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2018 Adopted Annual Operating & Capital Improvement Budget

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

COMMUNITY OUTREACH Expenditure Detail 2016 Audited Actuals 2017 Amended Budget 2018 Adopted Budget % Change Personnel Regular Wages $ 81,453 $ 87,061 $ 87,676 0.71% Longevity Service Award 1,385 1,450 1,500 3.45% Social Security 4,964 5,304 5,289 -0.28% Medicare 1,161 1,241 1,237 -0.32% Workers Compensation 99 132 115 -12.88% Retirement Contributions 6,491 6,965 3,592 -48.43% Medical Insurance 16,110 15,214 16,687 9.68% Dental Insurance 818 818 818 0.00% Life/AD&D Insurance 282 314 285 -9.24% Disability Insurance 250 270 254 -5.93% Total Personnel 113,013 118,769 117,453 -1.11% Purchased Services Professional Services 36,211 138,000 93,553 -32.21% Contracted Services 5,709 6,500 8,400 29.23% Repair/Maintenance Services - 1,000 3,500 250.00% Postage/Shipping Services 30,857 25,000 25,000 0.00% Printing/Publication Services 110,469 126,600 122,600 -3.16% Training/Education 2,451 6,285 3,450 -45.11% Dues/Memberships 2,392 1,980 2,135 7.83% Mileage/Travel 227 300 300 0.00% Total Purchased Services 188,316 305,665 258,938 -15.29% Supplies/Non-Capital Equipment Office Supplies 275 500 500 0.00% Operating Supplies 991 1,000 1,000 0.00% Non-Capital Equipment - - 2,000 100.00% Total Supplies/Non-Capital Equipment 1,266 1,500 3,500 133.33% Capital Outlay Capital Equipment - 60,000 - -100.00% Total Capital Outlay - 60,000 - -100.00% Total Expenditures $ 302,595 $ 485,934 $ 379,891 -21.82% Variance Justification Purchased Services (-$46,727): Professional Services (-$44,467): Removal of one-time funding for the purchase of new equipment, software, installation and upgrading of GVTV Channel 8 to HD and cost increases to other services which offset the reduction 56

CITY ATTORNEY Statement of Purpose The City Attorney provides day-to-day legal advice to the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, staff, and all Boards and Commissions on ethical matters, ordinances and regulations, contracts, land use, litigation and a wide range of other legal issues including taxation, water, employment, and zoning, and is responsible for the prosecution of cases in Municipal Court. Description The City Attorney Department is comprised of two attorneys, the City Attorney and the Assistant City Attorney. The City Attorney advises the Mayor and City Council, Boards and Commissions, prepares or reviews all ordinances, resolutions and contracts, advises all departments and the City Manager, and oversees private law firms retained to assist the City with specialized legal matters. The Assistant City Attorney prosecutes traffic, zoning, tax and animal control cases and other violations of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code in Municipal Court. The Assistant City Attorney also handles liquor code enforcement before the Local Licensing Authority, serves as the Police Legal Advisor for the Greenwood Village Police Department, and is responsible for the legal training and update of police recruits and all current Police Department employees. Organizational Chart City Attorney Assistant City Attorney 57