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Jacqueline Brookshier

Jacqueline Brookshier

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:49

March 2, 2017

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:46

JANUARY 5, 2017

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:15

ORDINANCE 2017-05

ORDINANCE 2017-05

AN ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT CAMPING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS, CREATING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

WHEREAS, the City Council believes that the free use and enjoyment of public parks and other amenities by residents of the City of Johnson is of sufficient value to merit protection;

WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the use of the same during overnight hours and for extended periods of time, interferes with the free use and enjoyment of those places by residents of the City;

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

Section 1:         Camping Prohibited

  • (a) No person shall set up or use tents, shacks, or any other temporary shelter for the purpose of overnight camping on public property within the City of Johnson, nor shall any person bring in or leave on public property after closing hours, any vehicle or structure to be used or which could be used for such purpose such as a house traile r, camp trailer, camp wagon, or the
  • (b) If a person or group desires to express, in a constitutionally recognized manner, an opinion/view on issues in a form prohibited by this Ordinance application for an exception must be made at least ten (10) days prior to a regular Council

Section 2:         Exceptions by Resolution

  • (a) If the City Council of the City of Johnson desires to grant an exception to this ordinance and allow a person or organization to camp or erect structures otherwise prohibited by this ordinance on public property within the city li mits, the City Council may grant such an exception by
  • (b) The resolution granting such an exception shall specify the person or organization granted the exception , the particular property on which the activity may take place, and the effective dates and times of the

Section 3:         Penalty for Violation

  • (a) Failure to comply with the provisions of this ordinance shall be a violation punishable as provided in J.M.C. Section 32.01.
  • (b) Each day in which a person who violates the provisions of this ordinance remains in violation after the first day, shall be a continuing violation, punishable as provided in J.M.C. Section  1.32.

THIS ORDINANCE PASSED THIS 11_ day of April, 2017.

ATTEST:

 

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:14

ORDINANCE 2017-04

ORDINANCE 2014-04

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A UTILITY EASEMENT ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF OLD LOT 208 (PARCEL NO. 785-19319-000) CLEAR CREEK SUBDIVISION, PHASE 7, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

 WHEREAS, Clear Creek Residential, LLC, as owner of Old Lot 208 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase 7, has executed and delivered for filing a utility easement grant along the East boundary of Old Lot 208 as a substitute for the release/vacation of a utility easement along  the  South boundary of the Old Lot  28,  in order  to allow  full  development  of the current  configured Lot 211.

WHEREAS , public utilities have had an opportunity to object and/or comment on the proposed substituted utility easement and the vacation of the platted easement and no adverse effect on utility services has been raised.

WHEREAS, the Johnson Planning Commission approved vacation petition No. 2016- 18 with a stipulation on September 1, 2016, and now recommends passage of this Ordinance to the Council.

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

 Section 1: That as a result of the grant of the substituted utility easement mentioned above by Clear Creek Residential, LLC, the utility easement across the South twenty (20) feet of Old Lot 208 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase 7 to the City of Johnson, AR as depicted on Exhibit B and as described on Exhibit A hereto is not required for utility purposes nor corporation (City) purposes at this time or in the foreseeable future.

Section 2: That Clear Creek Residential, LLC, is the owner of Old Lot 208 Clear Creek Subdivision , Phase 7 to the City of Johnson, AR, said utility easement as is described on Exhibit A is hereby vacated in favor of said owner.

Section 3: All other easements on Old Lot 208 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase 7 to the City of Johnson, AR, are confirmed and continue as a burden on said Old Lot 208 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase 7 to the City of Johnson, AR.


PASSED  AND APPROVED  this 14 da y of March, 2017.

 

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EXHIBIT A

 

 

 

Legal Description 20' Easement Abandonment:

 

A PART OF LOT 211, (OLD LOT 208), OF CLEAR CREEK SUBDIVISION PHASE VII IN THE CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF OLD LOT 135; THENCE ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID OLD LOT 135, S03°03'58"W A DISTANCE OF 50.85 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, SAID POINT BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID OLD LOT 208; THENCE LEAVING SAID EAST LINE AND ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID OLD LOT 208, S88°06'16"E A DISTANCE OF 20.00 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID NORTH LINE S03°03'29"W A DISTANCE OF 240.52 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE ALONG A NON-TANGENTIAL CURVE TO THE LEFT, SAID CURVE HAVING A RADIUS OF 82.00 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH OF 34.59 FEET AND A CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE OF N32°38'25"W 34.33 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID CURVE, N03°03'58"E A DISTANCE OF 212.24 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 0.10 ACRES (4,489 SQUARE FEET), MORE OR LESS.

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:13

ORDINANCE 2017-03

ORDINANCE NO. 2017- 03

AN ORDINANCE VACATING  A  UTILITY  EASEMENT  ALONG PORTION OF NORTH BOUNDARY OF LOT 211 CLEAR CREEK SUBDIVISION,  PHASE  VII AND  FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

 WHEREAS, there exists special circumstances relative to  Lot  211  Clear  Creek Subdivision, Phase VII regarding limitations resulting from an existing unused and unneeded utility easement.

WHEREAS, public utilities have had an opportunity to object and/or comment on the proposed vacation and no adverse effect on  utility services has been  raised.

WHEREAS, the Johnson Planning Commission approved the vacation petition No. 2016-17 with a stipulation on September 1, 201 6, and now recommends passage of this Ordinance to  the Council.

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

 

Section 1:    That a portion  of the  utility  easement  across  the  North  ten (10) feet of  Lot 211 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase VII, to the City of Johnson , AR as depicted on Exhibit Band as described on Exhibit A hereto is not required for utility purposes nor corporation (City) purposes  at this time or in the  foreseeable  future.

Section 2: That John James and Amy James are the owners of Lot 211 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase VII and that portion of the utility easement as is described on Exhibit A is hereby vacated in favor of said owners.

Section 3: All other easements on Lot 211 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase VII are confirmed and continue as a burden on said Lot 211 Clear Creek Subdivision, Phase VII to the City of Johnson, AR.

PASSED AND APPROVED on this 14 day of March 2017.

 

Friday, 28 April 2017 14:11

ORDINANCE 2017-02

ORDINANCE 2017-02

AN ORDINANCE TO CREATE A PARKS COMMITTEE FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to have a committed body to study and consider possible expansion and modification of existing parks and the creation of new parks within the City of Johnson;

WHEREAS , the City Council desires the participation and input of a diverse group of residents of the City of Johnson to assist in the process;

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

Section 1:         Creation

  • (a) A Parks Committee for the City of Johnson, Arkansas is hereby created and shall be known as the "Johnson Parks Committee." The Johnson Parks Committee (hereinafter "Parks Committee") shall serve in an advisory capacity with the purpose of advising the Mayor and City Council as to the management, development, and expansion of parks within the City of Johnson, in accordance with the intents and purposes of this
  • (b) The Mayor shall designate one of the existing department heads to coordinate and oversee all provisions of this ordinance, including the work of the Parks Committee (hereinafter known as Park

Section 2:         Composition; Membership Requirements

  • (a) The Parks Committee shall consist of no less than five and no more than seven members, six of whom shall be nominated by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, and one of whom shall be an Alderman on the Johnson City Council, and who shall be appointed by the City Council from time to time as
  • (b) With the exception of the member appointed by the City Council and the initial members, terms of membership shall be for five years. The member appointed from the City Council shall serve at the pleasure of the Council, provided that upon ceasing to be a member of the City Council, his/her membership on the Parks Committee shall automatically
  • (c) Of the initial members not appointed by the City Council, one shall serve a full five-year term, one shall serve a four-year term, two shall serve three-year terms; one shall serve a two-year term, and one shall serve a one-year term. This will result in at least one vacancy every year. Incumbent members whose positions are scheduled to become vacant may be reappointed.

(d) Should a member become unwilling or unable to serve a full term, the Mayor shall appoint a new member for the remainder of the term who shall be confirmed by the Council.

(e) Staff to support the activities of the Parks Committee shall be provided by the Mayor from employees of the Public Works Department.

(t)         Membership on the Parks Committee shall be limited to residents of the City of Johnson and its members shall not receive compensation.

(t)      The Parks Committee is empowered to choose its own officers consisting of, at a minimum, a Chairman and Secretary and make any necessary rules or regulations governing the conduct of its meetings. At the first Committee meeting of the Parks Committee those members not appointed by the Council shall draw for their initial terms of office as provided in Section 2.(c).

(g)        The Parks Committee shall keep minutes of its proceedings and file them with the Recorder-Treasurer upon approval.

Section 3:         Duties

  • (a) The Parks Committee shall meet at least once quarterly and shall determine the dates of each meeting either by setting it at a specific place and specified time on a particular day of the quarter for each meeting, or at each Parks Committee meeting they shall then and there select and announce the date, place, and time for the next meeting; however, the Parks Committee shall post, in the five (5) public places as determined by the Council, a notice, at least fifteen (15) days before each Parks Committee meeting of the date, place, and time for the their meetings.
  • (b) The Parks Committee shall advise and make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on all matters concerning public parks within the City of Johnson. Annually, the Parks Committee shall develop a suggested program and operating budget to be submitted to the City Council by the first day of November in each year for the subsequent year. The Parks Committee may also recommend priorities for expenditures and means of financing the same and shall prepare an annual report of the Parks Committee's efforts for the previous year by February

of the following year.                                       

THIS ORDINANCE PASSED THIS 14 Day of March, 2017.

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ATTEST:

 
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Thursday, 20 April 2017 14:25

RESOLUTION 2017-02

RESOLUTION NO. 2017-02

 A RESOLUTION AMENDING SECTION 33 OF THE  JOHNSON POLICE DEPARTMENT POLICY & STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE MANUAL TO ADOPT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR  DEPARTMENT  USE OF ELECTRONIC CITATIONS.

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

Section 1: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended by deleting the text of subparagraph a. (2) under 'Procedures' in its entirety and replacing it with the following:

"(2) The Johnson Police Department has entered into an agreement to obtain hardware and licenses to utilize software to allow the department to issue and process citations electronically. As used in this Section EC shall mean electronic citation (and the processing of that citation electronically) and UTT shall mean Arkansas Uniform Traffic Ticket and Complaint. Either an EC or a UTT should be issued to a violator who jeopardizes the safe and efficient flow of vehicular and/or pedestrian traffic, including hazardous moving violations or operating unsafe and improperly equipped vehicles. The EC or UTT may also be issued for non-moving violations, however, officers will evaluate the circumstances of each offense and use discretion in deciding whether to issue a warning or either an EC ora UTT.

The Chief of Police, or his/her designee, shall periodically review all aspects of the EC and UTT process to ensure that the Johnson Police Department is in full compliance with ACA Sec. 16-10-205 and in full compliance with the Information Systems Best Practices Checklist provided by the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee."

Section 2: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy and Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended by adding the following 4th paragraph under paragraph a. under 'Procedures'  as follows:

"(4) It is the responsibility of the officer issuing an EC or a UTT and his/her supervisor to insure that copies (electronic or paper) of all field notes or records (potential Brady material) made by the Officer shall be provided to the Court Clerk for inclusion in the case file."

 

Section 3: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended by deleting in its entirety the text of paragraph c. under 'Procedures' and replacing it with the following:

"Information RE Traffic Summons (EC or UTT): The EC or UTT will be completed whenever a motorist is to be charged with a motor vehicle violation and the motorist will be told the following:

  1. I) Court appearance schedule (date, time and place);
  • 2) Whether court appearance by the motorist is mandatory;
  • 3) Whether the motorist may be allowed to plead guilty and prepay the fine/cost prior to court;
  • 4) Any other necessary information prior to the release of the ''

Section 4: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure Manual is hereby amended by deleting in it entirety the text of subparagraph d. (5) under 'Procedures' and replacing it with the following:

"Multiple Violations. Either an EC or a UTT can be issued for each violation, however, the more flagrant violation is generally cited and a warning issued for the remainder."

Section 5: Section 33 is hereby amended by deleting in its entirety the text of sub- paragraph j. (1) under 'Procedures' and replacing it with the following:

"Either an EC or a UTT may be issued when an officer has stopped a vehicle and identified the driver as driving with a revoked or suspended operator's license. We arrest for driving on suspended for DWI, we cite for driving on suspended for administrative reasons."

Section 6: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended as to subparagraph k.(2)(g) under 'Procedures' by deleting the words "Municipal Court" and replacing those words with the following:

"Johnson Department of the Washington County District Court:'

 Section 7: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended as to the first subparagraph identified as m.(6){e) under 'Procedures'

 by deleting the words/numbers "on the Court date (ACA 5-65-205)" and replacing those words/numbers with the following:

" ... as provided  in ACA 5-65-402."

Section 8: Section 33 of the Johnson Police Department Policy & Standard Operating Procedure is hereby amended as to the second  paragraph  identified as m.(6)(e) under 'Procedures' by  renaming that subparagraph "m.(6)(f)".

Section 9: In all other respects, the Johnson Police Department Policy  &  Standard Operating Procedure Manual  is not amended or  modified  and  is hereby ratified and confinned.

 

PASSED AND APPROVED this        day of                                        ,2017.

APPROVED:

 CHRIS  KEENEY, Mayor

 

ATTEST: JENNIFER  ALLEN, Recorder-Treasurer

Thursday, 20 April 2017 14:15

RESOLUTION 2017-04

RESOLUTION NO. 2017-04

A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE WILLINGNESS OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON TO UTILIZE FEDERAL-AID TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES  PROGRAM FUNDS

 WHEREAS, City of Johnson understands Federal-aid Transportation Alternatives Program Funds are available at 80% federal participation and 20% local match to improve and/or install lighting on the trails, including the Razorback Greenway within the City of Johnson;

WHEREAS, the City of Johnson understands that Federal-aid Funds are available for this project on a reimbursable basis, requiring work to be accomplished and proof of payment prior to actual monetary reimbursement; and,

WHEREAS, this project, using federal funding, will be open and available for use by the general public and maintained by the applicant for the life of the project.

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

 SECTION I: The City of Johnson will participate in accordance with its designated responsibility, including maintenance of this project.

SECTION II: The Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are hereby authorized and directed to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts necessary to expedite the construction  of the above stated project.

SECTIO Ill:               The Johnson  City  of Council pledges  its full  support and hereby authorizes the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department to initiate action to implement this project.

       
       
 


THIS RESOLUTION adopted this 11th day of April, 2017.

 

 

Thursday, 20 April 2017 14:13

RESOLUTION 2017-03

RESOLUTION 2017-03

 

A RESOLUTION APPROVING A MEMORANDUM  OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITIES OF JOHNSON AND FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, CONCERNING  THE  TRAFFIC  SIGNAL AT  JOYCE  AND WILKERSON

 WHEREAS, the Cities of Johnson and Fayetteville previously entered into an interlocal agreement that the traffic signal at the intersection of Joyce Boulevard and Wilkerson Street within the city limits of Johnson  would  be owned and  operated  by the City of Fayetteville;

WHEREAS, discussions between the cities over the last several months centered  on the  City of Johnson assuming responsibility for the traffic signal and adding  pedestrian  crossing sections  to tie in with the nearby  trailhead;

WHEREAS, future development in the City of Johnson will necessitate that  the  traffic signal  at that  intersection  be converted  into four-way operation; and,

WHEREAS, the Cities of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Johnson Arkansas have reached a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the transfer of ownership and responsibility for the operation  of the traffic signal  at that intersection;

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

 Section IThe  Memorandum  of  Understanding  regarding  the  transfer  of  the  traffic signal located at the intersection of Joyce Boulevard and Wilkerson Street, as attached to this resolution,  is hereby  approved  by the Council.

Section 2: The Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are  hereby  authorized  to sign and execute the attached  Memorandum  of Understanding  with the Mayor and Clerk of the City of Fayetteville.

 
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 Section 3: Regarding the transfer of the traffic signal at Wilkerson and Joyce, that the Mayor and Recorder-Treasurer are hereby authorized and directed to take such further steps as are necessary to maintain and operate such traffic signal so as to provide the same basic service as the motoring public has enjoyed for the last couple of decades and to provide for safe crossings of Wilkerson Street by pedestrians at that location.

PASSED AND APPROVED  this 11th   day of April,  2017.

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ATTEST :

 

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 14:10

RESOLUTION 2017-01

RESOLUTION 2017-01

A RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION 2015-20 OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS; AMENIHNG THE BUDGE'lr FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING JANUARY 1 , 2016 ANU ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2016.

 WHEREAS, the City Counci I has been advised of changes in various portions of the 2016 City Budget affecting  both  actual  expenses and  income ditlerent than anticipated  for 2016; and

WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the City Council that an amendment to the budget accepted by Resolution 2015-20  is required  to make appropriations for the revenue to cover the additional  and different expenses  for the year 20 I 6.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY R ESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS,

 SECTION 1:    That  Resolution  2015-20 which is known as the Budget Resolution  for the City of Johnson, for the year 2016 which reflected an estimate of revenues and expenditures for the city departments did not adequate ly meet the needs of those departments. The attached budget is hereby adopted as an amendment to the budget approved by Resolution  20I5-20.

SECTION 2:    The respective  amounts in the attached  Exhibit shall be and constitute the changes  to the  budget for the year 20 I 6 as was attached  to  Resolution 2015-20.

PASSED  AND APPROVED this 10 day of   January, 2017.

Chris Keeney                       --   Mayor           -

ATTEST:

 
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Municipa l/co  j Resolution  Amending  Budget 2017 010516

 
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Amended 2016 Budget

 
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Annual Budget

Jan 2016

                                                                                                     Dec 2016                                                                                                            

Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Tax Receipts

Franchise Taxes

115,000.00

Property Taxes

393,000.00

Property Taxes - Street

42,500.00

Sales Tax - City

575,500.00

Sales Tax - County

620,500.00

Turnback - State

50,000.00

Fines and Forfeitures

Court Costs - Act 1256

 

41,100.00

Fines

160,000.00

Restitution

5,600.00

Warrant  Service Charge

10,300.00

 

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

 

2,950.00

52,700.00

5,200.00

1.00

200.00

1,500.00

6,575.00

290.00

7,500.00

 

City Donations

 

100.00

Copy Charges

 

360.00

Grant Funding

 

34,650.00

Interest Earned

 

3,850.00

Johnson Festival

 

2,600.00

Misc Income  - General

 

1,680.00

Misc Income - Sales

 

645.00

Police Dept Donation

 

3,500.00

Rent - Post Office

 

8,400.00

Surplus Carryover

 

300,000.00

Trash Bags

 

3,100.00

 

Revenue

$2,449,301.00

 

Expenses

 

Gross   Profit--$-2.;_,44_9..;.,3_0_1_.-oo-

 

Police Department Expense

Cell Phone

Equip less $500 - Police Equip less $500 - vehicle Equip over $500 - Police Equip over $500 - Vehicle Fuel

General Expenses  < $500

Gross Wages Police LOPFI Funding Maintenance for equip PD Membership Dues PD Office Expense

 

2,050.00

1,500.00

925.00

3,385.00

5,080.00

17,000.00

1,800.00

502,500.00

50,000.00

50.00

100.00

12,000.00

 

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Amended 2016 Budget

 

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PD Safety  Equip PD Travel Expense

Police Dept Donation Police Overtime Wages Purchase  New PD Unit

Records Management System Ruling 8.1  Court Fee

Tower Rental Training

Uniforms Expense Vehicle Insurance Vehicle Maintenance

Administrative  Expense

S% State Construction Surcharg Admin Expense

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

Gross Wages - City

Land Purchase

Office Expenses - Admin Overtime  Wages-  City Petty Cash Expense Schematic  City Master Plan

Trans to Street - Property Tax Transportation Allowance Trash Bags

Travel Expenses Unemployment Fee

Fire Department Expense

Fire Truck Insurance JAVFD Contribution JAVFD Vehicle Expense

Court Expense

Court  Clerk Training Court Office Expense Court Office Overtime Gross Wages Court Office Gross Wages Dist. Judge

Benefits Expense

APERS Expense

City Match - 401 K Plan Medical Insurance Medicare - Employers One Time  Pay Increase

Social Security - Employers Workers  Comp Insurance

General Expense

 

Annual Budget

Jan 2016

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1,330.00

2,530.00

5,750.00

7,100.00

15,400.00

13,500.00

4,200.00

3,200.00

5,550.00

9,500.00

3,350.00

12,300.00

3,105.00

775.00

2,875.00

1.00

1.00

225,000.00

111,800.00

23,650.00

500.00

105.00

1.00

44,330.00

3,600.00

5,445.00

410.00

5,000.00

1,850.00

277,500.00

50.00

350.00

4,150.00

1.00

116,500.00

13,710.00

2,000.00

13,000.00

91,500.00

12,650.00

3,900.00

54,000.00

14,595.00

 

Animal  Impound Fees

200.00

Bldg & Equip Maint

10,250.00

Election Fee

2,125.00

Fire Hydrant Rental

2,325.00

Hazmat

1,300.00

 
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Amended  2016 Budget

 

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Insurance - Property Misc Expenses

Transfer to Street - Misc/Fund Utilities Expense

Professional  Services Expense

Engineering for 56th Street 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

 

Annual Budget

Jan 2016

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2,010.00

1.00

100,000.00

25,000.00

1.00

12,620.00

2,900.00

1.00

17,600.00

41,230.00

32,100.00

4,500.00

18,200.00

 

Erner  Medical Serv

28,400.00

Membership Dues

3,900.00

ORT Fair Share Contribution

5,000.00

Solid Waste District Contribut

3,775.00

Park Expense

 

Park Expense

3,360.00

Park Expense -  Restroom

1,110.00

Repair/ Maintenance Expense

Trail  System Expenses

16,125.00

Advertising & Promotion Expens

e

Advertising

3,800.00

Johnson Festival

2,050.00

Public Relations

1,175.00

Expenses--$2,053,512.00

Revenue Less Expenditures             $395,789.00

Net Change  in Fund Balance           $.,..._93_.    5_,=7s_9 0_0-

 

 

Fund Balances

Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance

 

0.00

395,789.00

0.00

 

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Amended 2016 Budget

 

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Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Tax Receipts

 

Annual Budget

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Expenses

Labor Expense

Gross Wages - Street

 

Revenue               ....$.;.4._5...6.;,..2._0_5._00 Gross Profit                                 $456,205.00

 

 

 

Property Taxes - Street

44,350.00

Turnback - State - Street

221,575.00

Other Revenue

Grant Funding

10,000.00

Interest Earned

280.00

Surplus Carryover

80,000.00

Transfer from Gen Fund - Gener

100,000.00

 

96,400.00

 

Street Wages Overtime

Benefits Expense

 

1,150.00

 

City Match - 401 K Plan

1,660.00

Medical Insurance

14,250.00

Medicare - Employers

1,430.00

One Time Pay Increase

880.00

Social Security - Employers

60,100.00

Uniforms - Street

1,200.00

General Expense

 

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Electric - Street Lights

22,400.00

Fuel - Street Vehicles

5,900.00

Signal Maintenance

2,450.00

Street Cell Phone

1,000.00

Street  Equipment Replacement

22,000.00

Street Shop Misc

1,400.00

Street Signs

525.00

Street Sweeping

2,260.00

Vehicle Insurance - Street

2,155.00

Repair/ Maintenance Expense

Equipment  Maintenance

8,800.00

Street Repairs & Maint

26,000.00

Winter Chat

100.00

 

Expenses                                           $272,060.00 Revenue Less Expenditures           ....$.;.1._8..4..;,..1._45.00 Net Change in Fund Balance                                           $184,145.00

Fund Balances

 

Beginning  Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance

 

0.00

184,145.00

0.00

 

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Amended 2016 Budget

 

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Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Fines and Forfeitures

Court Costs - Act 1256

 

Annual Budget

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86,384.00

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Revenue                    $,8:_6:..,.3.,8_ 4.00

 

 

Expenses

Other Expense

 

Gross Profit               $86,384.00

 

Court Cost - General Fund

41,867.00

Court Costs - Dept. of Fin

16,034.00

Court Costs - LOPFI (Johnson)

6,256.00

Court Costs - WA County

22,227.00

Expenses

$86,384.00

 

 

Fund Balances

Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance

 

0.00

0.00

0.00

 

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Amended 2016 Budget

 

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Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Fines and Forfeitures

No Ins Fine/Act 988

Other Revenue

Surplus Carryover

 

Annual Budget

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30,450.00

40,000.00

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Revenue               $70,450.00

 

 

Expenses

 

Gross Profit                     $_7_0_,-4S_O   o o

 

Expenses                   $...6.;.6...,.;3._0_0._00

 

Police Department Expense

 
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Purchase New PD Unit                                           66,300.00

Revenue Less Expenditures                                                                ...$.;.4....,;1._5_0._00 Net Change in Fund Balance                                                                             $4,150.00

 

Fund Balances

 

Beginning Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance

 

0.00

4,150.00

0.00

 

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Amended  2016 Budget

 

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Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Other Revenue

Court Auto Fee Surplus Carryover

Expenses

Other Expense

 

Annual Budget

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14,060.00

9,000.00

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Revenue               $23,060.00 Gross Profit---$ 2-3.;..,0_6_0_.0_0

 

 
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Court Automation                                              16,895.00

Expenses               $16,895.00

Revenue Less Expenditures                                                                 $6.,;1..65.00 Net Change in Fund Balance                                                               $6,165.00

Fund Balances

 

Beginning  Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending  Fund Balance

 

0.00

6,165.00

0.00

 

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Amended  2016 Budget

 

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Revenue & Expenditures

Revenue

Fines and Forfeitures

Court Costs - Act 1256

Other Revenue

 

Annual Budget

Jan 2016

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6,256.00

 

Interest Earned                                                        81.00

LOPFI FUNDING                                               50,000.00

Trans Employee Contribution                         12,750.00

Revenue               $69,087.00

 

 

Expenses

Benefits Expense

 

Gross Profit      

 

$,....6"""'9,....,0.,....8,....7--.0--0.,..

 

 
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Retirement Expense                                         79,235.00

Expenses---$79,235.00

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Revenue Less Expenditures                                                              ($10,148.00) NeCthange in Fund Balance            ($10,148.00)

Fund Balances

 

Beginning  Fund Balance

Net Change in Fund Balance Ending Fund Balance

 

0.00

(10,148.00)

0.00

 

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