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Ordinance 13-2020ORDINANCE 13-2020 AMENDING THE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2019 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020 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 That Section One of Ordinance 08-2020 adopting the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020 is amended as follows: GENERAL FUND #10 Property Tax Revenue Auto Property Tax Property Tax Interest Property Tax Delinquent Property Taxes (State) Auto Property Tax (State) Payment In Lieu of Taxes Bank Deposits Tax Payroll Taxes Payroll Tax Penalty Business Licenses Business License Pen & Int Insurance Premium Taxes Liquor & Beer Licenses Telecommunications Franchise Gas Franchise Tax Police Department Animal License Fee Fire Department Service Center Court Revenue Litter Abatement Severance Tax Old First City Bank Rental Warehouse Rental Interest Income Credit Card Processing Fees Sale of Used Equipment Code Enforcement Citation Fees Transient Room Tax Bldg Permit Fees PILOT (Solid Waste) Storm Water Utility Reimbursement Miscellaneous Income School Resource Officer Reimbursement Housing Authority Reimbursement Police Prisoner Pickup Circuit Court Clerk Fees ECC Board Labor Reimbursement Ambulance Board Labor Reimbursement ECC Utility Reimbursement County Reimbursement - Weather Spotters HCC Conference Center TIF-Bond Repayment PROJECTED PROJECTED REVENUE REVENUE FY 19-20 FY 19-20 AMENDED 4,710,000 360,000 40,000 25,000 65,000 30,000 250,000 205,000 [17,118,714] 16,225,000 25,000 [1700-000] 1,070,000 30,000 [4,750,000] 4 972 000 30,000 209,000 170,000 25,000 750 500 5,500 36,000 19,000 12,120 62,000 68,600 [260000] 165,000 2,500 25,000 60,000 850,000 125,000 400,000 10,200 20,000 205,030 46,514 15,000 23,000 1,328,250 [1,625, 773] 2,100, 773 16,500 4,000 35,181 Ordinance 13-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 1 of 5 CVB Reimbursement -Bond Repayment 38,461 County Reimb-US Smokeless Tobacco Bond 77,443 County Reimbursement - Thompson Thrift Bond 45,815 HCC Conference Center WINS -Bond Repayment 103,416 ECC Management Reimbursement 50,154 Fort Campbell - Salt Contract Revenue 109,020 Fort Campbell - Pavement Marking Revenue 215,000 County Reimbursement - Parks & Recreation 100,787 County Reimbursement - Marketing Coordinator 30,000 Parks & Rec. Facility Rentals, Gym, Thomas St. 4,000 Facility Rentals, Herb Hays Pavilion, Ruff Park 1,800 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. 4,000 Leagues Income, Softball 4,000 Leagues Income, Volleyball 2,000 Leagues Income, Other 500 Tournaments Income 29,000 Vending Income 200 Concession Income - Tie Breaker Park 2,500 Pennyrile Senior Games Income 7,000 Summer Salute Income 90,000 Summer Adventure Day Camp Income 35,000 International Festival Income 14,000 Christmas Holiday Parade & Events Income 26,000 Miscellaneous Program Income 3,000 Sportsplex Turf -Soccer 60,000 Sportsplex Turf -Football 3,000 Sportsplex Turf -Lacrosse 1,000 Sportsplex Turf -Baseball 5,000 Sportsplex Turf -Softball 4,000 .Sportsplex Court -Basketball 45,000 Sportsplex Court -Volleyball 60,000 Sportsplex Court -Other 2,500 Sportsplex Court-Futsal, Dodgeball, Tennis, etc. 3,000 Sportsplex-Open Play 8,000 Sportsplex-Summer Camps 10,000 Sportsplex-Concession Commissions 4,000 Sportsplex-Vending Income 12,000 Sportsplex-Facility Rentals 20,000 Sportsplex-Sponsorships 60,000 Sportsplex-Tournaments 100,000 Sportsplex Cages -Batting 10,000 Sportsplex Cages -Golf 1,000 Sportsplex-Merchandise Sold 5,000 Sportsplex-Miscellaneous Programs 1,500 Riverside Receipts 75,000 Cave Springs Receipts 90,000 Transfers from Capital Fund 550,000 Subtotal -General Fund $ (37 "o.r -1 81 $ 36.204,314 Prior Year Revenue [0] 1,434,442 Total -General Fund $ (37.-146.058i $ 37,638,756 MUNICIPAL ROAD AID # 22 Municipal Road Aid Grant $ 640,000 Mineral Severance Tax 4,000 Interest Income 5,000 Subtotal-M.R.A. $ 649,000 Prior Year Revenue 0 Total-MRA $ 649,000 CURRENT REVENUES: ALL FUNDS $ [37,765,068] $ 36,853,314 PRIOR YEAR REVENUES $ [0] 1.434,442 TOTAL REVENUES: ALL FUNDS $ R7-77-66-0581 $ 38,287,756 Ordinance 13-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 2 of 5 Projected Expenses Activity General Fund General Fund Amended Municipal Road Aid TOTALS Fund TOTALS Amended GENERAL Administration Department [4778a428] 1,855,528 [17789;428] 1,855 528 Tax Department 735,814 735,814 Information Technology Department [1,058,522] 1,131,522 [1,058,522] 1,131.522 Legislative Department [3553] 365.913 [355,913] 365.913 PUBLIC SAFETY Police Department 8,230,657 8,230,657 Emergency Communication Center 1,328,249 1,328,249 Fire Department [8,167,2-85] 8.042.285 [87167:285] 88 042 285285 Emergency Management Services 300.000 300.000 PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Admin 270,701 City Maintenance 2,078,494 Fort Campbell - Salt Contract 109,020 Fort Campbell - Pavement Marking Contract 159,116 Service Center 508,580 Parks & Recreation 1,213,403 Sportsplex 491,539 Street Municipal Road Aid Fund 649,000 270,701 2,078,494 109,020 159,116 508,580 1,213,403 491,539 649,000 MANDATED AGENCIES Airport Board 36,100 36,100 Boys & Girls Club 90,022 90,022 Community and Development Services 506,701 506,701 Emergency Communication Center 890,163 890,163 Emergency Management (DES) 50,076 50,076 Human Relations Commission 83,173 83,173 Library 320,815 320,815 Imagination Library 29,355 29,355 Pennyroyal Area Museum 38,162 38,162 War Memorial Commission 11,400 11,400 CITY CONTRACTED AGENCIES LDC - Downtown Renaissance 57,600 57,600 CDS - 1 & 2 Family Building Code 40,295 40,295 CDS - CDBG Reduction 33,302 33,302 CDS - Code Enforcement (Trash & Weed) 93,180 93,180 CDS - Code Enforcement 115,050 115,050 CDS - GIS (Contract) 63,244 63,244 CDS - Grant Writer/Housing 51,322 51,322 CDS - Renaissance (Grant Mgmt) 63,244 63,244 OPTIONAL AGENCIES Aaron McNeil House - Crisis Relief 18,148 18,148 Conference & Convention Center 46,968 46,968 Dyslexia 2,936 2,936 Economic Development Council 173,850 173,850 Local Development Corporation 14,400 14,400 Military Affairs -Chamber of Commerce 28,500 28,500 Minority Economic Development Int. 24,463 24,463 Pennyroyal Arts Council 29,355 29,355 Hoptown Hoppers 7,339 7,339 Jeffers Bend 9,500 9,500 Retired Seniors Volunteer Program 8,807 8,807 PACS-Public Transportation 95,105 95,105 Ordinance 13-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 3 of 5 PACS-Public Transportation Advertising 4,750 4,750 PACS-Senior Center & Adult Day Care 22,800 22,800 PASS THROUGH Planning Commission - Permits 125,000 125,000 Tourism Room Expense 850,000 850,000 MISCELLANEOUS Water Park Funding 100,000 100,000 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 P.A.D.D. Dues 16,640 16,640 Housing Incentive 75,000 75,000 Hoptown Heroes 7,500 7,500 Juvenile Drug Court 10,000 10,000 Payroll Accrual-27th Pay Period 45,645 45,645 Health Trust Funding 250,000 250,000 Campbell Strong 15,000 15,000 Community Vision Plan 10,000 10,000 Western Hills Golf Equipment 32,500 32,500 INSURANCE 440,000 440,000 BUILDING & PROPERTIES [17300] 191,200 [173,200] 191.200 DEBT SERVICE 2,319,826 2,319,826 OTHER Police and Fire Pension Fund 285,000 285,000 Interfund Transfer 100,000 100,000 City Grant Matching 125,000 125,000 CAPITAL FUND Transfer to Capital Fund [1,397,118] 1,465,000 [1,397,118] 1 465 000 Additional Transfer to Capital Fund (WINS) [31,901] 58.001 [31,901] 58.001 Transfer to Capital-LDC 35,000 35,000 Transfer to Capital -Public Works 110.000 110.000 PROJECTED EXPENSES $ [37,092,674] 37,638.766 $ 649,000 $ [37,741,674] 38,287,766 PROJECTED REVENUE [37 16;058] 37.638,766 649,000 137,766,058] 38.287,756 SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) $ [23384] 0 $ 0 $ [23,384] 0 GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS Difference $ [237364] $ 0 $ 0 $ [231384] 0 Ordinance 13-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 4 of 5 SECTION TWO 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 THREE Any and all existing ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION FOUR This ordinance shall take effect after its passage and publication according to law. ORDINANCE 13-2020 AMEND FY 19-20 OPERATIONAL BUDGET ,r� PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED FIRST TIME: Tune_ 2, cD O PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED SECOND TIME: 7un.e. gO APPROVE : A/ Wendell A. Lynch Mayor ATTEST: v1( Christine M. Fletcher, MMC City Clerk Ordinance 13- z20 was published in theKentucky New Era on: L132-1 k'r As Certified By b-airi Ordinance 13-2020 Prepared by Finance; Edited by City Clerk's Office Page 5 of 5 1 1 c f i ;