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<br />1 ROLL CALL <br /> <br /> <br />f: <br />/1 <br />(. I- <br />'J, J') -. 'hI <br />P ~qp' <br />\.0\ <br /> <br />1 <br /> <br />25 :0007 <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARCADIA <br /> <br />ADJOURNED REGULAR MEETING <br /> <br />APRIL 26, 1980 <br /> <br />The City Council of the City of Arcadia met in an adjourned regular <br />session on Saturday April 26, 1980 at 8 a.m. in the Arcadia City <br />Hall Conference Room. Purpose of this meeting was to review portions <br />of the 1980-81 Budget. <br /> <br />PRESENT: <br />ABSENT : <br /> <br />Councilmen Dring, Gilb, Haltom, Saelid, Pellegrino <br />None <br /> <br />Items covered at this session were as follows: <br /> <br />FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM. This Program ends September 30, 1980, <br />and reenactment is dependent on approval by Congress. If the City is <br />entitled to funds under a new program the adoption of a budget for the <br />period from October 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981 would follow new regula- <br />tions. This Program must be audited. <br /> <br />CAPITAL INPROVEMENT PROJECTS PROGRAM 1980-81 <br /> <br />Indicating estimated funds available and revenues. This report also <br />includes projects previously authorized but not yet started. <br /> <br />COUNTY GAS TAX BUDGET 1980-81 <br /> <br />Indicating revenue and the proposed use thereof. This is allocated to <br />the City from County Aid to Cities funds for maintenance and construc- <br />tion of approved Select System of Streets. <br /> <br />PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES FUND BUDGET <br /> <br />Estimated funds available and proposed projects. The Arcadia Municipal <br />Code provides that Park and Recreational Facilities Fund shall be used <br />for the acquisition, improvement or maintenance of public parks or play- <br />grounds, or the equipment thereof. <br /> <br />SEWER SYSTEM SERVICE FUND <br /> <br />Estimated funds available and proposed use thereof. Ordinance 1640 <br />levies a service charge on all residential and commercial properties <br />that have a sewer connection. The charge i~ 50~ per month on residen- <br />tial or residential units and $2 per month for other premises. <br /> <br />Ordinance No. 1642 levies a charge on all residential and commercial <br />properties receiving street sweeping service. The charge is computed <br />on the lineal feet of street frontage and frequency of service. <br /> <br />STATE GAS TAX FUND Estimated Funds and proposed projects along with <br />projects previously budgeted but not commenced. The revenues of the <br />Gas Tax Fund are derived from the City's share of State Gasoline Taxes <br />allocated to the City pursuant to the California Streets and Highways <br />Code. The proposed improvement projects are included in the 5-year <br />Capital Program. <br /> <br />WATER FUND FINANCIAL PROJECTION <br /> <br />Revenues, Expenditures and Cumulative Fund Balances were indicated. <br />Operating expenses do not include provision for a proposed 50% Edison <br />rate increase. It is anticipated that a 20% water rate increase may <br /> <br />-1- <br /> <br />4-26-80 <br />