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Section IV - General Govt_1FY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION •GENERAL GOVERNMENT •TOWN ADMINISTRATION •FINANCE & OPERATIONS •FINANCE COMMITTEE •HUMAN RESOURCES •INFORMATION SYSTEMS •LEGAL•LEGAL •MODERATOR •NATURAL RESOURCES •PLANNING & LAND USE Town and County of Nantucket 16 Broad Street Nantucket, MA 02554 •TOWN CLERK 1 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetTown Administration2 FY2017Town Administration Review•Mission: Town Administration provides administrative services and support to the Board of Selectmen and to all Town departmentstoensuretheeffectiveandcostefficientoperationoftheTown.Thisincludesprioritizationandpolicy‐settingdepartments to ensure the effective and cost efficient operation of the Town.  This includes prioritization and policysetting 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. Continue to refine and implement the Long‐Term Capital Planning program.IVCompletelong‐termsewerfinancing andimplementationstrategyIV.Complete longterm sewer financing and implementation strategy.V. Create greater transparency and foster open communication and information sharing within the organization and throughout the community.VI. Introduce improved efficiencies through greater use of technologies available to the Town.•InitiativesandAccomplishments:•Initiatives and Accomplishments:I. Created and hired Customer Service Specialist to be provide enhanced services to the public.II. Began implementation of HR Organization Assessment recommendations.III. Achieved GFOA Distinguished Financial Reporting Award honors.IV. Launched application for on‐demand viewing of Selectmen meeting on mobile devices.Town Administration3 FY2018Town Administration Overview •PrioritiesICriticalspaceneedsandmunicipalfacilityplansandassociatedfundingincludinginfrastructuremaintenanceI.Critical space‐needs and municipal facility plans and associated funding, including infrastructure maintenance.II. Keeping several high‐profile projects on schedule and under budget regardless of escalating construction costs.III. Providing solutions to seasonal and full‐time employee housing.IV. Sidewalk and cobblestone management plans and associated funding.V. Improving harbor and water quality through needs‐area sewer projects, fertilizer management, and continued public outreach.VI. Scaling resources to meet the demands of growing tourism and events.VII. Implementation of IT assessment (completed in January’16).•SignificantChangesYear‐to‐YearSignificant Changes YeartoYearI. 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.•Key IssuesI. 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.VAbilitytorecruitandretainqualifiedemployeesparticularlyinthecurrenteconomyV.Ability to recruit and retain qualified employees, particularly in the current economy.Town Administration4 FY2018 BudgetTown Administration3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary 760,000$ 795,418$ 978,727$ 517,826$ 844,715$ 13.5%1,093,435$ 1,108,181$ 14,746$ 1.3%Overtime6,150 5,981 7,796 3,467 6,643 12.6%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%Medicare P/R Tax9,143 9,871 14,248 7,559 11,087 24.8%16,000 23,700 7,700$ 48.1%Medical Insurance10,352 - - - 3,451 (100.0%)10,600 10,600 -$ 0.0%Rep & Maint70,355 66,861 94,963 35,122 77,393 16.2%119,700 247,700 128,000$ 106.9%Utilities440 074 498 022 434 576 207 125 457 557 (0 6%)624 100 624 100 -$ 00%Utilities440,074 498,022 434,576 207,125 457,557 (0.6%)624,100 624,100 $ 0.0%Prof Services490,735 650,716 595,768 473,315 579,073 10.2%854,500 1,060,000 205,500$ 24.0%Travel Expenses31,694 23,527 19,858 7,692 25,026 (20.8%)30,000 36,000 6,000$ 20.0%Supplies56,436 58,309 73,904 24,956 62,883 14.4%62,000 81,000 19,000$ 30.6%Equipment2,287 902 8,597 - 3,929 93.9%2,000 3,750 1,750$ 87.5%Rent/Lease Expenses2,181 1,256 - 1,250 1,146 (100.0%)3,350 4,050 700$ 20.9% Other205,629 258,564 221,363 125,946 228,519 3.8%306,250 325,000 18,750$ 6.1%TOTAL TOWN ADMINISTRATION2,085,035$ 2,369,427$ 2,449,801$ 1,404,258$ 2,136,229$ 8.4%3,131,935$ 3,534,081$ 402,146$ 12.8%Town Administration5 AppendixAppendixTown AdministrationIncludesHealthDepartmentandIncludes Health Department and Public Buildings6 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart Organization Chart ––Town AdministrationTown AdministrationTown ManagerAssistant Town ManagerProject AdministratorRecords AccessCustomer ServiceMi t T kRecords Access OfficerCustomer Service SpecialistMinutes Taker7 FY2018 Budget DetailTown Administration8 FY2018Town Administration Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)pp1. Records Access Officer : $70,000 1. Professional Services (Staffing Assessment): $200,0002. Existing Staff Reclassification (various 2. Fast Ferry Connector: $50,000 in Town Admin budgetdepartments):$16 977plus$25 000paidoutofLicensePlateFunddepartments):$16,977plus$25,000 paid out of License Plate Fund3. Health Dept‐Seasonal Health Insp. (Add’l Hours): $9,300 3. Public Buildings – Repairs & Maintenance:‐Paid by the Food Service Revolver ‐Accessible Ramp for 2 FG (ADA): $20,000$‐Partial Waterproofing of 20 South Water Exterior: $15,000‐Painting Exterior of 4FG Police Station: $48,000‐Fire Station Upgrades (Egress/Female Shower): $45,000Capital ProjectsNone(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.Town Administration9 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN ADMINISTRATIONFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION01122 43250 FRANCHISE FEES (19,422)$ (4,661)$ (4,540)$ -$ (9,541) (51.7%)(19,400)$ (19,400)$ -$ 0.0%01122 43255 PERMIT APPLICATION FEE (3,260) (11,490) (21,580) (10,940) (12,110) 157.3%(11,500) (11,500) -$ 0.0%01122 43600 TRIAL COURT RENT (75,940) (73,550) (112,123) (20,184) (87,204) 21.5%(75,950) (100,000) 24,050$ 31.7%01122 43602 MA REG OF MV SPACE RENTAL (11,529) (9,222) (9,297) (5,380) (10,016) (10.2%)(9,500) (9,500) -$ 0.0%01122 43606 RENTAL FEES (36,000) (16,200) (16,200) - (22,800) (32.9%)(16,000) (16,200) 200$ 1.3%01122 43608 MV RENTAL AGENCY LICENSE (20,950) (13,750) (30,850) (13,500) (21,850) 21.3%(13,750) (21,500) 7,750$ 56.4%01122 43610 LEASE INCOME (12,495) (50,545) (32,445) (23,500) (31,828) 61.1%(15,000) (15,000) -$ 0.0%01122 43611 RENT 3 CHESTNUT ST (27,083) (25,000) (18,750) - (23,611) (16.8%)(25,000) (25,000) -$ 0.0%01122 43612 BOARD OF SELECTMEN LEASE (3,000) - (600) - (1,200) (55.3%)- - -$ na01122 43621 JETTIES CONCESSION FEE - - (56,153) (109,723) (18,718) na- (110,000) 110,000$ na01122 43622 CHILDREN'S BEACH CONCESSION F- - (25,627) - (8,542) na- (30,000) 30,000$ na01122 43623 SURFSIDE BEACH CONCESSION FE- - - (56,223) - na- (64,100) 64,100$ na01122 43624 FRANCIS ST BEACH CONCESSION F- - (8,279) (20,200) (2,760) na- (20,020) 20,020$ na01122 44101 LIQ LIC RES/INN AA (52,050) (25,950) (14,500) - (30,833) (47.2%)(32,000) (32,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44102 LIQ LIC RES/INN WM (3,200) (4,500) (1,600) - (3,100) (29.3%)(4,500) (4,500) -$ 0.0%01122 44103 LIQ LIC COMM VIT AA (164,500) (121,550) (145,050) (66,400) (143,700) (6.1%)(125,000) (125,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44104 LIQ LIC PKG STORE AA (27,200) (20,750) (20,750) (10,000) (22,900) (12.7%)(27,000) (27,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44105 LIQ LIC PKG STORE WM (7,400) (5,600) (5,400) (2,400) (6,133) (14.6%)(6,000) (6,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44106 LIQ LIC CLUB AA (28,800) (25,550) (16,900) (8,000) (23,750) (23.4%)(25,000) (25,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44107 LIQ LIC COM VIC W/M (10,800) (4,700) (10,700) (6,000) (8,733) (0.5%)(10,800) (10,800) -$ 0.0%01122 44108 COMMON VICT (7,775) (6,300) (6,700) (2,550) (6,925) (7.2%)(6,500) (6,500) -$ 0.0%01122 44109 MOBILE FOOD UNIT (700) (700) (1,200) (600) (867) 30.9%(700) (700) -$ 0.0%01122 44201 ENTERTAINMENT LICENSES (11,210) (7,715) (8,335) (4,225) (9,087) (13.8%)(8,500) (8,500) -$ 0.0%01122 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (1,076) (1,335) (5,085) (1,030) (2,499) 117.4%(1,300) (1,300) -$ 0.0%01122 44213 STREET VENDOR (1,200) (750) (1,050) (150) (1,000) (6.5%)(1,200) (1,200) -$ 0.0%01122 44216 PUBLIC ASSEMBLY PERMIT (885) (3,725) (3,675) (1,350) (2,762) 103.8%(3,700) (3,700) -$ 0.0%01122 44217 BEACH USE PERMIT (3,475) (5,600) (6,550) (2,725) (5,208) 37.3%(5,600) (5,600) -$ 0.0%01122 44218 TAXI LICENSE WAITING LIST (1,000) (1,040) (910) (10) (983) (4.6%)(1,000) (1,000) -$ 0.0%01122 44500 0THER BUSINESS PERMITS - - - - - na- - -$ na01122 44509 BOS PERMITS OVER THE ROAD (2,250) (1,450) (1,700) (1,000) (1,800) (13.1%)(2,250) (2,250) -$ 0.0%01122 44514 CLASS I LICENSE (100) (100) (100) (100) (100) 0.0%(100) (100) -$ 0.0%01122 44515 CLASS II LICENSE (500) (400) (300) (300) (400) (22.5%)(500) (500) -$ 0.0%01122 44516 CLASS III LICENSE (600) (300) (500) (400) (467) (8.7%)(600) (600) -$ 0.0%01122 46400 RMV CITATIONS (29,969) (27,765) (21,537) (15,063) (26,424) (15.2%)- - -$ na01122 48100 SALE OF INVENTORY & FIXED - - - - - na- - -$ na01122 48400 BOS MISC REVENUES (1,210) (1,678) (20) (4,272) (969) (87.1%)(1,200) (1,200) -$ 0.0%01122 48402 PHOTOCOPIES (8,899) (41) - - (2,980) (100.0%)(200) (200) -$ 0.0%01122 49000 REFUNDS - 2,055 - - 685 na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF REVENUE (574,477)$ (469,862)$ (609,005)$ (386,224)$ (551,115)$ 3.0%(449,750)$ (705,870)$ 256,120$ 56.9%1510 HEALTH DEPARTMENT01510 43220 WITNESS FEES -$ (1,650)$ -$ - (550) na-$ -$ -$ na01510 44204 TOBACCO SALES LICENSES (1,950) (1,550) (1,650) (2,400) (1,717) (8.0%)(1,600) (1,600) -$ 0.0%01510 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES (11,970) (9,375) (8,475) (1,200) (9,940) (15.9%)(9,500) (9,500) -$ 0.0%01510 44207 OTHER NON-BUS LICENSES (745) (15) (300) - (353) (36.5%)(100) (100) -$ 0.0%01510 44211 WEIGHTS & MEASURES FEES - - (21,760) - (7,253) na(10,000) (10,000) -$ 0.0%01510 44214 HEALTH LIC VICTULAR (1,200) - - - (400) (100.0%)(1,200) (1,200) -$ 0.0%01510 44215 HEALTH LIC LODG HSE (15,000) (12,900) (16,350) (3,800) (14,750) 4.4%(13,000) (13,000) -$ 0.0%01510 44219APPLICATION FEE- - - - - na- - -$ na10 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN ADMINISTRATIONFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTD01510 44506 HEALTH PERMITS SEPTIC(5,950) (9,650) (4,800) (2,400) (6,800) (10.2%)(9,500) (9,500) -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT GF REVENUES (36,815)$ (35,140)$ (53,335)$ (9,800)$ (41,763)$ 20.4%(44,900)$ (44,900)$ -$ 0.0%PERSONNEL EXPENSE1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION01122 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 486,242$ 535,553$ 579,299$ 293,952 533,698 9.2%685,900$ 678,000$ (7,900)$ (1.2%)01122 51300 OVERTIME 4,987 5,599 7,796 3,326 6,127 25.0%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%01122 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION - - - - - na- - -$ na01122 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 3,430 3,696 1,153 1,177 2,760 (42.0%)3,120 1,800 (1,320)$ (42.3%)01122 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 7,173 8,030 8,530 4,327 7,911 9.1%10,200 17,600 7,400$ 72.5%01122 51962 DEF COMP EMPLOYER CONTRIBUT 4,000 4,000 4,000 - 4,000 0.0%4,000 4,000 -$ 0.0%01122 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 505,832$ 556,878$ 600,777$ 302,783$ 554,496$ 9.0%713,220$ 711,400$ (1,820)$ (0.3%)1510 HEALTH DEPARTMENT01510 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 111,733$ 113,770$ 182,856$ 133,044 136,120 27.9%251,100$ 264,414$ 13,314$ 5.3%01510 51300 OVERTIME 1,164 382 - 141 515 (100.0%)- - -$ na01510 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 2,396 3,083 3,010 2,379 2,830 12.1%1,404 2,607 1,203$ 85.7%01510 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 5,517 15,379 5,443 6,714 8,780 (0.7%)7,341 9,640 2,299$ 31.3%01510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 750 733 2,774 2,063 1,419 92.4%3,800 3,900 100$ 2.6%01510 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HEALTH GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 121,560$ 133,347$ 194,083$ 144,341$ 149,663$ 26.4%263,645$ 280,561$ 16,916$ 6.4%OPERATING EXPENSE1122 TOWN ADMINISTRATION1122 52701 RENT/LSE:SAFE DEPOSIT BOX 57$ 47$ -$ - 35 (100.0%)50$ 50$ -$ 0.0%1122 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 76,737 145,016 134,160 224,217 118,638 32.2%375,000 600,000 225,000$ 60.0%1122 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 18,201 22,588 10,439 18,524 17,076 (24.3%)22,500 22,500 -$ 0.0%1122 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 23,374 32,272 17,558 7,767 24,402 (13.3%)35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0%1122 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 3,599 4,812 6,881 2,401 5,098 38.3%4,800 4,800 -$ 0.0%1122 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 5,015 3,891 3,352 1,775 4,086 (18.2%)4,000 4,000 -$ 0.0%1122 54302 BKDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES - - 2,102 - 701 na- - -$ na1122 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 600 600 713 670 638 9.0%700 700 -$ 0.0%1122 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXP - - - - - na- - -$ na1122 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 17,253 17,830 11,467 993 15,517 (18.5%)18,000 18,000 -$ 0.0%1122 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 11,330 4,733 1,858 2,149 5,973 (59.5%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1122 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - - - - na1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1122 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 5,815 2,812 8,212 4,846 5,613 18.8%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1122 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP2,287 902 8,597 - 3,929 93.9%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%1122 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TOWN ADMIN GF OPERATING EXPENSES 164,268$ 235,503$ 205,338$ 263,342$ 201,703$ 11.8%471,050$ 696,050$ 225,000$ 47.8%1151 LEGAL1151 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 500$ (500)$ 240$ - 80 (30.7%)-$ -$ -$ na1151 53102 GENERAL:LEGAL SERVICES 95,496 75,881 76,119 50,132 82,499 (10.7%)80,000 80,000 -$ 0.0%11 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN ADMINISTRATIONFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTD1151 53117 LEGAL-B.O.S. GENERAL245,834 327,392 260,991 113,147 278,072 3.0%285,000 285,000 -$ 0.0%1151 53118 LEGAL-B.O.S.-LABOR 22,960 23,000 31,071 37,205 25,677 16.3%23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0%1151 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 12,872 9,987 14,778 7,808 12,546 7.1%13,000 13,000 -$ 0.0%1151 57101 IN-STATE MISC TRAVEL - - - - - na- - -$ na1151 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL LEGAL GF OPERATING EXPENSES 377,662$ 435,760$ 383,200$ 208,291$ 398,874$ 0.7%401,000$ 401,000$ -$ 0.0%1192 PUBLIC BUILDINGS1192 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 269,145$ 307,761$ 294,013$ 134,779 290,306 4.5%400,000$ 400,000$ -$ 0.0%1192 52103 UTILITY:FUEL OIL 50,748 46,579 26,365 9,234 41,231 (27.9%)55,000 55,000 -$ 0.0%1192 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE 36,207 27,071 26,196 8,306 29,825 (14.9%)40,000 40,000 -$ 0.0%1192 52105 UTILITY:WATER 19,427 18,740 20,868 14,898 19,678 3.6%23,000 23,000 -$ 0.0%1192 52106 UTILITY:SEWER 17,638 16,250 17,425 9,644 17,104 (0.6%)20,000 20,000 -$ 0.0%1192 52107 UTILITY:LANDFILL - - 3,832 - 1,277 na- - -$ na1192 52108 LANDFILL FEES 3,731 5,226 - - 2,986 (100.0%)5,300 5,300 -$ 0.0%1192 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 66,433 58,533 94,210 35,043 73,058 19.1%105,000 233,000 128,000$ 121.9%1192 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 2,851 6,535 721 - 3,369 (49.7%)6,600 6,600 -$ 0.0%1192 52416 COPIER 10,367 8,445 7,310 3,072 8,707 (16.0%)11,000 11,000 -$ 0.0%1192 52426 REP&MAINT: TEEN CENTER - - - - - na- - -$ na1192 52704 RENT/LSE:FIRE ALARM 1,124 209 - - 444 (100.0%)- 1,200 1,200$ na1192 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 3,474 2,692 4,472 2,020 3,546 13.5%25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0%1192 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 33,064 66,989 82,521 39,342 60,858 58.0%70,000 70,000 -$ 0.0%1192 53106 GENERAL:CUSTODIAL 130,402 175,826 158,398 82,887 154,875 10.2%185,000 185,000 -$ 0.0%1192 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 42,648 75,893 45,455 29,985 54,665 3.2%80,000 80,000 -$ 0.0%1192 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES 37,793 44,311 51,655 14,226 44,586 16.9%40,000 55,000 15,000$ 37.5%SUBTOTAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS GF OPERATING EXPENSES 725,053$ 861,060$ 833,440$ 383,436$ 806,517$ 7.2%1,065,900$ 1,210,100$ 144,200$ 13.5%1510 HEALTH DEPARTMENT1510 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP -$ -$ 32$ - 11 na3,000$ 3,000$ -$ 0.0%1510 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 1,072 1,794 - 79 955 (100.0%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1510 52416 COPIER - - - - - na- - -$ na1510 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER - - - - - na500 - (500)$ (100.0%)1510 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 14,104 9,229 9,602 9,273 10,978 (17.5%)20,000 500 (19,500)$ (97.5%)1510 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 4,134 5,935 2,524 - 4,198 (21.9%)7,500 20,000 12,500$ 166.7%1510 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - 917 2,106 613 1,007 na5,000 7,500 2,500$ 50.0%1510 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - - - - - na1,000 5,000 4,000$ 400.0%1510 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 1,338 1,092 779 300 1,070 (23.7%)2,000 1,500 (500)$ (25.0%)1510 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - 120 4,119 1,148 1,413 na5,000 2,000 (3,000)$ (60.0%)1510 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ 755 - - - 252 (100.0%)- 7,000 7,000$ na1510 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 3,557 - 1,058 1,281 1,539 (45.5%)1,500 - (1,500)$ (100.0%)1510 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS - - - 592 - na750 1,500 750$ 100.0%1510 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 1,801 594 2,827 3,276 1,741 25.3%4,000 1,000 (3,000)$ (75.0%)1510 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 1,310 370 3,056 1,274 1,579 52.7%2,000 6,500 4,500$ 225.0%1510 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - 649 - 216 na- 4,500 4,500$ na1510 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 767 572 914 974 751 9.2%1,500 2,500 1,000$ 66.7%151058501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- 1,750 1,750$ na1510 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSE28,838$ 20,622$ 27,666$ 18,809$ 25,709$ (2.1%)58,750$ 69,250$ 10,500$ 17.9%1693 TOWN CLOCK12 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN ADMINISTRATIONFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTD1693 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY529$ 502$ 423$ 278 485 (10.6%)800$ 800$ -$ 0.0%1693 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT - - - - - na100 100 -$ 0.0%1693 52702 RENT/LSE:BUILDING 1,000 1,000 - 1,250 667 (100.0%)2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0%1693 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 980 - 1,063 - 681 4.2%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL TOWN CLOCK OPERATING EXPENSES 2,509$ 1,502$ 1,486$ 1,528$ 1,832$ (23.0%)4,700$ 4,700$ -$ 0.0%27122 SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS27122 48400 MISC REVENUE (38,300)$ (46,165)$ (49,970)$ (27,140) (44,812) 14.2%(46,200)$ (46,200)$ -$ 0.0%27122 49000 REFUNDS - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS REVEN(38,300)$ (46,165)$ (49,970)$ (27,140)$ (44,812)$ 14.2%(46,200)$ (46,200)$ -$ 0.0%27122 51100 SALARY:PERMANENT 37,488$ 23,311$ 36,769$ 19,637 32,523 (1.0%)42,600$ 42,300$ (300)$ (0.7%)27122 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 13,615 19,382 21,922 16,608 18,306 26.9%18,000 29,100 11,100$ 61.7%27122 51551 CERTIFICATION PAY 832 - - - 277 (100.0%)624 - (624)$ (100.0%)27122 51700 LONGEVITY 3,620 - - - 1,207 (100.0%)1,842 - (1,842)$ (100.0%)27122 51701 INS PREM: MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 2,465 - - - 822 (100.0%)2,600 2,600 -$ 0.0%27122 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 407 624 853 526 628 44.7%900 1,100 200$ 22.2%27122 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,060 228 - - 429 (100.0%)500 500 -$ 0.0%27122 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS 21,187$ (2,619)$ 9,573$ 9,631$ 9,380$ (32.8%)20,866$ 29,400$ 8,534$ 40.9%VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL -$ (20,866)$ (29,400)$ TOTAL SEASONAL FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS (2,619)$ 9,573$ 9,631$ 3,477$ na-$ -$ 27510 SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS27510 48400 MISC REVENUE (51,705)$ (54,550)$ (93,535)$ (53,045) (66,597) 34.5%(54,550) (54,550)$ -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS REVENUE (51,705)$ (54,550)$ (93,535)$ (53,045)$ (66,597)$ 34.5%(54,550)$ (54,550)$ -$ 0.0%27510 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 91,126$ 77,244$ 140,118$ 40,155 102,829 24.0%74,800$ 76,320$ 1,520$ 2.0%27510 51551 CERTIFICATION PAY - - - - - na1,092 - (1,092)$ (100.0%)27510 51700 LONGEVITY - - 4,158 4,158 1,386 na1,612 - (1,612)$ (100.0%)27510 51701 INS PREM: MEDICAL BLUE CROSS 7,887 - - - 2,629 (100.0%)8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0%27510 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 813 483 2,092 643 1,129 60.4%1,100 1,100 -$ 0.0%27510 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 3,482 - - 1,161 na- - -$ na27510 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS 48,121$ 26,660$ 52,833$ (8,089)$ 42,538$ 4.8%32,054$ 30,870$ (1,184)$ (3.7%)VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL -$ (32,054)$ (30,870)$ TOTAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONS -$ -$ -$ -$ na-$ -$ 13 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01122Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 8Part-time 5Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 0New Positions Requested 1TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 14Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeGIBSON, L TOWN MANAGER 40.00 SL01 Contract 09/19/17 157,400 0 0 0 0 4,000 161,400TIVNAN, G ASST. TOWN MANAGER 40.00 SL03 Contract 03/22/18 123,100 0 0 0 0 0 123,100MOONEY, E. PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 40.00 SL11 Non-Union 12/01/17 76,100 0 0 0 0 0 76,100NORTON, T. MINUTE TAKER 35.00 SL06 S1 Step 8 03/26/18 60,000 1,800 0 0 0 0 61,800BRIDGES, J PUBLIC OUTREACH COORDINATOR 40.00 SL12 Non-Union 10/24/17 64,700 0 0 0 0 0 64,700CABRAL, K. CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT 40.00 SL13 Non-Union 09/08/17 54,100 0 0 0 0 0 54,100SINATRA, L ENERGY COORDINATOR 40.00 PW76 Non-Union 07/01/17 53,600 0 0 0 0 0 53,600RULLO, F. - Funding Requested RECORDS ACCESS OFFICER 40.00 SL13 Non-Union 12/02/17 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 70,000KELLY, J. BOS CHAIRMAN (AS SCHEDULED) SL95 Non-Union N/A 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,000ATHERTON, R. BOS (AS SCHEDULED) SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500DECOSTA, R. BOS (AS SCHEDULED) SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500FEE, M. BOS (AS SCHEDULED) SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500HOLDGATE, D. BOS (AS SCHEDULED) SL95 Non-Union N/A 3,500 0 0 0 0 0 3,500678,000520,6001,8000004,000010,0001,214,40017,6001,232,000Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)Town AdministrationTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)14 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01510Number of Positions in DepartmentApportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector1Apportioned Salary of Health Inspector1Full Time2Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS4NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOther**Total byEmployeeSANTAMARIA, R.HEALTH INSPECTOR26.00 HE01 CONTRACT 08/03/17112,30000000 112,30035% of salary billed to Septic System Inspection(39,300)00000 (39,300)CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR 9.38HE06 SC Step 9 07/15/17105,700 5,29001,56400 112,55440% of Salary billed to Health Food Inspection Fund 27122 (42,300) (2,110)0(626) 00 (45,036)35% of salary billed to Septic System Inspection(37,000) (1,850)0(547) 00 (39,397)LAFAVRE, K.PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR 35.00 HE07 SB Step 2 08/06/1780,900 2,43001,04300 84,373BARRETT, A.ADMIN SPECIALIST40.00 HE24 S2 Step 8 05/21/1875,400 3,0200000 78,420Seasonal Health Inspector (Increased hrs requested) SEAS. HEALTH INSPECTOR 40hrs/15wks HE2529,10029,100Paid by Food Service Revolver(29,100)(29,100)255,70006,78001,4340000263,9143,800267,714Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)Health DepartmentTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)15 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27122SEASONAL FOOD INSPECTION REVOLVERMGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2Number of Positions in DepartmentApportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 1Part-time0Seasonal1Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeORG: 27122SEASONAL SEASONAL ASST INSPECTOR 40HRS / 15 WKS HE25 TW Article 7 n/a 19,800 0 0 0 0 0 19,800Add'l Hours Requested SEASONAL ASST INSPECTOR 40HRS/7.5WKS 9,3009,300CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR 16.00 HE06 SC Step 9 07/15/17 42,300 2,115 626 45,040ORG:27122Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)42,300Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)29,100Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)2,115Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) 626Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)1,500Salary Subtotal75,640Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)1,100Total Personnel Services 76,740SEASONAL FOOD INSPECTION REVOLVER16 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG:27510SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTIONSMGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2Number of Positions in DepartmentApportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector 1Apportioned Salary of Health Inspector 1Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeORG:27510Existing StaffSANTAMARIA, R.HEALTH INSPECTOR14.00 HE01CONTRACT08/03/1739,30700000 39,307CROWLEY, A ASST. HEALTH INSPECTOR12.25 HE06SC Step 907/15/1739,407 1,850054741,805ORG:27510Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)78,714Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)1,850Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551) 547Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate) 0Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0Salary Subtotal81,112Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)1,200Total Personnel Services 82,312SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTION REVOLVER17 TOWN OF NANTUCKETMODERATOR - OPERATING EXPENSEFY2018 BUDGET (PROPOSED)BUDGETBUDGET FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORGOBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS BUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01114 MODERATOR1114 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES1,497 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 - 0.0%1,497 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 - 0.0%TOTAL MODERATOR18 TOWN OF NANTUCKETMODERATOR - SALARY EXPENSESFY2018 BUDGET (PROPOSED)BUDGETBUDGET FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORGOBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS BUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01114 MODERATOR1114 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT175 172 175 175 175 175 - 0.0%1114 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX3 3 3 3 5 5 - 0.0%178 175 178 178 180 180 - 0.0%TOTAL MODERATOR19 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01114Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time0Part-time1Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITION1Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeALGER, SMODERATOR (PER DIEM) MO95TW Article 7N/A17500000175 175000000001755180Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)ModeratorTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)20 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetFinance Department21 FY2017Finance Department Review•Mission–ItisthemissionoftheFinanceDepartmenttomanagetheTown’sfinancesandprovideaccurateandtimely financial services and information to citizens and internal departments in accordance withTown, State and all other applicable laws and regulations. This will be accomplished through the useof current and future technologies as well as staff development.•Goals–Accounting:Generatereliablefinancialstatementsthatarefreefrombiastoprovideinformationformanagement decisions as well as provide citizens and governmental agencies with a state of theTdCt’fi i litiTown andCounty’sfinancialposition.–Assessing: Examine options for streamlining the data collection process including the use of thelatest technology in preparation for the Fiscal Year 2018/19 revaluation.–Budget: Provide the necessary support for the successful development and implementation of theannualoperatingbudgetandcapitalimprovementprogramannualoperatingbudgetandcapitalimprovementprogram.Facilitate staff and citizen awareness of the budgetary process through enhanced communicationtools and public forums.–Treasury: Meet the needs of internal staff/employees and external vendors by providing accuratefinancialprocessingservicesinatimelyandefficientmanner.financialprocessingservicesinatimelyandefficientmanner.FINANCE DEPARTMENT22 FY2017(’)Finance Department Review (cont’d)•Initiatives and Accomplishments–Received unqualified opinion on FY2016 audit–Completed implementation of FY2015 management letter responses–Submitted CAFR to MGFOA for FY2016. Participated in Excellence in Financial Reporting Award program. Received for both FY2014 and FY2015.–Ratings review by S&P. Received AA+ rating, which is second highest, one notch below AAAFINANCE DEPARTMENT23 FY2018Finance Department Overview •Priorities–Continue to 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 ChangesYear‐to‐YearSignificant Changes YeartoYear–New Growth, certified each year, was $1,270,680 for FY 2017–Revaluation Costs for professional services occur within two years of revaluation (Ex. FY 2016 revaluation requires increase in professional services for FY 2014 and FY 2015).–GASB45/OPEBValuationrequired everytwoyears($5,000‐$6,000)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 Long‐Term Capital Financing Plan–DevelopmentofaProcurementOffice–Development of a Procurement OfficeFINANCE DEPARTMENT24 FY2018 BudgetFinance Department3‐YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGET BUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17 YTD Payroll Salary $     1,426,135 $     1,485,408 $     1,539,603 $        779,664 $      1,483,715 3.9%$          1,725,031 $          1,800,551 $         75,520 4.4%y y$,,$,,$,,$ ,$,,$,,$,,$ ,Overtime 862 7,539 15 5 2,805 (1)‐‐‐naMedicare P/R Tax 20,938 16,346 22,325 11,303 19,869 0 25,100 26,100 1,000 4.0%Medical Insurance ‐‐2 2 1 na ‐‐‐naRep & Maint 153 ‐464 ‐206 1 1,500 1,500 ‐0.0%Copier/Printing 19,395 7,432 15,785 11,789 14,204 (0)23,050 23,050 ‐0.0%Prof Services 164,799 317,009 245,414 83,737 242,407 0 315,600 515,600 200,000 63.4%TravelExpenses17 2608 5085 9901 73610 586(0)27 00027 00000%Travel Expenses 17,260 8,508 5,990 1,736 10,586 (0)27,000 27,000 ‐0.0%Supplies 18,259 21,487 15,408 9,632 18,385 (0)24,500 24,500 ‐0.0%Equipment 7,773 18,183 20,577 1,185 15,511 1 7,500 7,500 ‐0.0%Rent/Lease Expenses 3,305 3,305 2,517 1,747 3,042 (0)3,310 3,310 ‐0.0%Other 108,185 145,362 138,695 22,804 130,747 0 154,430 154,430 ‐0.0%TOTAL FINANCE DEPARTMENT $     1,787,064 $     2,030,578 $     2,145,876 $     2,145,876 $      1,987,839 9.6%$          2,145,876 $          2,583,541 $       437,665 20.4%FINANCE DEPARTMENT25 AppendixAppendixFinance Department26 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart Organization Chart ––Finance DepartmentFinance DepartmentDirector of Municipal FinanceAsst. DirectorOf Municipal FinanceAssistant Procurement OfficerAssessorAbatementCollectorTreasurerAiAssistant Town AccountantStaffFinancial AnalystField AssessorAssistant AssessorAbatement Advisory CommitteeAssistant CollectorCollectionsAssistant TreasurerPayroll AdministratorOperations / BkkStaff Accountant(Vacant ‐Unfunded)Administrative Asst.Cash ReceiptsBookkeeperAccounting Clerk (Qty 2)Senior ClerkAccounts Payable Clerk27 FY2018 Budget DetailFINANCE DEPARTMENT28 FY2018Finance Department Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)None (shifting Procurement Officer funding 1. Professional Services (revaluation): $200,000from Town Administration to Finance)(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.FINANCE DEPARTMENT29 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1133 FINANCE DEPARTMENT1133 41001 2001 PERSONAL PROPERTY-$ (155)$ (15)$ - (56) na- - -$ na1133 41002 2002 PERSONAL PROPERTY28 (165) (44) - (60) na- - -$ na1133 41003 2003 PERSONAL PROPERTY(66) (57) - - (41) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41004 2004 PERSONAL PROPERTY(51) (80) - - (44) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41005 2005 PERSONAL PROPERTY- (190) (13) (12) (68) na- - -$ na1133 41006 2006 PERSONAL PROPERTY117 (344) (174) 73 (134) na- - -$ na1133 41007 2007 PERSONAL PROPERTY(70) (214) (278) (186) (187) 99.5%- - -$ na1133 41008 2008 PERSONAL PROPERTY(487) (366) (448) (214) (434) (4.1%)- - -$ na1133 41009 2009 PERSONAL PROPERTY(1,352) (1,424) (1,050) (898) (1,275) (11.9%)- - -$ na1133 41010 2010 PERSONAL PROPERTY(2,700) (1,720) (1,814) (366) (2,078) (18.0%)- - -$ na1133 41011 2011 PERSONAL PROPERTY(7,527) (2,163) (2,786) (2,025) (4,158) (39.2%)- - -$ na1133 41012 2012 PERSONAL PROPERTY(9,418) (3,156) (3,485) (2,217) (5,353) (39.2%)- - -$ na1133 41013 2013 PERSONAL PROPERTY(2,136) (5,082) (4,931) (2,289) (4,050) 51.9%- - -$ na1133 41014 2014 PERSONAL PROPERTY(1,283,468) (39,731) (8,582) (3,590) (443,927) (91.8%)- - -$ na1133 41015 2015 PERSONAL PROPERTY(413) (1,344,916) (38,952) (4,125) (461,427) 870.7%- - -$ na1133 41016 2016 PERSONAL PROPERTY- (1,116) (1,311,755) (14,569) (437,623) na- - -$ na1133 41017 2017 PERSONAL PROPERTY(558) (746,526) (558) na (1,632,421)$ - (1,632,421)$ (100.0%)1133 41018 2018 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - - na(1,526,444) 1,526,444$ na1133 41089 1989 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - (65) - (22) na- - -$ na1133 41090 1990 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41091 1991 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41092 1992 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41097 1997 PERSONAL PROPERTY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41099 1999 PERSONAL PROPERTY(42) - - - (14) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41100 2000 PERSONAL PROPERTY(170) (83) - (17) (84) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41101 2001 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41102 2002 REAL ESTATE TAX - - (113) - (38) na- - -$ na1133 41103 2003 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41104 2004 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41105 2005 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41106 2006 REAL ESTATE TAX 125 (24) - - 34 (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41107 2007 REAL ESTATE TAX - (4) - - (1) na- - -$ na1133 41108 2008 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41109 2009 REAL ESTATE TAX (10,074) - - - (3,358) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41110 2010 REAL ESTATE TAX (10,553) (25,486) - - (12,013) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41111 2011 REAL ESTATE TAX (18,470) (44,528) (5,735) - (22,911) (44.3%)- - -$ na1133 41112 2012 REAL ESTATE TAX (372,726) (91,959) (20,397) (5,423) (161,694) (76.6%)- - -$ na1133 41113 2013 REAL ESTATE TAX (1,051,013) (334,559) (14,709) (3,254) (466,760) (88.2%)- - -$ na1133 41114 2014 REAL ESTATE TAX (60,993,749) (1,659,313) (37,740) (14,765) (20,896,934) (97.5%)- - -$ na1133 41115 2015 REAL ESTATE TAX (16,959) (62,514,913) (1,492,310) (104,911) (21,341,394) 838.1%- - -$ na1133 41116 2016 REAL ESTATE TAX - (49,752) (65,916,305) (837,208) (21,988,686) na- - -$ na1133 41117 2017 REAL ESTATE TAX - (42,080) (35,361,438) (21,040) na (72,568,546)$ - (72,568,546)$ (100.0%)1133 41118 2018 REAL ESTATE TAX - - - - na(76,845,188) 76,845,188$ na1133 41192 1992 REAL ESTATE TAX(132) (55) - - (63) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41193 1993 REAL ESTATE TAX(152) (207) - - (120) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41194 1994 REAL ESTATE TAX(154) (470) - - (208) (100.0%)- - -$ na30 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY171133 41195 1995 REAL ESTATE TAX(159) (197) - - (119) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41196 1996 REAL ESTATE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41197 1997 REAL ESTATE TAX- - (263) - (88) na- - -$ na1133 41198 1998 REAL ESTATE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41199 1999 REAL ESTATE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41200 2000 REAL ESTATE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41203 GOLF VIEW DRIVE BETTERMENT(7,364) (7,646) (11,939) (188) (8,983) 27.3%- - -$ na1133 41204 GOLF VIEW DRIVE INTEREST(53) (5) (2,081) (3) (713) 526.6%- - -$ na1133 41207APPLETON RD BETTERMENT- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41210 SHEEP POND RD BETTERMENT(33,960) (13,633) (1,274) (67) (16,289) (80.6%)- - -$ na1133 41301 LANDFILL 1997 (11,104) (16,474) (75,201) (7,387) (34,259) 160.2%- - -$ na1133 41420 TAX LIENS REDEEMED(211,131) (602,805) (293,016) (272,992) (368,984) 17.8%- - -$ na1133 41485 1985 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41486 1986 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41487 1987 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41488 1988 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - (432) (141) (144) na- - -$ na1133 41489 1989 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41500 1990 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41501 1991 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(13) - - - (4) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41502 1992 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(6) - (16) - (7) 66.8%- - -$ na1133 41503 1993 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41550 2000 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(56) (46) (122) (138) (75) 47.5%- - -$ na1133 41551 2001 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(504) (122) (144) (55) (257) (46.5%)- - -$ na1133 41552 2002 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(385) (134) (235) (96) (251) (21.9%)- - -$ na1133 41553 2003 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(289) (130) (605) - (341) 44.7%- - -$ na1133 41554 2004 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(187) (194) (493) (42) (291) 62.5%- - -$ na1133 41555 2005 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC58 (514) (285) - (247) na- - -$ na1133 41556 2006 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(384) (111) (373) (304) (290) (1.5%)- - -$ na1133 41557 2007 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(500) (183) (249) (584) (310) (29.4%)- - -$ na1133 41558 2008 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(1,694) (1,017) (668) (438) (1,126) (37.2%)- - -$ na1133 41559 2009 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(1,526) (582) (635) (310) (915) (35.5%)- - -$ na1133 41560 2010 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(2,520) (990) (652) (118) (1,387) (49.1%)- - -$ na1133 41561 2011 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC8,886 (1,087) (1,261) (450) 2,179 na- - -$ na1133 41562 2012 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(19,898) 2,849 (3,505) (268) (6,851) (58.0%)- - -$ na1133 41563 2013 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(561,169) (23,703) 8,045 (762) (192,275) na- - -$ na1133 41564 2014 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(1,863,747) (476,351) (25,637) (3,786) (788,578) (88.3%)- - -$ na1133 41565 2015 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- (2,010,083) (483,490) (19,115) (831,191) na- - -$ na1133 41566 2016 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - (2,164,133) (507,663) (721,378) na- -$ na1133 41567 2017 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na (2,150,000)$ - (2,150,000)$ (100.0%)1133 41568 2018 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- - - - - na(2,400,000) 2,400,000$ na1133 41594 1994 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(5) - - - (2) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41595 1995 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(167) - - - (56) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41596 1996 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(218) - - - (73) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41597 1997 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(155) (195) - - (117) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41598 1998 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC- (130) - - (43) na- - -$ na1133 41599 1999 MOTOR VEHICLE EXC(5) - (17) - (7) 82.6%- - -$ na1133 41600 2000 BOAT EXCISE TAX(160) (146) (45) (120) (117) (47.0%)- - -$ na1133 41601 2001 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41602 2002 BOAT EXCISE TAX(49) (13) (50) - (37) 1.3%- - -$ na1133 41603 2003 BOAT EXCISE TAX- (87) - - (29) na- - -$ na31 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY171133 41604 2004 BOAT EXCISE TAX(19) (107) (12) - (46) (19.1%)- - -$ na1133 41605 2005 BOAT EXCISE TAX(10) (42) (27) - (26) 62.8%- - -$ na1133 41606 2006 BOAT EXCISE TAX(10) (19) (27) (8) (19) 62.8%- - -$ na1133 41607 2007 BOAT EXCISE TAX(90) (167) (93) (46) (116) 1.9%- - -$ na1133 41608 2008 BOAT EXCISE TAX(82) (156) (58) (47) (98) (15.6%)- - -$ na1133 41609 2009 BOAT EXCISE TAX(268) (290) (60) (19) (206) (52.9%)- - -$ na1133 41610 2010 BOAT EXCISE TAX(119) (241) (61) (19) (140) (28.1%)- - -$ na1133 41611 2011 BOAT EXCISE TAX(236) (258) (128) (19) (207) (26.3%)- - -$ na1133 41612 2012 BOAT EXCISE TAX(866) (1,960) (60) (20) (962) (73.6%)- - -$ na1133 41613 2013 BOAT EXCISE TAX(32,095) (2,011) (262) (24) (11,456) (91.0%)- - -$ na1133 41614 2014 BOAT EXCISE TAX- (33,793) (920) (97) (11,571) na- - -$ na1133 41615 2015 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - (34,290) (186) (11,430) na- - -$ na1133 41616 2016 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - (19,008) - na- -$ na1133 41617 2017 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - - - na (34,000)$ - (34,000)$ (100.0%)1133 41618 2018 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - - - na(34,000) 34,000$ na1133 41620 FARM EXCISE TAXES- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41695 1995 BOAT EXCISE TAX(8) - (38) - (15) 117.6%- - -$ na1133 41696 1996 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - (38) - na- - -$ na1133 41697 1997 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 41698 1998 BOAT EXCISE TAX(120) - - - (40) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41699 1999 BOAT EXCISE TAX(145) (146) - (70) (97) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 41910 ROOMS TAX(2,582,944) (3,041,496) (3,428,604) (3,261,561) (3,017,681) 15.2%(2,566,000) (3,020,000) 454,000$ 17.7%1133 41912 LOCAL MEALS TAX(860,798) (908,283) (997,903) (892,152) (922,328) 7.7%(900,000) (900,000) -$ 0.0%1133 41800 PAYMENT IN LEIU TAX(192,003) (31,328) (33,231) (7,596) (85,521) (58.4%)(7,330) (7,330) -$ 0.0%1133 41710 P&I RE (424,696) (489,976) (381,920) (172,189) (432,197) (5.2%)(425,000) (425,000) -$ 0.0%1133 41720 P&I EXCISE(105,401) (108,692) (142,208) (69,247) (118,767) 16.2%(105,000) (105,000) -$ 0.0%1133 41730 P&I EXCISE TAX LIEN(68,179) (283,455) (132,775) (104,351) (161,470) 39.6%(69,000) (69,000) -$ 0.0%1133 41740 P&I BOAT (135) (793) (357) (90) (428) 62.7%(140) (140) -$ 0.0%1133 43201 TAX COLL MUNICIPAL LIEN CERT(28,375) (27,080) (28,200) (16,175) (27,885) (0.3%)(28,400) (28,400) -$ 0.0%1133 43202 TREASURER ADMINISTRATIVE FEES(410) (807) (217) (169) (478) (27.2%)(335) (335) -$ 0.0%1133 43204ADVERTISING REIMBURSEMENT FEES- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 43205 MMA REIMBURSEMENT FEES- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 43211 MEDICARE D REIMBURSEMENT FEE- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46140 CSI B9 VET, BLIND & SPOUSE(4,797) (3,683) (6,045) (11) (4,842) 12.3%(22) (22) -$ 0.0%1133 46150 CSI C14 REIMBURSEMENT BLIND- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46160 CSI B10 REIMBURSEMENT ELDERLY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46180 UNRESTRICTED AID(68,601) (70,504) (73,041) (38,091) (70,715) 3.2%(73,041) (73,041) -$ 0.0%1133 46202 CSI A.1 CH70 SCHOOL AID(1,422,222) (2,126,945) (2,980,944) (1,533,537) (2,176,704) 44.8%(2,980,944) (3,071,398) 90,454$ 3.0%1133 46301 CSI A.5 CHARTER TUITION ASMENT REI- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46302 CSI A5 CHARTER SCH CAP FAC RE- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46600 CSI A6 SCHOOL LNCH CH 871 - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46602 CSI A2 SCHOOL TRANS CH 71 - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46610 CSI PUB LIBRARIES CH78(6,294) - - - (2,098) (100.0%)(8,318) (8,318) -$ 0.0%1133 46615 CSI B6 POLICE CAREER INCENTIVE- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46670 CSI B8 VETERANS BENEFITS- - - - - na(2,215) (2,215) -$ 0.0%1133 46710 CSI B1 LOTTERY- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 46991 CSI B11 STATE OWNED LAND(209,457) (116,162) (106,482) (57,390) (144,034) (28.7%)(116,162) (116,162) -$ 0.0%1133 46992 OTHER STATE FUNDS- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 48201 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS(110,449) (172,382) (124,002) (97,462) (135,611) 6.0%(110,500) (145,000) 34,500$ 31.2%1133 47201 COUNTY GRANTS - - - - - na- - -$ na32 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY171133 48400 FINANCE COPIES & MIS(10,197) (10,811) (13,024) (5,354) (11,344) 13.0%(10,200) (10,200) -$ 0.0%1133 48401 TELEPHONE - - - - - na- - -$ na1133 48422 MISC NON RECURRING(112) (475) (895,315) (8,003) (298,634) 8,822.5%- - -$ na1133 48500 UNIDENTIFIED CASH(20,436) - - - (6,812) (100.0%)- - -$ na1133 48501 TC - UNDESIGNATED RECEIPTS(7,427) 42,478 (2,210) (2,543) 10,947 (45.5%)- - -$ na1133 48600 RDS RETIREE DRUG SUBSIDY(49,245) (44,762) (11,388) - (35,131) (51.9%)(49,245) (11,250) (37,995)$ (77.2%)1133 49102 PROCEEDS FROM BOND SALE- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 49104 DEBT PREMIUM - (555) (35,307) (82,432) (11,954) na- - -$ na1133 49303 PREMIUM FOR 12/2003 BOND SALE- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 49400 DISPOSITION OF FIXED ASSETS- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 49600 INTEREST RECV ON BONDS SOLD- - - - - na- - -$ na1133 49901 INDIRECT COSTS(1,024,631) - - (619,300) (341,544) (100.0%)- - -$ naSUBTOTAL FINANCE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUE(73,720,951)$ (76,710,857)$ (81,392,321)$ (44,906,238)$ (77,274,710)$ 5.1% (83,836,819)$ (88,798,443)$ 4,961,624$ 6%1147 TREASURER1147 48201 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS-$ -$ -$ - - na- - -$ na1147 48400 MISC REVENUES- (6) - - (2) na- - -$ na1147 48422 MISCELLANEOUS NON RECURRING- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TREASURER REVENUES-$ (6)$ -$ -$ (2)$ na-$ -$ -$ naPERSONNEL EXPENSE1134 FINANCE & OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT1134 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT449,784$ 500,779$ 519,453$ 259,057 490,005 7.5%691,300 781,300 90,000$ 13.0%1134 51300 OVERTIME 862 6,795 15 - 2,558 (86.8%)- - -$ na1134 51700 LONGEVITY PAY8,648 4,103 9,439 1,252 7,397 4.5%9,320 2,880 (6,440)$ (69.1%)1134 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX6,906 3,258 7,669 3,775 5,944 5.4%10,200 11,400 1,200$ 11.8%1134 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL FINANCE & OPERATIONS PERSONNEL EXPENSES 466,200$ 514,934$ 536,577$ 264,084$ 505,904$ 7.3%710,820$ 795,580$ 84,760$ 12%1141 ASSESSOR1141 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT371,764$ 370,862$ 377,355$ 186,582 373,327 0.7%399,100 398,200 (900)$ (0.2%)1141 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY- - 600 - 200 na1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0%1141 51300 OVERTIME - 744 - - 248 na- - -$ na1141 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION1,114 1,239 1,529 793 1,294 17.1%1,560 1,564 4$ 0.3%1141 51700 LONGEVITY PAY14,250 16,112 15,088 14,981 15,150 2.9%15,361 15,610 249$ 1.6%1141 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX5,613 4,499 5,721 2,934 5,278 1.0%6,100 6,000 (100)$ (1.6%)1141 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL ASSESSOR PERSONNEL EXPENSES392,741$ 393,456$ 400,293$ 205,291$ 395,497$ 1.0%423,921$ 423,174$ (747)$ (0%)1145 COLLECTOR1145 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT241,368$ 248,810$ 276,732$ 149,823 255,636 7.1%300,300 292,800 (7,500)$ (2.5%)1145 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION1,043 1,043 1,046 529 1,044 0.1%2,040 2,043 3$ 0.1%1145 51700 LONGEVITY PAY8,261 10,655 9,075 10,858 9,330 4.8%9,980 11,170 1,190$ 11.9%1145 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX3,665 3,777 4,159 2,338 3,867 6.5%4,500 4,400 (100)$ (2.2%)33 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17SUBTOTAL COLLECTOR PERSONNEL EXPENSES254,336$ 264,285$ 291,011$ 163,547$ 269,877$ 7.0%316,820$ 310,413$ (6,407)$ (2%)1147 TREASURER1147 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT320,010$ 322,814$ 320,510$ 147,124 321,111 0.1%284,400 287,500 3,100$ 1.1%1147 51300 OVERTIME - - - 5 - na- - -$ na1147 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION807 886 523 264 739 (19.5%)1,520 1,521 1$ 0.1%1147 51700 LONGEVITY PAY9,088 8,106 8,254 8,401 8,483 (4.7%)8,350 4,163 (4,187)$ (50.1%)1147 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX4,754 4,811 4,775 2,257 4,780 0.2%4,300 4,300 -$ 0.0%1147 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TREASURER PERSONNEL EXPENSES334,658$ 336,618$ 334,062$ 158,051$ 335,112$ (0.1%)298,570$ 297,484$ (1,086)$ (0%)OPERATING EXPENSE1134 FINANCE & OPERATIONS1134 52416 COPIER4,137$ 4,658$ 5,464$ 5,251 4,753 14.9%6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0%1134 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES92,242 93,632 114,664 50,253 100,179 11.5%147,000 147,000 -$ 0.0%1134 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING(40) 120 84 - 55 na- - -$ na1134 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 128 276 315 286 239 57.0%300 300 -$ 0.0%1134 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT1,183 1,250 1,389 129 1,274 8.4%1,300 1,300 -$ 0.0%1134 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES8,280 11,039 8,326 6,884 9,215 0.3%11,500 11,500 -$ 0.0%1134 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL7,536 1,902 1,734 264 3,724 (52.0%)7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0%1134 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA3,528 914 1,235 180 1,892 (40.8%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1134 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL- 2,188 - - 729 na- - -$ na1134 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN555 2,826 270 270 1,217 (30.3%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1134 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP6,915 6,183 577 1,185 4,558 (71.1%)6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0%1134 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL FINANCE & OPERATIONS OPERATING EXPENSES124,464$ 124,988$ 134,057$ 64,702$ 127,837$ 3.8%188,100$ 188,100$ -$ 0%1131 FINANCE COMMITTEE1131 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES3,471$ 15,799$ 8,455$ - 9,242 56.1%3,500 3,500 -$ 0.0%1131 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING- - - - - na- - -$ na1131 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING13,824 1,500 9,044 5,904 8,123 (19.1%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0%1131 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES12 13 - - 8 (100.0%)- - -$ na1131 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN176 176 176 176 176 0.0%180 180 -$ 0.0%1131 58501ADD EQ: NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL FINANCE COMMITTEE OPERATING EXPENSES17,482$ 17,488$ 17,675$ 6,080$ 17,548$ 0.5%18,680$ 18,680$ -$ 0%1141 ASSESSOR1141 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE153$ -$ 464$ - 206 74.2%1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%1141 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES43,967 178,473 96,273 17,150 106,237 48.0%125,000 325,000 200,000$ 160.0%1141 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING575 192 216 - 328 (38.7%)600 600 -$ 0.0%1141 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - 500 1,710 - 737 na- - -$ na1141 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES2,903 3,539 2,448 178 2,963 (8.2%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1141 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS- - 325 - 108 na500 500 -$ 0.0%1141 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL3,443 1,421 1,291 338 2,052 (38.8%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%34 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFINANCE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY171141 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA1,830 500 531 816 954 (46.1%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1141 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN425 425 440 250 430 1.7%500 500 -$ 0.0%1141 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP858 12,000 20,000 - 10,953 382.8%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL ASSESSOR OPERATING EXPENSES54,153$ 197,050$ 123,699$ 18,732$ 124,967$ 51.1%142,100$ 342,100$ 200,000$ 141%1145 COLLECTOR1145 52416 COPIER1,276$ 1,275$ 1,277$ 515 1,276 0.1%1,300 1,300 -$ 0.0%1145 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER3,305 3,305 2,517 1,747 3,042 (12.7%)3,310 3,310 -$ 0.0%1145 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES24,094 26,230 25,167 15,233 25,164 2.2%36,500 36,500 -$ 0.0%1145 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING- - - - - na- - -$ na1145 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING158 - - 118 53 (100.0%)250 250 -$ 0.0%1145 53155 DEPUTY COLLECTOR FEES478 (478) - - - (100.0%)- - -$ na1145 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 43,500 50,000 27,950 20,246 40,483 (19.8%)50,000 50,000 -$ 0.0%1145 53802 OTHER:DEEDS,PROBATES,REC225 150 - - 125 (100.0%)250 250 -$ 0.0%1145 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES5,374 4,865 3,901 2,506 4,713 (14.8%)5,500 5,500 -$ 0.0%1145 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS- - - - - na- - -$ na1145 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL- 252 - - 84 na1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%1145 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA85 509 690 138 428 184.9%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1145 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN15 65 65 65 48 108.2%100 100 -$ 0.0%1145 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS750 972 972 872 898 13.8%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1145 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- - -$ na1145 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL COLLECTOR OPERATING EXPENSES79,259$ 87,145$ 62,539$ 41,441$ 76,315$ (11.2%)100,710$ 100,710$ -$ 0%1147 TREASURER1147 52416 COPIER-$ -$ -$ - - na- - -$ na1147 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES1,025 2,875 855 1,100 1,585 (8.7%)3,600 3,600 -$ 0.0%1147 53402 COMM:POSTAGE - - - - - na- - -$ na1147 53803 OTHER:LICENSES & TAXES - - - - - na- - -$ na1147 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES1,691 2,031 733 64 1,485 (34.2%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%1147 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS- - 102 - 34 na- - -$ na1147 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL381 - - - 127 (100.0%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%1147 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA456 821 509 - 595 5.6%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%1147 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN235 807 50 50 364 (53.9%)300 300 -$ 0.0%1147 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS458 210 1,025 460 564 49.6%1,400 1,400 -$ 0.0%1147 57803 OTHER:BANK CHARGES59,522 87,871 103,606 - 83,666 31.9%95,000 95,000 -$ 0.0%1147 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - - - na- - -$ na1147 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TREASURER OPERATING EXPENSES63,769$ 94,614$ 106,880$ 1,674$ 88,421$ 29.5%107,300$ 107,300$ -$ 0%35 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01134Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 7Part-time 0Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 2New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 9Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY 2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeTURBITT, BRIAN DIRECTOR OF MUNICIPAL FINANCE 40.00 FN01 Contract 06/16/18 137,800 0 0 0 0 0 137,800VOLLANS, L. ASST. DIRECTOR OF MUNICIPAL FINANCE 40.00 FN02 Non-Union 10/13/17 96,300 0 0 0 0 0 96,300DICKINSON, R ASSISTANT TOWN ACCOUNTANT 40.00 FN15 Non-Union 04/01/18 93,800 0 0 0 0 0 93,800LINDNER, J. FINANCIAL ANALYST 40.00 FNBA Non-Union 04/19/18 85,600 0 0 0 0 0 85,600LAPIENE, R. ACCOUNTING CLERK 40.00 FN27 S2 Step 8 07/25/17 75,400 1,508 0 0 0 0 76,908ALTREUTER, P. AP CLERK 40.00 FN26 S1 Step 8 05/21/18 68,600 1,371 0 0 0 0 69,971GENEVA, SILVIA ACCOUNTING CLERK 40.00 FN27 S2 Step1 11/01/17 61,300 0 0 0 0 0 61,300VACANT - funded OPS COORDINATOR 40.00 FN06 SA Step 9 N/A 89,500 0 0 0 0 0 89,500VACANT - funded ASST. PROCUREMENT OFFICER 40.00 Non-Union N/A 73,00073,000VACANT - unfunded PROCUREMENT OFFICER SPECIALIST 40.00 Non-Union N/AVACANT - unfunded PROCUREMENT OFFICER SPECIALIST 40.00 Non-Union N/A781,30002,88000 0000784,18011,400795,580Salary SubtotalMedicare (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 & OperationsTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)36 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01141Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time5Part-time0Seasonal0Temporary3Vacancies0New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS8NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeDILWORTH, D ASSESSOR 35.00 FN07 SC Step 9 07/24/17 105,700 5,290 0 0 0 0 110,990TRIFERO, E ASST. ASSESSOR 40.00 FN13 S3 Step 9 07/01/17 84,300 4,210 0 521 0 0 89,031DILUCA, M FIELD ASSESSOR 40.00 FN21 S2 Step 9 08/01/17 77,100 3,850 0 521 0 0 81,471FLANAGAN, E OFFICE ADMIN 40.00 FN20 S2 Step 8 07/01/17 75,400 2,260 0 521 0 0 78,181RANNEY, R.SENIOR CLERK40.00FN65 S1 Step 1 08/08/1755,70000000 55,700ABATEMENT ADVISORY COMM (3 Temps) ABATEMENT ADVISORY COMM 600 HRS EACH N/AN/AN/A1,80000000 1,800398,2001,80015,61001,5640000417,1746,000423,174Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Assessing DeptTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)37 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01145Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 3Part-time 1Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 4Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeBROWN, E COLLECTOR 35.00 FN05 SC Step 8 09/09/17 103,500 3,104 0 1,521 0 0 108,126BUTLER, P ASST. COLLECTOR 40.00 FN12 S3 Step 9 08/05/17 84,300 4,213 0 0 0 0 88,513MURPHY, P ADMIN ASST 40.00 FN50 S2 Step 9 01/01/18 77,100 3,853 0 521 0 0 81,475KITSOCK, A. ADMIN ASST 20.00 FN50 S1 Step 1 12/20/17 27,900 0 0 0 0 0 27,900292,800011,17002,0430000306,0134,400310,413Total 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)Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)38 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01147Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time2Part-time1Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies1New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS4NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeVACANT - FundedTREASURER40.00FN04N/A100,00000 1,00000 101,000LEWIS, K PAYROLL ADMIN40.00FN11S3 Step 8 05/10/1883,000 3,2990 52100 86,820NOVAKOVA, AASST TREASURER40.00FN24S2 Step 1 09/09/1761,30000000 61,300WALLINGFORD,D.ADMIN ASSISTANT24.00FN16S2 Step 6 01/23/1843,200 8640000 44,0640287,50004,16301,5210000293,1844,300297,484Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)TreasurerTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)39 TOWN OF NANTUCKETGENERAL FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL EXPENDITURESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTIONBudgetBudget FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORGOBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS ACTUALS BUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01710 DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL1710 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - - -$ na1710 59003 FY04 BOND SALE - DEC 2003155,000 - - - - - -$ na1710 59004 FY05 BOND SALE - OCT 20041,095,000 1,095,000 - - - - -$ na1710 59005 FY 06 BOND SALE NOV 2005105,000 105,000 105,000 97,200 97,200 95,000 (2,200)$ (2.3%)1710 59009 FY08 BOND FEB 2008676,800 671,800 745,849 - 671,800 341,800 (330,000)$ (49.1%)1710 59010 FY10 BOND FEB 2010420,000 625,000 420,000 - 670,000 670,000 -$ 0.0%1710 59011 FY12 BOND SALE-06/201273,668 379,300 374,600 370,000 370,000 370,000 -$ 0.0%1710 59015 LAND BANK REFUNDING BONDS1,815,000 1,890,000 1,975,000 2,055,000 2,055,000 1,880,000 (175,000)$ (8.5%)1710 59106 REFUNDING BOND -03/2013- - 1,022,000 1,007,000 1,007,000 995,000 (12,000)$ (1.2%)1710 59107 BOND SALE - 06/13- - - - - - -$ na1710 59111 1997 REFUNDING BONDS- - - - - - -$ na1710 59117 2007 MWPAT GF361,783 370,624 379,680 388,957 390,106 398,461 8,355$ 2.1%1710 59121 MWPAT 04 19 PRN37,607 38,367 39,142 39,933 39,933 39,933 -$ 0.0%1710 59123 MWPAT CW 06 43171,238 174,697 178,226 181,827 181,827 185,500 3,673$ 2.0%1710 59124 RDA LOAN34,500 34,500 34,500 34,500 34,500 - (34,500)$ (100.0%)1710 59127 REFI JULY 2016- 65,000 65,000$ na1710NEW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL - NPS- 340,000 340,000$ na1710 59125 EASY ST BULKHEAD PRINCIPLE- - - 24,316 48,875 49,857 982$ 2.0%1710 59301 SCHOOL LAND- - - - - - -$ na1710 59710 BOND SALE 02/10- - - - - - -$ na4,945,596 5,384,287 5,273,997 4,198,733 5,566,241 5,430,551 (135,690)$ (2.4%)01750 DEBT SERVICE INTEREST1750 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES- - - - - - -$ na1750 57999ADMINISTRATION FEE22,570 22,732 21,847 20,941 - - -$ na1750 59003 FY04 BOND SALE-DEC 20032,713 - - - - - -$ na1750 59004 FY05 BOND SALE-OCT 200465,700 209,694 - - - - -$ na1750 59005 FY 06 BOND SALE NOV 200543,538 (148,456) 19,600 17,002 17,002 15,080 (1,922)$ (11.3%)1750 59009 FY08 BOND FEB 2008202,093 168,253 74,049 16,898 127,105 11,963 (115,142)$ (90.6%)1750 59010 FY10 BOND FEB 2010406,650 386,550 366,450 169,825 339,650 312,850 (26,800)$ (7.9%)1750 59011 FY12 BOND SALE-06/2012178,617 215,578 159,269 76,825 144,400 125,900 (18,500)$ (12.8%)1750 59013 FY13 REFI INTEREST256,620 - - - - - -$ na1750 59015 LAND BANK REFUNDING BONDS370,450 296,350 209,175 59,025 87,225 28,200 (59,025)$ (67.7%)1750 59106 REFUNDING BOND -03/2013- 239,335 229,115 109,448 203,790 181,223 (22,568)$ (11.1%)1750 59107 BOND SALE - 06/13- - - - - - -$ na1750 59111 1997 REFUNDING BONDS- - - - - - -$ na1750 59118 2007 MWPAT GF INT291,775 282,935 273,878 264,601 264,829 255,097 (9,732)$ (3.7%)1750 59122 MWPAT 04 19 INT10,679 9,920 9,145 4,377 8,354 7,547 (807)$ (9.7%)1750 59123 MWPAT CW 06 4362,223 58,763 55,234 51,634 51,635 47,960 (3,675)$ (7.1%)1750 59124 RDA LOAN51,233 49,809 48,386 46,963 46,963 - (46,963)$ (100.0%)1750 59127 REFI JULY 2016- - - -$ naTOTAL DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL 40 TOWN OF NANTUCKETGENERAL FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL EXPENDITURESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTIONBudgetBudget FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORGOBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS ACTUALS BUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD1750NEW INTEMEDIATE SCHOOL - NPS- 1,762,461 1,762,461$ na1750 59126 EASY ST BULKHEAD INTEREST- - - 11,227 22,871 22,549 (322)$ (1.4%)1750 59250 INTEREST: GENERAL266,058 - - - - - -$ na1750 59253 INTEREST ON GRANT ANTICIP NOTE4,422 - - - - - -$ na1750 59301 SCHOOL LAND- - - - - - -$ na1750 59710 BOND SALE 02/10- - - - - - -$ na1750 59900 ESTIMATE FOR BONDS TO BE ISSUE- - - - 200,000 200,000 -$ 0.0%2,235,340 1,791,462 1,466,149 848,764 1,513,824 2,970,830 1,457,006$ 96.2%01820 STATE ASSESSMENTS1820 56310 SPECIAL ED CH 71 B20,473 20,012 21,694 - 25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0%1820 56400AIR POLLUTION CH 11120,866 20,861 21,112 10,822 22,000 22,000 -$ 0.0%1820 56460 RMV NON-RENEW SURCHARGE25,440 25,120 25,120 11,842 27,000 27,000 -$ 0.0%1820 56630 REG TRANSIT AUTH CH 161B329,834 338,081 346,532 177,600 353,300 353,300 -$ 0.0%396,613 404,074 414,458 200,264 427,300 427,300 - 0.0%01945 GENERAL INSURANCE1945 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES39,960 22,738 55,940 25,146 44,800 44,800 -$ 0.0%1945 57401 INS PREM:AUTO & LIABILITY106,201 98,198 124,286 141,920 134,400 145,824 11,424$ 8.5%1945 57404 INS PREM:BLANKET INS,BLDG1,068,801 1,043,889 1,019,618 1,007,361 1,561,280 1,693,989 132,709$ 8.5%1945 57406 INS PREM:CLAIM DEDUCTIBLE45,022 40,017 56,205 - 72,800 72,800 -$ 0.0%1945 57408 CLAIM DEDUCTIBLE FIRE & POLICE24,310 18,915 2,588 1,342 39,200 39,200 -$ 0.0%1945 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - - -$ na1,284,295 1,223,757 1,258,636 1,175,769 1,852,480 1,996,613 144,133 7.8%01999 TRANSFERS AND OTHER USE OF FUNDS1999 59600 INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFER- - - - - - -$ na1999 59992 TRANS TO SPECIALIZED FUNDS- - - 400,000 - - -$ na1999 59993 TRANS TO CAPITAL PROJECT FUND343,519 - 9,162,326 1,864,256 - - -$ na1999 59995 TRANSFER TO ENTERPRISE7,709,579 7,727,385 7,105,000 7,692,785 8,000,985 9,357,465 1,356,480$ 17.0%1999 59996 TRANSFER TO ENT FREE CASH- - - - - - -$ na1999 59998 TRANSFER TO TRUST FUNDS1,250,000 500,000 2,947,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 -$ 0.0%9,303,098 8,227,385 19,214,326 10,457,041 8,500,985 9,857,465 1,356,480 16.0%TOTAL GENERAL INSURANCETOTAL TRANSFERS AND OTHER USE OF FUNDSTOTAL DEBT SERVICE INTERESTTOTAL STATE ASSESSMENTS 41 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16**************************************Issue Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsPurposeDate FY2017 FY2018FY2019 FY2020FY2021 FY2022 FY2023 FY2024FY2025 FY2026FY2027 FY2028FY2029 FY2030FY2031 FY2032 FY2033 FY2034FY2035ADV REFUNDING 17,924,000DE 11/15/20052,142,225        1,908,200        CHILDRENS BEACH RAMPDE 2/15/200816,013              15,525               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONSDE 2/15/2008340,725            BIKEPATH 650,000DE 2/15/200848,038              46,575               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  WASHINGTON STREET BUILDINGDE 2/15/200810,675              10,350               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                S SHORE BIKEPATHDE 2/15/200532,025              31,050               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  NOBADEER BIKEPATHDE 2/15/20085,338                5,175                 ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  SWWTF 34%DE 2/15/20087,259                7,038                 ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                NES IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200810,675              10,350              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                NES IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200821,350              20,700              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                CPS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200821,350              20,700              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                CPS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200821,350              20,700              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                NHS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200848,038              46,575              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                NHS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/200837,363              36,225              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                SCHOOL PLAYING FIELDSDE 2/15/200885,400              82,800              ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  STORMWATER DRAINAGEDE 2/15/201067,563              65,763              63,963             62,163            60,813            59,013            57,663            55,863            49,400            47,800           46,200         44,800         43,200         41,600         POLICE STATIONDE 2/15/2010942,088            917,088            892,088           867,088          848,338          823,338          804,588          779,588          759,275          734,275         709,275       687,400       662,400       322,400       CUR REF 2001 LAND ACQUISITION6/7/201215,373              14,658              ADV REF REC FACILITYDE 6/7/201240,127              38,343              35,875             HUMMOCK POND BIKEPATHDE 6/7/2012316,075            305,325            294,575           284,900          275,225          264,475          248,850          238,350          227,850          219,450         213,150       ADV REF SCHOOL REMODELDE 6/7/2012142,825            137,575            132,325           127,600          122,875          117,625          107,500          102,500          ADV REF 10/2004 2 FGDE 3/5/20131,152,185        1,118,743        1,083,690       1,048,848      1,012,850      976,215          934,410          895,560          ADV REF 10/2004 REC FACDE 3/5/201310,750              10,525              10,300             10,075            ADV REF 10/2004 REMODELDE 3/5/201330,910              30,348              29,785             28,230            27,570            26,730            26,010            25,170            23,345            ADV REF 10/2004 REC FACDE 3/5/201310,750              10,525              10,300             10,075            ADV REF 10/2004 SCHOOL REMODELDE 3/5/20136,195                6,083                5,970               5,858              5,720              5,545              5,395              5,220              4,060              ADV REF 11/2005 LAND ACQUSITION 1 NORWOOD DE 2/5/201519,157              18,150              17,850             17,550            17,250            16,875            16,425            15,975            15,525            10,150           ADV REF 11/2005 OUTDOOR FACILITYDE 2/5/201538,756              37,450              36,750             36,050            35,350             ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ADV REF 11/2005 BATHHOUSEDE 2/5/201513,492              12,080              11,880             11,680            11,480            11,230            10,930            10,630            10,330            6,090             ADV REF 11/2005 SCHOOL REMODELINGDE 2/5/201542,797              42,400              41,700             41,000            40,300            39,425            38,375            37,325            31,350            30,450            ‐                Refi WWTF GF 08 398K Jul'16DE 7/22/20162,129                2,456                9,316               9,036              8,756              8,476              8,196              6,936              6,696              6,456             5,873           5,555            ‐                Refi Child Ramp 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/20161,675                1,933                16,633             16,033            10,533            8,325               ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi Bikepath 08 650K Jul'16DE 7/22/20165,997                6,920                50,040             47,300            45,580            43,860             ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi WashSt.Bldg 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/20163,099                3,576                13,376             12,976            12,576            12,176            10,796            10,436            10,076            9,716             9,356           8,888            ‐                Refi SShore Bike 08 425K Jul'16DE 7/22/20164,125                4,760                28,280             27,320            26,360            25,400            23,460             ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi Nobad Bike 08 100K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016832                   960                   5,860               5,660              5,460              5,260              4,080               ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi NES Improv1 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/20162,895                3,340                13,140             12,740            12,340            10,960            10,600            10,240            9,880              9,520             8,670            ‐                ‐                Refi NES Improv2 08 400K Jul'16DE 7/22/20166,193                7,146                25,766             25,006            24,246            23,486            22,726            21,966            21,206            20,446           18,706         17,473          ‐                Refi CPS Improv1 08 390K Jul'16DE 7/22/20165,781                6,670                25,290             24,530            23,770            23,010            22,250            20,510            19,790            19,070           18,105          ‐                ‐                Refi CPS Improv2 08 350K Jul'16DE 7/22/20164,638                5,351                20,051             18,471            17,911            17,351            16,791            16,231            15,671            15,111           14,551         13,686          ‐                Refi NHS Improv1 08 865K Jul'16DE 7/22/201612,991              14,990              56,150             54,470            52,790            51,110            49,430            47,750            45,090            43,450           41,565          ‐                ‐                Refi NHS Improv2 08 725K Jul'16DE 7/22/201610,816              12,480              44,820             43,500            42,180            40,860            39,540            38,220            36,900            35,580           33,280         32,320          ‐                Refi Schl Fields 08 1.2M Jul'16DE 7/22/201613,191              15,220              90,680             86,620            83,580            80,295            77,265             ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi RDA Loan 08 1.38M Jul'16DE 7/22/201687,789              99,432              101,732           98,932            102,012          99,952            102,997          102,362          97,942            99,442           96,577         102,616       102,010       Easy Street Bulkhead6/15/201671,745              72,406              72,406             72,406            72,406            72,406            72,406            72,406            72,406            72,406           72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406         72,406          NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLDE 11/9/20162,102,461        2,103,894       2,100,644      2,101,844      2,101,669      2,104,544      2,104,669      2,102,044      2,101,544      2,102,919    2,104,894    2,103,494    2,100,894    2,102,019    2,101,794    2,100,219    2,102,219    2,102,719    MWPAT CW0419DE 11/15/200748,287              48,287              48,287             48,286            48,286            48,287            48,287            48,287            48,287            48,286           CW0521 34%DE 12/1/2009653,558            653,558            653,558           653,558          653,558          653,558          653,558          653,558          653,558          653,558         653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       653,558       CW0643 DE 3/1/2011233,461            233,460            233,460           233,461          233,460          233,461          233,460          233,461          233,460          233,460         233,461       233,460       233,461        TOTAL GENERAL FUND6,866,064        8,322,421        6,279,789       6,142,064      6,035,418      5,900,371      5,750,530      5,553,211      4,494,140      4,416,260      4,277,651    3,977,055    3,870,528    3,190,857    2,827,982    2,827,757    2,826,182    2,828,182    2,828,682    BUDGET SHORT TERM DEBT200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000            200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         MWPAT ADMIN CHARGES20,941              20,014              19,066             18,097            17,105            16,091            15,053            13,992            12,906            11,795           10,696         9,607           8,494           7,531           6,723           5,895           5,047           4,178           3,288            FUND 20, CPANOBADEER PLAYING FIELDS10/22/2015124,801            120,275            122,050           123,675          120,800          123,450          76,125            FUND 25, MWPAT TITLE VMWPAT 97‐1148 TITLE VDE 8/1/20011,149                1,149                1,149               1,149              MWPAT T5 97 1148 A COMM SEPTIC5/22/201347,845              47,845              47,845             47,845            47,845            47,845            47,844            ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 T5 97 1148 B COMM SEPTIC PERM FINANCING1/7/201512,800              12,800              12,800             12,800            12,800            12,800            12,800            12,800            12,800            12,800           12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800          TOTAL FUND 2561,794              61,794              61,794             61,794            60,645            60,645            60,644            12,800            12,800            12,800           12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800         12,800          SIASCONSET WATER ENTERPRISEWATER TANK (ORIG)3/15/2009190,475            190,375            194,250           ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                WATER TANK (SUPP)3/15/2009122,900            119,600            120,750           ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                LOW BEACH WATER MAIN2/15/2010106,925            104,125            101,325           98,525            96,425            93,625            91,525            88,725            86,450            83,650           80,850         78,400         75,600         72,800         WATER PUMP STATION10/22/201545,186              37,763              37,013             36,263            35,638            35,138            34,513            33,763            33,013            32,263           31,544         30,856         30,169         29,481         28,794         28,075         27,325         26,575         20,900          42 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16**************************************Issue Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsPurposeDate FY2017 FY2018FY2019 FY2020FY2021 FY2022 FY2023 FY2024FY2025 FY2026FY2027 FY2028FY2029 FY2030FY2031 FY2032 FY2033 FY2034FY2035Refi SWCO Tank1 09 3.9M Jul'168/3/201674,139              78,520              78,520             261,780          259,200          256,420          258,340          259,860          260,980          260,720         260,100       257,700       262,600       ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi SWCO Tank2 09 2.47M Jul'168/3/201647,373              49,978              49,978             165,618          165,798          165,778          165,558          165,138          164,518          162,718         166,638       164,799       166,650       ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 TOTAL SIASCONSET DEBT586,998            580,361            581,836           562,186          557,061          550,961          549,936          547,486          544,961          539,351         539,132       531,755       535,019       102,281       28,794         28,075         27,325         26,575         20,900          WANNACOMET WATER ENTERPRISEREHAB GARAGE & MAINTENANCE FACILITY2/15/200842,700              41,400               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                SOURCE WELL & PUMP2/15/200869,388              67,275               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                WATER STORAGE TANK (ORIG)2/15/2008266,875            258,750            ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                WATER MAINS2/15/200869,388              67,275               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                WATER SYSTEM DISTRIBUTION2/15/200853,375              51,750               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                WATER MAINS 22/15/20085,338                5,175                 ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                WATER STORAGE TANK (SUPP)3/15/2009139,800            141,050            136,500           ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENT / METER BATTERIES2/15/2010176,775            166,175            160,775           70,375            68,875            66,875            65,375            63,375            61,750            59,750           57,750         56,000         54,000         52,000         CURRENT REFUNDING 05/20016/7/201260,750              58,250              55,750             53,500            51,250             ‐                  MADKET MAIN 16/7/201298,100              95,100              92,100             89,400            86,700            83,700            80,700            77,700            74,700            72,300           70,500         68,700         66,863         64,988         63,038         61,013         MADAKET MAIN 26/7/201265,400              63,400              61,400             59,600            57,800            55,800            53,800            51,800            49,800            48,200           47,000         45,800         44,575         43,325         42,025         40,675         WASHING POND TANK REHAB6/7/2012115,175            110,425            105,675           101,400          92,250            ‐                  ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/7/201298,100              95,100              92,100             89,400            86,700            83,700            80,700            77,700            74,700            72,300           70,500         68,700         66,863         64,988         63,038         61,013         METER UPGRADES6/7/201250,600              48,600              46,600             44,800            43,000            41,000            ADV REF 10/01/2004 (LAND)3/5/2013192,110            185,623            178,240           174,888          166,870          163,765          159,355          152,250          147,175          ADV REF 10/01/2004 (WATER 2)3/5/201332,025              31,440              29,870             29,308            28,620            26,760            26,040            25,200            24,360            ADV REF 10/01/2004 (WATER 1)3/5/201332,025              31,440              29,870             29,308            28,620            26,760            26,040            25,200            24,360            ADV REF 11/15/2005 WATER 12/5/2015205,738            184,860            196,810           183,710          220,310          195,860          205,535          209,835          208,910          199,955          ‐                ‐                ‐                ADV REF 11/15/2005 WATER 32/5/201532,048              31,750              31,250             35,700            35,100            34,350            38,375            37,325            31,350            30,450            ‐                ‐                ADV REF 11/2005 GARAGE AND MAINT2/5/201563,162              57,010              61,060             60,060            64,010            62,635            60,985            59,335            62,610            57,855            ‐                ‐                ‐                776 WATER DISTRIBUTION10/22/201572,928              60,150              58,950             57,750            56,750            55,950            54,950            53,750            52,550            51,350           50,200         49,100         48,000         46,900         45,800         39,725         38,675         37,625         36,575          785 WATER DISTRIBUTION10/22/201572,342              60,450              59,250             58,050            57,050            56,250            55,250            54,050            52,850            51,650           50,500         49,400         48,300         47,200         46,100         44,950         43,750         37,625         36,575          Refi WWCO Admin 08 750K July'168/3/201611,287              13,024              50,264             48,744            47,224            44,724            43,244            41,764            40,284            33,904           32,232          ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO Well 08 1.3M July '168/3/201620,185              23,290              84,050             81,570            79,090            76,610            74,130            70,670            68,230            65,790           62,370         59,085          ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO Tank 08 5M July '168/3/201677,561              89,493              322,733           313,213          302,713          293,233          282,773          273,333          262,913          252,533         241,213       230,937        ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO Main 08 1.25M July'168/3/201618,622              21,487              77,347             75,067            72,787            70,507            68,227            65,947            62,687            60,447           58,207         54,894         ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO DistImp 08 1M Jul'16 8/3/201615,522              17,910              64,950             63,030            61,110            58,210            56,330            54,450            52,570            50,690           47,830         45,955          ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO Mains2 08 100K Jul'168/3/20161,577                1,820                6,720               6,520              6,320              6,120              5,920              5,720              5,520              5,320             4,140           3,030            ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 Refi WWCO Tank 09 2.815M Jul'168/3/201653,074              56,556              56,556             186,896          186,476          185,856          185,036          188,916          186,516          189,836         186,876       189,318       185,840       ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 WYERS VALLEY WELLS NOV '1611/9/2016‐                    179,983            148,800           146,100          143,400          140,250          135,750          131,250          126,750          122,250         117,750       109,225       106,675       104,125       101,575       99,025         96,475         93,925         91,375          TOTAL WANNACOMET DEBT2,211,968        2,316,011        2,207,620       2,058,388      2,043,025      1,828,915      1,758,515      1,719,570      1,670,585      1,424,580      1,097,068    1,030,143    621,115       423,525       361,575       346,400       178,900       169,175       164,525       AIRPORT ENTERPRISEIMPROVEMENTS AND PROTECTION2/15/200877,438              TERMINAL 2/25/2011300,569            301,669            301,944           297,744          302,144          299,644          301,894          300,294          298,494          301,494         298,863       300,788       302,038       302,588       297,688       302,281       301,181       299,306       301,956       PARKING LOT2/25/201144,406              43,506              42,456             46,556            45,156            43,406            46,656            45,056            43,456            46,856           REMODEL OF HANGARS6/7/201213,550              13,050              7,675               7,450              7,225              6,975              6,725              6,475              6,225              6,025             5,875           5,725           5,572           5,416           5,253           5,084           RAZE & REMOVE ANNEX6/7/201223,175              22,425              21,675             21,000            20,325            19,575            18,825            18,075            12,450            12,050           11,750         11,450         11,144         10,831         10,506         10,169         LANDSCAPE FENCE6/7/201224,188              23,438              22,688             22,013            21,338            20,588            19,838            19,088            18,338            17,738           17,288         16,838         16,378         15,909         15,422         5,084           ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/7/2012122,625            118,875            115,125           111,750          108,375          104,625          100,875          97,125            93,375            90,375           88,125         85,875         83,578         81,234         78,797         76,266         RAMP LIGHTS6/7/201232,700              31,700              30,700             29,800            28,900            27,900            26,900            25,900            24,900            24,100           23,500         22,900         22,288         21,663         21,013         20,338         RAMP ELECTRIFICATION6/7/201215,400              14,900              14,400             13,950            13,500            13,000            12,500            12,000            11,500            11,100           5,875           5,725           5,572           5,416           5,253           5,084           PARKING LOT6/6/201344,600              38,850              38,150             37,450            36,750            36,050            35,350            RW 336/6/201311,300              11,100              10,900             10,700            10,500            10,300            10,100            RAMP 6/6/201344,700              43,900              38,150             37,450            36,750            36,050            35,350            RUNWAY 6/6/201350,850              49,950              49,050             48,150            47,250            46,350            45,450            ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/5/2014230,100            227,100            224,100           219,600          215,100          210,600          206,100          201,600          197,100          192,600         188,100       183,600       179,100       174,600       170,100       165,075       160,050       155,025       RUNWAY RESURFACING6/5/20145,200                5,100                AIRPORT VEHICLES 16/5/201496,300              94,500              92,700             AIRPORT VEHICLES 26/5/201437,200              31,500              30,900             TAXIWAY DELTA WIDENING6/5/20145,200                5,100                ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP10/22/201544,811              37,625              36,575             35,525             ‐                  AIR VEHCLE REPLACE 144K 11'16 I11/9/2016‐                    54,658              52,300             45,900             ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 AIR LOADER 58K 11'16 I11/9/2016‐                    16,224              11,600             11,300            6,050              5,875              5,625              5,375              5,125               ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 TOTAL AIRPORT FUND1,224,311        1,185,170        1,141,088       996,338          899,363          880,938          872,188          730,988          710,963          702,338         639,375       632,900       625,669       617,656       604,031       589,381       461,231       454,331       301,956       SEWER ENTERPRISETOTAL DEBTMWPAT 98‐1438/25/200474,100              70,791              67,794             69,911            66,706            MWPAT 98‐1448/25/200418,396              17,568              16,823             16,133            15,394            MWPAT 98‐1458/25/200418,396              17,568              16,823             16,133            15,394            MWPAT CW 02 50A11/23/2004418,916            416,378            421,687           403,974          404,747          395,092          379,599          MWPAT CW 02 50 10/26/2006311,702            310,247            304,298           302,721          296,406          298,564          304,183          533,491          520,630          MWPAT CW 01 4012/14/2006139,867            138,533            132,626           132,803          132,321          126,923          125,928          120,000          SEWER CONSTRUCTION2/15/200816,013              15,525               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                SEWER CONSTRUCTION2/15/200848,038              46,575               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                SEWER 22/15/200874,725              72,450               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                66%% WWTF2/15/200814,091              13,662               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                MWPAT CW 04 2012/9/2008206,748            206,747            206,748           206,747          206,748          206,747          206,747          206,747          206,747          206,747         206,748       66% MWPAT CW052112/15/20091,268,671        1,268,672        1,268,671       1,268,672      1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,672    1,268,671    1,268,672    1,268,671    1,268,671    1,268,671    1,268,671    1,268,672    1,268,671    43 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16**************************************Issue Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsPurposeDate FY2017 FY2018FY2019 FY2020FY2021 FY2022 FY2023 FY2024FY2025 FY2026FY2027 FY2028FY2029 FY2030FY2031 FY2032 FY2033 FY2034FY2035MWPAT CW 07 177/8/2010243,017            243,017            243,017           243,017          243,017          243,017          243,017          243,017          243,017          243,017         243,017       243,017       243,017       243,017       243,017       SEWER CURRENT REFUNDING 05/20016/7/201248,600              46,600              44,600             42,800            41,000            SEWER ADVANCED REFUNDING 12/01/20036/7/201279,200              71,325              68,575             66,100            63,625            56,000            53,500            46,125            SEWER IMPROVEMENTS6/7/2012163,500            158,500            153,500           149,000          144,500          139,500          134,500          129,500          124,500          120,500         117,500       114,500       111,438       108,313       105,063       101,688       WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT6/7/2012153,750            ‐                    SEWER EQUIPMENT6/6/201356,650              55,550               ‐                   SEWER EQUIPMENT6/5/201425,900              20,400               ‐                   CW 12 09 PERM FINANCING1/7/2015302,558            302,915            303,281           303,655          304,037          304,428          304,827          305,234          305,651          306,076         306,511       306,955       307,409       307,872       308,346       308,830       309,324       309,830       310,346       Refi WWTF Sewer 08 398K Jul'168/3/20164,111                4,744                17,484             16,964            16,444            15,924            15,404            13,904            13,424            12,944           12,464         11,312          ‐                ‐                Refi Sewer2 08 1.435M Jul'168/3/201621,727              25,070              90,730             88,050            85,370            81,710            79,070            76,430            73,790            70,170           67,570         64,135          ‐                ‐                Refi Sewer1 08 870K Jul'168/3/201613,094              15,109              57,249             55,529            53,809            52,089            45,469            43,949            42,429            39,929           38,449         35,805          ‐                ‐                Refi Sewer Const 08 250K Jul'168/3/20163,122                3,602                13,402             13,002            12,602            12,202            11,802            10,422            10,062            9,702             9,342           8,181            ‐                ‐                 TOTAL SEWER FUND3,724,890        3,541,548        3,427,307       3,395,212      3,370,790      3,200,867      3,172,717      2,997,491      2,808,922      2,277,756      2,270,272    2,052,575    1,930,535    1,927,872    1,925,097    1,679,189    1,577,995    1,578,502    1,579,017    MWPAT ADMIN CHARGES55,690              52,621              49,478             46,254            42,944            39,629            36,306            32,998            29,807            27,037           24,602         22,269         20,038         17,754         15,418         13,212         11,137         9,013           6,838            MWPAT SUBSIDIES(376,509)          (363,416)          (352,695)         (331,639)        (316,848)        (273,336)        (257,518)        (128,259)        (77,603)            ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 THESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKSOLID WASTE ENTERPRISETOTAL DEBTLANDFILL CELL2/15/200837,363              36,225               ‐                   ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                ‐                ADV REF 10/01/20043/5/20136,225                6,113                6,000               5,888              5,750              5,575              5,425              5,250              5,075               ‐                  ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                Refi LndfllCell 08 650K July'168/3/20169,328                10,763              39,183             38,023            36,863            35,630            33,566            32,446            31,326            30,206           29,086         26,563          ‐                ‐                TOTAL SOLID WASTE DEBT52,915              53,101              45,183             43,911            42,613            41,205            38,991            37,696            36,401            30,206           29,086         26,563          ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                 AGGREGATE14,853,742      16,180,680      13,866,666      13,383,566      13,129,714      12,587,350      12,279,645      11,599,241      10,278,771      9,403,290      8,865,384      8,263,792      7,595,665      6,274,992      5,760,279      5,483,603      5,084,434      5,069,565      4,907,881      44 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16IssuePurpose DateADV REFUNDING 17,924,000DE 11/15/2005CHILDRENS BEACH RAMPDE 2/15/2008PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONSDE 2/15/2008BIKEPATH 650,000DE 2/15/2008WASHINGTON STREET BUILDINGDE 2/15/2008S SHORE BIKEPATHDE 2/15/2005NOBADEER BIKEPATHDE 2/15/2008SWWTF 34%DE 2/15/2008NES IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008NES IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008CPS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008CPS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008NHS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008NHS IMPROVEMENTSDE 2/15/2008SCHOOL PLAYING FIELDSDE 2/15/2008STORMWATER DRAINAGEDE 2/15/2010POLICE STATIONDE 2/15/2010CUR REF 2001 LAND ACQUISITION6/7/2012ADV REF REC FACILITYDE 6/7/2012HUMMOCK POND BIKEPATHDE 6/7/2012ADV REF SCHOOL REMODELDE 6/7/2012ADV REF 10/2004 2 FGDE 3/5/2013ADV REF 10/2004 REC FACDE 3/5/2013ADV REF 10/2004 REMODELDE 3/5/2013ADV REF 10/2004 REC FACDE 3/5/2013ADV REF 10/2004 SCHOOL REMODELDE 3/5/2013ADV REF 11/2005 LAND ACQUSITION 1 NORWOOD DE 2/5/2015ADV REF 11/2005 OUTDOOR FACILITYDE 2/5/2015ADV REF 11/2005 BATHHOUSEDE 2/5/2015ADV REF 11/2005 SCHOOL REMODELINGDE 2/5/2015Refi WWTF GF 08 398K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi Child Ramp 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi Bikepath 08 650K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi WashSt.Bldg 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi SShore Bike 08 425K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi Nobad Bike 08 100K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi NES Improv1 08 200K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi NES Improv2 08 400K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi CPS Improv1 08 390K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi CPS Improv2 08 350K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi NHS Improv1 08 865K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi NHS Improv2 08 725K Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi Schl Fields 08 1.2M Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Refi RDA Loan 08 1.38M Jul'16DE 7/22/2016Easy Street Bulkhead6/15/2016NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLDE 11/9/2016MWPAT CW0419DE 11/15/2007CW0521 34%DE 12/1/2009CW0643DE 3/1/2011 TOTAL GENERAL FUNDBUDGET SHORT TERM DEBTMWPAT ADMIN CHARGESFUND 20, CPANOBADEER PLAYING FIELDS10/22/2015FUND 25, MWPAT TITLE VMWPAT 97‐1148 TITLE VDE 8/1/2001MWPAT T5 97 1148 A COMM SEPTIC5/22/2013T5 97 1148 B COMM SEPTIC PERM FINANCING1/7/2015TOTAL FUND 25SIASCONSET WATER ENTERPRISEWATER TANK (ORIG)3/15/2009WATER TANK (SUPP)3/15/2009LOW BEACH WATER MAIN2/15/2010WATER PUMP STATION10/22/2015************** ** ** ************Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsFY2036FY2037 FY2038FY2039 FY2040FY2041 FY2042 FY2043 FY2044FY2045 FY2046FY2047 FY2048FY2049 FY205072,406            ‐                  2,101,719      2,104,144      2,104,919      2,104,044    2,101,519    2,101,016    2,102,344    653,558         653,558         653,558         2,827,682      2,757,702      2,758,477      2,104,044    2,101,519    2,101,016    2,102,344    ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000         200,000     200,000     200,000.00      200,000.00      200,000.00      200,000.00      200,000.00      200,000.00      2,376             1,441             484                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  20,300           ‐                  ‐                 45 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16IssuePurpose DateRefi SWCO Tank1 09 3.9M Jul'168/3/2016Refi SWCO Tank2 09 2.47M Jul'168/3/2016TOTAL SIASCONSET DEBTWANNACOMET WATER ENTERPRISEREHAB GARAGE & MAINTENANCE FACILITY2/15/2008SOURCE WELL & PUMP2/15/2008WATER STORAGE TANK (ORIG)2/15/2008WATER MAINS2/15/2008WATER SYSTEM DISTRIBUTION2/15/2008WATER MAINS 22/15/2008WATER STORAGE TANK (SUPP)3/15/2009SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENT / METER BATTERIES2/15/2010CURRENT REFUNDING 05/20016/7/2012MADKET MAIN 16/7/2012MADAKET MAIN 26/7/2012WASHING POND TANK REHAB6/7/2012ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/7/2012METER UPGRADES6/7/2012ADV REF 10/01/2004 (LAND)3/5/2013ADV REF 10/01/2004 (WATER 2)3/5/2013ADV REF 10/01/2004 (WATER 1)3/5/2013ADV REF 11/15/2005 WATER 12/5/2015ADV REF 11/15/2005 WATER 32/5/2015ADV REF 11/2005 GARAGE AND MAINT2/5/2015776 WATER DISTRIBUTION10/22/2015785 WATER DISTRIBUTION10/22/2015Refi WWCO Admin 08 750K July'168/3/2016Refi WWCO Well 08 1.3M July '168/3/2016Refi WWCO Tank 08 5M July '168/3/2016Refi WWCO Main 08 1.25M July'168/3/2016Refi WWCO DistImp 08 1M Jul'16 8/3/2016Refi WWCO Mains2 08 100K Jul'168/3/2016Refi WWCO Tank 09 2.815M Jul'168/3/2016WYERS VALLEY WELLS NOV '1611/9/2016TOTAL WANNACOMET DEBTAIRPORT ENTERPRISEIMPROVEMENTS AND PROTECTION2/15/2008TERMINAL2/25/2011PARKING LOT2/25/2011REMODEL OF HANGARS6/7/2012RAZE & REMOVE ANNEX6/7/2012LANDSCAPE FENCE6/7/2012ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/7/2012RAMP LIGHTS6/7/2012RAMP ELECTRIFICATION6/7/2012PARKING LOT6/6/2013RW 336/6/2013RAMP6/6/2013RUNWAY6/6/2013ADMINISTRATION BUILDING6/5/2014RUNWAY RESURFACING6/5/2014AIRPORT VEHICLES 16/5/2014AIRPORT VEHICLES 26/5/2014TAXIWAY DELTA WIDENING6/5/2014ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP10/22/2015AIR VEHCLE REPLACE 144K 11'16 I11/9/2016AIR LOADER 58K 11'16 I11/9/2016TOTAL AIRPORT FUNDSEWER ENTERPRISETOTAL DEBTMWPAT 98‐1438/25/2004MWPAT 98‐1448/25/2004MWPAT 98‐1458/25/2004MWPAT CW 02 50A11/23/2004MWPAT CW 02 50 10/26/2006MWPAT CW 01 4012/14/2006SEWER CONSTRUCTION2/15/2008SEWER CONSTRUCTION2/15/2008SEWER 22/15/200866%% WWTF2/15/2008MWPAT CW 04 2012/9/200866% MWPAT CW052112/15/2009************** ** ** ************Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsFY2036FY2037 FY2038FY2039 FY2040FY2041 FY2042 FY2043 FY2044FY2045 FY2046FY2047 FY2048FY2049 FY2050‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 20,300           ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  35,525           35,525           ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  88,825           86,275           ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  159,875         86,275            ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  298,894         298,894         ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      46 EXISTING DEBT AS OF12/31/16IssuePurpose DateMWPAT CW 07 177/8/2010SEWER CURRENT REFUNDING 05/20016/7/2012SEWER ADVANCED REFUNDING 12/01/20036/7/2012SEWER IMPROVEMENTS6/7/2012WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT6/7/2012SEWER EQUIPMENT6/6/2013SEWER EQUIPMENT6/5/2014CW 12 09 PERM FINANCING1/7/2015Refi WWTF Sewer 08 398K Jul'168/3/2016Refi Sewer2 08 1.435M Jul'168/3/2016Refi Sewer1 08 870K Jul'168/3/2016Refi Sewer Const 08 250K Jul'168/3/2016 TOTAL SEWER FUNDMWPAT ADMIN CHARGESMWPAT SUBSIDIESTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKTHESE ROWS LEFT BLANKSOLID WASTE ENTERPRISETOTAL DEBTLANDFILL CELL2/15/2008ADV REF 10/01/20043/5/2013Refi LndfllCell 08 650K July'168/3/2016TOTAL SOLID WASTE DEBTAGGREGATE************** ** ** ************Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments Payments PaymentsFY2036FY2037 FY2038FY2039 FY2040FY2041 FY2042 FY2043 FY2044FY2045 FY2046FY2047 FY2048FY2049 FY2050‐                  ‐                  ‐                 1,268,671      1,268,671      1,268,671      ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  4,612             2,798             940                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            ‐            ‐                  ‐                    ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  4,575,422      4,112,648      4,027,148      2,104,044      2,101,519      2,101,016      2,102,344      ‐               ‐              ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    47 TOWN OF NANTUCKETLIBRARY - OPERATING EXPENSESFY2018 BUDGET (PROPOSED)Budget Budget FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORG OBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS ACTUALS BUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01610 LIBRARY1610 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 676,444 685,233 693,439 526,624 702,165 719,719 17,554$ (100.0%)1610 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - - - - na676,444 685,233 693,439 526,624 702,165 719,719 17,554 (100.0%)TOTAL LIBRARY 48 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN CLOCK - OPERATING EXPENSESFY2018 BUDGET (PROPOSED)Budget Budget FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ORG OBJECT DESCRIPTIONACTUALSACTUALSACTUALS ACTUALS BUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01693 TOWN CLOCK1693 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY529 502 423 234 800 800 - 0.0%1693 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT- - - - 100 100 - 0.0%1693 52702 RENT/LSE:BUILDING1,000 1,000 - 1,250 2,800 2,800 - 0.0%1693 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES980 - 1,063 - 1,000 1,000 - 0.0%2,509 1,502 1,486 1,484 4,700 4,700 - 0.0%TOTAL TOWN CLOCK 49 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetHuman Resource Department50 FY2017Human Resource Department ReviewMi iEilihfihll ikiibfiibl•Mission: Energize our employees with fair treatment, challenging work, competitive benefits, equitablecompensation, and membership in Nantucket’s diverse and beautiful island community.•Goals–Improve Human Resources processes and proceduresCidd iii–Capture cost avoidance and savings opportunities–Leverage technology  to provide  improved reporting, analysis and metrics–Implement an employee benefit self service system–Work to Federal and State regulatory guidelines and requirements–Provide employees professional developmental opportunities–Engender a sense of pride in employees work product and contributionsHuman Resource Department51 FY2018Human Resource Department Overview •Priorities–FurthercentralizationoftheHumanResourcesfunctionFurther centralization of  the Human Resources function–Recruitment of qualified candidates to fill open positions–Compliance with State and Federal laws/ requirements–Use of MUNIS HR moduleUpdateandexpandpersonnelpolicies–Update and expand personnel policies–Leverage technology to further  improve efficiencies and yield additional savings–Expansion of  supervisory training  and employee accountability–Develop a greater sense  of employee pride and respect in the workplace•Significant Changes Year‐to‐Year–Required Affordable Care Act reporting and filings–Pending retirement of key staff•Key Issues–State and Federal regulatory requirements and reporting–Competition amongst employers  for candidates in a limited pool–Identification and development of  internal successors to leadership positions–Resolving housing  issues for Town employees and potential candidatesHuman Resource Department52 FY2018 BudgetHuman Resource Department3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUALFY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr)% Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary142,728$ 142,048$ 168,411$ 92,400$ 151,062$ 8.6%215,600$ 244,020$ 28,420$ 13.2%Medicare P/R Tax2,070 2,105 2,442 1,340 2,205 8.6% 3,100 3,500 400 12.9%Prof Services10,886 10,857 22,043 12,027 14,595 42.3% 18,500 79,500 61,000 329.7%Travel Expenses7,489 6,862 990 203 5,114(63.6%)11,000 19,0008,00072.7%p,,,(),,,Supplies610 374 590 678 525 (1.7%) 1,000 1,000 - 0.0%Equipment- (200) - - (67) na- - - na Other5,366 7,935 9,961 5,285 7,754 36.2%22,150 41,650 19,500 88.0%TOTAL HUMAN RESOURCES 169,149$ 169,980$ 204,437$ 111,933$ 181,189$ 9.9%271,350$ 388,670$ 117,320$ 43.2%,,,,,,,,Human Resource Department53 AppendixAppendixHuman Resource Department54 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart Organization Chart –– Human Resource DepartmentHuman Resource DepartmentHuman ResourcesDirectorHuman Resources Assistant DirectorHuman Resources Administrator55 FY2018 Budget DetailHuman Resource Department56 FY2018Human Resources Dept Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)1. HR Generalist from Part‐Time to FT: $8,320 1. Professional Services (training): $30,0002. Professional Services (ACA reporting): $31,0003. Advertising (job postings consolidated): $7,5004. Funding for NEET events: $8,0005. Recruiting Expenses: $12,000(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.Human Resources Dept57 TOWN OF NANTUCKETHUMAN RESOURCESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUALFY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPERSONNEL EXPENSE1152 HUMAN RESOURCES1152 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT141,507$ 140,188$ 168,325$ 92,400$ 150,0079.1%214,100 244,020 29,920$ 14.0%1152 51200 SALARY SEASONAL- - - - -na- - -$ na1152 51300 OVERTIME1,221 1,860 85 - 1,055 (73.5%)1,500 - (1,500)$ (100.0%)1152 51700 LONGEVITY PAY- - - - -na- - -$ na1152 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX2,070 2,105 2,442 1,340 2,2058.6%3,100 3,500 400$ 12.9%1152 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - -na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HR PERSONNEL EXPENSES 144,798$ 144,152$ 170,853$ 93,740$ 153,268$ 8.6%218,700$ 247,520$ 28,820$ 13%OPERATING EXPENSE1152 HUMAN RESOURCES1152 52416 COPIER AND LEASE2,477 2,609 2,590 1,686 2,5592.2%2,700 2,700 -$ 0.0%1152 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES10,886 10,857 22,043 12,027 14,59542.3%18,500 79,500 61,000$ 329.7%1152 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING192 722 6,591 2,753 2,501 486.4%15,000 22,500 7,500$ 50.0%1152 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING507 - - - 169 (100.0%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%115253401COMM:TELEPHONE1 634 1 402 109 - 1 048(74 2%)1 950 1 950 -$ 00%115253401COMM:TELEPHONE1,634 1,402 109 - 1,048(74.2%)1,950 1,950 -$ 0.0%1152 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES610 374 590 678 525(1.7%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1152 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL7,283 6,537 285 35 4,702 (80.2%)10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%1152 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA206 325 705 167 41284.9%1,000 9,000 8,000$ 800.0%1152 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN556 921 672 846 7169.9%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1152 57807 OTHER:RECRUITING EXPENSES- 2,281 - - 760na500 12,500 12,000$ 2,400.0%1152 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- (200) - - (67)na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HR OPERATING EXPENSES24,351$ 25,828$ 33,584$ 18,193$ 27,921$ 17.4%52,650$ 141,150$ 88,500$ 168%58 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01152Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 2Part-time 1Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 3Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeTUZIK, S.DIRECTOR40.00SLHR Contract01/27/18117,40000000 117,400PERRY, A.ASSISTANT HR DIRECTOR 40.00SLHI Non-union09/26/1773,60000000 73,600SMITH-JONES, M.HR GENERALIST30.00SLHA Non-union12/28/1744,70000000 44,700Add'l Hours RequestedHR GENERALIST10.00SLHA Non-union12/28/178,32000000 8,320244,02000000000244,0203,500247,520Salary SubtotalMedicare (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 ResourcesTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)59 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetInformation Technology and GIS Department60 FY2017IT & GIS Department Review•MissionProvide a reliable, secure computing environment that facilitates the use of technology to deliver amore 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 and computer replacement programs,  softwareupgrades, standardizationMitid itkif t tt tddthli‐Maintain and improve network infrastructure to support advanced technology services  ‐infrastructure improvements, Wi‐Fi‐Utilize technology to support integrated town processes and improve administration efficiencies  ‐E‐permitting, MUNIS, GIS‐Enhance technology to support improved communication and communication services for towngypppemployees and citizens –Voice over IP, mobile application and collaboration toolsIT & GIS DEPT61 FY2017IT&GISDRi(’d)IT & GIS Department Review (cont’d)Initiatives and Accomplishments•Implement E‐Permitting EnerGov solution for Business Licenses, PLUS and Health•Complete implementation of cloud based E‐mail Archiving System•Upgrade software applications (MUNIS, Assessor’s Vision System, GIS, Town Clerk Laserfiche System)•Implement new MUNIS modules and functions, primarily Human Resources•Continue installation of replacement servers and network switches•Upgrade network infrastructure at Town Building•Provide VOIP and network services at new Shellfish Hatchery buildingy g•Roll‐out Office 365•Migrate Wannacomet Water E‐Mail to Town Exchange serverIT & GIS DEPT62 FY2018IT & GIS Department Overview Pi ii•Priorities–E‐permitting–Infrastructure improvements–GIS Aerials•Significant Changes Year‐to‐Year–Increasing demand for IT support–Mobile device and cloud computing–Shift to citizen centric applications•Key Issues–Increased complexities with current technological solutions–Prioritization of project activities and operational helpdesk tickets–Limited resources to support functions that should be supportedpppp–Ensuring data security in a mobile and web‐enabled environmentIT & GIS DEPT63 FY2018 BudgetIT & GIS Department3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary449,289$ 451,635$ 449,444$ 262,587$ 450,123$ 0.0%512,170$ 506,140$ (6,030)$ (1.2%)yy,$,$,$,$,$,$,$(, )$()Overtime2,744 985 - - 1,243 (100.0%)- -- naMedicare P/R Tax6,569 6,563 6,534 3,814 6,555 (0.3%)7,400 7,300 (100) (1.4%)Repair And Maintenance8,761 572 - - 3,111 (100.0%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%Prof Services189,564 199,920 286,607 181,017 225,364 23.0%332,000 352,000 20,000 6.0%General Data Processing25,330 21,342 32,701 9,130 26,458 13.6%25,000 25,000 - 0.0%Travel Expenses13,818 8,791 8,229 3,226 10,280 (22.8%)14,000 14,000 - 0.0%Sli4 751 3 291 1 186 3076 (500%)5000 5 000 00%Supplies4,751 3,291 1,186 - 3,076 (50.0%)5,000 5,000 -0.0%Equipment475 50,789 - 32,518 17,088 (100.0%)30,000 10,000 (20,000) (66.7%) Other446 - 3,456 720 1,301 178.5%600 600 - 0.0%TOTAL IS/GIS701,745$ 743,889$ 788,157$ 493,013$ 744,597$ 6.0%931,170$ 925,040$ (6,130)$ (0.7%)IT & GIS DEPT64 AppendixAppendixIT & GIS Department65 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket OiiChOiiChIT&GISDIT&GISDOrganization Chart Organization Chart ––IT & GIS DepartmentIT & GIS DepartmentInformation SystemsAdministratorInformation Systems Information Systems Information Systems Geographic InformationInformation Systems SpecialistyTechnician (1)yTechnician (2)Technician (3)InformationSystems TechnicianSpecialist(Part‐Time)IT & GIS DEPT66 FY2018 Budget DetailIT & GIS DEPT67 FY2018IT & GIS Department Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)None1ProfessionalSer ices(Epermitting)$35 000None1.Professional Services (E‐permitting): $35,000(1)Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded.IT & GIS DEPT68 TOWN OF NANTUCKETIS & GIS DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGETBUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGEGROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPERSONNEL EXPENSE1149 IS/GIS1149 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 441,412$ 443,137$ 439,207$ 252,031$ 441,252$ (0.3%)501,400$ 495,500$ (5,900)$ (1.2%)1149 51200 OVERTIME 2,744 985 - - 1,243 (100.0%)- - - na1149 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 7,877 8,498 10,237 10,556 8,871 14.0%10,770 10,640 (130) (1.2%)1149 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 6,569 6,563 6,534 3,814 6,555 (0.3%)7,400 7,300 (100) (1.4%)1149 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL IS/GIS PERSONNEL EXPENSES 458,601$ 459,183$ 455,978$ 266,401$ 457,921$ (0.3%)519,570$ 513,440$ (6,130)$ 12%OPERATING EXPENSE1149 IS/GIS1149 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP 8,761 572 - - 3,111 (100.0%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%1149 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 189,564 199,920 286,607 181,017 225,364 23.0%332,000 352,000 20,000 6.0%1149 53104 GENERAL:DATA PROCESSING 25,330 21,342 32,701 9,130 26,458 13.6%25,000 25,000 - 0.0%1149 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 446 - 3,456 720 1,301 178.5%600 600 - 0.0%114954201OFFICE SUPPLIES4 751 3 291 1 186 - 3 076(50 0%)5 000 5 000- 00%114954201OFFICE SUPPLIES4,751 3,291 1,186 - 3,076(50.0%)5,000 5,000- 0.0%1149 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL8,818 8,791 8,229 3,226 8,613 (3.4%)9,000 9,000 - 0.0%1149 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 5,000 - - - 1,667 (100.0%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%1149 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP475 50,789 - 32,518 17,088 (100.0%)30,000 10,000 (20,000) (66.7%)1149 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL IS/GIS OPERATING EXPENSES 243,144$ 284,706$ 332,179$ 226,612$ 286,676$ 16.9%411,600$ 411,600$ -$ 45%69 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01149Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 5Part-time 1Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies (UNFUNDED) 0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 6Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeRHODES, L DEPARTMENT HEAD 40.00 FN08 DHA Step 8 01/27/18 104,100 3,120 0 0 0 0 107,220SPROUSE, M GIS INFO TECH 35.00 FN14 SB Step 8 09/26/17 94,000 2,820 0 0 0 0 96,820PORTER, N GIS COORDINATOR 35.00 FN10 SB Step 8 12/28/17 94,000 2,820 0 0 0 0 96,820MCGLOIN, P IS SYSTEM TECH 35.00 FN14 SB Step 8 10/14/17 94,000 1,880 0 0 0 0 95,880ALVAREZ, M. IT TECHNICIAN 35.00 FN14 SA Step 1 04/04/18 69,600 0 0 0 0 0 69,600SOWER, E. IT TECHNICIAN 20.00 FN14 SA Step 1 10/01/17 39,800 0 0 0 0 0 39,800495,500010,640000000506,1407,300513,440Salary SubtotalMedicare (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)Information Services & GISTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)70 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetPlanning and Land Use Services Department71 FY2017PLUS 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:Completed budget process for additional hires.Increased Historic District Commission fees.Began early Town Meeting warrant preparation and review.BuildingInspectorearnedBuildingCommissionercredentialandreceivedadvancedtrainingforplanBuilding Inspector earned Building Commissioner credential and received advanced training for plan review.Planning Director received Outstanding Planner of the Year award of the MA Chapter of the American Planning Association and recognized by Representative Tim Madden at the 2016 ATM. MA Certified Public Purchasing Officer credential obtained by an Administrative Specialist for PLUS. Wiring Inspector implemented electronic wiring permits and eliminated obsolete duplicate permits.  PLUS Department72 FY2018PLUS Department Overview Pi ii•PrioritiesFocus on improvement of the HDC operations, practices, and administration.Update the 2009 Master Plan.Continue to investigate restructuring of HDC division to enhance service.Continue to improve building permit application review and response time.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None –stable at the moment and no significant changes forecasted.gg•Key IssuesChanges at both the HDC elected Commission and staff levels require on‐going modifications to pastpractices.pAdequate staff support for long‐term planning activities, including the Master Plan andorganizational structure of the HDC.PLUS Department73 FY2018PLUS Department Overview Town of Nantucket B ildiDi i iPit50006000Building Division Permits30004000Permit IssuedAverage of Total Permits = 416120003000Number of PA fB ildiPit140701000FY97FY98FY99FY 00FY 01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08FYO9FY10FY11FY12FY13FY14FY15FY16Building PermitsTOTAL PermitsAverage of Building Permits = 1407PLUS DepartmentFFFFiscal Year74 FY2018 BudgetPLUS Department3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGET SUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS AVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGET BUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD Payroll Salary $ 1,282,488 $ 1,308,219 $ 1,352,777 $ 714,897 $ 1,314,495 2.7%$ 1,477,309 $ 1,531,879 $ 54,570 3.7%Costs of Payroll Shown in 3C Grant (Fund 25) 124,670 124,670 124,670 124,670 124,670 0.0%124,670 124,670 - 0.0%Overtime 3,861 6,439 9,470 7,921 6,590 56.6%5,000 8,000 3,000 60.0%Medicare P/R Tax 17,495 17,183 18,319 9,499 17,666 2.3%21,500 22,400 900 4.2%Medical Insurance -----na---naRep & Maint 20,975 38,553 32,154 8,986 30,561 23.8%66,000 42,500 (23,500) (35.6%)Prof Services 28,803 8,521 24,694 (7,604)20,673 (7.4%)10,000 15,000 5,000 50.0%Prof Services-Planning Board 80,706 45,027 4,283 -43,339 (77.0%)---naProf Services-Yard Sales -- 105,023 48,981 35,008 na100,000 100,000 - 0.0%Supplies 28,854 59,644 21,735 7,873 36,744 (13.2%)28,000 28,000 - 0.0%Travel 13,471 20,370 37,760 15,480 23,867 67.4%36,200 39,700 3,500 9.7%Other 59,192 101,583 109,407 46,364 90,061 36.0%122,300 129,300 7,000 5.7%Less: 3C Grant Operating Expense (59,407)(76,003)(56,079)-(63,830)(2.8%)---naLess: 3C Grant Operating Expense (59,407)(76,003)(56,079)(63,830)(2.8%)naLess: 3C Grant Payroll Costs (Fund 25) (124,670) (124,670) (124,670) (124,670)(124,670) 0.0%(124,670)(124,670) - 0.0%TOTAL PLUS DEPT & REVOLVING FUNDS $ 1,476,437 $ 1,529,537 $ 1,659,545 $ 852,397 $ 1,555,173 6%$ 1,866,309 $ 1,916,779 $ 50,470 3%PLUS Department75 AppendixAppendixPLUS Department76 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart Organization Chart ––PLUS DepartmentPLUS DepartmentPLUS Department77 d lFY 2018 Budget DetailPLUS Department78 FY2018’PLUS Dep’t Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)1. Housing Specialist Position: $30,3001.Professional Services (HDC related): $5,0002.Replacement of vehicle: $27,500(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.PLUS Department79 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGET BUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT01174 43203 FILING FEES(76,718)$ (84,728)$ (94,896)$ (66,582) (85,447) 11.2%(84,500)$ (84,500)$ -$ 0.0%01174 43274 INSPECTION FEES (126,584) - - - (42,195) (100.0%)- - -$ na01174 43702 MISC SALES - (715) - - (238) na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT REVENUES(203,302)$ (85,443) (94,896)$ (66,582)$ (135,800)$ (31.7%)(84,500)$ (84,500)$ -$ 0%1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT01249 43207 INSP FEE RESTAURANT(5,450) (1,375) (10,975) (4,925) (5,933) 41.9%(5,450) (5,450) -$ 0.0%01249 43208 BLDG INSP FEES LODG HSE (5,209) (2,735) (9,850) (2,600) (5,931) 37.5%(5,250) (5,250) -$ 0.0%01249 43209 BLDG INSP FEE PUBLIC BLDG(9,604) (19,104) (8,675) (3,400) (12,461) (5.0%)(10,000) (10,000) -$ 0.0%01249 43213 PLUMBING INSPECTION FEES(104,276) (111,214) (175,645) (82,355) (130,379) 29.8%(111,500) (174,190) 62,690$ 56.2%01249 43214 WIRING INSPECTION FEES (78,414) (114,437) (205,555) (95,068) (132,802) 61.9%(114,500) (178,075) 63,575$ 55.5%01249 43702 INSPECTORS MISC SALES(12,257) (12,858) (9,578) (3,680) (11,564) (11.6%)(12,850) (12,850) -$ 0.0%01249 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES(850) (300) (2,500) - (1,217) 71.5%(850) - (850)$ (100.0%)01249 44500 BUILDING PERMITS (899,830) (1,013,626) (1,219,361) (659,595) (1,044,273) 16.4%(1,010,000) (1,324,800) 314,800$ 31.2%SUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPT GF REVENUES(1,115,891)$ (1,275,649) (1,642,139)$ (851,623)$ (1,107,848)$ 21.3%(1,270,400)$ (1,710,615)$ 440,215$ 35%1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION DEPARTMENT01691 43203 FILING FEES(176,562) (202,764) (182,859) (143,809) (187,395) 1.8%(202,500) (202,500) -$ 0.0%01691 43702 HDC -GUIDE BOOKS & COPIES- - (54) - (18) na- - -$ na01691 47708 HDC VIOLATION FEE - - - - - na- - -$ na01691 49000 REFUNDS - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION GF REVENUES(176,562)$ (202,764)$ (182,913)$ (143,809)$ (170,052)$ 1.8%(202,500)$ (202,500)$ -$ 0%PERSONNEL EXPENSE1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT01174 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT560,861 687,735 644,676 384,135 631,090 7.2%732,200 767,800 35,600$ 4.9%01174 51300 OVERTIME 2,238 1,575 8,230 6,913 4,014 91.7%5,000 8,000 3,000$ 60.0%01174 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 1,214 1,492 1,707 1,057 1,471 18.6%2,080 1,564 (516)$ (24.8%)01174 51700 LONGEVITY PAY10,827 5,987 8,931 5,749 8,582 (9.2%)5,710 5,439 (271)$ (4.7%)01174 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX8,636 9,983 10,039 5,769 9,553 7.8%10,800 11,300 500$ 4.6%01174 51962 PEBSCO-EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT PERSONNEL EX583,777$ 706,771$ 673,582$ 403,623$ 567,270$ 7.4%755,790$ 794,103$ 38,313$ 5%1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT01249 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT434,336 452,608 574,121 298,479 487,021 15.0%592,000 573,900 (18,100)$ (3.1%)01249 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY14,853 6,050 6,275 5,538 9,059 (35.0%)22,500 22,500 -$ 0.0%01249 51300 OVERTIME 1,417 4,864 1,167 1,008 2,483 (9.3%)- - -$ na01249 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 2,086 2,086 2,091 1,057 2,088 0.1%2,080 2,086 6$ 0.3%01249 51700 LONGEVITY PAY18,114 14,044 7,874 10,007 13,344 (34.1%)10,289 13,060 2,771$ 26.9%01249 51961 MEDICARE P/R TX5,257 5,196 6,726 3,602 5,726 13.1%9,100 8,900 (200)$ (2.2%)80 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGET BUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01249 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL EXPENSE476,062$ 484,846$ 598,254$ 319,690$ 459,830$ 12.1%635,969$ 620,446$ (15,523)$ (2%)1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION01691 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT178,714 102,303 102,362 8,832 127,793 (24.3%)105,700 142,200 36,500$ 34.5%01691 51300 OVERTIME 206 - 73 - 93 (40.3%)- - -$ na01691 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION 521 521 523 44 522 0.1%520 - (520)$ (100.0%)01691 51700 LONGEVITY PAY6,115 4,109 4,219 - 4,814 (16.9%)4,230 - (4,230)$ (100.0%)01691 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX2,754 1,551 1,554 129 1,953 (24.9%)1,600 2,100 500$ 31.3%SUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION PERSONNEL EXPENSES188,310$ 108,484$ 108,731$ 9,005$ 158,438$ (24.0%)112,050$ 144,300$ 32,250$ 29%OPERATING EXPENSE1174 PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPARTMENT1174 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP18,068 8,583 12,751 8,261 13,134 (16.0%)9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0%1174 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE489 7,720 376 145 2,862 (12.4%)8,000 6,000 (2,000)$ (25.0%)1174 52700 RENTALS/LEASES - 8,917 16,830 8,495 8,582 na8,900 10,900 2,000$ 22.5%1174 52703 RENT/LSE:POSTAGE METER- 357 179 179 179 na400 400 -$ 0.0%1174 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 28,684 8,521 24,694 (7,966) 20,633 (7.2%)10,000 15,000 5,000$ 50.0%1174 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 40,461 70,441 65,460 25,868 58,787 27.2%91,000 95,000 4,000$ 4.4%1174 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 1,897 4,435 6,114 1,764 4,149 79.5%4,500 4,500 -$ 0.0%1174 53161 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-YARD SALES- - 105,023 48,981 35,008 na100,000 100,000 -$ 0.0%1174 53174 PROFESSIONAL SVCS - PBOARD80,706 45,027 4,283 - 43,339 (77.0%)- - -$ na1174 53402 COMM:POSTAGE 6,065 9,000 11,888 4,803 8,984 40.0%9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0%1174 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 25,638 58,552 19,087 5,979 34,426 (13.7%)26,000 26,000 -$ 0.0%1174 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 1,790 2,163 1,778 870 1,910 (0.4%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%1174 57050 OTHER CHGS & EXPS (59,407) (76,003) (56,079) - (63,830) (2.8%)- - -$ na1174 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL5,324 11,959 10,158 1,548 9,147 38.1%12,000 12,000 -$ 0.0%1174 57102 IN-STATE:MILEAGE/CAR ALLW169 - 122 - 97 (15.0%)- - -$ na1174 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA995 2,264 6,612 100 3,290 157.8%2,500 6,000 3,500$ 140.0%1174 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - 4,616 2,224 - 2,280 na4,700 4,700 -$ 0.0%1174 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 3,518 3,873 5,136 3,645 4,176 20.8%4,000 5,000 1,000$ 25.0%1174 58501ADD EQ: NEW EQUIP- - 19,027 465 6,342 na- - -$ na1174 58502ADD EQ:OFFICE FURNITURE- - 76 1,250 25 na- - -$ na1174 58503ADD EQ: VEHICLES - 22,250 - - 7,417 na49,000 27,500 (21,500)$ (43.9%)SUBTOTAL PLANNING AND LAND USE SERVICES DEPT OPERATING EXP154,396$ 192,678$ 255,738$ 104,386$ 121,772$ 28.7%341,500$ 333,500$ (8,000)$ (2%)1249 BUILDING DEPARTMENT1249 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP - - - - - na- - -$ na1249 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE2,182 - - 115 727 (100.0%)- - -$ na1249 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - 363 - na- - -$ na1249 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 1,007 (10) 18 - 338 (86.6%)- - -$ na1249 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - 254 - na- - -$ na1249 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG 3,216 1,092 2,572 - 2,293 (10.6%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%1249 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 857 961 975 380 931 6.7%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1249 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL4,735 385 16,588 13,108 7,236 87.2%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0%1249 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA1,961 555 858 725 1,125 (33.9%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%81 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPLUS DEPARTMENTS FY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGET BUDGETFY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD1249 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL287 - 1,199 - 495 104.4%- - -$ na1249 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 665 572 1,030 360 756 24.5%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1249 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- - - 389 - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL BUILDING DEPT OPERATING EXPENSES14,910$ 3,556$ 23,240$ 15,693$ 8,194$ 24.8%21,000$ 21,000$ -$ 0%1691 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION (NOW IN PLANNING BUDGET)1691 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT236 - - - 79 (100.0%)- - -$ na1691 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 119 - - - 40 (100.0%)- - -$ na1691 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING - - - - - na- - -$ na1691 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING 2,330 872 - - 1,067 (100.0%)- - -$ na1691 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES - - - - - na- - -$ na1691 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS 92 - - - 31 (100.0%)- - -$ na1691 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL- 591 - - 197 na- - -$ na1691 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA- - - - - na- - -$ na1691 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL - - - - - na- - -$ na1691 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 510 - - - 170 (100.0%)- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION OPERATING EXPENSES3,288$ 1,463$ -$ -$ 3,857$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na27249 PERMIT REVOLVER27249 48432 WIRING PERMIT REVOLVER(19,601) (28,768) - - (16,123) (100.0%)- - -$ na27249 48433 PLUMBING PERMIT REVOLVER(24,849) (27,795) - - (17,548) (100.0%)- - -$ naSUBTOTAL PERMIT REVOLVER REVENUE(44,450)$ (56,563)$ -$ -$ (44,591)$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na27249 51100 SALARY PERMANENT54,847 31,285 - - 28,711 (100.0%)- - -$ na27249 51200 SALARY SEASONAL- - - - - na- - -$ na27249 51700 LONGEVITY - - - - - na- - -$ na27249 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX848 454 - - 434 (100.0%)- - -$ na27249 59991 TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND - - 44,402 - 14,801 na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL PERMIT REVOLVER11,245$ (24,824)$ 44,402$ -$ 10,274$ 98.7%-$ -$ -$ naVARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL-$ -$ -$ TOTAL PERMIT REVOLVER11,245$ -$ 44,402$ -$ 10,274$ 98.7%-$ -$ 82 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01174Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 10Part-time 0Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacant (Unfunded) 1New Positions Requested 1TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 12Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeVORCE, A DIRECTOR 36.00 PL01 Contract 02/01/18 135,10000000135,10010% of Salary Charged to Fund 25/Planning Office(13,400)00000(13,400)SNELL, L DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PLANNING 38.00 PL05 Contract 07/08/17 128,30000000128,300BURNS, T TRANS PLANNER 37.50 PL11 SC Step 8 06/25/18 103,500 4,139 0 521 0 0 108,160100% of Salary Charged to Fund 25/Planning Office(103,500) (4,139) 0 (521) 00(108,160)HULL, K. ADMIN SPECIALIST 40.00 BU24 S2 Step 8 02/21/18 75,400 2,262000077,662ANTONIETTI, E. LAND USE SPECIALIST 37.50 PL20 SA Step 1 11/04/17 69,6000000069,600BACKUS, H. LAND USE SPECIALIST 35.00 PL07 SA Step 1 11/04/17 69,6000000069,600ANCERO, C. ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 PL20 S2 Step 8 05/03/18 66,000 1,980000067,980HEDDEN,J. HDC COORDINATOR 35.00 PL20 S3 Step 2 06/22/18 59,800 1,197000060,997BRADFORD,K. ADMIN SPECIALIST 35.00 BU24 S2 Step 1 07/01/17 53,700 0 0 1,043 0 0 54,743STRANG, D. ADMIN ASSISTANT 35.00 PL07 S2 Step 1 08/25/17 53,700 0 0 521 0 0 54,221VACANT - 1/2 year Funded HOUSING SPECIALIST 35.00 07/01/17 39,7000000039,700VACANT - (1/2) year Requested HOUSING SPECIALIST 40.00 07/01/17 30,300 30,300VACANT - UNFUNDED SENIOR PLANNER767,8005,43901,5640005,000779,80311,300791,103Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Planning and Land Use ServicesTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)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 Subtotal83 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 29174State GrantNumber of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 1Part-time 1Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 2Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/16(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeBURNS, T TRANS PLANNER 35.00 PL11 SC Step 8 06/25/18 103,500 4,140 0 521 0 0 108,161VORCE, A DIRECTOR 4.00 PL01 CONTRACT 02/01/18 13,400 0 0 0 0 0 13,400116,90004,14052100000121,561 1,800123,361Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Fund 25 / Planning OfficeTotal 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)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 Subtotal84 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01249Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 6Part-time 0Seasonal 0Temporary 5Vacancies 0New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 11Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeBUTLER, S BUILDING COMMISSIONER 40.00 BU01 DHB Step 9 04/22/18 124,100 6,200 0 521 0 0 130,821NOLL, A. LOCAL INSPECTOR 35.00 BU03 SC Step 8 07/01/17 103,500 3,100 0 1,564 0 0 108,164BENNETT, D. PLUMBING INSPECTOR 35.00 BU10 SC Step 1 06/16/18 84,100 0 0 0 0 0 84,100CARROLL, B. WIRING INSPECTOR 35.00 BU09 SC Step 1 06/09/18 84,100 0 0 0 0 0 84,100SILVERSTEIN, M ZONING OFFICER 35.00 BA02 SB Step 8 07/28/17 94,000 3,760 0 0 0 0 97,760BARRY, J. LOCAL BUILDING INSPECTO35.00 BU07 SC Step 105/18/1884,100 0 00 0 0 84,100TEMP INSP (MAX 5)TEMP INSPECTORS 15 Hrs / 10 Wks BU30 TW Article 7N/A22,500 0 00 0 0 22,500573,90022,50013,06002,0860000611,5468,900620,446Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Building Department / InspectorsTotal 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)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 Subtotal85 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01691Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 1Part-time 1Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 1New Positions Requested 0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 3Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeVACANT - Funded HDC Inspector 35.00 SA 03/01/18 60,600 60,600VACANT - Funded Administrative Specialist 35.00 S2 03/01/18 53,700 53,700VACANT - Funded Minute Taker 20.00 S1 03/01/18 27,900 27,900Historic District Commission142,20000000000142,2002,100144,300Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)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)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 Subtotal86 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetTown Clerk Department87 FY2018TCl kD’RiTown Clerk Dep’t ReviewMi iThT d CCl k'Offii GllThTCl ki h•Mission: The Town and County Clerk's Office is a Gateway to local government. The Town Clerk is theTown's recording officer, registrar of vital statistics, and chief election official. Our mission is to facilitatethe efforts of our residents and visitors to access public information, to enable voters to avail themselvesof 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 accessvia Laserfiche and technologically up‐to‐date systems.To secure CPC funding in 2018 for Phase Two of repairing, re‐binding, microfilming and conversion to ourarchival Laserfiche system of the Lewis Burial Records since 1875.yTo encourage the Town to consider a town‐wide records management system  via Laserfiche to facilitatepublic records requests, as well as an archival facility to store our permanent paper records.•Initiatives and Accomplishments:  We survived the first Presidential Election with the advent of EarlypyVoting in Massachusetts.  Many lessons were learned, and all MA clerks will be urging the state’s andLegislature’s cooperation to implement our suggestions to improve the process for all concerned.Town Clerk Department88 FY2018’Town Clerk Dep’t Overview Pi iiT i l i dlid hdd•Priorities:  To organize vaults in order to streamline access to our records when needed.To encourage the Town to attempt to make a true count of all our year‐round citizens so that we have abetter handle on how many people we are truly providing services for.Si ifiChYYEi dliidibli•Significant Changes Year‐to‐Year  Extra town meetings and elections put an incredible strain on ourbudget,  and our staff.  Addressing the extra work involved means that we are unable to complete ourregular statutory duties in (what we believe to be) a timely fashion.  We need support staff.•KeyIssuesOurincreasedpopulationhaschallengedustotrytofindbettermoreefficientwaystoserve•Key Issues  Our increased population has challenged us to try to find better, more efficient ways to servethem.  Most significantly, our increased foreign nationals’ births and marriages have complicated ourregistrations necessitating scores of records that must be amended.•The system we have for posting meetings is prolonged and cumbersome.  We posted 1098 meetings inFY2016.  At 10 minutes per posting, the staff spent 183 work hours posting the meetings to our website inppg,ppggorder to comply with the Open Meeting Law.Town Clerk Department89 FY2018 BudgetTCl kD’Town Clerk Dep’tC3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary222,321$ 210,297$ 240,062$ 132,507$ 224,227$ 3.9% 254,280$ 256,310$ 2,030$ 0.8%Oti2 007 3 960 3 411 2 902 3 126 30 4% $ Overtime2,007 3,960 3,411 2,902 3,126 30.4%- - -$ naMedicare P/R Tax3,246 3,353 3,516 1,949 3,372 4.1% 3,700 3,700 -$ 0.0%Medical Insurance- - - - - na - - -$ naRep & Maint570 222 419 9 404 (14.3%) 500 500 -$ 0.0%Elections10,190 25,905 22,574 25,731 19,556 48.8% 26,000 20,000 (6,000)$ (23.1%)Prof Services5,565 13,009 9,094 14,811 9,223 27.8% 6,500 9,000 2,500$ 38.5%Travel Expenses3,606 6,320 4,102 2,755 4,676 6.7%9,400 6,400 (3,000)$ (31.9%)p,,,,,%,,(, )$(%)Supplies1,304 746 939 1,278 996 (15.1%)800 900 100$ 12.5%Equipment- 1,000 - - 333 na- - -$ naTown Meeting6,756 7,407 10,905 1,506 8,356 27.0%7,500 9,000 1,500$ 20.0% Other16,355 15,135 11,180 6,397 14,223 (17.3%)15,850 15,900 50$ 0.3%TOTAL TOWN CLERK 271,919$ 287,356$ 306,204$ 189,846$ 288,493$ 6.1%324,530$ 321,710$ (2,820)$ (0.9%)Town Clerk Department90 AppendixAppendixTown Clerk Department91 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket OitiCh tOitiCh tTCl kDttTCl kDttOrganization Chart Organization Chart ––Town Clerk DepartmentTown Clerk DepartmentTown ClerkAssistant Town ClerkAdministration ClerkWardens & ConstablesRegistrarsElection Tellers & Clerks Town Clerk Department92 FY2018 Budget DetailTown Clerk Department93 FY2018’Town Clerk Dep’t Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)NoneNone(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.Town Clerk Department94 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN CLERKFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1161 TOWN CLERK1161 43702 TOWN CLERK MISC SALES (393)$ (638)$ (571)$ (310)$ (534) 20.5%(600)$ (600)$ -$ 0.0%1161 44202 TAXI TRANSFER(2,100) (1,600) (1,200) (700) (1,633) (24.4%)(1,600) (1,600) -$ 0.0%1161 44204 TAXI/LIMO LIC RENEWALS(23,300) (20,250) (23,850) (300) (22,467) 1.2%(20,250) (20,250) -$ 0.0%1161 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES(1,105) (2,920) (2,345) (60) (2,123) 45.7%(3,000) (3,000) -$ 0.0%1161 44207 OTHER NON-BUS LICENSES(4,830) (4,680) (5,340) (6,630) (4,950) 5.1%(4,700) (4,700) -$ 0.0%1161 44208 LICENSES - DOMESTIC PARTNERSHP(1,545) - (25) - (523) (87.3%)- - -$ na1161 44209 CLERK LIC DOGS (7,240) (4,385) (4,485) (255) (5,370) (21.3%)(4,350) (4,350) -$ 0.0%1161 44500 0THER BUSINESS PERMITS(14,660) (5,450) (6,470) (3,620) (8,860) (33.6%)(5,500) (5,500) -$ 0.0%1161 44501 CERTIFICATIONS(18,640) (16,860) (12,355) (17,750) na- - -$ na1161 44507 VOTER EXTRACT (320) (180) - (250) na- - -$ na1161 44513 GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH (60) (56) (148) (145) (88) 56.8%- - -$ na1161 44517 POLE RELOCATION (300) - (850) (375) (383) 68.3%(300) (300) -$ 0.0%1161 46400 STATE GRANTS-EXTENDED POLLS(9,387) (1,854) (673) (1,346) (3,971) (73.2%)- - -$ na1161 47707 CODE VIOLATIONS CITATIONS (12,500) (7,910) (14,675) (10,200) (11,695) 8.4%(12,500) (12,500) -$ 0.0%1161 48400 TOWN CLERK MISC REVENUES(126) (356) (152) (55) (211) 9.5%(350) - (350)$ (100.0%)SUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK REVENUE(77,547)$ (69,059)$ (77,823)$ (36,351)$ (74,809)$ 0.2% (53,150)$ (52,800)$ 350$ (0.7%)PERSONNEL EXPENSE1161 TOWN CLERK1161 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 217,457 206,012 234,779 128,085 219,416 3.9%247,900 249,000 1,100$ 0.4%1161 51300 OVERTIME2,007 3,960 3,411 2,902 3,126 30.4%- - -$ na1161 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION 3,607 2,982 3,280 2,321 3,290 (4.6%)2,600 3,600 1,000$ 38.5%1161 51700 LONGEVITY PAY1,256 1,304 2,003 2,101 1,521 26.3%3,780 3,710 (70)$ (1.9%)1161 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 3,246 3,353 3,516 1,949 3,372 4.1%3,700 3,700 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK PERSONNEL EXPENSES 227,574$ 217,611$ 246,990$ 137,358$ 230,725$ 4.2%257,980$ 260,010$ 2,030$ 0.8%OPERATING EXPENSE1161 TOWN CLERK1161 52401 REP&MAINT:OFFICE EQUIP 570 222 419 9 404 (14.3%)500 500 -$ 0.0%1161 52501 MISC PURCH:MICRO/BOOK RES4,213 1,411 3,309 - 2,978 (11.4%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%1161 52506 TOWN MEETING6,756 7,407 10,905 1,506 8,356 27.0%7,500 9,000 1,500$ 20.0%1161 52507 ELECTIONS10,190 25,905 22,574 25,731 19,556 48.8%26,000 20,000 (6,000)$ (23.1%)1161 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5,565 13,009 9,094 14,811 9,223 27.8%6,500 9,000 2,500$ 38.5%1161 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING- - - - - na- - -$ na1161 53107 GENERAL:CENSUS 3,770 4,073 4,185 2,796 4,010 5.4%4,100 4,500 400$ 9.8%1161 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING7,045 8,404 2,551 2,990 6,000 (39.8%)8,400 8,000 (400)$ (4.8%)1161 53113 GENERAL:CLERICAL 371 517 789 262 559 45.8%500 500 -$ 0.0%1161 53402 COMM:POSTAGE261 200 - 200 154 (100.0%)200 200 -$ 0.0%1161 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES1,304 746 939 1,278 996 (15.1%)800 900 100$ 12.5%1161 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL- 1,264 781 - 682 na4,300 1,300 (3,000)$ (69.8%)1161 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA 1,756 1,816 2,107 2,755 1,893 9.5%1,850 1,850 -$ 0.0%1161 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL1,850 3,240 1,214 - 2,101 (19.0%)3,250 3,250 -$ 0.0%95 TOWN OF NANTUCKETTOWN CLERKFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTD1161 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN520 430 345 100 432 (18.5%)450 500 50$ 11.1%1161 57405 INS PREM:EMPLOYEE BONDS175 100 - 50 92 (100.0%)200 200 -$ 0.0%1161 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP- 1,000 - - 333 na- - -$ na1161 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL TOWN CLERK OPERATING EXPENSES 44,346$ 69,744$ 59,214$ 52,487$ 57,768$ 15.6%66,550$ 61,700$ (4,850)$ (7.3%)96 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01161Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time3Part-time0Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS3NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeSTOVER, C TOWN CLERK40.00TC01 TW Article 7 04/08/1897,90000 1,00000 98,900HOLMES, NASST. TOWN CLERK 40.00TC03S3 Step 9 11/08/1782,500 1,6500 1,56000 85,710HOLDGATE, G.ADMIN ASST40.00TC05S1 Step 9 08/01/1868,600 2,0600 1,04000 71,700249,00003 710Town ClerkTotal Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)3,71003,6000000256,3103,700260,010Salary SubtotalMedicare (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 Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)97 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetNatural Resources98 FY2018Natural Resources Review•MissionOur 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 planNatural Resources99 FY2018Natural Resources ReviewSl dIii idAlih•Selected Initiatives and Accomplishments–Completed renovation of Brant Point Shellfish Hatchery–Continued release of larval shellfish and seed sized shellfish (Madaket Admiralty and Nantucket Land Council)Cidli li(llbdii hii)–Continued water quality sampling (all water bodies staying the same or improving)–Started permitting for Oyster Reef Restoration Project–Continued the Shell Recycling Program–Continued the Commercial Fertilizer Licensing Program; including the formation of the Fertilizer diiAdvisory Committee–Continued to mark the direct discharge catch basins within Nantucket Harbor Area–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 openingsNatural Resources100 FY2018Natural Resources Overview •PrioritiesPriorities–Continued restoration of the native bay scallop population/development of shellfish production plan–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•SignificantChangesYear‐to‐Year•Significant Changes Year‐to‐Year–Continued program demands and expansion–Better integration of Nantucket and Madaket Harbors Action plan, approved Estuary Plans, Shellfish Management Plan and Coastal Management Plan–Continued enhancement of water quality program•Key Issues–Staffing levels–Equipment and equipment maintenance–Brant Point Hatchery Startup–PondManagementPond Management–Website development/public outreach and educationNatural Resources101 Natural Resources Department Goals and Objectives Departmental Goals 1-3 year objectives • Drafting of Pond Management Plan • Creation of Brant Point Hatchery Facility Technician Position • Combine Protected Species Technician/Assistant Warden into one year round position • Expand fertilizer educational program and evaluate fertilizer program in conjunction with the Board of Health • Enhancement of departmental website/social media presence to better allow for public access and information • Enhancement of stormwater discharge monitoring • Formalize boat motor/vehicle replacement schedule • Continue development of Nantucket Research Collabrative 5 year objectives • Creation of part time office assistant position • Development of Best Management Practices for homeowners within watershed areas to sensitive waterbodies • Re-evaluate strategic plan • Improved public outreach and education Shellfish Program 1-3 Year Objectives • Create an overall hatchery production plan/stock enhancement program • Expand hatchery grow-out capabilities on to outside decking to enhance production • Construct new FLUPSY systems • Create/designate personnel as field manager • Obtain a lift gate for a vehicle to aid in the Shell Recycling Program 5 Year Objectives • Develop flow-through capabilities at the Brant Point Hatchery • Expand grant and fund raising opportunities • Develop educational opportunities for local schools and other educational institutions • Improve data collection techniques to better evaluate shellfish enhancement projects 102 Natural Resources Enforcement 1-3 Year Objectives • Outfit work boat to better manage seed resources and enhance on-water presence. • Fill the Assistant Warden Position • Enhance data collection for both recreational and commercial fisheries • Expand the Bay Scallop Apprentice Program • Continue to refine the Aquaculture Lease Program • Increased public outreach and education 5 Year Objectives • Regulation review and update Water Quality Program 1-3 Year Objectives • Continue monitoring for TMDL compliance • Further establish and continue to install permanent water quality monitoring stations (Sonde installation) • Create an easily queried water quality database • Continue to monitor Eelgrass resources within Nantucket waters 5 Year Objectives • Assess and develop management goals for fishery resources within the Great Ponds • Input historic water quality data into working database Conservation Commission 1-3 Year Objectives • Regulation Review • Clarification and refinement of enforcement procedures • Improved monitoring/applicant reporting tracking • Development of educational materials • Development of training for local land use professionals that relate to the Wetlands Protection Act and local Wetlands Bylaw 5 Year Objective • Development of watershed management best management practices • Streamlined application process for projects of environmental benefit o Invasive species management o Septic system to sewer conversion o Resource Area/Buffer Zone Enhancement 103 FY2018 BudgetNatural Resources3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary252 058$ 307 164$ 450 731$ 245 339$ 336 651$ 33 7%511 484$ 566 488$ 55 004$ 10 8%Payroll Salary252,058$ 307,164$ 450,731$ 245,339$ 336,651$ 33.7%511,484$ 566,488$ 55,004$ 10.8%Overtime4,670 4,145 3,153 2,945 3,989 (17.8%)500 500 -$ 0.0%Medicare P/R Tax5,399 6,114 7,784 5,062 6,432 20.1%8,677 8,677 -$ 0.0%Rep & Maint841 10,703 8,650 1,427 6,731 220.7% 15,051 15,000 (51)$ (0.3%)Utilities- - - 865 - na2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0%Prof Services55,852 74,825 124,964 37,769 85,214 49.6% 202,121 265,937 63,816$ 31.6%Travel Expenses481 870 316 163 556 (18.9%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%p(),,Supplies32,451 19,280 23,297 15,158 25,010 (15.3%) 50,551 24,123 (26,428)$ (52.3%)Equipment1,235 197,471 81,899 1,843 93,535 714.2%1,277 1,100 (177)$ (13.8%)Rent/Lease Expenses- - - - - na- - -$ na Other9,799 173 854 514 3,609 (70.5%)1,800 1,800 -$ 0.0%TOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES 362,787$ 620,744$ 701,649$ 311,085$ 561,727$ 39.1%795,760$ 887,925$ 92,165$ 12%Natural Resources104 AppendixAppendixNatural Resources105 Town & County of Nantucket Town & County of Nantucket Organization Chart Organization Chart –– Natural ResourcesNatural ResourcesNatural Resources Coordinator(Jeff Carlson)Office Administrator(Joanne Dodd)Town WaterQualityNaturalResourcesPT Assistant Admin(New  ‐Vacant )Biologist/Shellfish Program(Tara Anne Riley)Hatchery ManagerAssistant Biologist –FieldCoordinatorWater Quality Specialist(Kaitlyn Shaw)Assistant Biologist –FieldCoordinatorNatural Resources Enforcement Officer(JC Johnsen)Protected Species Tech/Assistant Conservation Agent(Jeff Carlson)Assistant Conservation Agenty g(New ‐Vacant)Field Coordinator(Leah Cabral)Natural Resources Technician – Shellfish ProgramField Coordinator(Leah Cabral)Natural Resources Technician –Water Quality/Warden(Revised  ‐Vacant)Agent(Joanne Dodd)og a(2‐3 Seasonal)Qua ty(1 – Seasonal)Natural Resources106 FY2018 Budget DetailNatural Resources107 FY2018’Natural Resources’ Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)1. Brant Point Hatchery Technician: $69,415 1. Professional Services (Pond Coalition): $25,0002. Combine Seasonal Positions (3) into Full‐2. Professional Services (Water Quality Testing): $40,000Time: $38,521‐Paid by Beach Improvement Revolver (27251)(1) Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and others are excluded.Natural Resources108 TOWN OF NANTUCKETNATURAL RESOURCESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1912 NATURAL RESOURCES1912 43216 CONSERV FEE DETERMINATION (320)$ (505)$ (425)$ (300)$ (417)$ 15.2%(500)$ (500)$ -$ 0.0%1912 43217 CONSERV FEE N O I (35,658) (22,717) (18,131) (9,461) (25,502) (28.7%)(22,700) (22,700) -$ 0.0%1912 43229 CON COM COMPLIANCE FEES (1,320) (1,635) (1,900) (1,150) (1,618) 20.0%(1,600) (1,000) (600)$ (37.5%)1912 43251 FERTILIZER LICENSE FEE - (14,800) - - (4,933) na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES REVENUES(37,298)$ (39,657)$ (20,456)$ (10,911)$ (32,470)$ (25.9%)(24,800)$ (24,200)$ (600)$ (2%)SALARIES1912 NATURAL RESOURCES1912 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 244,891 298,266 435,492 235,447 326,216 33.4%485,900 559,678 73,778$ 15.2%1912 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL- - - - - na18,794 - (18,794)$ (100.0%)1912 51300 OVERTIME755 2,358 287 238 1,133 (38.4%)- - -$ na1912 51700 LONGEVITY PAY- - - - - na6,790 6,810 20$ 0.3%1912 51800 HOLIDAY PAY7,167 8,898 15,240 9,892 10,435 45.8%- - -$ na1912 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX3,709 4,913 6,539 3,561 5,054 32.8%7,400 7,400 -$ 0.0%1912 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES PERSONNEL EXPENSES256,523$ 314,435$ 457,558$ 249,137$ 342,838$ 33.6%518,884$ 573,888$ 55,004$ 11%SUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES PERSONNEL EXPENSES256,523$ 314,435$ 457,558$ 249,137$ 342,838$ 33.6%518,884$ 573,888$ 55,004$ 11%OPERATING EXPENSE1912 NATURAL RESOURCES (EST 2013)1912 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT - - 5,533 1,357 1,844 na5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1912 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES10,483 11,575 24,852 7,677 15,637 54.0%96,512 161,512 65,000$ 67.3%1912 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING302 173 384 494 286 12.7%500 500 -$ 0.0%1912 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING196 - - - 65 (100.0%)200 200 -$ 0.0%1912 53160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES- POND O- - 7,380 5,535 2,460 na19,000 19,000 -$ 0.0%1912 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES965 1,134 1,690 646 1,263 32.4%2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%1912 57101 IN STATE MISC TRAVEL481 817 316 163 538 (18.9%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%1912 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN- - 470 20 157 na100 100 -$ 0.0%1912 58501ADD EQUIPMENT: NEW EQUIPMENT- - 33,959 - 11,320 na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL NATURAL RESOURCES OPERATING EXPENSES 12,426$ 13,699$ 74,585$ 15,892$ 33,570$ 145.0%124,812$ 189,812$ 65,000$ 52%27170 CONSERVATION COMMISSION REVOLVER (MGL Chapter 44 Section 53E 1/2)------ ----- ------------------------27170 48400 MISC REVENUE (33,400) (34,988) (24,000) (11,400) (30,796) (15.2%)(35,000) (35,000) -$ 0.0%27170 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - - - - - na(35,000) - 35,000$ (100.0%)SUBTOTAL CONSERVATION COMMISSION REVENUE(33,400)$ (34,988)$ (24,000)$ (11,400)$ (30,796)$ (15.2%)(35,000)$ (35,000)$ -$ 0%27170 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 14,018 13,063 15,511 2,387 14,198 5.2%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0%109 TOWN OF NANTUCKETNATURAL RESOURCESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDTOTAL CONSERVATION COMMISSION(19,382)$ (21,924)$ (8,489)$ (9,013)$ (16,598)$ (33.8%)-$ -$ -$ na27250 BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER (MGL Chapter 44 Section 53E 1/2)------ ----- ------------------------27250 48400 MISC REVENUE (112,646) (120,495) (437,699) (202,500) (223,613) 97.1%(116,500) (116,500) -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVENUE (112,646)$ (120,495)$ (437,699)$ (202,500)$ (223,613)$ 97.1%(116,500)$ (116,500)$ -$ 0%27250 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 27,430 28,674 2,996 35,246 19,700 (66.9%)60,000 60,000 -$ 0.0%27250 51200 SEASONAL SALARY18,470 14,179 17,147 30,561 16,599 (3.6%)- 38,521 38,521$ na27250 51220 SALARY SEASONAL BEACH PATROL30,048 19,544 48,354 25,980 32,649 26.9%- - -$ na27250 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL3,914 1,615 2,606 2,708 2,712 (18.4%)500 500 -$ 0.0%27250 51320 OVERTIME: BEACH PATROL- 173 259 - 144 na- - -$ na27250 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 1,732 1,976 1,979 4,960 1,896 6.9%- - -$ na27250 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS- - - - - na- - -$ na27250 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX1,183 969 1,063 1,501 1,072 (5.2%)877 877 -$ 0.0%27250 52005 BEACH CLEANING6,237 - - - 2,079 (100.0%)- - -$ na27250 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT841 10,331 3,097 70 4,756 91.8%10,051 10,000 (51)$ (0.5%)27250 52427 REP&MAINT: BEACH PATROL- 271 - - 90 na- - -$ na27250 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES4,657 24,149 58,282 6,514 29,030 253.7%23,015 23,000 (15)$ (0.1%)27250 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING3,064 - - - 1,021 (100.0%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%2725053158PROF SERVICES BEACH PATROL $ 2725053158PROF SERVICES - BEACH PATROL- - - - - na- - -$ na27250 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE - - - - - na- - -$ na27250 54106 SUPPLIES30,956 17,078 21,333 14,513 23,122 (17.0%)47,551 21,123 (26,428)$ (55.6%)27250 54206 EQUIPMENT- 70,535 4,897 - 25,144 na- - -$ na27250 54212 EQUIPMENT: BEACH PATROL153 - - - 51 (100.0%)- - -$ na27250 54704 SAFETY: UNIFORMS BEACH PATROL- - - - - na- - -$ na27250 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE- - - - - na- - -$ na27250 58504ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES - 126,769 27,554 - 51,441 na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER16,041$ 195,768$ (248,131)$ (80,448)$ (12,107)$ na26,494$ 38,521$ 12,027$ 45%VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL(26,494)$ (38,521)$ TOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER195,768$ (248,131)$ (80,448)$ (26,181)$ na-$ -$ 27289 SHELLFISH PROPAGATION (MGL Chapter 130 Section 54 of the Acts of 1979)27289 48400 MISC REVENUE(85,290) (60,725) (67,069) (27,043) (71,028) (11.3%)(60,725) (60,725)$ -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVENUE (85,290)$ (60,725)$ (67,069)$ (27,043)$ (71,028)$ (11.3%)(60,725)$ (60,725)$ -$ 0%27289 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 34,944 15,980 12,481 - 21,135 (40.2%)28,000 28,000 -$ 0.0%27289 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX507 232 181 - 306 (40.2%)400 400 -$ 0.0%27289 52010 ELECTRICAL/FUEL/GAS- - - 865 - na2,800 2,800 -$ 0.0%27289 52020 WATER/SEWER FEES- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 52050 LANDFILL FEES- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 52105 UTILITY:WATER- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 52106 UTILITY:SEWER- - - - - na- - -$ na110 TOWN OF NANTUCKETNATURAL RESOURCESFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017 FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD27289 52110 OTHER SERVICES- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT- 101 21 - 41 na- - -$ na27289 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES26,694 26,037 18,938 15,656 23,890 (15.8%)28,594 27,425 (1,169)$ (4.1%)27289 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 54030 OFFICE SUPPLIES- - - - - na- - -$ na27289 54115 SUPPLIES LABORATORY530 1,068 274 - 624 (28.1%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%27289 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL- 53 - - 18 na- - -$ na27289 58050 EQUIPMENT1,083 167 15,489 1,843 5,580 278.2%1,277 1,100 (177)$ (13.8%)SUBTOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVOLVER(21,533)$ (17,088)$ (19,684)$ (8,679)$ (19,435)$ (4.4%)1,345$ -$ (1,345)$ (100%)VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL(1,345)$ -$ TOTAL SHELLFISH PROPAGATION REVOLVER(17,088)$ (19,684)$ (8,679)$ (8,544)$ 0.0%-$ -$ 111 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01912Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 6Part-time 0Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies (Approved to fill) 0New Positions Requested 2TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 8Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeCARLSON, J.NATURAL RESOURCES COORDINATOR37.50 MA19 SC Step 8 05/08/18103,500 3,1000000 106,600JOHNSEN, J.SHELLFISH WARDEN37.50 MA08 SB Step 6 05/16/1891,600 1,8300000 93,430RILEY, T.TOWN BIOLOGIST35.00 MA10 SB Step 8 12/09/1794,000 1,8800000 95,880CABRAL,L.ASSISTANT BIOLOGIST35.00 MA04 SA Step 1 06/25/1869,60000000 69,600SHAW, K.WATER QUALITY SPECIALIST35.00 MA04 SA Step 1 01/15/1869,60000000 69,600DODD, J.ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT40.00 MA22 S1 Step 1 08/05/1753,70000000 53,700VACANT - Requested BRANT POINT HATCHERY TECHNICIAN40.00SA Step 1 07/01/1769,41500000 69,415VACANT - Requested PROTECTED SPECIES/ASS SHELLFISH/WHARDEN40.00SA Step 1 07/01/1769,41500000 69,415LESS: seasonal positions combined into the requested full-time(30,894)(30,894)NET REQUEST: paid by beach improvement revolver (27251)(38,521)(38,521)Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)482,000Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)19,194Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)6,810Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)0Overtime, Seasonal (enter on Munis 514xx)0Salary Subtotal508,004Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)7,400Total Personnel Services 515,404Natural Resources112 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27251BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVERMGL CHP 44 SEC 53E1/2Number of Positions in DepartmentApportioned Salary of Asst. Health Inspector0Part-time0Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested1TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS1NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeORG: 27251VACANT - RequestedPROTECTED SPECIES/ASST WHARDEN40.00SA Step 1 07/01/1769,41569,415Less: Seasonal Position PROTECTED SPECIES40HRS / 15 WKS MA11 TW Article 7 n/a(11,700)00000 (11,700)Less: Transfer of Seasonal from Natural Resources Budget(19,194)(19,194)ORG:27251Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)38,521Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)0Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)0Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)0Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)Salary Subtotal38,521Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)600Total Personnel Services 39,12127250 BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER113