and Capital line items.
Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                         $ 74,777,302          68,968,436        71,692,951       68,654,190
General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                    128,108             128,108           128,108          128,108
1998 Public Facility Bond/Public Safety
Training Center Bond (Ref. B-29)                158,880                    -                 -                -
2006 Public Safety Bond (Ref. B-28)                    -          1,246,000           880,000          215,000
2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                  -            300,000           552,000          552,000
Capital Improvements (Ref. B-32)                       -          1,750,000                  -                -
Advance Acquisition (Ref. B-33)                        -            510,000                  -              -
                                          $ 75,064,290
                                                     270         72,902,544        73,253,059       69,549,298
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                                       CITY OF OMAHA

                                 POLICE DEPARTMENT


                                            MISSION STATEMENT

The Omaha Police Department, in partnership with our community, provides impartial, ethical and professional
law enforcement services and protection. We strive to maintain the trust and confidence of our citizens while
working to improve the quality of life.




                                           GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Reduction of crime and fear of crime.
2. Maximize efficiency.
3. Enhanced customer service.
4. Improved public confidence.
5. Personal and professional growth for employees.




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                                  2010 Police Department Budget
                                      Appropriated Summary
                                      Positions                         Funding
                                                        2009              2010           2010
By Division                         2009    2010     Appropriated    Recommended      Appropriated
 Office of the Police Chief           12      13    $    1,707,900        2,390,669       2,387,123
 Executive Officer Bureau             67      65         7,024,191        6,695,740       6,669,663
 Police Services Bureau              148     154       19,049,342        19,404,676     19,238,592
 Uniform Patrol Bureau               562     557       48,152,697        51,616,257     51,604,766
 Criminal Investigations Bureau      209     209       18,094,803        18,904,043     18,864,908
 Police Capital                         -       -          615,000                -                -
   Total                             998     998    $  94,643,933        99,011,385     98,765,052




By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                              $   83,882,156       89,190,052      88,943,719
 Non-Personal Services                                  10,146,777        9,821,333       9,821,333
 Capital                                                   615,000                -               -
   Total                                            $   94,643,933       99,011,385      98,765,052


By Source of Funds
 General                                            $   94,008,933       98,535,385      98,289,052
 Omaha Keno Lottery                                         20,000          476,000         476,000
 2006 Public Facility Bonds                                265,000                -               -
 2006 Public Safety Bond                                   350,000                -               -
   Total                                            $   94,643,933       99,011,385      98,765,052




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department           Police

Division             Office of the Police Chief                                     Division No.         111000

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                    Expended          Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Office of the Police Chief         111000

The Chief of Police commands the overall operations of the department and receives support from the Internal
Affairs Unit and the Police Information Officer. The Chief of Police has the responsibility of determining
department policies and for ensuring the complete discharge of all duties imposed upon him. The Chief of Police
is a Department Head under Sections 3.07 and 3.11 of the Omaha Charter and reports directly to the Mayor.

Internal Affairs Unit - The Internal Affairs unit reports directly to the Chief of Police and investigates citizen and
internal complaints.

Public Information Office - The Public Information Office coordinates dissemination of information to the news
media and manages the Crime Stoppers Program.


Employee Compensation                        $ 1,082,306               1,410,785         2,150,669        2,147,123
Non-Personal Services                            259,990                 297,115           240,000          240,000
 Organization Total                            1,342,296               1,707,900         2,390,669        2,387,123

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

    Division Total                           $ 1,342,296               1,707,900         2,390,669        2,387,123




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Police

Division            Executive Officer Bureau                                   Division No.           112000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major             2008               2009             2010               2010
Object Summary                               Expended          Appropriated   Recommended          Appropriated

Executive Officer Bureau          112000

The Office of the Executive Officer is a Bureau of the Office of the Police Chief. The Executive Officer serves as
the Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police. The Executive Officer manages the Professional Standards
Section, Research and Planning, Neighborhood Services Unit, Human Resources Unit and the Training Academy.
A Deputy Chief commands this Bureau.

Professional Standards Section - The Professional Standards Section is responsible for duties assigned by the
Executive Officer. The Training Academy, Neighborhood Services Unit and Human Resources Unit fall under the
Professional Standards Section. A Captain commands the Professional Standards Section.


Research and Planning - Research and Planning provides a variety of services which includes conducting
research and planning projects for the Chief of Police and other Deputy Chiefs as requested. Research and
Planning is responsible for updating the Standard Operating Procedures of the Department, the compilation of the
annual report, the coordination of the accreditation process, grant management and the drafting of general orders.

Neighborhood Services Unit - The Neighborhood Services Unit provides assistance to the public on problem
resolution and prevention programs. The Neighborhood Services Unit is comprised of the Crime Prevention
Squad/Community Resource Center, the Business Watch/Closed Property Office, the Nuisance Task Force, the
School Resource Officer Program and Volunteer Services.

Human Resources Unit - The Human Resources Unit conducts recruitment and selection activities and maintains
personnel and timekeeping information for all Department employees. The unit is comprised of the
Personnel/Timekeeping Squad and the Backgrounds/Investigations Squad.

Training Academy - The Training Academy provides both a basic Recruit Academy for new recruit officers and
maintains continuing courses for all sworn officers. The Academy also coordinates all training for non-sworn
members of the Department. The Video Production Squad is assigned to the Training Academy.

Employee Compensation                      $ 7,408,793            6,018,365         5,990,790          5,964,713
Non-Personal Services                          356,158            1,005,826           704,950            704,950
 Organization Total                          7,764,951            7,024,191         6,695,740          6,669,663

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

   Division Total                          $ 7,764,951            7,024,191         6,695,740          6,669,663




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Department           Police

Division             Police Services Bureau                                        Division No.            113000

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009             2010                   2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated   Recommended              Appropriated

Police Services Bureau              113000

The Police Services Bureau provides support services to the Office of the Police Chief, Executive Officer, Uniform
Patrol and Criminal Investigation Bureaus. A Deputy Chief commands this Bureau. The Bureau is comprised of
the Administrative Information Section and the Support Operations Section.

Administrative Information Section - Provides specialized support services to the Department. It consists of the
Customer Services Unit, Fiscal Affairs Risk Management Unit, Fleet/Facilities, Records/Data Center, and the
Vehicle Impound Facility. A Captain commands this Section.

             Customer Service Unit - Provides a variety of services and support functions to include the receiving
             and processing of incoming telephone calls, walk-in reports and inquiries from the public. The
             Customer Services Unit is comprised of the Front Desk Squad, Information Services Squad, and
             Court Liaison Squad.

             Fiscal Affairs/Risk Management Unit - The Fiscal Affairs/Risk Management Unit is responsible for
             monitoring Departmental expenditures and for managing the fiscal affairs of the Department through
             the annual strategic budgeting processes. The Unit is also assigned tasks by the Chief of Police to
             analyze and minimize organizational risk. The Unit includes a Risk Management Sergeant and Police
             Supply. A Lieutenant commands this Unit.

             Fleet/Facilities - Procures, services and maintains the Department's vehicle fleet and facilities.

             Records/Data Center - Maintains the central records system which includes scanning, filing and
             distribution of reports. The Data Center provides information via radio to Police Officers and is
             responsible for entering crime data and National Crime Information Center information. The
             Administrative Information Manager supervises the Records/Data Center and Telephone Report
             Squad.

             Vehicle Impound Facility - Provides for towing and disposal of abandoned and wrecked vehicles.
             After a brief holding period, unclaimed vehicles are auctioned to private entities. A private towing
             company handles all towing services for violations reported by the Police Department.

Support Operations Section - Provides 24-hour services to police field operations and consists of the Air Support
Unit, Crime Lab, Emergency Response Unit (ERU)/Bomb Unit and Information Technology. A Captain commands
this Section.

             Air Support Unit - Provides aerial surveillance in support of Uniform Patrol and Criminal Investigations
             Bureaus. The use of aircraft provides a hastened response time and a powerful level of observation
             that is enhanced by thermal imaging capability.

             Crime Lab - Provides evidence collection and preservation support to police field operations. The
             Crime Lab includes the Evidence/Property Unit.




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                                EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department           Police

Division             Police Services Bureau                                         Division No.         113000

                                                                   Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                  2008               2009             2010              2010
Object Summary                                    Expended          Appropriated   Recommended         Appropriated

Support Operations Section (Continued)

             Emergency Response/Bomb Unit - Provides services requiring special equipment, weapons, tactics
             and training. This unit is deployed for hostage/barricade situations, high-risk warrant service and
             dignitary protection. The Bomb Response Team handles all called-for-services involving actual or
             suspected explosive devices.

             Information Technology Unit - Maintains the Department's information technology systems.

The 2010 appropriated equipment expenditures for this division consists of an estimated $7,500 for furniture,
$83,500 for computers and accessories, $18,000 for radio communication equipment, $75,000 for photo/video
recording equipment, $5,000 for office equipment, $10,000 for engineering and scientific equipment, and
$1,496,000 for 44 cruisers.

The total 2010 Non-Personal Services line-item budget for the Helicopter Program is as follows:

 Aviation Fuel                                $      95,000
 Aviation Parts                                     190,000
 Aviation Expense                                    86,000
 Insurance                                           18,000
 Facility Costs                                      21,000
 Other Operating Costs                               12,463
   Total                                   $        422,463

Employee Compensation                         $ 14,598,773            10,668,809       11,004,866        10,838,782
Non-Personal Services                            4,880,405             8,380,533        8,399,810         8,399,810
Capital                                             68,760                     -                -                 -
 Organization Total                             19,547,938            19,049,342       19,404,676        19,238,592

   Division Total                          $ 19,547,938               19,049,342       19,404,676        19,238,592

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department          Police

Division            Police Operations Bureau                                   Division No.           114000

                                                              Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major             2008               2009             2010               2010
Object Summary                               Expended          Appropriated   Recommended          Appropriated

Uniform Patrol Bureau             114200

The City of Omaha is divided into four Uniform Patrol Precincts: Northeast, Southeast, Northwest and Southwest.
The Southwest precinct is comprised of the Traffic Unit, Accident Investigation Unit, Selective Enforcement Squad
and Canine Squad. Mounted Patrol and Riverfront Patrol have been assigned to the Southeast Precinct. A
Captain commands each precinct and a Deputy Chief commands the Bureau.

The 2010 appropriated equipment expenditure for this Division consists of $5,000 for traffic enforcement
equipment.

Employee Compensation                      $ 43,606,970          47,960,714        51,409,934        51,398,443
Non-Personal Services                         1,238,243             191,983           206,323           206,323
 Organization Total                          44,845,213          48,152,697        51,616,257        51,604,766




Criminal Investigations Bureau    114230


Investigative Operations - The Investigative Operations Section is comprised of the Crime Analysis Unit, North and
South Investigations Units, Major Crimes Unit, Homicide Unit, Special Victims Unit, Gang Unit and Narcotics Unit.
Crime Analysis Unit - The Crime Analysis Unit provides crime data and trends to Investigative Operations and
provides crime data for weekly CompStat meetings. The Pawn/Administrative Unit falls under the Crime Analysis
Unit.
North and South Investigations Units - These units investigate crimes such as robbery, burglary, auto thefts and
assaults occurring in the Northeast and Southeast Precincts in Omaha.
Major Crimes Unit - Field Investigation and the Fraud Squad are under the Major Crimes Unit.
Special Victims Unit - The Special Victims Unit is comprised of the Child Victim/Sexual Assault Squad, the
Domestic Violence Squad and provides services to victims through the Victim/Assistance Squad.
Homicide Unit - The Homicide Unit is commanded by a Lieutenant and investigates all criminal homicides, as well
as felony assaults. The Homicide Unit also maintains a cold-case file of unsolved homicides requiring additional
information.
Gang Unit - The Gang Unit is comprised of North and South Gang Suppression Squads, Gang Intelligence Squad
and the Fugitive Squad.
Narcotics Unit - The Narcotics Unit conducts specialized investigations. The Unit is comprised of the Narcotics
Squad, Intelligence Squad and Special Operations/Vice Squad.

Employee Compensation                        17,311,184          17,823,483        18,633,793        18,594,658
Non-Personal Services                         3,431,040             271,320           270,250           270,250
 Organization Total                          20,742,224          18,094,803        18,904,043        18,864,908

   Police Operations
    Division Total                         $ 65,587,437          66,247,500        70,520,300        70,469,674

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.
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                                  EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department           Police

Division             Police Capital                                                   Division No.          110000

                                                                    Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                   2008               2009             2010               2010
Object Summary                                     Expended          Appropriated   Recommended          Appropriated

Police Capital                        131592

Security Systems Upgrade                       $            -              50,000                    -                 -
Detention Area Renovations                                  -             215,000                    -                 -
Rehabilitation of Police Admin Building                49,861                   -                    -                 -
Citywide - Various                                     80,338                   -                    -                 -
Helicopters and Equipment                                   -             350,000                    -                 -
Northwest Precinct                                    174,645                   -                    -                 -
  Organization Total                                  304,844             615,000                    -                 -

Department Total                               $ 94,547,466            94,643,933        99,011,385         98,765,052




                                                    2007                2008              2009                  2010
Program Outputs                                     Actual              Actual           Planned                Goal
Calls for Service                                     232,586             226,616           230,000               232,000
Incidents of Arrests (1)                               32,732               32,178           33,000                33,000
Traffic Citations: (2)
  Moving                                                28,834              20,120            20,000              21,000
Seizure of Drugs
  Cocaine                                          13,954 gms.          6,396 gms.        3,100 gms.        3,310 gms.
  Crack Cocaine                                     1,029 gms.          3,477 gms.        1,000 gms.        1,050 gms.
  Marijuana                                          4,000 lbs.            375 lbs.        1,900 lbs.        2,000 lbs.
  Methamphetamine                                  10,994 gms.         26,541 gms.       33,150 gms.       30,000 gms.
Felony Drug Arrest Charges                                 900                 806               845               890
Number of Recruits                                          94                 105                45                24
Evidence Photographs(3)                                 73,911              90,756            85,000            87,000
Fingerprint Comparison Requests(3)                       1,484               2,196             2,000             2,000
Identification Checks (3)                                  193                 147               100               100
Crime Scene Investigations (3)                           4,315               4,577             4,600             4,600
DUI Breath Tests (3)                                     2,764               2,418             2,200             2,200
Firearms Examinations(4)                                 3,104               2,488             2,500             2,500

(1)
    Includes bookings, criminal citations and juvenile street releases for all criminal and traffic offenses.
(2)
    Traffic charges that formerly were on individual traffic citations may now be included on bookings and
    criminal citations.
(3)
    Data are from Crime Lab only.
(4)
    Multiple services are performed per request. Totals do not include Integrated Ballistics Identification
    Systems (IBIS) statistics.




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Department          Police

Division            Police                                                   Division No.        110000


                                                             2008                2009            2010
Performance Measures                                         Actual             Planned          Goal

Telephone Response Unit(TRS):
  % of Low Priority Calls Received by
   911 and Diverted to TRS                                          9%                  9%              9%
Reports Taken per Police Information Officer I                     666                 670             675
  Time per Report                                            58 minutes          58 minutes      58 minutes
Crime Lab:
  Pieces of Evidence Processed per Year                         39,097               40,000         41,000
  Latent Prints Identified/Latent Prints Developed                29%                  33%            35%
Air Wing:
  Assists per Flight Hour                                             1.10              1.60            1.70
Injured on Duty(IOD)/Sick Leave Tracking:
  Number of IOD Officers per Sworn Staff                               24                   24            24
  % of Authorized Sworn Officers Available
   for Normal Duty                                               96.8%                97.0%          97.0%
Response to Priority 1 Citizen Calls:
  Average Response Time                                         0:06:23              0:06:23        0:06:20
Problem-Oriented Community Policing:
  Community Precinct Meetings per Precinct                         162                  162            165
     Student Resource Officers Assists to Detectives               636                  650            650
     Calls for Service per Day                                     619                  620            620
  Officer Initiated Traffic Stops                               39,371               40,000         40,000
Clearance of Part I Crimes:
  Criminal Homicide                                                  23               55.0%          60.0%
  Forcible Rape                                                      63               40.0%          45.0%
  Robbery                                                           240               30.0%          35.0%
  Aggravated Assault                                                880               60.0%          60.0%
  Burglary                                                          335               15.0%          15.0%
  Larceny - Theft                                                 3,821               30.0%          30.0%
  Motor Vehicle Theft                                               552               20.0%          25.0%




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Police

Division        Police Sworn                                                     Division No.             110000

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                     Pay      2008        2009           2010                      2010
Title                                    Range     Actual      Auth.      Recommended                Appropriated

Police Chief                                7MP          1          1        1        144,579        1         144,579
Deputy Police Chief                         1MP          4          4        4        487,786        4         487,786
Police Captain                             11UP          8          8        8        722,386        8         722,386
Police Lieutenant                           9UP         30        31       31       2,516,271       31       2,516,271
Police Sergeant                             7UP        101       103      105       7,553,533      105       7,553,533
Police Officer                              1UP        652     653 -    651 -      37,820,022     651 -     37,820,022
                                                                 693      691                      691
Provision for longevity                                                                753,471                 753,471
Provision for holiday pay                                                            1,388,484               1,388,484
Provision for overtime                                                               1,162,780               1,162,780
Provision for court-time pay                                                           631,576                 631,576
Provision for college credit                                                           533,285                 533,285
Provision for shift differential                                                       677,288                 677,288
Provision for call-in pay                                                              233,073                 233,073
Provision for special assignment pay                                                   381,279                 381,279
Provision for premium pay                                                            1,009,520               1,009,520
Provision for FLSA pay                                                                  59,625                  59,625
Provision for payoff of sick & annual leave balances                                   547,489                 547,489
Provision for compensatory time payoff                                                 647,670                 647,670
Provision for 2004/05 holiday bank payoff                                               53,359                  53,359
Reimbursement - Federal
 and Other Grants                                                                   (1,244,748)             (1,244,748)
Part-time and seasonal                                                                 857,193                 857,193
                                                               800-      800-                     800-
                                                       796      840       840      56,935,921      840      56,935,921

Explanatory Comments:

The Union Contract for Sworn Officers ended on December 31, 2007. After impasse was reached, wages and
benefits for 2008 were determined by the Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations (CIR). Negotiations are
underway for 2009 and 2010. Estimates have been included for potential contract changes.

The 2010 appropriated Sworn complement for the Police Department reflects a range for Police Officers. The range
takes into account the projected retirements during the 2010 fiscal year. The 2010 funded complement includes 671
Police Officers and 149 Officers of Command Rank, for a total sworn funded strength of 820. At some point in the
year, actual sworn strength is expected to reach 840.

Recruit classes are scheduled for January 18 and late May and are expected to include 50 and 35 officers
respectively. The exact class size will be determined by the number of retirements and separations. A provision has
been made for the pay-off of sick and annual leave balances based on expected retirements.




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                                  DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department       Police

Division         Police Sworn                                                    Division No.             110000

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                        Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                       Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

(cont'd)


Under the CIR ruling, college incentive pay has increased. Officers who have earned a Master's degree or higher
will receive $1,725 per year and officers who have earned a Bachelor's degree will receive $1,410 per year. Added
in 2010 will be payment to those officers who have earned an Associate's degree. They will receive $608 per year.

All personnel, except those assigned to the "B" shift, receive $1.00 per hour night shift differential.

As per the CIR ruling, bankable comp hours were reduced from 360 to 134 hours per officer. Existing amounts
above 134 hours will be moved to an Excess Time Bank and may be used as requested.

As per the CIR ruling, longevity compensation now becomes payable beginning with the fifth year of service. The
previous contract began longevity payment in the sixth year of service. However, the CIR ruling provided for a
significant reduction in bi-weekly payment rates.

The CIR ruling eliminated some categories of premium and specialty pay. The basis for such pay remains the
same. Specialty pay is based on 3% of the employee's base pay and premium pay is based on 3% of top officer
pay.

The CIR ruling provided that court pay for officers appearing outside their regularly scheduled shift must be paid a
minimum of three hours at regular pay or the overtime rate for actual hours worked, whichever is greater.

According to the CIR ruling, paid holidays have been reduced from thirteen to eleven - Arbor Day and Columbus Day
have been eliminated. Five holidays were banked in 2004 and six were banked in 2005. All such hours are now
eligible for payout. This budget includes a provision for 2010 estimated banked holiday payouts. Banked holiday
hours may be retained until retirement.

The allowance for reimbursement is comprised of federal, state and local funding. Local school districts contract
with the department to provide security officers at junior and senior high school locations. Additional assistance is
provided through the Metro Drug Task Force Grant, Transportation Security Administration and the Domestic
Violence Coordinating Council.




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                                 DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department     Police

Division       Police Civilian                                           Division No.          110000

                                                          Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay     2008     2009          2010                   2010
Title                                   Range    Actual   Auth.     Recommended             Appropriated

Admin. Information Manager              21.2MC      1        1       1          75,105     1         73,088
Grant Administrator                     18.4MC      -        1       -               -     -              -
Crime Laboratory Manager                18.4MC      -        1       1          64,370     1         62,642
Rsrch. & Planning Supervisor            18.4MC      1        1       1          62,097     1         60,429
Applications Analyst                    18.3MC      -        -       1          56,444     1         54,928
City Maintenance Supervisor             18.2MC      1        1       1          64,618     1         62,883
Impound Lot Manager                     18.2MC      1        1       1          68,985     1         67,132
Office Manager                          16.1MC      2        2       2         115,620     2        112,515
Crime Analysis Supervisor               16.1MC      1        1       1          62,097     1         60,429
Crime Prevention Coordinator            16.1MC      1        1       1          62,097     1         60,429
Criminalist                             15.2MC      2        3       3         170,798     3        166,210
Crime Analyst                           14.2MC      4        5       5         271,628     5        264,333
Accountant I                            14.2MC      1        1       1          56,966     1         55,436
Detention Center Supervisor             14.1MC      1        -       -               -     -              -
Training Spec. - Academy                12.2MC      1        1       1          46,728     1         45,473
Research & Planning Specialist          12.1MC      1        2       2          93,572     2         91,059
Executive Secretary                     11.1MC      1        1       1          51,214     1         49,838
Office Supervisor                       11.1MC      1        1       1          48,352     1         47,053
Fleet & Facilities Coordinator          10.1MC      1        1       1          49,309     1         47,985
Coordinator of Volunteers                9.1MC      -        1       1          43,584     1         42,414
Crime Prevention Specialist              7.1MC      4        4       4         174,841     4        170,145
Administrative Assistant III              14FC      4        4       4         176,279     4        171,545
Senior Administrative Clerk               11FC      1        2       2          73,014     2         71,053
Administrative Assistant I                10FC      1        1       1          39,728     1         38,661
Aviation Mechanic                        07135      2        2       2         104,858     2        102,041
Automotive Equipment Operator I          07105      5        5       5         179,945     5        175,112
Senior Crime Laboratory Tech.            03165      6        8       8         424,287     8        412,892
Crime Laboratory Technician              03155      8       10      10         481,085    10        468,164
Crime Laboratory Trainee                 03145      4        3       6         215,658     6        211,744
Storekeeper II                           02116      1        1       1          43,508     1         42,339
Storekeeper I                            02115      5        5       5         188,581     5        183,516
Police Information Operator II           00155      5        5       5         195,531     5        190,279
Police Information Operator I            00150     32       38      38       1,357,622    38      1,321,158
Information Services Tech.               00147     10       10      10         344,039    10        334,798
Secretary I                              00135     17       23      20         646,927    20        629,551
Clerk Typist II                          00130     17       26      28         804,274    28        782,673
Senior Clerk                             00120      1        1       1          36,416     1         35,438
Stablehand                               00115      1        1       1          31,742     1         30,889




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                                    DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department        Police

Division          Police Civilian                                           Division No.            110000

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                       Pay     2008     2009          2010                   2010
Title                                      Range    Actual   Auth.     Recommended             Appropriated

GRANT FUNDED POSITIONS
Crime Analyst                              14.2MC      1        -       -               -       -                 -
Clerk Typist II                             00130      1        3       1          26,722       1            26,005

Net Grant Reimbursements                                                          (27,457)               (27,457)
Provision for longevity                                                            60,957                 60,957
Provision for overtime                                                            190,000                190,000
Provision for holiday pay                                                         360,011                360,011
Provision for court-time pay                                                       80,975                 80,975
Part-time and seasonal                                                            719,217                699,899
Provision for shift differential                                                   94,252                 94,252
Provision for attrition                                                          (550,000)              (550,000)
                                                     147      178     178       7,936,596     178      7,730,916


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated civilian complement of 178 for the Police Department is unchanged from the 2009 staffing
level. The position changes consist of the elimination of one Grant Administrator, three Secretary I and two Clerk
Typist II (grant funded). Added were one Applications Analyst, three Crime Lab Trainees, and two Clerk Typist II.



Grant reimbursements include one Clerk Typist II position funded for the Metropolitan Drug Task Force through the
2008 Justice Assistance Grant.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES
Department         Police
Division           Police                                                   Division No.          110000
                                                            Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                2008             2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                     Expended        Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated
Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 51,050,297        51,881,181       56,350,888      56,164,526
 Part-Time and Seasonal                        1,296,742         1,560,135        1,576,410       1,557,092
 Overtime: Sworn (incl. Call-in)               2,050,408         1,346,271        1,395,853       1,395,853
             Civilian                            236,586           189,375          190,000         190,000
 Longevity                                       965,043           981,605          814,428         814,428
 Holiday Pay: Sworn                            1,397,903         1,560,000        1,388,484       1,388,484
               Civilian                          212,178           261,515          360,011         360,011
 Court Pay: Sworn                                533,590           609,600          631,576         631,576
             Civilian                             59,252            78,797           80,975          80,975
 Specialty Pay                                   355,619         1,006,357          381,279         381,279
 Premium Pay                                     995,491           375,037        1,009,520       1,009,520
 Shift Differential                              720,164           745,674          771,540         771,540
 College Incentive                               294,145           330,537          533,285         533,285
 FLSA Pay                                         58,444            45,074           59,625          59,625
 Payoff of Sick & Annual Leave Balances        2,521,667         1,111,500          547,489         547,489
 2004/05 Holiday Bank Payoff                      80,407            93,170           53,359          53,359
   Reimbursements                             (1,210,156)       (1,070,581)      (1,272,205)     (1,272,205)
     Total Employee Earnings                  61,617,780        61,105,247       64,872,517      64,666,837
Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                          1,326,611         1,353,699        1,432,720       1,416,986
 Pension                                      11,870,522        11,759,968       12,718,040      12,693,121
 Insurance                                     9,509,292         9,897,736       11,710,716      11,710,716
   Reimbursements                               (316,178)         (234,494)      (1,543,941)     (1,543,941)
     Total Employee Benefits                  22,390,247        22,776,909       24,317,535      24,276,882
 Total Employee Compensation                  84,008,027        83,882,156       89,190,052      88,943,719
Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                            6,859,758         6,976,018         6,322,383      6,322,383
 Supplies                                      1,673,279           878,870           939,000        939,000
 Equipment                                       921,220         1,662,189         1,700,000      1,700,000
 Other                                           711,578           629,700           859,950        859,950
     Total Non-Personal Services              10,165,835        10,146,777         9,821,333      9,821,333
Capital:
Police Various (city-wide)                       149,098                 -                -                -
Police Helicopters                                     -           350,000                -                -
Police Headquarters                               49,861           265,000                -                -
NW Precinct                                      174,645                 -                -                -
      Total Capital                              373,604           615,000                -             -
      Department Total                      $ 94,547,466        94,643,933       99,011,385      98,765,052

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.
Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $ 93,529,182       94,008,933        98,535,385      98,289,052
General - Capital (Ref. B-1)                       68,760                  -                -             -
2006 Public Safety Bond (Ref. B-28)              304,844          350,000                   -             -
Omaha Keno/Lottery (Ref. B-10)                   644,680           20,000            476,000        476,000
2006 Public Facility Bond (Ref. B-31)                   -         265,000                   -             -
                                            $ 94,547,466       94,643,933        99,011,385      98,765,052
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                                                  MAYOR

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CONSTRUCTION                 DESIGN                                 WASTEWATER              WASTEWATER
                                                                     TREATMENT               TREATMENT

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   STREET                    TRAFFIC                                   QUALITY                  SEWER
MAINTENANCE                ENGINEERING                                                       MAINTENANCE
                                                                      CONTROL
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                                        CITY OF OMAHA

                         PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


                                            MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of the Omaha Public Works Department to maintain and enhance the City's quality of life, and
through innovation, teamwork and vision, provide dependable transportation and environmental services,
consistent with community values at reasonable costs.




                                        GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Maintain the City roadway system in the best possible condition by using appropriate strategies of pavement,
repair, resurfacing and rehabilitation.

2. Prepare and react effectively for snow conditions or other emergencies that may confront Omaha.

3. Manage all City capital projects providing design and project management services that monitor quality, time
lines and costs appropriate to the task.

4. Provide timely and responsive waste collection and recycling services.

5. Maintain and operate the wastewater collection system and treatment plants at the highest level of
operational potential.

6. Provide fleet management services that allow City departments to complete their respective assignments.

7. Oversee the design, construction and maintenance of City-owned facilities that provide benefit to the citizens
of Omaha.

8. Manage our financial and physical resources in a responsible manner and develop fiscal strategies
appropriate for future City needs.




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                                              City of Omaha
                                  2010 Public Works Department Budget
                                         Appropriated Summary
                                        Positions                             Funding
                                                              2009              2010           2010
By Division                            2009   2010        Appropriated     Recommended      Appropriated
 General Services                        16     15       $    1,511,384         1,714,518       1,681,013
 Construction                            34     34            3,026,066         2,999,595       2,939,820
 Design                                  23     24            2,177,541         2,238,648       2,189,425
 Street Maintenance                     169    168          19,466,906         19,631,558     19,421,826
 Traffic Engineering                     63     62            6,564,797         6,266,571       6,178,744
 Street and Traffic
  Electrical Service                      -         -         11,711,496       12,163,446      12,163,446
 Major Street Resurfacing
 Residential Street Rehabilitation &      -         -          3,800,000        1,300,000       1,300,000
   Surface Restoration                    -         -          2,000,000        1,500,000       1,500,000
 Bridge Maintenance and
   Rehabilitation                         -      -             600,000           600,000          600,000
 Street Improvement                       -      -           1,450,000           699,205          699,205
 Special Assessments                      -      -             850,000           850,000          850,000
 Fleet Management                        48     48                   -               -                -
 Facilities Management                   15     15           2,547,991         2,467,664        2,444,212
 Flood Control & Water Quality            -      -           1,000,069           946,770          946,770
 Solid Waste                              -      -          15,229,108        16,225,677       16,225,677
 Compost Operations                       5      5             897,714           869,419          862,635
 Sewer Maintenance                       60     61           6,348,538         6,430,069        6,348,151
 Sewer Revenue General Expense            -      -           2,023,419         2,292,649        2,292,649
 Wastewater Treatment                    61     60          11,996,853        12,110,251       12,010,390
 Environmental Quality Control           39     40           3,246,252         3,113,615        3,064,154
 Air Quality Control                      6      6             636,549           616,342          605,049
 Household Hazardous Waste Facility       4      4             416,257           403,951          400,057
 Sewer Revenue Improvement                -      -          36,978,000        43,500,000       43,500,000
 Street and Highway Bonds                 -      -          11,914,000        12,347,000       12,347,000
 Sewer Bonds                              -      -           1,135,000           806,000          806,000
  Total                                 543    542       $ 147,527,940       152,092,948      151,376,223
By Expenditures Category
 Employee Compensation                                   $  32,351,952        33,232,149       32,515,424
 Non-Personal Services                                      61,514,016        59,354,543       59,354,543
 Capital                                                    53,661,972        59,506,256       59,506,256
   Total                                                 $ 147,527,940       152,092,948      151,376,223
By Source of Funds
 General                                                 $  15,359,629        16,372,498       16,272,610
 Street & Highway Allocation                                29,310,119        27,070,847       26,837,533
 Omaha Keno Lottery                                            120,000           120,000          120,000
 City Street Maintenance                                    20,244,036        19,020,570       18,860,249
 Sewer Revenue                                              27,364,128        27,886,909       27,690,247
 Sewer Revenue Improvement                                  36,978,000        43,500,000       43,500,000
 Special Assessment                                            970,000           970,000          970,000
 Storm Water Fee                                             1,100,069         1,046,770        1,046,301
 Air Quality Control                                           636,549           616,342          605,049
 Compost Operation                                             897,714           869,419          862,635
 SID Administrative Fee                                         82,439            87,642           83,542
 Household Hazardous Waste                                     416,257           403,951          400,057
 Sewer Bonds                                                 1,135,000           806,000          806,000
 Street and Highway Bonds                                   11,914,000        12,347,000       12,347,000
 Public Facility Bonds                                       1,000,000           975,000          975,000
   Total                                                 $ 147,527,940       152,092,948      151,376,223



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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Public Works

Division          General Services                                               Division No.          116100

                                                                Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major               2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                 Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Administration                    116111

The Administrative organization provides line and staff leadership through managerial supervision and coordination
of all activities and services performed within the Public Works Department. This includes provisions for liaison
services with citizens, City Clerk and City Council and other departments, divisions and agencies of City
government. The program also provides for department personnel administration, accounting and budgeting and
data processing support services.


The 2010 appropriated equipment purchases of $500 include replacement office furniture and fixtures.

Employee Compensation                      $    1,222,882            1,282,393        1,316,854         1,286,347
Non-Personal Services                             151,581              134,400          302,950           302,950
 Organization Total                             1,374,463            1,416,793        1,619,804         1,589,297

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

District Processing               116112


The appropriation for the District Processing organization provides for direct municipal services through technical
assistance to neighborhood groups, individuals and business entities concerning the preparation and processing of
street and sewer improvement districts, paving and sidewalk districts and business improvement districts. This
includes abstracting, district formation services, contract administration and provision for assessing services.

Employee Compensation                              84,168              94,591            94,714            91,716
Non-Personal Services                                 179                   -                 -                 -
 Organization Total                                84,347              94,591            94,714            91,716

 Division Total                            $    1,458,810            1,511,384        1,714,518         1,681,013

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.


                                                                    2008              2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                     Actual           Planned            Goal
Public Improvement projects bid,
  awarded and administered                                            67                45               45
Contract value of Public Improvement
 projects bid, awarded and administered                          $ 48,199,164     $ 45,000,000      $ 45,000,000
Neighborhood Improvement projects
  processed                                                            1                1                 1




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                                   DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Public Works

Division        General Services                                                Division No.            116100

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                                 2008       2009           2010                   2010
Title                                   Pay Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended             Appropriated

Public Works Director                         Appt.       1          1      1         153,335      1         149,217
City Engineer-Transportation                29AEC         1          1      1         104,659      1         101,848
Environmental Services Manager              29AEC         1          1      1         104,659      1         101,848
Civil Engineer IV                          26.2MC         1          1      1          94,139      1          91,610
Right of Way Manager                       20.1MC         1          1      1          73,421      1          71,449
Accountant II                              18.1MC         1          1      1          67,660      1          65,842
Right of Way Agent II                      15.2MC         2          2      2         118,453      2         115,271
Executive Secretary                        11.1MC         1          1      1          47,446      1          46,172
Office Supervisor                          11.1MC         1          1      1          50,717      1          49,354
Public Works Specialist                     9.2MC         1          1      1          48,302      1          47,005
Right of Way Agent I                         04135        1          1      1          48,023      1          46,733
Accountant I                               14.2MC         -          1      1          49,707      1          48,372
Driver/Messenger                             00115        1          -      -               -      -               -
Clerk Typist II                              00130        2          2      2          64,078      2          62,357
Clerk Typist I                               00125        -          1      -               -                      -
Provision for longevity                                                                10,211                 10,211
Provision for Overtime                                                                 10,000                 10,000
                                                         15         16     15       1,044,810      15      1,017,289


Explanatory Comments:

The appropriated personnel complement for 2010 is down one position from 2009 authorized. A Clerk Typist I position
has been eliminated.


Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                         DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department         Public Works

Division           General Services                                               Division No.         116100

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008                2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended           Appropriated   Recommended        Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $     975,425             1,019,167       1,024,599          997,078
 Part-Time and Seasonal                               117                     -               -                -
 Overtime                                           8,638                12,000          10,000           10,000
 Longevity                                         10,068                10,210          10,211           10,211
  Reimbursements                                        -                     -               -                -
   Total Employee Earnings                        994,248             1,041,377       1,044,810        1,017,289

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              71,582               76,739           76,689           73,807
 Pension                                           94,740               99,191          117,802          114,700
 Insurance                                        157,089              169,980          186,192          186,192
   Reimbursements                                 (10,609)             (10,303)         (13,925)         (13,925)
 Total Employee Benefits                          312,802              335,607          366,758          360,774

Total Employee Compensation                      1,307,050            1,376,984       1,411,568        1,378,063

Non-Personal Services:
Purchased Services                                139,739              126,300          296,750          296,750
 Supplies                                               -                    -                -                -
 Equipment                                          5,729                6,000            5,700            5,700
 Other                                              6,292                2,100              500              500
   Reimbursements                                       -                    -                -                -
   Total Non-Personal Services                    151,760              134,400          302,950          302,950

Capital:




Total Capital                                          -                      -                  -              -

Department Total                            $ 1,458,810               1,511,384       1,714,518        1,681,013


Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




Source of Funds:
General (Ref. B-1)                          $    40,000                  25,000          25,000           25,000
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)        834,179                 898,128       1,040,165        1,006,660
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                   20,000                  20,000          20,000           20,000
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                       564,631                 568,256         629,353          629,353
                                            $ 1,458,810               1,511,384       1,714,518        1,681,013


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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Public Works

Division          Construction                                                    Division No.         116121

                                                                 Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                2008               2009              2010             2010
Object Summary                                  Expended          Appropriated    Recommended        Appropriated

Construction Survey and
Inspection                         116121

The Construction organization provides construction management, inspection, survey and liaison services for
contracted projects within the public right-of-way. These projects include: street construction, reconstruction,
widening, rehabilitation, resurfacing, storm sewer construction and renovation, bridge construction and
rehabilitation, and sidewalk construction and repair.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $102,000 provides for three pickup trucks with snow plows and computer
equipment.

Employee Compensation                       $    2,559,501            2,761,141        2,680,595        2,620,820
Non-Personal Services                              350,246              264,925          319,000          319,000
 Organization Total                              2,909,747            3,026,066        2,999,595        2,939,820

 Division Total                             $    2,909,747            3,026,066        2,999,595        2,939,820

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

                                                                     2008              2009             2010
Performance Measures                                                 Actual           Planned           Goal
Average Construction Management Cost
 as a Percentage of Project Costs                                    8.80%              9%               9%

                                                                     2008              2009             2010
Program Outputs                                                      Actual           Planned           Goal
Dollar value of Construction Projects
  Managed                                                         $ 33,045,254     $ 25,000,000      $ 25,000,000




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Public Works

Division        Construction                                                Division No.           116121

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Civil Engineer IV                       26.2MC        1          1      1          94,139      1         91,610
Civil Engineer III                      23.2MC        1          1      1          83,606      1         81,361
City Maintenance Superintendent         21.3MC        2          3      3         220,153      3        214,240
Engineering Technician I                16.1MC        2          2      2         124,192      2        120,857
Engineering Aide III                    12.2MC       11         12     12         616,537     12        599,977
Construction Inspector                   04125       15         15     15         659,506     15        641,793
Part-time and seasonal                                                             33,021                32,134
Provision for overtime                                                            175,000               175,000
Provision for longevity                                                            12,100                12,100
Provision for attrition                                                           (75,000)              (75,000)
                                                     32         34     34       1,943,254     34      1,894,072


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement remains the same as 2009 authorized.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                             DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Public Works

Division              Construction                                              Division No.         116121

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                           $ 1,600,085           1,732,917        1,723,133       1,674,838
 Part-Time and Seasonal                            92,610             169,706           33,021          32,134
 Overtime                                         231,825             175,000          175,000         175,000
 Longevity                                         10,477              12,100           12,100          12,100
 Holiday                                            4,473                   -                -               -
   Reimbursements                                       -                   -                -               -
     Total Employee Earnings                    1,939,470           2,089,723        1,943,254       1,894,072

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              145,062           159,864          148,659          144,897
 Pension                                           173,237           182,882          215,379          208,548
 Insurance                                         328,411           356,599          411,110          411,110
   Reimbursements                                  (26,679)          (27,927)         (37,807)         (37,807)
     Total Employee Benefits                       620,031           671,418          737,341          726,748

  Total Employee Compensation                    2,559,501          2,761,141        2,680,595       2,620,820

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                                144,661           135,400          135,600          135,600
 Supplies                                           75,786            31,100           81,400           81,400
 Equipment                                         129,807            98,425          102,000          102,000
 Other                                                   -                 -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                       (8)                -                -                -
     Total Non-Personal Services                   350,246           264,925          319,000          319,000

Capital:




      Total Capital                                        -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                        $ 2,909,747           3,026,066        2,999,595       2,939,820


Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




Source of Funds:
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)      $ 2,159,747           2,226,066        2,199,595       2,139,820
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                     50,000              50,000           50,000          50,000
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                         700,000             750,000          750,000         750,000
                                              $ 2,909,747           3,026,066        2,999,595       2,939,820



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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Public Works

Division          Design                                                           Division No.          116130

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010              2010
Object Summary                                   Expended          Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Engineering                        116132

This organization consists of preparation of detailed construction drawings, specifications, cost estimates and
designs for street improvement districts, major thoroughfares, sanitary and storm sewers, bridges and special
improvement projects. This also involves review and analysis of similar work submitted by consulting engineers.
This program also provides for the updating of a mapping system of the City of Omaha detailing all public storm
and sanitary sewer improvements and all public right of ways.

Appropriated equipment of $15,541 for 2010 includes five computers, office furniture, and a color laser printer.


Employee Compensation                        $    1,376,792            1,842,405        1,980,457         1,931,234
Non-Personal Services                               326,654              335,136          258,191           258,191
 Organization Total                               1,703,446            2,177,541        2,238,648         2,189,425

 Division Total                             $     1,703,446            2,177,541        2,238,648         2,189,425

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

                                                                      2008              2009               2010
Performance Measures                                                  Actual           Planned             Goal
Percent of Projects Completed on
 Schedule                                                              95%               95%               95%
Percent of Projects Completed within
 Budgeted Hours                                                        95%               95%               95%
Percent of Cost of Errors and
 Omissions to Budgeted Costs                                            0%               0%                 0%


                                                                      2008              2009              2010
Program Outputs                                                       Actual           Planned            Goal
Record Keeping (Plan Preparation)                                      120                90               110
Project Design                                                          13                12                10
Cost of Projects Designed                                           $15 Million       $20 Million       $24 Million




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                                DIVISION SUMMARY OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Department      Public Works

Division        Design                                                      Division No.           116130

                                                             Comparative Budget Appropriations
Class                                    Pay      2008       2009           2010                  2010
Title                                   Range     Actual     Auth.      Recommended            Appropriated

Civil Engineer IV                       26.2MC         1         1      1         93,778       1         91,260
Civil Engineer III                      23.2MC         2         2      2        158,046       2        153,801
Civil Engineer II                       20.1MC         5         9     10        685,959      10        667,535
Engineering Technician II               18.2MC         -         1      2        127,907       2        124,472
Engineering Technician I                16.1MC         1         1      -              -       -              -
Civil Engineer I                        16.3MC         -         1      1         54,820       1         53,347
Engineering Aide III                    12.2MC         1         1      1         53,352       1         51,919
Drafting Technician III                 12.2MC         1         1      1         51,177       1         49,802
Drafting Technician II                   04120         1         4      4        154,452       4        150,304
Drafting Technician I                    04115         -         2      2         63,118       2         61,422
Part-time and seasonal                                                            30,000                 30,000
Provision for overtime                                                             3,500                  3,500
Provision for longevity                                                            6,500                  6,500
Provision for Attrition                                                          (50,000)               (50,000)
                                                     12         23     24      1,432,609      24      1,393,862


Explanatory Comments:

The 2010 appropriated personnel complement increases one position over the 2009 authorized. A Civil Engineering
II position has been added. The Engineering Technician I position has been upgraded to an Engineering Technician
II.

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




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                            DIVISION SUMMARY OF MAJOR OBJECT EXPENDITURES

Department            Public Works

Division              Design                                                    Division No.         116130

                                                               Comparative Budget Appropriations
                                                  2008              2009            2010              2010
Major Object Expenditures                       Expended         Appropriated  Recommended         Appropriated

Employee Earnings:
 Classified Regular                         $ 1,014,255             1,338,016       1,392,609        1,353,862
 Part-Time and Seasonal                          35,547                30,000          30,000           30,000
 Overtime                                         3,221                 3,500           3,500            3,500
 Longevity                                        6,811                 8,500           6,500            6,500
     Total Employee Earnings                  1,059,834             1,380,016       1,432,609        1,393,862

Employee Benefits:
 FICA                                              78,762            105,571          109,595          106,630
 Pension                                           91,668            128,589          158,144          150,633
 Insurance                                        158,330            244,169          293,274          293,274
   Reimbursements                                 (11,802)           (15,940)         (13,165)         (13,165)
     Total Employee Benefits                      316,958            462,389          547,848          537,372

  Total Employee Compensation                    1,376,792          1,842,405       1,980,457        1,931,234

Non-Personal Services:
 Purchased Services                               308,739            270,250          262,550          262,550
 Supplies                                          40,485             24,600           25,100           25,100
 Equipment                                         26,820             80,286           15,541           15,541
 Other                                                  -                  -                -                -
   Reimbursements                                 (49,390)           (40,000)         (45,000)         (45,000)
     Total Non-Personal Services                  326,654            335,136          258,191          258,191

Capital:




      Total Capital                                        -                -                  -              -

      Department Total                      $ 1,703,446             2,177,541       2,238,648        2,189,425

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.




Source of Funds:
Street and Highway Allocation (Ref. B-5)    $   463,795               957,393         787,817          770,998
SID Administrative Fee (Ref. B-12)                    -                     -          87,642           83,542
Special Assessment (Ref. B-38)                   50,000                50,000          50,000           50,000
Sewer Revenue (Ref. B-39)                     1,189,651             1,170,148       1,313,189        1,284,885
                                            $ 1,703,446             2,177,541       2,238,648        2,189,425


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                                 EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY ORGANIZATION

Department        Public Works

Division          Street Maintenance                                               Division No.           116140

                                                                  Comparative Budget Appropriations
Organization Description and Major                 2008               2009              2010              2010
Object Summary                                   Expended          Appropriated    Recommended         Appropriated

Pavement Maintenance               116158

This organization includes maintenance of all concrete and asphalt road surfaces. Additional functions include:
utility cut repair, concrete panel contracting, crack sealing, mud jacking, guardrail maintenance and unimproved
street maintenance.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $775,630 includes: office furniture, computer and radio equipment, a front end
loader, two 19,500 GVW utility trucks, two pickup trucks, a dump truck with plow, five replacement spreaders, and
various construction maintenance equipment.



Employee Compensation                        $    5,787,150           5,918,160         6,017,247          5,896,303
Non-Personal Services                             6,753,998           4,493,839         3,882,051          3,882,051
Capital                                             193,683                   -                 -                  -
 Organization Total                              12,734,831          10,411,999         9,899,298          9,778,354

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Channel and Culvert
Maintenance                        116148

This organization provides: cleaning of ditches, creeks, improved channels, digging ditches, removing beaver
dams, tree and brush removal, culvert installation, culvert cleaning, filling washouts, and drainage complaints.

The 2010 appropriated equipment of $50,100 includes: office furniture, radio and computer equipment, and a utility
truck.

Employee Compensation                               777,908              842,091          876,791            859,579
Non-Personal Services                                18,737              177,311          236,735            236,735
 Organization Total                                 796,645            1,019,402        1,113,526          1,096,314

Upon adoption of the 2010 Budget, the City Council removed the 2010 civilian wage increase.

Right of Way Cleaning              116152

This work includes picking up debris in the streets by hand or by wheel loader. This organization provides for the
collection of all materials generated by street litter, tree and brush debris from storms, illegally dumped debris on
the right-of-way and illegally placed political signs.


The 2010 appropriated equipment of $146,450 includes: office furniture and radio and computer equipment.

Employee Compensation