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Memorandum

DATE TO

September 7, 2012 The Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council FY 2012-13 Budget Amendments

CITY OF DALLAS

SUBJECT

th, On Monday, September 10 amendments to the FY 2012-13 proposed budget will be considered during your budget workshop. Attached are amendments received as of noon on Friday, September As part of the amendment process, straw votes will be taken and those approved will be incorporated into the FY 2012-13 budget ordinances for adopti on on th September 19 th, As a reminder, on August 30 Council was advised of additional revenue identified for FY 2012th 13 that was not included in the City Managers Proposed Budget on August 13 The additional revenue is from electric franchise fees in the amount of $329,440.

Plse contact me if you have any questions or require additional information.


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Mary l. Sijhm City Manager


C: Thomas P. Perkins, Jr., City Attorney

Rosa Rios, City Secretary Craig Kinton, City Auditor A.C. Gonzalez, First Assistant City Manager Ryan S. Evans, Assistant City Manager Jill A. Jordan, P.E., Assistant City Manager Forest Turner, Assistant City Manager ioey Zapata, Assistant City Manager ieanne Chipperfield, Chief Financial Officer Stephanie Cooper, Assistant to the City Manager Jack Ireland, Director, Office of Financial Services

Dallas

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FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMemberAllen SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

200,000 TotalSourceofFunds 200,000

UseofFunds CollaboratewithUnitedWaytoleveragefreetaxpreparation,viathe VoluntaryIncomeTaxAssistance(VITA)Program,toincreasethe numberofworkingfamilieswhoclaimtheearnedincometaxcredit

200,000

TotalUseofFunds 200,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMemberKadane SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

320,523 TotalSourceofFunds 320,523

UseofFunds Libraryadjustthehoursofoperationforallbranchlibraries

320,523

TotalUseofFunds 320,523

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMembersCaraway,Davis(supportsasteriskonly),Alonzo, Jasso,Margolin,andMedrano(signaturenotincludedonmemo) SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

320,000 TotalSourceofFunds 320,000

UseofFunds *ParkandRecreationDepartmentexpandaquaticcentershours, increasingoperationfrom2daysperweekto5atthefollowing facilities:SamuellGrand,H.R.Moore,BonnieView,Glendale,andExline 220,000 OfficeofCulturalAffairsoperatingandprojectsupporttoarts/cultural organizations

100,000

TotalUseofFunds 320,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMemberMargolin SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

100,000 TotalSourceofFunds 100,000

UseofFunds OfficeofCulturalAffairsoperatingandprojectsupporttoarts/cultural organizations

100,000

TotalUseofFunds 100,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMembersAtkins,Jasso,Davis,andCaraway SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

50,000 TotalSourceofFunds 50,000

UseofFunds OfficeofCulturalAffairsculturalandartsprogramming

50,000

TotalUseofFunds 50,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMembersAtkins,Jasso,Caraway,Hill,Davis,Kadane,andAllen SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

50,000 TotalSourceofFunds 50,000

UseofFunds DallasSummerMusicals

50,000 TotalUseofFunds 50,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMemberHill SourceofFunds FranchiseFeeOncor

10,000 TotalSourceofFunds 10,000

UseofFunds AfricanAmericanMuseum

10,000 TotalUseofFunds 10,000

FY201213BudgetAmendment SubmittedbyCouncilMemberHill SourceofFunds JudiciaryNoadditionalfundingisrequired.Thetwofulltimepositions willbepaidfromfundscurrentlyallocatedforassociatepay.Associates areutilizedandpaidonlyonan"asneeded"basis. TotalSourceofFunds

UseofFunds JudiciaryAdd2fulltimeand1associatepositiontotheMunicipal CourtJudiciarystaffandpersonsassignedtothosepositionsshallbe CherylWilliams(fulltime),TimGonzalez(fulltime)andRuthLogan (associate). TotalUseofFunds

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FY 2012-13 Budget Amendments Submitted by Councilmember Jerry Allen

Source of Funds: Oncors Franchise Fee Revenue Total Sources of Funds

$200,000
$200,000

Use of Funds:

$200,000

Collaborate with United Way to leverage free tax preparation, via the Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program, to increase the number of working families who claim the Earned Income Tax Credit. Total Use of Funds $200,000

Sincerely,

Jerry Allen

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Memorandum

CITY OF DALLAS August 30, 2012 Honorable Members of the Budget. Finance, & Audit Committee: Jerry R. Allen (Chair). Tennell Atkins (Vice Chair), Monica R, Alonzo, Scott Griggs, Ann Margolin
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Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): A Major Financial Benefit to Low Income Families On Tuesday, September 4, 2012. at the Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee meeting. you will be briefed on Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): A Major Financial Benefit to Low Income Families. Please see the briefing material attached. Please contact me if you need additional information.

Ryanvans Assistant City Manager


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Edward Scoff, City Controller


Stephanie Pegues-Cooper. Assistant to the City Manager

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Memorandum

CITY OF DALLAS
DATE

September 5, 2012 Mary Suhm, City Manager FY 2012-2013 Budget Amendment In light of the increase in revenue, in the amount of $329,440, provided by Oncors franchise fee, I offer the following amendment: Adjust the hours of operation for all branch libraries as follows: Tuesdays from Noon 8:00pm Wednesdays from 10:OOam7:OOpm Thursdays from Noon 8:00pm

Currently, each branch closes at 6:00pm on one of these days and is open until 8:00pm on the other two evenings. This amendment will extend the 6:00pm closing time to 7:00pm for each library and comes at a cost of $320,523. The hours at both DISD co-locations (Arcadia Park and Hampton-Illinois) would not change. These branches would still close at 5:00pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Additionally, Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday hours would remain unchanged at all locations.

Sheffield Kadane Council member, District 9

Dallas. The City That Works: Diverse, Vibrant and Progressive.

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Memorandum

CITY OF DALLAS

DATE:

September 5, 2012

TO:

Mary K. Suhm, City Manager


FY 2012-2013 Budget

SUBJECT:

Source of Funds Additional Franchise Fees

$320,000

Oncor $220,000

Use of Funds Expanded Aquatic Centers Hours Increase operations from two (2) days per week to five (5) at the following facilities: o Samuell Grand o H.R. Moore o Bonnie View o Glendale o Exline
Increase OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS / Operating and Project Support to Arts/Cultural Organizations

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Rosa Rios, City Secretary Thomas P. Perkins, City Attorney Craig Kinton, City Auditor Daniel Solis, Administrative Judge AC. Gonzalez, First Assistant City Manager

Forest E. Turner, Assistant City Manager Joey Zapata, Assistant City Manager Jeanne Chipperfield, Chief Financial Officer Frank Librio, Public Information Office Jill A. Jordan, P.E., Assistant City Manager

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Budget Amendment Submitted by: Ann Margolin Increase the OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS! Operating and Project Support to Arts/Cultural Organizations budget by $100,000 to be taken from the $329,440 in new revenue.

Ann Margolin

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Memorandum

DATE TO

September 5, 2012 Mary K. Suhm City Manager Budget Amendments FY2012-2013

CITY OF DALLAS

SUBJECT

Cultural & Arts Programming

SOURCE OF FUNDS Franchise Fees ONCOR

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CITY OF DALLAS
DATE TO

September 5, 2012 Mary K. Suhm, City Manager The Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council Amendments to the FY 12-13 Proposed Budget

Subject

We would like to propose the following amendment to the FY 12-13 Proposed City Managers Budget: Allocate an additional $50,000 to Dallas Summer Musicals from the Funding Source: ONCOR Franchise fee of)329, 440. This would leave a balance of ee 4 $329,390 in the ONCOR Franchise budget. If you have any questions, eeI free toontact me.
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Memorandum

CITY OF DALLAS
DATE

August3o,2012 Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council FY 2012-2013 Budget

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Council Member Proposed Amendments

The revenue projections are finalized in late July for inclusion in the City Managers Proposed Budget presented in mid-August. At the end of August, updated revenue reviews are prepared. The only revenue projection change is Oncors franchise fee th 3 City Managers revenue; which has been increased by $329,440 from the August 1 Proposed Budget. Council Members should identify any possible uses of funds from the additional revenue. If any information is needed, please let me know as soon as possible. The remaining schedule through adoption of the FY 2012-13 budget is outlined below:
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First Reading of the budget ordinance.

th Thursday, September 6 Council proposed budget amendments should be submitted to the City Manager by Thursday, September 6 in order to have the FY 2012-13 budget finalized. Proposed amendments should be balanced with use of funds equally offset by source of funds. If an expense is added, it is necessary to reduce another expense or increase revenue in an equal amount.

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Proposed Council amendments will be distributed to all

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Amendment Workshop and straw votes on all

Wednesday, September 1 9 Second Reading of the budget ordinance and vote taken to approve FY 2012-13 budget.

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DATE TO SUBJECT

September 7, 2012 Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council Follow up to Budget Workshop

CITY OF DALLAS

Attached please find the second set of responses to questions asked during the August 3 l briefing on the Proposed Budget for FY 201 2-1 3. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Mary K. Suhrn City Manager

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Thomas P. Perkins, Jr., City Attorney Rosa Rios, City Secretary Craig Kinton, City Auditor AC. Gonzalez, First Assistant City Manager Ryan Evans, Assistant City Manager Jill A. Jordan, P.E., Assistant City Manager

Forest E. Turner, Assistant City Manager Joey Zapata, Assistant City Manager Jeanne Chipperfield, Chief Financial Officer Stephanie Cooper, Assistant to the City Manager Jack Ireland, Director, Office of Financial Services

Dallas, The City That Works: Diverse, Vibrant And Progressive

FY 2012-13 CMO Proposed Annual Budget City Council Questions August 13, 2012

1)

Provide information on the Citys support of Dallas Summer Musical. The Office of Cultural Affairs has a current long-term facility agreement for the Fair Park Music Hall with DSM Management Group, Inc (DSM). No rent is collected from DSM for the use of the Music Hall. The Fair Park Music Hall Lease agreement is for a 20-year term (July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2029) with four five-year renewal options after the initial term (lease approved 5/13/2009, resolution 09-1226). Per the agreement, DSM is required to maintain a maintenance account and deposit 8% of the gross food and beverage sales, to be used by DSM for major maintenance of the facility. In FY12, the amount deposited in the maintenance account was $17,011 and the current balance is $66,444. No projects were undertaken by DSM in FY12 to use these funds. DSM is also required to maintain an operating account and deposit the amount collected in the $2.50 per ticket facility fee and a sum of $100,000 annually in this account and use the funds for operating expenses (utilities, etc.). In FY12, facility fees collected totaled $371,804. Operating expenses for FY12 totaled $1,899,520. DSM retains all the rental fees, event fees, and any other revenue generated by the Fair Park Music Hall. DSM can use the revenue generated by the building to cover operating expenses.

Parking revenue is deposited into the Fair Park Improvement Fund. Funds are used for repairs and maintenance at Fair Park including parking lots. The Park Department provides grounds maintenance, perimeter security and parking lot maintenance for the Music Hall at no charge to DSM. In an effort to expedite the load-in of each performance, the usual Fair Park parking fee of $10.00 per vehicle is not collected at the gate from Dallas Summer Musical patrons. In lieu of the patron paying a parking fee, there is a parking agreement whereby DSM pays the City parking contractor a $1.00 per person parking fee based on the number of persons who actually attend (drop count) each performance. The City parking contractor provides off duty traffic police and parking attendants at a fixed cost for each event. The cost of the police and attendants is then subtracted from the total parking revenue for each Dallas Summer Musical event and the City receives the net, less sales taxes. The Park Department does not track cost for grounds maintenance, perimeter security or parking lot maintenance specifically for the Music Hall. Below is revenue received from the Music Hall drop counts for FY11 and the estimated revenue for FY12. The Citys share of the funds is for the repair and maintenance of facilities, including all the parking lots in Fair Park. The drop count is $1.00 per attendee.

Music Hall Parking

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Less Tax (9,458)

Net 114,641 141,582

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124,099 153,262

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FY 2011-2012 YTD

(11,680)

(82,774)

2)

Provide information on the prior operation and decision to discontinue operation of the WDMC and MLK pay stations. Also, what would be the cost to restore the pay stations in FY13? The Utility Pay Stations were originally located at the centers due to limited access to banking services to local area residents, where many did not have bank accounts and would instead make payments with cash. As additional utilities entered into the marketplace, the primary providers (TXU and Lonestar) determined that they would no longer pay processing fees to the center for transactions made, thereby increasing costs to the Citys General Fund. To offset increased costs to the GF, staffing was reduced and fees were introduced to a wider customer base. Changes to services and more competition from the private sector resulted in fewer and fewer customers using the service. The annual cost to operate both utility pay stations for 6 hrs each day and 5 days a week is approximately $315,000.

3)

How many animal control officers are there now and how many are being added in FY13? Dallas Animal Services had 52 animal services officers budgeted in FY12. Two additional animal services officers are proposed in the FY13 budget.

4)

What additional funds would be needed in FY13 to restore five community pools from operating 2 days/week to 5 days/week for 10 weeks? An additional $220,000 is needed to increase the five pools from two days/week to five days/week.

5)

Provide a summary of FY13 changes that affect city employees. Uniform employees Meet and Confer Agreement with uniform employees o Eliminate Mandatory City Leave days o 3% across the board pay increase o Enhance education incentive pay o Add 2 uniform holidays Civilian employees o Eliminate Mandatory City Leave days o Reinstitute merit pay program (average 1.5%) o Implement phase one of pay adjustments identified as part of Total Compensation Study Employee Health Benefits no premium increase for employees o Expand Wellness Program

6)

What is proposed in FY13 for building inspection technology upgrades? Building Inspection Technology Improvement Planned for 2013 The overarching goals for Building Inspections Technology plan for calendar year 2013 is to improve customer service and enhance operational capabilities by increasing service offerings to the business community, replacing out-of-date and/or cumbersome systems, and leveraging online and mobile technology. The improvements include: Create two Express Plan Review Conference Rooms to offer customers the option to pay for an expedited review of their permit application o The conference rooms will be designed to allow multiple City Departments to collaborate with the customer in real-time onsite or remotely. o Install video, web and audio conferencing for vendors who are not local or not able to physically come onsite. Together, these features offer a rich toolset for collaboration including the ability to record the session which can be distributed or saved for later use. o The conference rooms will have multiple interactive whiteboards that connect to a computer and projector for better facilitation of the review practice on a big screen. Replace older, bulkier and slower laptops with iPad tablet computers capable of running field operation applications Leverage mobile-enabled applications to enhance field operations and customer service to better inform customers and businesses of their inspections and permitting applications Re-open Far North Dallas office to better service the community, which will include installing the standard network and wiring for telephone and data communications, print, email, and internet connection services. Implement a self-service kiosk at pay stations to allow repeat customers and contractors to pay for fees more conveniently. Implement an electronic document management system for digitizing Building Plans for better organizing, search and retrieval capabilities o This system will replace an end-of-life application that is no longer supported by the vendor o The system will integrate with scanning hardware and PC equipment o It offers web searches for public use Implement a system to support online submission and review of the permitting application process o The current process for obtaining a permit entails physical submission of documents from which a complex iteration of notes, markups, discussion, reviews, rejection, and then final approval are exchanged between customers and Building Inspection personnel and interCity departmental coordination as part of the internal review process. Throughout the review process, there are numerous email exchanges with large documents attached. A major challenge is managing all the notes and markups on the documents in addition to managing all the different changes on the document itself. o The new system will reduce cycle time for managing permitting application process by enabling and tracking online submissions and reviews o It allows customers to submit their application online along with ability to attach documents o The system will be able to handle all of the industry standard file formats available o It will include the ability to electronically track markups and notes on the document(s) o It will include the ability to digitally approve, reject, escalate and notify
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7)

What is proposed in FY13 for 311 technology upgrades? 311 Technology Improvements Planned for 2013 Upgrade the Customer Request Management System (CRMS) that has been in use since 2002 with the most current software and replace out-dated computer hardware that the system runs on. (Target Completion: Second Quarter 2013) o The new system software will support smart phone and tablet technology (iPhone, Android and Microsoft Windows Phone). o Citizens from their smart phones will be able to electronically open and check service requests, attach photographs, and use GPS coordinates to report location. o The City of Dallas will have a branded mobile application that can be downloaded to smart phones from iTunes (Apple), GooglePlay (Android), etc. o Message announcements (i.e., service outages water main break at Marilla and Field) that can be sent from the new 311 system software via social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter. o Greater ease of use in looking up service requests with the new 311 system software, which include key word searches, topical information displayed on maps and greater integration to other City information from within the 311 system via internet links. o Online knowledgebase for users to look-up frequently asked questions as an option instead of calling. Enhance telephone technology used in the 311 Call Center. (Target Completion: Fourth Quarter 2013) o Separate 311 telephone service from the E9-1-1 telephone technology. This will eliminate any risk of outages to the E9-1-1 technology when planned technology changes are needed for 311. o Improved IVR reporting and management software for the 311 Call Center operation calls on-hold, call wait times, agents busy, call lengths, etc. o Implement software to perform post call surveys.

8)

Has anyone been caught dumping illegally from the surveillance/cameras? The City Marshal's Office has made no arrests for environmental crimes through the use of surveillance cameras from FY11 to-date. The attached chart shows the number of arrests made and citations issued by the City Marshal's Office. The arrests/citations were made both on-view (caught in the act) and through investigations based on witness information, traceable evidence and information obtained from other City of Dallas departments including Code Compliance. Description # of Defendants Arrested FY11 95 85 from arrests 10 from executed warrants 27 FY12 YTD 131 106 from arrests 25 from executed warrants 59

# of Citations Issued

9)

Provide status and timeline for technology improvements being implemented in the Municipal Courts. CCMS Technology Improvements Planned for 2013 Replace the Court Case Management System (CCMS) that has been in use by the Citys municipal courts for over 25 years with the current software and replace out-dated computer hardware that the system runs on. (Target completion: Fourth Quarter 2013) o The new system software will support tablet technology (touch screen tablet). o Greater ease of use in reporting with the new CCMS system which ensures compliance with the States Office of Court Administration (OCA). o The new system will provide access to management reports including the addition of Dashboards, trending reports and online financial reports. The new system solution changes what currently is a paper trail and stacks of folders, into a paperless, easy-to-use electronic solution by; o Decreasing or eliminating production of hard copy paper records allowing for more of a paperless environment; o With the new solution, judges will be able to view and issue warrants electronically through workflows and digitized signatures; o Supporting improved electronic document management; and, o Automates all civil court processes that are currently manual. Replacement of the court case management system will allow the City to address outstanding audit and efficiency issues. o The new system will allow removal of manual calculations used for receipts and collection processing; o Purging closed/disposed cases with disposal dates in accordance with state mandates or local ordinance; and, o Ensures compliance with state mandates through vendor provided automated updates to software.

10)

What improvements are being made in 911? Emergency 9-1-1 Technology Improvements Planned for 2013 Decrease the number of seconds it takes for the recording (you have reached Dallas 911, do not hang up) to activate when a caller dials 9-1-1 from 30 to 15 seconds. Increase the number of Call Waiting spaces in the 9-1-1 telephone system from 12 to 24. Increase the number of phone lines in the backup / fail-over system at City Hall from 30 to 60 lines. Replace outdated backup phone technology and PC hardware and software at 9-1-1 offsite facility (Dolphin Rd) used in the event City Hall data center is out-of-service. Upgrade the near end-of-life hardware and software of the 9-1-1 Call Recording / Playback technology. Upgrade the aging PCs and dispatch automation software used in the 9-1-1 Call Center Operations.

11)

What is the added O&M cost in future years (after FY13) for capital projects being placed inservice? Preliminary estimates are attached.

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ESTIMATED 5 YEAR OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COST


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Clean, Healthy Levee Drainage System - Hampton Oak Lawn Sump Environment Cost: maintenance Clean, Healthy Pavaho Wetlands Environment Cost: maintenance Clean, Healthy Dallas Zoo Wetlands Environment Cost: maintenance Clean, Healthy Central Wastewater Treatment Plant - Influent Pump Station Environment Cost: increased maintenance costs Clean, Healthy Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant - Grease Receiving Station Environment Cost: increased maintenance costs Clean, Healthy East Bank - West Bank Wastewater Interceptor Connection Environment Cost: maintenance and power

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$29,500

$29,500

$29,500

$29,500

Total Clean, Healthy Environment Latino Cultural Center Phase II -- Construction of black box theater and educational wing Culture, Arts, & that includes rehearsal spaces, art classrooms, administrative spaces and restrooms Recreation Cost: Maintenance, utilities, custodial services, security, salaries Bachman Recreation Center - Extensive major maintenance improvements throughout Culture, Arts, & center Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Recreation Culture, Arts, & Recreation Beckley Saner Park - Sprayground Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Casa Linda Park - Playground replacement Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries

$82,750

$137,250

$193,500

$193,500

$193,500

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$685,837

$726,987

$770,606

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$5,553

$5,886

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$6,617

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0.0 0.0

$7,241 $7,971

$30,701 $8,449

$32,543 $8,956

$34,496 $9,494

$34,496 $10,063

Culture, Arts, & Continental Pedestrian Bridge (initial estimates) Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Crockett Playground Replacement Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Dealey Plaza - Restoration including architecture, fountains, utilities, landscape, Culture, Arts, & irrigation, graphics and signage Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries

2nd/15

0.0

$0

$530,000

$561,800

$595,508

$631,238

3rd/14

0.0

$0

$7,971

$8,449

$8,956

$9,494

2nd/13

0.0

$1,263

$1,339

$1,415

$1,491

$1,567

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ESTIMATED 5 YEAR OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COST


Key Focus Area Project Name In Service Date FTE FY 2013-14 Estimated FY 2014-15 Estimated FY 2015-16 Estimated FY 2016-17 Estimated FY 2017-18 Estimated

Culture, Arts, & Elm Fork Athletic Complex Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Fair Park Cotton Bowl - Facility renovation Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Fair Park Cotton Bowl-Public art project Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Fair Park Livestock Building and Sales Area - Renovation to enclose open air structure, Culture, Arts, & add seating, HVAC, restrooms, lighting, and meeting/office spaces, etc. Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Fair Park Pan Am Building - Lighting improvements throughout facility Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Freedman's Memorial Cemetery - Site improvements Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Fretz Park - Baseball field renovation Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Fretz Park - Parking lot Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Garrett Park - Site improvements Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Glencoe Park - Site improvements, pavilion, playground replace, portable toilet Culture, Arts, & enclosure, ADA improve. Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Greiner Park - Loop trail, relocate existing fencing and remove tennis court slab Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & K B Polk Land Acq and Parking Improve. Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Lake Highlands North Park - Playground expansion Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Lakeland Hills Park - Site improvements, pavilion Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries

4th/13

4.0

$200,000

$200,000

$200,000

$200,000

$200,000

4th/13

3.0

$153,387

$157,989

$162,729

$167,611

$172,411

4th/14

0.0

$0

$21,630

$22,279

$22,947

$23,635

4th/14

3.0

$0

$295,014

$303,864

$312,980

$322,369

4th/13

0.0

$6,164

$6,472

$6,796

$7,136

$7,636

1st/13

0.0

$500

$530

$530

$530

$530

4th/13

0.2

$20,709

$21,952

$23,269

$24,665

$26,145

3rd/14

0.3

$0

$6,229

$6,587

$6,945

$7,303

4th/13

0.2

$4,735

$5,019

$5,320

$5,639

$5,978

3rd/13

0.2

$19,866

$21,058

$22,321

$23,661

$25,080

3rd/13

0.3

$19,189

$20,340

$21,561

$22,854

$24,226

2nd/15

0.1

$0

$7,709

$7,709

$7,709

$7,709

3rd/13

0.1

$12,151

$12,880

$13,652

$14,472

$15,340

4th/13

0.1

$775

$8,178

$8,669

$9,189

$9,740

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ESTIMATED 5 YEAR OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COST


Key Focus Area Project Name In Service Date FTE FY 2013-14 Estimated FY 2014-15 Estimated FY 2015-16 Estimated FY 2016-17 Estimated FY 2017-18 Estimated

Culture, Arts, & Lakeland Hills Pavilion, walks, parking Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Loop 12 Gateway - Widening entrance road, solar lighting and signage Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & McCree Park - Pavilion Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Miller Family Park - Pavilion and site improvements Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Park in the Woods Park - Parking lot with security lighting Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Pike Park - Plaza restoration Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Tommie M. Allen Park - Security lighting Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Culture, Arts, & Recreation Culture, Arts, & Recreation Culture, Arts, & Recreation Turner Plaza Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries Valley View Park (West) - Trail and trailhead Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries West Dallas Gateway - Site development Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries

3rd/13

0.1

$7,715

$8,178

$8,669

$9,189

$9,740

2nd/13

0.5

$13,383

$14,186

$15,037

$15,940

$16,896

1st/13

0.1

$7,715

$8,177

$8,668

$9,188

$9,740

1st/13

0.1

$7,715

$8,177

$8,668

$9,188

$9,740

1st/13

0.1

$7,273

$7,709

$8,172

$8,662

$9,182

3rd/13

0.0

$4,745

$5,030

$5,331

$5,651

$5,990

2nd/13

0.0

$19,189

$20,340

$21,561

$22,854

$24,226

3rd/13 3rd/13 3rd/13

0.0 0.5 0.7

$37,500 $9,594 $17,000

$39,750 $19,189 $34,000

$42,135 $19,956 $35,360

$44,663 $20,754 $36,774

$47,343 $21,584 $39,294

White Rock Creek Trail - Northern extension trail development Valley View Park to Culture, Arts, & Hillcrest Park Recreation Cost: maintenance supplies and associated salaries

3rd/13

0.5

$9,599

$18,189

$19,956

$20,759

$21,584

Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy

Total Cultural, Arts & Recreation Bachman Water Treatment Plant Chlorine Scrubber, Lime, Ferric and Laboratory Improvements Cost: power, chemical and maintenance Bachman Water Treatment Plant Conversion to Enhanced Coagulation and BAF Cost: power, chemicals and maintenance Bexar Street Corridor - Improvements include new approx. 9' sidewalks, brick crosswalks, landscaping, and lighting and upgrading water and wastewater mains Cost: maintenance

$600,618

$2,198,954

$2,303,685

$2,413,131

$2,527,502

2nd/14 4th/15

0.0 0.0

$21,000 $0

$44,000 $0

$69,000 $648,800

$90,000 $728,800

$120,000 $732,000

4th/13

0.0

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ESTIMATED 5 YEAR OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COST


Key Focus Area Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Project Name Buckner Blvd. (Phase II) - Bruton to Scyene - sidewalk improvement with paver, landscaping with trees, tree grates, irrigation, driveways, water & waste replacement. Cost: maintenance Commerce from Good-Latimer to Hall - Streetscape including landscaping, signal hardware and pedestrian lighting Cost: maintenance Contamination Warning System Implementation (DWU system-wide) Cost: personnel additions, professional services and maintenance East Side Water Treatment Plant Expansion to 540 Million Gallons per Day (MGD): Clearwells and Flumes Cost: power and maintenance East Side Transfer Pump Stations 1 and 2 (2 separate In Service Dates, increased pumpage will not impact operating costs until outer years) Cost: maintenance East Side Water Treatment Plant Expansion to 540 MGD: Transfer Pump Station 3 Cost: electricity East Side Water Treatment Plant Expansion to 540 MGD: Stage IV Sedimentation Basins Cost: power and maintenance East Side Water Quality Improvements: Sedimentation Basin Conversion Cost: power East Side Water Quality Improvements: Filter to Waste (increasing capacity by 5-8% by filtering backwash at treatment plant) Cost: maintenance East Side Water Treatment Plant Expansion to 540 MGD: Stage V Filters Cost: power and maintenance Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Major Maintenance/Rehabilitation Cost: electricity Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Water Quality Improvements Project - Improvements to Chlorine Gas System Cost: chemicals Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Residuals Handling Cost: maintenance Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Pre-Sedimentation Basins Cost: power and maintenance Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant - Water Quality Improvements - Construction of New Rapid Mix Facility Cost: power and maintenance In Service Date FTE FY 2013-14 Estimated FY 2014-15 Estimated FY 2015-16 Estimated FY 2016-17 Estimated FY 2017-18 Estimated

1st/15

0.0

$0

$1,200

$1,200

$1,200

$1,200

4th/14

0.0

$0

$10,575

$14,100

$14,100

$14,100

1st/13

2.0

$340,336

$341,336

$342,836

$344,836

$344,836

1st/13 3rd/12 2nd/13

0.0

$2,000

$2,000

$2,000

$2,000

$2,000

0.0

$0

$0

$0

$120,000

$120,000

3rd/11

0.0

$39,875

$41,775

$44,425

$47,825

$91,840

1st/14

0.0

$151,200

$162,400

$162,400

$162,400

$162,400

1st/17

0.0

$0

$0

$0

$100,000

$100,000

2nd/14

0.0

$0

$13,000

$27,000

$27,000

$27,000

3rd/15 4th/13

0.0 0.0

$0 $87,500

$0 $87,500

$200,000 $87,500

$200,000 $87,500

$200,000 $87,500

2nd/15

0.0

$0

$165,000

$165,000

$165,000

$165,000

1st/16 1st/16

0.0 0.0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$4,000,000 $8,700

$4,310,000 $8,700

$4,310,000 $8,700

1st/18

0.0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$78,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ESTIMATED 5 YEAR OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COST


Key Focus Area Economic Vibrancy Project Name Elm from Good Latimer to Hall - Streetscape including landscaping, signal hardware and pedestrian lighting Cost: maintenance Griffin from IH30 to Main - Streetscape improvements including landscaping, upgrades to traffic signal hardware and street lighting, and addition of pedestrian-scale lighting Cost: maintenance Lake Fork Pump Station Cost: power and maintenance White Rock SCADA Cost: communications and maintenance Yale Blvd - SMU to Greenville Ave - median and sidewalk improvements with pavers and light standards associated with the Midtown/Mockingbird Development Cost: maintenance Yale Blvd to Mockingbird Light Rail Station - sidewalk and walking trail along DART rail line connecting Yale and light rail station Cost: maintenance In Service Date FTE FY 2013-14 Estimated FY 2014-15 Estimated FY 2015-16 Estimated FY 2016-17 Estimated FY 2017-18 Estimated

4th/13

0.0

$10,575

$14,100

$14,100

$14,100

$14,100

Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy Economic Vibrancy

3rd/13

0.0

$4,000

$4,000

$4,000

$4,000

$4,000

1st/13

1.0

$800,000

$1,616,000

$1,616,000

$1,616,000

$1,616,000

1st/13

0.0

$370,000

$370,000

$570,000

$570,000

$570,000

1st/15

0.0

$0

$13,000

$13,000

$13,000

$13,000

1st/15

0.0

$0

$2,700

$2,700

$2,700

$2,700

Total Economic Vibrancy Fire Station #32 (Benning Ave. at Jim Miller Rd.) - site acquisition, design/construction of a replacement station Cost: maintenance, electricity, custodial services, and utilities Fire Station #37 (Greenville at Blackwell) - site acquisition, design/construction of a replacement station Cost: maintenance, electricity, custodial services, and utilities

$1,828,286

$2,890,386

$7,994,561

$8,630,961

$8,786,176

Public Safety

2nd/14

0.0

$21,730

$21,730

$21,730

$21,730

$21,730

Public Safety

2nd/14

0.0

$15,580

$15,580

$15,580

$15,580

$15,580

Total Public Safety

$37,310

$37,310

$37,310

$37,310

$37,310

Total Key Focus Areas General Fund Dallas Water Utilities Storm Water Drainage Management Total

$2,548,964 $654,303 $1,888,411 $6,250 $2,548,964

$5,263,900 $2,283,639 $2,936,511 $43,750 $5,263,900

$10,529,056 $2,391,895 $8,037,161 $100,000 $10,529,056

$11,274,902 $2,501,341 $8,673,561 $100,000 $11,274,902

$11,544,488 $2,615,712 $8,828,776 $100,000 $11,544,488


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