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City of San Jose Neighborhoods Commission. Annual Caucus 2010 District 1. Agenda. Overview Work Plan FY2009-FY2010 Accomplishments Work Plan FY2010-2011 Outreach Open Forum Discussion & Q/A. Overview. 30 elected members (2008 )

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City of san jose neighborhoods commission

City of San JoseNeighborhoods Commission

Annual Caucus 2010

District 1


Agenda

Agenda

  • Overview

  • Work Plan FY2009-FY2010

  • Accomplishments

  • Work Plan FY2010-2011

  • Outreach

  • Open Forum Discussion & Q/A


Overview

Overview

  • 30 elected members (2008)

    • Council District 2 - Saturday Sept. 11, 10 a.m. – noon Southside Community Center, 5585 Cottle Rd. San Jose, CA 95123

    • Council District 10 - Saturday Sept. 11, 10 a.m. – noon Almaden Community Center, 6445 Camden Ave. San Jose, CA 95120  

    • Council District 7 - Saturday Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – noonTully Branch Library, 880 Tully Rd. San Jose , CA 95111

  • District 1 Team

    Ed Brooks, Charles Jones, Lori Kahn

  • 2 Year Term (July 8, 2009 – July 2011)

  • Executive Team

    • Chair: Beth Sharfan-Mukai; Vice Chair: Mauricio Astacio

  • Sub-Committee and Chairs

    • Work Plan: Neetu Dhaliwal

    • Communication and Outreach: Matt Wahlin

    • Caucus: David Biagini

    • Budget: Charles Jones


Overview1

Overview

Study, review and evaluate issues, course of action and policies/programs affecting San Jose neighborhoods, and make recommendations to the City Council and the Mayor regarding such issues

Yearly Update to Each District


Work plan fy2009 fy2010

WORK PLAN FY2009-FY2010

  • Budget Alignment

    Integration and alignment of neighborhood priorities with the city budget priorities

  • Communication and Outreach

    Increase the ability of neighborhood associations to better communicate with the city and each other

  • Civic Engagement

    Increase the ability of San Jose residents to better understands and participate in the city government


Accomplishments

Accomplishments

City Services Prioritization Project -Reduce/Eliminate Services

Prioritizing 550 City Services

Community Results

  • Safe City

  • Prosperous Economy

  • Green, Sustainable City

  • Attractive, Vibrant Community

  • Reliable, Well Maintained Infrastructure

    Governance Results

  • High-Performing, Transparent


Accomplishments1

Accomplishments

One Year Neighborhood Officer Rotation

Recommendation to Mayor and City Council

Current Policy

  • 6 month police officer rotation policy

    Recommendation

  • To add in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the city of San Jose and police officers a 1 year police officer rotation policy


City of san jose neighborhoods commission

Accomplishments

Budget Recommendation Letter to Mayor and City Council

  • 2010 budget priorities

  • Revenue Growth

  • Alternative Service Delivery

  • Address Structural Issues


City of san jose neighborhoods commission

Workload

Category Sum of Hours

Training 33

By-Laws 9

Committee Meetings 43

Issue Consolidation 12

Service Budget Prioritization 506

Policing Issues and Recommendation 26

Caucus Outreach and Planning 66

Communication and Outreach 156

Other related issue 139

Grand Total 990

33

9

43

12

506

26

66

156

139


Work plan fy2010 fy2011

Work Plan FY2010 – FY2011

  • Budget Alignment

    Integration and alignment of neighborhood priorities with the city budget priorities

  • Communication and Outreach

    Increase the ability of neighborhood associations to better communicate with the city and each other

  • Civic Engagement

    • City Policy 6-30

      Increase the ability of San Jose residents to better understands and participate in the city government.

      Public outreach procedures required for the land use development process, including a detailed community notification process

    • City Wide Tree Regulation

      Maintenance, Planting andResponsibility


City of san jose neighborhoods commission

Outreach

  • Groups/Organizations to be included

  • Invitation to your meeting

  • How many times would you like to meet with us to inform us of the issues

  • Our meeting schedule – open for community input

    • Commission Meeting – 2nd Wed 6:30 – 9:00 (City Wings Room 118)

    • WP Sub Committee Meeting – 3rd Tues 6:00 -7:00 (T549)

    • Executive Committee Meeting – 3rd Tues 7:00 – 8:00 (T549)

    • Caucus Sub Committee Meeting – TBD

    • Communications & Out Reach Meeting – 4th Wed 7- 8pm

    • Budget Sub Committee - TBD


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Open Forum Discussion/Q&A

  • Q&A

  • Burning Issues


District 1

District 1

Thank You


Backup

Backup


City services prioritization project budget shortfall 116 million by the end of 2010

City Services Prioritization Project Budget shortfall $116 million by the end of 2010

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Identified Three Major strategies to overcome shortfall

  • Reduce Per Employee cost

  • Reduce/eliminate services

  • Increased/new revenue

    Council’s Recommendations

  • Reduce per employee cost

  • Increased/new Revenue

  • Operational efficiencies, alternative service delivery models


City services prioritization project task

City Services Prioritization Project Task

  • Departments Score their Programs

  • Review Teams Validate the Department Program Scores

  • Determine Weight of Results

  • Produce Program Rankings

  • Review and Discuss Results with Mayor, City Council, Employees, Neighborhood, Labor, and Business Leaders


City services prioritization project high performing transparent government key recommendations

City Services Prioritization Project High performing, Transparent Government Key Recommendations

  • Consolidate Employee Training & Talent Development and Worker’s Compensation Program

  • Eliminate/Consolidate General Employee Tuition and Employee Recognition Programs

  • Copy Center and Interoffice Mail Distribution - Self Service Model


City services prioritization project high performing transparent government key recommendations1

City Services Prioritization Project High performing, Transparent Government Key Recommendations

Recommend Outsourcing Services

  • Product design/development and Support for IT related services

  • Ad-hoc services

    Recommend restructuring of city departments or the following functions:

  • Personnel Administration / Information Technology / Human Resources / Training or Personal Development

  • Strategy and Planning/ Procurement / Budget and Resource Management


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