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Ordinance #115

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDING OF
ORDINANCE NO. 109 FOR THE TOWN OF JOHNSON,
ARKANSAS; AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE PERIODS
BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1992, AND ENDING DECEMBER
31, 1992, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST;
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS/ the Town Council has been confronted with billing
in excess of the amount budgeted in Ordinance No. 109 and;
WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Town Council that the
budget accepted in Ordinance No. 109 requires an Amendment to
make appropriations for additional monies to enable the Town of
Johnson to provide appropriate revenues to cover deficits for the
year 1992.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of Johnson,
Arkansas,
SECTION 1: That Ordinance No. 109, which is known as the
Budget Ordinance for the Town of Johnson, for the year of 1992,
which reflected an estimate of revenues and expenditures does not
adequately meet the needs of the Town of Johnson at the present
time. Exhibit A reflects the budget contained in Ordinance No.
109. Exhibit B reflects all changes necessary to enable the Town
of Johnson to adequately meet their expenditure and appropriation
needs to conduct business.
SECTION 2: The respective amounts in Exhibit B, the amended
budget, reflect changes made in each line of item in Exhibit A.
THE EXHIBIT B BUDGET FOR 1992 IS HEREBY APPROVED BY THE TOWN
OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS.
SECTION 3: WHEREAS, it is necessary for the efficient
operation of municipal government that the budget approved in
Ordinance No. 109 be amended to allow for the effective running
of the Town of Johnson.
NOW THEREFORE, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and
this Ordinance made necessary for the preservation of public
peace, health, and safety, shall take effect and be in full force
from and after its passage and approval.

 

CITY OF JOHNSON
NOTES TO 1992 BUDGET
(1J Contingent on obtaining bid from postal service for building
''••' of Post Office. Income will be $320 per month.
(2) $3,000 to cover cost of tables and benches for pavilion and
other park improvements as needed.
(3) Court salaries and contract wages is budgeted for a 5%
maximum increase subject to councils discretion.
(4) Officers salaries is budgeted for a 5% maximum increase
subject to councils discretion. Also an allowance is
included for a 6 month review due in April,
(5) Clerical salaries are increased to allow for additional
clerical help if•" the work load is sufficient to warrant the
additional expense.
(6) Police assets includes $13,500.for a new police vehicle and
$3,960 for the equipment necessary to outfit it for police
use.