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File #: 18-1321    Version: 1
Type: Consent Agenda Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/18/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/2/2018 Final action:
Title: Ratification of Final Expenditures for 2017-2018.
Attachments: 1. Memorandum
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...Title

Ratification of Final Expenditures for 2017-2018.

...Recommendations

(a)                     Adopt an ordinance ratifying final 2017-2018 expenditures in various appropriations as detailed in this report.

(b)       Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance and Funding Sources Resolution amendments in the Construction Tax and Property Conveyance Tax Fund: Parks Purposes Central Fund:

(1)     Increase the Construction and Conveyance Tax estimate by $3,897,021;

(2)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 1 by $295,409;

(3)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 2 by $192,246;

(4)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 3 by $147,111;

(5)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 4 by $143,395;

(6)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 5 by $276,778;

(7)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 6 by $264,374;

(8)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 7 by $309,509;

(9)     Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 8 by $212,945;

(10)   Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 9 by $231,575;

(11)   Increase the Needs-Based Allocation Transfer to District 10 by $132,570;

(12)   Increase the Transfer to the Parks City-Wide Construction and Conveyance Tax Fund appropriation by $1,102,956; and

(13)   Increase the Transfer to the General Fund - Parks Eligible Maintenance Costs appropriation by $588,153.

(c)                     Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance amendments in the General Fund:

(1)     Increase the Workers’ Compensation Claims - Other Departments appropriation by $501,309;

(2)     Increase the Workers’ Compensation Claims - Police appropriation by $199,265;

(3)     Increase the Energy Services Company (ESCO) Debt Service appropriation by $28,855;

(4)     Decrease the Workers’ Compensation Claims - Fire appropriation by $206,000;

(5)     Decrease the Workers’ Compensation Claims - PRNS appropriation by $50,000; and

(6)     Decrease the Sick Leave Payment Upon Retirement appropriation by $473,429.

(d)       Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance amendments in the Water Utility Fund:

(1)     Increase the Workers’ Compensation Claims appropriation by $84,424; and

(2)     Decrease the Unrestricted Ending Fund Balance by $84,424.

(e)                     Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance amendments in the Convention Center Facility District Revenue Fund:

(1)     Increase the Debt Service:  Exhibit Hall Commercial Paper appropriation by $53,248;

(2)     Increase the Debt Service:  Commercial Paper appropriation by $17,239; and

(3)     Decrease the Unrestricted Ending Fund Balance by $70,487.

(f)       Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance amendments in the Construction Tax and Property Conveyance Tax Fund: Service Yards Purpose:

(1)    Increase the Phase II Commercial Paper appropriation by $21,842; and

(2)    Decrease the Unrestricted Ending Fund Balance by $21,842.

(g)       Adopt the following 2017-2018 Appropriation Ordinance and Funding Sources    Resolution amendments in the Construction Tax and Property Conveyance Tax Fund: Parks Maintenance Yards Purposes:

(1)                     Increase the Construction and Conveyance Tax estimate by $10,628; and

(2)                     Increase the Transfer to the General Fund - Park Yards Operating and Maintenance Expenses appropriation by $10,628.

CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17 004, Government Funding Mechanism or Fiscal Activity with no commitment to a specific project with may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment. (City Manager)