CITY OF NEW ORLEANS

2014 Budget Proposal
October 15th, 2013

10/15/2013

2014 Budget Presentation
• Background • 2013 Results • 2014 Budget Challenges •2014 Budget Proposal • 2014 Budget Highlights
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2014 Budget Proposal

The Landrieu Administration addressed an inherited $97M spending gap
Budget Comparison $550M

2009 Expenditure $528M

500 110 450 $431M

$97M Gap

400 418 431 Gap Recurring Revenue 2010

350

300

2009

Note: One-time revenue sources not included in chart 3

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First step to eliminating gap was to reverse the spending trend
Annual Expenses $550M
$528.0M $496.0M $483.0M $483.4M $483.2M**

$32.4M Difference
$495.6M*

500

450

*= $495.6M proposed for 2014 does not include $8.8M to fund balance. Including fund balance contribution, the City proposes $504.3M in 2014.

400
**= $483.2M budgeted in 2013 does not include $14.0M to fund balance. Including fund balance contribution, the City’s current budget for 2013 is $497.2M.

350

300

2009

2010
-$32.0M

2011
-$13.0M

2012 +$0.4M

2013 Budgeted

2014 Proposed

Delta to +$28.0M previous year
4

-$0.2M

$12.4M

2014 Budget Proposal

Annual Revenue $500M

Second step was to reduce the reliance on one-time monies to balance the budget
$497.2M $474.4M $484.1M
5.0

$504.3M
8.2

$481.1M
3.6

8.5

$466.0M

56.0

35.0

400 431.0

479.1 418.4

477.5

488.7

496.1

Recurring Revenue One-time 300 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Budgeted Proposed

One-time money as a % of overall budget

11.8%

7.5%

1.0%

0.8%

1.7%

1.6%

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We are now living within our means
Historical Expense vs. Revenue $550M
$528.0M

500

54.0

$496M 29.0

$497.2M $484.1M
5.0

$504.3M
8.2

$481.1M
3.6

8.5

450

56.0

35.0

400 418.0 431.0

479.1

477.5

488.7

496.1

Actual Expenditures ('09-'12) Projected Expenditures ('13-'14) Fund Balance/Other Financing Sources

350

One-time Recurring 2009 2010 2011 2012*
2013 Budgeted 2014 Proposed

300

2013 Actual Expenditure line does not include $14.0M appropriation to fund balance as that is not an expenditure on operations. Including fund balance contribution, budgeted $497.2M in 2013.

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City will nearly eliminate the fund balance deficit in 2013
$80.0M

Ending Fund Balance
$60.1M

60.0
$41.5M $26.3M

40.0

20.0
$4.3M

$12.4M

0.0
-$8.7M -$4.5M -$16.8M -$25.1M

-20.0

-$20.0M

$15.5M reduction in fund balance deficit. $14.0M – Fund Balance $1.5M – Isaac CDBG Money
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Budgeted Proposed Projected Projected Projected Projected

-40.0

Fund Balance Reserve Assumes 1% Annual Growth in Non-Debt Expenditures in 2015 and 2016 and 2% growth in 2017 and 2018

2009 2010 2011 2012

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Modest revenue growth projections pale in comparison to projected expense growth
● $7.6M growth in GF revenue projected for 2014 (1.5%)
○ 3% growth in Sales and Property Tax projected ○ Sluggish growth of non-tax based revenues (40% of GF revenue)
• Safety cameras, EMS Billing

● 1.6% projected annual growth of General Fund revenue (2013-2018) ● Debt payments scheduled to increase by $5.5M in 2014 and $3.5M more in 2015

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Modest 5 Year Revenue Growth Projected (1.6% Annual Growth)
$600M
$504.3M $507.0M $517.6M $528.5M $539.7M

8.2

400 496.1 507.0 517.6 528.5 539.7 One Time Money Recurring Revenue
2018 Projected

200

0

2014 Proposed

2015 Projected

2016 Projected

2017 Projected

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Major Financial Accomplishments
● Forgiveness of $240M worth of CDL loans
○ Substantially improved City’s debt posture

● Shifted retirees to Medicare reducing future liabilities from $350M to $166M ● Scheduled to reduce negative fund balance by $15.5M in 2013 ● Refinanced pension obligation bonds at lower interest rates, saving money while retaining the same maturation date of 2030 ● Won $11M FEMA arbitration to avoid recoupment of already expended funds ● Made important changes to city, police, and fire pension funds

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2014 Budget Presentation
• Background • 2013 Results • 2014 Budget Challenges •2014 Budget Proposal • 2014 Budget Highlights
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Public Safety Results
Murders Citywide (Down 26% from 2012. 111 through September)
200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec

2009-2012 Average

2013 YTD

Note on murders: Totals do not include justifiable/negligent homicides or police shootings.

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Blight Fighting Results

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Source: HUD Aggregated USPS Administrative Data on Address Vacancies, GNOCDC 2012

Blight Fighting Results
Commercial Properties Target List

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Blight Fighting Results

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Streetlight Results
12,500
11,447 +106%

10,000

7,500 6,142 5,565 5,000

2,500

0

2011 2012 2013 (Through Q2) (Through Q2) (Through Q2)

Streetlight Outage Repairs
16

Street Light Outages Restored

2014 Budget Proposal

Streetlight Results
Fewest Outages Since Katrina

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Sanitation Department Results
2,000

1,250

1,666 1,549 1,487 1,436 1,386

1,705

1,695

1,539

1,000

1,004
+165%

1,500

750

1,000

500 379 250

626

413

500

77 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 2011 20112011 20112012 2012 20122012 2013 2013

0

2011 2012 2013 (Through Q2) (Through Q2) (Through Q2)

Recyclable Material Collected (Tons)
18

Illegal Dumping Sites Cleared
2014 Budget Proposal

Illegal Dumping Sites Cleared

Recyclable Material Collected

Recreation & Health Results
4,000
+84% 2,978 3,058

40

+38%

40

33
NORDC Summer Camp Registrants

3,000

2,898

30

29

2,000
1,663

20

1,000

10

0

2009

2011 2012 2013 (Through (Through (Through Q2) Q2) Q2)

0

2011

2012

2013

NORDC Summer Camp Registrants
19

NORDC Summer Camps
2014 Budget Proposal

Number of Summer Camps

Recreation & Health Results

40,000

+10%

4,000
32,289
+20%

4,000

32,680

3,299
3,000

+62%

3,225

30,000

29,342

3,000

2,742

20,000

WIC Clinic Visits

2,000

Homeless Health Care Visits

2,000

1,995 WIC Clinic Visits

10,000

1,000

1,000

0

2011 2012 2013 (Through Q2) (Through Q2) (Through Q2)

0

2012 (Through Q2)

2013 (Through Q2)

0

2013 Target (Through Q2)

2013 (Through Q2)

WIC Clinic Visits
20

Homeless Health Care Visits

AIDS clients served
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One Stop Shop Safety and Permits Results
Number of Visitors at the One Stop Shop
Bar 1=June 1,000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 S&P Bar 2=July Bar 3=August

863
669 598

Visitors

319 228

S&P-Elec

S&P-Inspec

S&P-Mech

S&P-Plan Rev

Average Wait Time
Bar 1=June Bar 2=July Bar 3=August Target (20) 30 22 Minutes 25 20 12 16

Average Service Time
Bar 1=June Bar 2=July Bar 3=August

30
25 20 Minutes 15 10 5 0 S&P S&P-Elec S&P-Inspec S&P-Mech S&P-Plan Rev 11

18

19 14

15
10 5 0 S&P

13

7

8

S&P-Elec

S&P-Inspec

S&P-Mech

S&P-Plan Rev

NOTE: One Stop Shop Wait Time does not include appointments

Data Source: Lobby Central for One Stop Shop

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One Stop Shop HDLC/VCC/CPC Results
Number of Visitors at the One Stop Shop
Bar 1=June 1,000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Bar 2=July Bar 3=August

Visitors

494 338 164 202 376

119
30

Business Intake

CPC

HDLC

Payment

Special Event

VCC

Zoning

Average Wait Time
Bar 1=June 30 25 Minutes 20 15 10 5 0 Business Intake CPC HDLC Payment Special Event VCC Zoning 19 14 Minutes 16 11 6 7 4 Bar 2=July Bar 3=August Target (20) 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

Average Service Time
Bar 1=June Bar 2=July Bar 3=August 43

19 15

20

23 15 6

Business Intake

CPC

HDLC

Payment

Special Event

VCC

Zoning

NOTE: One Stop Shop Wait Time does not include appointments

Data Source: Lobby Central for One Stop Shop

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HDLC Results

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NOLA 311 Results
Key Performance Indicator: Call Abandonment Rate for 311
Abandonment Rate 20% 15% 10% 6% 5% 0% Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 6% 18% 16% 14% 12% 10% 8% 10% 9% 9% 9% 9% 12% 8% Target (10%)

Key Performance Indicator: Average Monthly Percent of 311 First Call Resolution
First Call Resolution 100% 81% 80% 60% 40% 46% 45% 64% 70% 80% 64% 69% 60% 71% 58% 59% 59% 63% Target (70%)

65%

20%
0% Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13

Note: First call resolution includes information requests and undocumented calls. Excludes service requests and department referrals.

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NOLA 311 Results
Average Call Length
Average Call Length 180 160 140 120 Seconds 100 80 60 40 20 0 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 140 140 Target (160) 162 169 180 161 172 158 151 150

147

145

Average Hold Time
Average Hold Time Target (15)

70
60 50 Seconds 40 30 20 10 0 Sep-12 Oct-12 43 57

64

27 21 22 18 14 9 5 Jun-13 Jul-13 13 6

Nov-12

Dec-12

Jan-13

Feb-13

Mar-13

Apr-13

May-13

Aug-13

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2013 Economic Development Results
$40M
500 400 300
233 449
$39.5M

300

+22%

243
Sit es e ng ag ed wi th Su mmer Y ou th E mpl oymen t
2013 (Through Q3)

Fresh Food Retailers Jobs

Private Dollars Leveraged

30
$24.3M

200

200

20

200 188 100 0

100

10
$3.7M

Q1

Q2

Q3

0

0

Q1 Q2 Q3

2013 Annual Target

Jobs announced through Fresh Foods Initiative
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Private dollars leveraged to attract and retain business

Employee sites engaged with Summer Youth Employment

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Economic Development Announcements
● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● GE Capital Gameloft TCI Costco Wal-Mart New Orleans East Wal-Mart Gentilly Mid-City Market Whole Foods on Broad Street Riverwalk Historic Circle Food Store Algiers Plaza Fresh Market Uptown

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Collections Results
The value of audits in 2013 has more than doubled from the same period in 2012

Millions

2011 YTD

2012 YTD

2013 YTD

$3.0 $2.7 $2.5 $2.0 $1.5 $1.1
$2.5

$2.1

$1.0
$0.5 $0.0
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug

$0.9

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

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Collections Results
Millions

Sales tax has increased almost 8% (2013 vs. 2012)
2011 Monthly Actual 2012 Monthly Actual 2013 Monthly Actual

$120.0

YTD 2011

YTD 2012

YTD 2013

$100.0

$100.55 $93.36 $88.90

$80.0

$60.0

$40.0

$20.0

$12.9 $12.1 $11.5

$11.0$11.2 $10.1 February

$11.4

$12.7

$14.1

$12.8 $12.5 April

$12.1 $11.6 May

$12.9

$12.1

$13.4

$12.2 $11.3

$11.1

$10.5 $9.9 August

$9.8

$10.9 $10.7 October

$11.9 $11.5 November

$11.5 $11.0 December

$10.7 March

$11.4 June

$11.3 July

$10.3
September

$0.0
January

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Collections Results
Hotel/Motel sales tax has increased 4% (2013 vs. 2012)
Millions

2011 Monthly Actual YTD 2011

2012 Monthly Actual YTD 2012

2013 Monthly Actual YTD 2013

$12.0
$10.72
$10.26

$10.0

$8.0

$8.14

$6.0

$4.0
$1.8

$2.0
$0.9 $0.8
$0.9

$1.2 $1.2
$0.8 February

$1.4
$1.0 March

$1.6
$1.4 April

$1.8

$1.6
$1.6

$1.5
$1.2 June

$1.3

$1.0
$0.9 July

$1.1
$1.0

$1.0

$0.8
$0.6 September

$1.3
$0.8 October

$1.6
$1.2 November

$1.1
$0.9 December

$1.3 May

$0.0 30

$0.8 August

January

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ReqtoCheck Results
70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Jan-11 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q2 2013 49 66*

Average Days from Contract Date to Execution (excludes routing time)
61

Time reduced by 51%
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Average Number of Contracts in Queue
250 Unknown 200 208

150

147
121

100

50

0 Jan-11 31 *Best estimate from limited historical data. Q3 2012 Q4 2012

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ReqtoCheck Results
● The City has increased the percent of payments it makes within 60 business days as well as reduced the average number of days it takes to make a payment.
Percent of Capital & Grant Payments Made within 60 Business Days
90% 80% 50 70% 60% 50% 40 60

Average Days to Payment of Capital & Grant from Invoice date to Payment date

40% 30% 20% 10% 0%
May-11

78% 66%

85%

30

53
20

51 45

10

Jan-12

Jun-13

0 May-11 Jan-12 Jun-13

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ReqtoCheck Results
Requisition and PO Approval Bid Advertising to Award Letter

Total TimeContract in Process Pre-Work, Routing, and Processing
60 80 100 120 140

Payments (Capital & Grants)

0

20

40

160

180

200

Jan 2011 (Estimated)

6

21*

77

53

157 days

Q2 2013

5

21*

45

45

116 days

● With contracting times down by 42% and the payment times down by 15%, the entire “req to check” process for bids is down 22% ● Excluding mandatory 21 days for bid advertising and opening, the “req to check” times are down 30%

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2014 Budget Presentation
• Background • 2013 Results • 2014 Budget Challenges •2014 Budget Proposal • 2014 Budget Highlights
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2014 Budgeting Challenges
● Increase NOPD Strength ($129.0M) ● Implement two costly Consent Decrees
○ NOPD Consent Decree ($6.1M) ○ OPSO Consent Decree (?)

● ● ● ●

NOFD Pension ($17.5M) Workers’ Compensation ($8.0M) GO Zone loan repayment ($4.9M) Launch and ongoing support of new NORD facilities ($1.3M)
○ Joe Brown, Treme, Lyons (2013) ○ Sanchez Center, Gernon Brown, St. Bernard (2014)

● Increased Entergy costs ($800k) ● Identify permanent funding source for streetlights

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2014 NOPD Consent Decree Funding
Consent Decree NOPD Personnel Early Warning System Deployment Early Warning System Integration/Maintenance Lexipol Policy Development AVL/Mobile Data Terminal (In car Computer System) In Car Camera System On-Body Cameras 2 Year Data Storage Electronic Control Weapons Digital Audio Recorders Training Supplies Police Monitor Citizen Satisfaction Survey Police Recruitment Total Projected 2014 GF $1,343,477 $1,400,000 $97,950 $68,000 $32,000 $88,000 $49,229 $1,200 $8,700 $2,125,000 $250,000 $300,000 $5,763,556 Projected 2014 Capital $5,000,000 2014 Request $1,343,477 $5,000,000 $1,400,000 $97,950 $386,000 $582,000 $88,000 $300,000 $49,229 $1,200 $8,700 $2,125,000 $250,000 $300,000 $11,931,556

$318,000 $550,000 $300,000

$6,168,000

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OPSO Proposed Budget Hearings
Consent Decree ● Consent Decree requirements ● Jail population estimates ● Construction plans Financials ● Inspector General report ● Budget and financial statements ● Current and potential sources of revenue Expenditures ● Compensation and retention data ● Use of overtime ● Non personnel expenditures ● Managed competition for food, health and building security ● Opportunities for consolidation with City services
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Workers’ Compensation Overview
$30.0M $24.8M $22.7M 20.0 $18.7M $17.5M $18.1M

10.0

0.0

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013 Projected

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Debt payments increase $5.5M in 2014
$30.0M

$4.9M of increase due to GO Zone Loan
+34%

$21.8M

20.0 $16.3M

10.0 Debt Service

Debt Service

0.0

2013 Amended

2014 Proposed

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Lyons Center opened in 2013

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Treme Center opened in 2013

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Joe Brown Center opened in 2013

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Sanchez Center & Pool opening in 2014

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Gernon Brown Gym opening in 2014

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Energy costs increase $800K; Usage Decreases

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Utilize $14.6M from Entergy for Streetlights

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2014 Budget Presentation
• Background • 2013 Results • 2014 Budget Challenges •2014 Budget Proposal • 2014 Budget Highlights
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Proposed General Fund Budget Detail
City Council Mayor Criminal Justice Coordination Homeland Security Community Development Chief Administrative Office IT Law Fire Safety & Permits* Police Sanitation Health EMS Human Services 2013 Amended 2014 Proposed $9,820,916 $9,820,916 $7,097,697 $6,138,692 $624,059 $2,021,763 $2,233,237 $2,399,809 $161,701 $162,234 $31,386,300 $31,639,329 $13,004,883 $12,043,250 $6,368,617 $5,946,584 $84,915,565 $86,248,045 $4,714,227 $4,197,439 $126,784,896 $128,600,368 $37,209,066 $39,230,811 $1,663,408 $1,600,338 $11,764,159 $11,925,126 $2,379,078 $2,379,078 % of 2013 Allocation 100.0% 86.5% 324.0% 107.5% 100.3% 100.8% 92.6% 93.4% 101.6% 89.0% 101.4% 105.4% 96.2% 101.4% 100.0%

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NOLA FOR LIFE Investments
• Group Violence Reduction Strategy
• CeaseFire New Orleans

• CeaseFire Hospital Crisis Intervention Team
• Midnight Basketball • Workforce Re-entry Program

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Additional CDBG funds to Safety & Permits
$6.0M $5.1M CDBG $0.9M 4.0

2.0

General Fund $4.2M

0.0

2014 Proposed

2014 Budget Proposal

Proposed General Fund Budget Detail
2013 Amended 2014 Proposed Finance $13,874,308 $13,420,812 Debt Service $16,262,905 $21,784,030 Fund Balance $14,000,000 $8,800,000 State Pass Through $1,961,402 $2,007,718 Property Management $6,656,823 $6,249,885 Civil Service $1,469,643 $1,552,076 Public Works $15,242,280 $14,965,553 Parks & Parkways $6,737,667 $7,071,257 HDLC $638,095 $533,981 VCC $344,831 $397,232 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board $1,500 $1,500 City Planning Commission* $1,594,134 $1,139,843 Mosquito and Termite Control $2,078,509 $2,078,505 New Orleans Museum of Art $151,683 $128,931 % of 2013 Allocation 96.7% 133.9% 62.9% 102.4% 93.9% 105.6% 98.2% 105.0% 83.7% 115.2% 100.0% 71.5% 100.0% 85.0%

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Additional CDBG funds to City Planning Commission
$2.0M $1.6M 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0 General Fund $1.1M CDBG $0.5M

2014 Proposed

2014 Budget Proposal

Proposed General Fund Budget Detail
Department Miscellaneous NORDC Service & Innovation* OPA Inspector General District Attorney Coroner's Office Juvenile Court First City Court Civil Court Municipal Court Traffic Court Criminal District Court Sheriff Clerk of Criminal District Court Registrar of Voters Judicial Retirement Fund TOTAL
*Service & Innovation budget was amended in August to transfer approx. $450k in funds from CAOITI.

2013 Amended 2014 Proposed $20,220,979 $23,231,177 $8,333,966 $9,231,821 $501,184 $1,089,652 $469,364 $469,364 $3,685,336 $4,212,614 $6,271,671 $6,271,671 $1,669,099 $1,781,605 $3,615,283 $3,025,203 $6,000 $6,000 $14,400 $14,400 $1,867,343 $2,045,894 $389,640 $437,587 $1,526,597 $1,526,597 $22,134,388 $22,134,338 $3,726,330 $3,726,330 $383,416 $371,945 $263,238 $287,233 $496,219,823 $504,348,536

% of 2013 Allocation 114.9% 110.8% 217.4% 100.0% 114.3% 100.0% 106.7% 83.7% 100.0% 100.0% 109.6% 112.3% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 97.0% 109.1% 101.6%

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Juvenile Court Downsizing Proposal
$4.0M 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 $2.6M $2.6M $2.1M $3.6M $1.0M $3.5M $0.8M $3.0M $1.0M $2.6M $0.5M Court Reserves General Fund

$2.0M

2013 2013 (Budgeted) (Projected)

2014

2015

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Municipal Court Proposal

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2014 Budget Presentation
• Background • 2013 Results • 2014 Budget Challenges •2014 Budget Proposal • 2014 Budget Highlights
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2014 Budget Highlights

1 of 3

Public Safety ● Increased funding to recruit 150 additional officers for NOPD ● Funding for 100 new police cars and body cameras for every officer ● Funding two new civil service positions focused on NOPD Recruitment ● $300,000 Police Recruitment Campaign ● Increased funding for NOFD ($1.3M) and EMS ($160k) ● Expanded NOLA FOR LIFE Initiatives ($1.6M)
○ Raised $3 in private support for every $1 public support in 2013

● ● ● ● ● ●
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NOPD Consent Decree increase ($200k) Increased pre-trial funding from $484k to $584k Increased Municipal Court allocation ($178k) Increased public defender for racketeering case defense ($232k) Additional investment in Coroner ($112k) DA and Criminal District Court funded at 100% of 2013 level
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2014 Budget Highlights
Job Creation ● Full funding for NOLA Business Alliance ● Expand special events permitting – One Stop Fund Balance ● $8.8M dedicated to City Fund Balance
○ $4.5M to erase 2013 deficit; $4.3M to grow Fund Balance

2 of 3

Recreation ● Fully fund Joe Bartholomew golf course ($334k) ● $900k increase for NORD to fully fund new facilities Blight ● Expand Code Enforcement to speed judgments, demos and sheriff’s sales ($450k)

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3 of 3

Infrastructure ● $14.6M for Streetlights Sanitation ● Enhanced services in the French Quarter funded by Convention Center ($500k)

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