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CITY OF HALLANDALE BEACH. Department Requested Revenues And Overview of Budget Awareness Town Hall Meeting Quadrant Results FY 2013-2014. FY 2013/14 Revenue Projections. General Fund Ad Valorem proceeds assumes 3% Taxable Value growth at the current millage rate of 5.6833

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CITY OF HALLANDALE BEACH

Department Requested Revenues

And

Overview of Budget Awareness Town Hall Meeting Quadrant Results

FY 2013-2014

revenue highlights

General Fund

    • Ad Valorem proceeds assumes 3% Taxable Value growth at the current millage rate of 5.6833
    • Minor fluctuations in Utility Service taxes, Franchise fees, and CST
    • Fire Assessment remains at $145 per year (residential)
    • Significant increase (+$466k) in plan review fees (General and Fire) due to anticipated construction projects
    • Red Light Violation revenues continue to decline (-$50k)
    • Consolidation of building permit fee structure and accounts
    • Fee revisions in Planning & Zoning and Parks & Recreation
    • Filing Fees/Lien Search revenue increased $50k due to volume projections
REVENUE HIGHLIGHTS
revenue highlights1

Sanitation

    • No rate change recommended
  • Water
    • Increase due to projected impact fees associated with construction projects
    • No rate change recommended
  • Stormwater
    • No rate change recommended
  • Sewer
    • Increase due to projected impact fees associated with construction projects
    • No rate change recommended
REVENUE HIGHLIGHTS
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The City conducted 4 Budget Awareness Town Hall Meetings in February and March 2013

  • Citizens were presented with the 9 strategic priorities the City Commission had adopted at their visioning workshop

Local Jobs

Civil and Respectful Government

Quality Economic Development

Vibrant Destination

Functional/Affordable Infrastructure

Operational Excellence

Safety, Security, Comfort

Quality of Life and Services

Cohesive Visual Appeal

  • They were given 3 dots and were asked to select their top three priorities
  • The results are as follows…….
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Northwest Quadrant

Northeast Quadrant

Southeast Quadrant

Southwest Quadrant

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Total Results

All Quadrants

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Budget Awareness Town Hall Results

  • Top Three Strategic Priorities:
  • Safety, Security, Comfort
    • Implementation of enhanced policing practices to increase visibility and ensure positive interaction with residents and business owners.
    • Evaluate the value of a “pet friendly city” Program.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of the red light traffic camera program.
  • Quality of Life and Services
    • Improve the City’s recycling Program.
    • Continued Investment in Schools.
  • Local Jobs
    • Small business and resident-friendly permitting, inspections, deposits and fees.
    • Reduced Transaction time.
    • Priority Utilization of local businesses and residents for contracts and subcontracts, jobs and work from developers.
    • Tangible community benefit for all development projects.
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2013 Citizen Survey Findings

  • Emphasis for Hallandale Beach over the next 2 years:
  • Overall flow of traffic in the City
  • City’s efforts to prevent crime
  • Visibility and frequency of police in neighborhoods
  • City’s stormwater drainage system
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