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Jacqueline Brookshier

Jacqueline Brookshier

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 15:28

FEBRUARY 23, 2017

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION

AGENDA FOR

WORK SESSION/PUBLIC MEETING

February 23, 2017 – 5:30 PM

CALL TO ORDER

**** Discussion of State law and City Ordinances related to Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment. City Attorney Danny Wright

-          Q & A relating to above.

**** Discussion of the newly implemented public hearing and public meeting order with regard to the agenda. Susan Anders 

**** New Planning commission calendar with new submittal dates. Clay Wilson

**** Discussion of City’s Staff involvement and the Planning Commission involvement in preparing the Agenda. Clay Wilson

MOTION TO ADJOURN

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 14:19

FEBRUARY 23, 2017

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION

AGENDA FOR

WORK SESSION/PUBLIC MEETING

February 23, 2017 – 5:30 PM

CALL TO ORDER

**** Discussion of State law and City Ordinances related to Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment. City Attorney Danny Wright

-          Q & A relating to above
**** Discussion of the newly implemented public hearing and public meeting order with regard to the agenda. Susan Anders 

**** New Planning commission calendar with new submittal dates. Clay Wilson

**** Discussion of City’s Staff involvement and the Planning Commission involvement in preparing the Agenda. Clay Wilson

MOTION TO ADJOURN

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:56

RESOLUTION 2016-11

RESOLUTION CONCERNING  APPOINTMENT  AND  APPROVAL OF MUNICIPAL  ATTORNEY  FOR THE  CITY  OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS.

WHEREAS , Ordinance No. 20 I 0-06 of the City of Johnson established the procedure for appointment of a Municipal  Attorney and set terms  for such appointments;   and.

WHEREAS, the appointment of Daniel  Wright as City  Attorney expires  1 2-3 1- 201 6; and,

WHEREAS, Chris Keeney, as Mayor. has and does hereby appoint Daniel Wright to serve as M un icipa l/City Attorney  for the City of Johns on, Arkansas , for the term  beginning  1-1-2017, and ending 1 2-3 1 -2018 and ,

WH EREAS , such appointment is subject to City Ordinance No. 20 I 0-06 and other Ordinances and Reso lut ions regarding termination, resignation, duties, responsibilities, and other issues touched upon therein;

NOW, THEREFORE,  BE IT RESOLVED  BY THE  CITY  COUNCIL  OF JOHNSON,  ARKANSAS,  that:

I.             The appointment  of  Daniel  Wright as  Municipal City Attorney  for the City of Johnson, Arkansas, for the term of 1-1-2017 through 12-31-2018, subject to the  provisions  of  0rdinance  No.  2010-06  and  other  Resolutions  and Ordinances,  is  hereby  approved  and  ratified .

  1. That the Agreement for Service attached  hereto is hereby  ratified and approved. The  Mayor and

Recorder /Treasure r of the City of Johnson are hereby authorized to execute such in the name of and on behalf of the City of Johnson, and payment to the attorney pursuant to such Agreement  is hereby authorized.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of December,              2016

CITY OF JOHNSON , ARKANSAS

ATT ES T :

 
   
Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:51

RESOLUTION 2016-15

RESOLUTION 2016-15_

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT WITH TOMLINSON ASPHALT CO., INC. TO COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION OF CAROL E. VAN SCYOC TRAILHEAD

WHEREAS, the City, using in-house personnel and equipment, made some progress toward the construction of the Carol E. Van Scyoc Trailhead (Trailhead) but has determined that the City lacks the personnel, equipment and skills to complete the trailhead in accordance with the plans prepared by Earthplan Design Alternatives , P.A. (EDA).

WHEREAS, EDA has prepared detailed plans and contract documents for the construction, and completion of the Trailhead, advertised for interested bidders, received and tabulated bids and consulted with the City concerning the most acceptable and advantageous bid.

WHEREAS, the City Council desire to accept the bid of Tomlinson Asphalt Co., Inc. (Tomlinson) to complete the Trailhead in accordance with their bid including the alternate item.

WHEREAS, the Council believes this project should be pursued n a prompt manner and that the City is able to pay for the project without adversely affecting other services provided to our residents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, that:

  1. That the Contract Documents dated October 2, 2016, prepared by EDA which incorporates the bid (with alternate)of Tomlinson Asphalt C0., for completion of the Carol E. Van Scyoc Trailhead for the price of $97,387.02 (per the bid) are hereby approved and accepted.
    1. That the Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are authorized to take such steps as are necessary to execute the Contract Doc
  1. That the Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are authorized to take such steps as are necessary to execute the Contract Documents dated October 2, 2016, prepared by EDA for completion of the Carol E. Van Scyoc Trailhead, on behalf of the City, and to make payment as provided in such contractdocuments.

PASSED  AND APPROVED this  13        day of December, 2016.

       
       
 

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:48

RESOLUTION 2016-14

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-04

A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE JOHNSON POLICE DEPARTMENT POLICY & STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE MANUAL TO ADOPT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR POLICE BODY CAMERA RECORDING.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

Section 1:        The Table of Contents of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure Manual is hereby amended by deleting the topic under Section 65 in its entirety and substituting the following:

"A.        VEHICULAR AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDING EQUIPMENT

B.       BODY-WORN AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDING EQUIPMENT"

Section 2:       The heading of Title 65, reading:

"SECTION 65

MOBILE  VIDEO/AUDIO  RECORDING  EQUIPMENT"

is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

"SECTION 65

"PART A: VEHICULAR VIDEO/AUDIO RECORDING EQUIPMENT" "PART B: BODY-WARN VIDEO/AUDIO RECORDING EQUIPMENT"

Section 3:        Section 65 is hereby amended by adding after the heading in Section 2, and prior to the text, the following division heading:

"PART  A:   VEHICULAR  VIDEO/AUDIO  RECORDING  EQUIPMENT"

Section 4:        Section 65 is hereby amended by adding after the text of Part A, the following:

"PART B: BODY-WORN VIDEO/AUDIO RECORDING EQUIPMENT

POLICY:  It is the policy of this department to provide officers as designated by the Chief of Police with Body-Worn Video Recording (BWV) devices as feasible. Officers shall activate the BWV  when  such  use is appropriate  to the  proper


performance of his or her official duties and/or where the recordings are consistent with this policy and law. This policy does not govern the use of surreptitious recording devices used in undercover operations or in-car-video covered under separate policy or directive.

PURPOSE: The purpose of this policy is to direct Officers and Supervisors in the proper use and maintenance of BWV as well as directing how video will be utilized as a quality control mechanism and evidence.

DEFINITIONS:

Law Enforcement Contact: A law enforcement contact for the purposes of this policy is any contact or activity whereby an Officer stops a person's movement by a means intentionally applied or conducts any activity requiring probable cause, reasonable suspicion, or consent to form the legal basis for the conduct. A law enforcement contact or activity does not include mere conversation or other contact outside the scope of a law enforcement purpose when such contact does not require any legal basis.

PROCEDURES:

l. Officers using BWV equipment shall be trained in its use, maintenance, and required documentation and storage of such recordings.

  1. Officers using BWV equipment will test such equipment at the beginning of each tour of duty or special event to ensure proper operation and required battery life. Improperlyfunctioningequipmentshallbereportedtotheimmediatesupervisoror other reporting mechanism established by this department for purpose of replacement orrepair.

  1. Officers assigned BWV equipment are required to wear such devices unless otherwise directed by the Chief of Police or their designee or other unforeseen circumstances preventthewearingofthedevice.BWVwillbewornontheofficer's bodyinamannerthatwilloptimizetherecordingofevents.

  1. BWV activation is limited to situations involving official police activities authorized by law or court order, including consensual citizen encounters and investigation of law violations. Officers are authorized to record events when the officer is a party to the conversation, or when an individual is in custody and there is generally no expectation of privacy. Officers will audibly and video-graphically record, as feasible, the following events, including but not limitedto:

  1. Calls for service in which a law enforcement contact ismade;

  1. Trafficstops;


  1. All transports  excludingride-alongs;

  1. Investigativestops;

  1. Footpursuits;

  1. Arrests,  Searches,Seizures;

  1. Consensual encounters;

  1. Verbal  Witness/SuspectStatements;

1.         Miranda  Warnings,  Arrestee Interviews;

J.            When  arriving  at  law  enforcement  contacts  and/or citizen  contacts initiated  by other officers;

  1. Other incidents the officer reasonably believes should  be  recorded for law enforcement purposes.

  1. Officers will make reasonable efforts to ensure the BWV recording equipment is accurately capturing events. Officers are prohibited from turning off the  BWV  during any citizen contact or law enforcement contact, unless otherwise  authorized  by this policy, and Officers shall not erase, alter, modify or tamper with BWV recordings.
    1. Recording shall continue until the law enforcement contact or citizen contact is completed and the citizen involved departs or the officer discontinues his or her participation  in the law enforcement  contact or citizen contact  by leaving thescene.

  1. In the event an officer deems it  necessary  to stop recording  or becomes  aware that a recordable event  was not recorded, the officer will document  such  event.

ISSUES  RELATED  TO PRIVACY:

  1. BWV should not be activated when: the officer is on break, engaged in personal activities,  involved  with citizen encounters  outside the scope of a law enforcement contact or purpose, or when the officer is in a location under circumstances  requiring a respect for an expectation  of privacy such as a  restroom, locker room, or other area when people are in an exposed or otherwise compromised state. However, should exigent circumstances  develop  where the need to record an event outweighs any  privacy concern, the officer will activate  the device where feasible  to do  so.
  2. BWV will not be activated when encountering undercover officers or confidential informants  and such encounters should  not be recorded.


  1. When entering a residence that requires the consent of the resident, Officers will inform the resident that he or she is wearing an activated recording device and request permission to continue recording the encounter. If the resident wishes not to be recorded in the interior of their home, Officers will document that desire via theBWVandturnoffthedevicefortheremainderofthecontact.However,should exigent circumstances develop where the need to record the event outweighs any privacy concern, the officer will reactivate the device where feasible to do so irrespective of the resident'sdesire.

  1. When legally entering a residence without the consent of the resident, such as serving a warrant or exigent circumstances, or undercover operations, recordings willbemadeoftheincidentuntilitsconclusion.

  1. The BWV will not be activated during personal or administrative conversations betweenofficers,orbetweenofficersandsupervisors.

ELECTRONIC STORAGE:

  1. OriginaldigitalfilesfromaBWVwill bedownloadedandstoredonadesignated network server orother electronic network storage.

  1. Officers will make reasonable attempts to download video/audio files beforethe end of each tour of duty or specialevent.

  1. Non-evidentiary video/audio recordings will be maintained in electronic storage or the network server for a period of time as directed by the Chief of Police or designeebutinnocasewillbeheldlessthanotherwiserequiredbyArkansaslaw or court decision relatingthereto.

  1. Video/audio recordings determined to be evidentiary in any criminal or civil proceeding shall be copied to DVD or other media and handled in accordance with departmental regulations regarding electronic evidence or work product. RecordingswillbemaintainedinaccordancewithArkansaslawrelatedtopolice municipal records as outlined in ACA 14-2-204. If a written request is received, recordings which pertain to civil matters will be maintained for a minimum of three years or until such a time as the civil matter is resolved and all time for appeal hasexhausted.

  1. This agency will maintain a duplicate electronic file of recordings submittedto other agencies for court or otherpurposes.

  1. All recording media, recorded images and audio recordings are the propertyof this agency. Dissemination outside theagency for reasons other than criminal


prosecution is strictly prohibited without specific authorization of the Chief of Police or designee.

  1. Maliciousdestructionordeletionofvideoandaudiofilesisprohibited.

  1. All video and audio files are subject to open records request asallowed by Arkansaslaw.

  1. Electronicmediawillbestored inamannerdesignatedbytheagency.

  1. If a recording is used in a disciplinary action resulting in suspension or termination against an employee, the recording shall be held for a minimumof three(3)yearsfromthecompletionofthedisciplinaryaction.

  1. ElectronicMediaissubjecttoreview bytheChiefofPoliceordesignee.

  1. Otherthanforpurposesrelatedtoprosecution,videoshallnotbereproduced withouttheexpressauthorityoftheChiefofPoliceordesignee.

  1. First line supervisors or a designee should review a random sample of BWV recordings quarterly for each officer supervised for policy, training and legal compliance. After review, the supervisor will document the review and any supervisory actions taken. Supervisors should meet with individual Officers to provide guidance, training and correction when required. Supervisors will initiate formal counseling or internal affairs procedures as the need arises. When correctiveactionistaken,aspecialreviewmaybeimplementedforthatparticular officerforasetdurationoftimeinordertoensurecompliancewiththecorrective action.

BWV EVIDENTIARY/ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES:

  1. When an officer becomes aware that a BWV recording contains potential evidence of a criminal or administrative matter, the officer is required to ensure the video is uploaded to the network server (or other storage medium) and document such recording via police report and/or other procedures establishedby thisdepartment.
    1. When a BWV related to evidence of a criminal or administrative matter is recorded, the evidence custodian will ensure the video is uploaded tothe network server or other electronic media and disseminated per department procedure
  1. Where there is any indication that the BWV may contain "Brady" materia l, that recording must be saved and turned over to the prosecutor assigned to the case in accordance  with  the "Duty  to Disclose"  policy of thisdepartment.
    1. Civilians shall not be allowed to review recordings except as approved by the Chief of Police or designee, through the process of evidentiary discoveryand
    2. F.0 .1.A. request; all such events shall be documented."

Section 5:        In all other respects, the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure Manual is not amended or modified and is hereby ratified and confirmed.


PASSED AND APPROVED th is {W             day of &                      

I


, 2016.


ATTEST:

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:47

RESOLUTION 2016-13

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-13

A RESOLUTION CONFIRMING APPOINTMENT BY DISTRICT JUDGES JEFF HARPER AND GRAHAM  NATIONS OF RACHEL GUENTHER AS COURT  CLERK FOR THE JOHNSON DEPARTMENT OF  THE WASHINGTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT AND THE APPOINTMENTS OF SUZY WALKER AND CHERYL MORGAN AS DEPUTY COURT CLERKS AND CITY COUNCIL DESIGNATION OF COLLECTOR FOR THE JOHNSON DEPARTMENT.

 

WHEREAS, effective January 1, 2017, the District Court Judges have appointed Rachel Guenther as Court Clerk for the Johnson Department of the Washington County District Court pursuant to ACA § 16-17-211, and have appointed Suzy Walker and Cheryl Morgan Deputy Court Clerks pursuant to ACA Sec. 16-17-106.

WHEREAS, the District Judges have also nominated Rachel Guenther as collector of all fines, costs and other sums due to said Court.

WHEREAS, appointment of the Deputy Court Clerks by the District Court Judge, pursuant to ACA § 16-17-106, requires approval of such appointments by the City Council.

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS,

That:

Section 1:        The appointment of Rachel Guenther as Court Clerk and the appointment of Suzy Walker and Cheryl Morgan as Deputy Court Clerks for the Johnson Department of the Washington County District Court by District Judges Jeff Harper and Graham Nations, effective January 1, 2017, is hereby approved.

Section 2:        The City Council of Johnson pursuant to ACA Sec. 16-13-709(a)(2)(A)(i) hereby designates Rachel Guenther, Court Clerk, as the collector of all fines assessed, costs levied and other sums due the Johnson Department of the Washington County District Court.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of December, 2016.

ATTEST:                                                                    

coj Deputy Court Clerk Res 112216

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:43

RESOLUTION 2016-12

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-12

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CERTAIN CITY OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES BETWEEN THE CITY OF JOHNSON AND THE JOHNSON AREA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

WHEREAS, there exists a need to exhibit the City of Johnson's support for the Johnson  Area Volunteer  Fire  Department , and,

WHEREAS , the Johnson Area Volunteer Fire Department and the City have purchased equipment, obtained grants and taken various steps to enable the residents of Johnson to benefit from  the lower ISO rating, and,

WHEREAS, the Deputy Legislative Auditor  requires documentation  in the form of a written contract to support the financial assistance  to the Volunteer  Fire  Department  by the  City, and,

WHEREAS, the Johnson Area Volunteer Fire Department has provided valuable services to the City and to the citizens of Johnson in years past and evidences its intent to continue to provide these services,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT R RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, that

  1. The Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer of Johnson, Arkansas, are hereby authorized  to execute the Fire Protection  Agreement with the Johnson AreaVoluntee rFire Department to secure to the City and its inhabitants the benefits set forth in sucAgreement (as attached hereto)for the term of such Agreement.
  1. That the Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are hereby  authrizedto make the payments called for in such Agreement as they become due from the general fund.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13 day of  December, 2016.

 

ATTEST:

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:42

RESOLUTION 2016-10

RESOLUTION 2016-10

A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, FOR THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS BEGINNING JANUARY l, 2017, AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2017; APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR EACH AND EVERY ITEM OF EXPENDITURE THEREIN PROVIDED FOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

WHEREAS , the City Council has made a comprehensive study and review of the proposed   budget,  and

WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the City Council that the schedules and exhibits of financial information prepared and reviewed revealing anticipated revenues and expenditures for the calendar year 2017 appear to be as accurate as possible for budgetary   purposes,

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS :

SECTION  1:   This Resolution shall be known as the Budget Resolution for the City  of

.Johnson, Arkansas, for the twelve (12) month period beginning January L  2017, and ending December  31,  20 I 7,  reflecting  estimated  revenues  and  expenditures  as  hereinafter  set  forth  on the succeeding  pages at Exhibit  A.   All  revenues  herein are estimated  and  subject  to change    and

all appropriations are calculated upon available revenues.

SECTION 2: The respective amounts of funds for each and every item of expenditure classification herein proposed in the budget for 2017 are hereby approved by the City Council of Johnson, Arkansas, and are hereby authorized and appropriated for the purposes herein set forth  for the calendar year ending December 31, 2017.

Passed and approved this 13th day of December, 2016.

       
     
   
 

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General ftund

2017 8ud;et


Revenue  & Expenditures

Revenue

Tax Receipts

Franchise Taxes Property Taxes Property Taxes - Street Sales Tax - City

Sales Tax - County Turnback • State

Fines and Forfeitures Court Costs - Act 1256 Fines

Restitution

Warrant Service Charge

Fees & Permits

5% state construction surcharg Building Permits

Business Licenses Demolition Permit Flood Hazard Permit Grading Permit Mechanical Permits Sign Permits Submittal Fees

Other Revenue

City Donations Copy Charges Grant Funding Interest Earned Johnson Festival

Misc Income • General Misc Income - Sales Police Dept Donation Rent - Post Office Surplus Carryover Trash Bags


Annual Budget

Jan 2017

Dec 2017

115,000.00

375,000.00

40,000.00

580,000.00

580,000.00

49,975.00

40,000.00

150,000.00

1.00

10,000.00

500.00

75,000.00

5,200.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

7,000.00

400.00

8,000.00

100.00

300.00

1.00

3,300.00

2,400.00

1,500.00

1.00

1.00

9,000.00

300,000.00

500.00


Expenses


Revenue           $2,353,182.00 Gross Proflt---,$",!2""',3 5e"!!3-1,""'s""'2"".0..,,.0


Police Department Expense

Cell Phone 2,000.00
Equip less $500 - Police 1,300.00
Equip less $500 - vehicle 2,500.00
Equip over $500 - Police 4,500.00
Equip over $500 • Vehicle 7,000.00
Fuel 30,000.00
General Expenses < $500 4,000.00
Gross Wages Police 526,108.00
LOPFI Funding 90,000.00
Maintenance for equip 1,500.00
PD Membership Dues 100.00
PD Office Expense 12,000.00


General Fund

2017 Budget


PD Safety Equip PD Travel Expense

Police Dept Donation Police Overtime wages Purchase New PD Unit

Records Management System Tower Rental

Training

Uniforms Expense Vehicle Insurance Vehicle  Maintenance

Administrative  Expense

5% State Construction Surcharg Admin Expense

Building Official Expenses Capital Outlay (over $500) Code Red

Gross Wages • City Office Expenses • Admln Overtime Wages- City Petty Cash Expense

Trans to Street • Property Tax Transportation Allowance Trash Bags

Travel Expenses Unemployment Fee

Fire Department Expense Fire Truck Insurance JAVFD  Contribution

JAVFD Equipment Expense JAVFD Vehicle Expense


Annual Budget

Jan 2017

Dec 2017

4,000.00

2,000.00

1.00

10,000.00

30,000.00

22,600.00

3,308.00

9,000.00

11,000.00

3,500.00

12,000.00

100.00

750.00

3,500.00

3,000.00

1.00

237,178.00

22,500.00

500.00

125.00

40,000.00

3,600.00

3,000.00

4,000.00

10,000.00

1,850.00

292,500.00

34,000.00

5,000.00


Court Expense  
Court Clerk Training 2,500.00
Court Office Expense 5,000.00
Court Office Overtime 500.00
Gross Wages Court Office 129,216.00

Benefits Expense

City Match • 401 K Plan

20,746.00
Medical Insurance 125,930.00
Medicare • Employers 12,941,00
One Time Pay Increase 4,000.00
Social Security • Employers 55,500.00
Workers  Comp Insurance 20,200.00
General Expense  
Animal Impound Fees 500.00
Bldg & Equip Malnt 15,000.00
Election Fee 2,500.00
Fire Hydrant Rental 2,400.00
Hazmat 1,300.00
Insurance • Property 2,500.00
Misc Expenses 6,000.00
Utilities Expense 25,000.00


General Pund

2017 Budget

 
   

Annual Budget

Jan 2017

                                Dec 2017                                                                                                                   

Professional  Services Expense


Engineering/Infrastructure Engineering/Mapping Engineering/Ordinance Updating Engineering/Storm Water Mgmt Engineering/Submitted Plan Rev Legal Fees

Planning and Zoning Special Attorney Fees

Dues and Membership Expense


20,000.00

3,000.00

1.00

17,500.00

38,000.00

30,000.00

5,000.00

20,000.00


Erner Medical Serv 23,000.00
Membership Dues 14,000.00
ORT Fair Share Contribution 5,000.00
Solid Waste District Contribut 2,600.00


Park Expense

Park Expense

Park Expense • Restroom

Advertising & Promotion Expense

Advertising Johnson Festival Public Relations

Other Expense


5,000.00

1,500,00

8,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00


Kennel Upkeep/Food                                                    100,00

Transfer for Street Projects                            100,000.00

.....
 

Expenses          $2,180,455,00

Revenue Less Expenditures ---,;.$.-17,2,,.7.2.7.,.00 Net Change In Fund Balance                                                               $172,727.00

Fund Balances


Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change In Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance


0.00

172,727.00

0.00


City of Johnson 2017 Wages

Oeoartment Name   Uniform Unifonn MN<Wed 11121/2016  
    2017 2080 104 2017  
!Administration   Rate/hour ren ho11rc::. hnlidav hrc::. Annual               l,I  

I P I

C D

I

Court

Police

Council

lanninQ Commission Chris Keenev, Mavor

Transoortation Allowance for Mavo, ennifer Allen, Recorderffreasurer

lay Wilson, BuildinQ/Code/Maint/Animal anny Wriaht, Citv Attorney

acaueline Brookshier, Secretarv Admin Total

Rachel Duck, Court Clerk SuzvWalker

Cheryl Moraan Mark McCutcheon ICourt Total

Chief Vernon Sisemore

Detective Richard Duncan, CID Detective Bob Selph, CID Patrol Ser ant Jamie Holland Patrol Ser<leant Jerrv Bowen Patrolman Tommv Clark Patrolman Justin Belew Patrolman Clint Luond Patrolman Dominic Vecchi Patrolman Jason Cole Patrolman Michael Freeman Patrolman Peter McCollouqh

Mid vear oerformance adjustment Total Police

rrotal Salaries

$2,400.00

$25.00

$19.00

$17.00

$19.70

$17.00

$11.00

$14.43

$19.78

$20.87

$21.20

$19.78

$21.63

$18.13

$17.78

$16.88

$16.51

$16.35

$16.35

lannual

oer meetina "

$41,142.40

$43,409.60

$44,096.00

$41,142.40

$44,990.40

$37,710.40

$36,982.40

$35,110.40

$34,340.80

$34,008.00

$34 008.00

$308,380.80

$2,057.12

$2,170.48

$2,204.80

$2,057.12

$2,249.52

$1,885.52

$1,849.12

$1,755.52

$1,717.04

$1,700.40

s:1 7no.40

$20,617.12

$14,400.00

$2,625.00

$60,791.00                     3%

$3,600.00

$45,662.00                       38A

$39,520.00                 $0.93

$35,220.00                     6%

S:lfi :Vifl nn                 $0.45

$237,178.00

$40,976.00                 $0.50

$35,360.00                 $0.15

$22,880.00                 $0.50

$3Qnnn_nn                       $0.00

$129,216.00

$74,500.00                    cai

$43,199.52                                 $1.38

$45,580.08                $0.24

$46,300.80                 $0.62

$43,119.52                                 $0.39

$47,239.92                                    cac

$39,595.92                 $0.53

$38,831.52                $0.68

$36,865.92                $0.33

$36,057.84                $0.16

$35,708.40                $0.00

$35,708.40                $0.00

$3400.00

$526,107.84

$892,501.84

 


City of Johnson 2017 Wages

 
   


Street Fund

·2017 Bud9et

 
   

Annualludget

Jan 2017

                                                Dec2017                                                                                                               

Revenue  & Expenditures

Revenue

Tax Receipts


Property Taxes Street Turnback - State - Street

Other Revenue

Interest Earned Surplus Carryover


45,000.00

215,000.00

220.00

300,000.00

Revenue             $5'0,220,00


Expenses

Labor Expense

Gross Wages • Street


Gross Proflt          


$""'S..,6-0""',2..,.2""'0-,0-0

123,365.00


Street Wages Overtime                                             3,000.00

Benefits Expense  
City Match - 401 K Plan 1,810.00
Medical Insurance 29,532.00
Medicare • Employers 1,790.00
One Time Pay Increase 880.00
Social Security • Employers 7,650.00
Uniforms • Street 1,000.00

General Expense

Electric - Street Lights

24,000.00
Fuel - Street Vehicles 6,000.00
Signal  Maintenance 2,000.00
Street Cell Phone 1,000.00
Street Equipment Replacement 100,000.00
Street Shop Misc 2,000.00
Street Signs 10,000.00
Repair/  Maintenance Expense  
Equipment Maintenance 9,000.00
Street Repairs & Malnt 100,000.00
Trail System Expenses 100,000.00
Winter Chat 5,000.00
 

expenses                                                              $5_,2,.1..,.,0_2..7...,,0..0,.. Revenue Less Expenditures                                                                               $32,113,00

Net  Change  In Fund Balance                             $.;.,3="2 ,"!"1t 3 ,"l,'00


Fund Balances

Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change Jn fund Balance Ending Fund Balance


0.00

32,193.00

o.oo


Act 188

 
   


2017 Budget

Annual Budget

lan 2017

                                                                                                Dec 2017                                                                                                                   

Revenue  & Expenditures

Revenue

Fines and Forfeitures


No Ins Fine/ Act 988

Other Revenue

Surplus  Carryover

Expenses


30,000.00

----    -
 

5,000.00

Revenue              $35,000.00

Gross Profit               $35,000,00


Police Department Expense

---
 

Purchase New PD Unit                                           30,000.00

Expenses               $30,000,00

Revenue Less Expenditures                  $5,000,00

Net Change In Fund  Balance----,$",o!S....,,O,..,,O""'o""'.o--o

Fund Balances


Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change In Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance


0.00

5,000.00

0.00


Act 1lS6

2017 Bud9et


Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Fines and Forfeitures

Court Costs - Act 1256


Annual Budget

Jan 2017

Dec2017

85,000.00

Revenue----$-85-,0-00-.0-0


Expenses

Other Expense


Gross Profit               $85,000,00


Court Cost - General Fund 42,000.00
Court Costs - Dept. of Fin 17,800.00
Court Costs • LOPFI (Johnson) 6,700.00
Court Costs - WA County 18,500.00
Expenses $85,000.00


Fund Balances

Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance


0.00

0.00

0.00



Court Automation fund

2017 Bud9et


Revenue  & Expenditures

Revenue

Other Revenue


Annual BudOet

Jan 2017

Dec 2017


Court Auto Fee   15,000.00
Surplus Carryover   4,500.00
 

Revenue

Gross Profit       

$19,500.00

$_1_9-,5-0-0-.0-0

Expenses

Other Expanse

Court Automation                                                   15,000.00

---....,..,""'!,"!!
 

Expenses               $15,000,00

Revenue Less Expenditures                 $4,500,()0

Net Chansie in Fund Balance                           $_4.,.5._o_o_.o_o

Fund Balances


Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance


0.00

4,500.00

0.00


Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:40

RESOLUTION 2016-09

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-09

A RESOLUTION APPROVING A CONTRACT BETWEEN WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AND THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS TO PROVIDE ANIMAL SHELTERING SERVICES TO THE CITY OF JOHNSON.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

Section 1:          That the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas hereby approves the attached 'Closed Admissions' Animal Sheltering Contract between Washington County, Arkansas and the City of Johnson, Arkansas whereby the County will provide animal sheltering services to the City of Johnson. A copy of the contract, marked Exhibit "A" is attached hereto, and made a part hereof

Section 2:         That the City Council of the City of JohnsonArkansas  hereby authorizes the Mayor and the Recorder-Treasurer, to execute the contract with Washington County and to make payment  pursuant to the terms of Exhibit   A.

PASSED and APPROVED this 7th day of

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-09

A RESOLUTION APPROVING A CONTRACT BETWEEN WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AND THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS TO PROVIDE ANIMAL SHELTERING SERVICES TO THE CITY OF JOHNSON.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

Section 1:          That the City Council of the City of Johnson, Arkansas hereby approves the attached 'Closed Admissions' Animal Sheltering Contract between Washington County, Arkansas and the City of Johnson, Arkansas whereby the County will provide animal sheltering services to the City of Johnson. A copy of the contract, marked Exhibit "A" is attached hereto, and made a part hereof

Section 2:         That the City Council of the City of JohnsonArkansas  hereby authorizes the Mayor and the Recorder-Treasurer, to execute the contract with Washington County and to make payment  pursuant to the terms of Exhibit   A.

PASSED and APPROVED this 7th day of November, 2016

Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:17

ORDINANCE 2017-01

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