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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


FY 2013/14 Revenue Projections


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


Sanitation fund revenue by type

Water Fund – revenue by type

Sanitation Fund – revenue by type


Stormwater fund revenue by type

Sewer Fund – revenue by type

Stormwater Fund – revenue by type



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…….


Northwest Quadrant February and March 2013

Northeast Quadrant

Southeast Quadrant

Southwest Quadrant


Total Results February and March 2013

All Quadrants


Budget Awareness Town Hall Results February and March 2013

  • 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.


2013 Citizen Survey Findings February and March 2013

  • 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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