DENALI BOROUGH, ALASKA

ORDINANCE NO.   92-06 

INTRODUCED BY:    Mayor Rick Brewer 

 

 

AN ORDINANCE FOR THE DENALI BOROUGH PROVIDING FOR THE

ESTABLISHMENT AND ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET FOR

THE FISCAL YEAR 1993.

 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE ASSEMBLY OF THE DENALI BOROUGH:

 

 

Section l.  Classification.

     This is a non‑code ordinance.

 

Section 2.  General Provisions.

     The budget lists the authorized revenues and expenditures and the change in cash balances for the period July 1, 1992 through June 30, 1993 and made a matter of public record.

 

 

                           REVENUES

 

                                        

         Municipal Assistance                 $ 101,340.00

         Organizational Grant                     100,000.00

         Overnight Accommodations         440,000.00

         Severance Tax                                 75,000.00

         Interest Income                                 30,000.00

         Revenue Sharing                             49,000.00

         Miscellaneous Income                            30.00

 

         REVENUE TOTAL                    $ 795,370.00

              

         PROJECTED CARRY FORWARD FROM FY 92   $ 1,012,156.56

 

 

                           EXPENSES

 

         Assembly Members Stipend               $  4,800.00

         Clerk Salary                                             28,000.00

         Clerk Benefits                                            8,000.00

         Travel                                                          5,000.00

         Per Diem                                                    2,000.00

         Rent, Utilities & Postage                        10,000.00

         Dues/Subscriptions/Advertisement         5,000.00

         Elections                                                     5,000.00

         Equipment                                                  6,000.00

         Supplies                                                     5,500.00

         Renovations                                               5,000.00

         Land Use Planning                                    1,500.00

         Contingency                                               7,000.00

 

         ASSEMBLY TOTAL                            $ 92,800.00

 

         Mayor Salary                                        $ 30,000.00

         Admin. Staff Salary                                20,000.00

         Benefits                                                     9,000.00

         Travel                                                         4,000.00

         Per Diem                                                   4,000.00

         Audit                                                          6,000.00

         Bonding & Insurance                             15,000.00

         Attorney Fees, Travel & Per Diem      10,000.00

         Consultant Fees, Travel & Per Diem            0.00

         Contingency                                             2,500.00

         Distribution to Communities                56,264.00

 

         MAYOR TOTAL                               $ 156,764.00

 

  Denali Borough School District

 

  SCHOOL DISTRICT TOTAL

 

         EXPENSES TOTAL                        $ 249,564.00

 

 

     Operating Excess/(Shortfall)          

     Over Carry Forward/Reserves             $   762,592.56

 

     Total Operating Excess/(Shortfall)          

     Over Carry Forward/Reserves/Revenues    $ 1,557,962.56      

                                       

 

Section 3.  Authorization and Appropriation.

        The appropriations are adopted and authorized for the period July 1, 1992 through June 30, 1993 and are the budget for that period.  Subject to assembly approval by resolution, the Mayor may (1) establish line item expenditures within an authorized appropriation, and/or (2) transfer from one authorized expenditure to another any amount which would not annually exceed 10 percent of one authorized expenditure or $10,000, whichever is less.

 

Section 4.  Budget Narrative.

The following is a line item breakdown narrative of the Fiscal Year '93 budget.

 

REVENUES

 

 

1.)        MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE - This number is based on FY '92 funding less 10% possible decrease in State Municipal Assistance.

 

2.)        ORGANIZATIONAL GRANT - This is the last part of funding to be received as part of this grant.

 

3.)        OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX - This amount was increased due to projected FY '92 revenues being higher than budgeted FY '92 revenues.  Also, the number of rooms available in the area are increasing, and tourism is projected to escalate.

4.)        SEVERANCE TAX - The FY '93 budget figure is based on the projected FY '92 amount.  A similar year of resources sold is expected.

 

5.)        INTEREST INCOME - This figure is based on projected FY '92 amounts, but interest rates are impossible to predict.

 

6.)        REVENUE SHARING - This figure is a projection given to us by the Dept. of Community & Regional Affairs.

 

7.)        MISCELLANEOUS INCOME - This figure is based on projected FY '92 amounts.  It includes copying charges, etc.

 

 

 

EXPENSES

 

ASSEMBLY BUDGET -

 

1.)        ASSEMBLY MEMBERS STIPEND - This number is based on 8 assembly members receiving monthly stipends of $50 for 12 months.

 

2.)  CLERK SALARY - This amount is the same as was budgeted for FY '92.

 

3.)        CLERK BENEFITS - This amount has been increased to be similar to projected FY '92 spending.  Please note that the clerk's health insurance and PERS, as well as assembly PERS, is included in this line item.

 

4.)        TRAVEL - This figure has been decreased to reflect FY '92 spending.  This line item includes Assembly and Clerk travel.  The total cost for Assembly Members and the Clerk to travel to all regular assembly meeting would be $2,790.00.  In addition, trips to Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau have been included in this line item.

 

5.)        PER DIEM - This amount is the same as was budgeted for FY '92.  It will include approximately 22 days per diem for the Clerk and Assembly members.

 

6.)        RENT\UTILITIES\POSTAGE - This amount has been increased due to a rental agreement made with the Railbelt School District.  The Denali Borough is responsible for reimbursing them for custodial services provided to the entire office building.  Also, postage has greatly fluctuated due to unforseen Borough mailings.

 

7.)        DUES/SUBSCRIPTION/ADVERTISING - This figure has been maintained to the budgeted FY '92 level.  However, it may need to be increased if the Assembly chooses to participate in the Alaska Municipal League.

 

8.)        ELECTIONS - This line item has been increased due to elections expenditures being greater than planned in FY '92, and the possibility that FY '93 may prove to be similar.

 

 

9.)        EQUIPMENT - This amount has been decreased because the office has most of the equipment it requires.  However, another computer system for the office will be necessary.  The approximate cost for this will be $4,000.  A monitor will also need to be purchased if the Railbelt School District needs the monitor they have loaned us.  The approximate cost for this will be $1,000.

 

10.)     SUPPLIES - This figure has been increased based on projected spending in FY '92.  A large portion of the supply cost is incurred during the purchase of paper and toner for the printer and copier.  The amount of paper and toner needed is unknown, due to the number of elections, special projects, etc.

 

11.)     RENOVATIONS - This amount is the same as the FY '92 budgeted amount.  Due to fire code regulations and weather conditions (drifting snow), a porch area may need to be added to the front of the office entrance.

 

12.)     LAND USE PLANNING - This figure has been maintained to the budgeted FY '92 level.  This money is used for supplies, copies, and possible travel for Land Use Planning Committee members.

 

13.)     CONTINGENCY - This amount is the same as was budgeted for FY '92.  Contingency money is used to pay for unforeseen expenditures.  This money could also be used to cover any over-expenditures without having to amend the budget.

 

 

MAYOR BUDGET -

 

1.)        MAYOR SALARY - This amount is the same as the FY '92 budgeted amount.

 

2.)        ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF SALARY - This amount is the same as was budgeted for FY '92.

 

3.)        BENEFITS - This figure has been increase to reflect FY '92 projected spending.  However, it may need to be increased more if Administrative Staff benefits are to be included in this item.

 

4.)        TRAVEL - This figure has been maintained to the budgeted FY '92 amount.  Administrative Staff travel will also be included in this line item.

 

5.)        PER DIEM - This number has also be kept the same as the FY '92 budgeted amount.  Administrative Staff per diem will also be included in this line item.

 

6.)        AUDIT - This amount is the same as was budgeted for FY '92.

 

7.)        BONDING & INSURANCE - This line item is the same as the FY '92 amount.  Current annual bonding and insurance premiums are as follows:

 

Treasurer's Bond        $   450.00

Notary Bond                       50.00

General Liability           7,524.00

Auto Insurance                 198.00

Workman's Comp           657.00

Errors & Omissions      3,250.00

 

TOTAL                  $ 12,129.00

 

8.)        ATTORNEY FEES/TRAVEL/PER DIEM - This amount has been decreased to reflect projected FY '92 spending.

 

9.)        CONSULTANT FEES/TRAVEL/PER DIEM - This amount has been reduced to $0.  No foreseen consultant fees are expected.

 

10.)     CONTINGENCY - This figure has been greatly decreased to reflect FY '92 spending.  Contingency money is used to pay for unforeseen expenditures.  This money could also be used to cover any over-expenditures without having to amend the budget.

 

11.)     DISTRIBUTION TO COMMUNITIES - This is the amount allocated to distribute to communities by Ordinance 91-10.

 

DENALI BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDING -

 

 

Section 5.  Effective Date.

        This ordinance becomes effective upon its adoption by the Denali Borough Assembly.

 

                       DATE INTRODUCED:    April 12, 1992        

 

                       FIRST READING:      April 12, 1992 

 

                       PUBLIC HEARING:      May 10, 1992 

 

 

PASSED and APPROVED by the DENALI BOROUGH ASSEMBLY this 10th day of May, 1992.

 

                                      SIGNATURE ON FILE

                                               Mayor

 ATTEST:

 

SIGNATURE ON FILE

Borough Clerk