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MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 – 1:00 P.M. A Closed Session is scheduled from 10:00 AM– 1:00 PM to discuss legal and contractual matters.

WORK SESSION

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. CALL TO ORDER REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION – Tuesday, February 11, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

Any person who may wish to speak on a matter scheduled for discussion on the Work Session Agenda may be heard during Comments from the Public for a period of three (3) minutes or such time as may be deemed appropriate by the Council President. Anyone wishing to be heard shall state their name, address and the Agenda item on which he or she wishes to speak.

4.

NEW BUSINESS A. B. Bid Opening – Boardwalk Arch Re-coating Discussion of License Fees and Fee Structure for Car Wash Establishments presented by License Inspector Request for Approval to Solicit Bids for Jet Ski and ATVs presented by Procurement Manager Request for Approval of FY14 Budget Amendment #1 presented by Budget Manager

C. D. 5.

ADJOURN

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 2. Report on Closed Session – February 11, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Legal and Contractual Matters

NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION OF MAYOR & CITY COUNCIL OF OCEAN CITY DATE AND TIME: PLACE: SUBJECT: VOTE: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 10:00 a.m. City Hall Legal and Contractual Matters UNANIMOUS OTHER: FOR: AGAINST: ABSTAIN: ABSENT:

AUTHORITY: State Government Article: Section 10-508(a) Annotated Code of Maryland PURPOSES: 1. To discuss: (i) the appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation or performance evaluation of appointees, employees or officials over whom it has jurisdiction; or (ii) any other personnel matter that affects one or more specific individuals; 2. To protect the privacy or reputation of individuals with respect to a matter that is not related to public business 3. To consider the acquisition of real property for the public purpose and matters directly related thereto; 4. Consider a matter that concerns the proposal for a business or industrial organization to locate, expand or locate in the state; 5. Consider the investment of public funds; 6. Consider the marketing of public securities; X 7. Consult with counsel to obtain legal advice; 8. Consult with staff, consultants or other individuals about pending or potential litigations; 9. Conduct collective bargaining negotiations or consider matters that relate to the negotiations; 10. Discuss public security if the public body determines that public discussion would constitute a risk to the public or public security, including; a) the deployment of fire and police services and staff; and b) the development and implementation of emergency plans 11. Prepare, administer or grade a scholastic, licensing or qualifying examination; 12. Conduct or discuss an investigative proceeding on actual or possible criminal conduct; 13. Comply with a specific constitutional, statutory or judicially imposed requirement that prevents public disclosures about a particular proceeding or matter; or 14. Before a contract is awarded or bids are opened, discuss a matter directly related to a negotiation strategy or the contents of a bid or proposal, if public discussion X or disclosure would adversely impact the ability of the public body to participate in the competitive bidding or proposal process

REPORT OF CLOSED SESSION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF OCEAN CITY

Prior to this open session of the Mayor and City Council being held on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, a closed session was held on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. The following is a report of the closed session. 1. A statement of the time, place, and purpose of the closed session is attached. 2. A record of the vote of each member as to closing the session is attached. 3. A citation of the authority under the law for closing the session is attached. 4. (a) Topics of Discussion: Legal and Contractual Matters (b) Persons present: Mayor Richard Meehan City Manager David Recor Council President Lloyd Martin Council Secretary Mary Knight Council Members Doug Cymek; Margaret Pillas; Brent Ashley; Dennis Dare and Joe Mitrecic City Solicitor Guy Ayres Executive Office Associate Diana Chavis

Action(s) taken:

Motion to close meeting:

Time adjourned:

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 3. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Any person who may wish to speak on a matter scheduled for discussion on the Work Session Agenda may be heard during Comments from the Public for a period of three (3) minutes or such time as may be deemed appropriate by the Council President. Anyone wishing to be heard shall state their name, address and the subject on which he or she wishes to speak.

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 4. NEW BUSINESS A. Bid Opening Boardwalk Arch Re-coating

BID SPREAD SHEET

ITEM:

Boardwalk Arch Coating

Bidders All States Construction Bishopville, MD Devoe Coatings Baltimore, MD EG Painting Baltimore, MD Excel Coatings Salisbury, MD Everett Contracting Ocean City, MD Marcarri Company Stanton, DE Pilarski Contractors Berlin, MD R&R Coatings Salisbury, MD Shore Painting & Restoration Ocean City, MD Surface Applicators Bishopville, MD Titan Industrial Services Baltimore, MD

Total Bid

BID BOND: YES X NO STAFF ESTIMATE: BUDGET ALLOCATION:

$45,000.00 $45,000.00 (includes boardwalk screen frames)

BID
Proposal of _____________________________________(herein called 'BIDDER'), organized and existing under the laws of this State of Maryland doing business as a/an ____________________________*. To the TOWN OF OCEAN CITY, OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND (herein called the 'TOWN'). In compliance with your Advertisement for Bids, BIDDER hereby proposes to perform all WORK for the BOARDWALK ARCH RE-COATING in strict accordance with the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, within the time set forth therein, and at the prices stated below. By submission of this BID, each BIDDER certifies, and in the case of a joint BID each party thereto certifies as to his own organization, that this BID has been arrived at independently, without consultation, communication, or agreement as to any matter relating to this BID with any other BIDDER or with any competitor. BIDDER hereby agrees to commence WORK under this contract on or before a date to be specified in the NOTICE TO PROCEED and to fully complete the PROJECT within SIXTY (60) consecutive calendar days thereafter. BIDDER further agrees to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS ($200.00) for each consecutive calendar day thereafter as provided in Section 15 of General Conditions. BIDDER acknowledges receipt of the following ADDENDUM: ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________

*Insert a 'corporation', a 'partnership', or an 'individual' as applicable.

Bidder agrees to perform all the work described in the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS as follows:

BID SCHEDULE
NOTE: BIDS shall include all applicable fees. Item No. ________ 001 002 Quantities _________ 1 lump sum 1 lump sum Description __________ Recoating Boardwalk Arch Unit Cost ________ -----------Total Cost _________ $________ $________

Re-coating dumpster screen posts & frames

TOTAL BID.....................................................................................................$_____________ ______________________________________________________________dollars Respectfully submitted,

__________________________________ Signature

_________________________________ _________________________________ Address

__________________________ Title

________ Date

_________________________________ License Number (Seal-if BID is by a corporation) Attest

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 4. NEW BUSINESS B. Discussion of License Fees and Fee Structure for Car Wash Establishments presented by License Inspector

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The White Marlin Capital of the World
Agenda Item# Council Meeting 4B February 11, 2014

TO: THRU: FROM: RE: DATE: ISSUE(S): SUMMARY:

The Honorable Mayor, Council President and Members of Council David L. Recor, ICMA-CM, City Manager Michael Sherman, License Inspector License fees and fee structure for car wash establishments January 23, 2014 Consideration to increase room, business license and noise permit fees and change car wash license fee structure. Request to consider increasing room, business license and noise permit fees. License fees were last increased in 2005, 2007 and 2009 by 2%. Proposal to change car wash fee structure, converting from per bay fee to flat rate, similar to other businesses as follows: From: 1910 Car Wash --self service (per bay) To: 1910 Car Wash --(flat rate) $58.00 $233.00

Thus, delete the following category: 1920 - Car Wash - - mechanical (per bay) $233.00 FISCAL IMPACT: RECOMMENDATION: ALTERNATIVES RESPONSIBLE STAFF: COORDINATED WITH: ATTACHMENT(S): To be determined ($18,300 for each 1% increase in rates). Defer to Mayor and Council regarding fee increase. Change fee structure for cash wash establishments to flat rate. Make no changes at this time. Michael Sherman, License Inspector Martha J. Bennett, Finance Administrator Current price listing for all business licenses.

TOWN OF OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND LICENSE & PERMIT SCHEDULE
CATEGORY 7010 3510 2210 0210 0310 0320 0410 0710 0720 5610 0810 0910 1110 1210 1220 DESCRIPTION Advertising --- promotional Amusement ride Amusement stand or concession Arcade (establishment with 5 or more games) Arts & crafts --- dealer (person) Arts & crafts --- gallery (location) Auction store Auto rental agency --- 1 to 10 vehicles Auto rental agency --- 10 or more vehicles Bail bondsman Bakeshop Bank or bank terminal per branch Barber shop & beauty parlor Bicycle rental or repair, 1 to 25 bicycles each additional bicycle over 25 FEE 116.00 116.00 174.00 see vending 116.00 293.00 293.00 233.00 351.00 293.00 116.00 233.00 116.00 233.00 9.00 233.00 58.00 31.00 351.00 233.00 409.00 116.00 58.00 233.00 116.00 58.00 116.00 116.00 116.00
(NOTE: add comments)

CATEGORY 2330 2340 7000 7300 7510 2710 2810 6811 6812 7610 3010 3020 3030 3110 3410

DESCRIPTION Dry Nightclub --- Adult (21 and over)---City Mgr Approval Dry Nightclub --- Minor (under 21)------City Mgr Approval Electric Personal Mobility Device (Segway) Electric Automobile Shuttle Service Electrical inspections Employment agency Exterminator Flea market --- daily (input expiration date) Flea market --- annual Furniture leasing Gas & oil service station Gas & oil service station --- with store, no alcohol Gas & oil service station --- with store, with alcohol Golf course (obstacle or miniature) Insurance agency (per agent)

FEE 351.00 351.00 233.00 306.00 116.00 175.00 175.00 10.00 116.00 116.00 174.00 197.00 197+5% 293.00 116.00

1215 Scooter Rental or repair, 1 to 25 scooters 8710 1410 1510 1710 1810 1820 1910 1920 7310 8910 8920 7710 7910 5710 Boat (charter, head boat, sightseeing) Bowling alley (each alley) Bus terminal Cable television Candy manufacturing --- sold off premises Candy manufacturing --- sold on premises Car wash --- self-serve (per bay) Car wash --- mechanical (per bay) Check cashing service Child care --- in home Child care --- day care center Club --- private Consultants --- management Contractor --- 1 to 5 employees 5720 Contractor --- 6 to 10 employees 5730 Contractor --- 11 to 20 employees 5740 Contractor --- 21 to 40 employees 5750 Contractor --- 41 employees and over 5760 Contractor disposal permit (carpet cleaning) 8810 8110 0233 2510 Day spa (managed by a licensed aesthetician) Detective or Security agency Dog license Dry cleaners

2610 7810 2410 2420 2430 2441 2442 2451 2452 2460 3810 3910 5910 5420 4010 4310 2310 2320 6410 6110 4410 8610 8620

Laundromat (per machine) Locksmith Marina - slips 24 feet and over --- (per slip) slips under 24 feet --- (per slip) Marine railway Marina renting boats, jet skis, etc plus additional per boat Marine facility renting boats, jet skis (temporary) plus additional per boat Maritime business - any other than above Parking lot, commercial, per space Pawnbroker or petty loan establishment Peddler (if permitted) Pet Care Photograph gallery or studio Portrait studio Place of entertainment --- no alcohol Place of entertainment --- with alcohol Office - Business or In-Home Public utility with a retail outlet Radio station Real estate office --- sales Real estate office --- rentals

20.00 116.00 33.00 18.00 116.00 116.00 9.00 293.00 9.00 116.00 5.00 583.00 116.00 58.00 174.00 174.00 351.00 159 + 5% 174.00 293.00 235.00 174.00 174.00

116.00 233.00 351.00 467.00 583.00 50.00 116.00 116.00 5.00 174.00

EFFECTIVE

03/01/12

TOWN OF OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND LICENSE & PERMIT SCHEDULE
CATEGORY 0100 0110 DESCRIPTION Rental --- condo, pvt home, mobile home + NCP Rental --- apt house & cottages + NCP plus $8.00 for each sleeping room over one 0120 0125 Rental --- Hotels, Motels & Inns + NCP 0120 0130 0120 plus $8.00 for each sleeping room over one Rental --- rooming house & dormitories+ NCP ( $8.00 per room - minimum of $25.00) FEE 116.00 116.00 8.00 116.00 8.00 25.00 Min 8.00 25.00 116.00 (174.00 total) (232.00 total) 1.00 116.00 174.00 + 5% 232.00 + 5% 1.00 255.00 102.00 116.00 293.00 174.00 174.00 233.00 583.00 1167.00 318.00 + 5% 530.00 + 5% 1167.00+5% 6610 6630 6620 CATEGORY 5510 8210 Taxi company Taxidermist DESCRIPTION FEE $300.00 116.00

5810 7210 6710 6720 9080 9085 9090 6510 6510

TV, crib, cot , stroller & wheelchair rental Tennis club Theater --- live entertainment Theater --- film Tow sign renewal fee Tow sign rental fee (includes decal) Towing company (issued by OCPD) Trailer or RV park operator plus additional, per space Vending Machine (when added to a license) 0221 0222 0223 0224 3310 4210 cigarette cracker & candy drink & food other dispensing machine ice boxes or dispensers pool or billard table

116.00 116.00 116.00 233.00 10.00 25.00 110.00 116.00 13.00

9900 Noise Control Permit 4611 4621 4631 4641 4612 4622 4632 4642 6020 Restaurant / hotel dining--NO ALCOHOL, to 25 seats 26 to 50 seats (+ $58.00) 51 to 100 seats (+ $58.00) over 100 seats --- add $1.00 per seat Restaurant / hotel dining-W/ALCOHOL, up to 25 seats 26 to 50 seats (+ $58.00) 51 to 100 seats (+ $58.00) over 100 seats --- add $1.00 per seat

58.00 14.00 31.00 14.00 31.00 31.00

Sexually Oriented Business (refer to License Inspector) 6030 Sexually Oriented Business Employee(per employee) Sign painters, self-employed Sign painting and erecting company Skating rink --- ice Skating rink ---roller Store / stand under 5000 sq ft --- NO ALCOHOL 5000 to 20000 sq ft no alcohol 20000 or more sq ft no alcohol Store / stand under 5000 sq ft --- WITH ALCOHOL 5000 to 20000 sq ft with alcohol 20000 or more sq ft with alcohol

5010 5110 5210 5220 4910 4920 4930 4911 4921 4931

Vending Business ("outside vendor" on license) cigarette cracker & candy drink & food 58.00 14.00 31.00

0510 4935

video & pinball Vendor --- Special Events (Bike Week)

31.00 233.00

6910

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

174.00

2750

MAXIMUM CHARGE PER LICENSE PER LOCATION IS $2861
(eff 4/03)
Our Fee (5%) County Fee

COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSES 4651 4652 4653 4656 4657

CLASS A -- BEER / WINE $26.25 CLASS B -- BEER / WINE $28.75 CLASS B -- BEER / WINE / LIQUOR $156.25 CLASS D -- BEER / WINE $31.25 CLASS D -- BEER / WINE / LIQUOR $212.50 CONTRACTOR LICENSE COMMENTS

$525 $575 $3,125 $625 $4,250

Comments: home improvement activity as defined by the MHIC Restrictions: This does not authorize the licensee to engage in LICENSE PERIOD (HALF YR)

TOWING COMPANY TAXI CAB RENTAL LICENSE BUSINESS LICENSE TOW SIGNS DOG LICENSE

(TW) (TC) (RL) (FI) (TS) (DL)

2/1 - 1/31 4/1 - 3/31 5/1 - 4/30 6/1 - 5/31 6/1 - 5/31 7/1 - 6/30

N/A N/A 12/1 1/1 N/A 2/1 EFFECTIVE 03/01/12

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 4. NEW BUSINESS C. Request for Approval to Solicit Bids for Jet Ski and ATVs presented by Procurement Manager

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The White Marlin Capital of the World
Agenda Item #
4C 02/11/14

TO: The Honorable Mayor, Council President and Members of Council THRU: David L. Recor, ICMA-CM, City Manager FROM: Catrice L. Parsons, Procurement Manager RE: Request to Solicit Bids at the Department Level for Three ATVs & One Jet Ski DATE: February 04, 2014     ISSUE(S):  Approval for intent to bid three (3) ATVs and one (1) Jet Ski, separately per the FY14 approved budget.     SUMMARY:  Request approval from the Mayor & City Council to seek bids at the Departmental Level for three (3) ATVs and one (1) Jet Ski, in accordance with section 2.3 of the Purchasing Policies.       FISCAL IMPACT:  ATVs $15,600 and Jet Ski $8,500 were budgeted for FY14.       RECOMMENDATION:  Proceed with the approval to seek bids as aforementioned.      ALTERNATIVES:  Do not purchase.      RESPONSIBLE STAFF:  Catrice Parsons, Procurement Manager      COORDINATED WITH:  Edward Kovacs, Second Lt./Srt. Beach Patrol      ATTACHMENT(S):  None 

 

Council Meeting

WORK SESSION -MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2014 4. NEW BUSINESS D. Request for Approval of FY14 Budget Amendment #1 presented by Budget Manager

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The White Marlin Capital of the World
Agenda Item # Council Meeting 4D 2/11/14

TO: THRU: FROM: RE: DATE:

The Honorable Mayor, Council President and Members of Council David L. Recor, ICMA-CM, City Manager Jennie Knapp, Budget Manager FY 14 Budget Amendment #1, Introduction 2/4/14

ISSUE(S): SUMMARY:

Introduction of FY 14 Budget Amendment #1 The budget amendment appropriates an additional $1.6 million from fund balance to cover Council approved expenditures for canal dredging, street paving, maintenance items, and the purchase of an ambulance and a boardwalk sweeper. An additional $530,000 of appropriated fund balance is included to cover items included in the FY 13 budget, but not purchased. Items included are the Town’s local match for the Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for the Fire Company, TAB funds and prior year purchase orders. Recognition of grants including the State Tourism grant and County grants exceeding the budgeted amount are included in the amendment as well. Parking revenue estimates are reduced to account for meters that have been removed. The amount taken from prior year reserves (fund balance) increases $2,138,351 from $247,066 in the FY 14 Adopted budget to $2,385,417. Fund balance remains at or above the 15% of annual expenditures policy target. Appropriations of $1.6 million to cover capital projects, maintenance items and vehicles were approved by the Council on October 1, 2013. Approval of Budget Amendment #1 for FY 14 None Jennie Knapp, Budget Manager Not applicable 1) Budget amendment ordinance 2) Detail of changes 3) Power Point presentation

FISCAL IMPACT:

RECOMMENDATION: ALTERNATIVES: RESPONSIBLE STAFF: COORDINATED WITH: ATTACHMENT(S):

Budget Amendment # 1 General Fund

Revenue Changes
• • • • • • • Other Taxes Licenses and Permits From Other Agencies Service Charges Fines & Forfeitures Other Revenue Appropriated Fund Balance Total Increases $ 233,353 $ 52,906 $ 1,277,932 $ (242,150) $ 17,238 $ 16,609 $ 2,138,351 $ 3,494,239

Expenditure Changes
• SCBA Funding • Advertising • Dredging • Street Paving • Maintenance Items • Vehicles • TAB Prior Year Balance • Prior Year Purchase Orders • Prior Year Grant Balances Subtotal for expenditure changes $ 583,325 $ 570,000 $ 500,000 $ 496,763 $ 410,092 $ 315,000 $ 164,986 $ 154,722 $ 141,691 $3,336,579

Expenditure Changes (continued)
• • • • • • • FY 14 Grants Tourism County Grant Tasers, Software, Etc. CID Replacement Vehicle Mounted Unit Purchases OCDC Additional County Grant Winterfest Display Subtotal This Page Total Budgeted Increases $ 65,822 $ 30,000 $ 17,238 $ 16,609 $ 10,141 $ 10,000 $ 7,850 $ 157,660 $3,494,239

Water and Wastewater Funds
• Water Fund:
– $16,551 from Prior Year Reserves to fund prior year purchase orders

• Wastewater Fund:
– $104,106 from Prior Year Reserves to fund prior year purchase orders

Transportation Fund
• Transportation:
– Increases:
• Prior Year Grant Balances: • Prior Year Purchase Orders: • Total Increases: $ 1,551,926 $ 13,622 $ 1,565,548 ($1,311,300) ($ 100,000) ($ 45,700) ($1,457,000)

– Reductions:
• • • • Items Not Funded by MTA in FY 14 Estimates for Bus Passenger Reven Estimates for Boardwalk Tram Total Reductions:

Airport and Golf Course Funds
• Airport:
– $23,774 from Prior Year Reserves to fund Prior Year Purchase Orders – $15,000 in operational savings were used to reduce revenue estimates

• Golf Course:
– $11,275 from Prior Year Reserves to fund Prior Year Purchase Orders – $3,458 savings in part-time salaries transferred to cover contracted cleaning service

Convention Center Fund
• Increases:
– – – – – – – – – Unemployment expense Electronic sign repair Prior Year Purchase Orders Total Increases Energy Curtailment Rebate Overtime Reduction Energy Reductions Operating Costs Total Reductions $28,217 $13,000 $12,821 $54,038 ($14,906) ($18,882) ($21,179) ($54,750) ($109,717)

• Reductions:

• Total Change:

($55,679)

IT, And Service Center Funds
• IT:
– $12,009 from prior year reserves to fund prior year purchase orders

• Service Center:
– $10,456 from prior year reserves to fund prior year purchase orders – $5,840 savings in full-time salaries used to fund onsite H.T.E. training

Vehicle Trust and Capital Projects Funds
• Vehicle Trust Fund:
– – – – $3,714,417 Prior Year bus grants & local match $315,000 Funding for Ambulance and Boardwalk sweeper $58,264 Radio Equipment Grant $35,908 Prior Year Purchase Orders

• General Capital Projects:
– $500,000 General Fund transfer for Canal Dredging – $383,410 General Fund transfer for Street Paving – $113,353 Highway User Revenue for Street Paving

Changes from Adopted Budget: General Fund Revenue:
Other Taxes Licenses and Permits Revenue From Other Agencies 233,353 113,353 Highway User Funds; 120,000 Room Tax 52,906 27,588 Critical Areas Funds; 25,318 Stormwater Mitigation Balances brought forward 1,277,932 383,325 SCBA grant; 450,000 State Tourism grant 290,000 Additional County grants; 88,785 prior year grant balances; 3,998 Customs reimbursement; 16,900 FY 14 Hazardous Materials training grant; 44,924 FY 13 Homeland Securities grant (242,150) (155,000) parking meter revenue; (95,000) Inlet Lot revenue; 7,850 Coke donation for Winterfest display 17,238 Recognition of forfeiture funds. 9,946 purchase of 7 tasers; 6,950 computer software; 342 training 16,609 Insurance recovery for CID vehicle 2,138,351 Council Approved expenditures: 500,000 Dredging project; 410,092 Maintenance items; 383,410 Street paving project; 315,000 Funding of ambulance and boardwalk sweeper; Prior year balances brought forward: 200,000 SCBA Town contribution; 164,986 TAB funds; 10,141 Mounted Unit expenses; Prior year purchase orders, 154,722 3,494,239

Charges for Services Fines and Forfeitures Other Revenue Appropriated Fund Balance

General Fund Expenses:
General Government Public Safety (48,408) (58,408) retirement allocation; 10,000 OCDC County grant 865,252 583,325 SCBA funding; 88,785 prior year grant balances; 66,253 prior year purchase orders; 61,824 FY 14 grant funds; 61,671 retirement funding; 17,238 forfeiture funds; 16,609 vehicle insurance recovery; 16,192 Public Safety building transfer switch; 10,141 Mounted Unit expenses; 3,998 Customs reimbursement; (60,784) salary and benefits for position transferred from Construction Inspection to Engineering. 187,309 211,070 maintenance items funded from fund balance; 29,332 prior year purchase orders; 27,588 prior year Critical Area funds; (28,431) Sunfest labor; (31,600) transfers from one Public Works division to another; (15,550) retirement funding; (5,100) transfers to Stormwater projects. 23,154 40,000 repaint 2 Solid Waste vehicles; (11,150) transfer to Public Works Street division; (5,696) retirement funding 240,397 87,830 funding of Council approved maintenance items; 60,784 salary and benefits for position transferred from Construction Inspection to Engineering; 31,600 funds transferred from PW Beach division; 25,318 Stormwater mitigation project balances from prior year; 22,677 prior year purchase orders; 11,150 transfer from Solid Waste division; 10,484 retirement funding; 5,100 transfer from Critical Area projects to Stormwater projects; (14,546) Sunfest labor. 839,877 450,000 State Tourism grant; 120,000 additional advertising from Room Tax; 164,986 TAB balance from prior year; 50,861 Sunfest labor; 30,000 Additional County grant; 12,632 retirement; 7,850 Coke donation for Winterfest display; 3,458 prior year purchase orders

Public Works/Beach Maintenance

Sanitation & Waste Removal Highways & Streets

Economic Development - Tourism

Culture and Recreation

Transfer to Vehicle Trust Transfer to Capital Projects

74,895 55,00 Council approved maintenance; 32,912 prior year purchase orders; (7,884) Sunfest labor; (5,5,133) retirement funding 315,000 Purchase of ambulance and PW maintenance vehicles 996,763 500,000 Dredging; 496,763 Street paving 3,494,239

Water Fund Revenue:
Prior Year Reserves 16,551 Prior Year purchase orders

Water Fund Expenses:
Non-Personal Services 16,551 Prior Year purchase orders

Transportation Fund Revenue:
Bus Revenue Train Revenue Federal and State Grants Prior Year Reserves (100,000) Reduction of estimate for bus passenger revenue (45,700) Reduction of estimate for boardwalk train estimate 85,433 (1,311,300) items not funded by MTA 1,396,733 prior year grant balances brought forward 168,815 155,193 local match for prior year grant balances; 13,622 prior year purchase orders 108,548

Transportation Fund Expenses:
Non-Personal Services 58,224 13,622 prior year purchase orders; (95,000) items not funded by MTA; 139,602 prior year grant balances brought forward. 50,324 (1,362,000) 3 of 6 transit buses not funded by MTA; 1,412,324 prior year grant balances brought forward 108,548

Capital Outlay

Wastewater Fund Revenue:
Prior Year Reserves 104,106 Prior Year purchase orders

Wastewater Fund Expenses:
Non-Personal Services 104,106 Prior year purchase orders

Airport Fund Revenue:
Rents and Other Revenue Prior Year Reserves (15,000) (1,000) Office rental; (2,000) Tie-down revenue; (12,000) T-hangar rental 23,774 Prior Year Encumbrances 8,774

Airport Fund Expenses:
Personal Services Non-Personal Services (9,870) (11,870) Full-time salaries ; (2,000) Interdepartmental labor; (1,000) premium overtime; 5,000 part-time salaries 18,644 23,774 Prior Year encumbrances; (5,130) operational expenses 8,774

Golf Course Fund Revenue:
Prior Year Reserves 11,275 Prior Year purchase orders

Golf Course Fund Expenses:
Personal Services Non-Personal Services Capital Outlay (3,458) Part-Time salaries 13,418 9,960 prior year encumbrances; 3,458 contracted cleaning service/ 1,315 Prior Year purchase order 11,275

Convention Center Fund Revenue:
Service Charges (95,500) (50,000) City Sponsored Events; (21,000) Hall Rental; (15,000) Service Charges; (12,000) Lease Revenue; 2,500 Miscellaneous Revenue 5,000 County Grant over estimate 22,000 Insurance refund for chiller repair 12,821 (55,679)

State and County Grants Insurance Claim Payments Prior Year Reserves

Convention Center Fund Expenses:
Personal Services 9,335 28,217 Unemployment; 10,500 Part-Time Salaries; (23,000) Overtime; (5,000) Interdepartmental Labor; (1,382) Retirement funding (65,014) (30,000) reduction in advertising for cultural arts auditorium; (24,750) operating costs; (21,179) Energy reductions; (14,906) Energy rebates; 13,000 repair electronic sign; 12,821 prior year purchase orders (55,679)

Non-Personal Services

Information Technology Fund Revenue:
Prior Year Reserves 12,009 Prior Year purchase orders

Information Technology Fund Expenses:
Non-Personal Services 12,009 Prior Year purchase orders

Service Center Fund Revenue:
Prior Year Reserves 10,456 Prior Year purchase orders

Service Center Fund Expenses:
Personal Services Non-Personal Services (5,840) Savings in Full-time salaries used to fund onsite H.T.E training 16,296 10,456 Prior Year purchase orders; 5,840 H.T.E. onsite training 10,456

Vehicle & Equipment Trust Fund Revenue:
Federal and State Grants General Fund Contribution Prior Year Reserves 3,401,239 3,342,975 Prior Year bus purchase grant balance; 58,264 Radio equipment grant 315,000 Funding for ambulance and boardwalk sweeper 407,350 35,908 prior year purchase orders; 371,442 local match for prior year bus purchase grants 4,123,589

Vehicle & Equipment Trust Fund Expenses:
Non-Personal Services Capital Outlay 34,389 Prior year purchase orders 4,089,200 3,714,417 Prior year grants for bus purchase; 315,000 Funding of ambulance and boardwalk sweeper 1,519 Prior year purchase order; 58,264 radio equipment 4,123,589

General Capital Projects Fund Revenue:

General Fund Contribution

996,763 500,000 Dredging; 496,763 Street Paving

General Capital Projects Fund Expenses:
Street Paving Canal Dredging 496,763 500,000 996,763

ORDINANCE 2013TOWN OF OCEAN CITY OPERATING BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2014

SOURCE Section I, General Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Property Taxes Other Taxes Licenses and Permits Revenue From Other Agencies Charges For Services Fines and Forfeitures Other Revenue Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: General Government Public Safety Public Works/Beach Maintenance Sanitation and Waste Removal Highways and Streets Economic Development -Tourism Culture and Recreation Debt Service Sub Total To Transportation Fund To Airport Fund To Convention Center Fund To Vehicle Trust Fund To Capital Projects Total Expenditures

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

$

42,112,140 $ 15,659,800 3,933,750 4,483,944 9,459,955 735,000 414,676 247,066 77,046,331 $

42,112,140 $ 15,893,153 3,986,656 5,761,876 9,217,805 752,238 431,285 2,385,417 80,540,570 $

0 233,353 52,906 1,277,932 (242,150) 17,238 16,609 2,138,351 3,494,239

$

$

3,927,693 $ 33,223,791 4,950,449 5,622,596 4,935,383 6,895,684 7,459,174 5,314,444 72,329,214 $ 1,722,688 235,932 1,355,260 0 1,403,237 77,046,331 $

3,879,285 $ 34,089,043 5,137,758 5,645,750 5,175,780 7,735,561 7,534,069 5,314,444 74,511,690 $ 1,722,688 235,932 1,355,260 315,000 2,400,000 80,540,570 $

(48,408) 865,252 187,309 23,154 240,397 839,877 74,895 0 2,182,476 0 0 0 315,000 996,763 3,494,239

$

$

SOURCE Section II, Water Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Water Sales Water Fixture Charge Service Charges Capacity/Impact Fees Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ $

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

3,551,295 $ 3,494,483 188,558 75,600 122,995 7,432,931 $

3,551,295 $ 3,494,483 188,558 75,600 139,546 7,449,482 $

0 0 0 0 16,551 16,551

$

2,006,663 $ 2,994,052 1,067,216 1,365,000 7,432,931 $

2,006,663 $ 3,010,603 1,067,216 1,365,000 7,449,482 $

0 16,551 0 0 16,551

$

Section III, Transportation Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Bus Revenue Train Revenue Federal and State Grants Transfer-In From General Fund Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ 3,630,632 $ 3,347,599 2,724,000 9,702,231 $ 3,630,632 $ 3,405,823 2,774,324 9,810,779 $ 0 58,224 50,324 108,548 $ 2,943,661 $ 1,106,000 3,929,882 1,722,688 0 9,702,231 $ 2,843,661 $ 1,060,300 4,015,315 1,722,688 168,815 9,810,779 $ (100,000) (45,700) 85,433 0 168,815 108,548

$

$

SOURCE Section IV, Wastewater Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Wastewater Treatment Charges Service Charges Capacity/Impact Fees Build America Bond Subsidy Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ $

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

11,404,390 $ 981,933 132,000 119,966 0 12,638,289 $

11,404,390 $ 981,933 132,000 119,966 104,106 12,742,395 $

0 0 0 0 104,106 104,106

$

4,098,768 $ 3,758,958 3,487,527 1,293,036 12,638,289 $

4,098,768 $ 3,863,064 3,487,527 1,293,036 12,742,395 $

0 104,106 0 0 104,106

$

Section V, Airport Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Fuel Sales Rents and Other Revenue Service Charges Transfer-In From General Fund Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ 310,767 $ 1,035,132 142,974 0 1,488,873 $ 300,897 $ 1,053,776 142,974 0 1,497,647 $ (9,870) 18,644 0 0 8,774 $ 790,282 $ 344,667 117,992 235,932 0 1,488,873 $ 790,282 $ 329,667 117,992 235,932 23,774 1,497,647 $ 0 (15,000) 0 0 23,774 8,774

$

$

SOURCE Section VI, Municipal Golf Course Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges Sales and Concessions Other Revenue Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Transfer to General Fund Capital Outlay Total Expenditures

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

$

1,660,008 $ 422,240 63,600 0 2,145,848 $

1,660,008 $ 422,240 63,600 11,275 2,157,123 $

0 0 0 11,275 11,275

$

$

1,063,727 $ 1,072,647 9,474 0 2,145,848 $

1,060,269 $ 1,086,065 9,474 1,315 2,157,123 $

(3,458) 13,418 0 1,315 11,275

$

Section VII, Convention Center Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges State and County Grants Food & Beverage Tax Transfer-In From General Fund Prior Year Reserves Contributed Equity Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Debt Service Transfer to Capital Reserves Capital Outlay Total Expenditures

$

1,999,400 $ 1,419,280 1,130,000 1,355,260 1,058,493 0 6,962,433 $

1,925,900 $ 1,424,280 1,130,000 1,355,260 1,071,314 0 6,906,754 $

(73,500) 5,000 0 0 12,821 0 (55,679)

$

$

2,887,287 $ 1,655,819 2,319,327 100,000 0 6,962,433 $

2,896,622 $ 1,590,805 2,319,327 100,000 0 6,906,754 $

9,335 (65,014) 0 0 0 (55,679)

$

SOURCE Section VIII, Information Technology Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges To Other Funds Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ $

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

1,857,726 $ 0 1,857,726 $

1,857,726 $ 12,009 1,869,735 $

0 12,009 12,009

$

958,627 $ 899,099 0 1,857,726 $

958,627 $ 911,108 0 1,869,735 $

0 12,009 0 12,009

$

Section IX, Service Center Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges To Other Funds Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ 1,866,269 $ 3,399,764 0 0 5,266,033 $ 1,860,429 $ 3,416,060 0 0 5,276,489 $ (5,840) 16,296 0 0 10,456 $ 5,266,033 $ 0 5,266,033 $ 5,266,033 $ 10,456 5,276,489 $ 0 10,456 10,456

$

$

SOURCE Section X, Vehicle & Equipment Trust Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges To Other Funds Federal and State Grants General Fund Contribution Sale of Assets Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Non-Personal Services Debt Service Transfers Out Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ $

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

2,099,590 $ 0 0 130,000 0 2,229,590 $

2,099,590 $ 3,401,239 315,000 130,000 407,350 6,353,179 $

0 3,401,239 315,000 0 407,350 4,123,589

$

728,082 $ 0 0 1,501,508 2,229,590 $

762,471 $ 0 0 5,590,708 6,353,179 $

34,389 0 0 4,089,200 4,123,589

$

Section XI, Risk Management Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: Service Charges To Other Funds Interest Earned Prior Year Reserves Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Personal Services Non-Personal Services/Claims Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ 248,506 $ 2,036,435 0 2,284,941 $ 248,506 $ 2,036,435 0 2,284,941 $ 0 0 0 0 $ 2,232,519 $ 52,422 0 2,284,941 $ 2,232,519 $ 52,422 0 2,284,941 $ 0 0 0 0

$

$

SOURCE Section XII, Pension Trust Funds: A. Anticipated Revenue: Employer Contributions Employee Contributions Investment Earnings Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Benefit Payments Non-Personal Services Reserve for Employee's Retirement Total Expenditures Section XIII, OPEB Trust Funds: A. Anticipated Revenue: Employer Contributions Employee Contributions Investment Earnings Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Benefit Payments Non-Personal Services Reserve for Retiree Health Total Expenditures

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

$

5,697,130 $ 1,580,000 4,680,000 11,957,130 $

5,697,130 $ 1,580,000 4,680,000 11,957,130 $

0 0 0 0

$

$

4,650,000 $ 160,000 7,147,130 11,957,130 $

4,650,000 $ 160,000 7,147,130 11,957,130 $

0 0 0 0

$

$

3,617,002 $ 200,000 315,000 4,132,002 $

3,617,002 $ 200,000 315,000 4,132,002 $

0 0 0 0

$

$

950,000 $ 90,000 3,092,002 4,132,002 $

950,000 $ 90,000 3,092,002 4,132,002 $

0 0 0 0

$

SOURCE Section XIV, General Capital Projects Fund: A. Anticipated Revenue: General Fund Contribution Bond Proceeds Inlet Lot Parking Revenue Total Revenue B. Anticipated Expenditures: Street Paving Canal Dredging Roof Replacement Reserve for Future Capital Projects Total Expenditures $ $

ADOPTED FY-2014

AMENDMENT # 1 FIRST READING

CHANGES

1,403,237 871,000 270,000 2,544,237 $

2,400,000 871,000 270,000 3,541,000 $

996,763 0 0 996,763

1,403,237 0 871,000 270,000 2,544,237 $

1,900,000 500,000 871,000 270,000 3,541,000 $

496,763 500,000 0 0 996,763

Section XIV, All Funds Expenditure Summary: General Fund Water Fund Transportation Fund Wastewater Fund Airport Fund Municipal Golf Course Fund Convention Center Fund Information Technology Fund Service Center Fund Vehicle & Equipment Trust Fund Risk Management Fund Pension Trust Funds OPEB Trust Fund Sub Total LESS: Interfund Transfers Total Expenditures Capital Projects Fund - General Grand Total $ $ $ 77,046,331 $ 7,432,931 9,702,231 12,638,289 1,488,873 2,145,848 6,962,433 1,857,726 5,266,033 2,229,590 2,284,941 11,957,130 4,132,002 145,144,358 $ (19,985,152) 125,159,206 $ 2,544,237 127,703,443 $ 80,540,570 $ 7,449,482 9,810,779 12,742,395 1,497,647 2,157,123 6,906,754 1,869,735 5,276,489 6,353,179 2,284,941 11,957,130 4,132,002 152,978,226 $ (21,005,689) 131,972,537 $ 3,541,000 135,513,537 $ 3,494,239 16,551 108,548 104,106 8,774 11,275 (55,679) 12,009 10,456 4,123,589 0 0 0 7,833,868 (1,020,537) 6,813,331 996,763 7,810,094

$

Section XV, Special Authorization - Budget Manager: The Budget Manager shall be authorized to reallocate departmental appropriations among the various objects of expenditures as she deems necessary. Such changes shall be approved by the Finance Administrator & City Manager. Section XVI, Restrictions - City Manager: A. The utilization of any contingency appropriation shall be accomplished only with prior authorization from the Mayor and Council. B. Utilization of appropriations established in the Capital Improvement Fund may be accomplished only with the express approval of the Mayor and Council. Section XVII, Tax Rate: An Ad Valorem Tax Rate of $0.472 per $100 of assessed valuation of real property and a rate of $1.29 per $100 of assessed valuation of corporate and personal property tax is required to fund this budget. INTRODUCED at a meeting of the City Council of Ocean City, Maryland held on February 18, 2014. ADOPTED AND PASSED, as amended, by the required vote of the elected membership of the City Council and approved by the Mayor at its meeting held on March 3, 2014.

DAVID L. RECOR, CITY MANAGER

RICHARD W. MEEHAN, MAYOR

KELLY L. ALLMOND, CITY CLERK

LLOYD MARTIN, PRESIDENT

MARY P. KNIGHT, SECRETARY ADOPTED: Date MOTION TO ADOPT BY: MOTION SECONDED BY: VOTE: FOR: AGAINST: