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Projected Budget Report

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Projected Budget Report
Local Government Name: City of Westland
Local Unit Code: 822310
Current Fiscal Year End Date: 6/30/2020
Fund Name: General Fund
REVENUES Current Year Budget FY ending June 30, 2020 Percentage Change Projected Budget Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2021 Assumptions
Property Taxes $ 28,825,176 2.5% % $ 29,545,805 Taxable value increase projected to increase slightly
Other Taxes $ 1,325,000 0.0% % $ 1,325,000 Refunds from TIFA and DDA remain constant
State Revenue Sharing $ 9,062,354 1.7% % $ 9,214,586 State Shared Revenue projected to increase slightly
Fines & Fees $ 6,000,000 1.0% % $ 6,060,000 Court Revenues to increase slightly
Charges For Services $ 1,048,494 1.0% % $ 1,058,779 Charges for Services projected to increase slightly
Licenses & Permits $ 1,749,187 0.9% % $ 1,765,529 Permits projected to increase slightly
Interest Income $ 325,000 -5.0% % $ 308,750 Interest Income projected to decrease due to lower interest rates
Public Safety $ 2,344,077 1.0% % $ 2,367,517 Public Safety revenues to increase slightly
Parks and Recreation $ 678,651 1.0% % $ 685,438 Parks & recreation revenues to increase slightly
Grant Revenues $ 2,074,618 38.5% % $ 2,873,383 Grant Revenues to increase Fire SAFER grant awarded for 3 years
Other Revenues $ 3,136,660 -4.3% % $ 3,000,703 Other revenue to decrease due to one time revenues expiring
Contribution From Other Sources $ 12,096,447 0.7% % $ 12,175,881 Contributions projected to increase slighly
Total Revenues $ 68,665,664 2.5% $ 70,381,371 Overall revenue a slight increase
EXPENDITURES
Legislative $ 130,445 1.0% % $ 131,719 Budget to increase slightly
18th District Court $ 3,924,162 -5.1% % $ 3,725,640 Bond Payment paid off during previous fiscal year.
Executive $ 576,876 2.5% % $ 591,515 Projected fringe benefits increase
City Clerk $ 786,548 -12.1% % $ 691,088 Previous years budget included additional monies for presidential election
Assessment $ 374,930 3.0% % $ 386,096 Contractual increase
CIS $ 949,686 0.7% % $ 956,421 Projected salary fringe benefits increase
Police & Fire Retirement $ 35,000 0.0% % $ 35,000 Budget to remain the same
Law $ 850,000 1.0% % $ 858,500 Budget to increase slightly
Personnel $ 364,361 2.0% % $ 371,519 Projected salary and fringe benefits increase
Finance $ 1,275,560 2.2% % $ 1,303,561 Projected salary and fringe benefits increase
City Hall & Grounds $ 451,051 1.0% % $ 455,562 Slight operating supply increase expected
General Government $ 9,279,600 5.5% % $ 9,791,877 Retiree health Insurance costs to Increase, increase in pension contribution
Police $ 19,682,653 2.5% % $ 20,179,172 Projected fringe benefits increase
Fire $ 13,993,936 10.2% % $ 15,428,303 Added 13 employees due to SAFER Grant and fringe benefit increase
Motor pool $ 671,907 1.1% % $ 679,035 Projected fringe benefits increase
Highway Maintenance $ 1,633,714 2.0% % $ 1,666,855 Projected fringe benefits increase
Neighborhood Services 602,092 0.0% % $ 602,213 Budget to increase slightly
Cable $ 465,196 1.0% % $ 469,848 slight increase in contract
Sanitation $ 4,296,092 2.8% % $ 4,417,326 Scheduled Increase in contract and increase in cost of recycling
Youth Assistance Program $ 951,405 1.0% % $ 960,919 Budget to increase slightly
EXPENDITURES Current Year Budget FY ending June 30, 2019 Percentage Change Projected Budget Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2020 Assumptions
Senior Resources $ 536,834 2.3% % $ 549,311 Projected salary fringe benefits increase
Parks and Recreation $ 774,308 -18.6% % $ 630,051 Projected decrease due to expiring contract parks & rec master plan update
Golf Course $ 358,444 1.3% % $ 363,002 Slight increase expected
Ice Arena $ 345,488 1.0% % $ 348,942 Slight increase expected
Housing $ 725,050 4.7% % $ 759,412 Projected salary fringe benefits increase
Building $ 1,338,120 -3.6% % $ 1,289,442 small decrease expected in contractual service
Economic Development $ 418,708 5.6% % $ 442,285 Projected salary fringe benefits increase
Historical Commission $ 18,350 1.0% % $ 18,534 Slight increase expected
Planning $ 176,006 1.6% % $ 178,838 Projected increases fringe benefits
Community Development $ 645,034 1.7% % $ 655,972 Projected increases fringe benefits
Insurance & Bonds $ 1,700,000 1.0% % $ 1,717,000 Premium increase expected
Total Expenditures $ 68,331,556 3.4% % $ 70,654,958 Increase of just over 3%, mainly due to salary and fringe benfit increases.
Net Revenues (Expenditures) $ 334,108 % $ (273,587) and increase in fire personnel due to the Fire SAFER grant.
Beginning Fund Balance $ 9,080,579 % $ 9,414,687
Ending Fund Balance $ 9,414,687 % $ 9,141,100
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