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Report
FY 2014-2015 RECOMMENDED BUDGET
July 10, 2014
Overview
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FY 2014-2015 Recommended Budget
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The General Revenue Budget

The Budget Over Time
FY 2014-15 Recommended Budget
Fact Sheet
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 The recommended budget of $1,003,743,884 represents a reduction of $8.6
million from the current FY 2013-2014 budget
 The aggregate operating millage rate is proposed at 6.9571, a 1.37% decrease
below the FY 2013-14 aggregate operating millage rate
 Most tax rates are set to Charter maximums as approved by the voters of
Brevard County

Those tax rates that were previously approved by the voters are set
within the Voter approved limits
Charter Cap
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The Board shall not impose any ad valorem tax for county
purposes or within any municipal services taxing unit, or district
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At a millage rate which causes the budgeted revenue to
increase over the budgeted ad valorem revenue for the
previous fiscal year
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By more than the lesser of: (1) three percent, or (2) the
change CPI

Excluding revenue change associated with new
construction
FY 2014-15 Recommended Budget
Fact Sheet
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 General Government Operating Revenues increase overall by $5,911,799.
 General Government Expenditures increase by $7,910,145:
Increase transfers to Charter Officers, $5,256,552 (offset by the Animal
Services reduction: $2,291,291)
Increased CRA Payments (including NBEDZ), $3,451,826
Increase transfers to Court Operations, $503,873
Increase Expenses to support State Mandates, $374,144
Increase to General Fund support of Employer Health Insurance, $615,041
FY 2014-15 Recommended Budget
Fact Sheet
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 Animal Services is transferred to the BCSO
 Service levels have been maintained
 Country Acres closure
 Elimination of First Responder funding
 The budget includes no merit or COLA salary increases for BOCC employees
 The County’s Health Insurance rates for FY 2014-15 have increased by 14%
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THE FY 2014-2015
RECOMMENDED BUDGET
FY 2014-15 Recommended Budget
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Expenditure
Categories
Current Budget
Fiscal Year 2013-14
Recommended
Budget Fiscal Year
2014-15
Operating Expenses
$419,596,362
$409,216,757
($10,379,605)
Capital
$159,262,981
$134,991,228
($24,271,753)
-2.47%
15.24%
Debt Service
$33,713,343
$32,372,202
($1,341,141)
-3.98%
Transfers
$164,183,439
$172,546,270
$8,362,831
5.09%
Reserves
$235,556,781
$254,617,427
$19,060,646
8.09%
$1,012,312,906
$1,003,743,884
($8,569,022)
-0.85%
Total Budget
$ Change
%
Change
Adopted Budget – FY 06-07
through FY 14-15:
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$1,300
$1,100
Millions
$900
$700
$500
$300
$100
-$100
06-07
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
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Brevard County Population – 2006
through 2014
600,000
550,000
500,000
450,000
400,000
2006 2007
2008 2009
2010 2011
2012
2013
2014
Brevard County Board Department
Staffing Level and County Population
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12
Adopted Budget/per Capita –
FY 06-07 through FY 14-15
$2,500
$2,000
$1,500
$1,000
$500
$0
06-07
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
Series1
13-14
14-15
THE FY 2014-2015 RECOMMENDED
BUDGET: $1,003,743,884
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THE FY 2014-2015 REC. BUDGET:
Operating Revenue: $579,036,087
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Restricted Uses of Revenue
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Other General Fund
Emergency Mgmt
Parks & Rec
Public Works
Capital Projects
Emergency Mgmt
Facilities
Parks & Rec
Special Revenue
Debt Service
Courts
Parks & Rec General Gov't
Fire Rescue
Planning
Parks & Rec
Grants
Public Works
Housing
Sheriff's Office
Libraries
Tourism
Natural Resources Mgmt
Enterprise
Golf Courses
TICO
Melbourne-Tillman Transit Svcs
Solid Waste
Utilities
Internal
Info Syst
Risk Mgmt
Group Health
Declining Budgeted Operating Property
Taxes FY 07 to FY 15 ($ in Millions)
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Tax District
Budgeted
FY 06/07
Proposed Budget
FY 14/15
Difference
General Fund
$150.96
$131.17
($19.79)
Library
$21.60
$16.15
($5.45)
Mosquito Control
$7.07
$5.80
($1.27)
Fire Control MSTU
(Voted)
$11.59
$10.78
($0.81)
Law Enforcement MSTU
$14.26
$16.86
$2.60
Road & Bridge MSTUs
$5.44
$4.67
($0.77)
Parks & Rec. Districts
$17.35
$7.92
($9.43)
EELS (Voted)
$3.42
$1.57
($1.85)
TOTAL
$231.70
$194.93
($36.77)
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THE FY 2014-2015 GENERAL
REVENUE BUDGET
THE FY 2014-2015 BUDGET: General
Gov’t Operating Revenue: $179,790,441
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General Revenue Supports
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The Sheriff’s Office
Unfunded Mandates
Parks and Recreation
Fire Rescue/Emergency Medical Services
Facilities
Property Appraiser
Tax Collector
Public Works
Housing and Human Services
Courts
More than $161 Million
Unfunded Mandates:
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Medicaid
$6,931,310
Baker Act
$1,748,507
Pre-trial Detention of Juveniles
$1,414,718
Medical Examiner
$1,355,653
Comprehensive Plan
$982,307
Legal Aid
$256,500
Other
$394,400
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That Leaves About $19 Million To
Support:
More then 150 additional programs and services within:
 Asset Management
 Budget Office
 Clerk of Courts Board Finance and Board Minutes
 Code Enforcement
 County Attorney
 County Commissioners
 County Manager’s Office
 General Fund Debt Payments
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That Leaves About $19 Million To
Support:
 Human Resource
 Information Technology
 Natural Resources Management
 Planning and Zoning
 Purchasing Services
 UF Extension Services
 Site Plan and Subdivision Review
 SCGTV
Budget Challenges
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•Merit and Cost of Living Pay Raises
•Deferred Road Maintenance and Capacity
•Facilities Improvements and Repairs
•Health Insurance Increases
•Technology Improvements
•General Fund Reserve Investment
Next Steps
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• July 22nd - Tentative Millage Hearing
• August 12th – Melbourne Tillman Rate Hearing
• September 9th – 1st Budget Hearing
• September 23rd – Final Budget Hearing
FY07 Actual vs. FY15 Recomm
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FY 2006-2007
Adopted Budget
FY 2014-2015
Assigned
Recommended Budget
Operating Expenses
$457,956,422 $407,609,849
$409,216,757
Capital
$244,123,552 $119,756,589
$134,991,228
Debt Service
$56,407,192
$32,372,202
Transfers
$175,921,069 $184,325,771
$172,546,270
Reserves
$232,026,846
$254,617,427
Total
Total w/o Reserves
$50,279,881
N/A
$1,160,307,770 $768,099,401
$928,280,924 $768,099,401
$1,003,743,884
$749,126,457

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