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Recreation and Parks Commission

Item 5a Recreation and Parks Commission

Youth and Adult Athletics
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, youth, athletics, parks, and recreation

Jr. NBA at SGRC

Summer Adult League at Eppes Youth Tournament Winners Boyd Lee Park Adult Athletics Softball at Boyd Lee Park and Evans parks Flag Football Boyd Lee Park

Tagged Passions:youth, athletics, and parks

Youth athletics and skills

Flag football at Jaycee Park

Tagged Passions:youth, athletics, and parks

Baseball skills clinic at the Sports Connection

Fencing at Elm Street Center Recreation in Parks Stallings Field at Elm Street Park Sarah Vaughn Field of Dreams Year-round Aquatics programs. GAFC, Community Pool, Splashpoint. Recreation Center Special Programing South Greenville Recreation Center Holiday pajama party. Summer Camp Adventures Jaycee Park Dance and art camp Carter Williams Art Show and Fundraiser Jaycee Park Holiday Art Show GAFC Yoga Fitness Aquatics Pickleball Splash and Dash Triathlon Bradford Creek Golf Course Special Events

Tagged Passions:streets, arts, golf, holiday, sports, program, parks, recreation, and events

Community Youth Arts Festival

PirateFest Pitt County Special Olympics

Tagged Passions:arts, youth, and festival

Relay For Life at Boyd Lee Park

Tagged Passions:parks

Sunday in the Park

Greenville Gives Meeting Priorities at Town Common Sycamore Hill Gateway Plaza Picnic Pavilion Bathroom Building Meeting demands for new recreation space and parks. Westpointe Park Phase 1 opening in spring 2018
Tagged Passions:gateway, parks, and recreation

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program for every age, ability and interest.

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Tagged Passions:program

New opportunities through partnerships

STEAM Lab opens at River Park North A regional learning center Think BIG Item 5b Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, Bicycles, Pedestrian, STEM, watershed, bicycles, and parks

Greenville Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission

Annual Report 2017 We ve welcomed three new members in 2018: Roy Ennis Bryson White Connor Tanferno 2017 Bike/Ped Counts: For the sixth year running, BAPC members carried out manual bike and pedestrian counts as part of the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Process. 5th and Evans: 26 cyclists and 576 pedestrians Greenway: 85 cyclists and 284 pedestrians

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, Bicycles, Pedestrian, bicycles, and parks

National Bike Month Events (May 2018):

Tagged Passions:Bicycles, bicycles, and events

1.
Smart Cycling Course: 10am-5pm on 5/12 2. Proclamation of Bike Month by City Council 3. Promote National Bike Month via social media 4. Bike Fiesta (5/20) and a Ride of Silence (5/16)

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Tagged Passions:recognition, social media law, council, Bicycles, and bicycles

BAPC Members will advocate for bicyclists and pedestrians on several City of Greenville planning processes in 2018:

Prioritization 5.0 Projects Town Creek Culvert Project Fire Tower and Portertown Road Projects Allen Road and 14th Street Widening Projects Plans for 2018 Bike / Ped Counts Update the City Bike Map Host a Walktober event in the fall Assist in implementing and promoting Active Transportation Master Plan
Tagged Passions:streets, Cell tower, Bicycles, Pedestrian, cell tower, planning, bicycles, events, transportation, and stormwater

2018 Plans Continued: Promote new Greenway extensions as well as bicycle and

pedestrian safety in general Continue partnership with City, NCDOT, MPO, City Council and the County on road projects in and around Greenville. For example, Allen Road, Portertown Road, Fire Tower Road, 14th Street, etc.
Tagged Passions:streets, council, Cell tower, Bicycles, Pedestrian, cell tower, bicycles, and parks

Item 7 Contract Award for Town Common Restroom Construction

Tagged Passions:contract and construction

Construction Costs Cost of Building: 302,400 Cost of Site Work: 120,000

Projected Schedule If contract is awarded, construction will take approximately 90 days with an estimated completion at the end of July 2018.

Tagged Passions:contract and construction

Other Pending Projects

Floating kayak launch 60 days for construction Estimated completion in late June 2018
Tagged Passions:boating and construction

Leaf-shaped pavilion and plaza 60 days for construction Estimated completion in late May 2018

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction

Item 8 Ordinance Approving 2017-2018 Capital Reserve Fund Designations

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Tagged Passions:ordinance

CITY OF GREENVIILLE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND DESIGNATIONS

CITY OF GREENVIILLE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND DESIGNATIONS

Transfer 800,000 From Capital Reserve to Public Works Capital Project Fund for Dickinson Avenue Parking Including: Sidewalk Development Parking Lot City of Greenville Employee Parking Lot As of As of Purpose Dec 14, 2017 Change April 9, 2018 Dickinson Avenue Parking 2,100,751 (800,000) 1,300,751 Dickinson Avenue Streetscape 1,600,000 - 1,600,000 NCDOT Transportation Projects 1,395,928 - 1,395,928 Parking Station Reserves 38,079 - 38,079 Town Common Gateway 2,000,000 - 2,000,000 Convention Center Projects 390,487 - 390,487 Total 7,525,245 (800,000) 6,725,245
Tagged Passions:streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, Public Works, development, Pedestrian, gateway, conventions, parking, transportation, Development, public works, and streetscape

Item 9 Budget Ordinance Amendment 8 to the 2017-2018 City of Greenville Budget (Ordinance 17-040) and Capital Projects Fund (Ordinance 17-024)

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Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, ordinance, and Capital Spending

CITY OF GREENVIILLE BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 8

Tagged Passions:budget and ordinance

CITY OF GREENVILLE BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 8

Tagged Passions:budget and ordinance

Budget Ordinance Amendment 8 Includes Adjustment to the Following Funds:

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Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, and funding

General Fund Capital Reserve Fund Public Works Capital Project Fund Vehicle Replacement Fund

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Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, Public Works, and public works

CITY OF GREENVILLE BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 8

Funds Impacted Amount - Move Contingency funds to Economic Development General Fund 10,000 for the City's Share in Cost of Feasibility Study and Strategic Plan.
Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, development, strategic, funding, Development, and economic development

- Recognize Additional Inspection Fees used to Cover General Fund 43,200 Cost of Additional Vehicle for Position Added at VRF Beginning of FY2017- 18.

Tagged Passions:recognition

- Transfer Funding From Capital Reserve to Public Capital Reserve 800,000 Works Capital Project Fund for PW Cap Proj Fund

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, and funding

- Construction of Sidewalk Dev Parking Lot (Council Approved March 2018) - New Employee Parking Lot

Description

Tagged Passions:streets, council, Pedestrian, parking, and construction

CITY OF GREENVILLE BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 8

SUMMARY City of Greenville Operating Fund Budget per Amendment 8: Fund Budget General 92,268,994 59.5 Debt Service 5,448,934 3.5 Public Transportation 4,746,577 3.1 Fleet Maintenance 4,337,071 2.8 Sanitation 7,619,286 4.9 Stormwater Utility 8,185,766 5.3 Housing 5,864,566 3.8 Health Insurance 13,135,690 8.5 Vehicle Replacement 5,311,895 3.4 Facilities Improvement 3,042,730 2.0 Capital Reserve 5,093,803 3.3 Total 155,055,312 100.0
Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, health insurance, Utility, health, insurance, utility, housing, transportation, stormwater, and solid waste

CITY OF GREENVILLE BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 8

SUMMARY RECOMMENDATION
Tagged Passions:budget and ordinance

Approve Budget Ordinance Amendment 8 to the 2017-18 City of Greenville budget

(Ordinance 17-040) and the Capital Project Fund (Ordinance 17-024). Item 10 Preview of the City s proposed operating budget for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and financial plan for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 GENERAL FUND BUDGET PREVIEW PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN

Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, and finance

CITY OF GREENVILLE 2018-20 CITY COUNCIL GOALS PRIORITIES

The 2018-20 City Council Goals and Priorities Stand as the Foundation for the Budget Objectives:
Tagged Passions:budget and council

CITY OF GREENVILLE 2018-20 BUDGET OBJECTIVES

Greenville Means a High Performing City Greenville Means a Great Workforce Greenville Means a Strong Economy Greenville Means a Safe Community Greenville Means a Sound Infrastructure Greenville Means a Vibrant Place to Live Greenville Means Business
Tagged Passions:budget, workforce, economy, and business

City Council Goals 1. Be a safe Community 2. Build great places that thrive by creating and sustaining

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Tagged Passions:council

complete neighborhoods, growing a green, resilient, healthy, and vibrant city on both sides of the river

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Tagged Passions:watershed and neighborhood

3.
Grow the economic hub of Eastern North Carolina through the proactive recruitment of businesses

Tagged Passions:business

4.
Enhance accessible transportation networks, public building and public infrastructure development

5. Build a high performing organization and govern with transparency and fiscal responsibility The Budget Objectives Center Around Sending a Message to Our Community and all of Eastern North Carolina That:

Tagged Passions:budget, development, transportation, and Development

GREENVILLE MEANS A HIGH PERFORMING CITY

Maintains current property tax rate at 52 . Invests 85 ( 85 out of every 100) of all General Fund revenues into the following core public services areas: - Public Safety (Police Fire/Rescue) - Public Works - Recreation and Parks - Planning Development - Economic Development - Capital Related Debt Service - Facilities Improvements Program - Capital Improvements Program - Street Improvements Program

Tagged Passions:property, streets, taxes, public safety, capital spending, Taxes, services, Capital Spending, Public Works, development, program, planning, parks, recreation, Development, property tax, public works, economic development, and streetscape

GREENVILLE MEANS A HIGH PERFORMING CITY

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Provides for the following average employee wage increases:

o 2.9 increase for FY2018-19 o 2.5 increase for FY2019-20 Increases City's 401K contribution from 30 per pay period to 40 per pay period for general employees (recurring). This will put the City's contributions in line with that of Greenville Utilities Commission. Increases funding for City employee training and workforce development by 20,000 (recurring).
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, Utility, development, workforce development, training, funding, utility, workforce, and Development

Increases Other Post-Employment Benefits contribution by 100,000 each year (recurring).

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Tagged Passions:employment

GREENVILLE MEANS A GREAT WORKFORCE

Invests 1 million over two years into commercial / industrial site development funded as follows. Utilizes 400,000 in Capital Reserve funding to address retail commercial parking needs in the Dickinson Avenue corridor. Appropriates 100,000 each year to fund Jobs Creation Grants (recurring).

Tagged Passions:commercial, development, corridor, parking, jobs, industrial, funding, grant, workforce, and Development

FY2018-19 FY2019-20 Total General Fund 300,000 300,000 600,000 Capital Reserve Fund 400,000 - 400,000 Total 700,000 300,000 1,000,000

GREENVILLE MEANS A STRONG ECONOMY

Increases funding for Small Business Competition Grants by 20,000 from 40,000 to 60,000 (recurring). Includes 10,000 in funding for skills training through the Pitt Community College jobs initiative program (recurring). Adds a 1.0 concierge position to implement a one-stop program to assist developers and the business community in addressing City ordinances, procedures, permitting requirements, as well as any related State County regulations (recurring).

Tagged Passions:university, ordinance, small business, training, program, jobs, funding, grant, regulation, procedure, economy, and business

GREENVILLE MEANS A STRONG ECONOMY

Adds approximately 4.0 positions to Fire / Rescue allocated as follows:

Tagged Passions:economy

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3.0 Fire / Rescue positions in FY2018-19 and an additional 3.0 Fire / Rescue positions in FY2019-20 (both recurring) in preparation of the Southside Fire Station in FY2020-21. Overall 12.0 positions to be added in Fire / Rescue over a four year period in preparation of the new station.

o 1.0 EMS Billing Technician in order to optimize the City's EMS reimbursement potential.

Tagged Passions:EMS and fire departments and districts

GREENVILLE MEANS A SAFE COMMUNITY

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Includes 250,000 to fund street lights and cameras (recurring).

Increases street improvements funding from 2.2 million to 2.5 million (recurring). Protects the future solvency of the Vehicle Replacement Fund by increasing funding levels by the following: o From 30 to 40 for FY2018-19 o From 40 to 50 for FY2019-20 Provides 1.4 million each year (recurring) to support the City's deferred maintenance and infrastructure needs (i.e. Facilities Improvements Program).

Tagged Passions:streets, program, funding, traffic, and streetscape

GREENVILLE MEANS A SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE

Includes 503,000 in funding for sidewalks through the Safe Routes to Schools program that will benefit the following streets: o Memorial Drive from Millbrook Street to Arlington Boulevard o East side of Skinner Street o North side of Norris Street o 5th Street from Green Mill Run to Beech Street

Tagged Passions:streets, education, Pedestrian, program, and funding

Invests 33 million into the Town Creek Culvert stormwater project. This project will be financed through the State of North Carolina's revolving loan program and funded by revenues of the City's Stormwater Fund.

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Tagged Passions:program, finance, and stormwater

GREENVILLE MEANS A SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE

Includes the financing of approximately 7.8 million in FY2018-19 as Phase Two of the 2015 G.O. Bond referendum for the following projects:

Tagged Passions:referendum and bond

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Street Improvements o West 5th Street Streetscape o Sidewalks o Greenway Project

Uses 350,000 in projected excess fund balance to be put in capital reserve in order to fund the City's portion of the costs associated with various future NCDOT projects o Over 400 million in NCDOT projects o Required matching City funds of approximately 3.5 million

Tagged Passions:streets, Pedestrian, parks, funding, and streetscape

GREENVILLE MEANS A SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE

Includes an additional 100,000 to maintain the primary entrances into the City and to fund the adopt-a-street program. Includes an additional 50,000 in funding to maintain the City's parks greenways. Adds 2.0 Transit Supervisor positions to support the operations of the new G.K. Butterfield Transportation Center. Reclassifies a Transportation Planner position to a Lead Code Enforcement Officer position that will be responsible for moving forward with the administrative procedures necessary to enforce demolitions of dilapidated and unsafe structures.

Tagged Passions:demolition, streets, codes enforcement, program, parks, funding, transportation, and procedure

GREENVILLE MEANS A VIBRANT PLACE TO LIVE

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Includes 150,000 to partner with area groups to enhance the City's entertainment scene and support the arts community (recurring):

o 35,000 partnership with Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge o 100,000 partnership with Uptown Greenville o 5,000 partnership with the Pitt/Greenville Chamber of Commerce o 10,000 for miscellaneous sponsorships, advertising, marketing Utilizes 2 million in capital reserve funding to construct the Sycamore Hill Gateway at Town Common Includes 100,000 that will be used to match 400,000 in grant funding in order to complete the South Tar River Greenway Phase 3 connecting the existing South Tar River Greenway at the Town Common to East of Memorial Drive.

Tagged Passions:arts, council, advertising, gateway, watershed, market, parks, funding, and grant

GREENVILLE MEANS A VIBRANT PLACE TO LIVE

The 2018-19 Proposed Budget and 2019-20 Financial Plan are a Strong Reflection of the City s Mission Statement: To Provide All Citizens With High-Quality Services in an Open, Inclusive, Professional Manner, Ensuring a Community of Excellence Now and in the Future. GREENVILLE MEANS BUSINESS PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan Budget Revenues 84,746,522 85,641,000 Budget Expenses 84,746,522 85,641,000 Balance 0 (0) BALANCED PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN GENERAL FUND REVENUES Tax Revenues Make Up 71 of Total Revenues GENERAL FUND BUDGET REVENUES GENERAL FUND BUDGET REVENUES

Tagged Passions:taxes, budget, Taxes, services, finance, and business

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of Revenue

FY2017- 18 FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Budget Plan Tax Revenue Property Taxes 32,750,000 33,722,500 34,786,629 Sales Taxes 18,823,000 19,338,690 19,925,411 Utilities Franchise Tax 7,102,077 7,000,000 7,100,000 GUC Transfers In 6,651,919 6,731,296 6,770,725 Rescue Transport 3,127,484 3,643,346 3,758,054 Powell Bill 2,220,065 2,220,065 2,220,065 Motor Vehicle Fee 1,503,457 1,508,522 1,538,693 Inspections 950,000 1,400,000 1,400,000 Recreation 1,999,487 1,200,260 1,212,310 Investment Earnings 500,000 500,000 500,000 Other Revenues 5,207,966 6,101,908 5,399,178 Fund Balances Appropriated General 465,766 1,000,000 650,000 Powell Bill 712,578 379,935 379,935 Total Revenues 82,013,799 84,746,522 85,641,000 PEER CITY COMPARISION BUDGET REVENUES PER CAPITA Source: FY2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GENERAL FUND BUDGET REVENUES RECONCILE 2018- 19 REVENUE BUDGET 2017- 18 General Fund Revenue Budget 82,013,799 2018- 19 Revenue Adjustments Increase in Property Tax Revenue 972,500 Increase in Sales Tax Revenue 515,690 Increase in GUC Transfer Revenue 79,377 Reduction in Utility Franchise Tax (102,077) Safe Routes to Schools Grant (NCDOT) 503,000 Increase in EMS Billing Revenue 515,862 Increase in Inspections Revenue 450,000 Sidewalk Development Parking Lease 115,300 Impact of Bradford Creek Contract (799,227) Change in Fund Balance Appropriations 201,591 Other Net Changes in Revenue 280,707 2,732,723 2018- 19 General Fund Revenue Budget 84,746,522 GENERAL FUND BUDGET REVENUES RECONCILE 2019- 20 REVENUE BUDGET 2018- 19 General Fund Revenue Budget 84,746,522 2019- 20 Revenue Adjustments Increase in Property Tax Revenue 1,064,129 Increase in Sales Tax Revenue 586,721 Increase in Utility Franchise Tax 100,000 Safe Routes to Schools Grant (NCDOT) (503,000) Change in Fund Balance Appropriations (350,000) Other Net Changes in Revenue (3,372) 894,478 2019- 20 General Fund Revenue Budget 85,641,000 PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN PROPERTY TAX REVENUES
Tagged Passions:contract, leasing, property, streets, taxes, budget, EMS, education, Taxes, Utility, development, Tony Taylor Custom, financial report, Pedestrian, investment, parking, funding, sale, grant, utility, recreation, finance, Development, and property tax

CITY OF GREENVILLE HISTORICAL PROPERTY TAX REVENUE

Tagged Passions:property, taxes, Taxes, historical, and property tax

10
Year Growth Rate = 2.5 5 Year Growth Rate = 2.3

Reduction in Property Values per Re-evaluation GENERAL FUND PROPERTY TAX REVENUES FY2018- 19 Budget Property Tax Revenue FY2017- 18 Property Tax Revenue Budget 32,750,000 Normal Growth Percentage 2.15 Normal Growth in Tax Revenue Budget 704,125
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, budget, Taxes, growth, and property tax

New Developments On- Line August 2017 87,000,000

Property Tax Base Percentage 75.00 Projected Increase in Property Tax Based 65,250,000 Property Tax Rate 0.0052 Increase in Property Tax Revenue 339,300
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, and property tax

Other Reconciling Adjustment (70,925)

Projected Increase in Property Tax Revenue 972,500 FY2017- 18 Property Tax Revenue Budget 32,750,000 FY2018- 19 Property Tax Revenue Budget 33,722,500 GENERAL FUND PROPERTY TAX REVENUES FY2019- 20 Budget Property Tax Revenue FY2018- 19 Property Tax Revenue Budget 33,722,500 Normal Growth Percentage 2.15 Normal Growth in Tax Revenue Budget 725,034
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, budget, Taxes, growth, and property tax

New Developments On- Line August 2018 54,000,000

Property Tax Base Percentage 75.00 Projected Increase in Property Tax Based 40,500,000 Property Tax Rate 0.0052 Increase in Property Tax Revenue 210,600
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, and property tax

Other Reconciling Adjustment 128,495

Projected Increase in Property Tax Revenue 1,064,129 FY2018- 19 Property Tax Revenue Budget 33,722,500 FY2019- 20 Property Tax Revenue Budget 34,786,629 PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN SALES TAX REVENUES
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, budget, Taxes, sale, finance, and property tax

CITY OF GREENVILLE HISTORICAL SALES TAX REVENUE

Sales Tax Has Been a Major Factor in the Growth of the City 5 Year Average Annual Growth Rate: 5.22 3 Year Average Annual Growth Rate: 4.44 FY2017-18 Budgeted Growth Rate: 2.70 GENERAL FUND SALES TAX REVENUES FY2018- 19 Budget Sales Tax Revenue FY2017- 18 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 18,823,000 Projected Growth Percentage 2.7 Projected Increase in Sales Tax Revenue 515,690 FY2017- 18 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 18,823,000 FY2018- 19 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 19,338,690 FY2019- 20 Budget Sales Tax Revenue FY2018- 19 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 19,338,690 Projected Growth Percentage 3.0 Projected Increase in Sales Tax Revenue 586,721 FY2018- 19 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 19,338,690 FY2019- 20 Sales Tax Revenue Budget 19,925,411 PROPOSED 2018-19 BUDGET 2019-20 FINANCIAL PLAN GENERAL FUND EXPENSE GENERAL FUND BUDGET EXPENSE FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan
Tagged Passions:taxes, budget, Taxes, historical, sale, finance, and growth

Personnel Expense 54,344,451 55,404,614 64.1 Operating Expense 18,277,953 18,784,636 21.6 Transfers 9,138,684 8,854,735 10.8 Capital Improvements 4,936,321 4,547,902 5.8 Indirect Cost (1,950,887) (1,950,887) - 2.3

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Tagged Passions:personnel, capital spending, and Capital Spending

Total Expense 84,746,522 85,641,000 100.0

PROPOSED PERSONNEL EXPENSE

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Budget FY2017- 18 53,265,688 Proposed Budget FY2018- 19 54,344,451 Financial Plan FY2019- 20 55,404,614

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CITY POSITIONS PER 1,000 POPULATION

EMPLOYEE WAGE RATE INCREASE HISTORY

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2.4 Average Annual Increase Last 3 Years

EMPLOYEE WAGE RATE INCREASE COMPARISON PROPOSED PERSONNEL EXPENSE PROPOSED PERSONNEL EXPENSE SALARY EXPENSE FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan Regular Salaries 36,069,432 36,848,613 Overtime Salaries 1,540,270 1,540,270 Off- Duty 295,000 295,000 Allowances 472,740 472,740 Other Personnel Expenses 653,015 653,015 Total Salary Expense 39,030,457 39,809,638 PROPOSED PERSONNEL EXPENSE BENEFIT EXPENSE FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan FICA 2,566,717 2,644,301 Retirement 2,521,584 2,610,776 Health Insurance 8,445,610 8,538,589 Group Life Insurance 110,698 112,301 Workers Compensation 610,000 610,000 Education/Training Assistance 33,026 33,026 401K Retirement 1,026,359 1,045,983 Total Benefits Expense 15,313,994 15,594,976 PROPOSED OPERATING EXPENSE
Tagged Passions:personnel, budget, education, health insurance, compensation, retirement, training, health, insurance, and seniors

Budget FY2017- 18 17,490,441 Proposed Budget FY2018- 19 18,277,953 Financial Plan FY2019- 20 18,784,636

PROPOSED OPERATING EXPENSE Discretionary Expense Fixed Cost Expense
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- Repairs Maintenance - Supplies Materials - Advertising - Dues Subscriptions - Printing

More Discretion / Influence Over Use

Tagged Passions:advertising and materials

Fixed Cost Expense - Utilities Fuel - Computer Hardware / Software - Telephone - Liability Insurance - Fleet Vehicle Replacement

Minimal Discretion / Influence Over Use FY2018- 19 PROPOSED OPERATING EXPENSE Discretionary Expense Fixed Cost Expense - Repairs Maintenance - Supplies Materials - Advertising - Dues Subscriptions - Printing More Discretion / Influence Over Use

Tagged Passions:Utility, information technology, advertising, insurance, Information Technology, utility, and materials

Fixed Cost Expense - Utilities Fuel - Computer Hardware / Software - Telephone - Liability Insurance - Fleet Vehicle Replacement

Minimal Discretion / Influence Over Use Fixed Cost Budget 9,791,698 53.6 Discretionary Budget 8,486,256 46.4 Total Expense Budget 18,277,954 100.0 FY2018- 19 FIXED COST OPERATING EXPENSE Information Technology 1,581,325 Fleet Expense 2,451,888 Pitt County Tax Collections Contract 610,000 Vehicle Replacement < 35k 1,059,817 Utilities / Street Lighting 2,587,014 OPEB 600,000 General Liability Insurance 550,000 Property Casulty Insurance 350,000 Other Expenses 1,654 Total 9,791,698 FY2018- 19 DISCRETIONARY EXPENSE Contracted Services 3,212,591 Supplies Equipment 2,340,802 Maintenance Expense 490,300 Contingency 100,000 Travel Training 400,547 Advertising 115,253 Dues Subscriptions 209,152 Fire / Rescue General Expense 163,905 Grants/Donations 205,100 Other Expense 1,198,606 Property Casualty 50,000 Total 8,486,256 FY2018- 19 DISCRETIONARY EXPENSE PROPOSED CAPITAL EXPENSE

Tagged Passions:contract, property, streets, taxes, budget, Taxes, services, Utility, Technology, information technology, Donation, advertising, training, equipment, travel, technology, donation, grant, insurance, Information Technology, utility, traffic, and streetscape

Budget FY2017- 18 4,300,631 Proposed Budget FY2018- 19 4,936,321 Financial Plan FY2019- 20 4,547,902

PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECTS FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan Street Improvements 2,500,000 2,500,000 Street Lighting / Cameras 250,000 250,000 10th Street Connector 150,000 - South Tar Greenway Phase 3A 100,000 - Sidewalk Construction 503,000 - Vehicle Replac. Fund: > 35k 1,433,321 1,797,902 Total Capital Improvements 4,936,321 4,547,902 PROPOSED STREET IMPROVEMENTS Budget FY2017- 18 2,200,000 Budget Increase 300,000 Proposed Budget FY2018- 19 2,500,000
Tagged Passions:streets, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, Pedestrian, construction, parks, traffic, finance, and streetscape

STREET IMPROVEMENTS FUNDING BY YEAR

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Tagged Passions:streets, funding, and streetscape

FY2014- 15 2,650,000 FY2015- 16 1,000,000 FY2016- 17 1,700,000 FY2017- 18 2,200,000 FY2018- 19 2,500,000 FY2019- 20 2,500,000 2015 G.O. Bond 10,000,000 Total 22,550,000

STREET LIGHTING / CAMERAS FUNDING BY YEAR
Tagged Passions:streets, funding, traffic, bond, and streetscape

FY2016- 17 250,000 FY2017- 18 200,000 FY2018- 19 250,000 FY2019- 20 250,000 Excess Fund Balance 750,000 Total 1,700,000

Awesom e PROPOSED TRANSFER EXPENSE Transfer From Transfer To General Fund

Facility Improvement Fund

Tagged Passions:facility

Debt Service Fund

Capital Reserve Fund

Sheppard Memorial Library Transit Fund Street Improvement Fund Capital Project Funds GENERAL FUND PROPOSED TRANSFERS
Tagged Passions:streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, funding, and library

Budget FY2017- 18 8,416,558 Proposed Budget FY2018- 19 9,138,684 Financial Plan FY2019- 20 8,854,735

GENERAL FUND PROPOSED TRANSFERS FY2017- 18 FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Budget Plan To Facilities Improvements 1,542,000 1,400,000 1,400,000 To Debt Service Fund 4,737,002 4,737,002 4,737,002 To Sheppard Library Fund 1,232,969 1,269,958 1,308,057 To Housing Fund 300,806 309,830 319,125 To Transit Fund 603,781 771,894 790,551 To Capital Reserve Fund - 650,000 300,000 Total Transfers 8,416,558 9,138,684 8,854,735
Tagged Passions:budget, library, housing, and finance

TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE

FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan
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Industrial / Commercial Site Development 300,000 300,000 Future NCDOT Project Match 350,000 - Total 650,000 300,000

Tagged Passions:commercial, development, industrial, and Development

* With This Transfer the City Will Have in Reserve Approximately 1.7 Million of the Projected 3.5 Million in Matching Funds for Future NCDOT Projects

* GENERAL FUND BUDGET PREVIEW FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED FY2018- 19 FY2019- 20 Budget Plan General Fund 1,000,000 650,000 Powell Bill Fund 379,935 379,935 Total Fund Balance Appropriated 1,379,935 1,029,935 General Fund Balance Appropriated is Reflective of PROJECTED Excess Fund Balance

Tagged Passions:budget and funding

FY2018-19 GENERAL FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED

General Fund Balance Appropriated is Reflective of PROJECTED Excess Fund Balance Industrial / Commercial Site Dev 300,000 Contingency 100,000 10th Street Connector Betterments 150,000 South Tar Greenway Phase 3A 100,000 Future NCDOT Projects 350,000 Total 1,000,000 GENERAL FUND BUDGET PREVIEW SUMMARY Maintains current property tax rate at 52 . Invests 85 ( 85 out of every 100) of all General Fund revenues into core public
Tagged Passions:property, streets, taxes, budget, commercial, Taxes, industrial, parks, and property tax

service areas. Provides for the following average employee wage increases:

o 2.9 increase for FY2018-19 o 2.5 increase for FY2019-20 Increases City's 401K contribution from 30 per pay period to 40 per pay period Increases funding for City employee training and workforce development by 20,000. Increases OPEB contribution by 100,000 each year. Invests 1 million over two years into commercial / industrial site development. Utilizes 400,000 in Capital Reserve funding to address retail commercial parking

Tagged Passions:commercial, development, workforce development, training, parking, industrial, funding, workforce, and Development

needs in the Dickinson Avenue corridor. Appropriates 100,000 each year to fund Jobs Creation Grants. Increases funding for Small Business Competition Grants to 60,000. Includes 10,000 for PCC jobs initiative program. Adds a 1.0 concierge position to assist developers and the business community

Direct Reflection of City s Mission GREENVILLE MEANS BUSINESS Adds approximately 4.0 positions to Fire / Rescue allocated as follows: o 3.0 Fire / Rescue positions in FY2018-19 and an additional 3.0 Fire / Rescue positions in FY2019-20 in preparation of the Southside Fire Station in FY2020-21. o 1.0 EMS Billing Technician to optimize the City's EMS reimbursement potential.
Tagged Passions:EMS, corridor, small business, program, jobs, funding, grant, fire departments and districts, and business

Includes 250,000 to fund street lights and cameras. Increases street improvements funding from 2.2 million to 2.5 million. Increases funding for the Vehicle Replacement Fund by the following:

o From 30 to 40 for FY2018-19 o From 40 to 50 for FY2019-20 Provides 1.4 million each year for the Facilities Improvements Program. Includes 503,000 in funding for sidewalks through the Safe Routes to Schools program. Invests 33 million into the Town Creek Culvert stormwater project. Includes an additional 100,000 to maintain the primary entrances into the City and to fund the adopt-a-street program. Direct Reflection of City s Mission GREENVILLE MEANS BUSINESS Includes the financing of approximately 7.8 million in FY2018-19 as Phase Two of the 2015 G.O. Bond referendum for the following projects:

Tagged Passions:streets, education, Pedestrian, program, funding, referendum, traffic, stormwater, bond, business, and streetscape

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Street Improvements o West 5th Street Streetscape o Sidewalks o Greenway Project

Uses 350,000 in projected excess fund balance to fund the City's portion of the costs associated with various future NCDOT projects Includes an additional 50,000 in funding to maintain the City's parks greenways. Adds 2.0 Transit Supervisor positions to support the operations of the new G.K.

Tagged Passions:streets, Pedestrian, parks, funding, and streetscape

Butterfield Transportation Center. Reclassifies a Transportation Planner position to a Lead Code Enforcement Officer

position. Utilizes 2 million in capital reserve funding to construct the Sycamore Hill
Tagged Passions:codes enforcement, funding, and transportation

Gateway at the Town Common.

Direct Reflection of City s Mission GREENVILLE MEANS BUSINESS
Tagged Passions:gateway and business

Includes 150,000 to partner with area groups to enhance the City's entertainment scene and support the arts community.

Includes 100,000 that will be used to match 400,000 in grant funding in order to complete the South Tar River Greenway Phase 3. Direct Reflection of City s Mission GREENVILLE MEANS BUSINESS

Tagged Passions:arts, watershed, parks, funding, grant, and business

PROPOSED GENERAL FUND BUDGET 2018-19 BUDGET CALENDAR

Tagged Passions:budget

Commission Meeting May 2, 2018 Proposed City, GUC, SML, and CVA

Budgets Distributed to City Council May 7, 2018 Balanced City Budget Presented to Council May 10, 2018 Proposed GUC,SML, CVA Presented to Council May 24, 2018 Public Display of Balanced Budgets June 11, 2018 Public Hearing- Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget June 14, 2018 Proposed Adoption of Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget
Tagged Passions:hearing, budget, boards and commissions, and council

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