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The City of Bartlett ORDINANCE 13-07

The City of Bartlett
ORDINANCE 13-07

AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE 2013-2014 GENERAL FUND, STREET AID FUND, SOLID WASTE FUND, GENERAL IMPROVEMENT FUND, DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND, DEA ENFORCEMENT FUND, DRAINAGE FUND, PARKS IMPROVEMENT FUND, UTILITY FUND, DEBT SERVICE FUND AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND BUDGETS.

SECTION 1:  BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bartlett that the following appropriations for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year for the City of Bartlett are as follows:

GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES:             Fiscal Year 13/14
ADMINISTRATIVE:
Legislative Board              $1,700,788
Mayorís Office            $717,214
Community Affairs            $247,198
Building and Grounds        $293,644
Bartlett Station Municipal Center    $420,912
Library                $1,166,103
Finance and Administration        $1,324,929
City Court                $797,564
Personnel                $423,488
Planning and Economic Development    $340,979
Total Administrative        $7,432,819

PUBLIC SAFETY:
Police Department            $12,992,698
Fire Department            $6,649,929
Ambulance Department        $2,329,946
Code Enforcement            $789,287
Total Public Safety        $22,761,860

PUBLIC WORKS:
Administration            $553,335
City Shop                $834,899
General Maintenance        $1,319,799
General Services            $289,362
Grounds Maintenance        $1,287,618
Animal Control            $698,317
Engineering Administration        $361,164
Engineering & Inspection        $458,963
Total Public Works        $5,803,457

PARKS AND RECREATION:
Administration            $279,357
Community Center            $896,604
Athletics                $685,836
Maintenance            $1,223,077
Senior Citizen Center            $352,929
Recreation Center             $1,538,434
Total Parks and Recreation    $4,976,237

PERFORMING ARTS:
Performing Arts Center        $649,221
Total Performing Arts    $649,221

OTHER GENERAL FUND ITEMS /TRANSFERS OUT
Transfer Out to Debt Service        $500,000
Total Transfers Out        $500,000

TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES        $42,123,594

GENERAL FUND REVENUES/TRANSFERS:
Property Taxes                $18,931,000
Local Taxes                $9,495,860
Licenses & Privileges            $1,563,450
Intergovernmental                $4,960,500
General Charges for Services            $3,765,384
Department Revenues            $604,325
Court Charges                $1,945,000
Other Revenue                $163,531
Transfer In from General Improvement Fund    $250,000
Use of Fund Balance                $444,544
TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES/TRANSFERS        $42,123,594

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS EXPENDITURES
Street Aid Fund                $1,490,000
Solid Waste Fund                $5,262,309
General Improvement Fund            $630,000
Drug Enforcement Fund            $382,800
DEA Enforcement Fund            $140,900
Drainage Control Fund            $119,408
Park Improvement Fund            $0
Contribution to Fund Balance            $146,214
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS EXPENDITURES    $8,171,631

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS REVENUES/SOURCES
Special Revenue Funds Revenue        $8,171,631
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS REV./SOURCES    $8,171,631

UTILITY FUND EXPENDITURES
Administration                 $1,914,383
Water & Wastewater Services            $1,734,155
Plant Operations                $1,651,771
Sewer Treatment                $676,389
Total Utility Operation Expenditures    $5,976,698

Utility Debt — Principal            $1,203,000
Utility Debt — Interest & Charges        $425,832
Total Utility Debt Expenditures        $1,628,832

Contribution to Fund Balance            $1,243,570

TOTAL UTILITY FUND EXPENDITURES            $8,849,100

UTILITY FUND REVENUES/SOURCES
Utility Fund Revenues            $8,849,100
TOTAL UTILITY FUND REVENUES/SOURCES        $8,849,100

GENERAL DEBT SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES
Principal                    $3,339,000
Interest and Other Charges            $943,095
TOTAL GENERAL DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES    $4,282,095

GENERAL DEBT SERVICE REVENUES/SOURCES
Debt Service Revenues            $3,974,000
Debt Service Use of Fund Balance        $308,095
TOTAL GENERAL DEBT SERVICE REV./SOURCES        $4,282,095

SECTION 2:  SOLID WASTE FEE — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the monthly Solid Waste Fee for residential and commercial pickup is increased by $2 per month.

SECTION 3:  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that “Exhibit A” represents the capital improvements plan for the City of Bartlett, Tennessee.  The items listed as 2013-2014 are to be included in the budget,  while new projects in future years represent “Planned” expenditures, and will require formal appropriation in future years.

SECTION 4:  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN BORROWING — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the borrowing required as scheduled with the Capital Improvements Plan will take additional, specific authorization from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in accordance with Tennessee Law.

SECTION 5:  The CITY WATER RATE — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED the City Water Rates be assessed according to the following schedule:
Rates
Residential — City Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $5.80
Residential — City Customers ñ Over 2,000 gallons, per 1,000 gallons    $1.80
Residential — Rural Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $8.70
Residential — Rural Customers — Over 2,000 gallons, per 1,000 gallons    $2.70
Commercial — City Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $10.88
Commercial — City Customers — Next 8,000 gallons, per 1,000 gallons    $2.10
Commercial — Rural Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $15.59
Commercial — Rural Customers — Over 2,000 gallons, per 1,000 gallons    $3.15

SECTION 6:  The CITY SEWER RATE — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED the City Sewer Rates be assessed according to the following schedule:
Rates
Residential — City Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $6.19
Residential — City Customers — each additional. 1,000 gallons        $1.64
Residential — Rural Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $9.09
Residential — Rural Customers —  each additional 1,000 gallons        $1.79
Commercial — City Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $14.89
Commercial — City Customers — each additional 1,000 gallons        $1.79
Commercial — Rural Customers — The first 2,000 gallons        $22.14
Commercial — Rural Customers — each additional. 1,000 gallons        $1.93

SECTION 7:  WATER/SEWER IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAX PAYMENTS — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the Treasurer is directed to transfer and deliver to the general fund from the Water/Sewer Department, revenues equivalent to the property tax rate per each $100 of Net Book Value of assets of the Bartlett Water/Sewer Department in lieu of property taxes on the day and date regularly that property taxes are collected.

SECTION 8:  CITY FEES SCHEDULE — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that “Exhibit B” represents the fiscal year 2013-2014 comprehensive fees schedule for the City of Bartlett, Tennessee and establishes the rates for fiscal year 2013-2014. Any rate or fee not included in the attached 2013-2014 schedule established by previous resolution, ordinance or administrative action will remain in effect.

SECTION 9:  INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the Internal Service Funds for Health and Welfare and Workerís Compensation be continued, with the Cityís portion of the funding to be included in each fundís budget.

SECTION 10:  OPERATING BUDGETS EXPIRE AT JUNE 30 — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that Operating budgets not spent or formally encumbered expire at June 30, 2013. Capital Projects are authorized on a “project” basis — and the appropriation expires on completion of the project.

SECTION 11:  NO APPROPRIATION EXCEEDED — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that no appropriation listed above may be exceeded without appropriate ordinance action to amend the budget.

SECTION 12:  AFTER THE FISCAL YEAR-END — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the Mayor is authorized to transfer appropriations within funds as needed to balance the budget after all year-end entries have been recorded in the fiscal year 2014 budget. All transfers will be reported to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen at the time of the reporting of the year-end financial results in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended June 30, 2014.

SECTION 13:  DETAILED LINE-ITEM — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that a detailed line-item financial plan shall be prepared in support of the budget.

SECTION 14:  GENERAL FUND OPERATING RESERVES AT JUNE 30 — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that the policy of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen establishes at 20%, the General Fund Balance as a percent of the next yearís operations, and $1,000,000 established as an emergency fund.  Below this level, unspent budgets will accrue toward this.  Amounts above this level may be used as directed by the Board.

SECTION 15:  SEVERABILITY — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that all Ordinances heretofore passed in conflict herewith are hereby repealed insofar as they are in conflict with this Ordinance.

SECTION 16:  EFFECTIVE DATE — BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that this Ordinance becomes effective July 1, 2013.

FIRST READING:         May 14, 2013
SECOND READING:         May 28, 2013
THIRD READING:         June 11, 2013

W.C. Pleasant, Register to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen

A. Keith McDonald, Mayor

Attest:  Stefanie McGee, City Clerk

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