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Section V - Safety and ProtectionFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION •SAFETY & PROTECTION •FIRE DEPARTMENT •MARINE DEPARTMENT •POLICE DEPARTMENT Town and County of Nantucket 16 Broad Street Nantucket, MA 02554 1 FY2018BudgetFY2018 BudgetFire Department2 FY2017 ’Fire Dep’t Review MissionThe mission of the Nantucket Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the residents and visitors of the Town of Nantucket by providing the highest possible level of service through public education, fire prevention, emergency medical services, fire suppression and mitigations of the effects of tldddi tit tithil blnatural and man‐made disasters consistent with available resources.GoalsTo reduce the potential of death resulting from injuries to citizens, visitors, and firefighters. To reduce the dollar loss from fire in the community. To reduce the risk to the community from natural and man‐made disasters. To provide response times within nationally accepted standards. To support our personnel in developing their careers and professionalism. Strive to maintain a budget to support the goals & objectives of the organization. FIRE DEPARTMENT3 FY2017 ’(’)InitiativesFire Dep’t Review (cont’d) Initiate Advanced Life Support programRecruit and train for all hazardsUpgrade aging vehiclesSupport the construction/design of the new fire stationContinue the Fire Explorers and NHS School to Career ProgramActively pursue and maximize the use of available grantsContinue to expand fire protection and educationFIRE DEPARTMENT4 FY2017Fire Dep’tReview(cont’d)Fire Dep t Review (cont d)Accomplishments‐Initiate ALS Program‐State licensing process started‐Contract with paramedic training center signed‐Contract negotiations with union in progress‐Recruit and train for all hazards‐Hired and trained 6 call firefighters to the Firefighter 1 & 2 standardJitbhfitiiithLdBkSt ffdSt tB fFtFiCtl‐Joint brush fire training with Land Bank Staff and State Bureau of Forest Fire Control‐Mass. Fire Academy training conducted with airport ARFF staff‐Rapid Intervention team rescue training‐Air Crash/hazard Rescue training‐Search and rescue maze trailer‐Pumps and hydraulics class‐Tanker Shuttle operations‐Live fire training‐Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) W/ NPDddlh‐Renewed Joint Medical training with NCH‐Upgrade aging vehicles‐Used free surplus chassis to replace 2 tankers, 1 Humvee brush truck, and 1 brush breaker‐Added a forth ambulance‐Replaced 3 utility vehiclespy‐Support the construction/design of the new fire station‐Worked with the community to optimize the design FIRE DEPARTMENT5 FY2018’Fire Dep’t OverviewPrioritiesPriorities‐Continue with new Fire Station Project‐Upgrade ambulance service to Advanced Life Support‐Increase staffing to reduce response times‐Continuetotrainforallhazards‐Continue to train for all hazards ‐Develop and support Explorers, NHS School to Career and the Call Department Si ifi tChSignificant Changes‐Increases in emergency responses and inspection servicesKey Issues‐Long response times‐Level of medical service provided‐Strategy to hire and retain staffFIRE DEPARTMENT6 FY2018 Budget’Fire Dep’t3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FISCAL 2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary2,068,963$ 2,085,380$ 2,297,325$ 1,136,831$ 2,150,556$ 5.4%2,393,448$ 2,479,311$ 85,863$ 3.6%Overtime403,277 400,363 391,719 225,830 398,453 (1.4%)418,000 518,000 100,000 23.9%Medicare P/R Tax 34,509 31,040 37,104 18,802 34,218 3.7%40,700 41,900 1,200 2.9%Medical Insurance13,456 - 14,035 - 9,164 2.1%102,000 137,760 35,760 35.1%Rep & Maint103,683 103,095 73,287 40,905 93,355 (15.9%)109,750 114,750 5,000 4.6%Safety/Protective Clothing22,273 32,679 32,645 14,420 29,199 21.1%42,300 47,300 5,000 11.8%Prof Services107,374 22,226 97,166 70,886 75,589 (4.9%)267,421 160,900 (106,521) (39.8%)Energy- Gas and Diesel373 134 302 163 232 852 104 913 302 716 (210%)375 000 375 000 - 00%Energy Gas and Diesel373,134 302,163 232,852 104,913 302,716 (21.0%)375,000 375,000 0.0%Supplies10,369 8,995 8,084 2,710 9,150 (11.7%)13,700 13,700 - 0.0%Equipment14,496 1,679 96,286 12,723 37,487 157.7%47,088 - (47,088) (100.0%)Ambulance Expenses159,950 - - 18,520 53,317 (100.0%)50,000 329,000 279,000 558.0%Rent/Lease Fire Alrm3,502 3,305 563 2,065 2,457 (59.9%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%Other15,434 13,835 19,934 11,207 16,401 13.6%17,900 22,900 5,000 27.9%TOTAL FIRE DEPT & REV FUNDS3 330 421$ 3 004 761$ 3 301 001$ 1 659 815$ 3 212 061$ (0 4%)3 882 307$ 4 245 521$ 363 213$ 94%TOTAL FIRE DEPT & REV FUNDS3,330,421$ 3,004,761$ 3,301,001$ 1,659,815$ 3,212,061$ (0.4%)3,882,307$ 4,245,521$ 363,213$ 9.4%FIRE DEPARTMENT7 AppendixAppendixFire Department8 Fire Dep’t – Organizational ChartFire ChiefDeputy ChiefOffice AdministratorFire Alarm SuperintendentFire PreventionElShift Captains Explorers Programp(4)Shift Firefighter /EMT’sCall Firefighter/EMT’s/ EMT s/EMT sFIRE DEPARTMENT9 FY2018BdDilFY2018 Budget DetailFIRE DEPARTMENT10 FY2018’Fire Dep’t Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)1. Add’l Firefighter EMT positions in None – only shift of $100,000 from ProfessionalAmbulance Reserve Fund (as previously discussed) Services (ALS training) to Overtime to account for overtime paid during ALS trainingCapital Items (Ambulance Reserve Fund)1. Replace Ambulance #2: $279,0002. ALS Equipment for Ambulance: $50,000qp$,(1)Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded.FIRE DEPARTMENT11 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFIRE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT01220 42708 FL FLUID STOR/LP/TANK REMOVAL (14,025)$ (12,775)$ (14,025)$ (5,650)$ (13,608)$ 0.0%(15,500)$ (10,700)$ 4,800$ (31.0%)01220 42709 CHARCOAL PERMITS (1,225) (1,650) (890) - (1,255) (14.8%)(1,300) (1,300) - 0.0%01220 42710 FIRE REPORTS - (20) (5) - (8) na- - - na01220 43222 FIRE INSPECTION COI (12,700) (12,375) (11,250) (4,300) (12,108) (5.9%)(12,700) (12,700) - 0.0%01220 43223 FIRE INSP FEE SMOKE DET (25,900) (20,850) (24,600) (13,300) (23,783) (2.5%)(22,500) (22,500) - 0.0%01220 43224 FIRE INSP FEE OIL BURNER (1,350) (950) (2,400) (900) (1,567) 33.3%(1,350) (1,350) - 0.0%01220 43230 FIRE INSPEC FIRE ALARMS (1,350) (2,325) (1,375) (850) (1,683) 0.9%(2,300) (2,300) - 0.0%01220 44504 FIRE PERMITS MISC (830) (1,817) (1,275) (1,025) (1,307) 23.9%(1,300) (1,300) - 0.0%SUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUE (57,380)$ (52,762)$ (55,820)$ (26,025)$ (55,321)$ (1.4%)(56,950)$ (52,150)$ (4,800)$ 0%1492 TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE1492 48400 TOWN GAS- REVENUES(63,748)$ (69,767)$ (54,074)$ (16,888) (62,530) (7.9%)(69,500) (69,500) - 0.0%SUBTOTAL TOWN GAS ACCT REVENUES(63,748)$ (69,767)$ (54,074)$ (16,888)$ (62,530)$ (7.9%)(69,500)$ (69,500)$ -$ 0%PERSONNEL EXPENSE1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT01220 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT1,657,640 1,668,856 1,871,231 923,808 1,732,575 6.2%1,894,800 1,849,900 (44,900) (2.4%)01220 51115 SALARY, PERMANENT AMB / EMT2,280 4,763 2,633 653 3,225 7.5%10,000 10,000 - 0.0%01220 51116 SALARY PERMANENT CALL FIREMAN35,132 27,488 15,828 5,124 26,149 (32.9%)30,000 30,000 - 0.0%01220 51300 OVERTIME: SHIFT COVERAGE153,540 132,019 106,809 58,908 130,790 (16.6%)418,000 418,000 - 0.0%01220 51315 OVERTIME: HOLIDAY23,597 28,004 21,207 18,105 24,269 (5.2%)- - - na01220 51318 OVERTIME EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT 37,879 24,098 48,686 22,999 36,888 13.4%- 100,000 100,000 na01220 51319 OVERTIME: FF CALLBACK170,420 204,778 184,053 113,010 186,417 3.9%- - - na01220 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS16,450 16,349 17,074 9,094 16,624 1.9%25,000 25,000 - 0.0%01220 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION1,564 1,564 921 - 1,350 (23.2%)1,560 - (1,560) (100.0%)01220 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE78,893 71,356 72,804 31,683 74,351 (3.9%)72,848 64,060 (8,788) (12.1%)01220 51700 LONGEVITY PAY54,684 56,476 67,911 56,056 59,690 11.4%60,200 58,000 (2,200) (3.7%)01220 51800 HOLIDAY PAY6,376 7,842 12,116 3,527 8,778 37.9%20,000 20,000 - 0.0%01220 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX30,781 31,040 33,214 17,066 31,678 3.9%36,700 36,100 (600) (1.6%)01220 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF PERSONNEL EXPENSES 2,269,235$ 2,274,632$ 2,454,486$ 1,260,033$ 2,332,784$ 4.0%2,569,108$ 2,611,060$ 41,952$ 4%OPERATING EXPENSE1220 FIRE DEPARTMENT01220 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE58,683 48,840 66,626 20,741 58,050 6.6%52,500 55,000 2,500 4.8%01220 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING15,271 3,562 4,397 11,996 7,743 (46.3%)17,250 17,250 - 0.0%01220 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT29,729 50,693 2,264 8,168 27,562 (72.4%)40,000 42,500 2,500 6.3%01220 52704 RENT/LSE:FIRE ALARM3,502 3,305 563 2,065 2,457 (59.9%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%01220 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP1,369 1,254 1,368 595 1,331 (0.0%)- - - na01220 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES54,790 22,226 42,629 29,740 39,882 (11.8%)170,000 70,000 (100,000) (58.8%)01220 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING- 575 243 - 273 na600 600 - 0.0%01220 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE3,157 3,207 5,962 2,203 4,109 37.4%3,500 6,000 2,500 71.4%01220 53402 COMM:POSTAGE560 392 - 23 317 (100.0%)500 500 - 0.0%01220 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT108 905 178 - 397 28.7%1,000 1,000 - 0.0%01220 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES.2,927 5,083 4,903 2,303 4,304 29.4%5,000 5,000 - 0.0%01220 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES6,047 2,734 1,688 407 3,490 (47.2%)6,000 6,000 - 0.0%01220 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ996 1,178 - - 725 (100.0%)1,200 1,200 - 0.0%12 TOWN OF NANTUCKETFIRE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD01220 54501 CUSTODIAL:CLEANING SUPPLY399 - 1,493 - 631 93.4%1,500 1,500 - 0.0%01220 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS12,259 10,466 13,832 11,351 12,185 6.2%14,800 17,300 2,500 16.9%01220 54702 SAFETY:PROTECTIVE CLOTHNG10,015 22,213 18,813 3,069 17,014 37.1%27,500 30,000 2,500 9.1%01220 54901 FOOD:GENERAL63 683 302 196 350 118.8%700 700 - 0.0%01220 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS364 198 - - 187 (100.0%)300 300 - 0.0%01220 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL8,905 6,056 10,732 7,351 8,564 9.8%10,000 12,500 2,500 25.0%01220 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA- 265 403 - 223 na300 300 - 0.0%01220 57114 AMBULANCE EXPENSES- - - - - na- - - na01220 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN907 300 745 840 651 (9.4%)1,000 1,000 - 0.0%01220 58501 ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP14,496 1,679 96,286 12,723 37,487 157.7%47,088 - (47,088) (100.0%)01220 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSES224,548$ 185,815$ 273,428$ 113,772$ 227,930$ 10.3%405,738$ 273,650$ (132,088)$ (24%)1492 TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE1492 54101 ENERGY:GAS & DIESEL 373,134 302,163 232,852 104,913 302,716 (21.0%)375,000 375,000 - 0.0%1492 58999 FINCOM TRANSFER EXPENSE- - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL TOWN GAS ACCT- FIRE373,134$ 302,163$ 232,852$ 104,913$ 302,716$ (21.0%)375,000$ 375,000$ -$ 0%27225 AMBULANCE RESERVE FUNDREVENUES27225 48400 MISC REVENUE(345,703) (23,700) (328,757) (322,936) (232,720) (2.5%)(366,000) (825,000)$ (459,000) 125.4%SUBTOTAL AMBULANCE FUND REVENUES(345,703)$ (23,700)$ (328,757)$ (322,936)$ (232,720)$ (2.5%)(366,000)$ (825,000)$ (459,000)$ 0%27225 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 207,440 230,687 227,149 102,583 221,759 4.6%272,700 413,146 140,446 51.5%27225 51300 OVERTIME8,550 10,183 7,076 2,625 8,603 (9.0%)- - - na27225 51315 OVERTIME HOLIDAY1,483 1,022 3,659 1,366 2,055 57.1%- - - na27225 51318 OVERTIME:COURT139 259 1,668 1,987 689 246.4%- - - na27225 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL7,669 - 18,562 6,830 8,744 55.6%- - - na27225 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS4,334 - 4,380 1,565 2,904 0.5%- - - na27225 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE4,171 - 5,280 2,738 3,150 12.5%3,560 5,654 2,094 58.8%27225 51700 LONGEVITY- - - - - na2,780 3,550 770 27.7%27225 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS13,456 - 14,035 - 9,164 2.1%102,000 137,760 35,760 35.1%27225 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX3,728 - 3,891 1,736 2,540 2.2%4,000 5,800 1,800 45.0%27225 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES52,583 - 54,538 41,147 35,707 1.8%97,421 90,900 (6,521) (6.7%)27225 54206 ADD: EQUIP AMBULANCE159,950 - - 18,520 53,317 (100.0%)50,000 329,000 279,000 558.0%27225 59601 TRANSFERS:GENERAL- - - - - na- - - naSUBTOTAL AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND117,800$ 218,451$ 11,479$ (141,839)$ 115,910$ (68.8%)166,461$ 160,811$ (5,651)$ 14%VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (117,800)$ (218,451)$ (11,479)$ (115,910)$ (166,461)$ (160,811)$ TOTAL AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND -$ -$ -$ (141,839)$ -$ na-$ -$ 13 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet Fire DepartmentORG: 01220Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time25Part-time0Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies2New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS *27NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeRHUDE, P. CHIEF 40.00 FI01CONTRACT09/08/17146,9000000 15,000 161,900MURPHY, S DEPUTY CHIEF40.00 FI03 STEP 9 06/15/18130,9949,610 5,21000 0 145,814BATES, R FIRE ALARM40.00 FI23 STEP 7 10/15/1798,1004,900 5,74000 0 108,740SHANNON, E CAPTAIN / EMT40.00 FI25 STEP 6 06/01/1890,3003,610 5,21000 0 99,120HOLDEN, T CAPTAIN / EMT40.00 FI25 STEP 7 04/18/1894,4004,720 2,09000 0 101,210HANLON, F CAPTAIN / EMT40.00 FI25 STEP 7 09/16/1794,4004,720 5,21000 0 104,330DIXON, MCAPTAIN / EMT40.00 FI25 STEP 6 04/05/1891,0003,640 3,13000 0 97,770ELDRIDGE, E FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 7 08/01/1776,0003,800 3,65000 0 83,450ALLEN, JEFFFIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 01/03/1874,1003,170 5,21000 0 82,480KYMER, C FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 08/01/1772,4002,890 5,21000 0 80,500RAY, CHRISTIANFIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 08/20/1772,4002,890 3,65000 0 78,940ALLEN, JOHN FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 02/16/1872,4002,170 2,61000 0 77,180RAY, COREY FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 02/07/1873,8002,210 2,09000 0 78,100MITCHELL, S Fire Prevention40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/24/1791,3002,740 4,09000 0 98,130BEAMISH, C FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 07/24/1772,4002,170 2,09000 0 76,660BARBER, N FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 6 04/25/1872,4002,170 3,65000 0 78,220PEKARCIK, DFIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 5 07/30/1772,1001,440 2,09000 0 75,630SEITZ, J.FIRE FI / EMT40.00 FI30 STEP 2 03/07/1855,7000000 0 55,700HOLLAND CFIRE FI 40 00FI30STEP 407/21/1768 70001 04000069 740HOLLAND, C.FIRE FI 40.00FI30STEP 407/21/1768,70001,04000069,740BARBER, B.FIRE FI / EMT40.00 F120 STEP 2 10/24/1756,9001,140 2,09000 0 60,130HODGE, K.OFFICE ADMIN40.00 F120 STEP 2 07/01/1767,0000000 0 67,000VACANT FIRE FI / Parametic40.00 FI30 STEP 1 03/01/1753,1000000 0 53,100VACANT FIRE FI / Parametic40.00 FI30 STEP 1 03/01/1753,1000000 0 53,100VACANT - AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / Parametic40.00 FI30TBD06/30/1870,0000000 0 70,000VACANT - AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / Parametic40.00 FI30TBD06/30/1870,0000000 0 70,000VACANT - AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / EMT40.00 F130 STEP 1 12/30/1754,7990000 0 54,799PERRY, S.- AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / EMT40.00 F130 STEP 6 01/10/1872,4002,170 1,04000 0 75,610TOWNSEND, J- AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / EMT40.00 F130 STEP 5 08/15/1768,9001,380 52000 0 70,800RAMOS, K.- AMBULANCE RESERVE FUND FIRE FI / EMT40.00 F130 STEP 2 11/23/1758,3000 2,53000 0 60,830Paid from Ambulance Reserve Fund(394,399) (3,550) (4,090)00 0 (402,039)Holiday Pay Lump Sum 20,000 0 20,000Call Amb / EMT Lump Sum (50)0 10,000 10,000Call Fireman Lump Sum0 30,000 30,000* Excludes Ambulance Reserve Personnel1,849,900058,00064,060020,00055,00025,000418,0002,489,96036,1002,526,060Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)TotalTotal 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 Subtotal14 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 27225Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time 3Part-time 0Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies1New Positions Requested2TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS6Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeVACANT - FUNDED FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 Step 1 03/01/18 54,200 0 1,564 0 0 0 55,764PERRY, S. FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 Step 6 01/10/18 72,354 2,170 2,530 0 0 0 77,054TOWNSEND, J. FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 Step 5 08/15/17 68,900 1,380 520 0 0 0 70,800RAMOS, K. FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 Step 2 11/23/17 58,329 0 1,040 0 0 0 59,369VACANT - REQUESTED FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 TBD 06/30/18 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 70,000VACANT - REQUESTED FIRE FI / EMT 40.00 F130 TBD 06/30/18 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 70,000393,78303,5505,65400000402,9885,800408,788Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)Fund 27 / Ambulance Reserve FundTotal 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 POLICEDEPARTMENTPOLICE DEPARTMENTFY2018 Budget•Division of Police•Division of the Harbormaster•Division of Emergency Management•DivisionofBusinessLicensing•Division of Business Licensing •Division of Emergency Communications and Information Technologygy16 FY2018 BudgetPolice Department Review•Department Description: The Police Department is made up of several distinct but closely related functional divisions: Police, Harbormaster, Emergency Communications and Information Technology, Emergency Management, and Business Licensing. The Police Department coordinates law enforcement, emergency management, business licensing, marine safety and special events for the Town. •Mission:  The Nantucket Police Department is committed to providing quality service, working in partnership with the community to solve problems and promote values, which enhance the quality of life in Nantucket.Police Department17 FY2018 BudgetPolice Department Review•Staffing–Add a School Resource Officer to the elementary school.•Training Plan– Implement a comprehensive training plan that incorporates procedural justice and legitimacy training as well as tiliddtldi dthidltiPolice utilizes advanced tools designed to emphasize de‐escalation techniques. •Parking Enforcement–Improve the seasonal and year round parking enforcement effort by hiring two full‐time, year round, parking enforcement officers and dedicating summer season fffllk fDepartment Goalsstaff specifically to parking enforcement.  Police Department18 FY2018 BudgetPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)•Lifeguard Program–Continue to enhance the lifesaving capabilities of the Lifeguards by improvements to their equipment. •Beach Management –Hire one full‐time Beach Maintainer to work on continued implementation of  the Beach Management Harbormaster pgplan developed in FY‐16.  •Aids to Navigation(ATON) – Monitor the winter ATON’s installed in FY‐17 to determine effectiveness and whether or not to expand the use of them in the winter of 2018.  •TownPier–Implementthe secondyearofanannualTownPierGoals•Town PierImplement the second year of an annual Town Pier maintenance plan with a focus on the dingy docks.  Police Department19 FY2018 Budget(’)Police Department Review (cont’d)•Training–Work with the training function to implement a plan to adequately train staff on how to effectively use computers and technology to do their job.  •Management Improvements‐Implement a process to automate Emergency Communications g pp pthe tracking of projects and support calls.•Technology Improvements– Implement a tablet based reporting system that addresses CJIS Security concerns and accessibility.  Install and train staff on the NextGen 911 system schedule to be installedbytheCommonwealthintheSpring2017and Information Technology Goalsinstalled by the Commonwealth in the Spring 2017. Police Department20 FY2018 Budget(’)Police Department Review (cont’d)•Major Incident Sheltering Plan–Develop and implement a flexible sheltering plan using new facilities for primary and secondary shelters. MiIidtSh lt iPlDldil tEmergency Management•Minor Incident Sheltering Plan ‐Develop and implement a flexible sheltering plan using new facilities for warming and/or cooling spaces.  •Training‐Conduct a live table top emergency preparedness exercise. Management GoalsPolice Department21 FY2017 InitiativesPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)FY2017 Initiatives and Accomplishments:  POLICE•Community Safety–A review of the Presidents Report on 21stCentury Policing has been completed and our training priorities are being refined to address implicit bias issues and an emphasis on de‐escalation techniques and decision making in stressful/use of force situations .   ll dd dhd•Community Service–Our popular Citizen Police Academy program continued during FY2017.  We had another 15 citizens participate in our fifth class.  •Training–Due to changes in mandated in‐service training by the Commonwealth for all full‐time and part‐time police officers the training function has been retooled and a full‐time police officer is now dedicated to coordinate all of the required training for our staff.   We also conducted another CIT Course in October, 2016,  with participants from the Police Department, Harbor Master’s Office, Fire Department, Wellfleet Police and Truro Police Departments.  Sgt. Kevin Marshall became certified in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) which now makes him qualified to review construction plans for major developments to determine if they will provide any challenges to policing them.   Police Department22 FY2017 InitiativesPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)FY2017 Initiatives and Accomplishments:   HARBORMASTER•Capital Improvement Plan–A facility maintenance plan is currently being developed however is on hold until a decision is made about he replacement of the Harbor Master’s Offices and Town Pier bathrooms.    •Waterways Projects–Obtained ice buoys to replace the normal navigational buoys in several areas to improvecoldweatheraccesstoTuckernuckandPolpisHarborimprove cold weather access to Tuckernuck and Polpis Harbor.   •Mission Capability–Procured and commissioned a used Parker 25 foot marine patrol vessel to facilitate emergency response in Madaket Harbor and Tuckernuck Island.   •Beach Management and Safety– Secured USLA Certification as an Ocean Lifesaving Program for our Summer Lifeguard Program.  One of the first in Massachusetts.  Implemented the Beach Management Plan to guide the department on budget and maintenance issues regarding the public beaches.  Police Department23 FY2017 InitiativesPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)FY2017InitiativesandAccomplishments:EMERGENCYCOMMUNICATIONSFY2017 Initiatives and Accomplishments:   EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY•TrainingPlanDevelopedandimplementedaplantotrain alldispatcherstoAPCOstandardsPST1#6•Training Plan–Developed and implemented a plan to train all dispatchers to APCO standards PST1 #6 through PAT1 #7, an updated Public Safety Dispatcher Training Course for $30.00 per dispatcher.  Also train all EC staff in the ALICE Active Shooter Program.    •Staff Wellness Program– Implemented a stress management program for staff that involved distribution of an newsletter with stress management tips from APCO.  Currently have scheduled a Stress Management bSeminar by POWER PHONE in May, 2017.  •Outreach–We have enhanced our ability to communicate with our Spanish speaking community through technology and training.  We currently have Spanish speaking dispatchers covering 75% of the scheduled shifts.  We are also reviewing various on‐line Spanish courses offered specifically for Public Safety Dispatchers.  •Nextgen 911– Transition to Nextgen 911 is scheduled to be accomplished before May, 2017.  Police Department24 FY2017 InitiativesPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)FY2017 Initiatives and Accomplishments:   EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT•Continuity of Operations Planning Document (COOP) –We have completed a draft version of the COOP plan for the Police Facility to include Police Operations, Emergency Communications and Emergency Management.  Waiting on the status of the new Fire Station to be determined before the plan can be completed.  •Training:TableTopExerciseWedidn’tcompleteatabletopexerciseaswe wereengagedintwomissing•Training: Table Top Exercise–We didn t complete a table top exercise as we were engaged in two missing person search cases, one major winter storm  and participated in the annual airport disaster drill.  All of which provided better training than a table top exercise.   •Support Agreements (MOUs)–In progress.  This process is now waiting on the review of certain MOUs by partner agencies such as the U.S. Coast Guard.    Police Department25 FY2017 InitiativesPliDRi(’d)Police Department Review (cont’d)FY2017 Initiatives and Accomplishments:   BUSINESS LICENSINGSffiWidhbili ifiildi l•Staffing–We reorganized the business licensing function to include permit sales.   •Access–We continued to improve the on‐line application process for business licensing matters by utilizing on‐line forms and submissions.  •Special Event Coordination–We worked with the Culture and Tourism Department to further streamline the special event coordination and permitting process by redefining the functions performed by each ppgp y gp yDepartment.        Police Department26 FY2018PliDOiPolice Department OverviewPriorities:  ALL DIVISIONS•Community Safety–Our law enforcement, emergency management, business licensing, communications, information technology and marine safety goals and objectives are intended to improve safety and security of our island community.  To insure this is the case we will continuously review our programs to insure that our objectives are being reached.  •CommunityAccessandTransparencyOurprogramsandgoalsareintendedtoimproveaccesstoall•Community Access and Transparency–Our programs and goals are intended to improve access to all services provided by this department for all members of our island community.  We intend to accomplish this by improving access to services and increasing transparency by implementing changes using technology and policy options. •Staff Support–Our goals and objectives are intended to support our staff by providing appropriate staffing levels, training, resources and policy direction.  Police Department27 FY2018PliDOiPolice Department OverviewSignificant Changes Year‐to‐Year:  ALL DIVISIONS•Reorganization–Business Licensing was raised to division level.  The new division is responsible for business licensing, business license inspections and permit sales.  •Staffing–Full‐time staff retention continues to be a problem, primarily in the Division of Police.  This is in partduetoalackofaffordablehousingWealsocontinuetostrugglewithrecruitinganadequatenumberpart due to a lack of affordable housing.  We also continue to struggle with recruiting an adequate number of seasonal lifeguards to cover the nine lifeguarded beaches due to housing constraints.   •Permitting‐Significant and complicated changes to various permitting requirements have further increased the complexity of the process and amount of time needed to process and sell permits.  •DrugAbuse–TheopioidepidemichasincreasedtheuseofheroinandrelatedsubstanceshereonDrug AbuseThe opioid epidemic has increased the use of heroin and related substances here on Nantucket as well as the rest of the state resulting in a significant amount of time being spent by staff to learn new life saving techniques and redirecting our investigative focus.  Police Department28 FY2018 BudgetPolice Department3 YEAR ACTUAL3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)SUMMARY ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17Payroll Salary 4,255,879$ 4,415,501$ 4,794,751$ 2,572,549$ 4,488,710$ 6.1%5,370,041$ 5,471,778$ 101,737$ 1.9%Overtime211 600 190 615 246 887 144 198 216 367 80%188 730 233 730 45 000 23 8%Overtime211,600 190,615 246,887 144,198 216,367 8.0%188,730 233,730 45,000 23.8%Medicare P/R Tax62,294 65,322 72,750 37,783 66,788 8.1%80,600 81,400 800 1.0%Rep & Maint105,889 160,480 128,847 55,255 131,739 10.3%173,900 200,535 26,635 15.3%Safety/Uniforms/Ammunition52,430 65,439 37,688 15,959 51,853 (15.2%)67,900 70,400 2,500 3.7%Prof Services28,650 38,768 59,281 27,063 42,233 43.8%38,000 42,000 4,000 10.5%Supplies30,309 38,202 24,887 11,424 31,132 (9.4%)41,000 43,000 2,000 4.9%Equipment28,218 23,375 31,513 2,679 27,702 5.7%33,200 33,200 - 0.0%qp,,,,,,,Utilities32,489 41,404 47,508 16,299 40,467 20.9%41,300 43,300 2,000 4.8%Police Vehicle Expenses166,889 145,164 107,884 45,596 139,979 (19.6%)185,000 185,000 - 0.0%Schools/Police Academy26,549 40,548 29,090 8,980 32,062 4.7%48,600 48,600 - 0.0%Animal Control14,548 12,979 14,965 15,640 14,164 1.4%15,000 17,000 2,000 13.3%Travel45,267 33,673 60,169 17,504 46,370 15.3%37,900 62,400 24,500 64.6%Lifeguard Expense1,309 16,895 13,413 10,701 10,539 220.1%- 15,000 15,000 naPli K9 E1 721 4 438 800 1 420 2 319 (318%)5 000 5000 00%Police K-9 Expense1,721 4,438 800 1,420 2,319 (31.8%)5,000 5,000 - 0.0%Other177,029 172,535 162,704 105,474 170,756 (4.1%)227,730 237,830 10,100 4.4%TOTAL POLICE & REV FUNDS 5,241,072$ 5,465,338$ 5,833,134$ 3,088,524$ 5,513,181$ 5.5%6,553,901$ 6,790,173$ 236,272$ 3.6%Police Department29 FY2018 BudgetHarbormaster3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETSUMMARY FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018 $ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALS ACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDPayroll Salary 556,062$ 551,969$ 619,692$ 449,347$ 575,907$ 5.6%739,538$ 773,100$ 33,562$ 4.5%Oti12 640 21 242 36 564 15 403 23 482 70 1%21 500 21 500 $ 00%Overtime12,640 21,242 36,564 15,403 23,482 70.1%21,500 21,500 -$ 0.0%Medicare P/R Tax8,322 8,293 9,549 6,739 8,721 7.1%11,000 11,500 500$ 4.5%Medical Insurance- - - - - na- - -$ naRep & Maint112,527 144,209 146,640 22,358 134,459 14.2%190,485 164,850 (25,635)$ (13.5%)Safety/Uniforms41 7,582 1,204 86 2,942 441.9%7,600 7,600 -$ 0.0%Prof Services38,962 57,846 92,120 33,262 62,976 53.8%184,000 34,000 (150,000)$ (81.5%)Supplies3,056 1,536 857 105 1,816 (47.1%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%Supplies3,056 1,536 857 105 1,816 (47.1%)2,500 2,500 $ 0.0%Equipment425 5,331 850 510 2,202 41.4%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%Utilities3,806 5,948 5,428 2,989 5,060 19.4%8,600 8,600 -$ 0.0%Beach Cleaning Expense- - - - - na- - -$ naPond Management Expense1,382 - - - 461 (100.0%)- - -$ naEnergy:Gas/Diesel/Fuel1,855 959 1,800 2,174 1,538 (1.5%)11,500 11,500 -$ 0.0%Travel3,306 234 634 230 1,391 (56.2%)3,800 3,800 -$ 0.0%Lif d E 2 648 3 282 19 9 000 9 000 $ 00%Lifeguard Expense- 2,648 3,282 - 1,977 na9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0%Other9,175 2,984 3,525 336 5,228 (38.0%)3,400 3,400 -$ 0.0%TOTAL HARBORMASTER & REV FUNDS 751,558$ 810,781$ 922,143$ 533,539$ 828,161$ 10.8%1,202,923$ 1,061,350$ (141,573)$ (12%)Police Department30 dAppendixPolice Department•DivisionofPolice•Division of Police•Division of the Harbormaster•Division of Emergency Management•DivisionofBusinessLicensingDivision of Business Licensing•Division of Emergency Communications and Information Technology31 Police Department –Org ChartChief of PoliceDeputy Chief of PolicePoliceHarbor MasterEmergency ManagementBusiness LicensingEmergency Communications & Information TechnologyPatrol OperationsWaterways SafetyDisaster Mitigation PlanningLicensinge911InvestigationsBeach Maintenance and SafetyDisaster Response PlanningDiRPermit SalesBiLiPolice/Fire/Marine DispatchPliIf iSupport ServicesTown Pier OperationsDisaster Recovery ManagementBusiness License InspectionsPolice Information Technology/ RMS32 FY2018BdDilFY2018 Budget DetailPolice Department33 FY2018lPolice Department Exceptions PositionsOperational Expenses (1)1. Add’l School Resource Officer: $56,295 1. Add’l In‐State Misc Travel: $20,0002. Add’l Overtime related to 4thof July: $45,0002. Professional Services (Beach Improvement3. Increased Shift Coverage (Central Dispatch): $15,000 Revolver): $5,0004.  Per Diem Dispatcher (Central Dispatch): $35,000 3. Lifeguard Expense (Equipment): $15,000Capital Items1. Replace Dispatch Equipment: $930,150(1)Non‐controllable expenses such as general insurance, medical insurance, pension costs and utilities are excluded.Police Department34 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPOLICE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT01210 42430 PARKING FEE INCOME (11,203)$ (20,174)$ (10,666)$ (10,390)$ (14,014)$ (2.4%)(11,250) (10,000)$ (1,250)$ (11.1%)01210 42431 MARKED RECORDS FINES (16,520) (5,285) (9,517) (6,483) (10,441) (24.1%)(16,550) (8,000) (8,550)$ (51.7%)01210 43228 POLICE ALARM REG FEES (114,355) (113,856) (109,738) (650) (112,650) (2.0%)(115,000) (105,000) (10,000)$ (8.7%)01210 43620 FEES: STREET MUSICIANS (4,800) (3,205) (4,200) (1,060) (4,068) (6.5%)(4,800) (4,800) -$ 0.0%01210 44501 TAXI DRIVER ID(8,265) (7,775) (13,475) (2,550) (9,838) 27.7%(8,200) (8,200) -$ 0.0%01210 44502 POLICE PERMITS PARKING(50,195) (70,740) (80,275) (23,035) (67,070) 26.5%(55,000) (70,000) 15,000$ 27.3%01210 44503 POLICE PERMITS PISTOL(5,275) (3,763) (3,513) (5,148) (4,183) (18.4%)(4,000) (4,000) -$ 0.0%01210 47700 DISTRICT COURT FINES(2,330) - - (75) (777) (100.0%)(2,300) - (2,300)$ (100.0%)01210 47701 POLICE PARKING FINES (252,184) (234,444) (223,712) (170,281) (236,780) (5.8%)(230,000) (187,500) (42,500)$ (18.5%)01210 48400 POLICE MISC REVENUES (181) (2,567) (14,906) (998) (5,885) 806.6%(2,500) (2,500) -$ 0.0%01210 48403 INSURANCE REPORTS(624) (990) (1,335) (686) (983) 46.3%(900) (1,000) 100$ 11.1%01210 48415 OFF DUTY POLICE ADMIN CHARGE(51,395) (52,245) (31,113) (26,532) (44,918) (22.2%)(60,000) (40,000) (20,000)$ (33.3%)SUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF REVENUES (517,326)$ (515,043)$ (502,449)$ (247,886)$ (511,606)$ (1.4%)(510,500)$ (441,000)$ (69,500)$ (14%)PERSONNEL EXPENSE1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT01210 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 3,016,731 3,293,624 3,520,836 1,753,273 3,277,064 8.0%3,576,600 3,608,400 31,800$ 0.9%01210 51113 SALARY, PERM SHIFT COVERAGE83,204 85,240 123,350 71,111 97,265 21.8%125,000 125,000 -$ 0.0%01210 51130 POLICE ACADEMY RE-PAY(3,514) (11,965) (14,221) (2,900) (9,900) 101.2%- - -$ na01210 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL PARKING CONTROL 760 - - - 253 (100.0%)- - -$ na01210 51300 OVERTIME: SHIFT COVERAGE 152,962 144,376 228,091 113,990 175,143 22.1%155,000 200,000 45,000$ 29.0%01210 51318 OVERTIME:COURT10,275 12,057 6,940 7,080 9,757 (17.8%)- - -$ na01210 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL 280 - - - 93 (100.0%)- - -$ na01210 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS 48,155 47,839 49,825 25,913 48,606 1.7%54,000 54,000 -$ 0.0%01210 51551 LABORER'S UNION CERTIFICATION3,650 3,650 3,660 1,850 3,653 0.1%3,640 3,640 -$ 0.0%01210 51600 EDUCATION INCENTIVE184,749 186,206 190,322 99,247 187,092 1.5%190,200 208,600 18,400$ 9.7%01210 51700 LONGEVITY PAY83,773 73,091 79,071 39,518 78,645 (2.8%)102,800 100,200 (2,600)$ (2.5%)01210 51791AIRPORT COVERAGE REIMBURSEMENT(208,333) (291,667) (250,000) (104,167) (250,000) 9.5%- - -$ na01210 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 175,801 164,896 177,054 104,087 172,584 0.4%185,000 185,000 -$ 0.0%01210 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX49,058 51,160 60,586 29,650 53,602 11.1%63,700 64,400 700$ 1.1%01210 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF PERSONNEL EXPENSE 3,597,550$ 3,758,508$ 4,175,514$ 2,138,654$ 3,843,857$ 7.7%4,455,940$ 4,549,240$ 93,300$ 2%1212 CENTRALIZED DISPATCH (NEW 2013)01212 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 555,172 555,507 605,721 328,456 572,133 4.5%633,600 658,700 25,100$ 4.0%01212 51113 SALARY/PERMNT:SHIFT COVERAGE35,539 31,883 35,118 10,820 34,180 (0.6%)- 15,000 15,000$ na01212 51300 OVERTIME 26,340 6,051 6,856 3,271 13,082 (49.0%)26,230 26,230 -$ 0.0%01212 51400 SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL7,854 7,876 6,659 3,513 7,463 (7.9%)7,820 7,820 -$ 0.0%01212 51700 LONGEVITY PAY2,464 2,464 2,464 5,073 2,464 0.0%6,950 6,430 (520)$ (7.5%)01212 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 37,869 32,504 32,860 22,030 34,411 (6.8%)37,720 37,720 -$ 0.0%01212 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX8,507 8,008 8,727 4,731 8,414 1.3%10,300 10,200 (100)$ (1.0%)01212 51999 FINCOM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - - na- - -$ na35 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPOLICE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDSUBTOTAL CENTRALIZED DISPATCH GF PERSONNEL EXPENSE673,745$ 644,292$ 698,405$ 377,894$ 672,147$ 1.8%722,620$ 762,100$ 39,480$ 5%OPERATING EXPENSE1210 POLICE DEPARTMENT1210 52070 TUITION - - - - - na- 2,400 2,400$ na1210 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 17,323 27,644 47,503 10,539 30,823 65.6%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0%1210 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING26,209 29,841 41,613 24,735 32,555 26.0%32,500 32,500 -$ 0.0%1210 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT21,820 22,438 16,051 10,934 20,103 (14.2%)25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0%1210 52408 OTHER: TOWING- - - - - na3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1210 52705 RENT/LSE:EQUIPMENT2,740 8,479 815 479 4,011 (45.5%)8,500 8,500 -$ 0.0%1210 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES22,360 20,053 24,143 17,152 22,185 3.9%25,000 25,000 -$ 0.0%1210 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING1,274 1,988 1,285 504 1,516 0.4%6,000 6,000 -$ 0.0%1210 53104 GENERAL:DATA PROCESSING149,664 138,486 135,251 92,691 141,134 (4.9%)180,000 180,000 -$ 0.0%1210 53106 GENERAL:CUSTODIAL4,309 1,269 1,294 1,205 2,291 (45.2%)1,300 3,000 1,700$ 130.8%1210 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING425 - 4,980 606 1,802 242.1%1,500 3,500 2,000$ 133.3%1210 53111 GENERAL:INVESTIGATIONS- - - - - na- - -$ na1210 53199 GENERAL: PARKING CLERK 7,845 8,345 - - 5,397 (100.0%)10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%1210 53200 POLICE K-9 EXPENSE1,721 4,438 800 1,420 2,319 (31.8%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%1210 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE22,380 20,050 30,306 6,446 24,245 16.4%21,000 23,000 2,000$ 9.5%1210 53402 COMM:POSTAGE978 3,216 7,453 783 3,882 176.1%6,300 6,300 -$ 0.0%1210 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT324 779 260 647 454 (10.3%)800 1,800 1,000$ 125.0%1210 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES9,807 11,874 8,075 4,151 9,919 (9.3%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0%1210 54302 BLDG&EQ:MAINT & SUPPLIES13,969 6,231 15,190 4,224 11,797 4.3%9,000 11,000 2,000$ 22.2%1210 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS40,115 52,177 29,901 11,159 40,731 (13.7%)53,000 53,000 -$ 0.0%1210 54703 SAFETY:AMMUNITION9,405 11,172 7,788 4,800 9,455 (9.0%)11,200 13,700 2,500$ 22.3%1210 54901 FOOD:GENERAL1,345 827 1,637 1,516 1,269 10.3%830 1,830 1,000$ 120.5%1210 55101 BOOKS/SUBSCRIPTIONS1,792 1,442 3,673 3,030 2,302 43.2%1,500 3,500 2,000$ 133.3%1210 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL35,144 25,003 50,567 10,207 36,905 20.0%27,500 47,500 20,000$ 72.7%1210 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA290 - 1,547 156 612 131.0%1,000 2,000 1,000$ 100.0%1210 57201 OUT-STATE:GENERAL9,231 8,432 7,846 7,011 8,503 (7.8%)8,400 10,900 2,500$ 29.8%1210 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN6,333 6,213 6,055 4,014 6,200 (2.2%)6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0%1210 57802 OTHER:SCHOOLS MISC10,940 13,598 9,405 6,780 11,314 (7.3%)13,600 13,600 -$ 0.0%1210 57804 OTHER: POLICE ACADEMY15,609 26,950 19,685 2,200 20,748 12.3%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0%1210 57806ANIMAL CONTROL14,548 12,979 14,965 15,640 14,164 1.4%15,000 17,000 2,000$ 13.3%1210 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP11,619 22,088 15,889 - 16,532 16.9%22,000 22,000 -$ 0.0%1210 58504ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES153,684 145,164 106,536 - 135,128 (16.7%)135,000 135,000 -$ 0.0%1210 58999 FIN COM TRANS EXP- - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT GF OPERATING EXPENSE 613,205$ 631,174$ 610,513$ 243,029$ 618,298$ (0.2%)715,430$ 757,530$ 42,100$ 6%1291 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS1291 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT - 514 1,088 - 534 na1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0%1291 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES224 4,042 563 1,238 1,610 58.3%3,300 3,300 -$ 0.0%1291 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE- 2,970 - - 990 na300 300 -$ 0.0%1291 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS370 - - - 123 (100.0%)- - -$ na1291 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 602 238 209 129 350 (41.1%)1,000 2,000 1,000$ 100.0%1291 58501ADD EQ:NEW EQUIP6,959 370 - - 2,443 (100.0%)1,200 1,200 -$ 0.0%36 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPOLICE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDSUBTOTAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GF POPERATING EXPENSE8,155$ 8,134$ 1,859$ 1,367$ 6,049$ (52.3%)7,000$ 8,000$ 1,000$ 14%REVENUES27214 LOW BEACH HOUSING27214 48400 MISC REVENUE (32,870)$ (46,265)$ (39,995)$ (32,965) (39,710) 10.3%(46,500) (40,500) (6,000)$ (12.9%)SUBTOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING REVENUE (32,870)$ (46,265)$ (39,995)$ (32,965)$ (39,710)$ 10.3%(46,500)$ (40,500)$ 6,000$ (13%)27214 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 4,529 7,079 9,355 5,728 6,988 43.7%8,000 8,000 -$ 0.0%27214 52103 UTILITY:FUEL OIL8,511 6,949 2,941 1,934 6,133 (41.2%)7,000 7,000 -$ 0.0%27214 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE1,794 1,464 1,144 422 1,467 (20.1%)2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%27214 52105 UTILITY:WATER2,376 2,892 3,162 1,770 2,810 15.4%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%27214 52106 UTILITY:SEWER(7,100) - 600 - (2,167) na- - -$ na27214 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 34,065 24,125 6,803 211 21,664 (55.3%)40,000 40,000 -$ 0.0%27214 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT2,959 506 667 699 1,377 (52.5%)3,000 2,000 (1,000)$ (33.3%)27214 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 3,229 950 1,348 1,197 1,842 (35.4%)3,000 2,000 (1,000)$ (33.3%)27214 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2,136 - 7,998 1,439 3,378 93.5%1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%27214 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ- - 563 - 188 na2,000 2,000 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING EXPENSE19,629$ (2,300)$ (5,414)$ (19,567)$ 3,971$ na 23,000$ 27,000$ 4,000$ 17%VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (19,629)$ -$ -$ (6,543)$ (100.0%) (23,000)$ (27,000)$ (4,000)$ 17%TOTAL LOW BEACH HOUSING-$ (2,300)$ (5,414)$ (19,567)$ (2,572)$ na-$ -$ -$ na27251 BEACH IMPROVEMENT POLICE REVOLVER*(BEACH IMPROV REV SPLIT IN FY 2015 BETWEEN POLICE AND NATURAL RESOURCES)27251 48400 MISC REVENUE(275,788) (295,004) - - (190,264) (100.0%)(285,200) (350,200) 65,000$ 22.8%SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVEMENT REVENUE (275,788)$ (295,004)$ -$ (190,264)$ (100.0%)(285,200)$ (350,200)$ 65,000$ 23%27251 51100 SALARY PERMANENT - 17,687 49,631 652 22,439 na65,411 62,568 (2,843)$ (4.3%)27251 51220 SALARY SEASONAL BEACH PATROL 64,225 58,279 - - 40,835 (100.0%)198,900 198,900 -$ 0.0%27251 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL178 - - - 59 (100.0%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%27251 51320 OVERTIME: BEACH PATROL1,815 2,133 - - 1,316 (100.0%)- - -$ na27251 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 960 1,132 720 9 937 (13.4%)3,900 3,800 (100)$ (2.6%)27251 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 2,495 53,288 9,006 3,779 21,596 90.0%35,000 35,000 -$ 0.0%27251 52427 REP&MAINT: BEACH PATROL1,018 2,125 6,115 4,359 3,086 145.1%2,200 29,835 27,635$ 1,256.1%27251 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES700 11,810 15,494 5,989 9,335 370.5%5,200 10,200 5,000$ 96.2%27251 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING- 1,491 - - 497 na1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%27251 53158 PROF SERVICES - BEACH PATROL- 1,914 9,736 48 3,883 na- - -$ na27251 54106 SUPPLIES 6,533 20,097 1,059 3,048 9,230 (59.7%)15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0%27251 54206 EQUIPMENT- - - - - na- - -$ na27251 54212 EQUIPMENT: BEACH PATROL 9,640 917 15,623 2,679 8,727 27.3%10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%27251 54704 SAFETY: UNIFORMS BEACH PATROL2,540 2,090 - - 1,543 (100.0%)3,700 3,700 -$ 0.0%27251 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE1,309 16,895 13,413 10,701 10,539 220.1%- 15,000 15,000$ na27251 58504ADD EQ:POLICE VEHICLES 13,205 - 1,348 45,596 4,851 (68.0%)50,000 50,000 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER(171,170)$ (105,146)$ 122,145$ 76,861$ (51,390)$ na108,111$ 87,803$ (20,308)$ (19%)37 TOWN OF NANTUCKETPOLICE DEPARTMENTFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17FY18/FY17YTDVARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL-$ (122,145)$ (76,861)$ (108,111)$ (87,803)$ 20,308$ (19%)TOTAL BEACH IMPROVMNT REVOLVER(171,170)$ (105,146)$ -$ -$ (92,106)$ (100.0%)-$ -$ -$ na27333 FERRY EMBARKATION FEE27333 46400 MISC REVENUE(105,794) (270,343) (215,907) (162,566) (197,348) 42.9%(190,000) (190,000) -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION REVENUE(105,794)$ (270,343)$ (215,907)$ (162,566)$ (197,348)$ 42.9%(190,000)$ (190,000)$ -$ 0%27333 51200 SEASONAL SALARY 167,781 158,388 182,400 214,072 169,523 4.3%182,400 199,800 17,400$ 9.5%27333 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL19,750 25,998 5,000 19,857 16,916 (49.7%)5,000 5,000 -$ 0.0%27333 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX3,769 5,021 2,717 3,392 3,836 (15.1%)2,700 3,000 300$ 11.1%27333 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS- - - - - na- - -$ na27333 59601 TRANSFERS:GENERAL - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION FEE 85,506$ (80,936)$ (25,790)$ 74,754$ (7,073)$ na100$ 17,800$ 17,700$ naVARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL (85,506)$ -$ 25,790$ (74,754)$ (100)$ (17,800)$ TOTAL FERRY EMBARKATION FEE-$ (80,936)$ -$ -$ (26,979)$ na-$ -$ 38 TOWN OF NANTUCKETHARBORMASTERFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTDREVENUES1295 HARBORMASTER1295 43604 MARINE TOWN PIER DOCKAGE (13,143)$ (14,307)$ (31,491)$ (50,800)$ (19,647) 54.8%(14,300) (32,180)$ (17,880)$ 125.0%1295 43605 MARINE SLIP RENTALS (165,656) (79,205) (286,043) (99,265) (176,968) 31.4%(166,000) (166,000) -$ 0.0%1295 43702 MARINE ICE - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 43703 MARINE SCALLOP BOXES - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 44206 OTHER BUSINESS LICENSES - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 44210 MARINE LIC COM SHELLFISH (9,850) (2,499) (2,581) - (4,977) (48.8%)(9,850) (2,500) 7,350$ (74.6%)1295 44212 MARINE LIC FAM SHELLFISH (11,530) (17,556) (18,993) (8,868) (16,026) 28.3%(17,500) (17,500) -$ 0.0%1295 44220 MOORING WAITING LIST (2,610) (1,741) (4,443) (1,990) (2,931) 30.5%(3,500) (3,500) -$ 0.0%1295 48400 MISC REVENUES - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER REVENUES (202,789)$ (115,308)$ (343,551)$ (160,923)$ (220,549)$ 30.2%(211,150)$ (221,680)$ (10,530)$ 5%PERSONNEL EXPENSE1295 HARBORMASTER01295 51100 SALARY, PERMANENT 181,926 147,947 166,192 84,141 165,355 (4.4%)229,698 228,700 (998)$ (0.4%)01295 51102 SALARY, TEMPORARY - - - - - na- - -$ na01295 51200 SALARY, SEASONAL 85,373 80,508 105,150 92,697 90,344 11.0%471,300 504,900 33,600$ 7.1%01295 51218 SALARY, SEASONAL - LIFEGUARDS 280,708 305,965 337,550 261,983 308,074 9.7%- - -$ na01295 51219 SALARY, SEASONAL OVERTIME 689 1,133 - - 608 (100.0%)- - -$ na01295 51300 OVERTIME 1,686 4,449 8,235 2,553 4,790 121.0%15,000 15,000 -$ 0.0%01295 51319 OVERTIME: SEASONAL 10,266 15,409 28,329 12,851 18,001 66.1%- - -$ na01295 51551 LABORERS UNION CERTIFICATION - - - - - na1,560 - (1,560)$ (100.0%)01295 51700 LONGEVITY PAY 3,177 11,119 6,118 6,625 6,805 38.8%3,180 3,100 (80)$ (2.5%)01295 51800 HOLIDAY PAY 4,360 5,783 4,645 3,900 4,929 3.2%2,600 5,200 2,600$ 100.0%01295 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8,314 8,280 9,548 6,739 8,714 7.2%10,500 11,000 500$ 4.8%01295 51999 FIN COM TRANSFER SALARIES - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 576,498$ 580,591$ 665,767$ 471,490$ 607,619$ 7.5%733,838$ 767,900$ 34,062$ 5%OPERATING EXPENSE1295 HARBORMASTER1295 52105 UTILITY: WATER - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 52107 UTILITY: SEWER / LANDFILL - - - 321 - na- - -$ na1295 52403 REP&MAINT:VEHICLE 2,237 1,268 410 963 1,305 (57.2%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1295 52404 REP&MAINT:BUILDING 7,628 9,094 11,929 1,123 9,551 25.1%10,000 12,000 2,000$ 20.0%1295 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 16,895 26,390 8,387 2,166 17,224 (29.5%)26,500 26,500 -$ 0.0%1295 52410 REP&MAINT: GENERAL 3,497 4,538 1,654 902 3,230 (31.2%)4,600 4,600 -$ 0.0%1295 52411 REP&MAINT:GROUNDS 1,564 - - - 521 (100.0%)350 350 -$ 0.0%1295 52705 RENT/LSE:EQUIPMENT 425 1,031 850 510 769 41.4%- - -$ na39 TOWN OF NANTUCKETHARBORMASTERFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD1295 52005 BEACH CLEANING EXPENSE- - - - - na- - -$ na1295 52907 PROPERTY:RUBBISH PICKUP 5,106 5,321 5,554 7,124 5,327 4.3%- - -$ na1295 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 13,651 5,342 12,893 22,181 10,628 (2.8%)6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0%1295 53103 GENERAL:ADVERTISING 2,916 2,123 2,802 168 2,614 (2.0%)2,500 2,500 -$ 0.0%1295 53104 GENERAL:DATA PROCESSING 5,798 500 394 168 2,231 (73.9%)- - -$ na1295 53108 POND MANAGEMENT EXPENSE 1,382 - - - 461 (100.0%)- - -$ na1295 53110 GENERAL:PRINTING - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 53114 GENERAL:CONTRACTORS - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 53401 COMM:TELEPHONE 1,470 2,991 1,468 618 1,976 (0.0%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1295 53804 OTHER:FREIGHT 285 361 153 - 267 (26.8%)600 600 -$ 0.0%1295 54101 ENERGY:GAS & DIESEL 1,855 789 1,667 - 1,437 (5.2%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%1295 54201 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3,056 962 857 - 1,625 (47.1%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%1295 54209 ICE FOR RESALE - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 54303 BLDG&EQ:EXPENDABLE SUP/EQ - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 54404 SUPPLIES - SCALLOP BOXES - - - - - na- - -$ na1295 54501 CUSTODIAL:CLEANING SUPPLY - 574 - 105 191 na1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%1295 54701 SAFETY:UNIFORMS 41 7,582 1,204 86 2,942 441.9%7,600 7,600 -$ 0.0%1295 55808 LIFEGUARD EXPENSE - 2,648 3,282 - 1,977 na9,000 9,000 -$ 0.0%1295 57101 IN-STATE:MISC TRAVEL 3,306 234 634 230 1,391 (56.2%)3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%1295 57103 IN-STATE:SEMINARS,PROF GA - - - - - na800 800 -$ 0.0%1295 57301 DUES:PROFESSNL ORGANIZATN 175 - 175 - 117 0.0%300 300 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL HARBORMASTER OPERATING EXPENSE 71,287$ 71,748$ 54,313$ 36,665$ 65,783$ (12.7%)81,750$ 83,750$ 2,000$ 2%27295 WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER27295 41602 2002 BOAT EXCISE TAX (49) (13) (50) - (37) 1.3%- - -$ na27295 41603 2003 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (87) - - (29) na- - -$ na27295 41604 2004 BOAT EXCISE TAX (19) (107) (12) - (46) (19.1%)- - -$ na27295 41605 2005 BOAT EXCISE TAX (10) (42) (27) - (26) 62.8%- - -$ na27295 41606 2006 BOAT EXCISE TAX (10) (19) (27) (8) (19) 62.8%- - -$ na27295 41607 2007 BOAT EXCISE TAX (90) (167) (93) (46) (116) 1.9%- - -$ na27295 41608 2008 BOAT EXCISE TAX (82) (156) (58) (47) (98) (15.7%)- - -$ na27295 41609 2009 BOAT EXCISE TAX (268) (290) (59) (19) (206) (52.9%)- - -$ na27295 41610 2010 BOAT EXCISE TAX (119) (241) (61) (19) (140) (28.1%)- - -$ na27295 41611 2011 BOAT EXCISE TAX (236) (258) (128) (19) (207) (26.3%)- - -$ na27295 41612 2012 BOAT EXCISE TAX (866) (1,990) (62) (20) (972) (73.3%)- - -$ na27295 41613 2013 BOAT EXCISE TAX - (2,403) (271) (24) (891) na- - -$ na27295 41614 2014 BOAT EXCISE TAX (32,103) (34,109) (926) (97) (22,379) (83.0%)- - -$ na27295 41615 2015 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - (34,462) (393) (11,487) na- - -$ na27295 41616 2016 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - (20,134) - na- - -$ na27295 41617 2017 BOAT EXCISE TAX - - - - - na(34,000) - 34,000$ (100.0%)27295 xxxxx2018 BOAT EXCISE TAX- - - na- (34,000) (34,000)$ na27295 43603 MARINE MOORING RENTALS (104,734) (75,100) (75,220) (80,070) (85,018) (15.3%)(75,000) (77,101) (2,101)$ 2.8%40 TOWN OF NANTUCKETHARBORMASTERFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION3-YEAR ACTUALCOMPOUNDBUDGET BUDGETFY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017SIMPLE ANNUAL FY2017FY2018$ Inc/(Decr) % Inc/(Decr)ACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSACTUALSAVERAGE GROWTH RATEBUDGETBUDGET FY18/FY17 FY18/FY17YTD27295 43614 MARINE MOORING PERMITS(161,828) (211,583) (236,295) (161,895) (203,235) 20.8%(212,000) (212,000) -$ 0.0%27295 48400 MISC REVENUE (4,073) - - - (1,358) (100.0%)- - -$ na27295 49701 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND - - - - - na- - -$ naSUBTOTAL WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVENUE (304,486)$ (326,562)$ (347,752)$ (262,789)$ (326,266)$ 6.9%(321,000)$ (323,101)$ 2,101$ 1%27295 51100 SALARY PERMANENT 518 648 37 - 401 (73.4%)31,200 31,200 -$ 0.0%27295 51300 OVERTIME - 252 - - 84 na- - -$ na27295 51319 OVERTIME:SEASONAL - - - - - na6,500 6,500 -$ 0.0%27295 51701 INS PREM:MEDICAL BLUE CROSS - - - - - na- - -$ na27295 51961 MEDICARE P/R TAX 8 13 1 - 7 (74.3%)500 500 -$ 0.0%27295 52405 REP&MAINT:EQUIPMENT 75,881 99,336 122,025 15,627 99,081 26.8%127,635 100,000 (27,635)$ (21.7%)27295 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 17,590 42,723 65,423 569 41,912 92.9%175,000 25,000 (150,000)$ (85.7%)27295 53110 PROF SERVICES- WATER QUALITY 769 - - - 256 (100.0%)1,500 1,500 -$ 0.0%27295 54101 ENERGY: GAS & DIESEL - 170 133 2,174 101 na10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%27295 54206ADD: NEW EQUIP- 4,300 - - 1,433 na10,000 10,000 -$ 0.0%SUBTOTAL WATERWAYS IMPROVEMENT REVOLVER (209,720)$ (179,120)$ (160,134)$ (244,419)$ (182,991)$ (12.6%)41,335$ (138,401)$ (179,736)$ (435%)VARIANCE FUNDED BY UNRESERVED FUND BAL-$ -$ na(177,000)$ -$ TOTAL WATERWAYS IMRPOVEMENT REVOLVER(209,720)$ (179,120)$ (160,134)$ (244,419)$ (182,991)$ (12.6%)(135,665)$ (138,401)$ 27297 LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER27297 48400 MISC REVENUE (14,025) (12,045) (15,010) (9,310) (13,693) 3.5%(25,000) (15,000) 10,000$ (40.0%)SUBTOTAL LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER REVENUE (14,025)$ (12,045)$ (15,010)$ (9,310)$ (13,693)$ 3.5%(25,000)$ (15,000)$ (10,000)$ (40%)27297 52101 UTILITY:ELECTRICITY 1,188 1,538 1,716 1,395 1,481 20.2%3,000 3,000 -$ 0.0%27297 52104 UTILITY:PROPANE 186 117 89 154 131 (30.8%)600 600 -$ 0.0%27297 52105 UTILITY:WATER 398 500 1,607 210 835 101.0%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%27297 52106 UTILITY:SEWER 564 802 548 292 638 (1.4%)1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%27297 52410 REP&MAINT:GENERAL 4,825 3,582 2,234 1,575 3,547 (32.0%)18,400 18,400 -$ 0.0%27297 53100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,846 4,461 8,251 3,389 4,853 111.4%1,000 1,000 -$ 0.0%TOTAL LIFEGUARD HOUSING REVOLVER (5,018)$ (1,045)$ (565)$ (2,296)$ (2,209)$ (66.5%)-$ 10,000$ 10,000$ na41 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet Police DepartmentORG: 01210Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time Police34Full-time Admin/Clerical7Part-time Admin/Clerical 0Seasonal 0Temporary 0Vacancies 2New Positions Requested 1TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS 44Name PositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOther / Contract AcademyTotal byEmployeePITTMAN, W. Chief 40.00 PO01 CONTRACT 10/12/17 160,300 0 20,040 0 0 0 180,340GIBSON, C. Deputy Chief 40.00 PO03 D-240 Mos. 06/28/18 141,700 9,290 42,510 1,560 0 0 195,060ADAMS, J. Lieutenant 40.00 PO06 Lt-240 Mos. 11/10/17 131,100 5,780 13,110 0 0 400 150,390MACVICAR, A. Lieutenant 40.00 PO06 Lt-240 Mos. 10/12/17 131,100 6,900 6,560 0 0 400 144,960CLINGER, T. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-240 Mos. 01/30/18 97,300 2,960 4,870 0 0 400 105,530MACK, D. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-240 Mos. 06/12/18 97,300 5,370 9,730 0 0 400 112,800FURTADO, D. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos. 06/08/18 92,800 4,100 9,280 0 0 400 106,580COAKLEY, B. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos. 06/05/18 92,900 3,730 0 0 0 400 97,030RAY, T. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos. 06/04/18 92,900 4,100 9,290 0 0 400 106,690CHRETIEN, J. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-180 Mos. 05/13/18 93,000 4,110 9,300 0 0 400 106,810MARSHALL, K. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-120 Mos. 01/13/18 93,800 2,970 4,690 0 0 400 101,860MAULDIN, J. Sergeant 40.00 PO20 Sgt-120 Mos. 01/24/18 93,700 3,050 7,500 0 0 400 104,650ROCKETT, J. Sergeant 40.00 PO10 Sgt-60 Mos. 11/27/17 90,900 3,010 9,090 0 0 400 103,400GALE, S. Officer 40.00 PO20 120 Mos. 09/19/17 75,600 3,800 0 0 0 400 79,800MUHR, J. Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos. 10/15/17 77,900 3,910 0 0 0 400 82,210MACK, J. Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos. 02/01/18 77,900 4,300 7,790 0 0 400 90,390MANSFIELD, K. Officer 40.00 PO20 240 Mos. 06/12/18 76,100 4,460 7,610 0 0 5,400 93,570CARNEVALE, C. Officer 40.00 PO20 180 Mos. 06/15/18 76,100 4,010 3,800 0 0 400 84,310HOLLIS, R. Officer40.00 PO10 Sgt-60 Mos. 06/01/1874,3002,240000 400 76,940MORNEAU, B.Officer40.00 PO20 120 Mos. 01/24/1875,0002,490 7,50000 400 85,390MASTRIANO, M.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.09/15/1761,0001,250 1,20000 400 63,850COOK, M.Officer40.00 PO20 60 Mos.06/01/1870,9001,460 1,60000 400 74,360MASON,J.Officer40.00 PO20 60 Mos.06/04/1870,9001,450 1,20000 400 73,950KELLY, C.Officer40.00 PO20 36 Mos.06/10/1867,5001,380 1,20000 400 70,480THOMPSON, C.Officer40.00 PO20 48 Mos.04/25/1867,9001,390 1,28000 400 70,970WITHERELL, D.Officer40.00 PO20 48 Mos.03/12/1868,3001,400 1,20000 400 71,300HAGERTY, J.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.06/06/1861,8000 1,20000 400 63,400SCHWENK, A.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.06/06/1861,8000 1,20000 400 63,400FLYNN, J.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.05/30/1862,3000 1,20000 400 63,900ALEO, J.Officer40.00 PO20 12 Mos.12/29/1760,4000 1,20000 400 62,000COYNE, Z.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.06/02/1861,9000 1,20000 400 63,500GIRARD, D.Officer40.00 PO20 12 Mos.12/29/1760,8000000 400 61,200JACKSON, BOfficer40.00 PO20 12 Mos.06/02/1860,0000000 400 60,40042 NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOther / Contract AcademyTotal byEmployeeWATKINS, D.Officer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.06/03/1861,9000 1,20000 400 63,500VACANT - fundedOfficer40.00 PO20 36 Mos.02/01/1863,8000 1,20000 400 65,400VACANT - fundedOfficer40.00 PO20 24 Mos.02/01/1863,8000 1,20000 400 65,400CLINGER, S.Records Clerk37.50 PO50 S3 Step 9 02/11/1879,0004,0300 1,5600 0 84,590BAXTER, A.Admin. Licensing40.00 PO07 Non-Union 08/31/1770,8000000 0 70,800FRONZUTO,D.Emergency Management 40.00 MA01 Contract07/06/17125,4000000 0 125,400ERICHSEN, J.IT Administrator35.00 PINF SC Step 9 08/03/17105,7003,590000 0 109,290TOVET,CAdministrative Asstnt. 40.00 MA20 S2 Step 8 04/21/1875,4002,28005200 0 78,200DAVIS,M.Administrative Asstnt. 40.00 PO50 S1 Step 7 06/17/1873,3001,470000 0 74,770CIARMATARO, A.Office Admin40.00 PO41 S1 Step 1 05/02/1855,8000000 0 55,800NEW SRO OFFICER - RequestedOfficer40.00 PO20 12 Mos.06/03/1856,29556,2953,608,400Total Salary, Permanent: Shift Coverage125,000- 100,200208,6003,640185,00054,000155,0004,439,84064,4004,504,240TotalTotal Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)Salary SubtotalMedicare (enter on Munis 51961)Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)43 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet ORG: 01295Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time2Part-time0Seasonal50Temporary0Vacancies (Approved to fill)2New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS54NamePositionHours Per ContractJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/17(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOtherTotal byEmployeeLUCEY, S HARBORMASTER37.50 MA06 SC Step 806/04/18103,500 3,10000 2,6000 109,200VITTORINI, B.ASST HARBORMASTER40.00 MA02 SA Step 106/05/1869,60000000 69,600VACANT - fundedASST HARBORMASTER40.00 MA02 SA Step 107/01/1762,60000000 62,600Paid from Beach Revolver(62,600)00000 (62,600)VACANT - fundedBEACH MAINTAINOR37.50 0.00 SA Step 107/01/1755,600000 2,6000 58,200SEASONAL - (3)SEASONAL ASST HARBORMASTER(S) 40 HRS / 15 WKSTW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A37,10000000 37,100SEASONAL - (QTY 1) SEASONAL LEAD DOCK WORKERS 40HRS / 26 WKSTW Article 7N/A37,10000000 37,100SEASONAL - (3) SEASONAL DOCK WORKER40 HRS / 15 WKS MA85 TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A33,30000000 33,300SEASONAL - (37) SEASONAL LIFEGUARDS40 HRS / 15 WKS PRLF TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A321,90000000 321,900SEASONAL - (4) LONG SEASONAL LIFEGUARDS41 HRS / 15 WKS PRLF TW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A51,50000000 51,500SEASONAL - (2) SEASONAL LIFEGUARD SUPERVISOR 40 HRS / 15 WKSTW Article 7, 4TH Season N/A24,00000000 24,000Total Prorated Salary (enter on Munis 51100)228,700Total Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)504,900Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)3,100Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)0Total Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)0Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)5,200Total Other Pay (enter on Munis line where appropriate)0Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)0Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)15,000Overtime, Seasonal (enter on Munis 514xx)0Salary Subtotal756,900Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)11,000Total Personnel Services 767,900Harbormaster44 FY 2018 Personnel Spreadsheet Centralized DispatchORG: 01212Number of Positions in DepartmentFull-time10Part-time1Seasonal0Temporary0Vacancies0New Positions Requested0TOTAL OF ALL POSITIONS11NamePositionAvg Hours Per WeekJob CodeClass & Step as of 6/30/16(e.g., B -Step 3)FY2018 Anniversary DateFY2018 ProjectedSalaryLongevityPayEducationPayCertificationPayHolidayPayOther / Contract AcademyTotal byEmployeeBURNS, M. Comm Superv 37.50 PO30 SB Step 6 10/18/17 90,500 4,520 0 0 0 0 95,020NORRIS, J. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 7 05/26/18 66,800 1,340 0 0 0 0 68,140SMITH, M. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 7 04/25/18 66,900 2,010 0 0 0 0 68,910EGER-ANDERSEN,T. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 6 06/18/18 64,700 1,290 0 0 0 0 65,990CONSIDINE, P. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 06/09/18 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700MOREIRA,J. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 12/16/17 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700KEVER, ERA Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 08/18/17 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700HAINEY, P. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 06/10/18 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700PEREZ, W. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 04/19/18 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700REYNOLDS, C. Dispatcher 40.00 PO45 S1 Step 1 04/19/18 55,700 0 0 0 0 0 55,700GOMES, C. - Funding Requested Dispatcher PER DIEM PO41 Non-Union 04/19/18 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 25,000623,100009,1600037,7207,82026,230704,03010,200714,230Total Education (enter on Munis 516xx)Total Salary (enter on Munis 51100)Total Salary, Permanent: Shift CoverageTotal Seasonal Salary (enter on Munis 51xxx)Total Longevity (enter on Munis 51700)Medicare (enter on Munis 51961)TotalTotal Certification Pay (enter on Munis 51551)Total Holiday Pay (enter on Munis 518xx)Shift Differential (enter on Munis 513xx)Overtime (enter on Munis 514xx)Salary Subtotal45