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Section III - FY20 General Govt FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION GENERAL GOVERNMENT • TOWN ADMINISTRATION • FINANCE, DEBT SERVICE AND INSURANCE • POLICE MARINE • FIRE • TOWN CLERK • IS/GIS • HUMAN RESOURCES • PLANNING AND LAND USE • NATURAL RESOURCES • VISITOR SERVICES • PUBLIC WORKS/ PUBLIC BUILDINGS • HUMAN SERVICES FY2020 Budget Town Administration FY2019 Town Administration Review •Mission: Town Administration provides administrative services and support to the Board of Selectmen and to all Town departments to ensure the effective and cost efficient operation of the Town. This includes prioritization and policy-setting in conjunction with the Board of Selectmen's annual goals and objectives; preparation and management of a balanced budget; general supervision and coordination of all departments; maximizing citizen input and participation on all aspects of government; and fostering open communications between government and the community. •Goals: I.Continue to implement innovative financial strategies and government efficiencies that ensure the delivery of critical services to the Town while proactively positioning Nantucket for the future. II.Maintain GFOA Distinguished Financial Reporting status. III.Implement professional project management of multiple projects and initiatives. IV.Creation and funding of an Advanced Life-Saving program in the Fire Department. V.Continue to refine and implement the Long-Term Capital Planning program. VI.Complete long-term sewer financing and implementation strategy. VII.Create greater transparency and foster open communication and information sharing within the organization and throughout the community. VIII.Introduce improved efficiencies through greater use of technologies available to the Town. •Initiatives and Accomplishments: I.Select Board completed first round of strategic planning process with goals for housing, transportation and environment. II.Created Office of Strategic Planning to support the Board’s strategic planning initiatives and hired Strategic Project Manager. III.Began implementation of HR Organization Assessment recommendations. IV.Created the Chief Technology Officer position per the recommendation of the IT Assessment conducted in FY2016. V.Achieved GFOA Distinguished Financial Reporting Award honors. VI.Engaged with NCTV to stream and record all public meetings and forums, not just regulatory committees and boards. VII.Created Town of Nantucket YouTube page for more advanced and dynamic on-demand viewing of all public meetings. Town Administration FY2020 Town Administration Overview •Priorities I.Support the Select Board’s strategic planning priorities in housing, transportation and the environment. II.Cautious growth of the general fund and school budgets with an eye on the national economy. III.Critical space-needs and municipal facility plans and associated funding, including infrastructure maintenance. IV.Keeping several high-profile projects on schedule and under budget regardless of escalating construction costs. V.Providing solutions to seasonal and full-time employee housing. VI.Implementation of Advanced Life-Saving program classroom and practical instruction. VII.Sidewalk and cobblestone management plans and associated funding. VIII.Completing a Parks and Recreation Master Plan and community needs assessment. IX.Hazard Mitigation and Coastal Resiliency planning and implementation. X.Improving harbor and water quality through needs-area sewer projects, fertilizer management, and continued public outreach. XI.Scaling resources to meet the demands of growing tourism and events. XII.Implementation of IT assessment (completed in January’16). •Significant Changes Year-to-Year I.Greater, multi-faceted focus on affordable housing and employee housing needs. II.Focus on public safety and the growing “party destination” reputation of the island. III.Concentration on coastal erosion and flooding. •Key Issues I.Limited and costly housing inventory . II.Ability to deliver all services while living within limited growth projections. III.Municipal space needs and the Town’s ability to provide adequate services. IV.Growing year-round and seasonal population and associated service demands. V.Ability to recruit, retain and house qualified employees, particularly in the current economy. Town Administration FY2020 Budget Town Administration Town Administration 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 978,727$ 1,064,909$ 1,067,970$ 100,638$ 1,037,202 4.5%1,192,853$ 1,489,743$ 296,890$ 43.6% Overtime 7,796 6,612 14,626 1,388 9,678 37.0%10,000 10,000 -$ 3.3% Medicare P/R Tax 14,248 15,784 15,640 1,479 15,224 4.8%17,279 20,647 3,368$ 35.6% Medical Insurance - - - - - na - - -$ na Rep & Maint 32 398 219 - 216 163.5%43,100 43,100 -$ 19,842.3% Utilities 423 505 554 38 494 14.4%800 800 -$ 61.9% Prof Services 513,246 723,294 523,111 55,429 586,551 1.0%840,000 1,122,500 282,500$ 91.4% Travel Expenses 19,858 22,159 19,181 77 20,399 (1.7%)37,500 38,000 500$ 86.3% Supplies 22,250 27,338 19,794 437 23,127 (5.7%)25,000 25,000 -$ 8.1% Equipment 10,698 - - - 3,566 (100.0%)2,000 2,000 -$ (43.9%) Rent/Lease Expenses 1,942 3,700 4,029 216 3,224 44.0%3,350 5,350 2,000$ 65.9% Other 51,184 72,864 50,109 4,432 58,052 (1.1%)86,250 81,750 (4,500)$ 40.8% TOTAL TOWN ADMINISTRATION 1,620,405$ 1,937,563$ 1,715,232$ 164,134$ 1,688,778$ 13.3%2,258,132$ 2,838,890$ 580,758$ 25.7% Appendix Town Administration Includes Health Department and Public Buildings Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Town Administration Town Manager Records Access Officer Customer Service Specialist Minutes Taker Assistant Town Manager Project Administrator FY2020 Budget Detail Town Administration FY2020 Town Administration Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) 1. Public Health Inspector: $77,000 1.Strategic Plan Initiatives: $100,000 2.Strategic Plan Implementation: $100,000 3.Staffing Study Implementation: $80,000 4.Legal Funding: $100,000 Capital Projects Seasonal Employee Housing Feasibility Study: $300,000 Town Pier Supplemental Funding: $5,000,000 Traffic Modeling: $150,000 Document Management Solution: $100,000 Coastal Resiliency Plan: $550,000 Baxter Road Relocation: $500,000 Meeting Room Trailer: $450,000 Central Fire Station Reuse: $250,000 Senior Center Relocation Study: $150,000 (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. Town Administration TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN ADMINISTRATION - HEALTH DEPT DIVISION FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION 01122 43250 FRANCHISE FEES (4,540) (4,642) (4,696) (4,626) 1.7%(4,000) (4,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01122 43255 PERMIT APPLICATION FEE (21,580) (22,985) (16,580) (20,382) (12.3%)(15,000) (15,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43600 TRIAL COURT RENT (112,123) (48,768) (36,576) (65,822) (42.9%)(70,500) (70,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 43602 MA REG OF MV SPACE RENTAL (9,297) (9,224) (8,455) (8,992) (4.6%)(9,000) (9,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43606 RENTAL FEES (16,200) (16,200) (16,200) (16,200) 0.0%(16,200) (16,200) -$ 0.0% 01122 43608 MV RENTAL AGENCY LICENSE (30,850) (16,750) (16,200) (21,267) (27.5%)(15,000) (15,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43610 LEASE INCOME (32,445) (38,005) (64,887) (45,112) 41.4%(32,000) (32,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43611 RENT 3 CHESTNUT ST (18,750) (29,167) (25,000) (24,306) 15.5%(25,000) (25,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43612 BOARD OF SELECTMEN LEASE (600) - - (200) (100.0%)- - -$ na 01122 43621 JETTIES CONCESSION FEE (56,153) (109,723) (256,797) (140,891) 113.8%(108,000) (108,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43622 CHILDREN'S BEACH CONCESSION FEE (25,627) - (8,500) (11,376) (42.4%)(10,000) (10,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43623 SURFSIDE BEACH CONCESSION FEE - (25,400) (34,815) (20,072) na (50,000) (50,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 43624 FRANCIS ST BEACH CONCESSION FEE (8,279) (20,200) (20,200) (16,226) 56.2%- - -$ na 01122 44101 LIQ LIC RES/INN AA (14,500) (29,000) (20,000) (21,167) 17.4%(15,000) (15,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44102 LIQ LIC RES/INN WM (1,600) - (3,200) (1,600) 41.4%- - -$ na 01122 44103 LIQ LIC COMM VIT AA (145,050) (135,850) (144,650) (141,850) (0.1%)(120,000) (120,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44104 LIQ LIC PKG STORE AA (20,750) (20,750) (20,750) (20,750) 0.0%(20,000) (20,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44105 LIQ LIC PKG STORE WM (5,400) (6,400) (6,400) (6,067) 8.9%(5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44106 LIQ LIC CLUB AA (16,900) (17,900) (19,100) (17,967) 6.3%(16,500) (16,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44107 LIQ LIC COM VIC W/M (10,700) (13,800) (12,200) (12,233) 6.8%(6,000) (6,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44108 COMMON VICT (6,700) (5,850) (5,900) (6,150) (6.2%)(5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44109 MOBILE FOOD UNIT (1,200) (2,400) (2,100) (1,900) 32.3%(1,500) (1,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44201 ENTERTAINMENT LICENSES (8,335) (9,175) (9,000) (8,837) 3.9%(7,500) (7,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (5,085) (1,080) (1,075) (2,413) (54.0%)(1,000) (1,000) -$ 0.0% 01122 44213 STREET VENDOR (1,050) (750) (750) (850) (15.5%)(500) (500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44216 PUBLIC ASSEMBLY PERMIT (3,675) (2,300) (800) (2,258) (53.3%)(1,500) (1,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44217 BEACH USE PERMIT (6,550) (3,725) (950) (3,742) (61.9%)(2,500) (2,500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44218 TAXI LICENSE WAITING LIST (910) (840) (1,040) (930) 6.9%(500) (500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44500 0THER BUSINESS PERMITS - - (100) (33) na - - -$ na 01122 44509 BOS PERMITS OVER THE ROAD (1,700) (2,150) (3,300) (2,383) 39.3%(500) (500) -$ 0.0% 01122 44514 CLASS I LICENSE (100) (100) (100) (100) 0.0%- - -$ na 01122 44515 CLASS II LICENSE (300) (300) (300) (300) 0.0%- - -$ na 01122 44516 CLASS III LICENSE (500) (600) (500) (533) 0.0%- - -$ na 01122 46400 RMV CITATIONS (21,537) (24,493) (40,450) (28,826) 37.0%- - -$ na 01122 48100 SALE OF INVENTORY & FIXED - - (14,851) (4,950) na - - -$ na 01122 48400 BOS MISC REVENUES (20) (4,292) (120) (1,477) 144.9%- - -$ na 01122 48402 PHOTOCOPIES - - - - na - - -$ na 01122 48450 BOUNCED CHECKS (3,158) (3,158) na - - -$ na 01122 49000 REFUNDS - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF REVENUE (609,005)$ (622,817)$ (819,700)$ (567,242)$ 15.1%(557,700)$ (557,700)$ -$ 0.0% 1510 HEALTH DEPARTMENT 01510 43220 WITNESS FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 01510 44204 TOBACCO SALES LICENSES (1,650) (3,300) (3,450) (2,800) 44.6%(1,500) (1,500) -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN ADMINISTRATION - HEALTH DEPT DIVISION FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 01510 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (8,475) (4,600) (6,100) (6,392) (15.2%)(5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% 01510 44207 OTHER NON-BUS LICENSES (300) - - (100) (100.0%)- - -$ na 01510 44211 WEIGHTS & MEASURES FEES (21,760) (11,155) - (10,972) (100.0%)- - -$ na 01510 44214 HEALTH LIC VICTULAR - - - - na - - -$ na 01510 44215 HEALTH LIC LODG HSE (16,350) (15,000) (14,600) (15,317) (5.5%)(13,500) (13,500) -$ 0.0% 01510 44219 APPLICATION FEE - - - - na - - -$ na 01510 44506 HEALTH PERMITS SEPTIC (4,800) (4,600) (4,500) (4,633) (3.2%)(4,600) (4,600) -$ 0.0% 01510 48400 MISC REVENUES (2,366) (776) (832) (1,325) (40.7%)(500) (500) 01510 48450 BOUNCED CHECKS 700 700 na - - SUBTOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT GF REVENUES (55,701)$ (39,431)$ (28,782)$ (43,424)$ 5.9%(25,100)$ (25,100)$ -$ 0.0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION 01122 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 579,299 636,501 652,941 622,914 6.2%757,830 870,320$ 112,490$ 14.8% 01122 51300 OVERTIME 7,796 6,471 14,609 9,626 36.9%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 01122 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION - - - - na - - -$ na 01122 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 1,153 1,177 1,794 1,375 24.8%1,800 1,930 130$ 7.2% 01122 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,530 9,587 9,706 9,274 6.7%11,220 12,860 1,640$ 14.6% 01122 51962 DEF COMP EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 0.0%4,876 4,000 (876)$ (18.0%) 01122 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 600,777$ 657,737$ 683,050$ 605,131$ 8.7%785,726$ 899,110$ 113,384$ 14.4% 1510 HEALTH DEPARTMENT 01510 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 182,856 262,947 246,789 230,864 16.2%260,200 442,700$ 182,500$ 70.1% 01510 51300 OVERTIME - 141 17 53 na - - -$ na 01510 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 3,010 4,693 3,085 3,596 1.2%2,607 4,693 2,086$ 80.0% 01510 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 5,443 6,714 11,318 7,825 44.2%9,640 11,110 1,470$ 15.2% 01510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,774 3,980 3,788 3,514 16.9%3,900 5,540 1,640$ 42.1% 01510 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HEALTH GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 194,083$ 278,477$ 264,996$ 201,969$ 44.5%276,347$ 464,043$ 187,696$ 67.9% OPERATING EXPENSE 1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION 1122 52701 RENT/LSE:SAFE DEPOSIT BOX - 76 - 25 na 50 50$ -$ 0.0% 1122 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER 485 - 243 na - -$ -$ na 1122 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 134,160 331,124 196,281 220,522 21.0%431,000 611,000 180,000$ 41.8% 1122 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 10,439 31,183 8,985 16,869 (7.2%)22,500 22,500 -$ 0.0% 1122 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 17,558 21,446 21,226 20,077 9.9%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 6,881 4,596 6,240 5,906 (4.8%)4,800 4,800 -$ 0.0% 1122 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3,352 3,163 2,412 2,976 (15.2%)4,000 4,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 54302 BKDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES 2,102 - - 701 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1122 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 713 670 1,275 886 33.8%700 700 -$ 0.0% 1122 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXP - - - - na - - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN ADMINISTRATION - HEALTH DEPT DIVISION FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1122 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 11,467 12,364 6,993 10,275 (21.9%)18,000 18,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 1,858 2,298 4,193 2,783 50.2%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - - - na 1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 8,212 7,017 7,073 7,434 (7.2%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP 8,597 - - 2,866 (100.0%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1122 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF OPERATING EXPENSES 205,338$ 414,422$ 254,678$ 285,088$ 32.7%527,050$ 707,050$ 180,000$ 34.2% 1151 LEGAL 1151 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 240 - - 80 (100.0%)- 100,000$ 100,000$ na 1151 53102 GENERAL:LEGAL SERVICES 76,119 86,132 72,388 78,213 (2.5%)80,000 80,000 -$ 0.0% 1151 53117 LEGAL-B.O.S. GENERAL 260,991 203,399 145,435 203,275 (25.4%)285,000 285,000 -$ 0.0% 1151 53118 LEGAL-B.O.S.-LABOR 31,071 83,878 86,211 67,053 66.6%23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0% 1151 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 14,778 20,626 15,874 17,093 3.6%13,000 13,000 -$ 0.0% 1151 57101 IN-STATE MISC TRAVEL - - - - na - - -$ na 1151 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL LEGAL GF OPERATING EXPENSES 383,200$ 394,034$ 319,908$ 404,331$ (4.9%)401,000$ 501,000$ 100,000$ 24.9% 1510 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP 32 301 60 131 37.9%3,000 3,000$ -$ 0.0% 1510 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE - 97 159 85 na 40,000 40,000 -$ 0.0% 1510 52416 COPIER - - - - na - - -$ na 1510 52700 RENTALS/LEASES 1,942 2,374 2,779 2,365 19.6%- 2,500 2,500$ na 1510 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER - - - - na 500 - (500)$ (100.0%) 1510 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 9,602 17,557 21,137 16,098 48.4%20,000 22,500 2,500$ 12.5% 1510 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 2,524 1,477 1,703 1,901 (17.9%)7,500 5,000 (2,500)$ (33.3%) 1510 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 2,106 2,724 1,055 1,961 (29.2%)5,000 2,500 (2,500)$ (50.0%) 1510 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - - - - na 1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1510 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 779 470 418 556 (26.7%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1510 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 4,119 2,957 1,508 2,861 (39.5%)7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0% 1510 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ - - - - na - - -$ na 1510 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 1,058 1,715 571 1,115 (26.6%)1,500 2,000 500$ 33.3% 1510 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - 592 - 197 na 1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1510 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 2,827 4,251 1,498 2,859 (27.2%)6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% 1510 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 3,056 1,679 2,145 2,293 (16.2%)4,500 5,000 500$ 11.1% 1510 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL 649 1,567 4,351 2,189 158.8%2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1510 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 914 974 1,564 1,151 30.8%1,750 1,750 -$ 0.0% 1510 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na 1510 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSES 29,608$ 38,735$ 38,947$ 29,655$ 37.0%104,250$ 104,750$ 500$ 0.5% 1693 TOWN CLOCK 1693 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 423 505 554 494 14.4%800 800$ -$ 0.0% 1693 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT - - - - na 100 100 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN ADMINISTRATION - HEALTH DEPT DIVISION FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1693 52702 RENT/LSE:BUILDING - 1,250 1,250 833 na 2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0% 1693 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,063 1,205 1,660 1,309 25.0%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL TOWN CLOCK OPERATING EXPENSES 1,486$ 2,961$ 3,464$ 1,983$ 40.4%4,700$ 4,700$ -$ 0.0% 27122 SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS 27122 48400 MISC REVENUE (49,970) (55,615) (59,490) (55,025) 9.1%(48,000) (48,000)$ -$ 0.0% 27122 49000 REFUNDS - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS REVENUE (49,970)$ (55,615)$ (59,490)$ (50,583)$ 9.8%(48,000)$ (48,000)$ -$ 0.0% 27122 51100 SALARY:PERMANENT 36,769 36,579 33,796 35,714 (4.1%)44,300 45,330$ 1,030$ 2.3% 27122 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 21,922 29,472 29,976 27,123 16.9%29,100 29,100 -$ 0.0% 27122 51551 CERTIFICATION PAY - - - - na - - -$ na 27122 51700 LONGEVITY - - - - na - - -$ na 27122 51701 INS PREM: MEDICAL BLUE CROSS - - - - na - - -$ na 27122 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 853 1,015 925 931 4.1%1,035 1,079 44$ 4.2% 27122 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - na - - -$ na 27122 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS 9,573$ 11,451$ 5,206$ 6,135$ na 26,435$ 27,509$ 1,074$ 4.1% VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (26,435)$ (27,509)$ TOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS 9,573$ 11,451$ 5,206$ 6,135$ na -$ -$ 27510 SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS 27510 48400 MISC REVENUE (93,535) (102,230) (128,725) (108,163) 17.3%(75,000) (75,000)$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS REVENUE (93,535)$ (102,230)$ (128,725)$ (83,438)$ 36.9%(75,000)$ (75,000)$ -$ 0.0% 27510 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 140,118 78,666 84,272 101,018 (22.4%)82,500 80,560$ (1,940)$ (2.4%) 27510 51551 CERTIFICATION PAY - - - - na - - -$ na 27510 51700 LONGEVITY 4,158 4,158 - 2,772 (100.0%)- - -$ na 27510 51701 INS PREM: MEDICAL BLUE CROSS - - - - na - - -$ na 27510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,092 1,201 1,222 1,505 (23.6%)1,124 1,168 44$ 3.9% 27510 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - na - - -$ na 27510 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS 52,833$ (18,205)$ (43,232)$ 20,429$ na 8,624$ 6,728$ (1,896)$ (22.0%) VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (8,624)$ (6,728)$ TOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS -$ -$ -$ -$ na -$ -$ FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01122 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 8 Part-time 5 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies (1)0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 13 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee GIBSON, E.TOWN MANAGER 40.00 SL01 Contract 04/01/20 170,850 0 0 0 0 4,000 174,850 TIVNAN, G ASST. TOWN MANAGER 40.00 SL03 Non-Union 08/08/19 127,430 0 0 0 0 0 127,430 VACANT PROJECT MANAGER 40.00 SL14 Non-Union 03/05/20 122,860 0 0 0 0 0 122,860 MOONEY, E. PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 40.00 SL11 Non-Union 05/01/20 83,710 0 0 0 0 0 83,710 RULLO JUBILLA, M.PUBLIC OUTREACH MANAGER 35.00 SL12 Non-Union 07/01/19 73,700 0 0 0 0 0 73,700 NORTON, T.MINUTE TAKER 40.00 SL06 S1 Step 8 07/01/19 64,310 1,929 0 0 0 0 66,239 CABRAL, K.CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT 40.00 SL13 Non-Union 05/01/20 61,530 0 0 0 0 0 61,530 SINATRA, L ENERGY COORDINATOR 40.00 PW76 S1 Step 1 08/03/19 81,930 0 0 0 0 0 81,930 BRIDGES, J.SB -Chair (AS SCHEDULED)SL95 Non-Union N/A 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,000 HILL-HOLDGATE, D.SB-Vice Chair (AS SCHEDULED)SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500 KELLY, J.SB (AS SCHEDULED)SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500 FEE, M.SB (AS SCHEDULED)SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500 HIGGINS, R.SB (AS SCHEDULED)SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500 VACANT - REQUESTED-65 000 OML COMPLIANCE OFFICER 40.00 Non-Union N/A 65,000 REQUESTED - OT, SHIFT DIFF TOWN 870,320 0 1,930 0 0 0 4,000 0 10,000 886,250 12,860 899,110 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Town Administration Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01510 Number of Positions in Department Apportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 1 Apportioned Salary of Health Inspector 1 Full Time 2 Seasonal 2 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 6 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certificatio n Pay Holiday Pay Other**Total by Employee SANTAMARIA, R.HEALTH INSPECTOR 26.00 HE01 CONTRACT 08/03/19 116,900 0 0 0 0 0 116,900 35% of salary billed to Septic System Inspection (40,900)0 0 0 0 0 (40,900) CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR 9.38 HE06 SC Step 9 08/25/19 113,300 4,160 0 1,564 0 0 119,024 40% of Salary billed to Health Food Inspection Fund 27122 (45,300)0 0 0 0 0 (45,300) 35% of salary billed to Septic System Inspection (39,700)0 0 0 0 0 (39,700) LAFAVRE, K.PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR 35.00 HE07 SB Step 4 06/01/20 89,800 3,650 0 1,564 0 0 95,014 BARRETT, A.ADMIN SPECIALIST 40.00 HE24 S2 Step 8 07/01/19 80,800 3,300 0 1,564 0 0 85,664 Seasonal Health Inspector SEAS. HEALTH INSPECTOR 40hrs/22wks HE25 29,100 29,100 Paid by Food Service Revolver (29,100)(29,100) 2 health dept interns 5,000 5,000 1 New Health Inspector PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR 40.00 SB step 1 85,800 85,800 365,700 11,110 0 4,693 0 0 0 0 381,503 5,540 387,043 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Health Department Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27122 SEASONAL FOOD INSPECTION REVOLVER MGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2 Number of Positions in Department Apportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 1 Part-time 0 Seasonal 1 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee ORG: 27122 SEASONAL SEASONAL ASST INSPECTOR 40HRS / 22 WKS HE25 TW Article 7 n/a 29,100 0 0 0 0 0 29,100 CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR 16.00 HE06 SC Step 9 08/25/19 45,330 0 0 45,330 ORG:27122 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)45,330 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)29,100 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 74,430 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)1,079 Total Personnel Services 75,509 SEASONAL FOOD INSPECTION REVOLVER FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG:27510 SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS MGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2 Number of Positions in Department Apportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 1 Apportioned Salary of Health Inspector 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee ORG:27510 Existing Staff SANTAMARIA, R.HEALTH INSPECTOR 14.00 HE01 CONTRACT 08/03/19 40,900 0 0 0 0 0 40,900 CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR 12.25 HE06 SC Step 9 08/25/19 39,660 0 0 0 39,660 ORG:27510 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)80,560 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 80,560 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)1,170 Total Personnel Services 81,730 SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTION REVOLVER FY2020 Budget Finance Department FY2020 Finance Department Review •Mission –It is the mission of the Finance Department to manage the Town’s finances and provide accurate and timely financial services and information to citizens and internal departments in accordance with Town,State and all other applicable laws and regulations.This will be accomplished through the use of current and future technologies as well as staff development. •Goals –Accounting:Generate reliable financial statements that are free from bias to provide information for management decisions as well as provide citizens and governmental agencies with a state of the Town and County’s financial position.Reopen the discussion with Standard and Poor’s regarding the Towns credit rating. –Assessing:Continuation of the effort begun in FY18 for streamlining the data collection process including the use of the latest technology in preparation for the Fiscal Year 2019/20 revaluation. –Budget:Provide the necessary support for the successful development and implementation of the annual operating budget and capital improvement program.Facilitate staff and citizen awareness of the budgetary process through enhanced communication tools and public forums. –Treasury:Meet the needs of internal staff/employees and external vendors by providing accurate financial processing services in a timely and efficient manner. FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Finance Department Review (cont’d) FINANCE DEPARTMENT •Initiatives and Accomplishments –Received unqualified opinion on FY2018 audit –Completed implementation of FY2017 management letter responses –Submitted CAFR to MGFOA for FY2018. Participated in Excellence in Financial Reporting Award program. Received for both FY2014, FY2015, FY2016 and FY17 –Moody’s Investor Services’ rating outlook raised from Aa1 Positive to Aaa. Nantucket is now 1 of only 5 communities to hold the Aaa designation from Moody’s. FY2020 Finance Department Overview •Priorities –Achieve an unqualified audit opinion –Ensure that all Department of Revenue schedules are completed and submitted in a timely manner –Issue tax bills on time •Significant Changes Year-to-Year –New Growth, certified each year, was $1,282,998 for FY 2019 (an increase of 3.68% from FY18) –GASB45 / OPEB Valuation required every two years ($5,000 -$6,000) –Costs associated with Fraud Risk Assessments ($5,000 per year) •Key Issues –Development of a database system to facilitate long-term capital planning –Development of a strategic plan for the department FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Budget Finance Department FINANCE DEPARTMENT 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 1,539,603$ 1,525,220$ 1,447,624$ 121,741$ 1,504,149$ (3.0%)1,808,884$ 2,068,672$ 259,788$ 14.4% Overtime 15 5 38 - 19 58.4%- - - na Medicare P/R Tax 22,325 22,090 21,638 1,765 22,018 (1.5%)26,390 28,880 2,490 9.4% Medical Insurance - - - - - na - - - na Rep & Maint 464 - 70 - 178 (61.2%)1,500 1,500 - 0.0% Copier/Printing 15,785 26,327 18,953 1,005 20,355 9.6%25,350 25,350 - 0.0% Prof Services 245,414 208,941 261,347 139,922 238,567 3.2%313,600 313,600 - 0.0% Travel Expenses 5,990 9,980 21,060 687 12,344 87.5%27,000 27,000 - 0.0% Supplies 15,752 18,952 19,934 282 18,213 12.5%24,500 24,500 - 0.0% Equipment 20,577 13,063 21,616 - 18,419 2.5%7,500 7,500 - 0.0% Rent/Lease Expenses 2,517 3,494 3,494 - 3,169 17.8%3,510 3,510 - 0.0% Other 138,927 53,037 75,049 11,802 89,005 (26.5%)154,430 154,430 - 0.0% TOTAL FINANCE DEPT 2,007,370$ 1,881,109$ 1,890,823$ 277,203$ 1,926,434$ (3.5%)2,392,664$ 2,654,942$ 262,278$ 11% Appendix Finance Department And Non-Departmental Expenses Director of Municipal Finance Brian E. Turbitt Assessor Debbie Dilworth Field Assessor Maureen DiLuca Administrative Asst. Elizabeth Flanagan Senior Clerk Rob Ranney Assistant Assessor Ellen Trifero Abatement Advisory Committee Collector Elizabeth Brown Assistant Collector Pam Butler Collections Tricia Murphy Collections Jenna Winchell Part time Accounting Clerk Gergana Secia Assistant Town Accountant Bob Dickinson Accounting Clerk Robin Lapiene Accounting Clerk Vacant AP Clerk Peggy Altreuter Finance & Budget Analyst Alexandria Penta Assistant Director Of Municipal Finance/Treasurer Lynell Vollans Assistant Treasurer Shelby Campbell Payroll Administrator Krista Lewis Cash Receipts Vacant Assistant Procurement Officer Rebecca Woodley Oliver Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Finance Department FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Budget Detail FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Finance Department Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) Capital Asset Manager: $85,000 N/A (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. FINANCE DEPARTMENT TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1133 FINANCE DEPARTMENT 1133 41001 2001 PERSONAL PROPERTY (15) (24) 1,381 447 (60.3%)- - -$ na 1133 41002 2002 PERSONAL PROPERTY (44) (73) 195 26 (33.5%)- - -$ na 1133 41003 2003 PERSONAL PROPERTY - (46) (29) (25) (9.9%)- - -$ na 1133 41004 2004 PERSONAL PROPERTY - (36) 82 15 (33.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41005 2005 PERSONAL PROPERTY (13) (72) (118) (67) (38.6%)- - -$ na 1133 41006 2006 PERSONAL PROPERTY (174) (69) 738 165 (55.1%)- - -$ na 1133 41007 2007 PERSONAL PROPERTY (278) (263) (153) (231) 10.9%- - -$ na 1133 41008 2008 PERSONAL PROPERTY (448) (325) (114) (296) (5.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41009 2009 PERSONAL PROPERTY (1,050) (1,435) (1,630) (1,372) 0.4%- - -$ na 1133 41010 2010 PERSONAL PROPERTY (1,814) (881) (1,792) (1,495) (28.4%)- - -$ na 1133 41011 2011 PERSONAL PROPERTY (2,786) 21,144 (2,090) 5,423 na - - -$ na 1133 41012 2012 PERSONAL PROPERTY (3,485) (3,049) (2,790) (3,108) (1.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41013 2013 PERSONAL PROPERTY (4,931) (3,862) (3,044) (3,946) (12.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41014 2014 PERSONAL PROPERTY (8,582) (5,726) (4,520) (6,276) (62.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41015 2015 PERSONAL PROPERTY (38,952) (6,691) (6,169) (17,271) (92.9%)- - -$ na 1133 41016 2016 PERSONAL PROPERTY (1,311,755) (20,678) (8,159) (446,864) 330.5%- - -$ na 1133 41017 2017 PERSONAL PROPERTY (558) (1,378,401) (25,701) (468,220) na - - -$ na 1133 41018 2018 PERSONAL PROPERTY - - (1,518,677) (506,226) na - (1,526,444) 1,526,444$ na 1133 41019 2019 PERSONAL PROPERTY - - na (2,027,303) (1,526,444) (500,859)$ (24.7%) 1133 41089 1989 PERSONAL PROPERTY (65) - - (22) na - - -$ na 1133 41090 1990 PERSONAL PROPERTY - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41091 1991 PERSONAL PROPERTY - (94) - (31) na - - -$ na 1133 41092 1992 PERSONAL PROPERTY - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41097 1997 PERSONAL PROPERTY - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41099 1999 PERSONAL PROPERTY - (54) 230 59 na - - -$ na 1133 41100 2000 PERSONAL PROPERTY - (70) (114) (61) (8.3%)- - -$ na 1133 41101 2001 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41102 2002 REAL ESTATE TAX (113) - 106 (2) na - - -$ na 1133 41103 2003 REAL ESTATE TAX - (9) - (3) na - - -$ na 1133 41104 2004 REAL ESTATE TAX - - 644 215 na - - -$ na 1133 41105 2005 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41106 2006 REAL ESTATE TAX - - 694 231 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41107 2007 REAL ESTATE TAX - - 12 4 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41108 2008 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41109 2009 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41110 2010 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41111 2011 REAL ESTATE TAX (5,735) - - (1,912) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41112 2012 REAL ESTATE TAX (20,397) (5,423) (77) (8,633) (75.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41113 2013 REAL ESTATE TAX (14,709) (7,268) (7,613) (9,864) (85.3%)- - -$ na 1133 41114 2014 REAL ESTATE TAX (37,740) (14,765) (7,424) (19,976) (90.6%)- - -$ na 1133 41115 2015 REAL ESTATE TAX (1,492,310) (107,800) (12,197) (537,436) (95.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41116 2016 REAL ESTATE TAX (65,916,305) (1,196,054) (7,986) (22,373,448) 390.3%- - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1133 41117 2017 REAL ESTATE TAX (42,080) (70,910,685) (1,350,622) (24,101,129) na - - -$ na 1133 41118 2018 REAL ESTATE TAX - - (74,914,542) (24,971,514) na - (76,845,188) 76,845,188$ na 1133 41119 2019 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na (79,064,804) (76,845,188) (2,219,616)$ (2.8%) 1133 41192 1992 REAL ESTATE TAX - (69) - (23) 11.5%- - -$ na 1133 41193 1993 REAL ESTATE TAX - (79) (147) (76) (38.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41194 1994 REAL ESTATE TAX - (80) (269) (116) (58.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41195 1995 REAL ESTATE TAX - (83) (277) (120) (35.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41196 1996 REAL ESTATE TAX - (83) (412) (165) na - - -$ na 1133 41197 1997 REAL ESTATE TAX (263) (84) (48) (132) na - - -$ na 1133 41198 1998 REAL ESTATE TAX - (49) 2,957 969 na - - -$ na 1133 41199 1999 REAL ESTATE TAX - - 49 16 na - - -$ na 1133 41200 2000 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41203 GOLF VIEW DRIVE BETTERMENT (11,939) (13,087) (20,222) (15,083) 30.8%- - -$ na 1133 41204 GOLF VIEW DRIVE INTEREST (2,081) (223) (35) (780) 542.6%- - -$ na 1133 41207 APPLETON RD BETTERMENT - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41210 SHEEP POND RD BETTERMENT (1,274) (1,128) (1,215) (1,206) (71.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41301 LANDFILL 1997 (75,201) (31,499) (57,177) (54,626) 38.3%- - -$ na 1133 41420 TAX LIENS REDEEMED (293,016) (407,949) (206,606) (302,524) (17.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41485 1985 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41486 1986 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41487 1987 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - (315) (47) (121) na - - -$ na 1133 41488 1988 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (432) (222) (87) (247) na - - -$ na 1133 41489 1989 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41500 1990 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (84) (28) na - - -$ na 1133 41501 1991 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (349) (116) na - - -$ na 1133 41502 1992 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (16) - (43) (20) na - - -$ na 1133 41503 1993 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (32) (11) na - - -$ na 1133 41550 2000 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (122) (138) - (87) 73.6%- - -$ na 1133 41551 2001 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (144) (93) - (79) (12.5%)- - -$ na 1133 41552 2002 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (235) (96) - (110) (15.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41553 2003 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (605) - - (202) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41554 2004 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (493) (42) (36) (191) (53.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41555 2005 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (285) - (5) (97) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41556 2006 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (373) (304) (15) (231) 65.5%- - -$ na 1133 41557 2007 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (249) (865) - (371) 117.7%- - -$ na 1133 41558 2008 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (668) (503) (36) (402) (29.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41559 2009 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (635) (536) (95) (422) (4.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41560 2010 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (652) (203) (454) (436) (54.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41561 2011 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (1,261) (773) (1,100) (1,045) (15.7%)- - -$ na 1133 41562 2012 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (3,505) (292) (1,306) (1,701) na - - -$ na 1133 41563 2013 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC 8,045 (1,599) (801) 1,882 (74.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41564 2014 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (25,637) 7,615 2,423 (5,200) na - - -$ na 1133 41565 2015 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (483,490) (28,449) 8,168 (167,923) (88.1%)- - -$ na 1133 41566 2016 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (2,164,133) (569,378) (21,747) (918,419) na - - -$ na 1133 41567 2017 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - (2,157,499) (702,645) (953,381) na - - -$ na 1133 41568 2018 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (2,233,945) (744,648) na - (2,400,000) 2,400,000$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1133 41569 2019 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - - - na (2,500,000) (2,400,000) (100,000)$ (4.0%) 1133 41594 1994 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (40) (13) na - - -$ na 1133 41595 1995 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (40) (13) na - - -$ na 1133 41596 1996 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (193) (64) na - - -$ na 1133 41597 1997 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - (120) (40) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41598 1998 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC - - - - (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41599 1999 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC (17) - - (6) na - - -$ na 1133 41600 2000 BOAT EXCISE TAX (45) (120) - (55) (9.3%)- - -$ na 1133 41601 2001 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41602 2002 BOAT EXCISE TAX (50) (4) - (18) (43.4%)- - -$ na 1133 41603 2003 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41604 2004 BOAT EXCISE TAX (12) - - (4) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41605 2005 BOAT EXCISE TAX (27) - - (9) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1133 41606 2006 BOAT EXCISE TAX (27) (8) - (11) (37.2%)- - -$ na 1133 41607 2007 BOAT EXCISE TAX (93) (46) - (46) (47.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41608 2008 BOAT EXCISE TAX (58) (47) - (35) (45.4%)- - -$ na 1133 41609 2009 BOAT EXCISE TAX (60) (19) - (26) (74.4%)- - -$ na 1133 41610 2010 BOAT EXCISE TAX (61) (19) - (27) (71.9%)- - -$ na 1133 41611 2011 BOAT EXCISE TAX (128) (19) - (49) (72.9%)- - -$ na 1133 41612 2012 BOAT EXCISE TAX (60) (20) (45) (42) (89.9%)- - -$ na 1133 41613 2013 BOAT EXCISE TAX (262) (32) (53) (116) (87.5%)- - -$ na 1133 41614 2014 BOAT EXCISE TAX (920) (117) (208) (415) (94.1%)- - -$ na 1133 41615 2015 BOAT EXCISE TAX (34,290) (299) (431) (11,673) na - - -$ na 1133 41616 2016 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (34,021) (1,087) (11,703) na - - -$ na 1133 41617 2017 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - (35,311) (11,770) na - - -$ na 1133 41618 2018 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - (34,000) 34,000$ na 1133 41619 2019 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na (34,000) (34,000) -$ 0.0% 1133 41620 FARM EXCISE TAXES - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41695 1995 BOAT EXCISE TAX (38) - - (13) na - - -$ na 1133 41696 1996 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (38) - (13) na - - -$ na 1133 41697 1997 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41698 1998 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 41699 1999 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (70) - (23) (30.8%)- - -$ na 1133 41910 ROOMS TAX (3,428,604) (3,498,400) (3,622,242) (3,516,415) 7.2%(3,100,000) (3,020,000) (80,000)$ (2.6%) 1133 41912 LOCAL MEALS TAX (997,903) (1,061,396) (1,102,316) (1,053,872) 8.1%(925,000) (900,000) (25,000)$ (2.7%) 1133 41800 PAYMENT IN LEIU TAX (33,231) (14,706) (8,794) (18,910) (31.5%)(8,000) (7,330) (670)$ (8.4%) 1133 41710 P&I RE (381,920) (378,763) (364,407) (375,030) (12.1%)(345,000) (425,000) 80,000$ 23.2% 1133 41720 P&I EXCISE (142,208) (115,697) (132,572) (130,159) 3.2%(105,000) (105,000) -$ 0.0% 1133 41730 P&I EXCISE TAX LIEN (132,775) (192,700) (86,986) (137,487) (17.5%)(90,000) (69,000) (21,000)$ (23.3%) 1133 41740 P&I BOAT (357) (90) - (149) (66.3%)- (140) 140$ na 1133 43201 TAX COLL MUNICIPAL LIEN CERT (28,200) (28,700) (28,325) (28,408) 2.9%(28,000) (28,400) 400$ 1.4% 1133 43202 TREASURER ADMINISTRATIVE FEES (217) (242) (33) (164) (45.2%)- (335) 335$ na 1133 43204 ADVERTISING REIMBURSEMENT FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 43205 MMA REIMBURSEMENT FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 43211 MEDICARE D REIMBURSEMENT FEE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46140 CSI B9 VET, BLIND & SPOUSE (6,045) (3,447) (3,272) (4,255) (3.3%)(3,447) (3,272) (175)$ (5.1%) TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1133 46150 CSI C14 REIMBURSEMENT BLIND - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46160 CSI B10 REIMBURSEMENT ELDERLY - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46180 UNRESTRICTED AID (73,041) (76,182) (79,153) (76,125) 3.9%(79,153) (81,923) 2,770$ 3.5% 1133 46202 CSI A.1 CH70 SCHOOL AID (2,980,944) (3,067,074) (3,114,564) (3,054,194) 20.1%(3,114,564) (3,071,398) (43,166)$ (1.4%) 1133 46301 CSI A.5 CHARTER TUITION ASMENT REI - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46302 CSI A5 CHARTER SCH CAP FAC RE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46600 CSI A6 SCHOOL LNCH CH 871 - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46602 CSI A2 SCHOOL TRANS CH 71 - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46610 CSI PUB LIBRARIES CH78 - - - - na (8,692) (9,022) 330$ 3.8% 1133 46615 CSI B6 POLICE CAREER INCENTIVE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46670 CSI B8 VETERANS BENEFITS - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46710 CSI B1 LOTTERY - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 46991 CSI B11 STATE OWNED LAND (106,482) (114,781) (114,671) (111,978) (0.6%)(114,671) (164,746) 50,075$ 43.7% 1133 46992 OTHER STATE FUNDS - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 48201 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS (124,002) (199,775) (261,751) (195,176) 7.7%(135,000) (145,000) 10,000$ 7.4% 1133 47201 COUNTY GRANTS - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 48400 FINANCE COPIES & MIS (13,024) (9,036) (18,748) (13,603) (8.6%)(9,500) (9,500) -$ 0.0% 1133 48401 TELEPHONE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 48422 MISC NON RECURRING (895,315) (16,351) (236,161) (382,609) 486.4%- - -$ na 1133 48500 UNIDENTIFIED CASH - (16,330) (4,218) (6,850) na - - -$ na 1133 48501 TC - UNDESIGNATED RECEIPTS (2,210) (8,767) (13,696) (8,224) na - - -$ na 1133 48600 RDS RETIREE DRUG SUBSIDY (11,388) - - (3,796) (100.0%)- (11,250) 11,250$ na 1133 49102 PROCEEDS FROM BOND SALE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 49104 DEBT PREMIUM (35,307) (87,658) - (40,988) 1,157.2%- - -$ na 1133 49303 PREMIUM FOR 12/2003 BOND SALE - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 49400 DISPOSITION OF FIXED ASSETS - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 49600 INTEREST RECV ON BONDS SOLD - - - - na - - -$ na 1133 49901 INDIRECT COSTS - (619,300) (616,300) (411,867) na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL FINANCE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUE (81,392,321)$ (86,395,088)$ (90,952,858)$ (86,246,756)$ 6.1%(91,692,134)$ (169,662,580)$ 77,970,446$ 85% 1147 TREASURER 1147 48201 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS - - - - na - - -$ na 1147 48400 MISC REVENUES - - - - (100.0%)- - -$ na 1147 48422 MISCELLANEOUS NON RECURRING - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TREASURER REVENUES -$ -$ -$ -$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1134 FINANCE & OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT 1134 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 519,453 554,108 567,082 546,881 4.5%785,600 970,600 185,000$ 23.5% 1134 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY - 1,298 - 433 na - - -$ na 1134 51300 OVERTIME 15 - 38 18 58.4%- - -$ na 1134 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 9,439 1,252 2,445 4,379 (49.1%)5,500 5,500 -$ 0.0% 1134 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,669 8,029 8,899 8,199 7.7%11,620 13,060 1,440$ 12.4% 1134 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 SUBTOTAL FINANCE & OPERATIONS PERSONNEL EXPENSES 536,577$ 564,687$ 578,463$ 527,080$ 4.7%802,720$ 989,160$ 186,440$ 23% 1141 ASSESSOR 1141 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 377,355 373,809 358,583 369,916 (2.5%)398,500 426,400 27,900$ 7.0% 1141 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 600 600 - 400 (100.0%)1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0% 1141 51300 OVERTIME - - - - na - - -$ na 1141 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 1,529 1,564 1,048 1,380 (17.2%)1,043 1,043 (0)$ (0.0%) 1141 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 15,088 14,981 13,600 14,556 (5.1%)14,070 14,070 -$ 0.0% 1141 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 5,721 5,669 5,412 5,601 (2.7%)6,030 6,390 360$ 6.0% 1141 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL ASSESSOR PERSONNEL EXPENSES 400,293$ 396,623$ 378,643$ 391,853$ 0.4%421,443$ 449,703$ 28,260$ 7% 1145 COLLECTOR 1145 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 276,732 294,194 271,680 280,869 (0.9%)294,300 314,700 20,400$ 6.9% 1145 51300 OVERTIME - 9 485 165 na - - -$ na 1145 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 1,046 1,043 966 1,018 (3.9%)2,043 2,043 (0)$ (0.0%) 1145 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 9,075 10,858 11,964 10,632 14.8%12,357 13,202 845$ 6.8% 1145 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,159 4,438 4,134 4,244 (0.3%)4,480 4,790 310$ 6.9% SUBTOTAL COLLECTOR PERSONNEL EXPENSES 291,011$ 310,542$ 289,229$ 296,927$ 8.4%313,180$ 334,735$ 21,555$ 7% 1147 TREASURER 1147 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 320,510 263,889 214,696 266,365 (18.2%)288,830 313,290 24,460$ 8.5% 1147 51300 OVERTIME - 5 - 2 na - - -$ na 1147 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 523 521 483 509 (3.9%)1,521 1,521 0$ 0.0% 1147 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 8,254 8,401 5,077 7,244 (21.6%)3,320 4,503 1,183$ 35.6% 1147 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,775 3,954 3,194 3,974 (18.2%)4,260 4,640 380$ 8.9% SUBTOTAL TREASURER PERSONNEL EXPENSES 334,062$ 276,770$ 223,450$ 278,094$ (9.3%)297,931$ 323,954$ 26,023$ 9% OPERATING EXPENSE 1134 FINANCE & OPERATIONS 1134 52416 COPIER 5,464 8,182 5,967 6,538 4.5%6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% 1134 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 114,664 131,133 108,866 118,221 (2.6%)147,000 147,000 -$ 0.0% 1134 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 84 - 735 273 195.9%- - -$ na 1134 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 315 529 681 508 47.1%300 300 -$ 0.0% 1134 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 1,389 129 - 506 (100.0%)1,300 1,300 -$ 0.0% 1134 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 8,326 10,827 10,095 9,749 10.1%11,500 11,500 -$ 0.0% 1134 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 344 278 111 244 (43.2%)- - -$ na 1134 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 1,734 3,277 5,827 3,613 83.3%7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0% 1134 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 1,235 1,470 5,425 2,710 109.6%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1134 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - 355 118 na - - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1134 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 270 270 140 227 (28.0%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1134 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP 577 10,687 21,616 10,960 512.1%6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% 1134 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL FINANCE & OPERATIONS OPERATING EXPENSES 134,401$ 166,782$ 159,819$ 153,667$ 15.5%188,100$ 188,100$ -$ 0% 1131 FINANCE COMMITTEE 1131 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 8,455 2,536 180 3,724 (85.4%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1131 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na - - -$ na 1131 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 9,044 15,534 9,822 11,467 4.2%17,000 17,000 -$ 0.0% 1131 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - - na - - -$ na 1131 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 176 176 - 117 (100.0%)180 180 -$ 0.0% 1131 58501 ADD EQ: NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL FINANCE COMMITTEE OPERATING EXPENSES 17,675$ 18,246$ 10,002$ 15,308$ 2.1%18,680$ 18,680$ -$ 0% 1141 ASSESSOR 1141 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 464 - 70 178 (61.2%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1141 52416 COPIER - 1,186 1,582 923 na - - -$ na 1141 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 96,273 40,984 122,358 86,538 12.7%125,000 125,000 -$ 0.0% 1141 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 216 - - 72 (100.0%)600 600 -$ 0.0% 1141 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 1,710 - - 570 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1141 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 2,448 3,145 3,123 2,905 12.9%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1141 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 325 - 113 146 (41.0%)500 500 -$ 0.0% 1141 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 1,291 2,260 4,015 2,522 76.4%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1141 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 531 2,397 2,177 1,702 102.5%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1141 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 440 440 735 538 29.2%500 500 -$ 0.0% 1141 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP 20,000 1,652 - 7,217 (100.0%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1141 58502 ADD EQ:FURNITURE - 724 - 241 na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL ASSESSOR OPERATING EXPENSES 123,699$ 52,789$ 134,173$ 103,554$ (46.7%)142,100$ 142,100$ -$ 0% 1145 COLLECTOR 1145 52416 COPIER 1,277 1,306 1,582 1,388 11.3%1,600 1,600 -$ 0.0% 1145 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER 2,517 3,494 3,494 3,169 17.8%3,510 3,510 -$ 0.0% 1145 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 25,167 28,688 25,166 26,340 (0.0%)36,500 36,500 -$ 0.0% 1145 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na - - -$ na 1145 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - 118 - 39 na 250 250 -$ 0.0% 1145 53155 DEPUTY COLLECTOR FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 1145 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 27,950 50,000 32,363 36,771 7.6%50,000 50,000 -$ 0.0% 1145 53802 OTHER:DEEDS,PROBATES,REC - - 150 50 na 250 250 -$ 0.0% 1145 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3,901 3,288 4,470 3,886 7.0%5,500 5,500 -$ 0.0% 1145 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS - - - - na - - -$ na 1145 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - 80 486 189 na 1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1145 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 690 138 40 289 (75.9%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1145 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 65 65 50 60 (12.3%)100 100 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET FINANCE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1145 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS 972 972 972 972 0.0%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1145 57803 OTHER:BANK CHARGES 232 (340) (360) (156) na - - -$ na 1145 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na 1145 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL COLLECTOR OPERATING EXPENSES 62,771$ 87,809$ 68,413$ 72,998$ 0.4%101,210$ 101,210$ -$ 0% 1147 TREASURER 1147 52416 COPIER - - - - na - - -$ na 1147 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 855 5,600 4,777 3,744 136.3%3,600 3,600 -$ 0.0% 1147 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - - - - na - - -$ na 1147 53803 OTHER:LICENSES & TAXES - - - - na - - -$ na 1147 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 733 1,414 2,136 1,428 70.7%2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1147 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS 102 - 49 50 (30.8%)- - -$ na 1147 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - 333 1,356 563 na 2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1147 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 509 25 1,379 638 64.6%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1147 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 50 50 50 50 0.0%300 300 -$ 0.0% 1147 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS 1,025 460 560 682 (26.1%)1,400 1,400 -$ 0.0% 1147 57803 OTHER:BANK CHARGES 103,606 287 38,809 47,568 (38.8%)95,000 95,000 -$ 0.0% 1147 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TREASURER OPERATING EXPENSES 106,880$ 8,169$ 49,116$ 54,722$ (70.6%)107,300$ 107,300$ -$ 0% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01134 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 8 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 2 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 10 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee TURBITT, B.DIRECTOR OF MUNICIPAL FINANCE 40.00 FN01 Contract 08/30/19 140,000 0 0 0 0 10,000 150,000 VOLLANS, L.ASST. DIRECTOR OF MUNICIPAL FINANCE 40.00 FN02 Non-Union 02/01/20 103,500 0 0 0 0 0 103,500 DICKINSON, R.ASSISTANT TOWN ACCOUNTANT 40.00 FN15 Non-Union 04/14/20 97,500 0 0 0 0 0 97,500 PENTA , A.FINANCIAL ANALYST 40.00 FNBA Non-Union 09/19/20 74,900 0 0 0 0 0 74,900 LAPIENE, R. ACCOUNTING CLERK 40.00 FN27 S2 Step 8 07/21/19 80,800 2,500 0 0 0 0 83,300 ALTREUTER, P.AP CLERK 40.00 FN26 S1 Step 8 05/21/20 73,500 2,300 0 0 0 0 75,800 SECIA, G. ACCOUNTING CLERK 40.00 FN27 S2 Step 1 07/02/19 65,700 0 0 0 0 0 65,700 VACANT - funded ACCOUNTING CLERK 40.00 FN28 S2 Step 1 07/01/20 65,700 0 0 0 0 0 65,700 WOODLEY-OLIVER, R.ASST. PROCUREMENT OFFICER 40.00 FN27 SA Step 1 02/01/20 85,200 0 0 0 0 0 85,200 VACANT - funded OPS COORDINATOR 40.00 FN06 SA Step 1 N/A 98,800 0 98,800 VACANT- funded Capital Asset Manager 40.00 N/A 85,000 85,000 970,600 0 4,800 0 0 0 10,000 0 0 985,400 14,290 999,690 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Finance & Operations Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01141 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 5 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 3 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 8 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee DILWORTH, D ASSESSOR 35.00 FN07 SC Step 9 07/01/19 113,400 3,300 0 0 0 0 116,700 TRIFERO, E ASST. ASSESSOR 40.00 FN13 S3 Step 9 07/01/19 89,600 2,710 0 0 0 0 92,310 DILUCA, M FIELD ASSESSOR 40.00 FN21 S2 Step 9 07/01/19 82,700 1,860 0 521 0 0 85,081 FLANAGAN, E OFFICE ADMIN 40.00 FN20 S2 Step 8 07/01/19 80,900 3,260 0 521 0 0 84,681 RANNEY, R.SENIOR CLERK 40.00 FN65 S1 Step 1 08/08/19 59,800 0 0 0 0 0 59,800 ABATEMENT ADVISORY COMM (3 Temps)ABATEMENT ADVISORY COMM 600 HRS EACH N/A N/A N/A 1,800 0 0 0 0 0 1,800 426,400 1,800 11,130 0 1,043 0 0 0 0 440,373 6,390 446,763 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Assessing Dept Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01145 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 3 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 4 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee BROWN, E COLLECTOR 35.00 FN05 SC Step 8 07/01/19 112,500 4,561 0 1,521 0 0 118,582 BUTLER, P ASST. COLLECTOR 40.00 FN12 S3 Step 9 08/05/19 89,600 4,480 0 0 0 0 94,080 MURPHY, P ADMIN ASST 40.00 FN50 S2 Step 9 07/01/19 82,700 4,161 0 521 0 0 87,382 WINCHELL,J ADMIN ASST 20.00 FN50 S1 Step 1 07/16/19 29,900 0 0 0 0 0 29,900 314,700 0 13,202 0 2,043 0 0 0 0 329,945 4,790 334,735 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Collector Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01147 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 2 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 1 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 4 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VACANT - FUNDED TREASURER 40.00 FN04 N/A 100,000 0 0 1,000 0 0 101,000 LEWIS PAYROLL ADMIN 40.00 FN11 S3 Step 8 07/01/19 90,070 4,503 0 521 0 0 95,094 CAMPBELL,S ASST TREASURER 40.00 FN24 S2 Step 1 08/16/19 65,720 0 0 0 0 0 65,720 VACANT - Funded ADMIN ASSISTANT 40.00 FN16 S2 Step 1 07/01/20 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 0 313,290 0 4,503 0 1,521 0 0 0 0 319,314 4,640 323,954 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Treasurer Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Budget •Division of Police •Division of Marine Safety •Division of Administrative Services FY2020 Budget Police Department Review •Department Description:The Police Department is made up of several distinct but closely related functional divisions:Police,Marine Safety and Administrative Services.The Police Department coordinates law enforcement,marine safety,emergency management,emergency communications,business licensing,and special events for the Town. •Mission:The Nantucket Police Department is committed to providing quality service,working in partnership with the community to solve problems and promote values,which enhance the quality of life in Nantucket. Police Department FY2020 Budget Police Department Review Police Goals •Staffing –Fill vacant sworn officer positions and implement a plan to pre-train candidates for full-time positions prior to a vacancy occurring. •Improve Policing in the Core Area –When staffing permits,assign a full-time police officer to a foot patrol in the Core District where they will engage in problem solving with business owners and residents,monitor and enforce parking regulations and coordinate the seasonal staff specifically assigned to parking enforcement. Police Department FY2020 Budget Police Department Review (cont’d) Marine Safety Goals •Staffing –Would like to upgrade Beach Maintainer position to Asst. Harbormaster to better align the job title and benefits with the actual duties of the position. •Beach Safety –Would like to enhance beach safety by implementing a system designed to provide warning to the public about the presence of white sharks in the proximity of guarded and unguarded beaches. •Facilities -Continue with the project to replace the Harbor Master’s facility at 34 Washington Street and replace/repair portions of the Town Pier. Police Department FY2020 Budget Police Department Review (cont’d) Administrative Services Goals •Project Administration –Continue to pursue until completion the list of on-going construction projects that the Police Department is responsible for overseeing. •Maintenance –Upon completion of a project develop and implement multi-year maintenance plans for each facility intended to extend the functional use,lifespan and appearance of public facilities. Police Department FY2019 Initiatives Police Department Review (cont’d) FY2019 Initiatives and Accomplishments: DIVISION OF POLICE •Community Service –The Crime Prevention Unit was formalized in 2018.The mission of the unit is to develop community programs aimed at preventing crime.A secondary function is to educate citizens on how to protect themselves.This unit provides many services,to include suicide prevention trainings,Halloween safety,bicycle safety education,internet safety,security assessments,youth empowering lasting leadership youth group mentoring, babysitting safety,cell phone safety,drug/alcohol presentations,stuff a cruiser,national night out/public safety day event,drug take back programs,isle return program,safety net,K-9 demonstrations,parades and project smiles.The unit is staffed by officers who perform these functions as well as their normal patrol assignments. •Staffing –Due to a significant shortage of sworn police officers we were unable to accomplish any of our staffing related goals for FY2019.Although we increased the authorized sworn strength to 40 with the FY2019 budget we were significantly below that number for most of the fiscal year due to mandatory training requirements,resignations and requests for medical and maternity leave. Police Department FY2019 Initiatives Police Department Review (cont’d) FY2019 Initiatives and Accomplishments: DIVISION OF MARINE SAFETY •Waterways Projects –Improved staffing schedule allowed evening patrols to improve water safety in the harbor.Pumped 24,500 gallons of black/gray water from boats moored in the harbor.Expanded officer hours,keeping office open to the public until 7:00 PM daily during the summer season. •Beach Management and Safety –Guarded an estimated 235,000 patrons at Town owned beaches during the summer of 2018.Implemented a policy to keep lifeguards on ATV’s later in the evening on red flag days. •Grants –Applied for and received state grant funds to assist with the cost of building the new building,floating pier and the dredging of Polpis Harbor entrance channel. Police Department FY2019 Initiatives Police Department Review (cont’d) FY2019 Initiatives and Accomplishments: DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES •Community Access –We went live with Energov,inputting all of the licenses that the NPD administers into the software so that they are available to Town Administration and other Town Departments on-line. •New Storm Prediction and Planning Tool –The Office of Emergency Management (OEM)was selected by the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA to test a prototype of a web based software called HVX.This software combines,organizes and analyzes data from the National Hurricane Center,National Weather Service,NOAA,Army Corp of Engineers and our regional hurricane evacuation study (HES).When this data is combined and displayed in HVX is creates the best product that exists for Nantucket OEM to predict and plan for the severity of wind,surge and flooding during a major storm event. •Radio System -Nantucket OEM worked with Motorola and Cyber Communications Inc.over the course of the year to update Nantucket’s radio system.This important update ensures a continuation of dependable digital voice communications and interoperability for public safety and other town services. Police Department FY2019 Initiatives Police Department Review (cont’d) FY2019 Initiatives and Accomplishments: ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES •Island Wide Waterways Related Project Management –We continue to work on planning and permitting various waterways related projects including the dredging of the Polpis Harbor Entrance Channel,replacement of the Town Pier floating dock,researching installation of a wave barrier at the Town Pier,replacement of the Harbor Masters building at 34 Washington Street and the reconstruction of the F-Street Pier as well as making operational the Shadbush Road facility for the Harbor Master.We successfully completed reconstruction of the Children’s Beach Boat Ramp making it more accessible for all size boats at all tide stages. •Disaster Reimbursement Funds –Nantucket OEM secured federal reimbursement from FEMA for over $41K in damages caused by various winter storms during the winter of 2018. Police Department FY2020 Police Department Overview Priorities: ALL DIVISIONS •Community Safety –Our law enforcement,emergency management,business licensing,communications,information technology and marine safety goals and objectives are intended to improve safety and security of our island community. To insure this is the case we will continuously review our programs to insure that our objectives are being reached. •Community Access and Transparency –Our programs and goals are intended to improve access to all services provided by this department for all members of our island community.We intend to accomplish this by improving access to services and increasing transparency by implementing changes using technology and policy options. •Staff Support –Our goals and objectives are intended to support our staff by providing appropriate staffing levels,training,resources and policy direction. Police Department FY2020 Police Department Overview Significant Changes Year-to-Year: ALL DIVISIONS •Staffing –Full-time staff retention continues to be a significant problem,primarily in the Division of Police.We continue to experience difficulty in attracting qualified recruits as evidenced by the significant reduction in the number of applications we are receiving when we are hiring full-time police officers and part-time reserve police officers.The Harbor Master’s Office also experienced a significant turnover in full-time staff during fiscal year 2019. •Project Management –While we are making progress on most of the major waterways projects we are experiencing significant delays in the permitting of these projects by the Army Corps of Engineers.The Town’s consultant continues to work to get these projects permitted so that work can be accomplished in the limited windows permitted by state law.The Town Pier project has been sent back for redesign after input from the community raised questions about whether or not the design as proposed was adequate for the intended use and lifespan of the structure.Dredging and construction is anticipated to begin in the fall of 2019 barring any unforeseen permitting issues. Police Department FY2020 Budget Police Department Police Department 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) SUMMARY ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 4,794,751$ 4,981,135$ 4,798,438$ 593,121$ 4,858,108$ 0.0%5,832,161$ 6,207,230$ 375,069$ 6.4% Overtime 246,887 255,995 181,583 23,190 228,155$ (14.2%)238,730 238,730 - 0.0% Medicare P/R Tax 72,750 74,839 69,310 7,067 72,299$ (2.4%)87,564 91,514 3,950 4.5% Rep & Maint 128,847 106,213 114,843 7,127 116,634$ (5.6%)172,900 176,900 4,000 2.3% Safety/Uniforms/Ammunition 37,688 48,839 72,779 880 53,102$ 39.0%70,400 72,400 2,000 2.8% Prof Services 59,281 51,668 44,096 10,213 51,682$ (13.8%)37,000 37,000 - 0.0% Supplies 24,887 16,634 30,067 846 23,862$ 9.9%43,000 43,000 - 0.0% Equipment 31,513 39,333 24,557 72 31,801$ (11.7%)33,200 43,200 10,000 30.1% Utilities 47,508 29,608 24,343 1,955 33,820$ (28.4%)43,300 43,300 - 0.0% Police Vehicle Expenses 107,884 219,627 210,545 - 179,352$ 39.7%185,000 185,000 - 0.0% Schools/Police Academy 29,090 51,804 45,778 - 42,224$ 25.4%48,600 48,600 - 0.0% Animal Control 14,965 16,480 14,687 333 15,377$ (0.9%)17,000 17,000 - 0.0% Travel 60,169 38,855 26,274 1,079 41,766$ (33.9%)62,400 62,400 - 0.0% Lifeguard Expense 13,413 12,144 24,509 - 16,689$ 35.2%- - - na Police K-9 Expense 800 2,942 2,241 150 1,994$ 67.4%5,000 5,000 - 0.0% Other 162,704 214,857 201,690 20,037 193,084$ 11.3%237,830 238,000 170 0.1% TOTAL POLICE & REV FUNDS 5,833,134$ 6,160,970$ 5,885,738$ 666,069$ 5,819,814$ 6.2%7,114,085$ 7,509,274$ 395,189$ 5.6% FY2020 Budget Harbormaster Police Department 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 619,692$ 645,957$ 670,003$ 193,667$ 645,217$ 4.0%740,400$ 753,600$ 13,200$ 1.8% Overtime 36,564 26,185 36,470 17,237 33,073$ (0.1%)15,000 48,200 33,200$ 221.3% Medicare P/R Tax 9,549 9,785 10,267 3,058 9,867$ 3.7%10,960 11,610 650$ 5.9% Medical Insurance - - - - -$ na - - -$ na Rep & Maint 146,640 91,140 73,521 26,413 103,767$ (29.2%)347,350 344,074 (3,276)$ (0.9%) Safety/Uniforms 1,204 86 101 - 464$ (71.1%)7,600 7,600 -$ 0.0% Prof Services 92,120 43,643 46,415 1,805 60,726$ (29.0%)34,000 34,000 -$ 0.0% Supplies 857 105 - - 321$ (100.0%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% Equipment 850 996 1,092 109 979$ 13.4%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% Utilities 5,428 5,493 4,127 463 5,016$ (12.8%)8,600 8,600 -$ 0.0% Beach Cleaning Expense - - - - -$ na - - -$ na Pond Management Expense - - - - -$ na - - -$ na Energy:Gas/Diesel/Fuel 1,800 2,174 2,535 703 2,170$ 18.7%11,500 11,500 -$ 0.0% Travel 634 273 2,321 - 1,076$ 91.3%3,800 3,800 -$ 0.0% Lifeguard Expense 3,282 - 303 - 1,195$ (69.6%)9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% Other 3,525 546 2,424 - 2,165$ (17.1%)3,400 3,400 -$ 0.0% TOTAL HARBORMASTER & REV FUNDS 922,143$ 826,383$ 849,579$ 243,456$ 866,035$ 1.0%1,204,110$ 1,247,884$ 43,774$ 3.6% Appendix Police Department •Division of Police •Division of Marine Safety •Division of Administrative Services Police Department –Org Chart Chief of Police Division of Police Patrol Operations Investigations Support Services Division of Marine Safety Waterways Beaches Town Pier Division of Administrative Services Information Technology Emergency Communications/e911 Business Licensing Fleet Management Facility Management Fiscal Services Deputy Chief of Police Emergency Management FY2020 Budget Detail Police Department FY2020 Police & Harbormaster Department Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) Additional Police Officer: $63,000 Shark Warning Signs: $10,000 Asst Harbormaster Position Upgrade: $14,200 Lifeguard Supervisor: $23,500 Capital Items Harbormaster Industry Road Layup Yard & Workshop: $495,000 Public Safety Auxiliary Building: $3,000,000 Maintenance Seasonal Housing Building: $950,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. Police Department TOWN OF NANTUCKET POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT 01210 42430 PARKING FEE INCOME (10,666) (14,000) (10,016) (11,561)$ (3.1%)(10,000) (10,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 42431 MARKED RECORDS FINES (9,517) (10,721) (12,006) (10,748)$ 12.3%(9,000) (9,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 43228 POLICE ALARM REG FEES (109,738) (113,988) (125,600) (116,442)$ 7.0%(110,000) (110,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 43620 FEES: STREET MUSICIANS (4,200) (2,310) (3,050) (3,187)$ (14.8%)(2,000) (2,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 44501 TAXI DRIVER ID (13,475) (8,725) (5,275) (9,158)$ (37.4%)(5,000) (5,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 44502 POLICE PERMITS PARKING (80,275) (76,825) (64,735) (73,945)$ (10.2%)(70,800) (70,800)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 44503 POLICE PERMITS PISTOL (3,513) (4,835) (7,598) (5,315)$ 47.1%(3,750) (3,750)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 47700 DISTRICT COURT FINES - (113) (1,877) (663)$ na - -$ -$ na 01210 47701 POLICE PARKING FINES (223,712) (271,074) (305,840) (266,875)$ 16.9%(215,000) (215,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 48400 POLICE MISC REVENUES (14,906) (5,642) (3,850) (8,133)$ (49.2%)(2,500) (2,500)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 48403 INSURANCE REPORTS (1,335) (1,071) (1,000) (1,135)$ (13.5%)(1,000) (1,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01210 48415 OFF DUTY POLICE ADMIN CHARGE (31,113) (59,799) (58,612) (49,841)$ 37.3%(60,000) (60,000)$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUES (502,449)$ (569,103)$ (599,459)$ (528,865)$ 5.1%(489,050)$ (489,050)$ -$ 0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT 01210 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 3,520,836 3,679,431 3,407,718 3,535,995$ (1.6%)3,830,000 4,068,700 238,700$ 6.2% 01210 51113 SALARY, PERM SHIFT COVERAGE 123,350 135,943 250,166 169,820$ 42.4%135,000 135,000 -$ 0.0% 01210 51130 POLICE ACADEMY RE-PAY (14,221) (6,758) (7,642) (9,540)$ (26.7%)- - -$ na 01210 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL PARKING CONTROL - - - -$ na - - -$ na 01210 51300 OVERTIME: SHIFT COVERAGE 228,091 225,095 169,172 207,453$ (13.9%)200,000 200,000 -$ 0.0% 01210 51318 OVERTIME:COURT 6,940 14,060 6,780 9,260$ (1.2%)10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 01210 51319 OVERTIME:REG LATE/CALL BACK - - - -$ na - - -$ na 01210 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS 49,825 48,492 41,510 46,609$ (8.7%)54,000 54,000 -$ 0.0% 01210 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 3,660 3,650 3,380 3,563$ (3.9%)3,640 3,640 -$ 0.0% 01210 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE 190,322 197,703 167,630 185,218$ (6.2%)201,000 218,600 17,600$ 8.8% 01210 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 79,071 82,700 80,189 80,653$ 0.7%112,100 103,000 (9,100)$ (8.1%) 01210 51791 AIRPORT COVERAGE REIMBURSEMENT (250,000) (250,000) (187,500) (229,167)$ (13.4%)- - -$ na 01210 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 177,054 190,170 181,480 182,902$ 1.2%195,000 195,000 -$ 0.0% 01210 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 60,586 61,595 57,935 60,039$ (2.2%)68,600 71,270 2,670$ 3.9% 01210 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - -$ na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF PERSONNEL EXPENSE 4,175,514$ 4,382,082$ 4,170,819$ 4,105,368$ 8.0%4,809,340$ 5,059,210$ 249,870$ 5% 1212 CENTRALIZED DISPATCH (NEW 2013) 01212 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 605,721 650,130 604,411 620,087$ (0.1%)692,400 773,000 80,600$ 11.6% 01212 51113 SALARY/PERMNT:SHIFT COVERAGE 35,118 24,890 20,348 26,785$ (23.9%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 01212 51300 OVERTIME 6,856 5,984 4,828 5,890$ (16.1%)26,230 26,230 -$ 0.0% 01212 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL 6,659 7,233 7,313 7,068$ 4.8%7,820 7,820 -$ 0.0% 01212 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 2,464 5,073 4,042 3,860$ 28.1%7,670 8,050 380$ 5.0% 01212 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 32,860 36,557 38,989 36,135$ 8.9%37,720 37,720 -$ 0.0% 01212 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,727 9,259 8,581 8,855$ (0.8%)11,200 12,370 1,170$ 10.4% 01212 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - -$ na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL CENTRALIZED DISPATCH GF PERSONNEL EXPENSE 698,405$ 739,126$ 688,511$ 693,941$ 7.1%808,040$ 890,190$ 82,150$ 10% OPERATING EXPENSE 1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT 1210 52070 TUITION - - - -$ na 2,400 2,400 -$ 0.0% 1210 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 47,503 29,054 36,360 37,639$ (12.5%)35,000 37,000 2,000$ 5.7% 1210 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 41,613 34,829 35,023 37,155$ (8.3%)32,500 34,500 2,000$ 6.2% TOWN OF NANTUCKET POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1210 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 16,051 22,249 10,123 16,141$ (20.6%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 52408 OTHER: TOWING - 100 - 33$ na 3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 52705 RENT/LSE:EQUIPMENT 815 7,233 1,725 3,258$ 45.5%8,500 8,500 -$ 0.0% 1210 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 24,143 27,113 10,050 20,435$ (35.5%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 1,285 1,196 2,022 1,501$ 25.4%6,000 6,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53104 GENERAL:DATA PROCESSING 135,251 170,887 165,108 157,082$ 10.5%180,000 180,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53106 GENERAL:CUSTODIAL 1,294 2,120 2,461 1,958$ 37.9%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 4,980 5,446 544 3,657$ (66.9%)3,500 3,500 -$ 0.0% 1210 53111 GENERAL:INVESTIGATIONS - - - -$ na - - -$ na 1210 53199 GENERAL: PARKING CLERK - 8,639 16,754 8,464$ na 10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53200 POLICE K-9 EXPENSE 800 2,942 2,241 1,994$ 67.4%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 30,306 12,006 10,992 17,768$ (39.8%)23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 7,453 3,921 1,831 4,402$ (50.4%)6,300 6,300 -$ 0.0% 1210 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 260 787 541 530$ 44.1%1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0% 1210 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 8,075 7,337 8,866 8,093$ 4.8%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES 15,190 6,249 12,657 11,365$ (8.7%)11,000 11,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS 29,901 37,590 62,204 43,231$ 44.2%53,000 55,000 2,000$ 3.8% 1210 54703 SAFETY:AMMUNITION 7,788 11,249 9,401 9,479$ 9.9%13,700 13,700 -$ 0.0% 1210 54901 FOOD:GENERAL 1,637 1,736 2,016 1,796$ 11.0%1,830 2,000 170$ 9.3% 1210 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 3,673 3,795 2,439 3,302$ (18.5%)3,500 3,500 -$ 0.0% 1210 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 50,567 30,338 19,588 33,497$ (37.8%)47,500 47,500 -$ 0.0% 1210 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 1,547 156 60 588$ (80.2%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL 7,846 8,231 6,625 7,568$ (8.1%)10,900 10,900 -$ 0.0% 1210 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 6,055 6,363 6,250 6,223$ 1.6%6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% 1210 57802 OTHER:SCHOOLS MISC 9,405 15,496 9,179 11,360$ (1.2%)13,600 13,600 -$ 0.0% 1210 57804 OTHER: POLICE ACADEMY 19,685 36,308 36,599 30,864$ 36.4%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 57806 ANIMAL CONTROL 14,965 16,480 14,687 15,377$ (0.9%)17,000 17,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP 15,889 19,533 12,271 15,898$ (12.1%)22,000 22,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 58504 ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES 106,536 174,031 141,983 140,850$ 15.4%135,000 135,000 -$ 0.0% 1210 58999 FIN COM TRANS EXP - - - -$ na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSE 610,513$ 703,414$ 640,600$ 648,367$ 5.6%757,530$ 763,700$ 6,170$ 1% 1291 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 1291 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 1,088 - 1,095 728$ 0.3%1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0% 1291 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 563 1,238 6,839 2,880$ 248.7%3,300 3,300 -$ 0.0% 1291 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - - - -$ na 300 300 -$ 0.0% 1291 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS - - - -$ na - - -$ na 1291 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 209 129 - 113$ (100.0%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1291 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - 3,667 - 1,222$ na 1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GF POPERATING EXPENSE 1,859$ 5,034$ 7,934$ 5,009$ (21.3%)8,000$ 8,000$ -$ 0% REVENUES 27214 LOW BEACH HOUSING 27214 48400 MISC REVENUE (39,995) (43,985) (32,300) (38,760)$ (10.1%)(44,000) (44,000)$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING REVENUE (39,995)$ (43,985)$ (32,300)$ (43,415)$ (2.5%)(44,000)$ (44,000)$ -$ 0% 27214 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 9,355 7,866 6,069 7,763$ (19.5%)8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52103 UTILITY:FUEL OIL 2,941 5,863 3,960 4,255$ 16.0%7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE 1,144 883 986 1,004$ (7.2%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52105 UTILITY:WATER 3,162 2,991 2,336 2,830$ (14.0%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52106 UTILITY:SEWER 600 - - 200$ (100.0%)- - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 27214 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 6,803 2,508 4,866 4,726$ (15.4%)40,000 40,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 667 699 922 763$ 17.5%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 1,348 1,628 1,267 1,414$ (3.1%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 27214 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 7,998 3,475 5,475 5,649$ (17.3%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 27214 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ 563 - - 188$ (100.0%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING EXPENSE (5,414)$ (18,074)$ (6,420)$ (8,596)$ 180.3%23,500$ 23,500$ -$ 0% VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL -$ -$ na (23,500)$ (23,500)$ -$ 0% TOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING (5,414)$ (18,074)$ (6,420)$ (8,596)$ 180.3%-$ -$ -$ na 27251 BEACH IMPROVEMENT POLICE REVOLVER*(BEACH IMPROV REV SPLIT IN FY 2015 BETWEEN POLICE AND NATURAL RESOURCES) 27251 48400 MISC REVENUE - - - -$ na (285,200) (285,200) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVENUE -$ -$ -$ -$ na (285,200)$ (285,200)$ -$ 0% 27251 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 49,631 652 - 16,761$ (100.0%)65,411 88,800 23,389$ 35.8% 27251 51220 SALARY SEASONAL BEACH PATROL - - - -$ na 198,900 222,400 23,500$ 11.8% 27251 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL - - - -$ na 2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 27251 51320 OVERTIME: BEACH PATROL - - - -$ na - - -$ na 27251 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 720 9 - 243$ (100.0%)3,900 4,010 110$ 2.8% 27251 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 9,006 8,924 18,188 12,039$ 42.1%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 27251 52427 REP&MAINT: BEACH PATROL 6,115 7,948 8,267 7,443$ 16.3%2,200 2,200 -$ 0.0% 27251 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 15,494 18,166 19,819 17,827$ 13.1%5,200 5,200 -$ 0.0% 27251 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - 2,634 - 878$ na 1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 27251 53158 PROF SERVICES - BEACH PATROL 9,736 48 646 3,477$ (74.2%)- - -$ na 27251 54106 SUPPLIES 1,059 3,048 8,544 4,217$ 184.1%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% 27251 54206 EQUIPMENT - - - -$ na - - -$ na 27251 54212 EQUIPMENT: BEACH PATROL 15,623 16,134 12,286 14,681$ (11.3%)10,000 20,000 10,000$ 100.0% 27251 54704 SAFETY: UNIFORMS BEACH PATROL - - 1,173 391$ na 3,700 3,700 -$ 0.0% 27251 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE 13,413 12,144 24,509 16,689$ 35.2%- - -$ na 27251 58504 ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES 1,348 45,596 68,562 15,648 613.2%50,000 50,000 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER 122,145$ 115,302$ 161,994$ 44,100$ na 108,111$ 165,110$ 56,999$ 53% VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (122,145)$ (115,302)$ (161,994)$ (79,149)$ na (108,111)$ (165,110)$ (56,999)$ 53% TOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER -$ -$ -$ (35,049)$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na 27333 FERRY EMBARKATION FEE 27333 46400 MISC REVENUE (215,907) (213,184) (200,770) (209,954)$ (3.6%)(195,000) (195,000) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION REVENUE (215,907)$ (213,184)$ (200,770)$ (233,145)$ (11.2%)(195,000)$ (195,000)$ -$ 0% 27333 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 182,400 175,268 186,404 181,357$ 1.1%266,500 266,500 -$ 0.0% 27333 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL 5,000 10,856 803 5,553$ (59.9%)- - -$ na 27333 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,717 3,975 2,794 3,162$ 1.4%3,864 3,864 -$ 0.0% 27333 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS - - - -$ na - - -$ na 27333 59601 TRANSFERS:GENERAL - - - -$ na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION FEE (25,790)$ (23,084)$ (10,770)$ (43,270)$ (46.6%)75,364$ 75,364$ -$ na VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL 25,790$ 23,084$ 10,770$ 16,291$ na (75,364)$ (75,364)$ TOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION FEE -$ -$ -$ (26,979)$ (100.0%)-$ -$ TOWN OF NANTUCKET HARBORMASTER FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1295 HARBORMASTER 1295 43604 MARINE TOWN PIER DOCKAGE (31,491)$ (65,830)$ (101,440)$ (66,254) 79.5%(35,000) (35,000)$ -$ 0.0% 1295 43605 MARINE SLIP RENTALS (286,043) (139,217) (128,878) (184,713) (32.9%)(125,000) (125,000)$ -$ 0.0% 1295 44210 MARINE LIC COM SHELLFISH (2,581) - - (860) (100.0%)- -$ -$ na 1295 44212 MARINE LIC FAM SHELLFISH (18,993) (12,465) (12,110) (14,523) (20.1%)(12,000) (12,000)$ -$ 0.0% 1295 44220 MOORING WAITING LIST (4,443) (2,385) (1,855) (2,894) (35.4%)(2,350) (2,350)$ -$ 0.0% 1295 48400 MISC REVENUES - - - - na - -$ -$ na SUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER REVENUES (343,551)$ (219,897)$ (244,283)$ (269,243)$ 38.1%(174,350)$ (174,350)$ -$ 0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1295 HARBORMASTER 01295 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 166,192 181,568 265,654 204,471 26.4%228,900 245,200 16,300$ 7.1% 01295 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY - - - - na - - -$ na 01295 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 105,150 127,868 125,172 119,397 9.1%505,800 505,800 -$ 0.0% 01295 51218 SALARY, SEASONAL - LIFEGUARDS 337,550 323,455 264,349 308,451 (11.5%)- - -$ na 01295 51219 SALARY, SEASONAL OVERTIME - - - - na - - -$ na 01295 51300 OVERTIME 8,235 13,334 36,236 19,268 109.8%15,000 17,000 2,000$ 13.3% 01295 51319 OVERTIME: SEASONAL 28,329 12,851 234 13,804 (90.9%)- - -$ na 01295 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION - - - - na - - -$ na 01295 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 6,118 6,625 6,512 6,418 3.2%3,100 - (3,100)$ (100.0%) 01295 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 4,645 6,441 8,316 6,467 33.8%2,600 2,600 -$ 0.0% 01295 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 9,548 9,785 10,267 9,867 3.7%10,960 11,150 190$ 1.7% 01295 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 665,767$ 681,926$ 716,740$ 688,144$ 8.4%766,360$ 781,750$ 15,390$ 2% OPERATING EXPENSE 1295 HARBORMASTER 1295 52105 UTILITY: WATER - - - - na - - -$ na 1295 52107 UTILITY: SEWER / LANDFILL - 433 - 144 na - - -$ na 1295 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 410 5,528 150 2,029 (39.6%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 11,929 8,354 339 6,874 (83.1%)12,000 12,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 8,387 3,949 25,823 12,720 75.5%26,500 26,500 -$ 0.0% 1295 52410 REP&MAINT: GENERAL 1,654 1,948 680 1,427 (35.9%)4,600 4,600 -$ 0.0% 1295 52411 REP&MAINT:GROUNDS - - - - na 350 350 -$ 0.0% 1295 52705 RENT/LSE:EQUIPMENT 850 996 1,092 979 13.4%- - -$ na 1295 52005 BEACH CLEANING EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na 1295 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 5,554 7,221 7,341 6,705 15.0%- - -$ na 1295 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 12,893 26,427 4,513 14,611 (40.8%)6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% 1295 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 2,802 168 600 1,190 (53.7%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1295 53104 GENERAL:DATA PROCESSING 394 378 1,824 865 115.0%- - -$ na 1295 53108 POND MANAGEMENT EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na 1295 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - - - na - - -$ na 1295 53114 GENERAL:CONTRACTORS - - - - na - - -$ na 1295 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 1,468 1,132 1,602 1,401 4.5%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 153 - - 51 (100.0%)600 600 -$ 0.0% 1295 54101 ENERGY:GAS & DIESEL 1,667 - - 556 (100.0%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET HARBORMASTER FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1295 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 857 - - 286 (100.0%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1295 54501 CUSTODIAL:CLEANING SUPPLY - 105 - 35 na 1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS 1,204 86 101 464 (71.1%)7,600 7,600 -$ 0.0% 1295 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE 3,282 - 303 1,195 (69.6%)9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 634 273 2,321 1,076 91.3%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 1295 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA - - - - na 800 800 -$ 0.0% 1295 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 175 - - 58 (100.0%)300 300 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER OPERATING EXPENSE 54,313$ 56,997$ 46,688$ 52,666$ (10.9%)83,750$ 83,750$ -$ 0% 27295 WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER 27295 41602 2002 BOAT EXCISE TAX (50) (4) - (18) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41603 2003 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 27295 41604 2004 BOAT EXCISE TAX (12) - - (4) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41605 2005 BOAT EXCISE TAX (27) - - (9) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41606 2006 BOAT EXCISE TAX (27) (8) - (11) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41607 2007 BOAT EXCISE TAX (93) (46) - (46) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41608 2008 BOAT EXCISE TAX (58) (47) - (35) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41609 2009 BOAT EXCISE TAX (59) (19) - (26) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41610 2010 BOAT EXCISE TAX (61) (19) - (27) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41611 2011 BOAT EXCISE TAX (128) (19) - (49) (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 41612 2012 BOAT EXCISE TAX (62) (20) (45) (42) (14.5%)- - -$ na 27295 41613 2013 BOAT EXCISE TAX (271) (32) (53) (119) (55.8%)- - -$ na 27295 41614 2014 BOAT EXCISE TAX (926) (120) (220) (422) (51.3%)- - -$ na 27295 41615 2015 BOAT EXCISE TAX (34,462) (512) (452) (11,809) (88.5%)- - -$ na 27295 41616 2016 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (34,242) (1,096) (11,779) na - - -$ na 27295 41617 2017 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - (34,818) (11,606) na - - -$ na 27295 xxxxx 2018 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 27295 43603 MARINE MOORING RENTALS (75,220) (80,070) (74,125) (76,472) (0.7%)(80,000) (80,000) -$ 0.0% 27295 43614 MARINE MOORING PERMITS (236,295) (251,595) (237,701) (241,864) 0.3%(215,000) (215,000) -$ 0.0% 27295 48400 MISC REVENUE - - - - na - - -$ na 27295 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVENUE (347,752)$ (366,751)$ (348,509)$ (354,337)$ 6.0%(295,000)$ (295,000)$ -$ 0% 27295 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 37 - - 12 (100.0%)- - -$ na 27295 51300 OVERTIME - - - - na - 31,200 31,200$ na 27295 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL - - - - na - - -$ na 27295 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS - - - - na - - -$ na 27295 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1 - - 0 (100.0%)- 460 460$ na 27295 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 122,025 61,537 42,408 75,323 (41.0%)282,500 279,224 (3,276)$ (1.2%) 27295 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 65,423 2,649 22,806 30,293 (41.0%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 27295 53110 PROF SERVICES- WATER QUALITY - - - - na 1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 27295 54101 ENERGY: GAS & DIESEL 133 2,174 2,535 1,614 337.0%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 27295 54206 ADD: NEW EQUIP - - - - na 10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% na SUBTOTAL WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER (160,134)$ (300,391)$ (280,760)$ (247,095)$ 32.4%34,000$ 62,384$ 28,384$ 83% VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL #DIV/0!na (9,175)$ -$ TOTAL WATERWAYS IMRPOVEMENT REVOLVER (160,134)$ (300,391)$ (280,760)$ (247,095)$ 29.5%24,825$ 62,384$ TOWN OF NANTUCKET HARBORMASTER FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 27297 LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER 27297 48400 MISC REVENUE (15,010) (10,070) (16,435) (13,838) 4.6%(15,000) (15,000) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER REVENUE (15,010)$ (10,070)$ (16,435)$ (13,838)$ (8.6%)(15,000)$ (15,000)$ -$ 0% 27297 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 1,716 2,790 1,466 1,991 (7.6%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0% 27297 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE 89 254 111 151 11.8%600 600 -$ 0.0% 27297 52105 UTILITY:WATER 1,607 375 417 800 (49.1%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 27297 52106 UTILITY:SEWER 548 510 530 529 (1.7%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 27297 52410 REP&MAINT:GENERAL 2,234 9,824 4,123 5,394 35.8%18,400 18,400 -$ 0.0% 27297 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 8,251 7,347 11,755 9,118 19.4%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% TOTAL LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER (565)$ 11,030$ 1,967$ 4,144$ na 10,000$ 10,000$ -$ 0% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet Police Department ORG: 01210 Number of Positions in Department Full-time Police 34 Full-time Admin/Clerical 6 Part-time Admin/Clerical 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies (1)7 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 47 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other / Contract Academy Total by Employee PITTMAN, W.Chief 40.00 PO01 CONTRACT 10/26/19 163,350 0 20,420 0 0 0 183,770 GIBSON, C.Deputy Chief 40.00 PO03 D-240 Mos.07/12/19 149,260 7,470 37,320 1,560 0 0 195,610 MACVICAR, A.Lieutenant 40.00 PO06 Lt-240 Mos.07/11/19 143,250 7,170 14,330 0 0 0 164,750 CARNEVALE, C.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos.07/11/19 106,070 5,310 5,310 0 0 0 116,690 CHRETIEN, J.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos.07/01/19 104,630 4,190 10,470 0 0 0 119,290 CLINGER, T.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-240 Mos.07/01/19 107,180 5,360 5,360 0 0 0 117,900 COAKLEY, B.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos.07/01/19 104,630 4,190 0 0 0 0 108,820 FURTADO, D.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos.07/01/19 107,180 5,360 10,720 0 0 0 123,260 MACK, D.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-240 Mos.07/01/19 107,180 5,360 10,720 0 0 0 123,260 MARSHALL, K.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos.07/11/19 104,630 4,190 10,470 0 0 0 119,290 MCMULLEN,J Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos.07/01/19 102,080 3,070 10,210 0 0 0 115,360 MORNEAU, B.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos.07/11/19 102,080 3,070 10,210 0 0 0 115,360 RAY, T.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos.07/01/19 104,630 4,190 10,470 0 0 0 119,290 ROCKETT, J.Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos.07/01/19 102,080 3,070 10,210 0 0 0 115,360 IACOZZI,N Officer 40.00 PO20 12 Mos.08/17/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 COOK, M.Officer 40.00 PO20 60 Mos.07/01/19 60,400 0 6,040 0 0 0 66,440 DESMOND,C Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.08/17/19 65,320 0 1,200 0 0 0 66,520 GALE, S.Officer 40.00 PO20 180 Mos.07/01/19 85,750 4,290 0 0 0 0 90,040 GIRARD, D.Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.07/01/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 HARRINGTON, R Officer 40.00 PO20 12 Mos.07/01/19 65,320 0 1,200 0 0 0 66,520 HOLLIS, R.Officer 40.00 PO10 120 Mos 07/01/19 83,710 3,350 0 0 0 0 87,060 DISAIA,N Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.08/06/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 JOURNET, E Officer 40.00 PO20 12 Mos.07/01/19 65,320 0 1,200 0 0 0 66,520 KELLY, C.Officer 40.00 PO20 60 Mos.07/01/19 81,660 1,640 1,200 0 0 0 84,500 MACK, J.Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos.07/01/19 85,750 4,290 8,580 0 0 0 98,620 MANSFIELD, K.Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos.07/27/19 85,750 4,290 8,580 0 0 5,100 103,720 MASON,J.Officer 40.00 PO20 60 Mos.07/01/19 81,660 2,450 1,200 0 0 0 85,310 MASTRIANO, M.Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.07/01/19 81,660 2,450 1,200 0 0 0 85,310 MUHR, J.Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos.07/01/19 85,750 4,290 0 0 0 0 90,040 SCHWENK, A.Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.07/01/19 77,780 1,560 1,200 0 0 0 80,540 THOMPSON, C.Officer 40.00 PO20 60 Mos.07/01/19 77,780 1,560 1,280 0 0 0 80,620 OLSON,J Officer 40.00 PO20 12 Mos.07/01/19 65,320 0 1,200 0 0 0 66,520 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other / Contract Academy Total by Employee SHIELD,R Officer 40.00 PO20 24 Mos.08/06/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 WITHERELL, D.Officer 40.00 PO20 60 Mos.07/01/19 77,780 1,560 1,200 0 0 0 80,540 MALO,T Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 08/17/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 MILICI,M Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 08/06/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 MCGINTY Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 07/01/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 COLASURDO Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 07/01/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 TERINO Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 07/01/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 BAZIKIO Officer 40.00 PO20 Start 07/01/19 60,400 0 1,200 0 0 0 61,600 BAXTER, A.Admin. Licensing 37.50 PO83 Non-Union 07/27/19 73,760 0 0 0 0 0 73,760 DZVONIK,M Licensing Clerk 40.00 VS04 S2 Step 1 03/15/20 65,720 0 0 0 0 0 65,720 DAVIS,M.Administrative Asstnt.35.00 PO50 S1 Step 8 07/27/19 80,820 1,620 0 0 0 0 82,440 TOVET,C Administrative Asstnt.40.00 MA20 S2 Step 9 07/01/19 80,820 3,240 0 520 0 0 84,580 GARY,A IT Administrator 40.00 PO51 SC Step 9 07/01/19 116,310 0 0 0 0 0 116,310 CIARMATARO, A.Office Admin.40.00 PO41 S1 Step 2 07/01/19 59,740 0 0 0 0 0 59,740 CLINGER, S.Records Clerk 40.00 PO50 S3 Step 9 07/01/19 89,540 4,480 0 1,560 0 0 95,580 4,005,700 (1) Vacancies are either filled or in process of being filled.Total Salary, Permanent: Shift Coverage 135,000 - 103,000 218,600 3,640 195,000 54,000 200,000 4,914,940 71,270 4,986,210Total Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet Centralized Dispatch ORG: 01212 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 10 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested (1)0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 11 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other / Contract Academy Total by Employee BURNS, M.Comm Superv 37.50 PO30 SB Step 7 01/09/20 106,300 2,460 0 0 0 0 108,760 NORRIS, J.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 8 06/01/20 73,500 1,470 0 0 0 0 74,970 SMITH, M.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 8 05/09/20 73,500 1,470 0 0 0 0 74,970 EGER-ANDERSEN,T.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 7 06/27/20 71,400 1,430 0 0 0 0 72,830 CONSIDINE, P.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 07/01/19 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 MOREIRA,J.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 2 01/25/20 60,900 0 0 0 0 0 60,900 KEVER, ERA Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 07/01/19 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 HAINEY, P.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 2 07/10/19 60,900 1,220 0 0 0 0 62,120 PEREZ, W.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 07/01/19 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 REYNOLDS, C.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 07/01/19 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 GOMES, C.Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 07/10/19 59,800 0 0 0 0 0 59,800 NOBLE, C.Dispatcher 41.00 NonUnion S1 Step 07/01/19 27,900 0 0 0 1 0 27,901 (1) 0.5 FTE being requested to bring current part-time position to full-time.773,000 0 0 8,050 0 0 37,720 7,820 26,230 852,820 12,370 865,190 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Salary, Permanent: Shift Coverage Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01295 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 4 Part-time 0 Seasonal 50 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 54 Name Position Hours Per Contract Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee LUCEY, S HARBORMASTER 37.50 MA06 SC Step 8 02/26/20 110,900 0 0 2,600 0 113,500 VACANT ASST HARBORMASTER 40.00 MA02 SA Step 1 06/01/20 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 CAREY,S ASST HARBORMASTER 40.00 MA02 SA Step 1 06/01/20 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 Paid from Beach Revolver (74,600)0 0 0 0 0 (74,600) WITHERELL, A.WATERWAYS & BEACH MAINTAINOR 40.00 MA26 S1 Step 1 11/30/19 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 SEASONAL - (3)SEASONAL ASST HARBORMASTER(S)40 HRS / 15 WKS TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A 37,100 0 0 0 0 0 37,100 SEASONAL - (QTY 1)SEASONAL LEAD DOCK WORKERS 40HRS / 26 WKS TW Article 7 N/A 36,200 0 0 0 0 0 36,200 SEASONAL - (3) SEASONAL DOCK WORKER 40 HRS / 15 WKS MA85 TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A 35,100 0 0 0 0 0 35,100 SEASONAL - (37) SEASONAL LIFEGUARDS 40 HRS / 15 WKS PRLF TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A 321,900 0 0 0 0 0 321,900 SEASONAL - (4) LONG SEASONAL LIFEGUARDS 41 HRS / 15 WKS PRLF TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A 51,500 0 0 0 0 0 51,500 SEASONAL - (2) SEASONAL LIFEGUARD SUPERVISOR 40 HRS / 15 WKS TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A 24,000 0 0 0 0 0 24,000 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)245,200 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)505,800 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)2,600 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)15,000 Overtime, Seasonal (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 768,600 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)11,150 Total Personnel Services 779,750 Harbormaster FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG 27295 WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT MGL CHP 40 SEC 5G Number of Positions in Department Full-time 0 Part-time 0 Seasonal 1 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 1 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee Org 27295 SEASONAL - (QTY 1)SEASONAL MOORING OFFICER 40HRS / 26 WKS MA71 TW Article 7 N/A 31,200 0 0 0 0 0 31,200 Org 27295 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)0 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)31,200 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 31,200 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)460 Total Personnel Services 31,660 Fund 27 / Marine Dept FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27251 ORG: 27333 BEACH IMPROV REVOLVER FERRY EMBARKATION MGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2 MGL CHP 46 SEC 129 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 1 0 Part-time 0 0 Seasonal 17 18 Temporary 0 0 Vacancies 0 0 New Positions Requested 0 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 18 18 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee Org 27251 SEASONAL - (QTY 17)SEASONAL BEACH PATROL 40HRS / 15 WKS PO81 TW Article 7 N/A 198,900 0 0 0 0 0 198,900 CAREY,S ASST. HARBORMASTER 40.00 MA02 SA Step 1 06/01/20 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 Org 27333 SEASONAL - (QTY 18)COMMUNITY SERVICE OFF 40HRS / 26 WKS PO80 TW Article 7 N/A 266,500 0 0 0 0 0 266,500 ORG: 27251 ORG: 27333 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)74,600 0 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)198,900 266,500 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)2,500 0 Salary Subtotal 276,000 266,500 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)4,010 3,864 Total Personnel Services 280,010 270,364 Fund 27 - Police Dept FY2020 Budget Fire Department FY2019 Fire Dep’t Review Mission ➢The mission of the Nantucket Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the residents and visitors of the Town of Nantucket by providing the highest possible level of service through public education, fire prevention, emergency medical services, fire suppression and mitigations of the effects of natural and man-made disasters consistent with available resources. Goals ➢To reduce the potential of death resulting from injuries to citizens, visitors, and firefighters. ➢To reduce the dollar loss from fire in the community. ➢To reduce the risk to the community from natural and man-made disasters. ➢To provide response times within nationally accepted standards. ➢To support our personnel in developing their careers and professionalism. ➢Strive to maintain a budget to support the goals & objectives of the organization. FIRE DEPARTMENT Initiatives ➢Initiate Advanced Life Support program ➢Train Call Firefighters to FF I/II level ➢Create a Apparatus Maintenance Program which includes ➢Service, Testing and Replacement Schedules ➢Prepare to coordinate move to New Station ➢Study the Sconset Fire Station future in regards to use and possible staffing as needed ➢Continue to research the use of available grants ➢Continue and Expand fire protection and education programs ➢Continue and expand Fire Prevention Inspections to adhere to the Massachusetts Fire Code FY2019 Fire Dep’t Review (cont’d) FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2019 Fire Dep’t Review (cont’d) Accomplishments in FY19 •Initiated the start of an ALS Program with a Labor agreement outline implementation •Continued to conduct joint public education with NPD with the “Stop the Bleed” program •Continued Fire prevention’s outreach trough Generation SAFE which targets 65+ residents in home safety •Recruit and training •Vehicles & Equipment •Added a second Mechanical CPR device to protect EMTs during transport •A Brush Breaker (Wildland fire truck) has been added to the fleet funded by a ATM17 article. •First year of a multi year program to replace the aging Air Paks used by Firefighters. •Support the construction/design of the new fire station in securing bids for “Not In Contract” items. FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Fire Dep’t Overview (cont’d) Priorities ➢Continue with new Fire Station Project ➢Advanced Life Support ➢Support the students in obtaining Paramedic certification ➢Start the Process of obtaining an ALS Ambulance license from the state ➢Work with Medical Director and Hospital to establish operation and training standards for the Department’s service and paramedics ➢Continue to train our people and build the education of our Firefighters and Officers ➢Develop and Support an education track for Professional Development of the members towards promotion. ➢Develop and support the Call Department and youth programs FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Fire Dep’t Overview (cont) Significant Changes -Inspectional services -Paramedic Training Key Issues -Training of all members -Level of medical service provided FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Budget Fire Dep’t FIRE DEPARTMENT 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 2,297,325$ 2,180,312$ 2,105,278$ 174,312$ 2,194,305$ (4.3%)2,398,650$ 3,022,066$ 623,416$ 26.0% Overtime 391,719 433,181 282,518 27,755 369,139$ (15.1%)518,000 518,000 - 0.0% Medicare P/R Tax 37,104 36,237 33,743 2,930 35,695$ (4.6%)41,010 47,590 6,580 16.0% Medical Insurance 14,035 - - - 4,678$ (100.0%)142,100 142,100 - 0.0% Rep & Maint 73,287 81,048 97,664 1,635 84,000$ 15.4%114,750 104,750 (10,000) (8.7%) Safety/Protective Clothing 32,645 23,757 44,969 2,342 33,790$ 17.4%47,300 47,300 - 0.0% Prof Services 97,166 112,315 119,896 17,342 109,792$ 11.1%190,900 148,900 (42,000) (22.0%) Energy- Gas and Diesel 232,852 231,623 297,430 - 253,968$ 13.0%375,000 375,000 - 0.0% Supplies 8,084 14,775 9,039 697 10,633$ 5.7%13,700 14,700 1,000 7.3% Equipment 96,286 30,811 12,808 - 46,635$ (63.5%)- 94,000 94,000 na Ambulance Expenses - 18,520 23,227 940 13,916$ na 30,000 30,000 - 0.0% Rent/Lease Fire Alrm 563 2,065 274 40 967$ (30.3%)5,000 6,000 1,000 20.0% Other 19,934 17,244 44,669 300 27,282$ 49.7%22,900 10,600 (12,300) (53.7%) TOTAL FIRE DEPT & REV FUNDS 3,301,001$ 3,181,888$ 3,071,515$ 228,293$ 3,184,801$ 2.9%3,899,310$ 4,561,006$ 661,696$ 17.0% Appendix Fire Department Fire Chief Shift Captains (4) Shift Firefighter / EMT’s Call Firefighter /EMT’s Deputy Chief Fire Alarm Superintendent Fire Prevention Explorers Program Office Administrator Fire Dep’t –Organizational Chart FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Budget Detail FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 Fire Dep’t Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) 1.FF/Paramedics (2x FT): $123,496 2.PT Admin Assistant: $35,000 New Training Line Item: $63,000* Fire Alarm Superintendent Truck: $45,000* Admin Car: $49,000 New CPR Devices: $18,000 Capital Items (Ambulance Reserve Fund) SCBAs Replacement: $92,534 ALS Equipment: $50,000 Replace Ambulance #1: $325,000 Replace Engine #7: $450,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. (2)*Funded by Free Cash FIRE DEPARTMENT TOWN OF NANTUCKET FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT 01220 42708 FL FLUID STOR/LP/TANK REMOVAL (14,025)$ (11,150)$ (10,500)$ (11,892)$ (13.5%)(10,000) (10,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01220 42709 CHARCOAL PERMITS (890) - - (297) (100.0%)- -$ - na 01220 42710 FIRE REPORTS (5) - - (2) (100.0%)- -$ - na 01220 43222 FIRE INSPECTION COI (11,250) (13,450) (14,750) (13,150) 14.5%(12,500) (12,500)$ - 0.0% 01220 43223 FIRE INSP FEE SMOKE DET (24,600) (24,475) (24,600) (24,558) 0.0%(22,000) (22,000)$ - 0.0% 01220 43224 FIRE INSP FEE OIL BURNER (2,400) (1,050) (850) (1,433) (40.5%)(1,000) (1,000)$ - 0.0% 01220 43230 FIRE INSPEC FIRE ALARMS (1,375) (1,225) (375) (992) (47.8%)(1,200) (1,200)$ - 0.0% 01220 44504 FIRE PERMITS MISC (1,275) (2,850) (1,625) (1,917) 12.9%(1,500) (1,500)$ - 0.0% 01220 48412 OFF DUTY FIRE (2,938) (2,938) na (1,500) (1,500)$ - 0.0% SUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUE (55,820)$ (54,200)$ (55,638)$ (55,219)$ 1.4%(49,700)$ (49,700)$ -$ 0% 1492 TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE 1492 48400 TOWN GAS- REVENUES (54,074) (43,196) (65,142) (54,137) 9.8%(43,000) (43,000)$ - 0.0% SUBTOTAL TOWN GAS ACCT REVENUES (54,074)$ (43,196)$ (65,142)$ (54,137)$ (21.3%)(43,000)$ (43,000)$ -$ 0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT 01220 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1,871,231 1,808,263 1,769,384 1,816,293 (2.8%)1,856,500 2,378,496 521,996 28.1% 01220 51115 SALARY, PERMANENT AMB / EMT 2,633 1,230 - 1,288 (100.0%)10,000 10,000 - 0.0% 01220 51116 SALARY PERMANENT CALL FIREMAN 15,828 9,449 3,494 9,590 (53.0%)30,000 30,000 - 0.0% 01220 51300 OVERTIME: SHIFT COVERAGE 106,809 129,923 72,839 103,191 (17.4%)418,000 418,000 - 0.0% 01220 51315 OVERTIME: HOLIDAY 21,207 27,982 29,578 26,256 18.1%- - - na 01220 51318 OVERTIME EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT 48,686 45,737 24,614 39,679 (28.9%)100,000 100,000 - 0.0% 01220 51319 OVERTIME: FF CALLBACK 184,053 197,905 125,963 169,307 (17.3%)- - - na 01220 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS 17,074 17,402 17,924 17,467 2.5%25,000 25,000 - 0.0% 01220 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 921 960 - 627 (100.0%)- - - na 01220 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE 72,804 68,309 52,778 64,630 (14.9%)58,850 58,310 (540) (0.9%) 01220 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 67,911 56,056 55,671 59,879 (9.5%)60,000 67,900 7,900 13.2% 01220 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 12,116 6,624 5,245 7,995 (34.2%)20,000 20,000 - 0.0% 01220 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 33,214 32,704 30,404 32,107 (4.3%)36,100 41,320 5,220 14.5% 01220 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - - na SUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 2,454,486$ 2,402,545$ 2,187,892$ 2,348,308$ 2.8%2,614,450$ 3,149,026$ 534,576$ 5% OPERATING EXPENSE 1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT 01220 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 66,626 53,855 77,066 65,849 7.6%55,000 55,000 - 0.0% 01220 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 4,397 14,132 10,777 9,769 56.6%17,250 7,250 (10,000) (58.0%) 01220 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 2,264 13,062 9,821 8,382 108.3%42,500 42,500 - 0.0% 01220 52704 RENT/LSE:FIRE ALARM 563 2,065 274 967 (30.3%)5,000 6,000 1,000 20.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 01220 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 1,368 1,338 - 902 (100.0%)- - - na 01220 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 42,629 44,511 44,143 43,761 1.8%100,000 40,000 (60,000) (60.0%) 01220 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 243 437 115 265 (31.1%)600 600 - 0.0% 01220 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 5,962 4,254 5,580 5,265 (3.3%)6,000 6,000 - 0.0% 01220 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - 23 - 8 na 500 500 - 0.0% 01220 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 178 - - 59 (100.0%)1,000 1,000 - 0.0% 01220 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES.4,903 6,019 5,528 5,483 6.2%5,000 6,000 1,000 20.0% 01220 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES 1,688 7,570 3,171 4,143 37.1%6,000 6,000 - 0.0% 01220 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ - 1,186 340 509 na 1,200 1,200 - 0.0% 01220 54501 CUSTODIAL:CLEANING SUPPLY 1,493 - - 498 (100.0%)1,500 1,500 - 0.0% 01220 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS 13,832 18,073 15,370 15,758 5.4%17,300 17,300 - 0.0% 01220 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 18,813 5,684 29,599 18,032 25.4%30,000 30,000 - 0.0% 01220 54901 FOOD:GENERAL 302 252 553 369 35.2%700 1,000 300 42.9% 01220 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - 3,338 1,113 na 300 - (300) (100.0%) 01220 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 10,732 9,823 33,791 18,115 77.4%12,500 - (12,500) (100.0%) 01220 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 403 277 62 247 (60.8%)300 - (300) (100.0%) NEW TRAINING: NEW LINE ITEM 63,000 63,000 na 01220 57114 AMBULANCE EXPENSES - - - - na - - - na 01220 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 745 840 1,230 938 28.5%1,000 1,500 500 50.0% 01220 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP 96,286 30,811 12,808 46,635 (63.5%)- 94,000 94,000 na 01220 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - - na SUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSES 273,428$ 214,211$ 253,566$ 247,068$ 7.9%303,650$ 380,350$ 76,700$ 39% 1492 TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE 1492 54101 ENERGY:GAS & DIESEL 232,852 231,623 297,430 253,968 13.0%375,000 375,000 - 0.0% 1492 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - - na SUBTOTAL TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE 232,852$ 231,623$ 297,430$ 253,968$ (12.4%)375,000$ 375,000$ -$ 0% 27225 AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND REVENUES 27225 48400 MISC REVENUE (328,757) (594,027) (484,611) (469,131) 21.4%(600,000) (600,000)$ - 0.0% SUBTOTAL AMBULANCE FUND REVENUES (328,757)$ (594,027)$ (484,611)$ (469,131)$ 400.6%(600,000)$ (600,000)$ -$ 0% 27225 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 227,149 202,976 191,052 207,059 (8.3%)338,300 426,630 88,330 26.1% 27225 51300 OVERTIME 7,076 9,998 7,789 8,288 4.9%- - - na 27225 51315 OVERTIME HOLIDAY 3,659 3,490 4,357 3,835 9.1%- - - na 27225 51318 OVERTIME:COURT 1,668 3,161 1,531 2,120 (4.2%)- - - na 27225 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL 18,562 14,983 15,847 16,464 (7.6%)- - - na 27225 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS 4,380 3,297 3,140 3,606 (15.3%)- - - na 27225 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE 5,280 5,745 5,237 5,421 (0.4%)- 5,730 5,730 na 27225 51700 LONGEVITY - - 1,354 451 na - - - na 27225 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 14,035 - - 4,678 (100.0%)142,100 142,100 - 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET FIRE DEPARTMENT FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 27225 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,891 3,533 3,340 3,588 (7.4%)4,910 6,270 1,360 27.7% 27225 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 54,538 67,804 75,752 66,031 17.9%90,900 108,900 18,000 19.8% 27225 54206 ADD: EQUIP AMBULANCE - 18,520 23,227 13,916 na 30,000 30,000 - 0.0% 27225 59601 TRANSFERS:GENERAL - - - - na - - - na SUBTOTAL AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND 11,479$ (260,518)$ (151,985)$ (133,675)$ na 6,210$ 119,630$ 113,420$ 18% VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (11,479)$ 133,675$ (6,210)$ (119,630)$ TOTAL AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND -$ (260,518)$ (151,985)$ (50,662)$ na -$ -$ FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet Fire Department ORG: 01220 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 30 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS *30 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee MURPHY, S.CHIEF 40.00 FI01 CONTRACT 09/15/19 152,100 0 0 0 0 0 152,100 VACANT - FUNDED DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF 40.00 FI03 134,700 5,760 0 0 0 0 140,460 HODGE, K.OFFICE ADMIN 40.00 F120 STEP 1 07/08/19 68,700 0 0 0 0 0 68,700 BATES, R.FIRE ALARM 40.00 FI23 STEP 07/11/19 106,976 8,880 4,180 0 0 0 120,036 MITCHELL, S.FIRE PREVENTION 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 106,976 2,500 5,130 0 0 0 114,606 SHANNON, E.CAPTAIN/EMT 40.00 FI25 STEP 7 07/11/19 102,954 5,270 5,210 0 0 0 113,434 HANLON, F.CAPTAIN/EMT 40.00 FI25 STEP 7 07/11/19 102,954 5,270 5,210 0 0 0 113,434 DIXON, M.CAPTAIN/EMT 40.00 FI25 STEP 6 07/11/19 102,954 5,160 3,130 0 0 0 111,244 ELDRIDGE, E.CAPTAIN/EMT (ACTING)40.00 FI25 STEP 7 07/11/19 102,954 5,010 0 0 0 0 107,964 ALLEN, J.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 3,430 5,210 0 0 0 91,486 RAY, C.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 89,281 3,590 3,650 0 0 96,521 KYMER, C.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 3,430 5,210 0 0 0 91,486 ALLEN, J.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 3,320 2,610 0 0 0 88,776 RAY, C.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 2,480 2,090 0 0 0 87,416 BEAMISH, C.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 2,410 0 0 0 0 85,256 BARBER, N.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 102,954 2,540 4,170 0 0 0 109,664 PEKARCIK, D.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/11/19 82,846 2,480 2,090 0 0 0 87,416 BARBER, B.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 5 07/11/19 78,901 2,350 1,560 0 0 0 82,811 PERRY, S.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 5 07/11/19 78,901 2,380 2,610 0 0 0 83,891 TOWNSEND, J.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 5 07/11/19 85,029 1,670 1,560 0 0 88,259 HOLLAND, C.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 4 07/11/19 78,901 0 2,090 0 0 0 80,991 RAMOS, K.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 3 07/11/19 75,144 0 1,560 0 0 0 76,704 SEITZ, J.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 3 07/11/19 80,980 0 1,040 0 0 82,020 REZENDES, A.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 71,568 0 1,040 0 0 0 72,608 Charged to Ambulance Reserve HOLMES, S.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 77,124 0 1,040 0 0 78,164 ANDERSON, T.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 71,568 0 0 0 0 0 71,568 CHATTI, G.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 08/07/19 70,113 0 2,090 0 0 72,203 ANGELASTRO, D.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/01/19 70,113 0 1,040 0 0 71,153 WEBB, R.Fire FI / PARAMEDIC 40.00 FI29 STEP 1 09/28/19 66,144 0 520 0 0 0 66,664 FINNEGAN, M.Fire FI / EMT 41.00 FI30 STEP 1 09/17/19 66,144 0 0 0 0 66,144 Total Charged to Ambulance Reserve (421,206)0 (5,730)0 0 0 (426,936) PT ADMIN CLERK 35,000 35,000 Holiday Pay Lump Sum 20,000 0 20,000 Call Amb / EMT Lump Sum (50)0 10,000 10,000 Call Fireman Lump Sum 0 30,000 30,000 * Includes Ambulance Reserve Personnel 2,220,000 0 67,900 58,310 0 20,000 40,000 25,000 418,000 2,849,210 41,320 2,890,530Total Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27225 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 6 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 6 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee REZENDES, A.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 71,568 0 1,040 0 0 0 72,608 HOLMES, S.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 77,124 0 1,040 0 0 0 78,164 ANDERSON, T.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/11/19 71,568 0 0 0 0 0 71,568 CHATTI, G.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 08/07/19 70,113 0 2,090 0 0 0 72,203 ANGELASTRO, D.Fire FI / EMT 40.00 FI30 STEP 2 07/01/19 70,113 0 1,040 0 0 0 71,153 WEBB, R.Fire FI / PARAMEDIC 40.00 FI29 STEP 1 09/28/19 66,144 0 520 0 0 0 66,664 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)426,630 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)5,730 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 432,360 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)6,270 Total Personnel Services 438,630 Fund 27 / Ambulance Reserve Fund FY2020 Budget Town Clerk Department FY2019 Town Clerk Dep’t Review •Mission: The Town and County Clerk's Office is a Gateway to local government. The Town Clerk is the Town's recording officer, registrar of vital statistics, and chief election official. Our mission is to facilitate the efforts of our residents and visitors to access public information, to enable voters to avail themselves of the democratic process, and to assist the general public with their concerns. •Goals:To continue the process of archival storage for our historic records, and to provide continued access via Laserfiche and technologically up-to-date systems. •To continue the streamlined filing and organizational systems of our Vaults and office space. .To research the use and cost of Poll Pads for our Town Meetings, and future Early Voting. .To research the use and cost of new Voting Tabulators for Elections-to replace the 10+ year old Accuvote. .To encourage the Town to consider a town-wide records management system via Laserfiche to facilitate public records requests, as well as an archival facility to store our permanent paper records. .To have an outside staff member take on responsibility of daily electronic meeting postings. .Initiatives and Accomplishments: Due to assistance from Senior Workoff Volunteers, we continue to scan many years’ worth of Planning and Zoning, HDC records, etc. into Laserfiche. Research into use of Poll Pads by former Clerk Stover Successfully ran five elections, including two State Elections, in a six-month period Continue streamline and organization of stored & scanned records to off-site storage. Town Clerk Department FY2020 Town Clerk Dep’t Overview •Priorities: To organize vaults and file cabinets in order to streamline access to our records when needed. Also to achieve help or relief from the daily Meeting Postings. To research new technology for Voter check-in at ATM’s and new voting tabulators for elections. Significant Changes Year-to-Year Extra town meetings and elections put an incredible strain on our budget, and our staff. Addressing the extra work involved means that we are unable to complete our regular statutory duties in (what we believe to be) a timely fashion. We continue to need additional support staff in the bi-annual State Elections because of the implementation of Early Voting. •Key Issues Our increased population has challenged us to try to find better, more efficient ways to serve them. Most significantly, our increased foreign nationals’ births and marriages have complicated our registrations necessitating scores of records that must be amended. We are doing 200+ Marriage Licenses per year, and are a birthing community, etc. We are a highly trafficked office, with Marriage Licenses, Birth and Death Certificates, Business Licenses, Taxi Licenses, and law offices needing Certified Copies of Planning/Zoning Decisions (which we also Record the filing of.) •The system we have for posting meetings is prolonged and cumbersome. We posted 960 meetings thus far in FY2019, at often 10 minutes per posting, the staff spent over 180 work hours posting the meetings to our website in order to comply with the Open Meeting Law. We desperately need staff assistance with this process and have asked for the last couple years. This continues to be a huge time drain for us daily. Town Clerk Department FY2020 Budget Town Clerk Dep’t Town Clerk Department 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 240,062$ 255,537$ 237,751$ 20,605$ 244,450$ (0.5%)258,570$ 273,060$ 14,490$ 5.6% Overtime 3,411 4,673 2,247 - 3,444 (18.8%)- - -$ na Medicare P/R Tax - - - - - na - - -$ na Medical Insurance - - - - - na - - -$ na Rep & Maint 419 544 684 - 549 27.7%500 500 -$ 0.0% Elections 22,574 44,772 18,530 - 28,625 (9.4%)35,000 20,000 (15,000)$ (42.9%) Prof Services 9,094 29,631 11,939 - 16,888 14.6%9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% Travel Expenses 4,102 4,143 6,023 - 4,756 21.2%6,400 6,400 -$ 0.0% Supplies 939 2,650 1,269 200 1,619 16.2%900 900 -$ 0.0% Equipment - - - - - na 6,500 - (6,500)$ (100.0%) Town Meeting 10,905 3,966 4,223 - 6,365 (37.8%)9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% Other 11,180 9,713 16,659 35 12,517 22.1%15,900 15,700 (200)$ (1.3%) TOTAL TOWN CLERK 302,688$ 355,628$ 299,324$ 20,840$ 313,773$ 12.1%341,770$ 334,560$ (7,210)$ (2.1%) Appendix Town Clerk Department Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Town Clerk Department Town Clerk Wardens & Constables Registrars Election Tellers & Clerks Assistant Town Clerk Administration Clerk Town Clerk Department FY2020 Budget Detail Town Clerk Department FY2020 Town Clerk Dep’t Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) n/a 1.n/a (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. Town Clerk Department TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN CLERK FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 INC / DEC $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1161 TOWN CLERK 1161 43702 TOWN CLERK MISC SALES (571)$ (780)$ (1,460)$ (937) 59.9%(600) (600)$ -$ 0.0% 1161 44202 TAXI TRANSFER (1,200) (1,400) (750) (1,117) (20.9%)(1,600) (1,600) -$ 0.0% 1161 44204 TAXI/LIMO LIC RENEWALS (23,850) (23,550) (22,050) (23,150) (3.8%)(22,000) (22,000) -$ 0.0% 1161 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (2,345) (2,000) (2,090) (2,145) (5.6%)(2,000) (2,000) -$ 0.0% 1161 44207 OTHER NON-BUS LICENSES (5,340) (11,030) (10,300) (8,890) 38.9%(5,500) (5,500) -$ 0.0% 1161 44208 LICENSES - DOMESTIC PARTNERSHP (25) - - (8) (100.0%)- - -$ na 1161 44209 CLERK LIC DOGS (4,485) (3,385) (3,635) (3,835) (10.0%)(3,000) (3,000) -$ 0.0% 1161 44500 0THER BUSINESS PERMITS (6,470) (10,240) (8,870) (8,527) 17.1%(5,500) (5,500) -$ 0.0% 1161 44501 CERTIFICATIONS (16,860) (23,535) (24,410) (21,602) 20.3%(17,000) (17,000) -$ 0.0% 1161 44507 VOTER EXTRACT (180) (90) (60) (110) (42.3%)- - -$ na 1161 44513 GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH (148) (220) (150) (173) 0.8%- - -$ na 1161 44517 POLE RELOCATION (850) (500) (1,425) (925) 29.5%(500) (500) -$ 0.0% 1161 46400 STATE GRANTS-EXTENDED POLLS (673) (1,346) (4,627) (2,215) 162.2%- - -$ na 1161 47707 CODE VIOLATIONS CITATIONS (14,675) (28,050) (7,310) (16,678) (29.4%)- - -$ na 1161 48400 TOWN CLERK MISC REVENUES (152) (500) (1) (218) (91.9%)- - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK REVENUE (77,823)$ (106,626)$ (87,138)$ (84,503)$ 24.3%(57,700)$ (57,700)$ -$ 0.0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1161 TOWN CLERK 1161 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 234,779 249,828 232,346 238,984 (0.5%)251,200 265,400 14,200$ 5.7% 1161 51300 OVERTIME 3,411 4,673 2,247 3,444 (18.8%)- - -$ na 1161 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 3,280 3,607 3,414 3,434 2.0%3,600 3,600 -$ 0.0% 1161 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 2,003 2,101 1,992 2,032 (0.3%)3,770 4,060 290$ 7.7% 1161 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,516 3,771 3,466 3,584 (0.7%)3,750 3,960 210$ 5.6% 1161 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK PERSONNEL EXPENSES 246,990$ 263,980$ 243,464$ 242,177$ 10.7%262,320$ 277,020$ 14,700$ 5.6% OPERATING EXPENSE 1161 TOWN CLERK 1161 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP 419 544 684 549 27.7%500 500 -$ 0.0% 1161 52501 MISC PURCH:MICRO/BOOK RES 3,309 - 8,570 3,959 60.9%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1161 52506 TOWN MEETING 10,905 3,966 4,223 6,365 (37.8%)9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% 1161 52507 ELECTIONS 22,574 44,772 18,530 28,625 (9.4%)35,000 20,000 (15,000)$ (42.9%) 1161 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 9,094 29,631 11,939 16,888 14.6%9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET TOWN CLERK FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 INC / DEC $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1161 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na - - -$ na 1161 53107 GENERAL:CENSUS 4,185 4,519 5,829 4,845 18.0%4,500 4,500 -$ 0.0% 1161 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 2,551 3,911 1,640 2,701 (19.8%)8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0% 1161 53113 GENERAL:CLERICAL 789 528 - 439 (100.0%)500 500 -$ 0.0% 1161 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - 200 200 133 na 200 200 -$ 0.0% 1161 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 939 2,650 1,269 1,619 16.2%900 900 -$ 0.0% 1161 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 781 466 151 466 (56.0%)1,300 1,300 -$ 0.0% 1161 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 2,107 3,677 3,832 3,205 34.8%1,850 1,850 -$ 0.0% 1161 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL 1,214 - 2,040 1,085 29.6%3,250 3,250 -$ 0.0% 1161 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 345 405 320 357 (3.7%)500 500 -$ 0.0% 1161 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS - 150 100 83 na 200 - (200)$ (100.0%) 1161 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na 6,500 - (6,500)$ (100.0%) 1161 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK OPERATING EXPENSES 59,214$ 95,418$ 59,326$ 74,459$ 17.8%83,200$ 61,500$ (21,700)$ (26.1%) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01161 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 3 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 3 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VACANT TOWN CLERK 40.00 TC01 TW Article 7 04/08/19 102,400 0 0 1,000 0 0 103,400 HOLMES, N ASST. TOWN CLERK 40.00 TC03 S3 Step 8 08/03/19 89,500 1,820 0 1,560 0 0 92,880 HOLDGATE, G.ADMIN ASST 40.00 TC05 S1 Step 8 08/01/19 73,500 2,240 0 1,040 0 0 76,780 265,400 0 4,060 0 3,600 0 0 0 0 273,060 3,960 277,020 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Town Clerk Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01114 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 0 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 1 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee ALGER, S MODERATOR (PER DIEM)MO95 TW Article 7 N/A 175 0 0 0 0 0 175 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 175 5 180 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Moderator Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Budget Information Technology and GIS Department FY2019 IT & GIS Department Review •Mission Provide a reliable, secure computing environment that facilitates the use of technology to deliver a more effective and efficient government to the citizens and business community of Nantucket. •Goals -Provide a reliable and secure method for access to information and technology services - hardware redundancy, disaster recovery, server virtualization, computer replacement programs, software upgrades, standardization -Maintain and improve network infrastructure to support advanced technology services - infrastructure improvements i.e. fiber, Wi-Fi -Utilize technology to support integrated town processes and improve administration efficiencies - E-permitting, MUNIS, GIS, Records Management -Enhance technology to support improved communication and communication services for town employees and citizens –Voice over IP, Website, mobile application and collaboration tools IT & GIS DEPT FY2019 IT & GIS Department Review (cont’d) Initiatives and Accomplishments •Complete roll-out of the subscription-based Office 365 Pro Plus package •Complete GIS data layer updates with new imagery acquired in the spring of 2018 •Complete the implementation of our newly designed website, expanding the Town’s emergency notification with a new website module called CivicReady •Complete implementation of E-Permitting for Health and PLUS Departments focusing on those permits currently maintained in legacy system •Provide retrieval access to historical permit information as legacy system is phased out •Upgrade to new version of MUNIS requiring the installation of a new forms database and server •Implement new MUNIS Employee Self-Serve module •Implement a Server Virtualization environment that provides redundancy, faster recovery times and server management efficiencies, upgrading software applications, if feasible, during the migration •Expand existing Records Management System to include archived meeting records from our website and provide access to the public via a new Web Portal IT & GIS DEPT FY2020 IT & GIS Department Overview •Priorities –Security assessment and remediation –Department fiber connections and increased Internet bandwidth for a more robust and reliable Town network –Staffing and department resources to improve IT services and functions –Off Site Storage for IT equipment –Implement IT Project Portfolio Management to better coordinate town-wide and department services •Significant Changes Year-to-Year –Continually increasing demand for IT support –Transition to hosted solutions and increasing use of mobile devices –Shift to citizen centric applications •Key Issues –Need for reliable and high bandwidth Internet service –Increased complexities with new technological solutions –Prioritization of IT Projects as guided by the IT Governance Team and Project Portfolio Management System –Limited resources to support key department functions –Ensuring data security in a mobile and web-enabled environment IT & GIS DEPT FY2020 Budget IT & GIS Department IT & GIS DEPT 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY120FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 449,444$ 507,571$ 471,971$ 50,603$ 476,329$ 2.5%639,480$ 820,241$ 180,761$ 28.3% Overtime 1,193 799 989 20 994 (9.0%)6,000 6,000 - 0.0% Medicare P/R Tax 6,534 7,371 6,858 734 6,921 2.4%9,280 10,260 980 10.6% Repair And Maintenance - - - - - na 4,500 4,500 - 0.0% Prof Services 286,607 251,844 341,280 10,517 293,244 9.1%327,000 490,000 163,000 49.8% General Data Processing 32,701 23,042 21,814 570 25,852 (18.3%)18,500 24,116 5,616 30.4% Travel Expenses 8,229 6,924 5,564 - 6,906 (17.8%)13,500 14,700 1,200 8.9% Supplies 1,186 2,825 4,148 71 2,719 87.0%5,000 5,000 - 0.0% Equipment - 84,748 47,395 - 44,048 na 40,000 40,000 - 0.0% Other 3,456 1,440 1,320 - 2,072 (38.2%)1,500 1,500 - 0.0% TOTAL IS/GIS 789,350$ 886,565$ 901,338$ 62,514$ 806,601$ 9.2%1,064,760$ 1,416,317$ 351,557$ 33.0% Appendix IT & GIS Department Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –IT & GIS Department IT & GIS DEPT FY2020 Budget Detail IT & GIS DEPT FY2020 IT & GIS Department Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) Increase PT to FT: $30,911 MUNIS Support Specialist: $82,000 1.Upgrade Current Comcast Service: $17,016 2.Department Vehicle: $20,000 3.Professional Services: $163,000 Capital Items 1.Network Infrastructure: $250,000 2.Replace Town Computers & Printers: $50,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. IT & GIS DEPT FY2020 Budget Human Resources Department FY2019 Human Resources Dept Review •Mission: The Human Resources Department is committed to providing Town of Nantucket municipal employees a safe, equitable, positive and productive work environment. We strive to empower our employees to offer exceptional customer service to our community through our leadership in all areas of recruitment, hiring, benefits, employee relations, training and development. Human Resources Dept FY2020 Human Resources Dept Overview •Priorities –Further centralization of the Human Resources function –Recruitment of qualified candidates to fill open positions –Compliance with State and Federal laws/ requirements –Collective Bargaining –Leverage technology to further improve efficiencies and data analysis –Expand professional development and supervisory training opportunities –Implementation of the Novak Group staffing study (2018) –Development of succession planning for key leadership positions Human Resources Dept FY2020 Budget Human Resources Dept Human Resources Dept 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 168,411$ 199,056$ 232,248$ 17,876$ 199,905$ 17.4%287,600$ 300,200$ 12,600$ 4.4% Medicare P/R Tax 2,442 2,649 3,368 259 2,820 17.4%4,180 4,200 20 0.5% Prof Services 22,043 34,052 49,626 7,635 35,240 50.0%50,500 130,500 80,000 158.4% Travel Expenses 990 283 1,342 - 871 16.4%10,000 10,000 - 0.0% Supplies 590 1,039 2,459 - 1,363 104.1%1,000 1,000 - 0.0% Equipment - - - - - na - - - na Other 9,961 10,738 10,608 2,393 10,435 3.2%28,700 31,700 3,000 10.5% TOTAL HUMAN RESOURCES 204,437$ 247,817$ 299,650$ 28,164$ 207,411$ 9.9%381,980$ 477,600$ 95,620$ 25.0% Appendix Human Resources Department Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Human Resource Department Human Resources Dept Town Manager Human Resources Director Assistant Human Resources Director Recruitment Coordinator Human Resources Administrator FY2019 Budget Detail Human Resources Dept FY2020 Human Resources Dept Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) 1.Recruitment Coordinator: $65,000 2.Position Reclassification: $6,400 1.MEPA Audit: $30,000 2.OSHA Compliance: $50,000 (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. Human Resources Dept TOWN OF NANTUCKET HUMAN RESOURCES FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20FY19 PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1152 HUMAN RESOURCES 1152 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 168,325$ 199,038$ 232,154$ 199,839 17.4%287,600 300,200 12,600$ 4.4% 1152 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY - - - na - - -$ na 1152 51300 OVERTIME 85 18 94 66 4.7%- - -$ na 1152 51700 LONGEVITY PAY - - - - na - - -$ na 1152 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,442 2,649 3,368 2,820 17.4%4,180 4,200 20$ 0.5% 1152 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HR PERSONNEL EXPENSES 170,853$ 201,706$ 235,616$ 172,237$ 8.6%291,780$ 304,400$ 12,620$ 4% OPERATING EXPENSE 1152 HUMAN RESOURCES 1152 52416 COPIER 2,590 2,998 3,293 2,960 12.8%2,700 3,700 1,000$ 37.0% 1152 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 22,043 34,052 49,626 35,240 50.0%50,500 130,500 80,000$ 158.4% 1152 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 6,591 6,558 6,490 6,546 (0.8%)23,000 25,000 2,000$ 8.7% 1152 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - - - na 2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1152 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 109 - - 36 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1152 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 590 849 2,459 1,299 104.1%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1152 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - 190 - 63 na - - -$ na 1152 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 285 115 1,342 581 117.0%5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1152 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 705 167 - 291 (100.0%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1152 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 672 1,182 825 893 10.8%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1152 57807 OTHER:RECRUITING EXPENSES - - - - na - - -$ na 1152 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HR OPERATING EXPENSES 33,584$ 46,111$ 64,034$ 35,174$ 17.4%90,200$ 173,200$ 83,000$ 92% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01152 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 2 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 1 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 3 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VACANT DIRECTOR OF LABOR RELATIONS 40.00 SLHR Contract 07/30/19 60,400 0 0 0 0 0 60,400 PERRY, A.DIRECTOR OF HR 40.00 SLHI Non-union 11/28/19 104,000 0 0 0 0 0 104,000 SMITH-JONES, M.HR GENERALIST 40.00 SLHA Non-union 07/11/19 54,200 0 0 0 0 0 54,200 MALAVASE, M. BENEFITS COORDINATOR 40.00 SLHB Non-union 07/11/19 70,600 0 0 0 0 0 70,600 FY20 RECOMMENDATION BELOW MALAVASE, M. ASSITANT HR DIRECTOR 6,400 6,400 VACANT RECRUITMENT COORDINATOR 40.00 Non-union 65,000 0 0 0 0 0 65,000 REMOVE- DEFUND DIRECTOR OF LABOR RELATIONS -60,400 289,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 289,200 4,200 293,400 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Human Resources Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Budget Planning and Land Use Services Department FY2019 PLUS Department Review •Mission: To coordinate building related permit granting authorities in a single location, prioritizing customer service, providing for internal communication, and improving accountability in a professional environment. •Goals: ➢Continue to improve efficiency in the processing and issuing of permits. ➢Training and education of staff, promotion of inter-divisional knowledge. ➢Broaden access and responsiveness of staff to public. ➢Achieve operational efficiencies. ➢Expand professional staff. •Initiatives and Accomplishments: ➢Reorganized Historic District Commission support staff structure. ➢Improved response time and quality of HDC inspections. ➢Incorporated Energy Office into PLUS structure. ➢Refurbished portions of the 2 Fairgrounds Road office building to improve the public meeting spaces. ➢Began early Town Meeting warrant preparation and review. PLUS Department FY2020 PLUS Department Overview •Priorities ➢Focus on improvement of the Building Division operations, practices, and administration. ➢Fill vacant Land Use Specialist position to provide additional support to the HDC. ➢Update the 2009 Master Plan. ➢Continue to improve cross training and skill level of administrative staff. ➢Refine customer service delivery in all divisions. ➢Implement more effective enforcement measures. •Significant Changes Year-to-Year ➢Additional staff proposed for the Planning and Building Divisions to enhance service to the public. •Key Issues ➢Inadequate staffing to complete long-term planning activities, as well as meet day to day demands. Additional staff are needed to support Building, Planning, and HDC related operations. PLUS Department FY2020 Budget PLUS Department PLUS Department 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 1,352,777$ 1,366,207$ 1,430,557$ 115,388$ 1,383,180$ 2.8%1,583,342$ 1,821,625$ 238,283$ 15.0% Costs of Payroll Shown in 3C Grant (Fund 25)124,670 124,670 124,670 124,670 124,670 0.0%124,670 117,900 0.95 (5.4%) Overtime 9,470 18,587 35,414 1,745 21,157 93.4%8,000 20,000 12,000 150.0% Medicare P/R Tax 18,319 18,462 20,143 1,698 18,975 4.9%23,690 26,540 2,850 12.0% Medical Insurance - - - - - na - - - na Rep & Maint 32,154 56,557 33,600 240 40,770 2.2%15,000 15,000 - 0.0% Prof Services 24,694 77,533 37,795 - 46,674 23.7%10,000 10,000 - 0.0% Prof Services- Planning Board 4,283 - 75 - 1,453 (86.8%)- - - na Prof Services- Yard Sales 105,023 86,486 45,786 425 79,098 (34.0%)90,000 90,000 - 0.0% Supplies 21,735 34,120 51,048 656 35,634 53.3%28,000 28,000 - 0.0% Travel 37,760 40,992 39,025 4,042 39,259 1.7%39,700 39,700 - 0.0% Other 109,407 99,147 102,483 4,813 103,679 (3.2%)139,300 139,300 - 0.0% Less: 3C Grant Operating Expense (56,079) (49,240) - - (35,106) (100.0%)(50,000) (50,000) - 0.0% Less: 3C Grant Payroll Costs (Fund 25)(124,670) (124,670) (124,670) (124,670) (124,670) 0.0%(124,670) (117,900) (1) (5.4%) TOTAL PLUS DEPT & REVOLVING FUNDS 1,659,545$ 1,748,850$ 1,795,927$ 129,008$ 1,642,977$ 7.2%1,887,032$ 2,140,165$ 253,133$ 13% Appendix PLUS Department Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –PLUS Department PLUS Department FY 2020 Budget Detail PLUS Department FY2020 PLUS Dep’t Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) 1.Overtime: $12,000 (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. PLUS Department TOWN OF NANTUCKET PLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 01174 43203 FILING FEES (94,896)$ (112,763) (102,386) (103,348) 3.9%(95,000) (95,000)$ -$ 0.0% 01174 43274 INSPECTION FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 01174 43702 MISC SALES - - - - na - - -$ na 01174 48450 BOUNCED CHECKS 3,478 3,478 na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT REVENUES (94,896)$ (112,763)$ (98,908)$ (97,939)$ 14.4%(95,000)$ (95,000)$ -$ 0% 1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT 01249 43207 INSP FEE RESTAURANT (10,975) (13,050) (12,325) (12,117) 6.0%(5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% 01249 43208 BLDG INSP FEES LODG HSE (9,850) (9,400) (10,350) (9,867) 2.5%(6,500) (6,500) -$ 0.0% 01249 43209 BLDG INSP FEE PUBLIC BLDG (8,675) (6,573) (8,375) (7,874) (1.7%)(6,000) (6,000) -$ 0.0% 01249 43213 PLUMBING INSPECTION FEES (175,645) (165,545) (168,147) (169,779) (2.2%)(150,000) (150,000) -$ 0.0% 01249 43214 WIRING INSPECTION FEES (205,555) (203,368) (186,070) (198,331) (4.9%)(185,000) (185,000) -$ 0.0% 01249 43702 INSPECTORS MISC SALES (9,578) (6,007) (7,245) (7,610) (13.0%)- - -$ na 01249 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (2,500) (250) (725) (1,158) (46.1%)- - -$ na 01249 44500 BUILDING PERMITS (1,219,361) (1,222,855) (1,166,167) (1,202,794) (2.2%)(1,100,000) (1,115,000) 15,000$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPT GF REVENUES (1,642,139)$ (1,627,048)$ (1,559,404)$ (1,514,945)$ 12.9%(1,452,500)$ (1,467,500)$ 15,000$ 0% 1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION DEPARTMENT 01691 43203 FILING FEES (182,859) (294,592) (279,865) (252,439) 23.7%(215,000) (215,000) -$ 0.0% 01691 43702 HDC -GUIDE BOOKS & COPIES (54) - - (18) (100.0%)- - -$ na 01691 47708 HDC VIOLATION FEE - - - - na - - -$ na 01691 49000 REFUNDS - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION GF REVENUES (182,913)$ (294,592)$ (279,865)$ (226,756)$ 20.5%(215,000)$ (215,000)$ -$ 0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET PLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 01174 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 644,676 740,181 834,146 739,667 13.7%916,900 1,136,600 219,700$ 24.0% 01174 51300 OVERTIME 8,230 14,747 26,024 16,334 77.8%8,000 15,000 7,000$ 87.5% 01174 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 1,707 1,932 971 1,536 (24.6%)1,564 1,043 (521)$ (33.3%) 01174 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 8,931 5,749 5,924 6,868 (18.6%)9,802 8,685 (1,117)$ (11.4%) 01174 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 10,039 11,324 12,573 11,312 11.9%14,800 16,740 1,940$ 13.1% 01174 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT PERSONNEL EXPENSES673,582$ 773,933$ 879,638$ 718,095$ 4.6%951,066$ 1,178,068$ 227,002$ 24% 1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT 01249 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 574,121 590,165 521,995 562,093 (4.6%)618,300 638,321 20,021$ 3.2% 01249 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY 6,275 7,213 55,375 22,954 197.1%22,500 22,500 -$ 0.0% 01249 51300 OVERTIME 1,167 3,840 9,390 4,799 183.7%- 5,000 5,000$ na 01249 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 2,091 2,086 1,931 2,036 (3.9%)2,086 2,086 (0)$ (0.0%) 01249 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 7,874 10,007 10,215 9,365 13.9%12,190 12,390 200$ 1.6% 01249 51961 MEDICARE P/R TX 6,726 7,009 7,570 7,102 6.1%8,890 9,800 910$ 10.2% 01249 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL EXPENSE 598,254$ 620,319$ 606,476$ 567,806$ 13.1%663,966$ 690,097$ 26,131$ 4% 1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 01691 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 102,362 8,832 - 37,064 (100.0%)- - -$ na 01691 51300 OVERTIME 73 - - 24 (100.0%)- - -$ na 01691 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 523 44 - 189 (100.0%)- - -$ na 01691 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 4,219 - - 1,406 (100.0%)- - -$ na 01691 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,554 129 - 561 (100.0%)- - -$ na SUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION PERSONNEL EXPENSES 108,731$ 9,005$ -$ 75,406$ (71.2%)-$ -$ -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET PLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 OPERATING EXPENSE 1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 1174 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP 12,751 11,925 9,113 11,263 (15.5%)13,000 13,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 376 2,130 635 1,047 30.0%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 52700 RENTALS/LEASES 16,830 16,500 17,903 17,077 3.1%16,900 16,900 -$ 0.0% 1174 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER 179 1,386 515 693 69.7%400 400 -$ 0.0% 1174 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 24,694 77,171 37,795 46,553 23.7%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 65,460 51,863 57,974 58,432 (5.9%)95,000 95,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 6,114 3,790 5,583 5,162 (4.4%)4,500 4,500 -$ 0.0% 1174 53161 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-YARD SALES 105,023 86,486 45,786 79,098 (34.0%)90,000 90,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 53174 PROFESSIONAL SVCS - PBOARD 4,283 - 75 1,453 (86.8%)- - -$ na 1174 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - 480 1,903 794 na - - -$ na 1174 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 11,888 12,759 12,899 12,515 4.2%13,000 13,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 19,087 30,059 47,721 32,289 58.1%26,000 26,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 1,778 2,703 1,821 2,101 1.2%2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1174 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS (56,079) (49,240) - (35,106) (100.0%)(50,000) (50,000) -$ 0.0% 1174 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 10,158 3,158 8,843 7,386 (6.7%)12,000 12,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 57102 IN-STATE:MILEAGE/CAR ALLW 122 - - 41 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1174 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 6,612 250 5,151 4,004 (11.7%)6,000 6,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL 2,224 11,167 7,298 6,896 81.2%4,700 4,700 -$ 0.0% 1174 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 5,136 4,885 4,361 4,794 (7.8%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1174 58501 ADD EQ: NEW EQUIP 19,027 1,235 1,500 7,254 (71.9%)- - -$ na 1174 58502 ADD EQ:OFFICE FURNITURE 76 1,695 2,013 1,261 413.9%- - -$ na 1174 58503 ADD EQ: VEHICLES - 41,152 22,195 21,116 na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT OPERATING EXPENSES255,738$ 311,551$ 291,084$ 250,322$ 30.2%251,000$ 251,000$ -$ 0% 1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT 1249 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na 1249 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE - 115 157 91 na - - -$ na 1249 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 363 - 121 na - - -$ na 1249 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 18 - - 6 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1249 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - 254 289 181 na - - -$ na 1249 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 2,572 1,722 1,025 1,773 (36.9%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1249 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 975 4,002 - 1,659 (100.0%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1249 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 16,588 25,152 17,426 19,722 2.5%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET PLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1249 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 858 1,265 307 810 (40.2%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1249 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL 1,199 - - 400 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1249 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 1,030 1,260 1,427 1,239 17.7%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1249 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - 389 - 130 na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPT OPERATING EXPENSES 23,240$ 34,523$ 20,632$ 20,440$ 211.6%21,000$ 21,000$ -$ 0% 1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION (NOW IN PLANNING BUDGET) 1691 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - - - na - - -$ na 1691 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION OPERATING EXPENSES -$ -$ -$ 3,857$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 29174 State Grant Number of Positions in Department Full-time 1 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee BURNS, T TRANS PLANNER 35.00 PL11 SC Step 8 07/01/19 110,900 0 0 521 0 0 111,421 VORCE, A DIRECTOR 4.00 PL01 CONTRACT 02/01/19 14,400 0 0 0 0 0 14,400 125,300 0 0 0 521 0 0 0 0 125,821 1,830 127,651 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Fund 25 / Planning Office Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01174 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 12 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacant - Funded 4 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 16 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VORCE, A DIRECTOR 40.00 PL01 Contract 02/01/19 145,600 0 0 0 0 0 145,600 10% of Salary Charged to Fund 25/Planning Office (4.00)(14,400)0 0 0 0 0 (14,400) SNELL, L DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PLANNING 40.00 PL05 Contract 07/08/19 132,100 0 0 0 0 0 132,100 BURNS, T TRANS PLANNER 35.00 PL11 SC Step 8 07/01/19 110,900 4,457 0 521 0 0 115,878 100% of Salary Charged to Fund 25/Planning Office (35.00)(110,900)0 0 (521)0 0 (111,421) ANTONIETTI, E.LAND USE SPECIALIST 35.00 PL20 SA Step 2 07/11/19 76,100 1,400 0 0 0 0 77,500 BACKUS, H.LAND USE SPECIALIST 35.00 PL07 SA Step 1 07/01/19 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 ANCERO, C.ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL20 S2 Step 8 07/01/19 70,700 2,828 0 0 0 0 73,528 HEDDEN,J.LAND USE SPECIALIST 35.00 PL20 SA Step 1 02/21/20 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 FLYNN, C.ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL07 S2 Step 1 10/03/19 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 O'BRIEN, J.ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL07 S2 Step 1 02/15/20 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 HOLLAND, H.HOUSING SPECIALIST 35.00 PL13 SB Step 1 07/03/19 81,900 0 0 0 0 0 81,900 TRUDEL,M ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL10 SB Step 1 07/01/20 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 MCCARTHY, K ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL10 SB Step 1 07/01/19 57,500 0 0 521 0 0 58,021 STONE, C ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL10 SB Step 1 07/01/19 118,500 0 0 0 0 0 118,500 VACANT Not Funded Minute Taker 20.00 S1 Step 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 VACANT SENIOR PLANNER 35.00 SC STEP 1 84,000 0 0 0 0 0 84,000 VACANT - Funded HDC Inspector 35.00 SA 07/01/20 62,900 0 0 521 0 0 63,421 1,136,600 8,685 0 1,043 0 0 0 8,000 1,154,328 16,740 1,171,068 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Planning and Land Use Services Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01249 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 6 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 5 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 11 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VACANT BUILDING COMMISSIONER 40.00 BU01 DHB Step 9 01/00/00 136,521 0 0 521 0 0 137,042 NOLL, A.LOCAL INSPECTOR 35.00 BU03 SC Step 8 09/04/19 129,000 6,530 0 1,564 0 0 137,094 BENNETT, D.PLUMBING INSPECTOR 35.00 BU10 SC Step 1 09/23/19 91,600 1,830 0 0 0 0 93,430 HULL,G WIRING INSPECTOR 35.00 BU09 SC Step 1 06/11/20 90,200 0 0 0 0 0 90,200 SILVERSTEIN, M ZONING OFFICER 35.00 BA02 SB Step 8 07/01/19 100,800 4,030 0 0 0 0 104,830 BARRY, J.LOCAL BUILDING INSPECTOR 35.00 BU07 SC Step 1 07/01/19 90,200 0 0 0 0 0 90,200 TEMP INSP (MAX 5)TEMP INSPECTORS 15 Hrs / 10 Wks BU30 TW Article 7 N/A 22,500 0 0 0 0 0 22,500 638,321 22,500 12,390 0 2,086 0 0 0 0 675,297 9,800 685,097 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Building Department / Inspectors Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) FY2020 Budget Natural Resources FY2019 Natural Resources Review •Mission Our mission is to preserve, protect or restore Nantucket’s natural resources through responsible active management, research, regulation enforcement, education and outreach to citizens of Nantucket. •Goals: See attached strategic plan Natural Resources FY2019 Natural Resources Review •Selected Initiatives and Accomplishments –Developed Pond Management Principles, held first public pond forum –Completed first full season at the Brant Point Shellfish Hatchery –Continued release of larval shellfish and seed sized shellfish (Madaket Admiralty and Nantucket Land Council) –Continued water quality sampling (all water bodies staying the same or improving) –Completed construction oyster reef in Shimmo Pond; currently evaluating results –Continued the Shell Recycling Program –Continued the Commercial Fertilizer Licensing Program and work with of the Fertilizer Advisory Committee –Worked with Quidnet/Squam homeowners on a study of Sesachacha Pond –Warden monitored recreational and commercial shellfish season –Conservation Commission processed in excess of 100 applications during the calendar year –Administration of the Aquaculture program –Continuation of the Protected Species Program –Completed improved pond openings Natural Resources FY2020 Natural Resources Overview •Priorities –Continued restoration of the native bay scallop population/development of shellfish production plan –Development through collaboration of Coastal Resiliency Plan –Improved watershed level planning –Continued development of the Oyster Restoration Program –Enhancement of water quality program and its relation to TMDL management/assessment –Eelgrass/habitat assessments –Administration of the Wetlands Protection Act and Town Wetlands Bylaw –Development of a Pond Management Plan –Natural resources regulation enforcement (shellfish, fertilizer, wetlands) –Enhancing public outreach and educational component •Significant Changes Year-to-Year –Continued program demands and expansion –Better integration of Nantucket and Madaket Harbors Action plan, Estuary Plans, Shellfish and Coastal Management Plans –Continued enhancement of water quality program •Key Issues –Equipment and equipment maintenance –Brant Point Hatchery Enhancement –Pond Management –Website development/public outreach and education Natural Resources FY2020 Budget Natural Resources Natural Resources 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20FY19 FY20FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 450,731$ 484,962$ 477,120$ 47,160$ 470,938 2.9%557,190$ 692,305$ 135,115$ 24.2% Overtime 3,153 4,041 3,623 10 3,606 7.2%500 500 -$ 0.0% Medicare P/R Tax 7,784 9,950 8,634 827 8,789 5.3%9,357 10,107 750$ 8.0% Rep & Maint 8,650 4,600 10,557 727 7,936 10.5%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% Utilities - 2,315 1,738 145 1,351 na 2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0% Prof Services 124,964 152,068 123,390 4,293 133,474 (0.6%)225,937 325,937 100,000$ 44.3% Travel Expenses 316 990 694 - 667 48.1%1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% Supplies 23,297 17,307 9,878 639 16,827 (34.9%)24,123 24,123 -$ 0.0% Equipment 81,899 6,458 36,017 1,957 41,458 (33.7%)36,100 16,100 (20,000)$ (55.4%) Rent/Lease Expenses - - - - - na - - -$ na Other 854 2,273 7,674 - 3,600 199.7%1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0% TOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES 701,649$ 684,966$ 679,325$ 55,759$ 688,646$ 5.0%874,307$ 1,090,172$ 215,865$ 25% Appendix Natural Resources Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Natural Resources Natural Resources Coordinator (Jeff Carlson) Town Biologist/Shellfish Program (Tara Anne Riley) Hatchery Technician (Joe Minella) Assistant Biologist –Field Coordinator (Leah Cabral) Natural Resources Technician –Shellfish Program (2-3 Seasonal) Water Quality Specialist (Vacant) Assistant Biologist –Field Coordinator (Leah Cabral) Natural Resources Technician –Water Quality (1 –Seasonal) Natural Resources Enforcement Officer (JC Johnsen) Protected Species Tech/Assistant Warden (Vincent Murphy) Conservation Agent (Jeff Carlson) Assistant Conservation Agent (Joanne Dodd) Office Administrator (Joanne Dodd) Natural Resources Natural Resources FY2020 Budget Detail FY2020 Natural Resources Dept Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) Resiliency Coordinator: $84,000 Seasonal Increase: $15,000 1.Harbor Plan Update: $100,000 (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. Natural Resources TOWN OF NANTUCKET NATURAL RESOURCES FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20FY19 FY20FY19 REVENUES 1912 NATURAL RESOURCES 1912 43216 CONSERV FEE DETERMINATION (425)$ (475)$ (825)$ (575)$ 39.3%- -$ -$ na 1912 43217 CONSERV FEE N O I (18,131) (16,216) (21,878) (18,742) 9.8%(16,000) (16,000) -$ 0.0% 1912 43229 CON COM COMPLIANCE FEES (1,900) (1,900) (1,675) (1,825) (6.1%)(1,500) (1,500) -$ 0.0% 1912 43251 FERTILIZER LICENSE FEE - - (31,980) (10,660) na (5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES REVENUES (20,456)$ (18,591)$ (56,358)$ (31,802)$ (31.5%)(22,500)$ (22,500)$ -$ 0% SALARIES 1912 NATURAL RESOURCES 1912 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 435,492 467,347 452,420 451,753 1.9%550,300 683,175 132,875$ 24.1% 1912 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL - - - - na - - -$ na 1912 51300 OVERTIME 287 680 2,490 1,152 194.6%- - -$ na 1912 51700 LONGEVITY PAY - - 6,793 2,264 na 6,890 9,130 2,240$ 32.5% 1912 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 15,240 17,615 17,906 16,920 8.4%- - -$ na 1912 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,539 7,042 6,958 6,846 3.1%8,080 8,830 750$ 9.3% 1912 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES PERSONNEL EXPENSES 457,558$ 492,683$ 486,568$ 478,936$ 25.2%565,270$ 701,135$ 135,865$ 24% OPERATING EXPENSE 1912 NATURAL RESOURCES 1912 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 5,533 1,642 5,001 4,059 (4.9%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1912 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 24,852 95,438 68,805 63,032 66.4%121,512 221,512 100,000$ 82.3% 1912 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 384 927 410 574 3.4%500 500 -$ 0.0% 1912 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - 200 67 na 200 200 -$ 0.0% 1912 53160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES- POND OPENINGS 7,380 5,535 16,380 9,765 49.0%19,000 19,000 -$ 0.0% 1912 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1,690 646 797 1,044 (31.3%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1912 57101 IN STATE MISC TRAVEL 316 990 694 667 48.1%1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1912 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 470 40 - 170 (100.0%)100 100 -$ 0.0% 1912 58501 ADD EQUIPMENT: NEW EQUIPMENT 33,959 - 25,511 19,823 (13.3%)20,000 - (20,000)$ (100.0%) na SUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES OPERATING EXPENSES 74,585$ 105,218$ 117,799$ 99,200$ 177.1%169,812$ 249,812$ 80,000$ 47% 27170 CONSERVATION COMMISSION REVOLVER (MGL Chapter 44 Section 53E 1/2) ----------------------------------- 27170 48400 MISC REVENUE (24,000) (21,200) (36,050) (27,083) 22.6%(35,000) (35,000) -$ 0.0% 27170 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL CONSERVATION COMMISSION REVENUE (24,000)$ (21,200)$ (36,050)$ (27,083)$ (22.2%)(35,000)$ (35,000)$ -$ 0% 27170 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 15,511 9,200 1,208 8,639 (72.1%)35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 27170 58501 ADD EQUIPMENT: NEW EQUIPMENT - - - - na - - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET NATURAL RESOURCES FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20FY19 FY20FY19 TOTAL CONSERVATION COMMISSION (8,489)$ (12,000)$ (34,842)$ (18,444)$ (26.0%)-$ -$ -$ na 27250 BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER (MGL Chapter 44 Section 53E 1/2) ----------------------------------- 27250 48400 MISC REVENUE (437,699) (454,925) (357,350) (416,658) (9.6%)(125,000) (125,000) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVENUE (437,699)$ (454,925)$ (357,350)$ (416,658)$ 94.3%(125,000)$ (125,000)$ -$ 0% 27250 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 2,996 77,737 1,623 27,452 (26.4%)36,600 39,225 2,625$ 7.2% 27250 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 17,147 46,299 16,260 26,569 (2.6%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% 27250 51220 SALARY SEASONAL BEACH PATROL 48,354 44,967 61,364 51,561 12.7%- - -$ na 27250 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL 2,606 3,362 1,133 2,367 (34.1%)500 500 -$ 0.0% 27250 51320 OVERTIME: BEACH PATROL 259 - - 86 (100.0%)- - -$ na 27250 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 1,979 4,960 - 2,313 (100.0%)- - -$ na 27250 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS - - - - na - - -$ na 27250 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 1,063 2,753 1,291 1,703 10.2%877 877 -$ 0.0% 27250 52005 BEACH CLEANING - - - - na - - -$ na 27250 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 3,097 2,607 5,556 3,753 34.0%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 27250 52427 REP&MAINT: BEACH PATROL - 352 - 117 na - - -$ na 27250 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 58,282 20,047 23,565 33,965 (36.4%)23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0% 27250 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - 967 322 na 1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 27250 53158 PROF SERVICES - BEACH PATROL - - - - na - - -$ na 27250 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - - - - na - - -$ na 27250 54106 SUPPLIES 21,333 15,677 8,085 15,031 (38.4%)21,123 21,123 -$ 0.0% 27250 54206 EQUIPMENT 4,897 - - 1,632 (100.0%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% 27250 54212 EQUIPMENT: BEACH PATROL - - - - na - - -$ na 27250 54704 SAFETY: UNIFORMS BEACH PATROL - - 6,096 2,032 na - - -$ na 27250 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE - 1,306 - 435 na - - -$ na 27250 58504 ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES 27,554 - - 9,185 (100.0%)- - -$ na SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER (248,131)$ (234,859)$ (231,409)$ (238,133)$ na (1,900)$ 725$ 2,625$ (138%) VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL 1,900$ (725)$ TOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER (248,131)$ (234,859)$ (231,409)$ (238,133)$ na -$ -$ 27289 SHELLFISH PROPAGATION (MGL Chapter 130 Section 54 of the Acts of 1979) 27289 48400 MISC REVENUE (67,069) (70,115) (66,799) (67,994) (0.2%)(60,725) (60,725)$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVENUE (67,069)$ (70,115)$ (66,799)$ (67,994)$ 7.5%(60,725)$ (60,725)$ -$ 0% 27289 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 12,481 10,722 26,531 16,578 45.8%28,000 28,000 -$ 0.0% 27289 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 181 156 385 241 45.8%400 400 -$ 0.0% 27289 52010 ELECTRICAL/FUEL/GAS - 2,315 1,738 1,351 na 2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0% 27289 52020 WATER/SEWER FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 52050 LANDFILL FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 52105 UTILITY:WATER - - - - na - - -$ na TOWN OF NANTUCKET NATURAL RESOURCES FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20FY19 FY20FY19 27289 52106 UTILITY:SEWER - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 52110 OTHER SERVICES - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 21 - - 7 (100.0%)- - -$ na 27289 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 18,938 21,848 13,432 18,073 (15.8%)27,425 27,425 -$ 0.0% 27289 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 54030 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 54115 SUPPLIES LABORATORY 274 984 997 752 90.6%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 27289 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - - - - na - - -$ na 27289 58050 EQUIPMENT 15,489 6,458 10,506 10,818 (17.6%)1,100 1,100 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVOLVER (19,684)$ (27,632)$ (13,211)$ (20,176)$ 27.2%-$ -$ -$ na VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL -$ -$ TOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVOLVER (19,684)$ (27,632)$ (13,211)$ (20,176)$ 27.2%-$ -$ FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01912 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 8 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies (Approved to fill)0 New Positions Requested 0.0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 8.0 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee CARLSON, J.NATURAL RESOURCES COORDINATOR 37.50 MA19 SC Step8 07/08/19 118,800 3,570 0 0 0 0 122,370 JOHNSEN, J.SHELLFISH WARDEN 37.50 MA08 SB Step8 05/16/20 100,800 2,020 0 0 0 0 102,820 RILEY, T.TOWN BIOLOGIST 35.00 MA10 SB Step8 07/01/19 100,800 2,020 0 0 0 0 102,820 CABRAL,L.ASSISTANT BIOLOGIST 35.00 MA04 SA Step1 07/08/19 76,100 1,520 0 0 0 0 77,620 SHAW, K.WATER QUALITY SPECIALIST 35.00 MA04 SA Step1 07/08/19 74,600 0 0 0 0 0 74,600 DODD, J.ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 35.00 MA22 S2 Step1 12/26/19 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 MINELLA,J HATCHERY TECHNICIAN 35.00 MA27 S2 Step1 06/26/20 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 MURPHY,V ASSIST SHELLFISH WARDEN/PROTECTED SPECIES 35.00 MA14 S1 Step1 02/15/20 52,300 0 0 0 0 0 52,300 NET BUDGET: 75% paid by beach improvement revolver (27251)(39,225)(39,225) Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)599,175 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)9,130 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Overtime, Seasonal (enter on Munis 514xx)0 Salary Subtotal 608,305 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)8,830 Total Personnel Services 617,135 Natural Resources FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27250 BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER MGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2 Number of Positions in Department Apportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 0 Part-time 0 Seasonal 1 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 1 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee ORG: 27250 MURPHY,V ASSIST SHELLFISH WARDEN/PROTECTED SPECIES40.00 MA14 S1 Step1 02/15/20 39,225 39,225 ORG:27250 Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)39,225 Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0 Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0 Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0 Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0 Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0 Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0 Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal 39,225 Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)570 Total Personnel Services 39,795 27250 BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER FY2020 Budget Department of Culture & Tourism FY2019 Dep’t of Culture & Tourism Review Mission: The mission of the Department of Culture and Tourism is promote tourism and positive on-island experiences for residents and visitors; foster growth of the Island’s cultural community; and initiate collaborations between cultural organizations and businesses; and support the enhancement of municipal infrastructure projects that enhance visitors’ and residents’ experiences. Goals: •Work with & support other Town department initiatives focused on improving visitor experience and strengthening community assets that support visitor experience. •Continued development of tourist information to provide relevant, updated, and accurate information. •Work with cultural organizations and businesses to develop winter and off-season activities for residents. •Continued development of the Cultural District designation. •Participate in discussion and development of infrastructure projects that enhance visitors’ and residents’ experience of the island’s attractions and resources •Link other Town departmental activities with visitor information (e.g., water quality, recycling, littering) •Continue developing working relationship with civic and business groups DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM Initiatives and Accomplishments Highlights: •Fourth of July activities nominated as “Best Nantucket Summer Activity” in Nantucket Today –second year. •Expanded and reviewed effectiveness of visitor staff services at Airport and Greenhound. •New signage created to reflect new Department Logo, installed at Straight Wharf and 25 Federal. •Revised and updated Travel & Lodging brochure; added a new download button on the website which has been highly used. •Developed Cultural Legacy Program to promote significant anniversaries of key town non-profits and historic figures and events (FY18: Maria Mitchell and Frederick Douglass). •Continued participation in the Nantucket Cultural District with addition of Spring Arts Week (April) and continuation of Fall Arts Week (October). •Added a Cultural Activities Survey to the annual survey to determine year-round residents interests and discussed results with island’s cultural organizations. •Organized a Job Fair at the high school with the Student Council. •Finalized guidelines for art installations at the Sparks Avenue Roundabout. •Assisted various Town departments with initiatives such as: preparation for visit with Moody’s accrediting agency; installation of new bike bollards in the vicinity of 25 Federal Street with input from Transportation Planner; Department of Public Health’s summer outreach around sun protection; campaign with Town Administration for reduction in water balloons at the Fourth of July water fight and use of plastic straws; staffing Strategic Planning activities of the Select Board including parking demand management. FY2019 Dep’t of Culture & Tourism Review (cont’d) DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 Dep’t of Culture & Tourism Overview Priorities •Provide up-to-date, relevant, and accessible information to tourists and residents. •Identify and foster collaborations for economic development within the Nantucket Cultural District designation between cultural organizations and businesses. •Provide and support the further development of amenities needed by tourists and residents such as bathrooms, water refilling stations, wayfinding signage, parking, bike racks, and island-wide transportation. •Incorporate visitor experience perspective in infrastructure and transportation planning projects. •Enhance downtown’s role as a gateway for visitors to the island and a nexus for activity for residents. •Collect, analyze, & distribute data on tourists and the tourism industry on Nantucket in collaboration with other community efforts & Town depts. •Serve as an advocate both within the town government and within the community for balancing events, activities, and visitation throughout a longer and extended season in order to benefit all. •Deepen partnership with the Chamber on key community & tourist events and issues. DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 Dep’t of Culture & Tourism Overview Significant Changes Year-to-Year These priorities reflect the continuing development of the department from Visitor Services to Department of Culture and Tourism. Key Issues •Provide resources to encourage winter season programs in the Cultural District •Expand travel and professional development funds to staff to examine tourism best practices and identify appropriate cultural economic development initiatives. •Special Event Support will include funds to support significant cultural anniversaries on Nantucket (e.g., Herman Melville, Essex sailing, NHA 125th, Town of Nantucket 360th) •Create a “mobile kiosk” to serve visitors in ‘Sconset, Madaket, and at beaches and tourist attractions and events •Identify and support programs and projects that meet visitor needs (water stations, luggage storage, bike racks) Compensation Level Start Second Season Third Season Fourth Season FY17 A-Hourly $15.00 $16.00 $17.00 $18.00 FY18 A-Hourly $15.50 $16.50 $17.50 $18.50 DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 Budget Dep’t of Culture & Tourism Dep’t DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) BUDGET ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 273,045$ 302,828$ 281,073$ 244,387$ 29,962$ 276,096$ (10.2%)288,020$ 290,980$ 2,960$ 1.0% Overtime - 660 1,001 617 606 760$ (3.3%)- - -$ na Medicare P/R Tax 4,000 4,416 4,536 3,540 446 4,164$ (10.5%)4,180 4,220 40$ 1.0% Repair And Maintenance 2,500 922 804 986 - 904$ 3.4%2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% Prof Services 38,500 39,201 37,043 21,286 683 32,510$ (26.3%)24,500 24,500 -$ 0.0% Utilities 3,500 2,224 2,803 2,679 252 2,568$ 9.7%9,000 4,600 (4,400)$ (48.9%) Marketing & Advertising 11,000 8,316 2,421 16,153 954 8,963$ 39.4%11,500 11,500 -$ 0.0% Travel Expenses 500 1,110 1,455 3,235 - 1,933$ 70.7%6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0% Supplies 3,900 6,057 4,216 8,142 2,711 6,139$ 15.9%12,400 12,400 -$ 0.0% Fireworks 47,500 44,925 44,925 46,500 47,250 45,450$ 1.7%47,500 48,000 500$ 1.1% Special Events/Function 23,700 19,754 24,538 25,403 11,245 23,232$ 13.4%22,200 30,200 8,000$ 36.0% Other 18,000 3,418 13,502 25,323 - 14,081$ 172.2%17,600 27,000 9,400$ 53.4% TOTAL CULTURE & TOURISM 426,145$ 433,831$ 418,319$ 398,250$ 94,108$ 391,622$ 13.9%445,900$ 462,400$ 16,500$ 3.7% Appendix Department of Culture & Tourism Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Department of Culture & Tourism Visitor Services Coordinator Culture & Tourism Director Seasonal Information Aides (12) (25 Federal, Straight Wharf Kiosk, Airport, Greenhound) Children’s Beach Seasonal Coordinator (1) DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2019 Budget Detail DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 Culture & Tourism Dep’t Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) Water Stations: $13,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1620 CULTURE & TOURISM 1620 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 221,104$ 209,138$ 172,524$ 200,922 (11.7%)189,300 192,000$ 2,700$ 1.4% 1620 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 70,012 68,890 68,563 69,155 (1.0%)94,500 94,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 51300 OVERTIME 660 1,001 617 760 (3.3%)- - -$ na 1620 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL - - - - na - - -$ na 1620 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 11,712 3,044 3,300 6,019 (46.9%)4,220 4,480 260$ 6.2% 1620 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 4,416 4,536 3,540 4,164 (10.5%)4,180 4,220 40$ 1.0% 1620 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL CULTURE & TOURISM PERSONNEL EXPENSES 307,904$ 286,611$ 248,544$ 282,409$ 6.5%292,200$ 295,200$ 3,000$ 1.0% OPERATING EXPENSE 1620 CULTURE & TOURISM 1620 52107 UTILITY: LANDFILL -$ -$ -$ - na - -$ -$ na 1620 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING - - - - na - - -$ na 1620 52416 COPIER - 1,194 2,090 1,095 na 1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0% 1620 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER 400 265 - 222 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1620 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 39,201 37,043 21,286 32,510 (26.3%)24,500 24,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 53103 GENERAL: ADVERTISING - 13,802 6,901 na 9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% 1620 53110 GENERAL: PRINTING 1,829 12,456 23,488 12,591 258.3%9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0% 1620 53112 TRAVEL & LODGING BROCHURE 8,316 2,421 2,350 4,363 (46.8%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 1,770 2,053 1,160 1,661 (19.1%)2,600 2,600 -$ 0.0% 1620 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 454 - - 151 (100.0%)500 500 -$ 0.0% 1620 53404 COMM:INTERNET - 749 1,519 756 na 1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 6,057 2,452 1,374 3,295 (52.4%)4,400 4,400 -$ 0.0% 1620 54210 REP&MAINT:GENERAL 922 804 986 904 3.4%2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES - 570 4,679 1,750 na 6,200 6,200 -$ 0.0% 1620 54701 UNIFORMS 781 67 1,606 818 43.4%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1620 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 158 270 229 219 20.5%1,050 1,050 -$ 0.0% 1620 55801 RESERVE: SPECIAL EVENTS 4,397 3,561 3,290 3,749 (13.5%)6,700 6,700 -$ 0.0% 1620 55804 FIREWORKS 44,925 44,925 46,500 45,450 1.7%47,500 48,000 500$ 1.1% 1620 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 1,110 1,455 2,235 1,600 41.9%4,000 4,000 -$ 0.0% 1620 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS, PROF GA - - 1,000 333 na 2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0% 1620 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 250 445 - 232 (100.0%)2,950 2,950 -$ 0.0% 1620 57902 SPEC FUNC:BAND CONCERTS 6,075 6,925 5,250 6,083 (7.0%)7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0% 1620 57903 SPEC FUNC:HALLOWEEN - - 2,000 667 na - - -$ na 1620 57904 SPEC FUNC:4TH OF JULY 2,637 6,639 5,814 5,030 48.5%8,500 8,500 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPT OF CULTURE & TOURISM FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1620 57905 SPEC FUNC:SEASONAL ACTVTY 6,645 7,413 9,049 7,703 16.7%- 8,000 8,000$ na 1620 58501 ADD NEW: EQUIPMENT - - - - na 8,000 13,000 5,000$ 62.5% 1620 58503 ADD NEW: VEHICLE - - - - na - - -$ na 1620 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL CULTURE & TOURISM OPERATING EXPENSES 125,928$ 131,708$ 149,706$ 109,212$ 37.2%153,700$ 167,200$ 13,500$ 8.8% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01620 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 2 Part-time Seasonal 13 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 15 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee SCHULTE, J.DIRECTOR 40.00 VS03 NON-UNION 08/07/18 102,500 0 0 0 0 0 102,500 SHARPE, D ADMINISTRATOR 40.00 VS02 S3 Step 9 05/11/19 89,500 4,480 0 0 0 0 93,980 VACANT - (13) SEASONAL AIDES 25HRS / 15 WKS VS75 TW Article 7, 2nd Sea N/A 94,500 0 0 0 0 0 94,500 192,000 94,500 4,480 0 0 0 0 0 0 290,980 4,220 295,200 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Culture & Tourism Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Budget Department of Public Works •Engineering/Information Technology/GIS/Permits •Central Fleet Management •Public Facilities •Operations •Recycling/Solid waste FY2019 Public Works Review Mission ➢The mission of the Nantucket Department of Public Works is to provide and maintain Public Services necessary for the economy, growth and quality of life for the citizens and visitors to Nantucket. Goals ➢Maintain/improve and preserve public infrastructure in safe and functional condition. ➢Create a proactive environment for the delivery of superior services. ➢Improve the quality and aesthetic resources of the Town’s infrastructure such as: buildings, roads and multi-use paths, storm drains, signs and pavement markings, parks/fields/cemeteries, and trees/vegetation, while optimizing life-cycle costs. Initiatives and Accomplishments ➢Using an updated and robust work order system to create a schedule for maintenance activities: Mowing, brush cutting, bridge repair, road grading, painting, storm drain cleaning and maintenance, solid waste/recycling pick-up, pothole repair, etc. to promote efficiency and cost savings. ➢Defined work teams with in-field connected tablets to avoid multiple conflicting demands on staff and improve effectiveness. ➢Enhanced coordination with PLUS, Water/Sewer to create a cohesive capital program for road/bike/pedestrian initiatives. ➢DPW staff entered and responded to 3,325 work orders in FY18 along with other regularly scheduled duties. This represents an increase of 7% over the previous year. This system has been in use since 2014. ➢Deputy Directors (Operations & Facilities) and Fleet Manager positions were filled to provide strategic leadership, project management, and engineering support to the department. ➢Initiated several stormwater related efforts to continue condition assessments, analysis, planning & construction of system improvements with the goal of improving water quality town-wide. DPW FY2020 Public Works Overview Priorities Support the Board of Selectmen’s Strategic Plan priorities of Transportation, Environment, and Housing Operate, maintain, and improve the Town’s critical assets including but not limited to: public roads, sidewalks, multi-use paths, trees/vegetation, parks/fields, buildings/facilities, vehicle and equipment fleet, storm water system, parking lots, signs and pavement markings, beaches, solid waste/recycling program, landfill, household hazardous waste program, bridges, mosquito control program, accessibility services,snow/ice operations, cemeteries, and special events. Coordinate with residents, local, state, and federal agencies as well as countless organizations, manage permits, contracts, record-keeping, and various administrative functions. Significant Changes Year-to-Year DPW responsibilities are somewhat consistent year-to-year, however weather and storm impacts create the biggest changes in the DPW’s annual functions and priorities. Sidewalk improvement projects in the historic downtown have accelerated and will be followed by cobblestone reconstruction. The DPW continues using a systematic approach to analysis of major infrastructure needs. Key Issues Staffing, funding, and resources are needed to accommodate repairs and replacement of assets and infrastructure nearing the end of its service life AND increasing expectations on DPW for greater levels of service delivery. ➢DPW Garage Facility is needed to protect the vehicle and equipment fleet from the elements. ➢Significant staff increases to support mission critical service delivery. ➢Continued collaboration between PLUS/DPW to plan/design/construct roadway/sidewalk/shared use paths is important. ➢Town-wide assessment of stormwater infrastructure is needed to identify and prioritize repairs/replacement. ➢Town-wide assessment of town-owned facilities is needed to identify and prioritize repairs/replacement. ➢Town-wide assessment of trees/vegetation is needed to identify and prioritize maintenance/removals/replacements. ➢Long-term planning for the Solid Waste/Recycling and Cemetery programs is needed. ➢Expanded Data collection of town-owned assets is needed to identify location/condition, etc. to prioritize repair/replacement. ➢Prioritize improvements/expansion of Town-owned housing facilities to support our staff and their families. ➢Leveraging technology to improve operational efficiency will maximize addition of new staff. DPW FY2020 Budget DPW DPW 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 1,977,443$ 2,015,472$ 1,930,370$ 195,189$ 1,974,428$ (1.2%)2,434,180$ 2,647,080$ 212,900$ 8.7% Overtime 183,767 180,739 138,531 18,364 167,679 (13.2%)97,500 107,500 10,000$ 10.3% Medicare P/R Tax 31,374 31,845 30,072 3,097 31,097 (2.1%)37,520 40,310 2,790$ 7.4% Rep & Maint 315,882 161,811 227,265 12,384 234,986 (15.2%)332,000 372,000 40,000$ 12.0% Safety/Protective Clothing 13,206 22,710 23,050 567 19,655 32.1%11,000 20,000 9,000$ 81.8% Prof Services 94,929 208,174 157,529 24,361 153,544 28.8%395,381 299,391 (95,990)$ (24.3%) Property Expenses 68,850 51,645 32,767 132 51,087 (31.0%)80,200 80,200 -$ 0.0% Sign Making Materials 15,874 25,365 18,652 - 19,964 8.4%21,500 21,500 -$ 0.0% DPW:Road Materials 18,294 25,804 7,819 - 17,306 (34.6%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% Special Function Expenses 3,665 2,947 5,189 - 3,933 19.0%4,800 4,800 -$ 0.0% Fair Expense 10,347 11,299 21,844 - 14,497 45.3%16,000 16,000 -$ 0.0% Supplies 6,717 10,700 8,058 266 8,492 9.5%23,500 23,500 -$ 0.0% Equipment/Office Furniture 20,985 60,000 36,047 1,046 39,011 31.1%- - -$ na Travel 13,813 26,143 19,120 150 19,692 17.7%18,000 20,000 2,000$ 11.1% Property:Snowplowing 199,440 241,683 175,013 - 205,379 (6.3%)75,000 75,000 -$ 0.0% Utilities 85,912 90,165 105,331 6,740 93,803 10.7%85,000 85,000 -$ 0.0% Other 31,249 39,414 25,842 362 32,168 (9.1%)37,220 37,220 -$ 0.0% TOTAL DPW & REVOLVING FUNDS 3,091,747$ 3,205,916$ 2,962,498$ 262,657$ 3,086,720$ 7.8%3,693,801$ 3,874,501$ 180,700$ 5% Appendix Department of Public Works •Engineering/Information Technology/GIS/Permits •Central Fleet Management •Public Facilities •Operations •Recycling/Solid waste Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –DPW DPW DPW Director Engineering/Information Technology/GIS/Permits Planning Design Construction Central Fleet Management Vehicles Equipment Life-cycle Plan and Procurement Public Facilities Building Trades General Repairs Support Services Operations Construction Parks/Cemeteries/Grounds Public Shade Trees & Right- of-Way Stormwater Lines/Signs Special Events Solid Waste Recycling Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)/Compost Construction & Demolition Debris (C&D) Waste Options Nantucket (WON) Contract Administration Long-term Planning Take It Or Leave It Deputy Director Facilities Deputy Director Operations Admin FY2020 Budget Detail DPW Positions Operational Expenses (1) Overtime Increase: $10,000 DPW Budget-Equipment & Vehicle Maint.: $40,000 DPW Budget-Professional Services: $30,000 DPW Budget-Safety Uniforms & Equipment: $9,000 Capital Items (Public Buildings/Facilities)Capital Items –Transportation Annual Facility Roof Repairs: $150,000 ADA Accessibility Upgrades: $50,000 Utility Updates: $150,000 Site Paving Updates: $250,000 Public Bathroom Upgrades: $250,000 Equipment Replacements: $100,000 Lighting Updates: $50,000 Parking Improvements: $1,000,000 Orange Street Bike Path: $2,508,000 Fairgrounds/Old South Intersection: $5,200,000 Sidewalk Improvement Program: $1,000,000 Surfside Area Roads Reconstruction: $6,294,022 Road Improvements/Maintenance: $1,000,000 Multi-Use Path Maintenance: $250,000 Cobblestone Maintenance: $250,000 Fairgrounds Area Roadways: $1,500,000 Wauwinet Road Shared Use Path: $354,000 Tom Nevers Bike Path: $331,487 Decommissioning Fire Cisterns: $50,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. FY2020 Budget DPW Exceptions DPW Capital Items –Fleet Management Capital Items –Admin Loader: $250,000 DPW Director Vehicles: $50,000 Trash Compactor Truck: $140,000 Vehicle Lifts: $50,000 GIS Data Integration: $154,500 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. FY2020 Budget DPW Exceptions DPW TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1420 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 01420 43606 RENTAL FEES (116,016)$ -$ -$ (38,672)$ (100.0%)- - -$ na 01420 44509 DPW PERMITS OVER THE R - - - - na - - -$ na 01420 48100 SALE OF INVENTORY & FIXED ASST - - - - na - - -$ na 01420 48400 DPW MISC REVENUES (4,505) (5,085) (7,072) (5,554) 25.3%(5,000) (5,000) -$ 0.0% 01420 48409 REVENUE - CH81 STATEHWY (34,999) - (70,000) (35,000) 41.4%(35,000) (35,000) -$ 0.0% 01420 48411 REVENUE - ROAD PATCH - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL DPW REVENUES (155,520)$ (5,085)$ (77,072)$ (79,226)$ (84.8%)(40,000)$ (40,000)$ -$ 0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1420 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 01420 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 1,868,192 1,969,532 1,904,462 1,914,062 1.0%2,264,900 2,470,700 205,800$ 9.1% 01420 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 82,074 18,786 - 33,620 (100.0%)142,900 142,900 -$ 0.0% 01420 51910 OTHER:RENT AND RELOCATION - - - - na 28,000 - (28,000)$ (100.0%) 01420 51300 OVERTIME 135,563 121,553 100,243 119,120 (14.0%)90,000 100,000 10,000$ 11.1% 01420 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL 13,712 12,902 6,725 11,113 (30.0%)- - -$ na 01420 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 431 363 966 587 49.6%- 1,560 1,560$ na 01420 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 26,745 26,791 24,943 26,160 (3.4%)26,380 31,920 5,540$ 21.0% 01420 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 30,874 31,174 29,598 30,549 (2.1%)37,420 40,210 2,790$ 7.5% 01420 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL DPW PERSONNEL EXPENSES 2,157,592$ 2,181,101$ 2,066,936$ 2,135,210$ 8.2%2,589,600$ 2,787,290$ 197,690$ 8% 1460 SNOW REMOVAL 01460 51300 OVERTIME 34,492 46,284 31,563 37,446 (4.3%)7,500 7,500 -$ 0.0% 01460 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 500 671 474 548 (2.7%)100 100 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL DPW PERSONNEL EXPENSES 34,992$ 46,955$ 32,037$ 37,995$ na 7,600$ 7,600$ -$ 0% OPERATING EXPENSE 1420 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 1420 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY - - 2,160 720 na - - -$ na 1420 52103 UTILITY:FUEL OIL - 441 - 147 na - - -$ na 1420 52105 UTILITY:WATER - 2,650 2,650 1,767 na - - -$ na 1420 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP - - 867 289 na 5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 41,967 44,968 71,180 52,705 30.2%82,000 92,000 10,000$ 12.2% 1420 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 25,719 20,372 6,992 17,694 (47.9%)35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 82,826 51,322 71,254 68,467 (7.2%)60,000 90,000 30,000$ 50.0% 1420 52406 REP&MAINT:ROAD CONSTRUCTION 74,855 13,197 64,112 50,722 (7.5%)35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52410 REP&MAINT:GENERAL 10,155 14,121 12,724 12,333 11.9%20,000 20,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52411 REP&MAINT: GROUNDS 15,364 12,857 - 9,407 (100.0%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52700 RENTALS/LEASES 2,421 7,246 3,875 4,514 26.5%4,000 4,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER 4,496 4,665 1,256 3,472 (47.2%)4,500 4,500 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1420 52902 PROPERTY:TREES 9,893 7,235 14,805 10,644 22.3%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52903 PROPERTY:SIDEWALKS 10,553 375 - 3,643 (100.0%)10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52905 PROPERTY:GROUNDSKEEPING 47,963 42,795 12,371 34,376 (49.2%)58,000 58,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 440 1,240 - 560 (100.0%)2,200 2,200 -$ 0.0% 1420 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4,051 106,694 68,560 59,768 311.4%225,000 125,000 (100,000)$ (44.4%) 1420 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 3,381 1,431 2,647 2,486 (11.5%)8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - 10,574 10,964 7,179 na - - -$ na 1420 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - - 716 239 na 500 500 -$ 0.0% 1420 53803 OTHER:LICENSES & TAXES 847 2,512 711 1,357 (8.4%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 6,706 4,043 14,188 8,312 45.5%1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0% 1420 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 2,785 6,723 2,180 3,896 (11.5%)3,500 3,500 -$ 0.0% 1420 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ 3,932 3,977 5,878 4,596 22.3%20,000 20,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 54305 SIGN MAKING MATLS 15,874 25,365 18,652 19,964 8.4%21,500 21,500 -$ 0.0% 1420 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS 8,246 6,674 18,606 11,175 50.2%6,000 10,000 4,000$ 66.7% 1420 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 4,960 16,035 4,444 8,480 (5.4%)5,000 10,000 5,000$ 100.0% 1420 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - 3,896 1,299 na - - -$ na 1420 55301 DPW:ROAD MATERIALS 18,294 25,804 7,819 17,306 (34.6%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 7,294 13,149 5,420 8,621 (13.8%)8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 57102 IN-STATE:MILEAGE/CAR ALLW 2,232 221 810 1,088 (39.8%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0% 1420 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 4,286 12,774 12,889 9,983 73.4%8,000 10,000 2,000$ 25.0% 1420 57301 DUES: PROFESSIONAL ORG 1,104 895 1,250 1,083 6.4%1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0% 1420 57901 SPEC FUNC:CHRISTMAS 3,665 2,947 5,189 3,933 19.0%4,800 4,800 -$ 0.0% 1420 58501 AD EQ: NEW EQUIP 20,985 60,000 36,047 39,011 31.1%- - -$ na SUBTOTAL DPW OPERATING EXPENSE 435,294$ 523,300$ 490,703$ 483,099$ 7.6%682,000$ 633,000$ (49,000)$ (7%) 1424 STREET LIGHTING 1424 52102 UTILITY:STREET LIGHTING 85,912 79,151 92,206 85,756 3.6%85,000 85,000 -$ 0.0% 1424 52405 REPAIR&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 64,997 4,975 136 23,369 (95.4%)80,000 80,000 -$ 0.0% 1424 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL STREET LIGHTING OPERATING EXPENSES 150,909$ 84,126$ 92,342$ 109,125$ (12.4%)165,000$ 165,000$ -$ 0% 1430 MOSQUITO CONTROL 1430 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 89,662 91,480 87,421 89,521 (1.3%)160,381 164,391 4,010$ 2.5% 1430 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL MOSQUITO CONTROL OPERATING EXPENSES 89,662$ 91,480$ 87,421$ 89,521$ 1.7%160,381$ 164,391$ 4,010$ 3% 1460 SNOW REMOVAL 1460 52906 PROPERTY:SNOWPLOWING 199,440 241,683 175,013 205,379 (6.3%)75,000 75,000 -$ 0.0% 1460 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL SNOW REMOVAL OPERATING EXPENSES 199,440$ 241,683$ 175,013$ 205,379$ 15.2%75,000$ 75,000$ -$ 0% 1192 PUBLIC BUILDINGS 1192 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 294,013 280,611 262,693 279,106 (5.5%)400,000 400,000 -$ 0.0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1192 52103 UTILITY:FUEL OIL 26,365 34,230 39,734 33,443 22.8%55,000 55,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE 26,196 25,945 28,445 26,862 4.2%40,000 40,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 52105 UTILITY:WATER 20,868 21,122 23,501 21,830 6.1%23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 52106 UTILITY:SEWER 17,425 15,762 16,905 16,697 (1.5%)20,000 20,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 52107 UTILITY:LANDFILL 3,832 - - 1,277 (100.0%)- - -$ na 1192 52108 LANDFILL FEES - 7,799 3,912 3,904 na 5,300 5,300 -$ 0.0% 1192 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 94,210 75,599 128,858 99,556 17.0%358,000 233,000 (125,000)$ (34.9%) 1192 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 721 - 7,339 2,687 219.0%6,600 6,600 -$ 0.0% 1192 52416 COPIER 7,310 8,290 7,778 7,792 3.2%11,000 11,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 52704 RENT/LSE:FIRE ALARM - - - - na 1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0% 1192 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 4,472 3,949 13,159 7,193 71.5%25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 82,521 107,971 83,027 91,173 0.3%70,000 100,000 30,000$ 42.9% 1192 53106 GENERAL:CUSTODIAL 158,398 166,501 146,144 157,014 (3.9%)185,000 185,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 45,455 54,958 41,922 47,445 (4.0%)80,000 80,000 -$ 0.0% 1192 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES 51,655 27,858 31,256 36,923 (22.2%)55,000 55,000 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS GF OPERATING EXPENSES 833,440$ 830,595$ 834,673$ 832,903$ 34.3%1,335,100$ 1,240,100$ (95,000)$ (7%) 27692 PARK & REC REVOLVER 27692 48400 MISC REVENUE - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 48423 FAIR REVENUE (16,169) (22,715) (26,810) (21,898) 28.8%(19,520) (19,520) -$ 0.0% 27692 48424 SPORTS PROGRAMS - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 48425 RENTAL FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 48426 USE OF PROPERTY (4,959) (9,568) (15,000) (9,842) 73.9%(11,700) (11,700) -$ 0.0% 27692 48427 ARTS & CRAFTS (1,417) (1,318) (2,013) (1,583) 19.2%(1,000) (1,000) -$ 0.0% 27692 48428 TEEN CENTER - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL PARK & REC REVENUE (22,545)$ (33,601)$ (43,823)$ (33,323)$ (25.7%)(32,220)$ (32,220)$ -$ 0% 27692 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53147 SPORTS PROGRAMS - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53148 RENTAL FEES - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53149 PROPERTY USE 12,295 18,622 1,200 10,706 (68.8%)16,220 16,220 -$ 0.0% 27692 53150 ARTS & CRAFTS - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53151 TEEN CENTER - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 53152 FAIR EXPENSE 10,347 11,299 21,844 14,497 45.3%16,000 16,000 -$ 0.0% 27692 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - - -$ na 27692 59991 TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND - - - - na - - -$ na TOTAL PARK & REC 97$ (3,680)$ (20,778)$ (8,120)$ (4.3%)-$ -$ -$ na 27420 DPW HOUSING REVOLVER 27420 48400 MISC REVENUE (63,414) (58,508) (48,213) (56,711) (12.8%)(46,500) (46,500) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL DPW HOUSING REVENUE (63,414)$ (58,508)$ (48,213)$ (56,711)$ 12.3%(46,500)$ (46,500)$ -$ 0% TOWN OF NANTUCKET DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 27420 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY - - 75 25 na - - -$ na 27420 52105 UTILITY:WATER - - - - na - - -$ na 27420 52106 UTILITY:SEWER - - - - na - - -$ na 27420 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING - - 3,941 1,314 na 65,000 65,000 -$ 0.0% 27420 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,217 10,000 1,549 4,255 12.8%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0% TOTAL DPW HOUSING REVOLVER (62,197)$ (48,508)$ (42,648)$ (51,118)$ 15.1%28,500$ 28,500$ -$ 0% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01420 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 27 Part-time 0 Seasonal 13 Temporary 0 Vacancies (1)3 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 43 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee Administration & Support MCNEIL, R.Director 40.00 PW01 Non-Union 04/17/20 143,800 0 0 0 0 18,000 161,800 ARCENAUX, S.Deputy Director-Ops 40.00 PW03 Non-Union 06/12/20 120,500 0 0 0 0 0 120,500 BRADFORD, K.Office Manager 40.00 PW16 S3 Step2 05/08/20 73,100 0 0 1,040 0 0 74,140 WILLIAMS, V.Admin Clerk 40.00 PW20 S1 Step1 04/23/20 59,700 0 0 0 0 0 59,700 MAYER, D.Office Administrator 40.00 PW23 S2 Step1 03/19/20 65,700 0 0 0 0 0 65,700 JOHNSON, E.Central Fleet Manager 40.00 PW03 Non-Union 07/17/19 92,000 0 0 0 0 0 92,000 CLARKSON, P.Working Foreman 40.00 PW35 M5 Step7 07/11/19 78,600 2,360 0 0 0 0 80,960 MCCOLL, C.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step1 07/11/19 54,300 0 0 0 0 0 54,300 VOIGT, M.Facilities Manager 40.00 PR01 DA Step8 08/01/19 127,500 5,120 0 520 0 0 133,140 BERARD, P.Maintenance Foreman 40.00 PW36 SA Step2 07/25/19 87,000 1,740 0 0 0 0 88,740 APTHORP, K.Maintenance Tech 40.00 PW45 M4 Step7 07/11/19 76,300 0 0 0 0 0 76,300 KANE, A.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step3 07/11/19 57,700 0 0 0 0 0 57,700 THOMAS, R.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step1 07/11/19 52,800 0 0 0 0 0 52,800 MOORE, R.Operations Manager 40.00 PW02 Non-Union 06/28/20 105,300 0 0 0 0 0 105,300 DUARTE, D.Working Foreman 40.00 PW35 M6 Step7 07/11/19 81,300 4,070 0 0 0 0 85,370 EGAN, M.Maintenance Tech 40.00 PW50 M4 Step6 07/27/19 76,000 0 0 0 0 0 76,000 MCCOLL, P.Jr. Equipment Operator 40.00 PW55 M3 Step5 07/11/18 66,500 0 0 0 0 0 66,500 CLARKE, R.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step4 07/11/19 59,400 0 0 0 0 0 59,400 BOUCHER, P.Working Foreman 40.00 PW35 M6 Step7 07/11/19 81,300 4,070 0 0 0 0 85,370 PATTERSON, F.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step2 07/11/19 56,000 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 GARY, W.Arborist 40.00 PW40 M4 Step7 07/11/19 76,300 3,820 0 0 0 0 80,120 WILLIAMS, S.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step7 07/11/19 64,900 1,000 0 0 0 0 65,900 BATCHELDER, H.Sr. Equipment Operator 40.00 PW50 M4 Step7 07/11/19 76,300 3,050 0 0 0 0 79,350 GRANT, D.Laborer 40.00 PW55 M1 Step4 07/11/19 59,400 0 0 0 0 0 59,400 MARKS, T.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step7 07/11/19 64,900 3,240 0 0 0 0 68,140 SYLVIA, R.Jr. Equipment Operator 40.00 PW55 M2 Step7 07/11/19 68,900 3,450 0 0 0 0 72,350 DOYLE, O.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step7 07/27/19 64,900 0 0 0 0 0 64,900 SMITH, G.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step3 07/11/19 57,700 0 0 0 0 0 57,700 CLARKE,M Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step1 07/11/19 54,300 0 0 0 0 0 54,300 THOMPSON, R.Laborer 40.00 PW60 M1 Step1 07/12/19 54,300 0 0 0 0 0 54,300 Dept. of Public Works Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee VACANT-FUNDED Capital Project Mgr / DPW Facilities Director Non-Union 120,000 VACANT-FUNDED Maintenance Tech 40.00 PW50 M4 Step 1 56,000 VACANT-FUNDED Maintenance Tech 40.00 PW50 M4 Step 1 56,000 SEASONAL (8)Seasonal Grounds 40HRS / 15 WKS PR77 TW Article 7, 3rd Season N/A 88,700 0 0 0 0 0 88,700 SEASONAL (5) Seasonal Laborer 40HRS / 15 WKS PW60 TW Article 7, 3rd Season N/A 54,200 0 0 0 0 0 54,200 (1) Vacancies are either filled or are currently advertised.2,488,700 142,900 31,920 0 1,560 0 18,000 0 90,000 2,773,080 40,210 FY19 info not correct 2,813,290 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Budget Human Services Department Human Services Department FY2019 Human Services Department Review •The Nantucket Human Services Department works to ensure the provision of services through five “sub” departments including Our Island Home (OIH), skilled nursing facility*; Commission on Disability; Veterans’ Services; Saltmarsh Senior Center and Human Services. The Department provides specific services to Nantucket residents of all ages. •Mission: to promote the health and social wellbeing of the Nantucket community through support efforts and improve coordination amongst current human service providers. Main efforts of the department are to operate as a referral-based service rather than direct care service to support and not duplicate services already provided by any other agency to the island. *Our Island Home, although included in the Department, stands alone as an Enterprise Fund with a separate budget from the rest of the Human Services Department. Goals and initiatives related to OIH will be presented in the OIH Enterprise Fund Budget presentation. HUMAN SERVICES Initiatives and Accomplishments ➢Senior Center Workgroup was established and their first meeting was held September 20th, 2018. Recommended by the Elder Needs Assessment to prepare for growth in the senior center participation and community population of seniors. ➢Work to improve communication and collaboration across the Town office and community organizations (such as Senior Center/HS, COA, NCEA, Elder Services). ➢Determine how to incorporate findings of the Elder Needs Survey into the above. ➢Age or Dementia Friendly Community –noted downtown or event are not ‘age-friendly’ or welcoming for those with dementia in terms of access, walkability, transportation. ➢For Fiscal Year 2019, the amount awarded to community agencies through the Contract Review Committee was $450,000. There was $484,706 in requests from 10 agencies. ➢Senior Tax Work-Off Program placed 27-28 applicants (compared to 26 in FY2018, 24 in FY2017 and 18 in FY2016) to the program in 9 departments throughout the Town and school system. FY2019 Human Services Dept Review (cont’d) FY2020 Human Services Department Overview Priorities ➢Work to improve referral information and access to reliable information for all community members ➢On-line resource hub (Network Of Care) as a central directory to allow individuals to navigate through one source of reliable, complete information to make the best informed decision on where to seek services or have their needs met. ➢Newsletter. ➢Continue to try to address noted recommendations by the Elder Needs Assessment survey conducted through the NCEA such as increase programs and initiatives to provide for a age or dementia friendly community. ➢Implementation of Memory Café’s ➢Training to the community and business owners, dementia friendly event promotions ➢Increase active participation in the Council for Human Services and update goals. Key issue has been vacancies on advising boards. ➢Saltmarsh Center building and OIH facility. ➢Continue working with prevention agencies (ASAP) and task force agencies on community mental health and substance misuse disorders. Significant Changes Year-to-Year ➢Hire of OIH Administrator Human Services Department FY2020 Budget Human Services Department Human Services Department 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 YTD Payroll Salary 238,038$ 246,380$ 230,621$ 19,062$ 238,346$ (1.6%)267,477$ 290,457$ 22,980$ 8.6% Overtime - - 912 - 304$ na - - -$ na Medicare P/R Tax 3,452 3,573 3,357 276 3,460$ (1.4%)3,900 4,380 480$ 12.3% Medical Insurance - - - - -$ na - - -$ na Rep & Maint 4,747 1,900 2,631 - 3,093$ (25.6%)13,000 13,000 -$ 0.0% Medical Programs:Council of Aging 53 - - - 18$ (100.0%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0% Prof Services 2,908 1,192 660 - 1,587$ (52.3%)7,250 7,250 -$ 0.0% Travel Expenses 1,442 1,607 6,308 115 3,119$ 109.2%6,800 6,800 -$ 0.0% Supplies 3,697 2,327 2,203 481 2,743$ (22.8%)8,250 8,250 -$ 0.0% Equipment - - - - -$ na 1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0% Veterans Benefits 6,092 7,310 7,310 - 6,904$ 9.5%8,900 8,900 -$ 0.0% Memorial Day & Veterans Day 4,276 4,025 - - 2,767$ (100.0%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0% Other 9,239 8,275 8,823 1,349 8,779$ (2.3%)12,250 12,250 -$ 0.0% TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 273,944$ 276,588$ 262,826$ 21,284$ 271,119$ (0)$ 335,327$ 358,787$ 23,460$ 7.0% Appendix Human Services Department Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –Human Services Department Town Administration Director of Human Services Our Island Home Administrator Program Coordinator Commission on Disability Director of Nursing Business Office Maintenance Housekeeping / Laundry Dietary Activities / Dietician / Social Services Registered Nurse’s LPN’s C.N.A.’s Veterans Services Officer Business Office Coordinator Program Assistant Human Services Department FY2020 Budget Detail Human Services Department FY2020 Human Services Department Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) N/A N/A (1) Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded. Human Services Department TOWN OF NANTUCKET HUMAND & SOCIAL SERVICES FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 REVENUES 1541 SENIOR SERVICES 1541 42421 PRIVATE PATIENT INCOME -$ -$ -$ - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL SENIOR SERVICES REVENUE -$ -$ -$ -$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na 1590 HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES 1590 43212 PASSPORT FEE (13,025) (13,050) (13,440) (13,172) 1.6%(13,000) (13,000) -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL HUMAN & SOCIAL SRVCS REVENUES (13,025)$ (13,050)$ (13,440)$ (13,172)$ na (13,000)$ (13,000)$ -$ 0.0% PERSONNEL EXPENSE 1531 COMMISSION ON DISABILITY 1531 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 7,423 7,887 4,440 6,584 (22.7%)10,167 10,167 0$ 0.0% 1531 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 108 114 64 95 (22.7%)150 150 -$ 0.0% 1531 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL COMMISSION ON DISABILITY PERSONNEL EXPENSES 7,531$ 8,002$ 4,504$ 6,679$ 1.9%10,317$ 10,317$ 0$ 0.0% 1541 SENIOR SERVICES 1541 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 150,145 154,985 146,361 150,497 (1.3%)158,700 174,900 16,200$ 10.2% 1541 51300 OVERTIME - - 912 304 na - - -$ na 1541 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 2,596 3,129 2,897 2,874 5.6%3,140 3,140 -$ 0.0% 1541 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 4,432 2,305 2,358 3,032 (27.1%)4,030 4,420 390$ 9.7% 1541 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 2,279 2,326 2,212 2,272 (1.5%)2,410 2,650 240$ 10.0% SUBTOTAL SENIOR SERVICES PERSONNEL EXPENSES 159,452$ 162,745$ 154,739$ 158,979$ 4.0%168,280$ 185,110$ 16,830$ 10.0% 1543 VETERANS SERVICES 1543 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 4,611 4,463 4,177 4,417 (4.8%)15,230 15,230 -$ 0.0% 1543 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 67 65 61 64 (4.9%)230 230 -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL VETERANS SERVICES PERSONNEL EXPENSES 4,678$ 4,528$ 4,237$ 4,481$ (11.5%)15,460$ 15,460$ -$ 0.0% FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1590 HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES 1590 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 67,785 72,568 66,600 68,984 (0.9%)72,160 78,350 6,190$ 8.6% 1590 51300 OVERTIME - - - - na - - -$ na 1590 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 1,046 1,043 966 1,018 (3.9%)1,050 1,050 -$ 0.0% 1590 51700 LONGEVITY PAY - - 2,823 941 na 3,000 3,200 200$ 6.7% 1590 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 998 1,067 1,021 1,029 1.1%1,110 1,350 240$ 21.6% 1590 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - na - - -$ na SUBTOTAL HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES PERSONNEL EXP 69,829$ 74,678$ 71,409$ 71,972$ (24.2%)77,320$ 83,950$ 6,630$ 8.6% OPERATING EXPENSE 1531 COMMISSION ON DISABILITY 1531 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 140 140 93 na 150 150$ -$ 0.0% 1531 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - 433 - 144 na 110 110$ -$ 0.0% 1531 54106 SUPPLIES 1,302 645 541 829 (35.5%)1,200 1,200$ -$ 0.0% 1531 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - - - na 240 240$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL COMMISSION ON DISABILITY OPERATING EXP 1,302$ 1,218$ 681$ 1,067$ (13.9%)1,700$ 1,700$ -$ 0.0% 1541 SENIOR SERVICES 1541 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING - 298 235 178 na 1,000 1,000$ -$ 0.0% 1541 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 837 318 417 524 (29.4%)4,000 4,000$ -$ 0.0% 1541 52410 REP&MAINT:GENERAL 3,911 1,285 1,979 2,391 (28.9%)8,000 8,000$ -$ 0.0% 1541 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP - - - - na - -$ -$ na 1541 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,982 990 520 1,164 (48.8%)3,000 3,000$ -$ 0.0% 1541 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - na 300 300$ -$ 0.0% 1541 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 962 1,443 882 1,096 (4.2%)600 600$ -$ 0.0% 1541 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 1,246 1,258 1,443 1,316 7.6%1,250 1,250$ -$ 0.0% 1541 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 864 436 212 504 (50.5%)750 750$ -$ 0.0% 1541 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 981 742 1,080 934 4.9%850 850$ -$ 0.0% 1541 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ 266 324 78 222 (45.8%)1,500 1,500$ -$ 0.0% 1541 54901 FOOD: GENERAL 1,987 1,421 1,928 1,779 (1.5%)2,500 2,500$ -$ 0.0% 1541 55004 MEDICAL:PRGMS COUNCIL AGE 53 - - 18 (100.0%)1,500 1,500$ -$ 0.0% 1541 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - 87 29 na 50 50$ -$ 0.0% 1541 55801 OTHER: RECREATIONAL 236 117 387 246 28.2%1,000 1,000$ -$ 0.0% 1541 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 962 837 656 818 (17.4%)1,600 1,600$ -$ 0.0% 1541 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 480 320 480 427 0.0%500 500$ -$ 0.0% 1541 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 288 324 360 324 11.8%400 400$ -$ 0.0% 1541 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - -$ -$ na NEW LINE: ELDER EXPO - -$ -$ na SUBTOTAL SENIOR SERVICES OPERATING EXPENSES 15,053$ 10,112$ 10,744$ 11,970$ (19.3%)28,800$ 28,800$ -$ 0.0% FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL COMPOUND BUDGET BUDGET FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2019 FY2020 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr) ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATE BUDGET BUDGET FY20/FY19 FY20/FY19 1543 VETERANS SERVICES 1543 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 844 15 - 286 (100.0%)2,500 2,500$ -$ 0.0% 1543 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - - na 1,000 1,000$ -$ 0.0% 1543 57101 IN-STATE: MISC TRAVEL - - 212 71 na - -$ -$ na 1543 57102 IN-STATE:MILEAGE/CAR ALLW - 215 - 72 na 350 350$ -$ 0.0% 1543 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA - - - - na 150 150$ -$ 0.0% 1543 57701 VET BENEFITS:GENERAL 6,092 7,310 7,310 6,904 9.5%8,900 8,900$ -$ 0.0% 1543 57906 M.DAY & VET. DAY 4,276 4,025 - 2,767 (100.0%)5,000 5,000$ -$ 0.0% 1543 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP - - - - na - -$ -$ na SUBTOTAL VETERANS SERVICES OPERATING EXPENSES 11,212$ 11,565$ 7,522$ 10,099$ 53.4%17,900$ 17,900$ -$ 0.0% 1590 HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES 1590 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 82 47 - 43 (100.0%)1,600 1,600$ -$ 0.0% 1590 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 605 336 346 429 (24.4%)800 800$ -$ 0.0% 1590 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 481 1,514 2,035 1,343 105.7%500 500$ -$ 0.0% 1590 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 1,443 - - 481 (100.0%)2,200 2,200$ -$ 0.0% 1590 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 1,127 993 1,067 1,063 (2.7%)1,200 1,200$ -$ 0.0% 1590 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1,149 616 505 757 (33.7%)3,700 3,700$ -$ 0.0% 1590 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL - 235 930 388 na 2,000 2,000$ -$ 0.0% 1590 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA - - 129 43 na 1,200 1,200$ -$ 0.0% 1590 57200 OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL - - 4,113 1,371 na 1,000 1,000$ -$ 0.0% 1590 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN - - 75 25 na 350 350$ -$ 0.0% 1590 58501 ADD EQ: NEW EQUIP - - - - na 1,000 1,000$ -$ 0.0% SUBTOTAL HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES OPERATING EXP 4,887$ 3,740$ 9,201$ 5,943$ (19.3%)15,550$ 15,550$ -$ 0.0% FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01590 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 2 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee DAY, R.DIRECTOR 40.00 HU1 Non-Union 07/01/19 119,600 0 0 0 0 10,000 129,600 100% of Salary paid by OIH (119,600)0 0 0 0 0 (119,600) MEDINA, A.BUSINESS OFFICE COORDINATOR 35.00 HU24 S3 Step 8 01/23/20 78,350 3,200 0 1,050 0 0 82,600 78,350 0 3,200 0 1,050 0 10,000 0 0 92,600 1,350 93,950 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Human & Social Services Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01541 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 2 Part-time 0 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee STEWART, L PROGRAM COORDINATOR 37.50 CA01 SA Step 7 10/15/19 91,000 1,850 0 1,570 0 0 94,420 CARRERA, V PROGRAM ASSISTANT 37.50 CA05 S3 Step 8 07/01/19 83,900 2,570 0 1,570 0 0 88,040 174,900 0 4,420 0 3,140 0 0 0 0 182,460 2,650 185,110 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) Senior Services Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01531 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 0 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 1 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee MCDONOUGH, B FACILITATOR (PER DIEM)DC20 - TW TW Article 7 05/13/19 10,167 0 0 0 0 0 10,167 10,167 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,167 150 10,317 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Commission on Disability Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700) FY2020 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG:01543 Number of Positions in Department Full-time 0 Part-time 1 Seasonal 0 Temporary 0 Vacancies 0 New Positions Requested 0 TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 1 Name Position Avg Hours Per Week Job Code Class & Step as of 6/30/19 (e.g., B -Step 3) FY2020 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee HARDY, R.AGENT (PER DIEM)N/A N/A N/A 15,230 0 0 0 0 0 15,230 15,230 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15,230 230 15,460 Salary Subtotal Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Personnel Services Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Veterans' Services Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)