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Quarterly Performance Report 08-05-14

Quarterly Performance Report 08-05-14

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Carmel City Council Agenda Item, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Carmel City Council Agenda Item, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea

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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California Quarterly Performance Report Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Presented to the City Council  August 5, 2014
August 5, 2014 Regular City Council Meeting Page 62
 
 FOURTH QUARTER This report provides a quarterly update of the City’s Key Initiatives as well as a current look at our fiscal, operational and capital projects based on the adopted fiscal year 2013-2014 operating plan and budget. The fourth quarter ended June 30, 2014. Information on where things stand with Key Initiatives and additional fiscal reporting can be found here. The financial summary, departmental summaries, and status of capital projects remain as sections of this report. Key Initiatives: The City Council adopted the 2014 Key Initiatives at the start of the fiscal third quarter for calendar year 2014. You can find the status of each on Pages 3 - 7 of this report. The city is progressing on each of the 2014 Key Initiatives that the City Council adopted in January with certain initiatives funded and undertaken as part of the fiscal year 2014-2015 operating plan and budget. Financial summary: General Fund revenue received is at 97.35 percent as of June 30, 2014 with additional revenue of $1.4 million anticipated but not yet received. Revenues are explained in more detail on page 8 of this report. General fund expenditures are at 97.23 percent, slightly below budget, as of June 30, 2014 with less than an additional $450,000 accrued expenditures anticipated. Accounting for accrued revenues and expenditures, revenues are anticipated to be at 105.71% of budget and expenditures at 99.93% for a projected year end surplus of approximately $1 million. Department summary: The highlights of each city department’s activities can be found on Pages 9-18. In each of these summaries you will find notable budget variances, performance data, activity, and key trends. Reported performance measures reflect those that were included in the operating plan and budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Capital projects: Starting on Page 19, we have included a summary of the funded fiscal year 2013-2014 capital projects. Work progressed on all funded projects. Eleven projects are complete.
Summary of Report
August 5, 2014 Regular City Council Meeting Page 63
 
 
Develop a comprehensive list of parking solutions and implement solutions in accordance with Parking Management Plan priorities and goals.
 
In 2013 staff completed an analysis of the state of the City’s public parking. The City Council provided parking management policy goals and guidance at its meeting of December 3, 2013 and subsequently adopted this 2014 Key Initiative. 2014 activities include implementation of various parking solutions in accordance with City Council goals and guidance. A parking management plan was developed based on input from the public and presented at the April 1 City Council meeting. The plan includes recommended policies and technology that are responsive to the needs of the public and parking options that provide value and service to our visitors, employees, business owners, and residents. As a follow up to the recommended policies, a timeline to implement the following polices was presented and approved by council at the May 6, 2014 City Council meeting. 1)
 
Extend current permitted parking enforcement time from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. This change was implemented on July 1st. 2)
 
Provide more convenient and attractive parking options for employees by allowing unrestricted parking at the Sunset Center north lot, and eliminating time restrictions along Junipero Street between 3rd and 6th including the center medians. This change is anticipated to be implemented on August 4. 3)
 
Implement a paid parking multi-space pilot program on both sides of Ocean Ave between Junipero Ave and Monte Verde Street. This change is anticipated to be implemented on October 13th.
Maintain a leadership role in developing a long-term solution to the region’s water supply and develop additional local water conservation and water supply alternatives.
 
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Mayor Burnett serves as President of the Monterey Peninsula Regional Water Authority (MPRWA). The goal of the MPRWA is to find a solution to the Peninsula Water Shortage due to the over-drafting of the Carmel River. A test well for the desalination plant portion of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project is in the permitting process with the City of Marina. Ground Water Replenishment is another component of a water solution
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work continues on issues such as the source water negotiations, the drought
2014 Key Initiatives
August 5, 2014 Regular City Council Meeting Page 64

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