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Ordinance 15-2020ORDINANCE 15-2020 ADOPTING THE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2020 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021 BY ESTIMATING REVENUES AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE OPERATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY AS FOLLOWS: SECTION ONE The annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021 is adopted as follows: PROJECTED REVENUE FY 20-21 GENERAL FUND #10 Property Tax Revenue 4,875,000 Auto Property Tax 400,000 Property Tax Interest & Penalty 40,000 Property Tax Delinquent 40,000 Property Taxes (State) 50,000 Auto Property Tax (State) 40,000 Payment In Lieu of Taxes 120,000 PILOT (HES) 60,000 PILOT (PRECC) 40,000 Bank Deposits Tax 205,000 Payroll Taxes 15,912,576 Payroll Tax Interest & Penalty 25,000 Business Licenses 1,700,000 Business License Interest & Penalty 30,000 Insurance Premium Taxes 4,800,493 Liquor & Beer Licenses 30,000 Telecommunications Tax (State) 215,000 Gas Franchise (Atmos) 170,000 Police Department 32,000 Animal License Fee 750 Fire Department 600 Service Center 6,000 Court Revenue 32,000 Litter Abatement 19,000 Severance Tax 10,000 Probation & Parole Rental 127,400 Old First City Bank Rental 37,140 Warehouse Rental 3,600 Interest Income 155,250 Supplies 1,500 Sale of Used Equipment 25,000 Transient Room Tax 850,000 Bldg. Permit Fees 125,000 PILOT (H W EA) 235,000 PILOT (Solid Waste) 420,000 Storm Water Utility Reimbursement 10,200 Miscellaneous Income 20,000 School Resource Officer Reimbursement 282,640 Housing Authority Reimbursement 46,534 Police Prisoner Pickup 15,000 Circuit Court Clerk Fees 20,000 ECC Board Labor Reimbursement 1,327,397 Ambulance Board Labor Reimbursement 2,374,213 ECC Utility Reimbursement 16,500 County Reimbursement - Weather Spotters 4,000 HCC Conference Center TIF-Bond Repayment 35,191 CVB Reimbursement -Bond Repayment 40,613 County Reimbursement - Thompson Thrift Bond 45,815 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 1 of 8 HCC Conference Center WINS -Bond Repayment 103,417 ECC Management Reimbursement 50,747 County Reimbursement - Parks & Rec 100,387 County Reimbursement - Marketing Coordinator 30,000 Parks & Rec. Facility Rentals, Gym, Thomas St. 3,200 Facility Rentals, Herb Hays Pavilion, Ruff Park 1,700 Facility Rentals, Gates Pavilion, Tie Breaker Park 400 Facility Rentals, Ballfields, Tie Breaker Park 1,200 Facility Rentals, Troy Sowell Pavilion, DeBow RC 2,200 Facility Rental, 2nd Street Center Bldg. 4,200 Leagues Income, Softball 2,500 Leagues Income, Volleyball 2,500 Leagues Income, Other 500 Tournaments Income 42,000 Vending Income 200 Concession Income - Tie Breaker Park 2,500 Pennyrile Senior Games Income 6,500 Summer Adventure Day Camp Income 38,000 International Festival Income 13,000 Christmas Holiday Parade & Events Income 23,000 Miscellaneous Program Income 3,000 Turf -Soccer 70,000 Turf- Football 2,000 Turf- Lacrosse 1,000 Turf- Baseball 1,000 Turf- Softball 1,000 Court - Basketball 30,000 Court - Volleyball 15,000 Court - Other 2,500 Court - Futsal 3,000 Open Play/Annual Memberships 20,000 Summer Camps 10,000 Concession Commissions 12,000 Vending Income 7,500 Facility Rentals 30,000 Sponsorships 60,000 Tournament Income 40,000 Cages -Batting 1,500 Cages -Golf 1,000 Merchandise Sales 2,000 Miscellaneous Programs 1,000 Riverside Receipts 85,000 Cave Springs Receipts 80,000 Fort Campbell - Salt Contract 114,468 Fort Campbell - Pavement Markings 448,803 Transfers from Capital Fund 550,000 Subtotal -General Fund $ 37,091,334 Prior Year Revenue $ 251,217 Total -General Fund $ 37,342,551 MUNICIPAL ROAD AID # 22 Municipal Road Aid Grant 574,000 Mineral Severance Tax 8,500 Interest Income 500 Subtotal-M.R.A. $ 583,000 Prior Year Revenue 0 Total-MRA $ 583,000 CURRENT REVENUES: ALL FUNDS $ 37,674,334 PRIOR YEAR REVENUES $ 251,217 TOTAL REVENUES: ALL FUNDS $ 37,925,551 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 2 of 8 PROJECTED EXPENSES Activity Municipal General Road Aid Fund Fund TOTALS GENERAL Administration Department 1,773,274 1,773,274 Tax Department 410,891 410,891 Information Technology Department 1,106,467 1,106,467 Legislative Department 366,910 366,910 PUBLIC SAFETY Police Department 8,436,998 8,436,998 Emergency Communication Center 1,327,397 1,327,397 Fire Department 7,858,213 7,858,213 EMS Department 1,152,464 1,152,464 PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Admin 265,171 265,171 City Maintenance 2,086,330 2,086,330 Fort Campbell Contracts 563,271 563,271 Service Center 510,317 510,317 Parks & Recreation 1,024,123 1,024,123 Sportsplex 425,081 425,081 Street Municipal Road Aid Fund 633,000 633,000 MANDATED AGENCIES Community and Development Services 698,985 698,985 Boys & Girls Club 86,421 86,421 Airport Board 34,656 34,656 Emergency Management (DES) 48,073 48,073 Emergency Communication Center 764,246 764,246 Human Rights Commission 79,846 79,846 Library 307,982 307,982 Imagination Library 28,181 28,181 Pennyroyal Area Museum 36,636 36,636 War Memorial Commission 10,944 10,944 OPTIONAL AGENCIES Pennyroyal Arts Council 28,181 28,181 Economic Development Council 166,896 166,896 Local Development Corporation 13,824 13,824 Military Affairs -Chamber of Commerce 27,360 27,360 Minority Economic Development 23,484 23,484 Crisis Relief - Aaron McNeil House 17,422 17,422 Retired Seniors Volunteer Program 8,455 8,455 PACS-Public Transportation 91,301 91,301 PACS-Senior Center & Adult Day Care 21,888 21,888 PACS-Public Transportation Advertising 4,560 4,560 Conference & Convention Center (James 45,089 45,089 E. Bruce) Jeffers Bend 9,120 9,120 Dyslexia 2,819 2,819 PASS THROUGH Planning Commission - Permits 125,000 125,000 Tourism Room Expense 850,000 850,000 CITY CONTRACTS CDS - 1 & 2 Family Building Code CDS - Renaissance (Grant Mgmt) CDS - Grant Writer/Housing CDS - CDBG Reduction 41,222 64,699 52,502 34,068 41,222 64,699 52,502 34,068 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 3 of 8 CDS - GIS (Contract) 64,699 64,699 CDS - Code Enforcement (Trash & Weed) 95,323 95,323 LDC - Downtown Renaissance 57,600 57,600 MISCELLANEOUS Inner -City REZ 400,000 400,000 Litter Abatement 19,000 19,000 Street Lighting 660,000 660,000 Storm Water 10,000 10,000 Project Graduation 1,000 1,000 Housing Authority 1,500 1,500 PADD Dues 16,640 16,640 Housing Incentive 25,000 25,000 Juvenile Drug Court 10,000 10,000 Health Trust Funding 150,000 150,000 Payroll Accrual-27th Pay Period 138,109 138,109 Campbell Strong 10,000 10,000 Code Enforcement From Admin-The Lot 20,000 20,000 Next Door INSURANCE 410,000 410,000 BUILDING & PROPERTIES 171,200 171,200 DEBT SERVICE 1,958,785 1,958,785 REBATES & INCENTIVES 181,000 181,000 OTHER Police & Fire Pension Fund 235,000 235,000 Interfund Transfer 100,000 100,000 City Grant Matching 50,000 50,000 TRANSFERS Transfers to Capital Fund 1,436,910 1,436,910 Additional Transfer to Capital Fund (WINS) 40,018 40,018 PROJECTED EXPENSES $ $37,292,551 $ $633,000 $ $37,925,551 PROJECTED REVENUE $37,342,551 $583,000 $37,925,551 SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) $ 50,000 $ (50,000) $ 0 GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS $ (50,000) $ 50,000 $ 0 Difference $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 4 of 8 SECTION TWO Pursuant to Chapter 30 of the Hopkinsville Code of Ordinances, the Classification and Compensation Plan is adopted as follows: * (E) Signifies Exempt Employee POSITION GRADE STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP A B C D E F G Facilities Maintenance Specialist Recreation Staff Assistant I 1 $21,012 $22,100 $23,472 $24,691 $26,216 $27,575 $28,932 Receptionist Recreation Staff Assistant II 2 $22,471 $23,639 $25,106 $26,406 $28,041 $29,494 $30,945 Clerk 3 $23,932 $25,175 $26,739 $28,123 $29,862 $31,409 $32,955 Secretary I 4 $25,488 $26,811 $28,477 $29,951 $31,807 $33,452 $35,098 Animal Control Officer Groundskeeper Trainee Law Enforcement Facilities Officer Records Clerk I Secretary II Street Maintenance Worker 5 $27,136 $28,556 $30,328 $31,902 $33,872 $35,624 $37,376 Equipment Operator I Groundskeeper I Secretary III Deputy City Clerk Trainee Welder Street Maintenance Worker II Communication Technician Trainee Records Clerk II 6 $28,909 $30,407 $32,300 $33,970 $36,075 $37,939 $39,806 Equipment Operator II Groundskeeper II Street Maintenance Worker III Public Safety Officer Recreation Event Specialist Communication Technician I Records Clerk III 7 $30,786 $32,385 $34,398 $36,180 $38,419 $40,408 $42,396 Deputy City Clerk I Equipment Operator III Street Maintenance Worker IV Groundskeeper III Executive Secretary Records Technician 8 $32,793 $34,490 $36,635 $38,529 $40,917 $43,033 $45,150 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 5 of 8 POSITION GRADE STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP A B C D E F G Administrative Assistant Accounting Clerk Beautification Coordinator Revenue and License Specialist Firefighter Trainee Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Automotive/Truck Technician I Payroll Specialist Communication Technician II Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) Recreational Programs Coordinator Assistant g $34,921 $36,643 $39,015 $41,038 $43,576 $45,831 $48,087 Deputy City Clerk II Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) Patrol Officer Trainee Automotive/Truck Technician II Labor Crew Leader 10 $37,188 $39,120 $41,551 $43,702 $46,409 $48,809 $51,211 Firefighter Manager of Accounting Manager of Revenue and Licenses Finance Coordinator Master Automotive/Truck Technician Recreation Programs Coordinator Police Procurement & Facilities Officer Crime Scene Technician Communication Shift Supervisor 11 $39,606 $41,664 $44,252 $46,546 $49,426 $51,983 $54,540 Assistant City Clerk Assistant Street Department Superintendent Cemetery Manager Firefighter/EMT Marketing/Events Coordinator Paramedic Firefighter/Paramedic Canine (K-9) Patrol Officer Patrol Officer Special Investigative Unit (S.I.U.) Officer Lead Maintenance Technician Detective Recreation Facility Coordinator Assistant Communication Section Supervisor Master Auto/Truck EVT Technician I 12 $42,171 $44,362 $47,116 $49,557 $52,625 $55,360 $58,083 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 6 of 8 POSITION GRADE STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP A B C D E F G Procurement Specialist Revenue Enhancement Officer Detective Corporal Patrol Corporal Evidence Corporal Administrative Coordinator Critical Care Paramedic Master Auto/Truck EVT Technician II Lead Auto/Emergency Vehicle Technician 13 $43,246 $45,489 $48,315 $50,819 $53,963 $56,755 $59,547 Fire Prevention and Public Education Officer Fire Lieutenant Communication Section Supervisor 14 $46,057 $48,445 $51,456 $54,121 $57,473 $60,445 $63,419 Safety & Training Coordinator Patrol Lieutenant Detective Sergeant Patrol Sergeant Special Investigative Unit (S.I.U) Sergeant 15 $49,050 $51,595 $54,800 $57,639 $61,211 $64,373 $67,541 Fire Captain IT Systems Specialist (E) 16 $52,234 $55,634 $54,949 $58,360 861,384 $65,183 $68,557 871,930 City Clerk, CMC (E) Human Resources Officer (E) Fire Battalion Chief Police Captain 17 $58,522 $62,157 $65,379 $69,424 $73,014 $76,607 Patrol Major (E) Operations Major (E) Uniformed Services Major (E) Support Services Major (E) Deputy Police Chief (E) Deputy Fire Chief/Operations (E) Deputy Fire Chief/Training (E) City Grounds Maintenance Superintendent (E) Street Department Superintendent (E) Parks and Recreation Superintendent (E) Service Center Superintendent (E) IT Systems Controller (E) Safety & Training Manager (E) Budget Officer (E) 18 $59,249 $62,326 $66,197 $69,625 $73,939 $77,761 $81,587 City Clerk, MMC (E) Comptroller (E) 19 $63,099 $66,375 $70,497 $74,148 $78,739 $82,811 $86,886 Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 7 of 8 POSITION GRADE STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP A B C D E F G Public Works Director (E) Police Chief (E) Fire Chief (E) Information Technology Director (E) 20 $67,201 $70,689 $75,081 $78,970 $83,859 $88,199 $92,539 None(E) 21 $71,570 $75,287 $79,964 $84,105 $89,308 $93,928 $98,549 Chief Financial Officer (E) Public Works Director/Engineer (E) 22 $76,223 $80,177 $85,159 $89,570 $95,117 $100,036 $104,958 None(E) 23 $81,180 $85,390 $90,695 $95,389 $101,296 $106,539 $111,781 City Administrative Officer (E) 24 $86,452 $90,940 $96,591 $101,592 $107,885 $113,462 $119,045 SECTION THREE Hopkinsville City Council hereby waives the provisions of Hopkinsville Code of Ordinances Chapter 30.02(A)(2), Compensation, for Mayor and City Council salary increases for FY 2020-2021. SECTION FOUR The Mayor and/or City Administrative Officer are hereby authorized to enter into any contracts or agreements necessary to fulfill the operation of City government within the allocations listed in this ordinance. SECTION FIVE If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is for any reason held unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such infirmities shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. SECTION SIX Any and all existing ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION SEVEN This ordinance shall take effect July 1, 2020 after its passage and publication according to law. ORDINANCE 15-2020 ADOPT FY 20-21 OPERATIONAL BUDGET /� PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED FIRST TIME: June I / ago PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED SECOND TIME: 'Tune_ I (.0,caDOO Christine M. Fletcher, MMC City Clerk Ordinance 15-,2000 was published in the Kentucky New Era on: cxo•at-i•acao As Certified By Kari Fretrwin Ordinance 15-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 8 of 8