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City of Glendale Budget Hearing June 11, 2013. FY 2013-14 Budget Hearing Agenda. FY 2013-14 Budget Hearing Budget Process Recap. May 7, Budget Study Session #1 FY 2012-13 Update & Year End Projection Budget Preview Organizational Profile, Council Priorities, Dashboards & KPI’s

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City of Glendale

Budget Hearing

June 11, 2013

fy 2013 14 budget hearing budget process recap
FY 2013-14 Budget HearingBudget Process Recap
  • May 7, Budget Study Session #1
    • FY 2012-13 Update & Year End Projection
    • Budget Preview
    • Organizational Profile, Council Priorities, Dashboards & KPI’s
  • May 14, Budget Study Session #2
    • FY 2013-14 Budget & Five Year Forecast
    • Revenues & Fees
  • May 21, Budget Study Session #3
    • Workers Compensation & Liability Insurance Funds
    • Revenue & Fees Follow-Up
    • Capital Improvement Program
  • May 28, Budget Study Session #4
    • Budget Process Recap
    • General Fund Recap
    • Budget Overview
    • Department Budget Presentations
  • June 11, Budget Hearing
  • June 25, Budget Adoption
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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingCouncil Priorities (1 of 4)

  • City Council Priorities
    • Council sets the tone
    • Set framework & establish vision
    • Must be long-range yet tied to community needs
  • Department Strategic Goals
    • Handful of strategic goals that departments must achieve and which define a “successful year”
      • How do we define “success”?
    • Identify innovative, value-added “stretch” goals – Raise the bar!
  • Key Performance Indicators
    • Tactical measures of a department’s effectiveness
      • Helps ensure that the day-to-day tasks are completed as well
    • Look at “how” and “how well”, as well as “what” and “why”
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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingCity Council Priorities (2 of 4)

  • Fiscal Responsibility: We must be structurally balanced, realistic in our assumptions and prudent in our expenditures
  • Exceptional Customer Service: We must be empathetic problem-solvers, exhibiting respect and a sincere desire to aid our residents and customers
  • Safe & Healthy Community: Protection of life and property is a foundational mission for this organization. We will offer assistance to anyone in need, and do so with respect and dignity
  • Economic Vibrancy: This is our business plan, to attract investment and grow new revenue and opportunities for Glendale
  • Infrastructure & Mobility: Public infrastructure in all its forms is part of our legacy and part of the public trust; we must find ways to improve it for Glendale’s next generation of leaders
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FY 2013-14 Budget Hearing City Council Priorities (3 of 4)

  • Informed & Engaged Community: An informed public makes better policy. We will combat cynicism with knowledge and we will combat apathy with a genuine desire to listen
  • Balanced, Quality Housing: Ensuring safe, sanitary and decent housing is elemental to building an engaged citizenry. At the same time, we will ensure that neighborhoods are protected and their quality of life is unimpeded
  • Community Services & Facilities: Offering safe, clean and interesting opportunities for our residents to recreate and relax, which are important to their health and wellbeing
  • Arts & Culture: We value the whole person, and we hope to inspire our residents and businesses with thoughtful investments in the arts and cultural efforts
  • Environmental Sustainability: Preserving natural resources may be a global endeavor, but Glendale will act locally to adopt progressive yet practical policies to protect our planet
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Principles of

Compensation Management

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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingPrinciples of Compensation Management (1 of 2)

  • The City shall seek to balance the Council priorities of Fiscal Responsibility and Exceptional Customer Service by attracting and employing quality city personnel within a sustainable financial structure.
  • All elements of employee compensation must be funded and secured, and based on the City’s ability to pay.
  • The City shall periodically endeavor to calibrate compensation for classifications at the average of comparable cities in the defined market. However, the City may establish select compensation classifications more competitively within the market, based on department mission, program priority, and market forces.
  • In addition to consideration of market comparisons, the City shall also endeavor to analyze internal organizational equity within comparable job classifications and amongst the respective bargaining units.
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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingPrinciples of Compensation Management (2 of 2)

  • Merit compensation increases and/or bonus consideration shall be based solely on employee performance and on the City’s ability to pay in a non-discriminatory fashion.
  • In order to sustain the defined-benefit model, employees shall participate in funding retirement costs to the maximum extent possible.
  • The City’s PERS program participation will reflect sustainable actuarial horizons.
  • The City’s total General Fund workforce costs should not exceed 75% of net operating expenses on an annual basis.
  • The City’s total management costs should not exceed 25% of its total personnel costs, ensuring a trim and efficient organizational structure.
  • Employee time accruals will be monitored and utilized to ensure that separating employees’ payouts are minimized.
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FY 2013-14

General Fund Recap

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FY 2013-14 Budget Hearing

General Fund Proposed Resources & Appropriations

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FY 2013-14

Summary of Appropriations

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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingSummary of Appropriations

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

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FY 2013-14 Budget HearingSummary of Personnel Changes

*Clean up of remaining vacant positions as a result of budget reduction strategies

summary of appropriations general fund 1 of 2
Summary of AppropriationsGeneral Fund (1 of 2)

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

summary of appropriations general fund 2 of 2
Summary of AppropriationsGeneral Fund (2 of 2)

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

summary of appropriations debt service funds
Summary of AppropriationsDebt Service Funds

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

summary of appropriations capital improvement funds
Summary of AppropriationsCapital Improvement Funds

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

summary of appropriations enterprise funds 1 of 2
Summary of AppropriationsEnterprise Funds (1 of 2)

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

summary of appropriations enterprise funds 2 of 2
Summary of AppropriationsEnterprise Funds (2 of 2)

*Adjusted for Balancing Strategies

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FY 2013-14 Budget Hearing Proposed CPI Adjustments

Note: CPI adjustment of 2% (Issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the year ending January 2013) applies to various departments/divisions as indicated in the attached FY2013-14 Proposed Citywide Fee Schedule

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Glendale Water & PowerProposed FY 2013-14 BudgetFund Recap

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Glendale Water & Power Electric Utility CIP Summary (In Thousands)

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FY 2013-14 BudgetBudget Calendar

June 11 – Budget Hearing

June 25 – Budget Adoption

November 19 – First Quarter Update

February 11 – Mid-year Update

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FY 2013-14 BudgetLooking Ahead

Review and update budget policies as needed

Revise and implement new purchasing policies & procedures

Develop expenditure control budget pilot program

Explore new revenue development

Update the rolling General Fund five year forecast

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FY 2013-14 BudgetConclusion
  • Fiscal stability is on the horizon
    • Focus on structural balance
  • Obligation to continue refining business processes
  • Good News/Bad News
    • Good News – Operational Balance, Economic Growth, Streamlined Organization
    • Bad News – No significant new money for recurring personnel costs, continued adaptation to organizational capacity, uncertainty from the State of California