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PERSONNEL

OPERATIONS
OVERTIME
BOARDS & AGENCIES
NEIGHBORHOOD
REVITALIZATION
• 133 vacant, surplus positions cut

• Started with the mayor’s office to eliminate
positions for a total savings of more than
$800,000

• Overall savings for this is $4.7 million

• 1% cost of living adjustment and longevity pay

• Increase pension fund contribution
• Establish a Preventive Maintenance Program

• Begin with an initial investment of half a million
dollars
• Reduce overtime costs through
efficiency and accountability
• Demand transparency and accountability for
boards and agencies

• Non-departments must submit budgets

• An internal audit process of all contracts
• Increase funding for demolition and weed
abatement

• Invest in shot spotter

• Enhanced technology

• Lighting for our neighborhoods

• Expanding responsibility within the Department
of Public Works for cleaner streets
• Establish Department of Innovation and
Economic Opportunity

• Increase and support small business growth

• Establish a neighborhood revitalization fund
Airport Hills Community $203,790.75
Central Park/5 Pts W Community $146,365.70
Crestline Community $99,883.22
Crestwood Community $54,260.75
East Birmingham Community $126,009.16
East Lake Community $178,814.15
East Pinson Valley $256,307.05
Ensley Community $275,543.35
Grasselli Community $250,348.26
Huffman Community $224,521.78
North Birmingham Community $251,714.47
Northside Community $125,374.53
Pratt Community $189,520.91
Red Mountain Community $148,372.09
Roebuck/S. Eastlake Community $129,877.39
Smithfield Community $179,719.18
Southside Community $160,048.74
Southwest Community $167,542.82
Titusville Community $104,347.88
West End Community $177,052.66
Woodlawn Community $103,293.63
Brownville Community $150,520.02
Cahaba Community $27,438.92

GRAND TOTAL $3,730,667.41