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Section VII - FY20 SWEF Budget FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION • ENTERPRISE FUNDS: SOLID WASTE FY2020 Budget Solid Waste Enterprise Fund •Recycling –Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) •Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Co-Composting •Construction & Demolition Debris (C&D) •Leaf & Yard Waste / Composting •Exotic/Invasive Plant Eradication Drop Off Program •Landfill Operations •Take It Or Leave It FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund 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. ➢Maintain/improve systems to maximize town-wide recycling rates. ➢Develop a program to distribute finished compost & topsoil for beneficial reuse. ➢Maintain/expand our environmental monitoring program to inform future decisions. ➢Begin planning NOW for solid waste services following the end of the Waste Options Nantucket (WON) contract in 2025. Initiatives and Accomplishments ➢Coordinated with Waste Options Nantucket (WON) to understand and improve ongoing operations and plan for future capital. ➢Initiated public information session forums to inform and address questions from the public regarding specific topics associated with the Solid Waste program. ➢Hired island’s first Solid Waste/Recycling Coordinator to assist with all SWEF programs ➢Initiated data-driven decision making efforts by hosting the island’s first Waste Characterization study in concert with WPI. ➢Initiated messaging discussion to educate users and begin behavior modification efforts. ➢Initiated macro and micro plastics investigation with ReMain Nantucket and UMASS Boston Field Station to baseline the islands coastal waters. SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Overview SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND 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, shared use paths, trees, parks/fields, facilities, vehicle and equipment fleet, storm water system, parking lots, line striping, beaches, solid waste/recycling program, landfill, household hazardous waste program, bridges, mosquito control program, accessibility services, signs, 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. Authorization To Operate (ATO) of Lined landfill Cell 3A is awaiting MASSDEP review/approval. Significant improvements in the quality of the finished compost and topsoil for beneficial reuse continue to be made by WON. The DPW is backhauling needed materials for its operations through the C&D hauling operation. DPW is working with various stakeholders to continue our expanded environmental monitoring program to inform future decisions. With the initial help of ReMain Nantucket, DPW hired the island’s first Solid Waste/Recycling coordinator in FY2019. 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. ➢Staff increases (Transition the funding of our new Solid Waste/Recycling Coordinator) to support mission critical service delivery. ➢Assessment of town-owned facilities is needed to identify and prioritize repairs/replacement. ➢Continued long-term planning for the Solid Waste programs is needed. ➢Expand data collection/analysis of solid waste operations to identify trends and to prioritize areas to improve. ➢Coordinate more regularly with MassDEP and WON regarding various permit requirements. FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Overview (cont’d) SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Overview (cont’d) SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Overview (cont’d) SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2020 Budget Solid Waste Enterprise Fund SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2016 ACTUAL FY2017 ACTUAL FY2018 ACTUAL FY2020 BUDGET SUMMARY Payroll-Salary 19,743$ 20,342$ 20,342$ 103,810$ 103,810$ -$ 5,000$ 108,810$ 108,810$ 5,000$ 5% Medicare P/R Tax Expense 286 295 295 1,510 1,510 -$ -$ 1,510$ 1,510 -$ - Medical Insurance ---30,000 30,000 -$ -$ 30,000$ 30,000 -$ - Barnstable County Retirement ------$ -$ -$ --$ na Utilities 389,961 400,446 360,012 386,000 386,000 -$ -$ 386,000$ 386,000 -$ - Repairs & Maintenance -11,950 -264,500 264,500 -$ -$ 264,500$ 264,500 -$ - Prof. Services- Collection and Disposal 7,007,007 7,081,897 8,750,929 6,273,605 6,273,605 -$ 496,697$ 6,770,302$ 6,770,302 496,697$ 8% Professional Services- Recycle/MRF 838,236 292,989 355,767 769,009 769,009 -$ 29,497$ 798,506$ 798,506 29,497$ 4% Freight 1,009,171 380,424 135,186 1,839,000 1,839,000 -$ 390130.72 2,229,131$ 2,229,131 390,131$ 21% General Insurance ------$ -$ -$ --$ na Hazardous Waste 50,283 46,488 43,820 60,000 60,000 -$ 30,000$ 90,000$ 90,000 30,000$ 50% Debt Service 57,031 53,365 53,101 73,152 73,152 -$ (29,241)$ 43,911$ 43,911 (29,241)$ (40%) Indirect Costs 115,000 --115,000 115,000 -$ -$ 115,000$ 115,000 -$ - Other - Including Mining 412,463 6,141 6,183 121,200 121,200 -$ -$ 121,200$ 121,200 -$ - -$ -$ -$ TOTAL SOLID WASTE - INCLUDING MINING 9,899,181$ 8,294,336$ 9,725,635$ 10,036,786$ 10,036,786$ -$ 922,084$ 10,958,870$ 10,958,870$ 922,084$ 9% FY2019 BUDGET FINANCE DEPT FY2020 RECOMMENDATION ENT FUND HEAD FY2020 RECOMMENDATION $ INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET % INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET Appendix Solid Waste Enterprise Fund •Recycling –Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) •Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Co-Composting •Construction & Demolition Debris (C&D) •Leaf & Yard Waste / Composting •Landfill Operations •Take It Or Leave It Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart –DPW / SWEF SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND DPW Director Engineering/Inform ation Technology/GIS/Per mits 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 SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND FY2020 Solid Waste Enterprise Fund Exceptions Positions Operational Expenses (1) 1.Professional Services: $526,194 2.Freight: $390,131 3.Hazardous Waste: $30,000 Capital Projects (Materials Recovery Facility) 1.Capping Cells 1 A, B, C: $14,000,000 2.Facility Access Road & Parking Lot Maintenance: $500,000 3.Repair Electrical Systems MRF: $50,000 4.Floor Drain & Collection Tank MRF: $100,000 5.Overhead Doors MRF: $50,000 6.Fire Alarm System MRF: $60,000 7.Unlined Landfill Mining: $800,000 (1)Non-controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded. SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE FUND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION & DISPOSAL FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL DEPT ACCOUNT ACCOUNT NAME SOLID WASTE COLLECTION & DISPOSAL 70433 42470 LANDFILL FEE INCOME (382,818)$ (443,181)$ (409,799)(411,933)3% (531,600)$ (531,600)$ -$ - 70433 42471 TIPPING FEE (3,102,902)(2,706,645)(2,647,914)(2,819,154)(8%) (2,835,090)(2,640,000)195,090$ (7%) 70433 42472 TIPPING FEES CASH/CHECK (254,514)(304,680)(346,996)(302,063)17% (230,000)(230,000)-$ - 70433 42474 TIPPING FEES LIENS COLLECTED (3,321)(70,336)(13,387)(29,015)101% ---$ na 70433 42490 PENALTY & INTEREST CHARGE (1)(55)(1,307)(454)4,774% ---$ na 70433 48201 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS (1)(2)(3)(2)82% ---$ na 70433 48400 MISC REVENUES (50)--(17)(100%) ---$ na 70433 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - OVERRIDE (3,222,493)(3,303,056)(3,394,033)(3,306,527)3% (3,478,884)(3,565,856)(86,972)$ 3% 70433 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - SUBSIDY (1,587,507)(1,627,194)(2,498,185)(1,904,295)25% (2,560,640)(2,624,656)(64,016)$ 2% 70433 49702 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - RECAP FUNDING -(861,053)-(287,018)na ---$ na 70433 49703 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - FREE CASH (MINING)(700,000)(700,000)-(466,667)(100%) ---$ na 70433 49703 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - FREE CASH -(1,500,000)-(500,000)na ---$ na 70433 49704 TRANSFER IN FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS ----na ---$ na 70433 52101 UTILITY: ELECTRICITY 328,910 339,883 293,980 320,924 (5%) 300,000 300,000 -$ - 70433 52105 UTILITY: WATER -600 1,200 600 na 10,000 10,000 -$ - 70433 52404 REP & MAINT: BUILDING ----na 74,500 74,500 -$ - 70433 52405 REP & MAINT: EQUIPMENT ----na ---$ na 70433 52410 REP & MAINT: GENERAL ----na ---$ na 70433 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 7,007,007 7,081,897 8,750,929 7,613,277 12% 6,273,605 6,770,302 496,697$ 8% 70433 53103 GENERAL: ADVERTISING 3,824 2,076 3,954 3,284 2% 2,000 2,000 -$ - 70433 53402 COMM: POSTAGE 955 341 -432 (100%) 1,000 1,000 -$ - 70433 53804 OTHER: FREIGHT 1,009,171 380,424 135,186 508,261 (63%) 1,764,000 2,154,131 390,131$ 22% 70433 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 2,851 3,724 2,229 2,935 (12%) 3,200 3,200 -$ - 70433 54701 SAFETY: UNIFORMS ----na ---$ na 70433 56202 COUNTY: RETIREMENT ----na ---$ na 70433 57050 MISC WASTE COLLECTION ----na 10,000 10,000 -$ - 70433 57101 IN STATE: MISC TRAVEL ----na 5,000 5,000 -$ - 70433 57103 IN STATE: SEMINARS, PROF ----na ---$ na 70433 57601 SETTLEMENTS ----na ---$ na 70433 57801 OTHER: HAZARDOUS WASTE 50,283 46,488 43,820 46,864 (7%) 60,000 90,000 30,000$ 50% 70433 57899 CONTINGENCY / UNALLOCATED EXPENSE 404,833 --134,944 (100%) 100,000 100,000 -$ - 70433 59101 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 34,000 34,000 -$ - 70433 59102 DEBT SERVICE INTEREST 17,031 13,365 13,101 14,499 (12%) 39,152 9,911 (29,241)$ (75%) 70433 59501 OTHER FIN: GENERAL / FIN COM TRANSFER ----na ---$ na 70433 59991 TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND (INDIRECT COSTS)115,000 --38,333 (100%) 115,000 115,000 -$ - 70433 53156 LANDFILL MINING ----na ---$ na TOTAL REVENUE (9,253,606)$ (11,516,201)$ (9,311,623)$ (10,027,144)$ 0% (9,636,214)$ (9,592,112)$ 44,102$ (0%) TOTAL EXPENSE 8,979,865$ 7,908,797$ 9,284,398$ 8,724,354$ 2% 8,791,457$ 9,679,044$ 887,587$ 10% SOLID WASTE RECYCLE & MRF 70439 41471 LANDFILL RECYCLE -$ -$ -$ -$ na -$ -$ -$ na % INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET $ INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET FY2020 BUDGET COMPOUND ANNUAL GROWTH RATE FY2016 ACTUAL FY2017 ACTUAL FY2019 BUDGET SIMPLE AVERAGE FY2018 ACTUAL SOLID WASTE COLLECTION & DISPOSAL FY2020 BUDGET PROJECTION 3-YEAR ACTUAL DEPT ACCOUNT ACCOUNT NAME % INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET $ INC/(DEC) FY20 / FY19 BUDGET FY2020 BUDGET COMPOUND ANNUAL GROWTH RATE FY2016 ACTUAL FY2017 ACTUAL FY2019 BUDGET SIMPLE AVERAGE FY2018 ACTUAL 70439 48406 RECYCLING INCOME ----na ---$ na 70439 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 19,743 19,949 20,342 20,011 2% 97,435 97,435 -$ - 70439 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL ----na 6,375 6,375 -$ - 70439 51300 OVERTIME ----na -5,000 5,000$ na 70439 51700 LONGEVITY -393 -131 na ---$ na 70439 51701 INS PREM: MEDICAL BLUE CROSS ----na 30,000 30,000 -$ - 70439 51770 BARNSTABLE COUNTY RETIREMENT ----na ---$ na 70439 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 286 295 295 292 2% 1,510 1,510 -$ - 70439 52101 UTILITY: ELECTRICITY 45,815 47,594 51,874 48,428 6% 60,000 60,000 -$ - 70439 52105 UTILITY: WATER 15,236 12,369 12,958 13,521 (8%) 16,000 16,000 -$ - 70439 52404 REP & MAINT: BUILDING -11,950 -3,983 na 190,000 190,000 -$ - 70439 52410 REP & MAINT: GENERAL ----na ---$ na 70439 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 838,236 292,989 355,767 495,664 (35%) 769,009 798,506 29,497$ 4% 70439 53804 OTHER FREIGHT ----na 75,000 75,000 -$ - 70439 54701 SAFETY: UNIFORMS ----na ---$ na 70439 56202 COUNTY: RETIREMENT ----na ---$ na TOTAL REVENUE -$ -$ -$ -$ - -$ -$ -$ na TOTAL EXPENSE 919,316$ 385,539$ 441,236$ 582,030$ (31%) 1,245,329$ 1,279,826$ 34,497$ 3% COMPOST FACILITY DEPT ACCOUNT ACCOUNT NAME 70443 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -$ -$ -$ -$ na -$ -$ -$ na 70443 59101 DEBT SERVICE:PRINCIPAL ----na ---$ na 70443 59102 DEBT SERVICE INTEREST ----na ---$ na TOTAL REVENUE -$ -$ na TOTAL EXPENSE -$ -$ -$ -$ na -$ -$ -$ na SOLID WASTE ENTERPRISE GRAND TOTAL TOTAL REVENUE (9,253,606)$ (11,516,201)$ (9,311,623)$ (10,027,144)$ 0% (9,636,214)$ (9,592,112)$ 44,102$ (0%) TOTAL EXPENSE 9,899,181$ 8,294,336$ 9,725,635$ 9,306,384$ (1%) 10,036,786$ 10,958,870$ 922,084$ 9% NET (INCOME) LOSS 645,575$ (3,221,865)$ 414,011$ (720,760)$ (0)$ 400,572$ 1,366,758$ 966,186$ 241% FY 2020 Personnel Spreadsheet Number of Positions in Department Full-time 0 Part-time 1 Seasonal 1 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 6/30/18 (e.g., B -Step 3) Yearly Salary as of 6/30/18 53 Week Adjustment FY2019 Anniversary Date FY2020 Projected Salary Longevity Pay Education Pay Certification Pay Holiday Pay Other Total by Employee DUROVICH,GRAEME RECYCLING COORDINATOR 40.00 SB Step 1 76,235 76,235 76,235 DRISCOLL, C.ATTENDANT 25.00 PW21 Non-Union 21,554 21,670 07/01/20 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 22,000 SEASONAL (1 ATT / 15 WEEKS)ATTENDANT 25.00 PW22 TW Article 7 6,375 6,375 n/a 6,375 0 0 0 0 0 6,375 98,235 6,375 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104,610 1,520 106,130Total Personnel Services Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx) Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx) Salary Subtotal Total Cerfification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx) Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) Medicare (enter on Munis 51961) Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx) Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100) Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx) Solid Waste Enterprise Fund ORG: 70439 Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)