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Posted on: April 17, 2019

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE: Amendment to City Budget for FY 2018-19 & 2019-20

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 

YPSILANTI CITY COUNCIL

AMEND CITY BUDGET FOR 2018-19 & 2019-20

FISCAL YEARS AND BUDGET ORDINANCE

The Ypsilanti City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, located at 1 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, MI  48197 to consider the following Ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS BY DEPARTMENT AND MAJOR ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT FOR 2018 - 2019 AND 2019 - 2020 FISCAL YEARS.

THE CITY OF YPSILANTI ORDAINS:

Pursuant to the City Charter Section 5.06 (a), budget appropriations by department and major organizational unit are hereby approved as recommended by the Administration, as approved by City Council, and as shown below by Funds.


FUND DESCRIPTION

FUND

AMENDED BUDGET

2018-2019

AMENDED BUDGET 

2019-2020

 REVENUE 

EXPENDITURE

REVENUE

EXPEDINTURE

General Fund

101

                 14,434,853

(14,434,853)

14,084,400

(13,992,664)

Housing Fund

102

                         75,000


75,000

0

Major Street

202

                   2,102,515

(2,102,515)

1,570,754

(1,278,144)

Local Street

203

                       575,286

(575,286)

541,073

(541,073)

Public Safety Fund

205

                       375,000

(375,000)

375,000

(375,000)

Garbage and Rubbish Collection

226

                       976,023

(976,023)

930,056

(930,056)

Police Special Revenue

265

                         13,044

(13,044)

13,044

(13,044)

Depot Town Development Authority

275

                       233,020

(193,435)

230,545

(208,488)

2016 GOLT Bonds Refunding

304

                       864,636

(864,636)

869,516

(869,516)

2012 UTGO Refunding Bond

342

                       827,979

(825,771)

0

0

FUND DESCRIPTION

FUND

REVENUE

EXPENDITURE

REVENUE

EXPEDINTURE

2002B W&S Debt $485 DWRF

364

                         32,625

(32,625)

31,875

(31,875)

Down Town Development Authority

413

                   302,480

(299,376)

302,053

(302,053)

Capital Improvement

414

                       665,614

(665,614)

1,041,608

(816,608)

Economic Development Authority

415

                         36,693

(36,693)

37,250

(37,250)

2003D W&S $3.5M DWRF

469

                       338,188

(338,188)

335,750

(335,750)

2003C WS&SW $785K DWRF

471

                         51,438

(51,438)

50,313

(50,313)

2004 A Series DDA Cons $995K

473

                         85,568

(85,568)

87,773

(87,773)

2004B WS& Sew $6.3M DWRF

474

                       390,150

(390,150)

387,872

(387,872)

2007 W&W Rev DWRF $375K

479

                         18,319

(18,319)

18,001

(18,001)

2008 W&S Disp. Rev $435K

480

                         26,231

(26,231)

25,731

(25,731)

2009 W&S Bonds 7249-01

481

                           7,413

(7,413)

7,288

(7,288)

2012 W&S Factory Pump Station

482

                       189,519

(189,519)

191,331

(191,331)

2013 Revenue Refunding Bonds

483

                       755,480

(755,480)

760,880

(760,880)

Water Main DWRF 7320-01

485

                         28,116

(28,116)

27,616

(27,616)

2016 W&S Rev Refunding Bonds

486

                       839,900

(839,900)

838,100

(838,100)

Sidewalk Improvement

495

                       153,231

(153,231)

138,231

(138,231)

Public Transit

588

                       292,822

(292,822)

295,774

(295,774)

Motorpool

641

                       981,093

(981,093)

1,794,886

(1,794,886)

Worker's Compensation Fund

677

                       219,173

(219,173)

219,213

(219,213)

Fire and Police Pension

732

                   3,756,345

(3,756,345)

4,649,269

(4,649,269)

Retiree Benefits

736

                   1,490,100

(1,490,100)

1,595,860

(1,595,860)

Grand Total

 

                 31,137,854 

(31,017,957)

                  31,526,062 

(30,819,659)



Further, that in accordance with Section 19 (2) of Public Act 621 of 1978, also known as the Uniform Budgeting and Accounting Act, parameters are hereby given to allow transfers between appropriation accounts and within fund totals.

The City of Ypsilanti encourages persons with disabilities to participate and will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as signers and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting to individuals with disabilities at the meeting upon two (2) days notice to the City.  Individuals requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the City by writing or calling the following:

City Clerk’s Office

1 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, MI  48197

(734) 483-1100

All persons are welcome to attend.  A copy of the proposed 2018-19 and 2019-20 Fiscal Year Budget Ordinance may be obtained at the City Clerk’s Office during normal hours or at www.cityofypsilanti.com under Mayor and City Council.  Written comments may be sent to the City Clerk’s Office at the above address.

 

Andrew Hellenga, City Clerk
 
Publish in Washtenaw Legal News on April 18, 2019 edition.

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